In The News: Interpol, Nothing, M. Ward, Prince, Body/Head, Neil Finn And Liam Finn, Gringo Star, Ólafur Arnalds And More

Break our your best suit and stock up on some top-quality hair product: Interpol is back after four years with sixth album Marauder, out August 24 via Matador. Produced by the one and only Dave Fridmann (Flaming Lips, Spoon, Mogwai, MGMT, et al), the 13-track LP marks the first time the trio—then still a quartet—has worked with an outside producer since 2007’s Our Love To Admire. Kids, the powers that be think Marauder is gonna be big—so big that the Fab Three—Paul, Sam and Daniel—held a press conference in Mexico to announce it. Viva la Interpol … Speaking of new records by great producers, Dance On The Blacktop, the third album from Nothing, was produced by the mighty John Agnello (Sonic Youth, Dinosaur Jr, Kurt Vile, et al) and is out August 24 on Relapse … As reported first by MAGNET on socials (we were at the Philly show that he announced this the day before), M. Ward self-released What A Wonderful Industry on Friday to surprised fans around the world … Prince‘s Piano & A Microphone 1983 is, well, an unreleased Prince album from 1983 featuring him alone with a piano and a microphone; the nine track, 35-minute LP is out September 21 on Prince Estate/Warner Bros. … Body/Head—Kim Gordon (Sonic Youth, etc.) and guitarist Bill Nace (Vampire Belt, etc.)—is releasing sophomore album The Switch on July 13 via Matador … Father/son duo Neil Finn And Liam Finn make their album debut August 24 with Lightsleeper (Inertia/PIAS) … Sound the Alarm: Mike Peters and Co. have a new album, Equals, out June 29 via Twenty First Century … Back To The City is the fifth LP from Gringo Star, out Aug 24 on Nevado Music … The same day, Mercury KX is issuing Ólafur Arnaldsre:member … Dragon Inn 3 is Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin frontman Philip Dickey, whose Double Line debut is out August 17 on American Laundromat … Chains Are Broken is the Devil Makes Three‘s follow-up to 2013’s I’m A Stranger Here and is out August 24 via New West … The BlanksYellow Fading Glimmer (out July 6) is the band’s first album since 2005 debut Love You Too … Atlantic is releasing Spirit Animal‘s debut LP, Born Yesterday, on August 3 … Out June 15 on RCA is Christina Aguilera‘s sixth album, Liberation … Rick Astley‘s Beautiful Life is out July 20 on BMG … Spirit Of 75: Two men who have been alive for three-quarters of a century have new albums; Tony Joe White’s Bad Mouthin’ is out September 28 via Yep Roc, while Swamp Dogg‘s Love, Loss, And Auto-Tune hits stores two weeks prior on Joyful Noise and features vocals from Justin Vernon (Bon Iver).

Echo & The Bunnymen To Release “New” Studio Album In October

On October 5, Echo & The Bunnymen will release The Stars, The Oceans & The Moon (BMG), their first new studio album since 2014’s Meteorites. But there’s a catch: Only two of the 15 tracks (“The Somnanbulist” and “How Far?”) are “new”; the other baker’s dozen are reworkings of older songs from Ian McCulloch and Co.’s 40-year career.

So why are the Bunnymen revisting the old songs to learn and sing and taking them in a new direction? “I’m not doing this for anyone else,” says McCulloch. “I’m doing it, as it’s important to me to make the songs better. I have to do it.”

And as everyone know, Mac The Mouth, post-punk’s Chairman Of The Bored, has always done it his way.

The Bunnymen kick off a co-headlining tour with Violent Femmes on July 12. While you wait, read the Over/Under we did on them.

The Stars, The Oceans & The Moon track listing, live dates and official audio for “Seven Seas” below.

