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.”
'Perfect Remedy' and 'Rock ’Til You Drop' were Quo's final releases on the revered Vertigo label, whilst 'Thirsty Work' was their debut release through Polydor.
The band's fourth chart-topping album in the UK, this landmark title also included the No.1 single, 'Belfast Child'.
The new expanded editions include a 48-page 12x12 book packed full of iconic photos, new interviews, liner notes and memorabilia.
‘Don’t You Forget About Me’ also features on Simple Minds' new anthology '40: The Best Of – 1979-2019', which is out now.
'Thin Lizzy', 'Shades Of A Blue Orphanage' and 'Vagabonds Of The Western World' are all coming back to wax.
The soundtrack also includes music from Queens Of The Stone Age, Black Sabbath, Joy Division and more.
The acclaimed Irish band's catalogue-spanning video restoration campaign launches this Thursday, 3 October.
The much-acclaimed album includes the band's UK Top 40 breakthrough hit, 'Do You Remember The First Time?'
The new, double disc vinyl will come in a double gatefold sleeve with a wide-spine and new artwork on the two printed inner sleeves.
Selling over 60 million records worldwide, the Jim Kerr-fronted band have had number one singles on both sides of the Atlantic, and chart-topping albums the world over,
The collection features the band's entire recorded output, with a bonus disc, 'Flexible Strategies', containing exclusive bonus material of non-album recordings and B-sides.
The record will be available with original artwork - a printed inner sleeve with lyrics and credits - and it has been remastered at Abbey Road.
Originally released on 19 January 2009, the album debuted at No.1 in the UK album charts.