Erasure prepare new albumPosted on 30/04/09
The duo Andy Bell and Vince Clark are working on a new Erasure album while Andy Bell is also preparing a new solo endeavour. And Erasure being somewhat the guinea pigs for Mute when it comes to experimenting (the LiveHereNow concert series, fanclub CD and DVD releases, ...) have now offered the opportunity to their fans to give some input on what YOU, the fan, want to see in a limited edition of a new Erasure album. Here's what you can vote for:
- 5:1 Audio Mixes?
- Unreleased or Archive Material?
- Deluxe Packaging?
- New Remixes?
- DVD/Visual Elements?
- Anything else you'd like to see?
Posted by B. Van Isacker
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