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In an interview in today's Beat, Richard Lowenstein said that he is preparing a DVD version of Dogs In Space. It's about time too; I wonder what extra features it will have (commentary tracks would be the obvious ones).

Meanwhile, Neil Halstead said here that there may be rereleases of the Slowdive back-catalogue, and possibly some of the many unreleased tracks (you know, the ones that have been floating around the file-sharing networks for some time). I concur with slowdive.co.uk; I'd like to see a box set and/or a DVD.

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On January 27th, 2004 09:02 pm (UTC), fact244 commented:
Interesting...

That Mojave3 album is a gem, one of my faves from last year. Shame they can't tour to support it as much as they'd like.
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On January 28th, 2004 01:09 am (UTC), reddragdiva commented:
Perhaps they could rerelease the fecking SOUNDTRACK ALBUM.
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On January 28th, 2004 01:21 am (UTC), kineticfactory replied:
I managed to find a pre-used vinyl copy for A$70 at Collector's Corner last year, mostly for the liner notes. I've got a few of the key tracks in slightly dubious-sounding MP3 format from back when Napster was around. Though I'd like a pristine digitally-remastered CD copy.

Was the original ever released on CD, or was it vinyl-only? (How expensive was it to get CDs made in 1986?)
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On January 28th, 2004 01:27 am (UTC), reddragdiva replied:
I'm pretty sure it was vinyl-only - Chase Records went bust very soon after (having not put out any releases that sold in any appreciable quantities).
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