ZTT Records will release a new two-disc compilation in October to mark their thirtieth anniversary. The label was founded in 1983 by NME journalist Paul Morley, record producer Trevor Horn, and businesswoman Jill Sinclair.
“The Organization of Pop: Music from the First Thirty Years of ZTT Records” features 28 tracks by Frankie Goes to Hollywood, Propaganda, The Buggles, 808 State and other ZTT artists. The album also includes previously unreleased mixes of tracks by Art of Noise, Nasty Rox Inc. and Das Psycho Rangers.
“The Organization of Pop: Music from the First Thirty Years of ZTT Records” will be released on October 15th and can be pre-ordered here.