Famed actor and musician Corey Feldman has announced an all-new box set titled Love Left 2.1, a celebration of the early years of his music career (1986-1994). Showcased throughout four CDs, two DVDs, and more, the stunning box set features unreleased music, a remixed and remastered version of his debut album Love Left, and Love Left 2: Arm Me with Love, a sequel to his debut album and his first full length studio album of all new music in six years.
Available for pre-orders on Monday, November 22nd, the box set will be officially released just in time for the holidays on December 11th. In celebration of the 30th anniversary of his debut album Love Left, this compilation will only be available in physical formats and will not be released digitally.
Featuring musical guests Michael Damian, Lita Ford, Don Dokken, Mickey Thomas (Starship), Hunt Sales, Roberta Freeman (Pink Floyd), Curtis Young, and BLAZAR, the included DVDs contain unreleased home videos, film clips, and rare photos of Feldman alongside Dizzy Reed (Guns N’ Roses), Drew Barrymore, Corey Haim, Michael Jackson, Alfonso Ribiero, Wil Wheaton, Nicole Eggert, John Preston, Rick Springfield, Rain Pryor, Sean “Hollywood” Hamilton, and many more. This box set is a must-have for all Corey “Feldfans”.
“I am thrilled and elated to finally share this long-lost treasure trove of music and videos from my earliest memories performing on stage, including some of the songs that eventually became cult classics through the film soundtracks I had the pleasure of working on,” said Feldman. “I think this is a unique collection that any lifelong fan would not want to miss out on. What a cool present to open up on Christmas morning!”
The Love Left 2.1 Box Set features an original design heart shaped box illustrated by Howard Teman (who did the original Love Left album art) and graphic designed by GRAMMY-nominated artist Mark London. In addition, it has brand new, state-of-the-art hologram introduction by Corey that magically appears on top of each box (viewable by a QR-code accessed by your cell phone).