MPL/Capitol/UMePaul McCartney will continue his ongoing reissue campaign with the release of a remastered and expanded version of his 1989 solo album Flowers in the Dirt on March 24, 2017. The record, which includes several songs co-written by Elvis Costello, will be available as a Super Deluxe three-CD/DVD box set, a Special Edition two-CD collection and a two-LP vinyl package.

The Special Edition set contains a newly-remastered version of the original album, two bonus CDs featuring unreleased demos for songs McCartney and Costello co-wrote, digital downloads of additional unheard demos, a DVD with various music videos, three new short films featuring archival footage and a making-of documentary titled Put It There, originally was released on VHS.

The box set also comes packaged with a 32-page notebook containing McCartney’s handwritten notes and lyrics; a 64-page photo book with images from the “This One” video; a catalog for the late Linda McCartney‘s 1989 Flowers in the Dirt photo exhibit; and a 112-page book focusing on the making of the album. That book includes new interviews with McCartney and Costello, information about each track, album and single artwork and unpublished photos snapped by Linda.

Flowers in the Dirt peaked at #6 on the Billboard 200, and topped the U.K. albums chart. It featured the hit single “My Brave Face,” a McCartney-Costello co-write that reached #25 on the Billboard Hot 100. In addition, Pink Floyd guitarist David Gilmour lent his talents to the song “We Got Married,” while the late, legendary Beatles producer George Martin created the string arrangement for “Put It There.”

To check out full details about the Flowers in the Dirt reissue’s various editions, visit PaulMcCartney.com.

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