Paul McCartney to re-release Wings albums 'Venus and Mars' and 'At The Speed of Sound'

The remastered records will come out on September 22

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Paul McCartney is to re-release Wings albums 'Venus And Mars' and 'At The Speed of Sound'.

The reissues will come out on September 22 as part of the Paul McCartney Archive Collection, following similar reissues of 'Band On The Run', 'McCartney', 'McCartney II', 'Ram' and 'Wings Over America'. The albums will come out in a two-disc standard edition and three-disc deluxe edition, complete with extra material, a book featuring unpublished photographs and new interviews with McCartney.

The 'Venus And Mars' tracklisting is:

CD 1 – Remastered Album
Venus And Mars
Rock Show
Love In Song
You Gave Me The Answer
Magneto And Titanium Man
Letting Go
Venus and Mars – Reprise
Spirits Of Ancient Egypt
Medicine Jar
Call Me Back Again
Listen To What The Man Said
Treat Her Gently/Lonely Old People
Crossroads

CD 2 – Bonus Audio
Junior’s Farm
Sally G
Walking In The Park With Eloise
Bridge On The River Suite
My Carnival
Going To New Orleans (My Carnival)
Hey Diddle [Ernie Winfrey Mix]
Let’s Love
Soily [from One Hand Clapping]
Baby Face [from One Hand Clapping]
Lunch Box/Odd Sox
4th Of July
Rock Show [Old Version]
Letting Go [Single Edit]

DVD – Bonus Film
Recording My Carnival
Bon Voyageur
Wings At Elstree
Venus And Mars TV Ad

The 'At the Speed of Sound' tracklisting is:

CD 1 – Remastered Album
Let 'Em In
The Note You Never Wrote
She’s My Baby
Beware My Love
Wino Junko
Silly Love Songs
Cook Of The House
Time To Hide
Must Do Something About It
San Ferry Anne
Warm And Beautiful

CD 2 – Bonus Audio
Silly Love Songs [Demo]
She’s My Baby [Demo]
Message To Joe
Beware My Love [John Bonham Version]
Must Do Something About It [Paul’s Version]
Let ‘Em In [Demo]
Warm And Beautiful [Instrumental Demo]

DVD – Bonus Film
Silly Love Songs Music Video
Wings Over Wembley
Wings In Venice

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