Nettwerk Wraps Up 30th Anniversary Year With Limited Edition Vinyl Reissues
November 20, 2015 BY Nettwerk
Nettwerk wraps up a year of celebrating its 30th anniversary with the release of four influential albums from the label’s catalogue for the first time on vinyl, starting today with Delerium’s Karma, MC 900 Ft Jesus’ Welcome To My Dream and Single Gun Theory’s millions, like stars in my hands, the daggers in my heart rage war. Next Friday, November 27 (Black Friday), sees the release of Trespassers William’s Different Stars.
Karma is the 1997 breakthrough album from Canadian alt-pop legends Delerium, and the follow up to their 1995 debut album Semantic Spaces, featuring the hit single “Silence” with Sarah McLachlan on vocals. The deluxe coke-bottle green colored vinyl also includes a download card with bonus remixes.
Welcome To My Dream from multi-instrumentalist/songwriter MC 900 Ft Jesus (Mark Griffin) was released in 1991 and has since earned a cult reputation as one of the pioneering works of hip-hop, funk and jazz-fusion. The vinyl includes an exclusive download card featuring rare, previously unreleased demos and bonus remixes.
Single Gun Theory’s groundbreaking album millions, like stars in my hands, the daggers in my heart wage war (1991) fused Indian, Turkish and South-East Asian sounds with early 90s electronica and dream pop vocals, bringing international prominence to this Australian trio. The vinyl includes a download card with three bonus remixes.
Record Store Day will bring Trespassers William’s critically lauded album Different Stars to vinyl for the first time. Known for their shoegazey sound, Different Stars perfectly blends the ethereal lushness of its multi-layered, dreamy soundscape with infectious, deeply affecting soulful poetry. This Black Friday exclusive double vinyl also features a download card with a bonus dance mix “Stars on Different Stars.”