Shoegaze legends My Bloody Valentine have announced plans to reissue their entire back catalog on May 8, including remastered editions of the Irish quartet's watershed 'Isn't Anything' and 'Loveless' albums, plus a two-disc set that will include EP releases, outtakes, unreleased tracks and other rarities.

MBV mastermind Kevin Shields personally remastered both 1988's 'Isn't Anything' and 1991's 'Loveless' at London's Metropolis Studios for the reissues, and 'Loveless' will come as a two-disc set with the second disc mastered from the original ½ inch analogue tapes it was recorded on. True to its name, 'EPs 1988-1991:' will compile all four MBV EPs -- 'Feed Me With Your Kiss,' 'You Made Me Realise,' 'Glider' and 'Tremolo' -- along with a selection of rare cuts previously available only to fans with an eBay account and extremely deep pockets.

My Bloody Valentine reunited in 2007 and performed their first shows in 15 years, driving rumors that Shields was finally getting ready to release the band's long-awaited follow-up to 'Loveless.' They've played a handful of gigs since, but no new album is on the horizon. Guess this will have to do for now.

The track listings for the remastered versions of 'Isn't Anything' and both versions of 'Loveless' will remain unchanged from their original editions. Check out the 'EPs' running order below.

My Bloody Valentine's 'EPs 1988-1991:' Track Listing
'You Made Me Realise'
'Cigarette in Your Bed'
'Drive It All Over Me'
'Feed Me With Your Kiss'
'I Believe'
'Emptiness Inside'
'I Need No Trust'
'Don't Ask Why'
'Off Your Face'
'To Here Knows When'
'Honey Power'
'Moon Song'
'Instrumental no. 2'
'Instrumental no. 1'
'Glider (full-length version)'
'Good for You'
'How Do You Do It'