November 26, 2007 14:32

The Verve to reissue album

The set also features a bonus DVD

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The Verve are to re-release their 2004 compilation 'This Is Music: The Singles 92-98'.

The CD will also come with a bonus DVD featuring all the band’s videos, the first time the two items have been packaged together.

The set is out on December 3.

The tracklisting is as follows:

CD

'This Is Music'
'Slide Away'
'Lucky Man'
'History'
'She's A Superstar'
'On Your Own'
'Blue'
'Sonnet'
'All In The Mind'
'The Drugs Don't Work'
'Gravity Grave'
'Bitter Sweet Symphony'
'This Could Be My Moment'
'Monte Carlo'


DVD

'This Is Music'
'Slide Away'
'Lucky Man'
'History'
'She's A Superstar'
'On Your Own'
'Blue'
'Sonnet'
'All In The Mind'
'The Drugs Don't Work'
'Gravity Grave'
'Bitter Sweet Symphony'
'Lucky Man (US Version)'
'This Could Be My Moment'
'Monte Carlo'


The band, who launched their comeback with live shows last month, play the following venues before Christmas:

Nottingham Arena (December 11)
London O2 Arena (12)
Glasgow SECC (15)
Belfast Odyssey (17)
Manchester Central (20/21)


All shows are sold out.


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