In 1995 Joe Zynczak, who co-wrote “Love You” with Sandy, purchased the rights to the master recordings of The Free Design and began to seek out a record label to reissue the albums. Despite having been mostly out of sight for over 20 years, The Free Design still had a following. Joe worked with record labels in Japan (Shinko), Spain (Siesta), and the United Kingdom (Cherry Red) to release singles and compilation albums and a Best Of album was released in the USA by Varese Sarabande Records. He also soon found Light In The Attic Records in Seattle, WA who released new vinyl versions of the original seven albums as well as reissuing them all on CD for the first time. The reissues were very popular and their successful return to the scene led to a fantastic “re-design” of many of The Free Design songs by today’s artists on a remix album put out by Light In The Attic appropriately entitled The Free Design – The Now Sound Redesigned. The Redesigned album included over a dozen reinterpretations from today’s finest music-makers: Madlib, Belle & Sebastian’s Chris Geddes & DJ Hush Puppy, Danger Mouse & Murs, Nobody, Caribou (formerly known as Manitoba), Super Furry Animals, Stereolab & the High Llamas, Kid Koala & Dynomite D., Koushik & Dudley Perkins, and more.