Out This Week / on 2 November 2018

Bob Dylan / More Blood, More Tracks: The Bootleg Series Vol 14 CD, Vinyl, Box Set

Columbia Records/Legacy Recordings release the Bob Dylan box set that fans have really been waiting for. More Blood, More Tracks: The Bootleg Series Vol. 14 is available as a six-CD set that includes “every surviving take” (including the complete New York sessions) from the 1974 studio recordings made by Bob Dylan which resulted in his 1975 classic Blood On The Tracks. The SDE shop has some stock at a great price.

David Shire / Original Soundtrack to The Conversation Vinyl

Trunk Records release David Shire‘s haunting soundtrack to Francis Ford Coppola’s 1974 film The Conversation on vinyl for the first time. Stupendously good film and a brilliant music to go with it.

Suede / Studio Albums 93 to 16

Delayed from last week… Studio Albums 93 to 16 a new 10LP Suede box set that brings together Suede’s five original studio albums and Bloodsports and Night Thoughts from 2013 and 2016. Limited coloured vinyl version has gone, but black vinyl edition still available.

Jeff Beck / Jeff Beck's Guitar Shop blue vinyl Vinyl

Jeff Beck‘s 1989 album Jeff Beck’s Guitar Shop is reissued on vinyl with a limited quantity of transparent blue-coloured editions being made available. Some stock in the SDE shop.

The Moody Blues / In Search of the Lost Chord box set CD, DVD

The Moody Blues‘ third album, In Search of the Lost Chord is reissued as a five-disc, 50th anniversary box set in November. Includes new stereo mix, 5.1 surround mix and much more.

Various Artists / June 1, 1974 Vinyl

The classic live album June 1, 1974 will be reissued on 180g black vinyl. This is a highly limited one-off pressing of 1000 units. Check out the SDE shop.

Art of Noise / In No Sense? Nonsense! 2CD deluxe edition

Art of Noise / In No Sense? Nonsense! deluxe edition CD

The Art of Noise‘s 1987 album In No Sense? Nonsense! is reissued as a two-CD deluxe edition in November.

Steven Wilson / Home Invasion: In Concert at the Royal Albert Hall

Steven Wilson / Home Invasion: In Concert At The Royal Albert Hall CD, Blu-ray, DVD

Steven Wilson releases his concert film, Home Invasion: In Concert At The Royal Albert Hall, on various audio-video formats. A special limited edition 5LP vinyl box set is out next year.

Yazoo Vinyl, Box Set

Four Pieces is a 4LP vinyl box set that contains both of Yazoo‘s long-players, plus albums of remixes and BBC Sessions. It includes art prints and a poster. Due to ‘fan power’ a 3CD ‘Three Pieces’ is also available!

Bruce Springsteen / Vinyl reissues Vinyl

Sony break open this year’s Bruce Springsteen Album Collection, Vol. 2 vinyl box set and offer each remastered long-player individually.

OMD / Half-speed mastered vinyl reissues Vinyl

As part of a year of 40th anniversary celebrations OMD are to reissue their first four albums on 180g vinyl, mastered at half-speed by Miles Showell at Abbey Road.

Mott The Hoople / Mental Train: The Island Years 1969-1971

Universal Music issue Mental Train: The Island Years 1969-1971, a new Mott The Hoople box set which delivers everything the band recorded during their time at Island Records, including many bonus tracks and unreleased material.

Eagles / Legacy box set CD, Vinyl

Rhino issue Legacy, a new Eagles box set that collects seven studio albums, three Live Albums, singles, B-sides, and (in the case of the CD box) two concert videos.

Joni Mitchell / Love Has Many Faces 8LP vinyl Vinyl

Joni Mitchell‘s 2014 CD collection Love Has Many Faces comes to vinyl with the news of a luxury limited edition 8LP box set which features the same 53 tracks as the previous package.

Nick Cave & Warren Ellis / The Proposition soundtrack Vinyl

Nick Cave and Warren Ellis’ soundtrack for 2005 film The Proposition receives a first vinyl release.

Simply Red 2003-2007 / 4LP vinyl box set

Simply Red / 2003-2007 4LP vinyl box Vinyl

Simply Red‘s three albums released in the ‘noughties’, under the band’s own simplyred.com label, are issued on vinyl for the first time and collected in 2003-2007 a new 4LP vinyl box set. The fourth LP is a bonus disc of remixes.

Metallica / ...And Justice For All CD, Vinyl, Box Set, DVD

Metallica continue their impressive reissue campaign with another enormous super deluxe edition box set, this time for their 1988 album …And Justice For All. 21 disc in total! Availability of this seems limited already…

The League of Gentlemen / Vinyl Cuts vinyl box set

The League of Gentlemen / Vinyl Cuts Vinyl

Delayed from last week, this lavish coloured vinyl box set celebrates British comedy TV series The League of Gentlemen. The 12LP set has been put together in collaboration with creators Mark Gatiss, Steve Pemberton, Reece Shearsmith and Jeremy Dyson and comes with a print signed by the four of them.

