As usual, the Super Deluxe Edition site has provided one of the most comprehensive unboxing videos of Flaming Pie, the new Paul McCartney Archive Collection release.
It is shown in all its variations and in all its glory, from the humble 2 CD through to the mammoth (and expensive) Collector’s Edition.
Check it out here:
Paul McCartney has confirmed that his 2013 album New will be reissued (again) on CD and DVD.
This time around it’ll be as a special three disc collector’s set on October 28, exactly 12 months on from its original release date.
This ‘new’ edition of New will be a 2CD+DVD set. It comes in hardback book packaging. The first CD repeats the deluxe edition of 2013 with 14 tracks plus the ‘hidden’ track “Scared”.
The second audio disc will contain “Struggle” – previously a Japanese-only bonus track – plus two brand new previously unreleased tracks from the album sessions: “Hell To Pay” and “Demons Dance”. Four live tracks from McCartney’s Tokyo Dome gig in 2013 complete this CD.
The final disc is a DVD that is effectively an expanded version of the video disc that came as part of the 2014 Japan Tour Edition of New (although it doesn’t include everything from it) which was issued in the Far East earlier this year. Like that, this DVD includes the ‘Something New’ documentary (47 minutes) and the “Queenie Eye” video. New to this collector’s edition are the videos for “Save Us”, “Appreciate” and “Early Days” along with various ‘making of’ clips. Curiously the ‘lyric video’ for the New single which was on the Japanese Tour Edition appears to be absent here.
A significant section on this new DVD is devoted to Paul’s various ‘pop up’ promo appearances on both sides of the Atlantic, including London and New York, as well as live spots at the iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Vegas and two concerts in one day at BBC’s Maida Vale Studios. The total running time of this DVD amounts to nearly two hours.
The New Collector’s Edition will be released on October 28, 2014. Looks like it will have all blue cover: