Ride have announced new reissues of their early albums and EPs to mark the 30th anniversary of their debut album.
The Oxford group, who formed in 1988, are set to re-release their seminal first album ‘Nowhere’ (1990) and its follow-up ‘Going Blank Again’ (1992) on November 4 via Wichita Recordings.
Per a press release, the former will be pressed on on blue vinyl with a gatefold sleeve and embossed artwork; the latter, meanwhile, is available on double orange vinyl, also with a gatefold sleeve.
Additionally, fans will be able to get their hands on Ride’s first four EPs – ‘Ride’, ‘Play’, ‘Fall’, and ‘Today Forever’ – on a new double white vinyl compilation called ‘4 EPs’. It’ll come with a 16-page booklet featuring archive photos and an essay by Sonic Cathedral’s Nathaniel Cramp.
All the original audio has been reworked and refined, with the upcoming reissues also available on CD and streaming services. You can pre-order/pre-save them here and see the preview image below.
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