Celluloide opens video archive and releases an unreleased version of 'Seven and Forever'Posted on 09/07/13
Celluloide recently found a few video live recordings in a dark corner of the Synthélabo. Among them was a totally unreleased version of "Seven and Forever" taken from the album "Naïve Heart". You can watch the video below.
In related news, every year on Bastille Day (July 14) BOREDOMproduct (the label of Celluloide) makes its own revolution as they launch the assault and cut the head off prices. For one day only they abolish the regular prices on the complete BOREDOMproduct catalog on their webstore, including of course their most recent releases and limited editions. Albums will be at 10,99 € instead of 15 € for France and Europe, and 15,99 € instead of 20 € for the rest of the world.
So make sure to check the site on July 14!
Posted by B. Van Isacker
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