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Demon Records issue new wave of special vinyl editions

Deacon Blue's Raintown is one of many special limited vinyl issues in July

Deacon Blue’s Raintown is one of many special limited vinyl issues in July

Demon Records, the new vinyl-only imprint from Demon Music Group, are set to delve into their broad catalogue for some more special – and very limited – vinyl releases.

Titles issued in July 2013 include Sugar‘s Beaster (limited to 500 copies), a picture disc of Saxon‘s Dogs Of War (750 copies) and The Beat‘s Wha’ppen (750 copies). 

Fans will also be clamouring for some special coloured vinyl sets, including Deacon Blue‘s classic Raintown on transparent blue vinyl (1000 copies), and Ian McCulloch‘s recent Holy Ghost album across a triple transparent yellow vinyl set (500 copies – a What Records exclusive).

All releases come with a download code to obtain an MP3 versions of the songs and most are pressed on 180g heavyweight vinyl.

Foghat: ‘Fool For The City’ (500 copies)
UK Pre-order: Fool For The City – Vinyl [VINYL]

Sugar:  ‘Beaster’ (500 copies)
UK Pre-order: Beaster – Vinyl [VINYL]

Saxon: Dogs Of War’ Picture Disc (750 copies)
UK Pre-order: Dogs Of War – Picture Disc Vinyl

Ian McCulloch: ‘Holy Ghosts’ 3LP yellow vinyl (500 copies)
What Records Exclusive

Deacon Blue: ‘The Hipsters’  Transparent yellow vinyl (1000 copies)
UK Pre-order: The Hipsters – Vinyl

Deacon Blue: ‘Raintown’ (1000 copies)
UK Pre-order: Raintown – Vinyl

Deacon Blue: ‘When The World Knows Your Name’ (1000 copies)
UK Pre-order: When The World Knows Your Name – Vinyl

The Beat: ‘Wha’ppen?’ (500 copies) 
UK Pre-order: Wha’Ppen – Vinyl

Jim Croce: ‘I Got A Name’ (500 copies)
UK Pre-order: I Got A Name – Vinyl

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3 responses to Demon Records issue new wave of special vinyl editions

  1. Joao Costa says:

    Suede’s first three albums, why not?

    • Diego says:

      Visionary. They are releasing every album in vinyl, separately, except for the last one, of course. Amazon preorder. Release date: February 17th.

  2. Mike F says:

    It’s got to be said that the Raintown blue vinyl does not sound as good as the cheap black edition that was released about 25 years ago.

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