After teasing a “special announcement” promising “something really good,” Ryan Adams has detailed an expanded reissue of his 2000 solo debut, Heartbreaker, due out next month.

As the ad at the top of the page indicates, the deluxe reissue will span 35 tracks across two-CD and four-LP box sets. That will include previously unreleased outtakes and demos. It will also boast exclusive photos and a never-before-seen DVD of an 11-song acoustic solo show from Adams dating back to October 2000 -- a month after the album’s original release. (The promo includes footage of Adams covering Oasis’ “Wonderwall,” which the singer later recorded and released on his 2004 full-length Love Is Hell.) Check out photos of the vinyl box set at the bottom of the page.

The Heartbreaker reissue is slated for a May 6 release. You can pre-order the album digitally or on CD or vinyl at iTunes, Amazon or Adams’ own Pax-Am Records.

Adams first reissued the original 15-track Heartbreaker in May of last year. That September, he returned with his full-album cover of Taylor Swift's 1989.