Jamiroquai / Deluxe 2CD reissues

Jamiroquai / Travelling Without Moving 2CD Deluxe reissue

Sony Music will release Jamiroquai‘s first three albums as two-CD deluxe editions on 11 March 2013 (in the UK) to celebrate 20 years since their first album on the label.

Emergency On Planet Earth (1993), The Return Of The Space Cowboy (1994), and Travelling Without Moving (1996) have been remastered and come with bonus discs of B-sides, live performances, and rarities, including unreleased BBC archive material.

All come with a 20-page booklet, featuring lyrics and a 2,000-word essay on the album, written by Jay Kay. Full details and track listings below…

Jamiroquai / Emergency On Planet Earth 2CD Deluxe Edition

Jamiroquai / The Return Of The Space Cowboy 2CD Deluxe Edition

Jamiroquai / Traveling Without Moving 2CD Deluxe Edition

Track listings:

Emergency On Planet Earth:

Disc: 1

  • 1. When You Gonna Learn? (Remastered)
  • 2. Too Young To Die (Remastered)
  • 3. Hooked Up (Remastered)
  • 4. If I Like It, I Do It (Remastered)
  • 5. Music Of The Mind (Remastered)
  • 6. Emergency On Planet Earth (Remastered)
  • 7. Whatever It Is, I Just Can’t Stop (Remastered)
  • 8. Blow Your Mind (Remastered)
  • 9. Revolution 1993 (Remastered)
  • 10. Didgin’ Out (Remastered)

Disc: 2

  • 1. When You Gonna Learn? (Cante Hondo Mix)
  • 2. When You Gonna Learn? (Live at the Leadmill, Sheffield)
  • 3. Too Young To Die (Extended)
  • 4. If I Like It, I Do It (Acoustic)
  • 5. Emergency On Planet Earth (London Rican Mix)
  • 6. Revolution 1993 (Demo Version)
  • 7. Didgin’ Out (Live at the Milky Way, Amsterdam)
  • 8. Brothers Like You (Live at Glastonbury, 1993)
  • 9. God Made Me Funky (Live at Glastonbury, 1993)
  • 10. Music Of The Mind (Live at Glastonbury, 1993)
The Return Of The Space Cowboy:
  • 1. Just Another Story (Remastered)
  • 2. Stillness In Time (Remastered)
  • 3. Half The Man (Remastered)
  • 4. Light Years (Remastered)
  • 5. Manifest Destiny (Remastered)
  • 6. The Kids (Remastered)
  • 7. Mr Moon (Remastered)
  • 8. Scam (Remastered)
  • 9. Journey To Arnhemland (Remastered)
  • 10. Morning Glory (Remastered)
  • 11. Space Cowboy (Remastered)

Disc: 2

  • 1. Light Years (4 To Da Floor Mix)
  • 2. Space Cowboy (David Morales Mix)
  • 3. Space Cowboy (Demo Version)
  • 4. Morning Glory (Instrumental)
  • 5. Stillness In Time (Edit)
  • 6. Space Clav
  • 7. Light Years (Live at the Theatre Du Moulin)
  • 8. Scam (Live)
  • 9. Journey To Arnhemland (Live)
  • 10. We Gettin’ Down (Live)

 Travelling Without Moving:

Disc: 1

  • 1. Virtual Insanity (Remastered)
  • 2. Cosmic Girl (Remastered)
  • 3. Use The Force (Remastered)
  • 4. Everyday (Remastered)
  • 5. Alright (Remastered)
  • 6. High Times (Remastered)
  • 7. Drifting Along (Remastered)
  • 8. Didjerama (Remastered)
  • 9. Didjital Vibrations (Remastered)
  • 10. Travelling Without Moving (Remastered)
  • 11. You Are My Love (Remastered)
  • 12. Spend A Lifetime (Remastered)
  • 13. Funktion (Ruff Mix)

Disc: 2

  • 1. Virtual Insanity (Salaam Remi Remix)
  • 2. Cosmic Girl (Quasar Mix)
  • 3. Alright (Alan Braxe and Fred Falke Remix)
  • 4. High Times
  • 5. Do You Know Where You’re Coming From?
  • 6. Bullet
  • 7. Slippin’ ‘N’ Slidin’
  • 8. Hollywood Swinging
  • 9. Alright (Live at the Verona Amphitheatre)
  • 10. Virtual Insanity (Live at the Verona Amphitheatre)

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just bought twom its good as the rest of the albums


colin jones again im enjoying the 2 cd set of eope still good price I hope the new album is great as the rest of them me and jay kay are lovers of Ferraris its a shame I cant drive


I paid both cds 6 pounds in fop but the twotm was 8 pounds why is that but still good prices at fopp

Phil Wilson

Been listening to Return of the Space Cowboy and the version of Stillness in Time seems to be the same on both discs. The album version is 4.16 (ish) and so is the”edit” that features on disc 2. According to Wikipedia, the radio edit was around 3.43 and the extended version was 6.13. Wikipedia also lists this 6.13″vinyl version” as it was known as being on disc 2 of the reissue but the cover says edit, and to my ears, the version on there is the same version as on disc 1? Otherwise I am impressed, whilst some tracks are missing, what is there sounds great and flows nicely.

