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R.E.M. Monster [25th Anniversary Edition] Please note: the tracklisting is detailing the Double LP edition. R.E.M.’s ninth album, Monster, was released at a time when the band were coming off the peak of their mainstream success, following Out of Time (1991) and Automatic For The People (1992). Coming from a long break in touring (the band famously didn’t tour with the two previous records), Monster represented an intentional shift in R.E.M.’s sound, a “return to rock” with guitar laden, simple arrangements. It was released to strong reviews and significant global success – reaching #1 on Billboard, and least 7 other countries. The album includes the singles; “What’s The Frequency, Kenneth?,” “Crush with Eyeliner,” “Bang and Blame,” and “Strange Currencies.” In 1995 the band promoted that album with their first concert tour since 1989 (although several band members suffered health problems). 5CD + 1 Bluray Boxset MONSTER 25 DELUXE EDITION INCLUDES A COMPLETE ALBUM REMIX FROM PRODUCER SCOTT LITT, PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED DEMOS, RARE CONCERT RECORDING FROM 1995, EXTENSIVE VIDEO FOOTAGE AND NEW LINER NOTES MULTI-PLATINUM-SELLING 1994 ALBUM FROM ALT-ROCK PIONEERS INCLUDES “WHAT’S THE FREQUENCY, KENNETH?” “STRANGE CURRENCIES” AND “CRUSH WITH EYELINER” Craft Recordings CD | LP
Saint Etienne Tiger Bay (Deluxe) Deluxe boxset contains: - Double LP (Tigers Bay) - 12" (Tiger Bay - Tapestry) - CD (Remains Of The Day) - Booklet - 24" x 12" poster - 'Band biography' print-out - 'Press release' print out - Stickers - Download code - packaged in a lift-off lid box Heavenly
Flexipop! The Book FLEXIPOP! Was the most bizarre pop magazine that ever made its way onto a newsagent's shelves. Eventually we got found out and it was banned. But for three years from 1982-83 we had fun, fun, fun 'til our daddy took the T-Bird away. So open up this time capsule of love with its flexible red vinyl (Spandau Ballet - 'Gold (Live 1983) and Marc Almond - 'Sleaze') and check out the dark musicalal styles that flourished in the 1980's. Flexipop!
Wilco Being There (Deluxe Edition) A deluxe reissue of the second studio album from Wilco, originally released in 1996. This new remastered edition includes the original album as well as a range of rare and unreleased tracks. Being There (Deluxe Edition) builds on the original album with loads of never-before-heard songs, alternate takes and live performances and will be available as a five-CD collection. Wilco maintained the gravitas of roots music it established on A.M. creating the 21st century version of folk music it later perfected on records like Yankee Hotel Foxtrot and The Whole Love. Being There mixes happy-go-lucky rockers and ballads, with two signature songs from the Wilco canon – “Misunderstood” and “Sunken Treasure.” This album includes 15 bonus tracks released for the first time, including alternate versions of tracks “I Got You” and “Say You Miss Me”, as well as Wilco’s 20-song performance at the Troubadour from November 12, 1996, combining songs from A.M. and a few Uncle Tupelo tracks. Also included are four songs the band played on radio station KCRW on November 13, 1996. As a touring band, many of these songs can be found on Wilco’s current set-list as notable fan favorites that have evolved over the years. CD | LP
The Fall A-Sides 1978-2016: Deluxe 3CD Boxset The Fall is an English post-punk band, formed in Manchester in 1976. The band has existed in some form ever since, and is essentially built around its founder and only constant member Mark E. Smith. Initially associated with the punk movement of the late 1970s, the group's music has gone through several stylistic changes over the years, characterised by an abrasive guitar-driven sound and frequent use of repetition, and is always underpinned by Smith's distinctive vocals and often cryptic lyrics. The band is noted for its prolific output: as of February 2016 they have released over 31 studio albums, and more than triple that counting live albums and other releases. This is the first collection of all the Fall singles recorded across a multitude of labels and this edited 3-CD set features all of the A-Sides. The discs have been re-mastered by Fall engineer Andy Pearce and come with a newly designed book in a box. Cherry Red CD
