Just in time for the holidays, Gillis has reissued his breakthrough 2006 release, Night Ripper, as a two-LP set on 180-gram vinyl. The album features hours of material collected from two years of live shows – including 300-plus samples – meticulously edited together into a seamless mix that makes it easy to understand why Girl Talk live shows sell out in hours.

A limited edition, two-LP, 180-gram pink vinyl version will also be available for $100, with 100% of the proceeds going to charity organization mycharity: water, a non-profit group dedicated to providing clean and safe water to people in developing nations.

Gillis’ goal is to find at least 50 people to shell out for the special edition so that he and his label, Illegal Art, can pay to build a well that will provide clean water to a community in need for 20 years.

Both vinyl versions of Night Ripper are available here and complete info on mycharity: water is available here. Girl Talk’s first two albums, Secret Diary and Unstoppable, are also available via Illegal Art’s “pay what you want” plan on the label’s Web site.

Gillis has been on the road pretty much non-stop for the past two years, becoming a fixture on the festival circuit with appearances at Coachella, Lollapalooza, Treasure Island, Monolith, Virgin MobileFree Fest, Sasquatch, All Points West, the Detroit Electronic Music Festival and more.

After a sold out New Year’s Eve show at Chicago’s Congress Theater, he’ll head down under to Australia and New Zealand for the Big Day Out Festival (Jan. 15, 17, 22, 23, 26, 29, 31), with a couple of other stops squeezed in for good measure.

For more info on mycharity: water or to find out how you can help, visit mycharitywater.org.