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U.K. Comps from En Vogue, Faith No More Arrive from Music Club Deluxe

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Last week The Second Disc reported on a double-disc anthology from The Jesus and Mary Chain from Music Club Deluxe Records. It turns out that set was just the tip of the iceberg; the label, owned by Demon Music Group, has just put out some more double-disc sets aimed at collectors and anthologists. We’re pleased to present to you their latest slate, including sets from En Vogue, Faith No More, All Saints and more.

Though their reunion tour is about to come to an end, West Coast rockers Faith No More have cut an impressive swath of music, including crossover hits like “Epic,” “We Care a Lot” and “Midlife Crisis.” Music Club Deluxe’s new set, Midlife Crisis: The Very Best of Faith No More, compiles all those hits with a respectable amount of album sides and rarities.

Also hailing from the state of California is the R&B group En Vogue. They gave audiences in the early ’90s something to dance to in hits like “Hold On,” “My Lovin’ (You’re Never Gonna Get It),” “Free Your Mind” and “Whatta Man,” their collaboration with Salt-N-Pepa. Don’t Let Go: The Very Best of En Vogue spans the group’s entire career, including some hard-to-find remixes.

Here’s something else for the ’90s British pop fan in your life: Pure Shores: The Very Best of All Saints is the first fully career-spanning compilation from the British hit singers, who rose to fame off a string of Top 10 singles including the chart-toppers “Never Ever,” “Pure Shores,” “Black Coffee” and covers of “Under the Bridge” and “Lady Marmalade.” For collectors, it not only includes tracks from all three of their studio albums, including the EMI-released Studio 1 (2006), but a handful of B-sides and remixes.

Finally, another British pop group gets compiled with Stay Another Day: The Very Best of East 17 . The boy band racked up a dozen U.K. Top 10 hits throughout the 1990s, and those singles and more album cuts make the cut on this set.

Check out all the track listings after the jump and head on over to Music Club Deluxe’s site to place your orders, as they’re all available now.

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Written by Mike Duquette

September 28, 2010 at 14:05