Richard H. Kirk – the sole remaining founding member of experimental/industrial group Cabaret Voltaire – will release two box sets on Mute Records on December 2. The collections span the electronic pioneer’s solo catalog prior to and during his time with Cabaret Voltaire, with one set dedicated to his work as alter ego Sandoz. The eight disk Richard H. Kirk – #7489 (Collected Works 1974 – 1989) follows the evolution of Kirk’s otherworldly experimental/dance floor hybrid sound. The set includes the two-CD Earlier/Later album, newly re-mastered versions of Disposable Half Truths, Time High Fiction, Black Jesus Voice, and Ugly Sprit, the previously unreleased Super Duper Soul. The five CD Sandoz – #9294 (Collected Works 1992 – 1994) documents Kirk’s work as Sandoz, which fused African sounds and European electronica. The set includes the previously unreleased album Sandoz Runs the Voodoo Down, the Digital Lifeforms (Redux) double album, and the long out-of-print and newly re-mastered Intensely Radioactive and Dark Continent albums.