Sleevenotes: September’s vinyl news

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Bauhaus release The Bela Session via Leaving Records on 23rd November. The 5 track EP features tracks recorded at the band’s very first studio session.

1. “Bela Lugosi’s Dead” – 9:36
2. “Some Faces” – 2:29 – previously unreleased
3. “Bite My Hip”–  2:57 – previously unreleased yet later reworked, re-recorded, and released as “Lagartija Nick” in 1983
4. “Harry” – 2:56 – later released as a b-side in 1982
5. “Boys (Original)” – 3:03 – previously unreleased, later re-recorded and released as the b-side of “Bela Lugosi’s Dead”

The vinyl comes in standard black and a limited white edition. Retailer Vinyl Me, Please will also have a red edition.

Nick Cave and Warren Ellis‘ soundtrack to 2005 film The Proposition is re-released on 2 November in a gold vinyl edition.

I Am Kurious Oranj by The Fall is being reissued for its 30th anniversary by Beggars Arkive on 12th October. Pressed on orange vinyl, the album comes with a replica of the original ballet program from the performances at Sadler Wells Theatre.

Julia Holter returns with Aviary on 26th October via Domino Records. It will be available to pre-order via the label as an exclusive deluxe LP (2x heavyweight clear vinyl, photo print and booklet), indie-exclusive LP (2x heavyweight clear vinyl and booklet), standard LP (2x heavyweight black vinyl and booklet) alongside double CD (with booklet) and digital editions.

Mary Lou Lord‘s major label debut Got No Shadow is re-issued via Fire on 26 October, including on a limited purple vinyl edition.

Megadeth‘s Rust In Peace gets a translucent blue vinyl re-issue on 28th September.

Rude Rebels, the new album from Neville & Sugary Staple, is released by Cleopatra on 28 September. A special edition comes on clear vinyl with black and white spatter.

To coincide with Southern Lord’s 20th anniversary, the label are reissuing three albums from Wolves In The Throne Room: Two Hunters, Black Cascade and Celestial Lineage. Each special reissue will be available on silver vinyl via Southern Lord. Black vinyl editions will also be available, and the band are offering various bundles and autographed editions.

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