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LĪVE have revealed they are re-releasing their biggest album, Throwing Copper, for its 25th anniversary.
The album, which featured the hits “Selling the Drama”, “I Alone”, “Lightning Crashes” and “All Over You”, went on to sell 8 million copies.
The reissue will feature three bonus tracks, which includes the would-have-been-a-hit-in-1994-but-didn’t-make-the-finished-album rocker, “Hold Me Up”. The song was used in a scene in Kevin Smith’s Zack & Miri Make a Porno, but remained unreleased on until now. You can hear “Hold Me Up” below.
The deluxe reissue of Throwing Copper will feature the band’s entire Woodstock ’94 performance.