Out This Week / on 18 Sep 2015


a-ha / Hunting High and Low (super deluxe edition)

Massive 30th anniversary set to celebrate a-ha‘s 1985 debut. This five-disc collection houses an incredible amount of material – including demos, early versions, remixes and promo videos – within a ten-inch hardcover book format. Read more

David Gilmour / Rattle That Lock CD+Blu-ray

David Gilmour / Rattle That Lock

David Gilmour‘s fourth studio album, Rattle That Lock, is available as CD+Blu-ray or CD+DVD deluxe editions – both with 5.1 surround sound mixes and bonus video content. Read more


Supergrass / I Should Coco deluxe reissue

After a two-week delay, I Should Coco,  Supergrass‘ amazing 1995 debut is reissued as a three-CD deluxe is packed with great content and the vinyl reissue comes with a bonus coloured vinyl seven-inch.  Read more

Cliff Richard / 75 at 75 compilation

Cliff Richard / 75 at 75  (3CD)

New three-CD Cliff Richard retrospective which provides a solid overview of a career that spans an impressive 50 years. Superb value too. Read more

The Bluetones / Return to Last Chance Saloon (deluxe edition)

Double CD deluxe reissue of The Bluetones second album Return to The Last Chance Saloon. Contains selected non-album tracks and live material. LP version also available.Read more

The Jimi Hendrix Experience box set (4CD)

Repackage of the acclaimed The Jimi Hendrix Experience box set into a new hard back book format. This was first released in 2000 and features previously unreleased concert and studio recordings from 1966-1970 (tip: Amazon France price is great).

Grateful Dead / 30 Trips Around The Sun: The Definitive Story (4CD)

This 31-track live Grateful Dead collection features 30 previously unreleased live recordings. Read more

Keith Richards / Crosseyed Heart

Keef returns with a new solo album. Crosseyed Heart is the belated follow-up to 1992’s Main Offender and features guitarist Waddy Wachtel and a duet with Norah Jones. Read more

Taste / Live at the Isle of Wight (expanded CD)

An expanded CD of Rory Gallagher‘s early band Taste, Live at the Isle of Wight. This includes four additional tracks which were not included on the original 1971 album. The band were to split soon after this appearance. This release is also available on blu-ray.

Elvis / Live in Las Vegas (4CD box)

This comprehensive collection of Elvis’ Vegas appearances (89 recordings across an almost 20-year period) is a compact repackage of the 2003 release. Read more

The Essential James Taylor (2CD deluxe)

New James Taylor collection includes hits, rarities and live tracks across two CDs.

The Herbie Hancock box

Another repackage of a previously released set from Sony, this time The Herbie Hancock box which is a four-CD retrospective of the Columbia era.

Grease/ Original Soundtrack (2LP)

‘Limited’ double vinyl LP reissue of the classic (and massive selling) Grease soundtrack from 1978. Comes in a gatefold sleeve, like the original.

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Jimi Hendrix and Marc Bolan must have the most abused back catalogues of dead musicians ever. At least in the case of Hendrix the family controls the estate so presumably benefit financially, unlike Marc Bolan’s family. Absolutely shameful.


I agree with you re Marc Bolan, Bob. It’s a terrible treatment of Marc’s legacy and his family.

Sadly, I think that what remains of Jimi’s family are selling as much as they possibly can in as many formats as they can.

Michel D.

I received an email from Amazon.co.uk that Supergrass’ I Should Coco was again delayed, to 9 October this time.

Phil Wilson

The 4 new tracks were on the 2013 reissue, so this is a reissue of that, I suspect in smaller packaging.


As I am someone who bought the original Hendrix box set, I am a bit miffed, to say the least, that the money grabbing Hendrix estate have now added on 4 “new” tracks to tempt Jimi’s fans to purchase it again.


I wasn`t aware of the 4 new tracks, what are they?


Ya. Considering they re-released it maybe a year ago in the old format.
Miffed? Maybe. But with the amount of unreleased material lying around [look at the take numbers in some releases] you’ll never get everything. I didn’t compare but unless these 4 tracks are brand spanking new never before released songs, I really don’t care.
The way they are cranking out material for a guy with a half dozen studio albums under his name…


Being a recent convert to jazz of the left field variety I think I`ll take a punt on the Herbie Hancock box, nice price too.

Those of you haven`t got the Jimi Hendrix box and are tempted – get it, it`s great.


A stray ‘The Th’ at the top of your article :-)