The Over/Under: Echo & The Bunnymen

The Stars, The Oceans & The Moon
1. “Bring on the Dancing Horses”
2. “The Somnambulist”
3. “Nothing Lasts Forever”
4. “Lips Like Sugar”
5. “Rescue”
6. “Rust”
7. “Angels & Devils”
8. “Bedbugs & Ballyhoo”
9. “Zimbo”
10. “Stars Are Stars”
11. “Seven Seas”
12. “Ocean Rain”
13. “The Cutter”
14. “How Far?”
15. “The Killing Moon”

Tour Dates
7/12 – San Antonio, TX, Tobin Center
7/13 – Austin, ACL Live Moody
7/14 – Houston, Revention Music Center
7/15 – Irving, TX, The Pavilion
7/17 – Nashville, Ryman Auditorium
7/18 – Atlanta, State Bank Amphitheater
7/20 – Lake Buena Vista, FL, House Of Blues
7/21 – St. Augustine, FL, St. Augustine Amphitheatre
7/23 – Richmond, VA, The National
7/24 – Norfolk, VA, Norva
7/25 – Washington, D.C., The Anthem
8/11 – Waynesville, Ohio, Bellwether Music Festival

“Seven Seas”

In The News: Gorillaz, Ben Folds Five, Papa M, Kristin Hersh, Peter Holsapple, Oh, Weatherly, Shemekia Copeland And More

2D, Noodle and Russel Hobbs—along with pal Ace (subbing for Murdoc Niccals—”Free Murdoc!”)—are back June 29 with The Now Now (Warner Bros.). Grammy-winning and Guinness Book Of World Records-recognized Gorillaz have delivered 11 new songs, self-produced by the cartoon-crew think tank as well as humans Remi Kabaka (longtime Gorillaz collaborator) and James Ford (Simian Mobile Disco); we assume Damon Albarn also had his blurry fingerprints all over this, too. In October, Gorillaz will tour North America in support of the LP … On July 13, Real Gone will issue The Complete Sessions At West 54th by Ben Folds Five, available on CD and as a two-LP set; though only three tracks aired on the original PBS broadcast, there are 15 here, including a cover of the Flaming Lips’ “She Don’t Use Jelly” … Make room for daddy: Papa M is back August 17 with A Broke Moon Rises (Drag City) … Kristin Hersh returns October 5 with Possible Dust Clouds on Fire … What do R.E.M., Hootie & The Blowfish, John Hiatt, Indigo Girls, the Troggs, the Cowsills, Juliana Hatfield and Better Than Ezra have in common besides being included in the sentence you’re currently reading? Peter Holsapple (dB’s, Rittenhouse Square), who’s releasing Game Day—his first solo album in 21 years—July 27 via Omnivore … Lips Like Oxygen is the new one from Oh, Weatherly, out July 27 via Hopeless … On July 27, Willie Nile will release Children Of Paradise on his River House label … Alligator is issuing America’s Child by the great Shemekia Copeland on August 3, featuring guest appearances by Will Kimbrough (who also produced), John Prine, Emmylou Harris, Mary Gauthier, Rhiannon Giddens, J.D. Wilkes, Steve Cropper and more … Not only is Interscope/UMe releasing a remastered/expanded edition of Smash Mouth’s Fush Yu Mang, the band’s 1997 debut is coming paired with a newly recorded acoustic version of LP; the two-CD set is out June 29 … A two-CD special edition of the 1982 self-titled debut by the Lords Of The New Church is out July 20 on Blixa Sounds.

Pete Yorn And Scarlett Johansson: An Affair To Remember

Serge and Brigitte. Lee and Nancy. Lou and Nico. Pete and Scarlett.

Well, maybe Yorn and Johansson aren’t quite yet in that rarified air of legendary male/female duos, but if you thought 2009’s Break Up was a one-album fling, you don’t know Pete.

Yorn and Johansson have just released the Apart EP (Capitol), featuring four new songs and a reworking of “Tomorrow” (a standout from ArrangingTime, Yorn’s underrated 2016 LP). While not as essential as a proper Yorn release, Apart is further proof he’s a multi-talented, first-rate songwriter in it for the long haul. The EP’s first single is “Bad Dreams,” which has a trippy and terrific Sophie Muller-directed video:

We were immediately smitten with the then 27-year-old Yorn when he released his musicforthemorningafterdebut  in 2010. (At the time, Johansson was 16 and a relatively unknown actress starring in cult classic Ghost World, not the highest-grossing actress of all time in North America she is now.) Yorn’s debut stands up to this day, which is why we deemed the gold-selling album a MAGNET Classic last year:

MAGNET Classics: The Making Of Pete Yorn’s “Musicforthemorningafter”

