Power pop fans who missed the Raspberries’ here-today-gone-tomorrow reunion tour in 2005 will soon get another chance to see the band live. On October 13, at the Highline Ballroom in New York City, original members Eric Carmen, Wally Bryson, Jim Bonfanti, and Dave Smalley will re-group for a one-off show. Tickets are priced at $50.

The event is being staged in support of Live on Sunset Strip, a 2-CD/1-DVD set released July 31 on Rykodisc Records. Recorded in October 2005 at the House of Blues in Los Angeles, the set includes 21 tracks plus a DVD featuring five performances culled from the L.A. show. Avid Raspberries fan Bruce Springsteen penned the liner notes, praising the Raspberries as “THE great underrated power pop masters” and characterizing the 1974 hit “Overnight Sensation (Hit Record)” as “one of the great mini-rock opera masterpieces of all time.”

A truncated, 13-track “greatest hits” version of the set is also available from Rykodisc, but true devotees should check out a special offering at the band’s website. Available exclusively at raspberriesonline.com is a limited edition package that includes a DVD of the entire House of Blues concert, behind-the-scenes footage, vintage video material, and other rarities. The set is priced at $125—plus shipping and handling of course—which is roughly the value of a mint condition copy of the Raspberries 1972 debut album, assuming of course the album’s trademark scratch-and-sniff sticker is intact.