MTLEY CRE To Release Catalog On Vinyl-Replica CD, Greatest-Hits Package In U.K.

MTLEY CRE will re-release a limited quantity of its catalog in the U.K. via Eleven Seven Music, having regained the rights to all its songs after a long absence in the marketplace.

The following albums will be re-released on November 14 as vinyl-replica CDs with a 16-page booklet, a CD with a five-page booklet and on 180-gram vinyl in a four-color gatefold sleeve:

* Too Fast For Love
* Shout At The Devil
* Theatre of Pain
* Girls Girls Girls
* Dr. Feelgood

Also on that date, the rest of their catalogue "Mtley Cre", "Generation Swine", "New Tattoo" and "Live: Entertainment Or Death" will be re-released in standard CD format only. This will be followed by "Mtley Cre's Greatest Hits" in CD, deluxe CD, 180-gram vinyl and DVD formats on December 5.

MTLEY CRE's U.K. co-headlining tour with DEF LEPPARD kicks of at Birmingham LG Arena on December 6, winding up at London's Wembley Arena on December 14.

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