Greetings chemical brothers, sisters & siblings,
The wait is finally over and The Chemical Brothers’ classic second album, 1997’s Dig Your Own Hole is reissued today. This 25th anniversary edition is available digitally, on CD or as a very limited run of 1,997 numbered vinyl cut across three 12”s.
The limited editions each contain five unreleased bonus tracks from the original Dig recording sessions, the fifth of which is “Where Do I Begin (Alt Mix) 15/6/96” featuring Beth Orton.
All formats also include a demo of Elektrobank, and other previously unreleased recordings Cylinders and alternate mixes of album tracks It Doesn’t Matter, and Don’t Stop The Rock (here titled I Love Tekno).
As a special bonus, a live recording from the Dig Your Own Hole tour is available digitally today on streaming and download platforms. Live From Lowlands Festival 1997 features:
• Loops Of Fury
• Not Another Drugstore
• Block Rockin’ Beats
• Leave Home
• Song To The Siren
• Three Little Birdies Down Beats
• It Doesn’t Matter
• Don’t Stop The Rock
• Playground For A Wedgeless Firm
• Dig Your Own Hole
• Setting Sun
• Chemical Beats
• Hey Boy Hey Girl
Dig deeper into the history of the classic album by visiting the new micro site:
The Chemical Brothers have signed and donated the first vinyl copy of the record (numbered 0001) to War Child.
By entering the Prize Draw, you are helping War Child UK support the unfolding crisis in Ukraine, as well as places like Afghanistan and Yemen, where millions of children are still in desperate need of protection from war and conflict.
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