Jangly Australian duo the Go-Betweens were one of the best, most cultishly beloved indie rock bands of the ’80s, but it sure hasn’t been easy to find their records since then. Domino intends to change all that. The label has just announced the impending release of G Stands For Go-Betweens Volume One, a box-set collection that could mark a major reappraisal of a band that’s always deserved one. The set collects the band’s first four albums, released between 1978 and 1984, on both vinyl and CD. And it also includes a 112-page book of liner notes, many of them written by the band’s own Robert Forster. And if you’re one of the first 600 people to order the set, Forster will randomly grab one book from his late bandmate Grant McLennan’s personal library, sign it, and send it to you. You can find details on the set here. It’s out 1/20 of next year.