Elvis Costello to reissue extras-laden ‘This Year’s Model’

The new wave classic includes b-sides and a live set

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Elvis Costello’s 1978 album ‘This Year’s Model’ is to reissued, boasting a treasure trove of extras, including b-sides and a live set.

The release, originally produced by Nick Lowe, will now feature 11 extra b-sides and unreleased studio takes, including a live version of “Neat Neat Neat” and a never-before-heard take of “This Year’s Girl”.

The second disc of the release contains all 17 songs performed by Costello and The Attractions at Washington’s Warner Theatre in February 1978.

The complete tracklisting is as follows:

Disc One

“No Action”
“This Year’s Girl”
“The Beat”
“Pump It Up”
“Little Triggers”
“You Belong to Me”
“Hand In Hand”
“(I Don’t Want To Go To) Chelsea”
“Lip Service”
“Living In Paradise”
“Lipstick Vogue”
“Night Rally”
“Radio, Radio”
“Big Tears”
“Crawling to the USA”
“Tiny Steps”
“Running Out Of Angels” (demo version)
“Greenshirt” (demo version)
“Big Boys” (demo version)
“Neat Neat Neat” (live)
“Roadette Song” (live)
“This Year’s Girl” (alternate Eden Studios version)
“(I Don’t Want to Go to) Chelsea” (alternate
Basing Street Studios version)

Disc Two

“Pump It Up”
“Waiting For the End of the World”
“No Action”
“Less Than Zero”
“The Beat”
“(The Angels Wanna Wear My) Red Shoes”
“(I Don’t Want to Go To) Chelsea”
“Hand In Hand”
“Little Triggers”
“Radio, Radio”
“You Belong to Me”
“Lipstick Vogue”
“Watching the Detectives”
“Mystery Dance”
“Miracle Man”
“Blame It on Cain”
“Chemistry Class”

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