miércoles, 28 de marzo de 2018




Paul to Reissue Four Catalogue Titles

 Paul to Reissue Four Catalogue Titles
Chaos And Creation In The Backyard
Wings Greatest
On 18th May, Paul will release four 2018 edition catalogue reissues via MPL/Capitol:
NEW, Chaos and Creation in the Backyard, Wings Greatest and Thrillington.
All four titles will be issued in affordable single CD digipak and 180gram black vinyl single LP formats and will be made available for the first time in limited edition 180gram color vinyl pressings. All vinyl LPs will include a download card.
The titles and corresponding limited edition vinyl colours are as follows:
NEW - PINK - Click HERE!
Chaos and Creation in the Backyard - GOLD - Click HERE!
Wings Greatest - BLUE - Click HERE!
Thrillington - MARBLED - Click HERE!
Upon its release in 2013, NEW was lauded by Rolling Stone as "energized and full of joyous rock & roll invention." Produced by Giles Martin and also featuring production by Mark Ronson, Ethan Johns and Paul Epworth, NEW entered the U.S. chart at #3. The album scored positive reviews from Entertainment Weekly to Pitchfork and all points in between, while the title track, 'Queenie Eye' and 'Save Us' would become staples of the McCartney live show over the course of the 'Out There' and 'One On One' world tours. NEW's 2018 edition will feature the first vinyl pressing of the album since its 2013 release, including a limited edition pink vinyl 180gram vinyl LP with download card and 12x12" insert.
Released in 2005, Chaos and Creation in the Backyard was instantly hailed as continuing a hot streak that included 'Flaming Pie', 'Run Devil Run' and 'Driving Rain'. Produced by Nigel Godrich (Radiohead, Beck) and featuring the singles 'Fine Line' and the Grammy-winning 'Jenny Wren', 'Chaos And Creation'… debuted at #6 on the Billboard chart. It remained on the charts for nearly half a year, while Paul mounted the massive 'US' Tour. In 2007, 'Jenny Wren' won the Grammy for Best Male Pop Vocal Performance, while the album was nominated in three other categories including Album of the Year. The 2018 edition of Chaos and Creation in the Backyard will make the album available on vinyl for the first time since its initial run and will include a limited edition gold vinyl 180gram vinyl LP with download card and 12x12" insert.
Originally released in 1978, Wings Greatest was the first ever compilation of Paul's post-Beatles hits, featuring four classics that had previously been unavailable on any McCartney album: 'Another Day', 'Junior's Farm' 'Hi, Hi, Hi' and 'Mull of Kintyre.' The penultimate Wings album release, Wings Greatest was naturally a worldwide hit, and the soundtrack to the 70s for a generation. As part of its 2018 edition reissue, Wings Greatest will be available as a limited edition blue vinyl 180gram vinyl LP with download card and 20"x30" poster.
Recorded in 1971 but not released until 1977, Thrillington remains one of the most enigmatic entries in the storied McCartney discography. Credited to the pseudonym Percy "Thrills" Thrillington, a fictitious socialite whose activities were chronicled in UK newspaper ads, Thrillington was actually a fully reimagined instrumental lounge/jazz version of Paul and Linda's RAM. With Thrillington's 2018 edition, Percy is given a new lease on life with this collector's item available on vinyl for the first time since the 1977 first pressings that fetch hefty sums on the collectors' market, plus a limited edition red/black marbled 180gram vinyl LP with download card.

Every release is supervised by Paul himself, who oversees all aspects of each and every title

March 28 2018

Two of Paul McCartney's most recent records, along with one of his most obscure efforts and a Wings compilation, will be included in his next batch of albums to be reissued. New, Chaos and Creation in the Backyard, Thrillington and Wings Greatest will be re-released on CD and vinyl on May 18.
Thrillington is the one that will likely have the most appeal to collectors. In 1971, McCartney produced a lounge-jazz instrumental version of his newly released Ram LP. But he formed Wings shortly after completing the record and decided to shelve it until 1977. He used the pseudonym Percy "Thrills" Thrillington and created a backstory in the liner notes (written by McCartney under the name "Clint Harrigan") about a U.K. socialite who was friends with McCartney. The former Beatle even took out newspaper ads that chronicled Thrills' adventures. It was believed at the time that McCartney was behind Thrillington, but he didn't admit his role until 1989.
McCartney played most of the instruments on 2005's Chaos and Creation in the Backyard, but found him ceding the producer's chair for the first time since 1984 to Radiohead and Beck collaborator Nigel Godrich. New is McCartney's most recent album; it arrived in 2013 and featured four producers, Paul Epworth, Mark Ronson, Ethan Johns and Giles Martin. Wings Greatest originally came out in 1978 and marked the first album appearances of singles "Another Day," "Junior's Farm," "Hi, Hi, Hi" and "Mull of Kintyre."
In addition to CD and 180g black vinyl editions, all four reissues will be available on limited-edition colored vinyl: New (pink), Chaos and Creation in the Backyard (gold), Wings Greatest (blue) and Thrillington (red-and-black marbled). You can find pre-order links at McCartney's website.

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