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Joyful Noise to release of Montreal box

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David Barnes's cover for the of Montreal box.
  • David Barnes's cover for the of Montreal box.
A year after they put together a massive Joan of Arc retrospective, Indianapolis-based Joyful Noise Recordings will do much the same for indie-glam outfit of Montreal, releasing a 10-cassette box set spanning the Athens, Ga.-based band's entire 14-year discography. The limited edition set will include each of the band's full-length albums, starting with Cherry Peel (1997) and ending with False Priest (2010).

Each set comes in an individually numbered wooden box featuring original artwork by David Barnes (brother to of Montreal frontman Kevin Barnes and longtime art director for the band), inside of which will be 10 cassettes, as well as an instant MP3 download code for all 10 albums. The 500 set limited edition is available now for pre-order at $75, or $100 after Sept. 19. Kevin Barnes, performing as DJ List Christee, will headline a Broad Ripple Music Fest kickoff show Oct. 15 at Connor's Pub.

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