Fever To Tell, the 2003 breakout album from the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, is getting a vinyl reissue. A really, really chunky one.
Reissue of the goddamned century? The Yeah Yeah Yeahs have announced a Fever To Tell box set, packed with so much goodness it’s just ridiculous.
“A friend of a friend kept asking if we were ever gonna put Fever To Tell out on vinyl as it hasn’t been on vinyl in 10 years. That’s not right,” the band said in a statement.
“So here it is on vinyl for the first time in 10 years plus a time capsule of photos, demos (1st ever recorded), a mini film documenting our near downfall and other fun memorabilia, from the turn of the century NYC, made with love + the usual blood, sweat + tears of Yeah Yeah Yeahs.”
Limited to 2,000 copies, the pack includes the remastered Fever to Tell on 180-gram vinyl, nine unheard demos and eight B-sides and rarities. Also included are a 164-page hardbound book filled with Nick Zinner’s personal photos of the band as well as Karen O’s notes.
The Limited Edition will also feature an embroidered iron-on patch, sticker, a champagne cork USB stick that houses 29 audio tracks and “90+ minutes of video content including 26 minutes of unreleased, unseen behind-the-scenes footage from 2003 UK tour, live performances, 2 fan films and 4 music videos.”
The box set is wrapped in red fishnet stockings. Fucking hell.