John Cale's M:FANS Will Be The Last Remake (Top Story)

On Monday John Cale's M:FANS Will Be The Last Remake was a top story. Here is the recap: (Classic Rock) John Cale says he won't remake any of his other albums after his reimagining of Music For A New Society arrives this month. Cale's M:FANS is released on January 22 via Double Six/Domino on 2CD, with the second disc including a remastered version of the original record featuring three previously unreleased bonus songs.

The former Velvet Underground man decided to remake his 1982 solo record in the wake of ex bandmate Lou Reed's death in 2013. But despite being thrilled with the results, Cale won't take on any similar projects.

On whether he has plans to remake any other albums, Cale tells the Guardian: "Not at all. I get the opportunity to do that anyway when I do a concert. I like tearing them apart and reassembling them. It keeps my interest.

"I get bored really easily. In April we have this Velvet Underground anniversary concert in Paris. That's going to be all about rearranging them again. You're always rearranging the furniture on the Titanic anyway." Read more - here.

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