Limited to 500 copies.
A Maximum High "Bowling Ball Coloured" Triple Vinyl
'In Colour’ - Shed Seven Live at The Hanover Grand
Max-HiRange - Demonstration Tape CD
Exclusive Signed Art Print
A Maximum High ’96 UK Tour Pass
Originally released on 1st April 1996, A Maximum High is Shed Seven’s crowning recorded achievement to date, charting at number 8 and remaining on the Official UK Album Charts for a triumphant 37 weeks. The record spawned five hit singles: ‘Where Have You Been Tonight?’, ‘Getting Better', ‘Going For Gold’, ‘Bully Boy’ and ‘On Standby’, with the York band making appearances on Top Of The Pops no less than four different times during a momentous year.
A Maximum High 25th Anniversary Box Set, which includes the A Maximum High 25th Anniversary 3LP, In Colour - Shed Seven Live At The Hanover Grand LP, Max-HiRange - Demonstration Tape CD, an exclusive signed art print and A Maximum High UK tour laminate, all in one lidded box.
In Colour captures Shed Seven’s legendary concert at The Hanover Grand on 30th January 1996, the London show of a tour to promote the release of the single ‘Getter Better’. With a setlist that included songs from the previous album Change Giver plus then-new material and B-sides, the concert recording is a timely chance to hear songs from A Maximum High make their live debut. While tracks from this concert have previously appeared as B-sides on the single of ‘Bully Boy’, for this release the band have reunited with Chris Sheldon, the producer of A Maximum High, to create a new mix of the concert from the source master tapes, resulting in seven previously unreleased tracks.
Max-HiRange - Demonstration Tape is an exclusive CD featuring previously unheard demos, instrumentals and acoustic tracks, all taken from the 1995/1996 A Maximum High era.
Alongside the three new music formats, A Maximum High 25th Anniversary Box Set includes an exclusive art print signed by the band and A Maximum High UK tour laminate, all in one custom lidded box; the ultimate collector's keepsake of a classic Shed Seven album.
Regarding the upcoming release Shed Seven frontman Rick Witter said: “It’s been great revisiting the album for this special 25th Anniversary release. As well as reminiscing about those heady days in the mid 90’s it’s also great to hear the album remastered. The special edition B-side collection was only ever available on CD back in the day so it’s nice to be able to finally make it available on vinyl. It’s time to immerse yourself in A 2021 Maximum High.”