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Posted: July 04 2013, 10:35

Universal has released the details of the upcoming re-releases of Five Miles Out and Crises, scheduled for September 2nd 2013.

Five Miles Out will be available as:
A single CD, containing a remaster of the original mix, plus Waldberg and a demo of the song Five Miles Out.
A 2 CD + DVD Deluxe Edition, with highlights from the December 1982 concert at Cologne's Sporthalle on the second CD, and Mike's brand new 5.1 remix and two TV performances from the BBC TV show Six Fifty Five Special on the DVD.
A vinyl LP, in both standard and limited edition (transparent yellow vinyl, limited to 500 numbered copies) versions.

Crises will be available as:
A single CD, with a remaster of the original mix being joined by two new acoustic reworkings of Moonlight Shadow and Shadow on the Wall, a 2013 remix of Mistake, plus the Crime of Passion extended version, Jungle Gardenia and the 12" versions of Moonlight Shadow and Shadow on the Wall.
A 2 CD Deluxe Edition, with a second CD of highlights from the July 1983 anniversary concert at Wembley Arena.
A vinyl LP, again in both standard and limited edition (transparent green vinyl, 500 numbered copies) versions.
And, for the really big Crises fans out there, a 3 CD + 2 DVD boxed set, which includes the full Wembley concert on the second and third CDs, plus a 50 minute 'Crises at Wembley' DVD and a second DVD with Mike's 2013 5.1 remix of the album. It also contains a 32 page hard back book, with sleeve notes and an interview with Mike. You can see a picture of the whole thing here.

The new releases, including the limited edition LPs, are available to order from Universal. Non-limited edition items should be available from all good record stores!
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Posted: July 04 2013, 10:43

Here are the full track listings for the different editions:

FIVE MILES OUT:

Standard CD:
The original album remastered:

1. Taurus II
2. Family Man
3. Orabidoo
4. Mount Teidi
5. Five Miles Out

Bonus tracks:

6. Waldberg (The Peak)

B-side of single - Released as August 1982

7. Five Miles Out (demo version)
Previously unreleased

Deluxe Edition - with 3 discs:

Disc One (CD):

Same as Standard CD

Disc Two (CD):

Live in Cologne 6th December 1982 Five Miles Out Tour (previously unreleased)

1. Tubular Bells Part One
2. Sheba
3. Mirage
4. Family Man
5. Taurus II
6. Mount Teidi
7. Five Miles Out
8. Guilty

Disc Three (DVD):

Five Miles Out
Mike Oldfield's 2013 5.1 Surround Mix

1. Taurus II
2. Family Man
3. Orabidoo
4. Mount Teidi
5. Five Miles Out

Visual content:

Five Miles Out promotional video

Mike Oldfield on "Six Fifty Five Special"
BBC TV - 28th July 1982:

Five Miles Out
Mistake
Interview


CRISES:

Standard CD with single bonus tracks

The original album remastered:

1. Crises
2. Moonlight Shadow
3. In High Places
4. Foreign Affair
5. Taurus 3
6. Shadow on the Wall

Bonus tracks:

7. Moonlight Shadow (unplugged mix)
8. Shadow on the Wall (unplugged mix)
Mixed by Mike Oldfield in May 2013 – Previously unreleased

9. Mistake
A-side of single – Released in August 1982
Also featured on the American release of “Crises”

10. Crime of Passion (extended version)
11. Jungle Gardenia
A & B-sides of single – Released in January 1984

12. Moonlight Shadow (12-inch single version)
A-side of 12 inch single - Released in May 1983

13. Shadow on the Wall (12-inch single version)
A-side of 12 inch single – Released in September 1983

“Crises” – The album
Recorded between November 1982 and April 1983 in Denham, England
Produced by Mike Oldfield and Simon Phillips
Engineered by Nigel Luby
Cover painting by Terry Ilott


Deluxe Edition - with 2 discs:

Disc One (CD):

Same as Standard CD

Disc Two (CD):

Live at Wembley Arena 1983 Crises Tour (previously unreleased)

1. Taurus I
2. Taurus II
3. Crises
4. Moonlight Shadow
5. Shadow on the Wall
6. Family Man

Recorded at Wembley Arena, London on 22nd July 1983 by The Manor Mobile Unit

“Taurus I”, “Crises” and “Family Man” mixed at The Manor Studio, Oxfordshire in August 1983 - Edited by Ben Wiseman and Mark Powell at The Audio Archiving Company, London in May 2013

