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Souvenir Edition - Out Now


Souvenir Edition - Out Now


OPSHOP has released "Second Hand Planet", a souvenir edition that includes a DVD featuring a whopping 17 new songs plus all of their music videos to date (11 in total) and live concert footage.

While on their Big Energy In A Can theatre tour earlier this year, Opshop recorded a song about each town and city they visitedL 17 in total. They recorded those songs and made them available free on their website for their fans to enjoy, to say thanks for the support this year. www.opshop.co.nz
2008 has been a stand out year for Opshop. After their first album You Are Here went platinum they released Second Hand Planet, which has heralded two of the most played singles on radio in the last two years: "Maybe" and "One Day".

They won the most coveted song writing award in NZ, the APRA Silver Scroll, this year. Soon after that they scooped up four of the most prestigious Vodafone NZ Music Awards: Highest Selling Album, Highest Selling Single, Most Played Song at Radio and Single Of The Year.

This special Souvenir Edition of Second Hand Planet is beautifully repackaged with not only the album but some of their best footage (11 videos and live footage) and a whopping 17 new songs making it one of those unique pieces that live in a CD collection for decades.

Don't miss them on tour with Autozamm this summer!

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