Tame Impala, that mysterious young Perth ensemble that seemed to make more international inroads than any other Australian band in the last year, are reissuing their outstanding debut album, Innerspeaker.
Pitchfork reports that Modular Records will be making the reissue an Australia-only affair on May 27, with a US release coming some time in August.
The new release will feature all sorts of delectable improvements in its deluxe, two-disc format. The first disc will be the original album, but the second, titled Extraspeaker, will feature tracks from their equally fine 2008 eponymous EP, as well as the early single Sundown Syndrome.
There will also be remixes from the likes of Erol Alkan, Pilooski, Canyons, and Mickey Moonlight. The whole thing comes in fancy new packaging, too.
The Innerspeaker reissue tracklisting is:
Disc 1 (Original Album):
It Is Not Meant to Be
Desire Be Desire Go
Why Won’t You Make Up Your Mind?
Solitude Is Bliss
The Bold Arrow of Time
Runway, Houses, City, Clouds
I Don’t Really Mind
Disc 2 (Extraspeaker):
Half Full Glass of Wine
Why Won’t You Make up Your Mind? (Erol Alkan Rework)
Lucidity (Pilooski Remix)
Solitude Is Bliss (Mickey Moonlight T.A.M. Remix)
41 Mojitos (Canyons Poolside Dub)