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This 50th Anniversary edition comprises 4 CDs and a multi-region Blu Ray disc and features a newly remastered original stereo mix of the album along with and additional two CDs featuring a previously unreleased concert recorded at the Stadthalle, Munster, Germany in January 1974 and stunning new 5.1 Surround Sound and Stereo mixes of the album from the original multi track tapes. Also included on the Blu ray disc are the original 1973 Quad mix and additional video content comprising of the rare 'Remember the Future' promotional film, the film of 'Wings' shown on BBC TVs Old Grey Whistle Test and a live performance of 'Desolation Valley / Waves' for the same TV show. First released in November 1973, the album was a conceptual piece comprising a musical cycle divided into two parts and was recorded at Chipping Norton Studios in England. 'Remember the Future' became the band's most successful album, being a chart hit in Germany, but also reaching number 13 on the US Billboard charts without the band having ever touring America. It was a pivotal album for the band and broke them to a wider audience and remains one of Nektar's most well-known and highly regarded works.
This 50th Anniversary edition comprises 4 CDs and a multi-region Blu Ray disc and features a newly remastered original stereo mix of the album along with and additional two CDs featuring a previously unreleased concert recorded at the Stadthalle, Munster, Germany in January 1974 and stunning new 5.1 Surround Sound and Stereo mixes of the album from the original multi track tapes. Also included on the Blu ray disc are the original 1973 Quad mix and additional video content comprising of the rare 'Remember the Future' promotional film, the film of 'Wings' shown on BBC TVs Old Grey Whistle Test and a live performance of 'Desolation Valley / Waves' for the same TV show. First released in November 1973, the album was a conceptual piece comprising a musical cycle divided into two parts and was recorded at Chipping Norton Studios in England. 'Remember the Future' became the band's most successful album, being a chart hit in Germany, but also reaching number 13 on the US Billboard charts without the band having ever touring America. It was a pivotal album for the band and broke them to a wider audience and remains one of Nektar's most well-known and highly regarded works.
5013929484696

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Format: CD
Label: ESOTERIC
Rel. Date: 12/01/2023
UPC: 5013929484696

Remember The Future - 50th Anniversary Edition
Artist: Nektar
Format: CD
New: Not in stock
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Remember the Future Part One
2. Remember the Future Part Two Bonus Track
3. Let It Grow (Live Erbach, Germany April 1973)
4. Remember the Future Part One
5. Remember the Future Part Two Bonus Tracks
6. Lonely Roads (German Promo Single Version)
7. Let It Grow (German Promo Single Version)
8. King of Twilight
9. Desolation Valley
10. A Day in the Life of a Preacher
11. Cast Your Fate
12. Odysee
13. That's Life
14. Fidgety Queen
15. Ron's on
16. Show Me the Way
17. Little Boy
18. Need Love
19. Smile / Lonely Roads
20. Let It Grow
21. Remember the Future - Part One
22. Remember the Future - Part Two
23. Remember the Future - (Promotional Film 1973)
24. Wings (BBC TV "Old Grey Whistle Test" - 10th July 1973)
25. Desolation Valley / Waves (BBC TV "Old Grey Whistle Test" - 23rd October 1973)

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This 50th Anniversary edition comprises 4 CDs and a multi-region Blu Ray disc and features a newly remastered original stereo mix of the album along with and additional two CDs featuring a previously unreleased concert recorded at the Stadthalle, Munster, Germany in January 1974 and stunning new 5.1 Surround Sound and Stereo mixes of the album from the original multi track tapes. Also included on the Blu ray disc are the original 1973 Quad mix and additional video content comprising of the rare 'Remember the Future' promotional film, the film of 'Wings' shown on BBC TVs Old Grey Whistle Test and a live performance of 'Desolation Valley / Waves' for the same TV show. First released in November 1973, the album was a conceptual piece comprising a musical cycle divided into two parts and was recorded at Chipping Norton Studios in England. 'Remember the Future' became the band's most successful album, being a chart hit in Germany, but also reaching number 13 on the US Billboard charts without the band having ever touring America. It was a pivotal album for the band and broke them to a wider audience and remains one of Nektar's most well-known and highly regarded works.
        
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