As for the aforementioned ArrangingTime, upon its release, we said it showed Yorn to be a “power-pop genius on full display,” calling “Roses” an “instant classic.” (At the time, Johansson was playing Natasha Romanoff/Black Widow—for the fifth time—in Captain America: Civil War, the highest-grossing film of 2016.) ArrangingTime spent only one week on the Billboard album chart (at #63), but we loved it anyway:

Essential New Music: Pete Yorn’s “ArrangingTime”

Yorn’s never hid his hero worship for fellow Jersey boy Bruce Springsteen. In fact, he wears it proudly on his jean jacket’s raggedy sleeve. So it’s no surprise that back in 2010 (while Johansson was playing Natasha Romanoff/Black Widow—for the first time—in Iron Man 2, the third-highest-grossing film of the year), when we asked Yorn to be our boss for the week and guest edit our website, he wrote about, well, his boss: The Boss. At the time, Yorn was supporting his self-titled fifth album; it spent only one week on the Billboard album chart (at #66), but we loved the Frank Black-produced LP anyway. But back to Pete on who’s the boss:

Pete Yorn Is Thinking Of: Bruce Springsteen’s “Darkness On The Edge Of Town”

Pete Yorn was the culmination of a very prolific two-year period for Yorn. In 2009, he released Back & Fourth, another solid effort that spent a full five weeks on the Billboard album chart and peaked at #32. At the time, Johansson was starring with Ben Affleck, Jennifer Aniston, Drew Barrymore, Jennifer Connelly and Bradley Cooper in He’s Just Not That Into You, which grossed more than $181 million worldwide. But she was also slumming it a little, gearing up for the release of Break Up with Yorn. (We’d be remiss if we didn’t tell you Break Up spent nine weeks on the Billboard album chart, peaking at #41; guess Scarlett gives Pete a little more Billboard stamina.) And what better a way for a rocker and a movie star to promote an album called Break Up than an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show:

Film At 11: Pete Yorn & Scarlett Johansson

So Pete and Scarlett had a Break Up in 2009 and are Apart in 2018. Here’s hoping for Together in 2027. It can be the final installment in their musical Before trilogy.

For The Gaslight Anthem, It’s The Summer Of (The) ’59 (Sound) All Over Again

You only turn 10 once, so the Gaslight Anthem is making the most of the decade anniversary of breakthrough album The ’59 Sound. On June 15, SideOneDummy will issue The ’59 Sound Sessions, a nine-track companion LP featuring rare/unreleased songs recorded mostly before the Jersey foursome went into the studio to record the proper album. The ’59 Sound Sessions is available on CD and LP; a limited-edition colored-vinyl release comes with a 60-page photobook. A keepsake showcasing what they did when they were young, if you will.

“The journey a band goes through is complex,” says drummer Benny Horowitz in the photobook. “We were perpetually on the road and in a state of constant motion. I can’t think of a better time to try and create the most significant thing of your life when it was the most significant time of all our lives. I’m so happy to share this moment of our existence.”

Speaking on being on the road, the Gaslight Anthem is also marking the occasion with live dates at which the band is performing The ’59 Sound in its entirety.

The ’59 Sound Sessions track listing and tour dates below. But before you get to them, here’s our original review of The ’59 Sound, 10 years after:

THE GASLIGHT ANTHEM: The ’59 Sound [Side One Dummy]

The ’59 Sound Sessions Track Listing
1. “The ’59 Sound”
2. “God’s Gonna Cut You Down”
3. “Patient Ferris Wheel”
4. “Miles Davis & The Cool”
5. “Placeholder”
6. “High Lonesome”
7. “Great Expectations”
8. “Our Father’s Sons”
9. “Film Noir”

Tour Dates
5/31 – New York, Bowery Ballroom
6/2 – New York, Governors Ball Music Festival
7/20 – London, Hammersmith Apollo
7/21 – London, Hammersmith Apollo
7/23 – Dublin, Vicar Street
7/24 – Glasgow, Barrowlands
7/25 – Manchester, Apollo
7/27 – Tilburg, NL, O13
7/28 – Köln, DE, Palladium
8/9 – Toronto, Rebel
8/10 – Toronto, Rebel
8/11 – Chicago, Riviera Theatre

The National Is Still Destroying You With A New Live Album, More Non-Stop Touring And Another Curated Festival

Boxer, the fourth album by the National, may have come out 11 years ago, but the fighter still remains. On July 13, 4AD will release Boxer Live In Brussels on CD, recorded live in Belgium last November in celebration of the LP’s 10th anniversary. (Yeah, we know, Record Store Day geeks, you already own Boxer Live In Brussels on limited-edition vinyl, and we’re sure you’ve already played it to death in your parents’ basement.)

