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Ryan Adams Announces Monstrous Live Boxset

by Andrew Tijs on June 14, 2012

in New Music,News

Prolific alt-country lad Ryan Adams is about to release a 15-disc, 144-song vinyl boxset (with 74 digital bonus tracks).

Ryan Adams. photo by Ros O'Gorman

Ryan Adams. Photo by Ros O'Gorman.

Nutty. Ryan Adams published a photo on his Facebook yesterday of what looked like a boxset titled Live After Deaf with the caption “This Will Not Be Repressed”.

Now there’s follow-up news… that is will be a monstrous limited edition boxset featuring 144 live acoustic renditions over 15 vinyl records, as well as a download card that will give you all the vinyl tracks and an extra 74 songs. That’s crazy. 218 live songs. It’ll all be wrapped up in a heavyweight cloth box.

The Live After Deaf boxset will be in “super duper” limited numbers and is only available through his PAX AM Records website from 1:30pm tomorrow, Friday 15 June. Good luck, Adams obsessives.

Check him out performing ‘Lucky Now’ live on Jools Holland below.



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