PICTURE: Paul McCartney / New 2CD+DVD Collector's Edition

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Here’s the first picture of Paul McCartney‘s forthcoming 2CD+DVD Collector’s Edition of his 2013 album New.

The colourful set is presented in a hardcover book and has yet another variant of the front cover (created by design consultancy YES). This deluxe edition offers two previously unreleased New session tracks and Japan-only bonus track Struggle as well as a generous amount of video material on the DVD.

Prices for this have been quite volatile over the last few weeks but the current Amazon UK price-tag of £22 is close to the cheapest it’s been.

New Collector’s Edition is released on  27 October 2014.

Track listing: New Collector’s Edition (2CD+DVD)

Disc 1

1. Save Us
2. Alligator
3. On My Way To Work
4. Queenie Eye
5. Early Days
6. New
7. Appreciate
8. Everybody Out There
9. Hosanna
10. I Can Bet
11. Looking At Her
12. Road
13. Turned Out
14. Get Me Out Of Here Plus Scared (hidden track)

Disc 2
1. Struggle (previously available only in Japan)
2. Hell To Pay (previously unreleased)
3. Demons Dance (previously unreleased)
4. Save Us (Live at Tokyo Dome 2013)
5. New (Live at Tokyo Dome 2013)
6. Queenie Eye (Live at Tokyo Dome 2013)
7. Everybody Out There (Live at Tokyo Dome 2013)

Disc 3 – DVD
01. Something New (documentary)
02. New Interview (Bang & Olufsen Presents The Living Room Tour: Launching Paul McCartney’s Album ‘New’)

03. The Promo Tour
03.1. MGM Grand for iHeartRadio Music Festival, Las Vegas, 21st September 2013 03.2. Hollywood Boulevard with Jimmy Kimmel, Los Angeles, 23rd September 2013 03.3. NBC Studios with Jimmy Fallon, New York, 7th October 2013
03.4. Times Square, New York, 10th October 2013
03.5. The Shard, London, 15th October 2013
03.6. BBC Maida Vale Studios, London, 16th October 2013
03.7. The London Studios with Graham Norton, London, 17th October 2013
03.8. Covent Garden and HMV Oxford Street, London, 18th October 2013

04. Music Videos
04.1. Queenie Eye
04.2. Save Us
04.3. Appreciate
04.4. Early Days
04.5. Making Of Queenie Eye
04.6. Making Of Appreciate
04.7. Making Of Early Days

Total DVD Running Time: 1 hour 58 minutes

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thank god I don’t buy cd’s anymore ! viva el torrents !

I burned the japanese version when it was out…

…will just have to burn another cdr plus a dvdr


Strange indeed. Had this on order with Amazon for the last month. It was due today. However overnight had an email to say they had no idea when it would become available. Could buy from and American seller if I wanted. Its not on UK iTunes but is on other countries iTunes and on UK Spotify. Odd all round. The two (or three) extra tracks are pretty good.

Joe Wiz

This has gone to unavailable on Amazon. Anyone any ideas why?

Le Baron

Does the size of this edition match the size of the other ‘Paul McCartney Archive collection’ hardback reissues?


Think i’ll wait for this one to go on clearance.

Chris Straub

Bought this album twice the first time around. Once from Amazon and once more for the Best Buy exclusive material. Not buying it a third time. As George W. Bush once said: “Fool me once, shame on…….shame on you….. Fool me….uhhh..… You can’t get fooled again.”

Mike Cox

A wee bit too close to the original release for me to spend the money again. Good luck record company making those dollars, pounds and euros!! Some good cuts on the album but not my favorite. If you don’t have “Chaos” that should be in your collection before this one.


Didn’t get round to buying ‘New’ on original release so quite happy to pay for this set.


whoop dee doo

Ian Botham

When you release a new album why not just bring one song out every month with a bonus track but add £2 to the purchase price each time?

Then release the full album with a bonus track we don’t have.

Then release the full album with a bonus track we don’t have plus a DVD?

Then release the full album with a bonus track we don’t have plus a DVD plus a handwritten note explaining why record companies need to continually take the piss?

You know really squeeze every last drop out of it?


Singles are out by Mister Macca