The Breeders' Last Splash - one of the most treasured albums of the '90s alternative rock explosion - will be newly reissued with a small but intriguing selection of bonus material. The 1993 album was given the deluxe treatment for its 20th anniversary in 2013 - but, it turns out, the original analog tapes could not be located to create that set. In the decade since, they've been successfully located, and in addition to newly-remastered favorites like "Cannonball" and "Divine Hammer" on the new reissue, a pair of unearthed outtakes on the same analog reels will be released for the first time. "Go Man Go," now available as a single, was a co-write between Breeders frontwoman/bassist Kim Deal and Black Francis, her former bandmate in The Pixies. The other track is an alternate version of "Divine Hammer" with vocals from Dinosaur Jr. singer J. Mascis. The Last Splash reissue comes out as a 3LP set (with the two unheard tracks on a single-sided 12" with etching) or single CD. The vinyl is cut at half-speed by Miles Showell at Abbey Road and will be available in black or clear variants. A 10" booklet in the vinyl will contain lyrics and unseen portraits of the band, while the CD will be a Japanese-style mini-replica of the original LP done by Ichikudo Printing Co., Ltd.