“Taurus II”, “Moonlight Shadow” and “Shadow on the Wall” mixed by Ben Wiseman and Mark Powell at The Audio Archiving Company, London in May 2013


Crises 30th Anniversary Box:

Disc One (CD):

Same as Standard CD

Disc Two (CD):

Live at Wembley Arena, 22nd July 1983

1. Woodhenge / Incantations Part Three
2. Sheba
3. Ommadawn Part One
4. Mount Teidi
5. Five Miles Out
6. Tubular Bells Part One

Recorded at Wembley Arena, London on 22nd July 1983 by The Manor Mobile Unit

Mixed at The Manor Studio, Oxfordshire in August 1983

Edited by Ben Wiseman and Mark Powell at The Audio Archiving Company, London in May 2013

Disc Three (CD):

Live at Wembley Arena, 22nd July 1983 Crises Tour (previously unreleased)

1. Taurus I
2. Taurus II
3. Crises
4. Moonlight Shadow
5. Shadow on the Wall
6. Family Man

Recorded at Wembley Arena, London on 22nd July 1983

“Crises” and “Family Man” mixed at The Manor Studio, Oxfordshire in August 1983 - Edited by Ben Wiseman and Mark Powell at The Audio Archiving Company, London in May 2013

“Taurus I”, “Taurus II”, “Moonlight Shadow” and “Shadow on the Wall” mixed by Ben Wiseman and Mark Powell at The Audio Archiving Company, London in May 2013

Disc Four: (DVD)

Crises at Wembley – 22nd July 1983 Crises Tour (previously unreleased)

Previously unreleased:

1. Crises
2. Tubular Bells Part One

Additional visual content:

3. Moonlight Shadow  - Promotional video 1983
4. Shadow on the Wall - Promotional video 1983
5. Moonlight Shadow - BBC TV Top of the Pops – 23rd June 1983
6. Crime of Passion - Promotional video 1984

Disc Five: (DVD)

“Crises” – 5.1 Surround Mix by Mike Oldfield:

1. Crises
2. Moonlight Shadow
3. In High Places
4. Foreign Affair
5. Taurus 3
6. Shadow on the Wall
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Posted: July 04 2013, 11:33

Excellent! Thanks, Korg!

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Posted: July 04 2013, 11:49

Coooool! Finally footage from the 1983 Crises wembley concert! :)

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Posted: July 04 2013, 12:01

Before I die and go to heaven....just checking...
HOW MUCH of the Wembley concert is on the DVD.
Is it the whole concert like the CD, or just the song Crises.???
PLEASE let it be the whole gig.....
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Posted: July 04 2013, 12:08

Quote (Bell Boy @ July 04 2013, 16:01)
HOW MUCH of the Wembley concert is on the DVD.
Is it the whole concert like the CD, or just the song Crises.???

As far as I'm aware, it's just Crises and Tubular Bells, something that was edited together as a film in the 80s, so I imagine it was the only footage available (certainly the usual story goes that the footage was unusable and completely discarded, so it's great that at least this has survived).
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Posted: July 04 2013, 12:11

I'll settle for that...Thanks.
But the footage must be somewhere, or somebody must know what happens,
Perhaps all will be explained in the booklet.
Anyway nice see any of it, and to have the whole audio is good.
Cant wait !
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Posted: July 04 2013, 12:32

FANTASTIC !! At least some of the Anniversary concert on video !!!  :)

Great package esp. for the Crises boxset !
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Posted: July 04 2013, 12:50

At last the official notes about the forthcoming re-releases! Very interesting thing with the Wembley footage - must be great to see it! Mistake as a 2013 remix is also nice, and i'am very happy they incuded the extended remixes of Moonlight Shadow and Shadow On The Wall. In fact it seems that we will get all singles tracks from that era.
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Posted: July 04 2013, 13:06

seems like the perfect fmo/crises. could be expensive, but could just be worth the money
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Posted: July 04 2013, 13:30

Quote (falk @ July 04 2013, 13:06)
seems like the perfect fmo/crises. could be expensive, but could just be worth the money

Yeah, but i think i will buy both Crises releases: Deluxe Edition to put it next of the other deluxe editions releases on the shelf and 30th Anniversary Edition to have additional 2 DVD's... this time it will be more expensive purchase...
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Posted: July 04 2013, 14:03

It's good to have an unknown concert on the FMO deluxe although it's uncomplete. As I can remember the bootleg Cologne 1982 is a monitor mix from November 2nd.

