Latest round of The Kinks reissues confirmed

Legendary British guitar group The Kinks are to re-release three classic albums in a brand new double CD deluxe format on June 13th, following the re-issue of their first three albums in March.

Featuring rarities, outtakes, demos, session tracks and in depth liner notes Arthur (Or the Decline and Fall of the British Empire) (1969), Face to Face (1966) and Something’ Else (1967) will be released on June 13th, while Ray Davies’ Meltdown is in full swing on London’s South Bank.

These 2-CD expanded editions come with deluxe packaging containing Mono and Stereo mixes as well as BBC sessions and short interviews, all re-mastered from original tapes by well-known Kinks archivist Andrew Sandoval. The CD booklets were designed by award winning art director Phil Smee and comes packed with rare and unreleased images.

These releases follow March’s re-issue of Kinks (1964), Kinda Kinks (1965) and The Kink Kontroversey (1965).

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