Published Sep 26, 2017Yeah Yeah Yeahs hinted yesterday (September 25) that their 2003 debut album Fever to Tell would be getting the reissue treatment, and now details for the release have been revealed. The reissue is out October 20 via Interscope/UMe.
The standard edition will feature the remastered LP on black 180-gram vinyl, as well as five newspaper lyric posters that feature photos by Nick Zinner, Spike Jonze, Lance Bangs, Julian Gross, Patrick Daughters and Cintamani Calise.
A limited-edition deluxe box (restricted to 2,000 copies) will arrive numbered, signed by the band and wrapped in fishnet stockings. The 2-LP deluxe version features the remastered original album, as well as an additional nine demo tracks, eight B-sides and other rarities.
It also includes 16 notebook pages from frontwoman Karen O, a 164-page hardcover book of guitarist Nick Zinner's photography, an iron-on patch and a collectible sticker.
If that's not enough for you to celebrate, it also comes with a 8GB champagne cork-shaped USB key loaded with 102 minutes of video content, as well as a digital copy of the vinyl content. Amongst that video content is a new documentary titled There Is No Modern Romance, comprising tour footage from 2003, as well as interviews by Lance Bangs and Spike Jonze, video singles, and a live recording of a San Francisco show.
The first 500 fans to purchase the deluxe edition box will also receive four unreleased demos on a cassette (one of which is — as suspected — "Phone Jam").
See the complete tracklisting and massive list of special features, and pre-order the elaborate set here.
Ahead of the reissue's arrival, the Yeah Yeah Yeahs have unveiled another previously unreleased track called "Shake It." Give it a listen below.