The Rolling Stones Their Satanic Majesties Request (50th Anniversary) The 50th anniversary of this classic record from the legendary rock band The Rolling Stones. Features both 180g vinyl and hybrid SACD versions of the mono and stereo editions of the album. Recorded at London’s legendary Olympic Studios during the heady days of the ‘Summer of Love’, in a landscape of fervent creativity – Pet Sounds, Sgt Pepper, Hendrix, the Velvet Underground and The Who – Satanic Majesties stands out as a dramatic landmark. Amongst the song highlights are the beautiful She's A Rainbow with its elegant harmonies, piano intro and strings, the powerful, riff-driven Citadel and the imposingly dark cosmic rocker 2000 Light Years From Home. ABKCO LP
The Jam 1977 (40th Anniversary) 40th Anniversary edition boxset of legendary rock / mod-rock band The Jam's debut year when they release two albums and three singles. 5 CDs, a 144-page book, postcards all housed in a box. The Jam became one of the most popular bands to emerge from the English punk rock scene of ’77 and had a phenomenal impact on pop music and wider youth culture. In their short career, they achieved 18 consecutive Top 40 singles in the UK (including 4 number 1s) and released 6 ground-breaking albums and went on to influence a generation with their music, style, politics and inspiration. - Disc 1 - ‘In The City’ - Debut LP from May 1977. Using albums by The Who and Dr Feelgood and the live thrill of the Sex Pistols as a template the Jam created their exhilarating debut album which includes hit single In The City, live favourite (and suggested single) Art School and Paul Weller’s most ambitious early song – Away From The Numbers. - Disc 2 – ‘Demos’ includes 11 demos made for the first album – 6 of which are previously unreleased. - Disc 3 - ‘This Is The Modern World’ the follow-up album, released a few months after debut in late 1977, with iconic Gered Mankowitz cover shot. Includes the rousing hit single The Modern World and some of Weller’s early introspective gems – Life From A Window and I Need You (For Someone), as well as The Combine, a track that pointed markedly towards the next album All Mod Cons. - Disc 4 – ‘Live’ includes the previously-unreleased concert from the ‘Nashville’ – September 10th 1977, featuring material from the first two albums. Also features the two legendary John Peel sessions from 1977. - Disc 5 – a DVD featuring TV appearances and promo videos from 1977. UMC / Polydor CD
Depeche Mode Some Great Reward (The 12" Singles) Depeche Mode embraced the power of 12" vinyl and the avenues of innovation it opened up. The 12" single allowed the band to explore new sonic possibilities while the physical beauty of the packaging gave Depeche Mode room to develop a sophisticated and commanding visual aesthetic. Depeche Mode used their singles discography as a means of offering left field remixes and other delights for their fans. Each box set in the series will contain the singles from each Depeche Mode album on audiophile-quality 12" vinyl, with audio mastered from the original tapes at the legendary Abbey Road Studios. The artwork for the exterior of each of the new box sets draws on street art iconography inspired by the original releases, while the vinyl sleeves themselves feature the original single artwork. The Some Great Reward | The 12" Singles box includes select live recordings from the Liverpool Empire Theatre, recorded September 29, 1984.
Depeche Mode Construction Time Again (The 12" Singles) Depeche Mode embraced the power of 12" vinyl and the avenues of innovation it opened up. The 12" single allowed the band to explore new sonic possibilities while the physical beauty of the packaging gave Depeche Mode room to develop a sophisticated and commanding visual aesthetic. Depeche Mode used their singles discography as a means of offering left field remixes and other delights for their fans. Each box set in the series will contain the singles from each Depeche Mode album on audiophile-quality 12" vinyl, with audio mastered from the original tapes at the legendary Abbey Road Studios. The artwork for the exterior of each of the new box sets draws on street art iconography inspired by the original releases, while the vinyl sleeves themselves feature the original single artwork. The Construction Time Again | The 12" Singles box includes three reproductions of limited singles which each feature four bonus live performances recorded at London's Hammersmith Odeon on October 25, 1982.