The Verve – vinyl and deluxe CD reissues of A Northern Soul & A Storm In Heaven – out today

Now rightfully acknowledged as classics these ’90s albums from the Verve were fairly underground releases at the time. Now’s your chance to relive them with deluxe, remastered and expanded CD reissues plus 180g vinyl, all due for release today. If you’re looking for original Verve related CDs and vinyl be sure to visit eil.com to see what we currently have in stock, here’s our current Top 3, see more here

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THE VERVE Gravity Grave: 1992 UK 3-track 12″ vinyl single taken from their eponymous EP. Includes ‘Endless Life’ plus a live version of ‘A Man Called Sun’, recorded at the Clapham Grand in July 1992. The picture sleeve & vinyl appear near mint, more info here
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THE VERVE Forth: 2008 US exclusive limited edition set, comprised of 12-track 2-LP pressed on 140gram Vinyl, including the single ‘Love Is Noise’ alongside exclusive vinyl bonus recordings ‘Ma Ma Soul’ and ‘Muhammad Ali’,plus CD version of the entire album, plus bonus NTSC DVD featuring ‘Space & Time: The Verve Documentary’ and live performances from Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival, California in April 2008; the LP is packaged in a gatefold sleeve, while CD and DVD are presented in card wallet sleeves – the set is then housed in a deluxe sealed 12½” x 12½” box [skillfully rendered to give the appearance of an old, worn tape box – this is NOT damaged, it’s been made to look like this!!] with 12″ x 12″ 16-page memorabilia booklet and fold-out poster! More info here
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VERVE Singles: Complete set of FOUR 1998 UK limited edition 12” singles comprising Sonnet, Lucky Man, The Drugs Don’t Work and Bitter Sweet Symphony, with a total of sixteen songs. Each part is in its respective picture sleeve and allare housed in a title/tracklisting mailer envelope outer pack. The sleeves have minimal wear & all vinyl remains in near ‘as new’ condition with little sign of play, more info here

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