It’s been a fruitful nine months for the National since the release of seventh album Sleep Well Beast. Matt Berninger and his band of brothers (Aaron and Bryce Dessner, Bryan and Scott Devendorf) won a Grammy for the LP, peaked at number two on the Billboard album charts, hosted the blood-buzzing Homecoming festival in Ohio (featuring the likes of fellow MAGNET cover stars Father John Misty, the Breeders and Future Islands) and yet again wound up on all the right end-of-year best-of lists (including at number two in MAGNET, not to mention President Obama’s personal list). And if you play Ellen and get a standing ovation from the soccer-mom crowd, you’re officially mainstream popular and will no longer be mistaken for strangers.

But, sin eaters, the fun is only getting started. The National is still racing like a pro, hitting all the European festivals this summer, followed by more U.S. dates (including Lollapalooza) and culminating in late September with The National Presents: There’s No Leaving New York (a two-day event with Jason Isbell And The 400 Unit, Future Islands, Cat Power, Cigarettes After Sex and more).

You can listen to “Fake Empire” from Boxer Live In Brussels below as well as see all the tour dates. But first, how about pouring yourself a pink rabbit and checking out an excerpt of our National cover story from last year:

Exclusive Excerpt: The National “Heaven Up Here”

Tour Dates
6/1 – Barcelona, Primavera Sound
6/2 – London, Victoria Park
6/6 – Gothenburg, Sweden, Garden Fest
6/8 – Aarhus, Denmark, Northside Festival
6/9 – Hilvarenbeek, The Netherlands, Best Kept Secret Festival
6/10 – Helsinki, Sideways Festival
6/15 – Dublin, Donnybrook Stadium
6/16 – Dublin, Donnybrook Stadium
7/10 – Zagreb, Croatia, SRC Salata
7/11 – Linz, Austria, Ahoi! Full Hit of Summer Festival
7/13 – Lisbon, Portugal, Nos Alive
7/14 – Werchter, Belgium TW Classic
7/29 – Detroit, Mo Pop Festival
7/30 – Milwaukee, Riverside Theater
8/3 – Chicago, Lollapalooza
8/4 – Toronto, Fort York
8/5 – Montreal, Osheaga
9/7 – Milan, Milano Rocks
9/8 – Berlin, Lollapalooza Berlin
9/20 – Los Angeles, Hollywood Palladium
9/21 – Los Angeles, Hollywood Palladium
9/24 – Berkeley, CA, Greek Theatre
9/25 – Berkeley, CA, Greek Theatre
9/27 – Philadelphia, The Mann Center
9/28 – Columbia, MD, Merriweather Post Pavilion
9/29 – New York, Forest Hills Stadium
9/30 – New York, Forest Hills Stadium
10/9 – Morrison, CO, Red Rocks Amphitheater
10/12 – Austin, Austin City Limits Festival

“Fake Empire”

In The News: Jayhawks, Mark Lanegan & Duke Garwood, Love Language, Lenny Kravitz, Kinky Friedman, Liars, Willie Nelson, A Certain Ratio, Liz Phair And More

