A French translation by Serge Lefaure of the Tim Mitchell biography Sedition and Alchemy is published in march by Camion Blanc:
France, March 2005
Paperback, 15 x 21 cm , 329 p.
The Wrong Way Up album reissue has a different cover and contains bonus tracks:
UK & Rest of the World
Features in the Don Letts' documentary Punk: Attitude. First broadcasted on Channel 4 (UK). The documentary places the roots of punk in the sixties (The Velvets, MC5, Stooges). Released as 2 discs DVD set.
The three albums with archival recordings are released as a 3 CD/ 5 LP box set. Contains a libretto and two bonus tracks - Les Evening Gowns Damnées and Silent Shadows on Cinemaroc Island.
Release of the Process soundtrack. Three tracks are available on Suicide, a very limited edition 22+ Minutes 10" LP.
The Cale produced Stooges' debut album gets the 2 Disc DeLuxe Edition treatment. Includes four tracks in the original mix:
The 2010 Handmade edition has all the original mixes. I Wanaa Be Your Dog is included on the Conflict & Catalysis: Productions & Arrangements 1966-2006 compilation album (2012)
Letter From Abroad is on the High Fidelity Reference CD No. 77, that comes with the Danish/Swedish magazine High Fidelity.
Another original John Cale mix for the Stooges' debut album is released as the b-side of the 1970 7" 45rpm single: Not Right, not included on the reissued album.
A live performance of Paris 1919 with Alejandro Esvocedo taped on March 18 appears on the double cd KGSR Radio Austin Broadcasts, Vol. 13. Cale plays keyboard, Escovedo guitar. Other musicians on this recording: David Polkingham - guitar; Susan Voeltz - violin; Brian Standefer - cello; Matt Fish - cello. Hallelujah was performed (and aired) also, but is not featured on the album.
In A Flood is included on the Uncut CD Uncut Presents The Year's Essential Music: 2005 of the December issue.