For a small but passionate subset of the population, D'Angelo's 2000 sophomore album Voodoo is a point of fanaticism. It achieved universal critical acclaim at the time it was released, and is one of the few albums to somehow become both a commercial success and a cult classic. Part of this can be explained by D's 12-year hermitage, a period where he struggled with drugs and alcohol, and failed to produce music he was proud enough of to release. But with his recent comeback tour with Mary J. Blige, his funky appearance at the BET awards, and now the rerelease of that landmark album, the patience of his fans appears to be paying off. The release will feature original artwork, interviews with individuals involved with the making of the album, and other goodies. It will be out December 11th on Modern Classics Recordings/Light in the Attic, but preorder is open now.