Now reimagined as ‘Llorar’, the track features on the new ‘Spanish Model’ álbum, out now via UMe.
Remastered from the original flat master tape, this new edition features a high quality 150 gram black vinyl pressing.
The two parties are collaborating on exclusive series that will feature variant covers for select collector’s editions of some Urban Legends' most legendary hip-hop releases.
The self-titled box includes 180-g black vinyl pressings of all eight of the band's studio albums to date.
The 1993 debut is expanded and renamed 'Should’ve Been A Cowboy' in honour of its trademark hit.
Originally released in 1971, the album is pressed on black vinyl and housed in a high-quality wrapped jacket.
'Gene Simmons', 'Paul Stanley', 'Ace Frehley' and 'Peter Criss' all enjoyed critical fanfare, chart success and platinum sales.
Sinatra’s intimate 1958 opus has been newly-mixed in stereo for its milestone 60th anniversary edition.
The special anniversary package was helmed by the band’s drummer and long-time archivist Charlie Benante.
The first four titles are available on 21 September, with the 'Let Love Rule' reissue following on 30 November.
The new edition comes as a limited-edition character USB, packaged in a custom display box, containing the original album and a host of extras.
The new box includes six discs of the star's greatest studio classical albums plus a new collection of rarities and unreleased outtakes.
The 11-disc set includes all the Chicago-based alt-rockers' studio albums to date.
The Queens, New York duo have been cited as "the premier DJ/MC team in all of hip-hop."
The album's last vinyl pressing was in 1986 for Zappa’s rare 'Old Masters Box Two' on his own Barking Pumpkin Records.
'Whip-Smart', 'whitechocolatespaceegg' and 'Liz Phair' will all be available on 180-g vinyl for the first time.