Out in a limited edition of 200 copies is the reissue of the Plastique Noire album “Dead Pop”. “Dead Pop” was the first ever official Plastique Noir album, deleted since way back in 2012, and it is finally receiving a new edition, specially destined to all those who never succeeded to get a hold of it, due to the limitation of it’s first release.
Initially released in 2007 in digital format, and in 2008 on CD, this Plastique Noire album was a milestone in the discography of this Brazilian goth rock band. Fifteen years later, Wave Records finally brings this legendary album back in a luxurious vinyl edition (and on CD), both filled with photos and texts that revive the spirit of a time when Plastique Noir was just beginning a promising career.
The Vinyl Edition contains 12 of the originally 13 album tracks. The CD re-release comes with some unreleased extras, excluded from the original track list and dug up from the band’s archives to finally be recorded on CD, namely: “Morphine Days”, “Sleeping Masquerade”, “Voidwalker” and “Orbitals” (the latter being an original composition by the late former Plastique Noire keyboardist Max Bernardo). As a bonus, this new edition also features a live version of “Those who walk by the Night”, recorded – technical difficulties on stage included – during the 2007 edition of the DoSol Festival in Natal, Brazil.
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