Classic Pavement album for deluxe treatment

'Brighten The Corners' set for reissue

Classic Pavement album for deluxe treatment
Pavement's classic album 'Brighten The Corners' is set for a deluxe reissue.

The indie legends' fourth studio album, originally released 1997, is the latest in the series of the band's albums to get the special treatment from record label Domino. The label reissue an LP by the band every two years.

'Brighten The Corners: Nicene Creedence Edition' will be released on November 28, spanning 41 tracks over two CDs.

As well as a remastered version of the original album, bonus material includes B-sides and compilation tracks from that period in the band's career, plus unreleased live and studio tracks and a 62-page bound companion book.

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