Click Click back catalogue soon available via iTunes and other download platformsPosted on 09/07/08
Click Click's back catalogue will soon be available again, this time via various download platforms including iTunes and related. The material will come in remastered versions and will also include the early catalogue along with an extensive virtual booklet containing the history, interviews and all things Click Click. On a side note the band is not the only EBM band which seems to be in trouble with Pias as the band says that "they've given up trying to contact Pias to determine the whereabouts of the original master tapes". They have instead done the deal with Dependent to remaster and re-release digital downloads of some of the early catalogue. More news at myspace.com/clickclickmusic , click-click.eu and youtube.com .
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Posted by: DarkVince on Jul 09, 08 | 11:27 pm
Too bad it's all about digital download...I think Click Click deserves a special multi CD packaging...Just like the F242 new release.
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