Robert Wyatt To Release All Albums As A Box Set

Domino records gather all of his solo tracks

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Robert Wyatt‘s entire solo career is to be released as a box set by Domino records on August 3.

The former Soft Machine member’s nine albums to date are to be issued with a three-track EP which came out in ’98.

The collected album’s are:

‘Rock Bottom’ (1974)
‘Ruth Is Stranger Than Richard’ (1975)
‘Nothing Can Stop Us’ (1981)
‘Old Rottenhat’ (1985)
‘Dondestan Revisited’ (1991/1998)
‘Shleep’ (1997)
‘EPS’ (1998)
‘Cuckooland’ (2003)
‘Robert Wyatt & friends, Theatre Royal Drury Lane 8th September 1974’ (2005)
‘Comicopera’ (2007)


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