'12 X 7: The Singles Collection' is a 7” singles box set, while 'The Collection' includes all the star's studio recordings, plus rarities and live recordings.
Spanning five decades, the collection features classic Eno compositions, and includes some lesser-known gems and seven previously unreleased tracks.
The eagerly anticipated definitive career anthology is endorsed and co-compiled by Paul Weller himself.
The 'Southside Demos' collection features the previously unreleased Bernard Edwards mix of the band's breakthrough hit, 'I Don't Want A Lover'.
Nominated for Grammy Awards and the Mercury Music Prize, 'To Bring You My Love' was also a UK Top 20 smash.
Critically lauded at the time of its release, 'Frank' sold over a million copies and was certified triple platinum in the UK.
Produced by Steve Albini and featuring the singles, 'Man-Size' and '50 Ft Queenie', 'Rid Of Me' peaked at No 3 in the UK and drew widespread critical acclaim.
First release in 1992, Harvey's landmark debut was described as "a seductive calling card that signals the arrival of an extraordinary new artist" by The Los Angeles Times.
The song was recorded at the Manchester Apollo in the early summer of 1980 during the Canadian trio’s highly acclaimed UK tour.
Featuring the band's first two albums, 'On Through The Night' and 'High N' Dry', plus a host of rarities, the new box set is out tomorrow, 20 March.
Upon its first release, the album spent 30 weeks in the UK top ten-album chart; a whole year in the top 30 and only left the charts 18 months later.
Arguably the most iconic all-female band of them all, Spice Girls have sold 85 million records worldwide and racked up 9 UK number 1 singles.
Following in the footsteps of Oasis and The Verve, Embrace became a pop sensation in post-Britpop Britain, breaking through in the late ‘90s.
The new collection includes remastered editions of the band's first two albums, 'On Through The Night' and 'High N' Dry' along with a wealth of rarities.
“I wanted to make something that celebrated some of the moments and figures of UK club culture.”