Classic reissues from January–June 2015
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Released 22 June 2015
- It’s only a cliché because it’s true, but the greatest records are timeless. Black Mountain’s self-titled debut album is just such a record. It is a new classic rock, with reference points arcane and clear, its sound fresh, unfamiliar and irresistible. The work of a small collective of musicians operating from Vancouver, Canada, far from any industry buzz but firmly in the eye of their own storm of creativity, Black Mountain’s debut album was, of course, a beginning.
Released 8 June 2015
- Regarded as one of The Rolling Stones’ all-time great albums, Sticky Fingers captured the band’s trademark combination of swagger and tenderness in a superb collection. The classic album features timeless songs such as ‘Brown Sugar’, ‘Wild Horses’, ‘Bitch’, ‘Sister Morphine’ and ‘Dead Flowers’, and showcases the inventive song-writing of Mick Jagger and Keith Richards and formidable guitar licks from Mick Taylor.
- All deluxe and super-deluxe formats will feature a generous selection of previously unavailable material. These include the alternative version of the chart-topping single ‘Brown Sugar’ featuring Eric Clapton; unreleased interpretations of ‘Bitch’, ‘Can’t You Hear Me Knocking’ and ‘Dead Flowers’; an acoustic take on the anthemic ‘Wild Horses’; and five tracks recorded live at The Roundhouse in 1971, including ‘Honky Tonk Women’ and ‘Midnight Rambler’.
- This release contains the classic album fully remastered, plus a bonus CD featuring previously unreleased alternate takes and live performances with a 24-page booklet.
Released 25 May 2015
- Originally released in 2010 as a DVD/ Blu-Ray, Anesthetize captures Porcupine Tree at the peak of their powers at the 013 Tilburg, Holland in October 2008. Directed by long-time collaborator Lasse Hoile, the 130-minute concert film and first official retail release of the accompanying audio CDs includes a complete performance of Fear Of A Blank Planet alongside fan favourites such as ‘Halo’ and ‘Sever’. Porcupine Tree released their last album, The Incident, in 2009, marking another step forward in the band’s incredible journey from a solo studio project created by Steven Wilson in the late eighties to a multi-Grammy nominated act and one of the world’s most revered live bands, selling out arenas across the globe and wowing fans with their incredible performances. Steven Wilson is currently enjoying global chart success with his fourth solo album, Hand. Cannot. Erase. Anesthetize is packaged in a media book featuring 2 CDs and a DVD in a floating wallet with a 24-page colour booklet featuring stunning pictures from the shows.
- Heartbreaker is the debut solo studio album by Ryan Adams, originally released on 5 September 2000 on Bloodshot Records and long unavailable in any format. This is arguably Ryan’s masterpiece and, 14 years on, the songs still form the mainstay of his live set. The album was recorded over fourteen days at Woodland Studios in Nashville, Tennessee and has since established itself as one of alt-country’s most iconic records.
- Shortly after being formed by Joseph Hill Kenneth Paley and Albert Walker in the mid-seventies, Culture joined the roster of Kingston-based producer Joe Gibbs, for whom they recorded a stream of Roots classics, including the 1977 breakthrough hit, Two Sevens Clash. The following year, the group signed with Richard Branson’s recently launched Virgin Front Line imprint, and provided the label with four sublime albums, produced by Sonia Pottinger, between 1978 and 1979: Harder Than The Rest, Cumbolo, International Herb and Black Rose. Widely acclaimed upon their release, the first three of these albums soon became regarded as roots classics; however, Black Rose was never released. Now, more than 35 years later, this long-lost masterpiece finally sees its long-overdue release on this 2-CD collection, which contains all four Front Line albums – Culture’s complete recorded works for the esteemed label.
Released 18 May 2015
- This the second of our Ultravox vinyl re-issues, 1982’s Quartet. Pressed on 180g vinyl using the 2009 remasters. The album comes in limited edition white vinyl, and initial copies include a bonus 7" white vinyl single featuring ‘Serenade’ (7" edit) and ‘The Voice’ (live fan club flexidisc version).
Released 27 April 2015
- The most extensive reissue of the Emerson Lake & Palmer masterpiece to date. This deluxe 2-CD+DVDA digipack format includes fully remastered audio, new high-resolution stereo mixes, 5.1 mixes by Jakko Jakszyk, a previously unheard version of ‘From The Beginning’, digitally restored artwork, a 16-page booklet with new liner notes and photos.
- The next release in the continuing series of reissues of the entire catalogue by legendary classical rock band Sky. The album’s success followed a highly memorable concert by the band at Westminster Abbey in London on 24 February 1981, which was recorded and broadcast by BBC Television.
Released 23 February 2015
- This is a deluxe package, in 3 CDs or 3 LPs, of Led Zeppelin’s sixth album, Physical Graffiti, with the original artwork plus newly created negative artwork for the companion audio.
- The original album is newly remastered on 2 discs, while the third disc features previously unreleased studio out-takes. Includes a die-cut square slipcase to hold 3 wallets, booklet, U-card, slipcase prints and a 16-page booklet.
Released 16 February 2015
- The next instalment in the re-release programme of all of Nick’s albums onto vinyl.
Released 9 February 2015
- Continuing the re-release of all Nick Cave’s work on vinyl. Finally Murder Ballads arrives. Murder Ballads is the ninth studio album by Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, released in 1996. As its title suggests, the album consists of new and traditional murder ballads, a genre of songs that relays the details of crimes of passion. ‘Where The Wild Roses Grow’ was a hit single and received two ARIA Awards. Guest musicians on the album include Kylie Minogue, PJ Harvey and Shane MacGowan.
- It was the band‘s biggest commercial success to date, most likely helped by the unexpected repeated airplay of the ‘Where The Wild Roses Grow‘ video on MTV, who even nominated Cave for their Best Male Artist award of that year, though this nomination was later withdrawn at Cave‘s request.
- Murder Ballads received almost unanimous critical praise with Rolling Stone awarding it 4 Stars and Entertainment Weekly rating the album very highly as well. Q magazine had this to say: “…Musically, The Bad Seeds touch on tinkling cabaret jazz, country-paced morbidity and every morose station between”, while it ranked Number 7 in the NME‘s 1996 Critics‘ Poll.
- This vinyl release complements the recent deluxe issue on CD+DVD, which presents the album in 5.1 surround sound.
Released 26 January 2015
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