Raging Slab Part Of Legacy Recordings Digital Reissue Initiative


May 13, 2009

World’s Foremost Catalog Label Opens Its Vaults To Release Classic Albums & Overlooked Archival Treasures For The First Time In The Digital Realm Legacy Digital Reissues Available Through All Major Digital Service Providers

Combining the hardcore thrash of speed-metal with the down-home beer & bar-b-cue of Southern Rock, Raging Slab released the double album party opus, Dynamite Monster Boogie Concert, in 1993, ten years after the group formed in Hootersville, Pennsylvania. Dynamite Monster Boogie Concert is being released for the first time digitally alongside 1996’s Sing Monkey, Sing!

Raging Slab Part Of Legacy Recordings Digital Reissue Initiative

Legacy Recordings, the world’s premier catalog music label, has opened its vaults to create the Legacy Digital Reissue initiative, making an incredible selection of classic albums and deep catalog rarities available for the first time in the digital realms.

Drawing from the vast resources of the Sony Music archives, spanning the entire history of commercial recordings, the ongoing Legacy Digital Reissue program offers music fans an opportunity to rediscover old favorites, experience forgotten musical rarities, and explore an incomparably rich variety of genres, artists and sounds from the last 125 years.

Legacy Digital releases are being made available through all major digital service providers.

“The digital realm offers an unprecedented opportunity for Legacy to delve deep into its vast catalog, offering pristine state-of-the-art digital releases catering to every music fan and every musical taste, from the esoteric to the mainstream,” said Adam Block, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Legacy Recordings. “We’re proud and excited to be able to keep all this great music alive and thriving in the 21st century, making it available to long-time fans and new listeners alike.”

The Legacy Digital initiative is making its catalog titles available on an ongoing basis, with new releases appearing online every month.

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