Out This Week / on 2 September 2016

Freddie Mercury / Messenger Of The Gods: The Singles 7" vinyl box

Freddie Mercury / Messenger of the Gods (vinyl box)

Thirteen coloured seven-inch singles in this new Freddie Mercury box, which is also available as a two-CD set. Read more

King Crimson / Radical Action to Unseat the Hold of Monkey Mind (deluxe sets)

Comprehensive live document of King Crimson‘s 2015 tour with three CDs and a blu-ray with filmed concert performance in 5.1. An even more deluxe edition adds two DVDs. Read more

The Divine Comedy / Foreverland (new album)

Neil Hannon’s 11th studio album as The Divine Comedy. The deluxe edition features a bonus CD of Hannon’s and Frank Alva Buecheler’s acclaimed chamber opera, In May. Read more

The Wedding Present / Going Going... deluxe four-disc box set

The Wedding Present / Going, Going… (new album)

Incredible value for the multi-media box set version of The Wedding Present‘s new album Going, Going… The set features, 2LP+CD+DVD+seven-inch single and you’ll still get change from £23. Read more

Various Artists / 80s Remixed & Extended (3CD)

Thirty-seven tunes from the era they called ‘the eighties’ in extended remix form. Great value for around the £6 mark.

Thompson Twins / Into The Gap (2LP)

Remastered and expanded 2LP vinyl edition of the Thompson Twins massive 1984 album Into The Gap. The second vinyl record contains some of the cassette remixes from the original release. Read more

Pearl Jam / No Code (vinyl reissue)

For its 20th anniversary Sony have had engineer Bob Ludwig master Pearl Jam‘s 1996 album No Code specifically for vinyl. It will feature recreations of their original packaging, including the set of nine random replica Polaroids/lyric cards. Yield also availableRead more

The Cure / Entreat Plus (2LP vinyl)

Vinyl reissue of the expanded version of The Cure‘s 1990 mini-live album Entreat. Remixed and remastered by Robert Smith with four bonus tracks.

Aretha's Greatest Hits / vinyl reissue

Aretha Franklin /Aretha’s Greatest Hits

This spot on 1971 Aretha Franklin hits collection, put out by Atlantic Records isn’t available on CD, so this new vinyl reissue is the next best thing. Read more

John Foxx / The Complete Cathedral Oceans / deluxe 5LP book set

John Foxx / The Complete Cathedral Oceans (5LP book set)

John Foxx‘s celebrated ambient trilogy pressed on vinyl for the first time with this highly limited, numbered deluxe set. Read more


Discovering Steve Hackett (5CD)

Five albums from latter-era Steve Hackett, in this Original Album Collection box set. Read more

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Rock fans of a certain age – ie around my age – will also be interested to know that Esoteric (Cherry Red) will be releasing an SDE of Barclay James Harvest’s “Gone To Earth” this week.

It consists of three discs (2xCD & 1xDVD), which include the original stereo mix, a new stereo mix, 96kHz/24-bit stereo and a new 5.1 mix. There’s also some bonus studio recordings, including single edits.

Details are at http://www.cherryred.co.uk/product/gone-to-earth-3-disc-remastered-expanded-edition/


I wish it would be just an expanded and remasterd edition of ‘Entreat’… The drumsound on the remixed version just doesn’t do it justice compared to the original release.


I wish they’d release the whole show. The Prayer Tour was one of my most favourite live shows ever.


Also out this week is Pavlov’s Dog – House Broken, a live double CD/DVD combo filmed & recorded in 2015.


Two magic words. Pavlov’s Dog. And I thought I was the only one. Thanks for the news.


MiG, no you are not the only one.. Had the privilage of seeing them live in Bilston at the Robin 2 in 2012 and they were great so I have high hopes for this. Also met David Surkamp and Mike Safron before the gig, and they were both charming and signed my copy of Pampered Menial. Needless to say it is framed and on the wall.


Don’t frame it, play it! :-) My first youthful triumph was getting Tommy Vance to play “Preludin/Of Once And Future Kings” on the Friday Rock Show in about 1988 or thereabouts. I hope that made a few new fans, though I admit the first time is the problem. I’ve always felt I was shouting in the wilderness about PD. But boy, they’re good.


MiG well done for getting PD played. I am a more recent fan, having been introduced to BOC via Imaginos in 1988 (still my favourite BOC) and then subsequently PD by the same mate. I had the original Columbia signed and have also got the Rockville and Esoteric version of PM so no worries with hearing that classic.


That 80s Remixed & Extended is very poor indeed just the same mixes rehashed from from hundreds of other compilations and why on earth is Man In Chains by Spandau Ballet on this apart from never being a single it’s never been remixed either.

Mike the Fish

Yeah, what is it with these many Sony based 12″ collections? Quite tedious! I wonder if correct/unedited mixes have been used…


It was remixed and extended and released as a single in Europe back in the day. I think this may be the first time it’s been on CD.


My mistake – it was Cross The Line. Therefore, you are right.