Nitzer Ebb / Body Of Work coloured vinyl

Limited edition 4LP set • Red and white vinyl • 32 tracks

Mute will reissue Nitzer Ebb‘s 2006 compilation Body Of Work as a 4LP coloured vinyl set in March.

Two vinyl records will be pressed on RED vinyl with the other two on WHITE vinyl and this will be available to the world outside North America (where Mute don’t own the rights). The set will come with a download card.

Last year saw the release of the massive vinyl box 1982-2010 (via Pylon Records) and you can watch an unboxing video of that set here.

Nitzer Ebb have announced several live dates for 2019, including Germany, Belgium and at the Infest festival in the UK in August. More dates are expected to be announced. Meanwhile this new vinyl edition of Body of Work will be released on 8 March 2019. This is the first item in a new re-release campaign of the band’s catalogue (from Mute) on vinyl and CD.

Side A
Isn’t It Funny How Your Body Works
Warsaw Ghetto
Let Your Body Learn
Join In The Chant

Side B
Control I’m Here
Hearts And Minds
Lightning Man

Side C
Fun To Be Had
Getting Closer
Family Man
Come Alive

Side D
I Give To You
Kick It
I Thought

Side E
Get Clean
Join In The Chant (Gold!)
Control I’m Here (Strategic Dancefloor Initiative Mix)

Side F
Hearts And Minds (Mix Hypersonic)
Shame (Mix Two)
Captivate (William Orbit Mix)

Side G
Backlash (William Orbit Mix)
Fun To Be Had (Long Mix)
Ascend (Remix)

Side H
Out Of Mind (Maitresse Mix)
Lakeside Drive (Remix)
Kick It (Popular Music Mix)
I Thought (Final Sin)

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Certainly can’t argue with that price! Thanks Paul!

Glen Withonen

That really is great pricing for a quadruple vinyl set! I hope the Mute CD reissues of the NE albums are somewhat more comprehensive than the Pylon releases which left off a number of key tracks, particularly from the early NEP/This Total Age period. Looking forward to more news regarding this reissue campaign.

Billy D

I would be surprised if Mute made their own masters so it will probably be the same tracks on each disc. As far as the unused ‘key tracks’, perhaps there were various reasons or maybe being saved for another compilation.

daniel payne

love that CD of the early years from there first album


Good to see this reissue series kick off tho a little concerned that there is not that much additional material considering the Plyon releases plundered a lot of whatvalready appeared in U.K. on the Body of Work remix 2CD.

Whilst in subject of Mute artists this looks VERY interesting and is due in May:


Blimey, look at the cast list! Lovely to see Mute honouring Craig Gill’s memory too.

Fiver says there are complaints on the Steve Hoffman forums about the mastering…

Dr Volume

Yeah – and you can bet SDE readers will complain about the lack of 4’33 in 5.1 Surround Sound, and the lack of the 3’23 7″ edit.


I sent in an extended remix. Still waiting to hear if they will use it. Might only be digital. And I submitted a Dolby 7.1 True HD mix for their 3d video. Fingers crossed.


Ordered from amazon.Thanks for letting us know about this one. I was well impressed with my box set of coloured vinyl ordered from Pylon and it was great seeing you unpack it all too, this will suit that boxset in the same vein – but might be a squeeze in.

I wish Nitzer Ebb would come out with some more material. 2017’s Blackline album has yet to be made into a physical form here in the UK, but this one will be another stop gap until it does. Anyone interested in more Douglas McCarthy songs should check out DJEDJOTRONIC’s album RUR on clear vinyl. The track that Doug features on is very Nitzer Ebb-like.

Robert Morgenstern

Thank you Paul. Ordered. Good price for an 4 disc set.

Tom from FIN

Wow, that is a ridiculous for 4 vinyls and also colored! Never wittnessed such pricing. Cheers, Paul! Must consider.