The record also features contributions from guest stars including Randy Newman, Blur's Graham Coxon and The Go-Go's Charlotte Caffey.
The platinum-selling album contained Bryan's first two No. 1 country hits.
The special box set will comprise of 5 CDs and 2 DVDs housed in a 10” box set, together with a hardback book, poster and a series of 10” prints.
The compilation was originally available only on cassette with six different covers, one for each band member.
The soundtrack to John Singleton’s provocative 1991 directorial debut ‘Boyz N The Hood’ is making its double-vinyl debut on 27 September via Qwest/Ume.
The multi-platinum-selling album transformed Live into one of the most renowned bands of the modern alternative-rock era.
The album is now also available in a limited edition translucent blue colour pressing, exclusively at Frampton's website.
The Roots’ iconic discography will be honoured with a series of reissues of their classic albums including ‘Things Fall Apart’, ‘Do You Want More ?!!??!’ and ‘Illadelph Halflife’.
The Grammy-nominated, RIAA-certified double-platinum firmly established the group’s position as a highly-respected modern alt-rock outfit.
The Beastie Boys announced their landmark albums ‘Paul’s Boutique’, ‘Ill Communication’, the ‘Root Down’ EP and ‘To The 5 Boroughs’ will be reissued on colour vinyl.
The recordings were made in June 1964, in between the sessions for 'Crescent' and 'A Love Supreme.'
Swift teased the release of the song, which she co-produced with Grammy Award-winning Jack Antonoff, during her speech at the Teen Choice Awards.
The track was recorded in 1973 and will feature on the 3CD + DVD package, to be released on 11 October.