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Depeche Mode Music For The Masses Sony Music's Depeche Mode limited 12" vinyl singles collector's box set project continues with the release of "Black Celebration: The 12" Singles" and "Music For The Masses: The 12" Singles". Each of these definitive box sets contains 12" vinyl singles contemporaneous to either "Black Celebration" (1986) or "Music For The Masses" (1987). Both pivotal releases in the Depeche Mode canon, these albums advanced the band's musical mission, moving the DM sound from industrial pop into darker atmospheric emotional territory. "Black Celebration: The 12" Singles" contains the four original 12" releases from the album plus a 12" vinyl version of the limited edition "A Question Of Lust" cassette release, available for the first time internationally in this collection. "Music For The Masses: The 12" Singles" includes the seven original and special edition 12" vinyl singles from the album. LP
The Streets The Hardest Way Vinyl reissue of the third full length album from The Streets, originally released in 2006. RHINO LP
Imogen Heap Speak For Yourself LP on 180g yellow/transparent coloured vinyl. Imogen Heap’s second album Speak for Yourself fuses her strong voice with electronic soundscapes and alternative rock movements. Frou Frou’s vocalist created this vulnerable atmosphere by searching for different ways to explore her emotions. On the hit single “Hide & Seek” she takes the minimalism to the extreme. The songs begins to drive as her mood becomes very upbeat and happy about the loss and getting over a relationship. While listening to “Goodnight and Go” you’ll hear an impressive guitar solo provided by the legendary guitarist Jeff Beck. It’s an all in one package where the music speaks for itself. Imogen Heap is known for her being part of the short-lived project Frou Frou. Afterwards she started a successful solo career. Speak for Yourself is available as a limited edition of 2.000 individually numbered copies on coloured (yellow & transparent mixed) vinyl. The package includes a 4 page booklet with pictures and lyrics. Music On Vinyl LP
Late of the Pier Fantasy Black Channel (10th Anniversary) Deluxe LP is packaged in a lenticular sleeve, /500. Both LPs include a digital download of rare demos and oddities (26 tracks). Late Of The Pier announce a special 10th anniversary edition of their cult debut album ‘Fantasy Black Channel’, produced by Erol Alkan and released in 2008 to great acclaim. Fittingly, the reissue will be released on a limited lenticular edition of 500, alongside a standard edition both with heavyweight vinyl. Both reissues are accompanied by a digital companion album of unreleased demos and outtakes from the album recording sessions. Phantasy Sound LP
Metronomy Nights Out (10th Anniversary) The tenth anniversary edition of Metronomy's big breakthrough album Nights Out. Included with a second disc that features a range of unreleased demos, rarities and b-sides. "An album that, unquestionably, marks him out as one of the UK's most promising new producers" - The Guardian (2008) "What started out sounding like a simple little home-grown electro record has uncoiled itself over a summer of listens into a multi-layered party playlist that gurgles out anthems without pause." 9/10 – NME (2008) Because Music LP
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.
Blondie Heart Of Glass EP A 6-track EP from the iconic Blondie, taken from their breakthrough hit album Parallel Lines. This new EP features remixes, demos and an unreleased alternative version. The song that burst Blondie out of the bowels of the Bowery to #1 on the charts, “Heart of Glass” was the pivotal moment in punk’s choreographed slam-dance with the mainstream. Inspired by Kraftwerk and Giorgio Moroder, Blondie transformed their campy “Once I Had A Love” into a Roland-driven juggernaut and never looked back. Explored and exploded via six distinct versions remastered from the original analogue tapes, the history of “Heart of Glass” is documented here in a copious essay and its art reimagined by noted American illustrator Shepard Fairey. UMC LP
The Human League Secrets Following a greatest hits compilation in the late 90s the Human League signed to the Papillon label. The line-up of Philip Oakey, Susan Sulley and Joanne Catherall recorded the “Secrets” album, with keyboard player Neil Sutton, who co-wrote most of the songs with Oakey, and programmer David Beevers providing the trademark Human League sound. The album’s release in 2001 was preceded by the single “All I Ever Wanted”, but both the single and album lost promotion and sales when Papillon ran into financial difficulties and was closed shortly after the album’s release. This 2LP edition features the original album over the first three sides, while the newly-added fourth side features a non-album B-side, along with one rare remix each of “All I Ever Wanted”, “You’ll Be Sorry” and “Love Me Madly?”. Demon LP