The veteran UK duo will re-release Seventh Wave and Mysterious Traveller this winter.
System 7 will digitally re-release two of their full-lengths this winter: Mysterious Traveller and Seventh Wave.
The UK duo seem to be going through something of a nostalgic phase: it was just last December that they released their Classics compilation, and now they've got two reissues in the pipeline. The first, due out next week, is Seventh Wave (Re-Waved), a repackaging of their trancey long player from 2001, complete with two tracks that were originally included only on the Japanese version. Next month they'll release Mysterious Traveller (Re-Travelled), a reprise of their 2002 collection of collaborative efforts with Derrick May, also complete with tracks from the Japanese release. Both will be available through System 7's own label, A-Wave.
Seventh Wave (Re-Waved)
01. Manik Shamanik
02. High Plains Drifter
03. 7 O'Clock
04. Soft Rain feat. Alex Paterson
05. Sal Del Mar
07. The Abyss
09. Soft Rain (After the Rain) feat. Alex Paterson
Mysterious Traveller (Re-Travelled)
01. Altitude (Mayday Mix)
02. Mysterious Traveller (Groovy Intent Mix)
03. Big Sky City (Mayday Mix)
04. Icon (Montage Mix - Rhythim is Rhythim)
05. Prototype 1 (Electron Mix)
06. Fractal Liason
07. Mysterious Traveller (Fire Mix)
08. Big Sky City (Above the Clouds Mix)
11. Listen (Thrash's Mix)
A-Wave will release Seventh Wave (Re-Waved) on February 7th, and Mysterious Traveller (Re-Travelled) on March 7th, 2011.