CLICK HERE TO BUY IT.
• Deluxe Boxset: A deluxe boxset will be available solely from The Verve's Official Store. This version will consist of a double heavyweight gatefold LP vinyl (containing two bonus tracks not on the CD version of the album), limited edition CD & DVD edition of the album, and an exclusive memorabilia tour book.
• CD & DVD Package: Available from play.com for £8.95 Delivered: A special CD and DVD package, featuring an exclusive band documentary and live footage from The Verve's headlining appearance at Coachella in May 2008, packaged in a case bound tour book.
• Heavyweight LP: Available exclusively from The Verve's Official Store: LP includes 2 tracks not featured on the CD or CD/DVD albums.
• Original CD Album: You can also buy the standard CD album FROM The Verve's Official Store.
• Digital Download:
Itunes: If you pre-order the album from itunes you'll receive 'Judas' as soon as you place your order, as well as exclusive live versions of 'Lucky Man' live from Coachella 2008 and 'A New Decade' live from Glastonbury 2008.
7 Digital: Album Of The Week: 'Forth' is available at a special price of £5 until the end of next week.
• Original CD Album: Available from Amazon for $7.99.
• Digital Download:Available for $9.99 from itunes, people buying from here will receive a bonus track ‘Mama Soul’ and an exclusive documentary feature.
THE VERVE PICTURE SPAM
::can now die happy that the verve have a new album out::
which album do you prefer?
nino rojo OR smokey rolls down thunder mountain
I'm playing at the Patchogue Theatre's "Live in the Lobby" series on Thursday Nov 1st.
The Patchogue Theatre is this awesome beautiful old theatre that has been restored and reclaimed by a not-for-profit arts organization... And Live in the Lobby features local acoustic acts every month. It's pretty cool... Here's a flier with details:
<3 Thanks for reading.
Can anyone recommend any Long Island-based bands that are more in the alternative/indie/post-punk/dreampop type vein? You know, maybe ones that sound more like Interpol or Arcade Fire as opposed to the more common emo/pop-punk stuff? Most bands I know like this that have LI roots (mine, or Aeroplane Pageant or Slowlands) seem to now be based in Brooklyn. Anyway, we've been offered shows out here but we need to find more bands to put on the bill...