Afghan Whigs' landmark debut, 'Gentlemen,' is turning 21 this year, and the guys are planning to celebrate in style.

The Cincinnati alternative outfit has announced they'll reissue the album as 'Gentlemen at 21,' a deluxe edition featuring remastered audio of all 11 songs along with rare B-sides, live performances and previously unreleased demos on Oct. 28 via Rhino.

According to a statement on the band's website, the eight demos were all recorded at bassist John Curley's Ultrasuede studio space in Cincinnati, and the B-sides include 'Mr. Superlove,' a cover of the soul classic, 'Dark End of the Street,' and three songs that originally appeared on the 'What Jail Is Like' EP.

The reissue will be available digitally, as a two CD set and as a single remastered LP. A triple-LP deluxe edition will also be issued on Nov. 28 as part of Record Store Day.

Afghan Whigs' Official Music Video for 'Gentlemen'

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