Alison Moyet is to reissue deluxe editions of the three albums she made in the 2000s.


Out on October 2, Hometime, Voice and The Turn each come with a second disc of bonus material. The albums will be available on download, 2CD sets and vinyl featuring one vinyl album with the bonus material on a download card. Signed editions of each album are available from Moyet’s website,

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Released in 2002, Hometime was produced by Massive Attack cohorts The Insects. The bonus disc includes eight B-sides, demos of two album tracks, fanclub-only song Skipping Stones plus two previously-unreleased songs, How Long and Sea Child.

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Orchestral covers album Voice, from 2005, is produced by Anne Dudley from The Art Of Noise. Its bonus disc is the 19-song live show recorded at London club The Hospital, previously only available as a DVD.



Produced by Moyet with her regular writing partner Pete Glenister, 2007 album The Turn’s bonus disc includes two B-sides, a Jeremy Wheatley remix of A Guy Like You, ten songs recorded on tour in 2008, a previously-unreleased single edit of The Sharpest Corner and a cover of Kirsty MacColl’s Head, recorded at a MacColl tribute concert at Shepherds Bush Empire in 2010.

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The Turn was Moyet’s last album before her most recent release, The Minutes, from 2013. Moyet said of the reissues: “These years might find themselves in your ears. I am pleased they resurface, and my pleasure is always enough to be going on with.”