How to Pronounce reissue?

Correct pronunciation for the word "reissue" is [ɹiːˈɪʃuː], [ɹiːˈɪʃuː], [ɹ_iː__ˈɪ_ʃ_uː].

"Reissue" in context

Reissues are records that have been released again after the original material has been out of print for some time. They are often limited edition vinyls, CD's, cassette tapes, and other types of physical media, but digital reissues are becoming more and more common. Reissues are often released to celebrate certain music anniversaries or historic milestones, or simply to make existing music accessible to a new generation of listeners.

Reissue albums can create new interest in an artist's music, giving longtime fans an opportunity to experience older material in a new way, or discover older music they weren't aware of.

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