It’s easy to assemble a compilation that documents a musical movement or scene after the fact. Not to dismiss Rhino’s many impressive box sets, but all you need are dedicated and opinionated researchers and a passel of lawyers to negotiate the rights. But capturing a scene as it emerges is like catching lightning in a bottle. NME did it so well with C86 that the movement eventually took its name from the legendary 1986 compilation. The deluxe reissue brings the original 22 tracks to CD fleshed out with two more discs of tracks by like-minded bands.