Unwound Discography Remaster

2013-02-03 by thecheatisnotdead | 20 Comments
Iconic--yet often overlooked--experimental hardcore act Unwound has teamed with the Numero Group in plans to reissue the group's entire seven-album discography in remastered and expanded form. The project is currently set to commence in Autumn of 2013, though its frequency and ultimate span have not yet been determined.

More details on the release(s) can be found at the following:

http://www.avclub.com/articles/washington-postpunk-act-unwound-to-get-numero-grou,91732/

http://pitchfork.com/news/49346-numero-to-reissue-unwounds-complete-recordings/

Tagged: Unwound

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MadKungFu
February 3rd 2013
385 Comments


cool

GringoSuave89
February 3rd 2013
1119 Comments


:'D

4N4LB34D5
February 3rd 2013
356 Comments


FUCK i was just about to buy a bunch of their albums!! guess i'll wait till the fall now. i can't fucking wait to hear how good they're going to sound

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joshuatree
Emeritus
February 3rd 2013
3741 Comments


hopefully they sound tight but i cant imagine how ltiy can sound much better

4N4LB34D5
February 3rd 2013
356 Comments


i haven't heard that one yet, can't find a high enough quality rip anywhere. maybe i'll just buy it now since it sounds like there won't be much of a difference from the remastered version

Zeneren
February 3rd 2013
975 Comments


awesome news

Jellingman
February 3rd 2013
357 Comments


Cool band

Gwyn.
February 3rd 2013
17076 Comments


fuuuuck yes leaves turn inside you is amaziiiing

Spare
February 3rd 2013
5567 Comments


these records do not need remastering

Zeneren
February 3rd 2013
975 Comments


but they need reissuing...

ethixx
February 3rd 2013
1170 Comments


these records do not need remastering

porch
February 3rd 2013
8460 Comments


numero group have a good track record so i doubt they'd fuck this up

iarescientists
February 3rd 2013
5865 Comments


gonna buy the fuck out of this shit

Raccoonology
February 3rd 2013
25 Comments


fuck a remaster i need a REISSUE OF EVERY ALBUM

Damus
February 3rd 2013
562 Comments


Yeah they don't need to be remastered but I'd be content to get my hands on any vinyl copy of Leaves Turn Inside You.

wacknizzle
February 3rd 2013
14520 Comments


Fucking fuck yea

"they don't need to be remastered but I'd be content to get my hands on any vinyl copy of Leaves Turn Inside You." [2]

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artificialbox
February 3rd 2013
628 Comments


Stoked for this. I'll probably end up buying them all unless I stumble across one at a record store or
something which is highly unlikely.

MaskAtTheMasquerade
February 4th 2013
2888 Comments


th1s is g00d

danielito19
February 4th 2013
11930 Comments


Yeah they don't need to be remastered but I'd be content to get my hands on any vinyl copy of Leaves Turn Inside You.[3]

bodiesinflight57
February 5th 2013
870 Comments


Want on vinyl.



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