On July 13, Legacy will issue Back Roads And Abandoned Motels, the 10th studio album from the Jayhawks. Gary Louris and Co. must be feeling mighty social these days, as not only has the band backed Kinks legend Ray Davies on his two most recent solo albums (the second, Our Country: Americana Act II, is out June 29) but also collaborated with a number of other musicians for Back Roads And Abandoned Motels. Louris wrote two of the 11 songs on his own, with the other nine being co-written with the likes of Dixie Chicks, Jakob Dylan, Emerson Hart (Tonic), Ari Hest, Scott Thomas and Carrie Rodriguez. Catch the Jayhawks on tour in June, July, September and October … The dynamic and dangerous duo of Mark Lanegan & Duke Garwood returns with With Animals (Heavenly) on August 24 … Baby Grand is the fourth album from the Love Language, out via Merge on August 3 … Lenny Kravitz is gonna go your way September 7 with 11th LP Raise Vibration (BMG) … We were gonna applaud Good Charlotte for being the first band to title an album Generation Rx (MDDN/BMG, September 14), but it turns out Louisville outfit the Metroschifter beat them to it by 21 years; kids, trends do repeat themselves every two decades or so … Speaking of decades, it’s only taken Kinky Friedman four of them to make an album of all originals; but now it’s done, called Circus Of Life and out July 3 on Echo Hill … 1/1 is the first soundtrack offering from Liars, out July 20 via Mute and recorded by Angus Andrew and Aaron Hemphill before the latter amicably left the band four years ago; the Jeremy Phillips-directed film is out July 17 … Speaking of film soundtracks: The Lord Of The Rings: The Two Towers: The Complete Recordings (Rhino, July 27) is a five-LP boxed set compiling all the music from the movie; it’s also available as a three-CD/Blu-ray edition … The fine folks at Real Gone Music continue their stellar reissue work with two new titles on July 13; Willie Nelson‘s Things To Remember: The Pamper Demos (28 songs Nelson wrote and recorded in 1960 as a songwriter for hire, including the first recordings of songs such as “Crazy”) and the Statler BrothersSing The Classics (a previously out-of-print, mail-order-only compilation from the ’90s of the vocal group’s ’40s-’60s hits including “Memories Are Made Of This” and “Goodnight, Sweetheart, Goodnight”) … Hyperactive is a two-CD collection of Thomas Dolby‘s greatest hits, out July 27 as part of BMG’s Masters Collection series … July 27 marks the final batch of A Certain Ratio studio-album reissues from Mute—1982’s Sextet, 1997’s Change The Station and 2008’s Mind Made Up—available on CD and colored vinyl … Speaking of colored vinyl: Capitol/UMe will reissue three Liz Phair titles—1994’s Whip-Smart, 1998’s whitechocolatespaceegg and 2003’s Liz Phair—on LP; only the first two are available on limited-edition colored vinyl, while the standard versions of whitechocolatespaceegg and Liz Phair are double-LP sets.

Happy Memorial Day

R.I.P. all of the Americans who died serving the country we love. We may not have supported the wars you fought in, but we always supported—and will continue to support—you. Thank you for your service.

Bob Dylan released this song 55 years ago yesterday. Unfortunately, things haven’t changed much.

“Masters Of War”
Come you masters of war
You that build all the guns
You that build the death planes
You that build the big bombs
You that hide behind walls
You that hide behind desks
I just want you to know
I can see through your masks

You that never done nothin’
But build to destroy
You play with my world
Like it’s your little toy
You put a gun in my hand
And you hide from my eyes
And you turn and run farther
When the fast bullets fly

Like Judas of old
You lie and deceive
A world war can be won
You want me to believe
But I see through your eyes
And I see through your brain
Like I see through the water
That runs down my drain

You fasten the triggers
For the others to fire
Then you set back and watch
When the death count gets higher
You hide in your mansion
As young people’s blood
Flows out of their bodies
And is buried in the mud

You’ve thrown the worst fear
That can ever be hurled
Fear to bring children
Into the world
For threatening my baby
Unborn and unnamed
You ain’t worth the blood
That runs in your veins

How much do I know
To talk out of turn
You might say that I’m young
You might say I’m unlearned
But there’s one thing I know
Though I’m younger than you
Even Jesus would never
Forgive what you do

Let me ask you one question
Is your money that good
Will it buy you forgiveness
Do you think that it could
I think you will find
When your death takes its toll
All the money you made
Will never buy back your soul

And I hope that you die
And your death’ll come soon
I will follow your casket
In the pale afternoon
And I’ll watch while you’re lowered
Down to your deathbed
And I’ll stand o’er your grave
’Til I’m sure that you’re dead

In The News: Norah Jones, David Bowie, Ty Segall & White Fence, Kooks, Shooter Jennings, Hamish Kilgour, Lucero, Mike Patton, Rolling Stones, Erasure And More

