Recoil Blu-ray 'A strange hour in Budapest' sells out in record time - new 'Red edition' made availablePosted on 02/06/12
Fresh news from the Recoil and Alfa Matrix camp. As it seems, there was a huge rush for the limited deluxe version Blu-ray of Recoil's 'A Strange Hour In Budapest' and as a result all of the 1000 copies have sold out in record time. In a press message the Alfa Matrix label says: "It took Alan Wilder and us all by surprise as it had only been available on-line for (not even) 24 hours."
If you missed the ordering frenzy, there's good news as well. The label has announced that they a second, more standard edition will be manufactured. You can already pre-order that one. This new 'Red edition' will have a slightly simpler packaging - no digipack but instead a classic black case with alternative cover art, including the 16-page booklet packed with information and photo manipulations by Ákos Szénási. The disc contents will be exactly the same, featuring extra promotional films and live projections.
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Posted by B. Van Isacker
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