Lulu / Best Of 1967-1975 (red vinyl)

New Lulu compilation, pressed on coloured vinyl, that features a great selection including her ‘man’ trilogy (‘The Man With The Golden Gun,’ ‘The Man Who Sold The World,’ and ‘Watch That Man’).

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Best Of 1967-1975 - RED vinyl LP


The Traveling Wilburys / vinyl picture disc

The Traveling Wilburys Vol. 1 is reissued for its 30th anniversary as a vinyl picture disc.

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The Traveling Wilburys

The Traveling Wilburys, Vol. 1 [VINYL]


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I was correct about that Visage on Amazon it’s saying Usually dispatched within 1 to 2 months. A tip for anybody who wants this look for all your music on ebay as they are selling it for £13 with free postage.

Rob W

I have just emailed Amazon about this Neil. £13 is a good price so thanks for the heads up. I’ve ordered from all your music before and had the CDs within 9 days.

Robert Morgenstern

Dead Can Dance – Dionysus (Deluxe Edition) is on the way. I’m so excited.


This is very interesting……

As soon as I received this news from their newsletter about the new album and tour (and this was several weeks ago), I shared it here on this site…..but it looks like Paul decided not to publish it.
And not only that……not even giving any announcement about this news from that day until today (the release date……that means even in this very article) many of us have been waiting for for six years now – since the release of their previous album……and this isnt just any minor band we are talking about here……really quite strange and unusual.

This is certainly one of the most important / influential bands of the last 35 years – I think many would agree…….

I wonder if this post will see the light of day…..


What band exactly are you talking about ?

Robert Morgenstern

Yes, i was surprised too that there was no announcement. I bought a ticket for the now sold out “Alte Oper Frankfurt” Concert and can’t wait to see them live again. The new album is in his kind beautiful but it lacks too much Lisa Gerrard. It sounds more like a Brendan Perry feat. Lisa Gerrard than Dead can Dance. But anyway, most everything they will release is pure musical magic.
The deluxe Set is a bit expensive for the content, but it’s DEAD CAN DANCE


can I ask the remastered Bruce Springsteen albums , how much difference is there in the remastered quality, i have the originals ………..would I notice the difference in sound quality or instrumentation


I would like to know also. I know there are some experts on this site so please help us.


Just as an aside, this month’s Uncut has a free cover mount Bob Dylan CD Dylan (The Best Of The Bootleg Series). 12 tracks from the Bootleg Series including ‘You’re a Big Girl Now (Take 2)’ from the forthcoming MB,MT box set:


Electric Sydney

Hi Paul, will you be giving information about the King Crimson vinyl boxes in the future?


Who he?
Check: http://lmgtfy.com/?q=steven+wilson
Then look for Porcupine Tree…….. *I* found *them* through *this* site.
Enough asterisks?

Gary Smith

Cheers Chris, appreciated.

Alan B

The Suede coloured vinyl boxset has been put back to November 9.

Paul Taylor

Paul, I ordered Jeff Beck and Ayres/Cale etc from the SDE shop. Do you know roughly when they’ll be posted? Just so I know when to leave my ‘Leave packages in the box’ note to the postie!

Paul Taylor

Perfect, thanks again


SW’s RAH is out. Finally a concert film.
If not noticed, LP #5 [when released] has the three rehearsal tracks on one side and 3 unique tracks on the other side. I’m wondering of vinyl lovers would of preferred not to have the tracks – saving on the cost of the package. As a whole, 5 LPs isn’t that expensive.

Gary Smith

Anyone have a link to the Visage release please.
Didn’t know of anything being released.

Stuart Ansell

The League Of Gentlemen box has been put back till the 9th Nov. Expensive day – White album, League and Tull… Splits up The League and Metallica though!

Incidentally, for those League of Gentlemen fans amongst you, the live Halloween Inside No.9 episode which was broadcast yesterday was extraordinary.


I seriously doubt that Visage will be released on Friday. Amazon UK are the only ones who have this for preorder and there is no reference anywhere on the net about this being released. Shame really as i would have bought this but the postage costs from the US now are a complete and utter joke which is even more bizarre when you consider you can buy stuff from the likes of China with free postage.


Melissa Manchester’s 1985 MCA album “Mathrmatics”, never issued on CD, is also being reissued this week with a bonus CD of remixes, b-sides, soundtrack songs and two unreleased tracks.

Auntie Sabrina

Visage by Visage is re-released on Friday too, newly remastered with 7 bonus tracks. It’s an import I believe so may cost a few pounds more but apparantly the remastering is first rate.