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The Chemical Brothers Share Tracks From Surrender Reissue
Christian Eede , October 2nd, 2019 00:30

The duo will reissue 'Surrender' next month to mark its 20th anniversary

The Chemical Brothers have shared two previously unreleased mixes of their hit 'Hey Boy Hey Girl' which will feature on their forthcoming 20th anniversary deluxe reissue of 1999 album Surrender.

The reissue was first announced earlier in the summer, but the duo have now followed its announcement with full details of what will be featured.

The deluxe versions of the reissue will come in three-CD and four-LP sets, each including a DVD, a book and prints. The CD version will feature the entire album remastered, as well as five of their Secret Psychedelic remixes and some rarities and unreleased tunes that the pair have picked out themselves. The DVD will include a number of music videos as well as footage from their set at Glastonbury in 2000.

Universal will release the 20th anniversary reissue of Surrender on November 22. In addition to a new remix of 'Hey Boy Hey Girl' by KiNK, the pair have also shared a newly-discovered Secret Psychedelic version of the track which you can hear above.

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