Recently freed band Copeland has announced a new release featuring two discs of rarities, b–sides, EP tracks, acoustic, and alternate versions. collection of rarities, b–sides, EP tracks, acoustic, and alternate versions. The record is titled Dressed Up and In Line and is due out November 27, 2007.
The band explained a little bit about the project:
We're taking rare and unreleased recordings from the last 7 years and revisiting the original tracks. All of them are going to be re–mixed and re–mastered. Many of them are going to be updated a bit with added strings, vocals, keys, and guitars. Some will be altered more than others. The goal is to have a cohesive album that can be listened to as a whole, rather than just a hodgepodge of songs (can you use the word "hodgepodge" in an official press release? I don't know…but I did…twice).
The disc will be released on the band's previous label, The Militia Group.