KLARK KENT, the solo alter-ego of The Police drummer Stewart Copeland, is to have a comprehensive compilation of his work released next month.
Under the secretive guise of Kent, Copeland released the punkish single 'Don't Care' - intended for The Police but which Sting didn't like - in the summer of '78, scoring a minor hit. this was followed by a handful of further singles and an eponymous album in 1980.
A new fully remastered double-vinyl edition of the album adds non-album singles plus two previously unreleased tracks. The CD version adds a second disc of previously unreleased demos.
Set for release through BMG on 17 November, Klark Kent (Deluxe) is available to pre-order here.