Fans of the iconic outfit will now get the chance to get their hands on fourteen classic albums from down the years like they’ve never heard before.
Each album has been remastered with the overseeing of former Bad Seed and founding member, Mick Harvey, and all the album artwork, right down to the printed inner sleeve reflect the original releases.
The campaign, which is following on from BMG’s acquisition of the band’s Mute Records catalogue is being handled and promoted by PIAS. BMG Director of Masters and Product Management Didier Dehauteur said “The Bad Seeds catalogue is a precious piece of rock history. We are determined to deliver a set of reissues which genuinely pay tribute to a seminal band.
The following six titles already have release dates throughout February and March; The Good Son, Henry’s dream, Let love in, Murder ballads, The boatman’s call, No more shall we part. With the following 8 still to receive confirmed dates.
A full list of upcoming releases can be found below.
Henry’s Dream – LPSEEDS7 – Single LP 9th Feb (Original release 27th April 1992)
Let Love In – LPSEEDS8 – Single LP 16th Feb (Original release 18th April 1994)
Murder Ballads – LPSEEDS9 –Double LP 16th Feb (Original release 5th Feb 1996)
The Boatman’s Call – LPSEEDS10 – Single LP 9th March (Original release 3rd March 1997)
No More Shall We Part – LPSEEDS11 – Double Vinyl 16th Feb (Original release 2nd April 2001)
From Her To Eternity – LPSEEDS1 – Single LP (Original released 18th June 1984)
The Firstborn Is Dead – LPSEEDS2 – Single LP (Original release 3rd June 1985)
Kicking Against The Pricks – LPSEEDS3 -Single LP (Original release 18th Aug 1986)
Your Funeral… My Trial – LPSEEDS4 – Double Vinyl (Original release 3rd Nov 1986)
Tender Prey – LPSEEDS5 – Single LP 15th Dec (Original release 19th Sept 1988)
Nocturama – LPSEEDS12 – Double Vinyl (Original release 3rd Feb 2003)
Abattoir Blues/The Lyre Of Orpheus – LPSEEDS13 – Double Vinyl (Original release 20th Sept 2004)
DIG, LAZARUS, DIG!!! – LPSEEDS14 – Double Vinyl (Original released 3rd March 2008)