The Black Keys have announced a reissue of the band’s 2011 album El Camino in honor of its 10th anniversary.
The super-deluxe edition will be released as a five-LP and four-CD package, as well as via digital outlets, on November 5. The track list includes the original El Camino remastered, a full, previously unreleased live recording from a 2012 concert in Portland, Maine, as well as a sessions with BBC Radio 1 and from the Los Angeles Electro-Vox studio.
Physical editions of the super deluxe will also include a photo book, poster and lithograph, along with a “new car scent” air freshener.
If that’s a little rich for your blood, you can also get the three-LP, less-super but still deluxe reissue, also due out November 5. That edition just includes the remastered audio and the live Portland recordings.
Following 2010’s commercial breakthrough, Brothers, El Camino cemented The Black Keys’ transformation from beloved alternative band to arena-headlining rock stars. The album spawned the singles “Lonely Boy,” “Gold on the Ceiling” and “Little Back Submarines,” and has been certified double-Platinum by the RIAA.
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