AceShowbiz - Supergrass are celebrating the 24th anniversary of their smash-hit second album, "In It or the Money", with a three-CD re-release.
"In It For the Money (Remastered Expanded Edition)", released on August 27, features the singles "Going Out, Richard III", "Sun Hits the Sky", and "Late In The Day", as well as a previously unreleased early version of "It's Not Me", which is now available to stream.
Originally released in April 1997 to critical and commercial acclaim, the album reached number two in the U.K. charts, selling over a million copies worldwide.
The expanded edition features 43 tracks, including B-Sides, rarities, and outtakes and a series of live tracks. It will also include imagery shot from photographer Kevin Westenberg, as well as sleevenotes from Charles Shaar Murray.
The album anniversary comes two years after the band reunited following more than a decade apart. They got together at Glastonbury in 2019.
About their reunion, frontman Gaz Coombes told NME, "We've had an intense week of rehearsing to get back into the swing and it's sounding pretty amazing. We just plugged in and started playing, and you just feel those moves that we all play together." He added, "It's like our legs are tied with rope. It's quite bizarre, but I guess that chemistry never goes away."
Meanwhile, bandmates Gaz and Rob Coombes, Mick Quinn, and Danny Goffey have lined up a series of festival dates this summer, beginning with a set at the Latitude Festival in Southwold, England on July 24. They are joining Bastille, Bombay Bicycle Club, Wolf Alice, The Chemical Brothers, Sons of Kemet, Villagers and more in the bill.