The long awaited reissue of Nosound's 2005 debut album Sol29 will be available on Kscope from August 16th, 2010 and it's available for pre-order now from www.burningshed.com/store/nosound.
The analogue re-mastered audio, revised graphics and added DVD make this release a very special one, and some material is available online related to this release.
First of all there's now a promo launch website for the release, www.sol29.com, where one can find more info and access to promo material for this specific release. Fans can help by forwarding this address on your social networks, "as always our fan's support will be the most important part of the commercial campaign for this release...and you really proved in these years to be our best promoters really!"
From the same website you can also see a Youtube HD version of the new ten minutes long Sol29 video, a quite experimental piece of audio and video, the tale of a snowfall coming and going away ... lots of details to catch in the perfect video for the title track, see it now at www.youtube.com/watch?v=ESIhneZBMpU.
As a final surprise, we decided to put on our Soundcloud Page a free full preview of the analogue remastered version of "The Moment She Knew." Take some time to visit our brand new Soundcloud page and leave a comment, and enjoy the music: soundcloud.com/nosound
About the Album (from www.sol29.com): "The album has been out of print for almost two years, during which time it has become a collectible (and much requested!) piece. The album will be expanded to a 2disc set (CD + DVD) and will be packaged in a super jewel case with slipcase and feature new and revised artwork as well as the original photographic booklet.
"The audio CD will feature completely new digitally restored and analogue mastered audio from the original 2005 album, plus three extra re-mastered tracks (clocking in at 78 minutes of music!).
"The DVD features a brand new 10 minute video for 'Sol29,' plus the original three ambient/experimental audio video tracks included on The World Is Outside DVD-R." And more.
[Source: No Sound]