Out This Week / on 16 October 2015

Peter Gabriel / 2LP Vinyl Reissues

Peter Gabriel’s first four self-titled solo albums are being made available on vinyl for the first time since 2002. These are deluxe double 180g vinyl sets, half-mastered and cut to lacquers at 45RPM. Read more

Jean-Michel Jarre / Electronica

Jean-Michel Jarre / Electronica

Jean-Michel Jarre‘s new album sees him collaborate with artists such as Vince Clarke, Pete Townshend and 3D from Massive Attack. Some limited (and signed) deluxe box sets are available.  Read more

John Cooper Clarke / Anthologia 4-disc box

John Cooper Clarke / Anthologia

Punk poet, John Cooper Clarke sees 40 years of work distilled into a four-CD or 2LP collection. The former includes a DVD with which features rare footage. Read more

Jack Bruce / Sunshine of Your Love: A Life in Music (2CD)

35-track anthology that celebrates the highlights of Jack Bruce‘s career covering his output with Cream and solo work. Good value.

Rage Against The Machine / Live at Finsbury Park

A blu-ray (or DVD) release of Rage Against The Machine‘s free concert in London’s Finsbury Park in 2010 which celebrated their unlikely Christmas number one with Killing In The Name.

The Kinks / Sunny Afternoon (2CD)

With the hit musical Sunny Afternoon approaching its first birthday, here’s a companion compilation of original Kinks classics including nine top 5 UK singles as well as some rarities from the BBC archives.

The Complete Professionals (3CD)

This three-CD round up of all studio recordings by English punk rockers The Professionals (the band featured Sex Pistols’ Steve Jones and Paul Cook) includes seven previously unreleased BBC session tracks plus nine unreleased studio demos.

Level 42 / 5 Classic Albums (5CD)

Budget, but great value compilation includes, five Level 42 albums: Level 42, Pursuit of Accidents, True Colours, World Machine, Running In The Family.

Fairport Convention / 5 Classic Albums (5CD)

If Level 42 isn’t your ‘thing’ then here’s an opportunity to explore Fairport Convention‘s first five albums at a similarly cheap price.

Various Artists / Back to the Future OST  (vinyl pic disc)

Limited edition picture disc vinyl LP pressing of the original motion picture soundtrack to the Back To The Future.

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Level 42 ‘5 Classic Albums’ set is currently in Sainsbury’s stores incorrectly marked up at £3.
Not just a one-off error in my local store, either – I’ve seen it in a couple more stores too.
Took mine to the checkout where the till came up at £9, stuck my bottom lip out and did the sad eyes look, and the member of staff amended the till back to £3.


Hadn’t seen abut The Professionals set until this, but now resides loud and proud in my colelction!!!

Many thanks Paul.

Paul H

Level 42 put back to Nov 20 according to Amazon.


Why does the Level 42 set skip over Standing In The Light? (and, related I suppose, why has this always been the hardest-to-find on CD for the same price as their other Polydor albums)?


What..nothing by Mr Bowie this week?


@fredpostman: If you have Money lying around please send it to me. ;o)


Amazon’s BTTF Pic Disc is expensive – more than £10 Cheaper with other online sites!

CJ Feeney

Just got an email (13:40) from UPS to say my PG albums are in the post, expected tomorow. Very excited about that.


Snap! I figure that UPS will be busy with vinyl bundles tomorrrow


Just seen mine after a hard day re-assembling my Hi -Fi and AV set up, not without problems so looking forward to getting these.

CJ Feeney

Wednesday morning and still no sign of it. So much for a Tuesday delivery!

Looking at the tracking page. Real World seem to have printed off the labels then done bugger all with them.

CJ Feeney

At the risk of appearing to be talking to myself.

My LPs arrived yeserday at lunchtime, and I spent the evening and this morning trying to download the 96/24 files to my tablet (which meant removing stuff to make room for the zip files then removing the zip files after un zipping in order to make room for the next download)

This is the first time I have downloaded such high res files and I was surprised at how big they are – approx 1.5GB each.

While waiting for the downloads to sort out I put the 2nd (Scratch) album on the turntable. All sounded fine until I put side 3 (Indigo) on – lots of surface noise at the start. I adjusted the tone arm weight and cleaned the stylus but it still persisted.

I’m going to listen to the other LPs over the weekend and decide if I need to return them. All LPs showing as out of stock at Peter Gabriel.com, so may just sit on them if they can’t be replaced. The high res files sound great. I bought the first four albums in the 80’s on either nasty cheap vinyl or cassette so this is a real treat.

If PG has any influence with his old friend Kate Bush maybe he can persuade her to give her first four albums the same treatment.