September 15, 2011 15:19

Frank Turner's record label announces plans to replace records destroyed in Sony warehouse fire

Fans are being invited to pledge what they want to see replenished

Frank Turner's record label announces plans to replace records destroyed in Sony warehouse fire

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Frank Turner's record label have announced plans to replenish stock which went up in flames following the Sony warehouse fire during the UK riots.

Xtra Mile Recordings have joined forces with PledgeMusic to launch a new campaign which invites fans to tell them what records they would like to see replaced.

The move comes after much of the label's new releases, limited editions and back catalogue were destroyed in the Sony DADC Warehouse fire that housed indie distributor PIAS.

A list of items available for pre-order come in 3 variations standard CD or LP, signed CD or LP or signed CD or LP with a hand-written thank you note from the band/act.
They include Frank Turner's 'Sleep Is For The Week' 12 inch vinyl, his 'Take The Road' DVD plus an exclusive 'F**k The Fire' t-shirt designed by the singer, and tickets to an Xtra Mile night at London's Borderline on October 19, featuring an array of their artists.

For more information go to Pledgemusic.com.

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