Heaven 17 / The Luxury Gap Expanded 2CD+DVD Deluxe Edition

Heaven17 / The Luxury Gap 2CD+DVD deluxe edition

Heaven 17‘s second album The Luxury Gap will be reissued in similar fashion to debut Penthouse and Pavement back in 2010, with a three-disc deluxe edition scheduled for 22nd October.

A bonus CD of remixes will sit alongside a DVD of promo videos and live performances from 2009. The packaging will be the familiar ‘lift-off lid’ box used for many EMI deluxe editions, most recently the two-CD version of the Pet Shop Boys’ Elysium. Expect postcards and a booklet within.

PRE-ORDER The Luxury Gap 2CD+DVD deluxe edition

Track listing

CD 1

  • 1. Crushed By The Wheels Of Industry
  • 2. Who’ll Stop The Rain
  • 3. Let Me Go
  • 4. Key To The World
  • 5. Temptation
  • 6. Come Live With Me
  • 7. Lady Ice And Mr Hex
  • 8. We Live So Fast
  • 9. The Best Kept Secret

CD 2

  • 1. Let Me Go (Extended Mix)
  • 2. Temptation (Extended Mix)
  • 3. Who’ll Stop The Rain (Extended Mix)
  • 4. We Live So Fast (Extended Mix)
  • 5. Come Live With Me (Extended Mix)
  • 6. Crushed By The Wheels Of Industry – Parts 1 & 2
  • 7. Let Me Go (Instrumental)
  • 8. Crushed By The Wheels Of Industry (Extended Dance Version)
  • 9. Temptation – Brothers In Rhythm Remix


Promo Videos

  • 1. Let Me Go
  • 2. Temptation
  • 3. We Live So Fast
  • 4. Come Live With Me
  • 5. Crushed By The Wheels Of Industry

Night Of The Proms – Hannover 16/12/09

  • 6. Temptation
  • 7. Come Live With Me
  • 8. The Best Kept Secret / Let Me Go

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I suppose the only good thing is it’s only £7.99 to preorder from Play.


A great disappointment after the exemplary PENTHOUSE & PAVEMENT box set. Where are the demos? Rare tracks? DVD documentary about the making of the album?

Probably too late for a Swing Out Sister-type reconsideration, so this will surely go down as a missed opportunity.


There is one track on this that has never appeared on CD before Let Me Go (Instrumental) the rest are easily obtainable. I bet they also use the 2006 remaster for the main album in the same way they did with the recent P&P box set. Yet again Song With No Name (New Version) has been ignored.

Mar Mixa

Isn’t practically all of this stuff more or less available already? The (excellent) 2006 version contained most of these bonus tracks, the popular re-released version is available on the Sight & Sound CD+DVD plus all the promos. More would be needed to justify this release.