Heaven 17 / The Luxury Gap Expanded 2CD+DVD Deluxe Edition

Heaven17 / The Luxury Gap 2CD+DVD deluxe edition

Heaven 17‘s second album The Luxury Gap will be reissued in similar fashion to debut Penthouse and Pavement back in 2010, with a three-disc deluxe edition scheduled for 22nd October.

A bonus CD of remixes will sit alongside a DVD of promo videos and live performances from 2009. The packaging will be the familiar ‘lift-off lid’ box used for many EMI deluxe editions, most recently the two-CD version of the Pet Shop Boys’ Elysium. Expect postcards and a booklet within.

PRE-ORDER The Luxury Gap 2CD+DVD deluxe edition

Track listing

CD 1

  • 1. Crushed By The Wheels Of Industry
  • 2. Who’ll Stop The Rain
  • 3. Let Me Go
  • 4. Key To The World
  • 5. Temptation
  • 6. Come Live With Me
  • 7. Lady Ice And Mr Hex
  • 8. We Live So Fast
  • 9. The Best Kept Secret

CD 2

  • 1. Let Me Go (Extended Mix)
  • 2. Temptation (Extended Mix)
  • 3. Who’ll Stop The Rain (Extended Mix)
  • 4. We Live So Fast (Extended Mix)
  • 5. Come Live With Me (Extended Mix)
  • 6. Crushed By The Wheels Of Industry – Parts 1 & 2
  • 7. Let Me Go (Instrumental)
  • 8. Crushed By The Wheels Of Industry (Extended Dance Version)
  • 9. Temptation – Brothers In Rhythm Remix


Promo Videos

  • 1. Let Me Go
  • 2. Temptation
  • 3. We Live So Fast
  • 4. Come Live With Me
  • 5. Crushed By The Wheels Of Industry

Night Of The Proms – Hannover 16/12/09

  • 6. Temptation
  • 7. Come Live With Me
  • 8. The Best Kept Secret / Let Me Go

4 responses to Heaven 17 / The Luxury Gap Expanded 2CD+DVD Deluxe Edition

  1. Neil says:

    I suppose the only good thing is it’s only £7.99 to preorder from Play.

  2. Phil says:

    A great disappointment after the exemplary PENTHOUSE & PAVEMENT box set. Where are the demos? Rare tracks? DVD documentary about the making of the album?

    Probably too late for a Swing Out Sister-type reconsideration, so this will surely go down as a missed opportunity.

  3. Neil says:

    There is one track on this that has never appeared on CD before Let Me Go (Instrumental) the rest are easily obtainable. I bet they also use the 2006 remaster for the main album in the same way they did with the recent P&P box set. Yet again Song With No Name (New Version) has been ignored.

  4. Mar Mixa says:

    Isn’t practically all of this stuff more or less available already? The (excellent) 2006 version contained most of these bonus tracks, the popular re-released version is available on the Sight & Sound CD+DVD plus all the promos. More would be needed to justify this release.

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