Another highlight is "Six Fifty Five Special" BBC TV as it features the only live version of Mistake. That's really good.

Another surprise could be the demo of Five Miles Out. I wonder if it's different to the 1th mix "Utopia" Acetate version.

I'm not 100% satisfied with the Crises bos set:
- Mistake belongs to FMO also it was featured on the Canadian FMO LP

- Wembley concert is available in good quality since many years

- I'm disappointed that only Crises and TB Part 1 footage is included

- Finally I expected some demos.

But nevertheless it's quite a good package.
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Posted: July 04 2013, 15:05

I understand that both CD 1 of these two new deluxes are Five miles out and Crises remastered...not remixed?
I don't have 5.1 equipment and would have loved 2013 stereo remixes of both these albums...
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Posted: July 04 2013, 15:21

Well they did it with the Platinum deluxe edition, left off the original Sally track, now even with the 5 disc box set of Crises we don’t get ‘Rite of Man’. Another missed opportunity!
How odd.... :/
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Posted: July 04 2013, 15:42

Quote (stpaul @ July 04 2013, 14:03)

- Mistake belongs to FMO also it was featured on the Canadian FMO LP
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Mistake belongs to Crises because it it was featured on the Canadian CRISES LP not FMO. Believe me. I have them both.


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Hergest Ridge #20/250
Ommadawn #213/250
Incantations #376/500
Platinum #248/1000
QE2 #703/1000
Music from the opening ceremony #455/500
Five Miles Out #389/500
Crises #287/500
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Posted: July 04 2013, 23:58

Costing £32, the 5.1 mix of CRISES on the DVD in the box set better NOT be LOSSY DOLBY DIGITAL!!!!
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Posted: July 05 2013, 01:34

Quote (pipetune @ July 04 2013, 15:21)
Well they did it with the Platinum deluxe edition, left off the original Sally track, now even with the 5 disc box set of Crises we don’t get ‘Rite of Man’. Another missed opportunity!
How odd.... :/

They skipped all the most strange and odd tracks, Mike ever recorded. So we didin't got:

- Froggy Went A Courting
- Don Alfonso
- Sally
- Rite Of Man

Dont know why? Maybe Mike thinks that tracks sounds to strange, and maybe too silly to attach them to the releases?
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Posted: July 05 2013, 02:40

Quote (Olly @ July 04 2013, 15:42)
Quote (stpaul @ July 04 2013, 14:03)

- Mistake belongs to FMO also it was featured on the Canadian FMO LP
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Mistake belongs to Crises because it it was featured on the Canadian CRISES LP not FMO. Believe me. I have them both.

I think, Mistake belongs to FMO era musically. It was released in 1982 as the single along with Waldberg (The Peak) which also comes from that era. It just sounds like FMO track, very simmilar to Family Men, with vocoder vocals and so on. Crises tracks has very different sounding, more open and space'y (Fairlight). I dont know why it appears on the Canadian Crises LP but, maybe it's just a bonus track to make the release more attractive.
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Posted: July 05 2013, 03:27

I see a possible complete box set at the end of the re releases with one CD full of all the "odd ditties".


SPEAK !!!!
- Froggy Went A Courting
- Don Alfonso
- Sally
- Rite Of Man

Dont know why? Maybe Mike thinks that tracks sounds to strange, and maybe too silly to attach them to the releases?
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Posted: July 05 2013, 08:59

Quote (equinoxe @ July 05 2013, 05:34)
Maybe Mike thinks that tracks sounds to strange, and maybe too silly to attach them to the releases?

As far as I know, that's exactly it. Mike's very heavily involved with the whole process, and I know that Mark Powell and his colleagues are very thorough in their archival work (and certainly wouldn't overlook something as obvious as Rite of Man), so you can be fairly certain that omissions like that one are down to Mike not wanting it there.
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