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Chris Carter To Release Early Work Boxset
Michael Appouh , October 11th, 2018 14:16

Chris Carter shares a Radiophonic Workshop remix of one of his tracks

Chris Carter has shared the details of a new box set of his early work, assembling mastered versions of his first solo albums.

The Throbbing Gristle, Chris & Cosey and Carter Tutti Void founding member will release his early albums, alongside unreleased recordings from 1973 to 1977, in limited edition.

1000 copies of the vinyl set Miscellany will be available from November 30, each containing 6 vinyls with a 24-page 12” sized booklet featuring rare and unseen images, synthesiser schematics and ephemera from Chris Carter’s archive. Albums Disobedient and Small Moon will also be available on vinyl for the first time.

He has also shared a Radiophonic Workshop remix of track ‘Blissters’, taken from his upcoming EP Chemistry Lessons Volume 1.1 Coursework, out October 19, which you can hear above.

In light of the collaboration, Carter explained, “To say I felt honoured the Radiophonic Workshop wanted to remix one of my tracks would be an understatement - they are so highly regarded in the field of electronic music and have been such an influence on my work. But when I heard it I was blown away... it's everything I thought it would be and more.”

The Miscellany Box Set will contain 4-CDs and a 24-page booklet. Each edition will contain the following solo albums:

Mondo Beat (1985) – clear vinyl

Disobedient (1998) – double purple vinyl, includes new track 'Disobedient Redux'

Small Moon (1999) – double white vinyl, includes new track 'Small Moon Redux'

Archival Recordings 1973 to 1977 – blue vinyl – previously unreleased

To pre-order the Miscellany boxset, click here.

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