Following the release of 2016’s Day Breaks, former MAGNET cover star Norah Jones played a trio show with drummer Brian Blade and bassist Christopher Thomas at legendary London jazz club Ronnie Scott’s. The 16-track Live At Ronnie Scott’s captures this intimate performance on Blu-ray and DVD (Eagle Rock, June 15), including a pre-show interview. Nine of the dozen Day Breaks tracks are featured, plus “bonus” track “Burn” (the album’s opener). Catch Jones live in California this September … David Bowie‘s Welcome To The Blackout (Live London ’78) is a sort of companion piece to 1978’s Stage (Bowie’s second live album), documenting his Isolar II tour in support of the previous year’s Low and “Heroes” and out June 29 as a two-CD set; the same day, Parlophone is also releasing the limited-edition, vinyl-only Christiane F.: Wir Kinder Von Bahnoff Zoo (the soundtrack to the 1981 film) and In Bertolt Brecht’s Baal (five songs written for Bertolt Brecht’s 1918 play Baal) … Ty Segall and White Fence will bring Joy to the world on July 20 via Drag City … On August 31, the Kooks are releasing fifth album Let’s Go Sunshine on Lonely Cat/AWAL … Shooter Jennings will pull the trigger on new LP Shooter August 10, aided and abetted by Low Country Sound/Elektra … Alive Naturalsound is releasing Beechwood‘s Inside The Flesh Hotel on June 8 … Tunng got the original band back together for the first time in 11 years for Songs You Make At Night, out via Full Time Hobby on August 24 … Finklestein, the new solo album from Hamish Kilgour (Clean, Mad Scene), is out July 6 on Ba Da Bing! … Amos Lee returns August 31 with My New Moon courtesy of Dualtone … It’s May, and the March Divide announces the August 24 release of fourth LP Anticipation Pops (Slow Start) … Lucero hits the big 2-0 this year, and to celebrate, the band is giving us a present: ninth album Among The Ghosts (Liberty And Lament/Thirty Tigers) … Another outfit reaching the two-decade mark is Collections Of Colonies Of Bees (a band with close connections to Bon Iver, Sylvan Esso and Pele), who’ll release Hawaii on July 13 via Polyvinyl … Tim Rutili (Califone, Red Red Meat) and Craig Ross (Spoon, Daniel Johnston) have joined forces for 10 Seconds To Collapse, out June 22 on Jealous Butcher … New York City singer/songwriter Vincent Poag is releasing third LP Heroes And Demons via Danal Music on June 29 … Bass master Marcus Miller will be feeling Laid Black (Blue Note) on June 1, assisted by the likes of Trombone Shorty, Kirk Whalum, Take Six, Jonathan Butler and Selah Sue … Everyday Life, Everyday People is the ninth album from Slightly Stoopid—featuring Sly Dunbar (Sly And Robbie), Ali Campbell (UB40), G. Love, Yellowman, Chali 2na (Jurassic 5) and more—and it will be self-released on July 13 … In the something-old/something-new department, Jim Lauderdale is releasing Time Flies (his latest studio album) and Jim Lauderdale & Roland White (a previously unissued 1979 collaboration with Roland White) on August 3 via Yep Roc … Mike Patton’s score to Netflix’s 1922 is out July 20 on Ipecac … Take a chance on the Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again soundtrack (Capitol, July 13) … The first two Twin/Tone releases from Soul Asylum, the Bob Mould-produced Say What
 You Will … Everything Can Happen (1984) and Made To Be Broken (1986), have been remastered and expanded by Omnivore and are out July 20 … The latest entry in the Rolling Stones From The Vault series is No Security: San Jose 1999, out via Eagle Rock on July 13 on DVD, Blu-ray, triple-LP and as a DVD/two-CD set … Indigo Girls joined forces with the University Of Colorado Symphony Orchestra for a live album called, believe it or not, Indigo Girls Live With The University Of Colorado Symphony Orchestra (Rounder, June 29) … World Be Live is a 24-track, two-CD live album recorded by Erasure in February on the World Be Gone tour, and it’s out July 6 on Mute … Finally: In 1970, Chicago released second album Chicago, though it was later referred to as Chicago II and reissued last year with a different mix; to celebrate, Chicago (the band) returned to Chicago (the city) to record a live version of Chicago (the album), which is being released as Chicago II: Live On Soundstage by Rhino on June 29 as a CD and a CD/DVD set—followed in August by Chicago II: Collector’s Edition, which contains Chicago II: Live On Soundstage (on CD and DVD) and well as the remixed version of Chicago, now officially called Chicago II (on CD and double-LP), though the cover simply reads Chicago: Collector’s Edition. So, does anybody really know what the title is? Does anybody really care?