Simon & Garfunkel's albums are being remastered, repackaged and reissued once again -- and just in time for Christmas.

The seminal folk duo, who started working together as teenagers and enjoyed an incredible run of hits from the string of albums they released between 1966-70 before separating to pursue solo careers, will be honored with 'Simon & Garfunkel: The Complete Albums Collection,' which is being billed as the "most comprehensive" anthology culled from a catalog with no shortage of them.

S&G fans will no doubt recall the many boxes and best-ofs that have already compiled these albums, including 1981's 'Collected Works,' 1997's 'Old Friends' and 2000's 'Tales From New York.' 'The Complete Albums Collection' lives up to its title, however, bundling together 11 LPs -- including the soundtrack to 'The Graduate,' 'Simon & Garfunkel's Greatest Hits' and the live releases 'The Concert in Central Park,' 'Old Friends Live on Stage,' 'Live From New York City 1967' and 'Live 1969.'

According to the label, all the studio albums have been newly remastered from first-generation analog sources, and the box boasts first-time-ever remasters for 'The Graduate' and 'The Concert in Central Park.' 'The Complete Albums Collection' will arrive in stores on Nov. 24, and is available for pre-order now.

Simon & Garfunkel, 'The Complete Albums Collection'
'Wednesday Morning, 3.A.M.' (originally released 1964)
'Sounds of Silence' (originally released 1966)
'Parsley, Sage, Rosemary & Thyme' (originally released 1966)
'The Graduate' (soundtrack) (originally released 1968)
'Bookends' (originally released 1968)
'Bridge Over Troubled Water' (originally released 1970)
'Simon and Garfunkel's Greatest Hits' (originally released 1972)
'The Concert in Central Park' (originally released 1982)
'Old Friends Live on Stage' (originally released 2004)
'Live From New York City 1967' (originally released 2002)
'Live 1969' (originally released 2008)