Phil Collins will soon begin rolling out super-deluxe versions of his solo albums as part of his "Take a Look at Me Now" retrospective campaign, beginning on January 29th with the re-release of 1981's Face Value and 1993's Both Sides. Collins dug into his vaults and unearthed many demos, B-sides and live songs to flesh out the albums into two-disc sets.
"I’ve always been quite proud of my demos and have often made them available as B-sides, but with a few exceptions, I have avoided including those on these collections," Collins said in a statement. "Instead, I’ve focused on how nicely the songs developed when played on stage, rather than showing how they originated."
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