Hadleigh Ford

Just received my copies of EOPE and TWOM. Must admit, as an avid fan I made sure I collected all the CD singles. The only new tracks for me are the live at Glastonbury tracks and the live in Verona.
I’m a bit confused with the TWOM booklet, it lists lyrics for Slippin’ ‘N’ Sliding’. Yet the track itself (Like the previously released Bside) is instrumental.
Was this supposed to be a new vocal version of the track or were these lyrics written and never recorded?
I am in agreement with the comments above, all 3 albums could have had a live show DVD included and that would have been amazing!
Maybe they are saving all the unreleased stuff for a boxset or collection. I’ve noticed there is a Jamiroquai Pledgemusic page for the 20th anniversary ;-)


So it seems like one of the 3 extended mixes from the vinyl version is included: the 10-minute mix of “Too Young to Die”. The 6-odd minute versions of “When you gonna learn” and “If I like it, I do it” are missing. So until the posts here, I didn’t even know that LP had extended mixes on it. For those of you who’ve listened to the LP version – what are we missing? Are the long mixes of “learn” and “I do it” vastly superior to the CD versions?

Benjamin Newson

A big yes

alex stassi

Any word on whether the !st CD of Emergency on Planet Earth will have the full length versions of the tracks that were only featured on the vinyl edition? A massive mistake if they haven’t done this

Jon J

I have to say that I find the tracklistings for these rather disappointing. They do a reasonable (although far from comprehensive) job of collecting together B-sides and some remixes from the era, but any Jamiroquai fan will already have pretty much all of these on CD from the singles of the time. There’s nothing genuinely ‘rare’ or unreleased on these.

It’s shame they didn’t go for the option of including a full live concert, at least for the Emergency on Planet Earth and Space Cowboy releases – several were recorded and the live arrangements were often quite different from the album versions. There are few live tracks on the tracklists, but these are mainly already available on the singles and, apart from Scam, these weren’t particularly good examples of what the band could do live.

Phil Wilson

I am always a little dubious with WOWHD, as I am never 100% sure they are genuine, often they have the little silver holographic stickers on that far east imports have (which strangely annoy me) but I never feel confident they are 100% official. I may be wrong, but had the same feeling when they were CDWOW.
Listed to EOPE today, can’t believe it is 20 years old. As a set, and for around £10 I think it looks great and I am very excited about the release.

Roelant van Zevenbergen

Although there are many mixes missing, I tend to like deluxe editions that you can listen in one spin without hearing the same track more than once in a row. From the pictures I figured that the packaging was also done nicely, so I did order them without hesitating. The price was only €10,99 for each cd at WOW HD.

Phil Wilson

Also, the sainsburys.co.uk website (which only delivers to the UK) has all 3 of these at £8.99 each.

Phil Wilson

Was quite excited when I first saw these though there are tracks definitely missing. One thing I was looking forward to was that disc 2 of EOPE was supposed to have the extended mix of “If I like It, I Just Do It”, Wikipedia said so, however on the tracklisting above this has been changed to the acoustic version, which was a b-side. The extended mix was only on the vinyl version of the LP so it would have been nice to have it on CD. Some of the tracks are arounf the 10 minute mark, so whilst there will be spare space, they are still fairly lengthy. On CD 2 of EOPE, the live version of When you gonna learn? is just short of 10 minutes, Too young to die extended is 10 minutes as it the demo of Revolution 1993. The live tracks on the others tend to be quite long too. I think the Glastonbury tracks on EOPE may be unreleased. I would have liked EOPE to maybe have had a multi-disc box set, not sure it was popular enough to warrant it but they did some awesome live shows around this time, including some with a 30 minute When You Gonna Learn and lots of unreleased tracks / jams / ideas.


I’m not very fond of Jamiroquai, but I don’t think these reisssues are very complete… I mùay be wrong , but I think that some B-sides and Unreleased tracks could have been found, no? It was also big times for remixes, so I think there are many mixes missing… (Each time, Cd2 are only 10 tracks, so I can think that they wasted som space on each CD…)