Published Oct 24, 2017We haven't got a new Tom Waits album in years, but we will be getting a series of reissues. Waits' entire series of albums for Anti-, starting with 1999's Mule Variations and going all the way to 2011's Bad As Me, will all be reissued and remastered.
Waits and his wife Kathleen Brennan have reissued the albums themselves, with all of the records being reissued on both CD and 180-gram vinyl. This includes a "new, remixed" version of 2004's Real Gone.
The reissue campaign kicks off on November 10 with Bad As Me. On November 24, Real Gone will then arrive, along with 2002's Alice and Blood Money.
On December 1, the 2009 live album Glitter and Doom Live will be reissued, and Mule Variations will then come on December 15. Waits' 2006 comp Orphans: Brawlers, Bawlers & Bastards is planned to come out later in 2018.
You can pre-order the reissues here.
Waits' last proper album remains 2011's Bad As Me.
Thanks to Consequence of Sound for the heads-up.