Sonic Youth's Goo, a landmark album in the history of alternative rock, receives the Deluxe Edition treatment with digital remastering and the addition of rarities and unreleased recordings. The two-CD Goo - Deluxe Edition, expands the original 1990 album with outtakes, b-sides, rehearsal recordings, demos and the audio from a tongue-in-cheek promotion-only interview flexi disc.
Disc Two, previously unreleased instrumentals "Isaac" and "Can Song" join a cover of the Beach Boys' "I Know There's An Answer" recorded for the Smiles, Vibes And Harmony compilation and the promotion-only Goo interview flexi disc. Also heard are 11 demos, highlighted by extended versions, a pre-Chuck D "Kool Thing" and near-nine-minute "Blow Job" (aka "Mildred Pierce"), actually one of the first SY songs ever written. The demos were widely bootlegged before the band issued them via their fan club. They are heard remixed and remastered for the first time on Goo - Deluxe Edition.