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A Victim Of Stars, 1982-2012


front (picture by Yuka Fujii
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Label info: EMI CDVD3097

Date: February 29, 2012

Type: CD

Copyright: EMI


Release info:: UK & European 2 CD Compilation in Digipak.

℗ 2012. The Copyright in this compilation is owned by Virgin Records Ltd. © 2012 Virgin Records Ltd.

Made in the EU.


New compilation released on Februari 29th 2012.


Note: Album was renamed from A Victim Of Stars, 1981-2011  into A Victim Of Stars, 1982-2012 during the announcement period.

Reviews of this release can be found here.


A Victim Of Stars 1982-2012 brings together the last 30 years of David Sylvian's solo career, encompassing material released with Virgin Records, along with more recent work released on his own label Samadhisound, including a new recording 'Where's Your Gravity?' which is exclusive to this compilation.

The package comes as a trifold double disc set with insert. Note that Ghosts is the remixed version released in 2000 from the 'Everything and Nothing' Compilation, however 'Remix' is not mentioned on the CD, packaging nor folded track sheet.

Credits:

    Art Direction – Yuka Fujii
    Design – Chris Bigg
    Executive producer - Jason Day
    Management by Opium (Arts) Ltd.
    Mastered by Tony Cousins
    Original cover photography by Yuka Fujii

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Note by Kevin: the US edition is not simply an import of the UK/European pressing. The label info on the back cover has Virgin's US address, the spine has the "Music from EMI" logo, and a sticker on the back reads: "Assembled in US; disc made in Mexico."

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