Out This Week / on 20 April 2018

The Who / Live at the Fillmore East 1968 (new album)

A set of unreleased recordings by The Who from the second of two nights played at Bill Graham’s legendary, but short-lived, venue in the Lower East Side of Manhattan. Available on 2CD or 3LP vinyl. Read more

Pete Townshend / Who Came First  (45th anniversary 2CD)

This 2CD-expanded version of Pete Townsend‘s debut solo album features eight previously unreleased tracks, new edits, alternative versions and live performances. The 24-page booklet includes notes by Pete himself.

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Pete Townshend

Who Came First - expanded 2CD Edition


Gomez / Bring It On (box set)

Gomez‘s debut album is reissued for its 20th anniversary. The 4CD box features loads of demos, BBC sessions and Live at Glastonbury. Read more

Alison Moyet / The Other Live Collection

New single-disc Alison Moyet live collection. 13 tracks culled from performances on The Other tour. Despite being released by Cooking Vinyl, it’s only coming out on CD! Read more

Cheech & Chong’s / Up In Smoke (40th anniversary deluxe box set)

It’s the 40th anniversary of counter-culture comedy duo Cheech and Chong‘s 1978 film Up In Smoke and Warners are issuing this lavish collector’s edition box set.Read more

Various Artists / Extend The 80s – Hits

Three-CD set of ‘essential’ 12-inch and extended mixes. The usual mixed bag (Two Tribes Annihilation Mix, anyone?) but these are always tempting when they are relatively cheap. A companion Extend The 80s: Groove might be of more interest, since it contains less familiar fare.

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Various Artists



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Various Artists



Jethro Tull / Heavy Horses (Steven Wilson Mix)

The Steven Wilson stereo mix of Jethro Tull‘s Heavy Horses was part of February’s box set but is now issued as a standalone vinyl and CD.

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Jethro Tull

Heavy Horses Steven Wilson remix - vinyl LP


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Jethro Tull

Heavy Horses Steven Wilson remix - CD edition


Hollywood Beyond / If (2CD expanded edition)

Hollywood Beyond are the very definition of a one-hit-wonder. Everyone remembers What’s The Colour of Money? and not much else. Regardless, this 2CD expanded edition of the-album-no-one-bought has some appeal –  there’s a disc of remixes and I’m curious to discover whether the flop was bad luck or deserved. Read more

Barry White / The 20th Century Records 7″ singles 1973-1979 (vinyl box)

This Barry White box set features ten seven-inch vinyl singles, with each replicating the originals (including the labels). This is a two-piece rigid card box which comes with a four-page illustrated book. Remastered audio from the 20th Century Records master tapes, cut at Abbey Road Studios.

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Barry White

The 20th Century Records 7" Singles (1973-1975) [12" VINYL]


Jesus Jones / Passages (new album)

Jesus Jones return with their first collection of new material since London over 15 years ago.

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Jesus Jones

Passages - CD edition


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Jesus Jones

Passages - vinyl LP


Neil Young + Promise of the Real to release soundtrack to 'Paradox'

Neil Young / Paradox

While the film Paradox sounds challenging and a bit self-indulgent, it has resulted in an accompanying Neil Young soundtrack. The CD edition was delayed from last week. Read more

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Also, out this week, following fellow NZer Gin Wigmore’s new release “Ivory” two weeks ago, is the new album by Kimbra entitled “Primal Heart”

Both artists have moved overseas in order to expand their audience. These are Kimbra’s 3rd album and Gin’s 4th.

I highly recommend both artist’s debut albums (my favourite from each), but these new albums have received great reviews also.


Neil Young delayed again!

Larry Davis

The Flaming Lips’ “Scratching The Door: First Recordings” is out Friday, have a preorder in, was thinking of cancelling it and buying it in person at a store like Newbury Comics, but really, it would be around the same price, and free 2-day shipping, will arrive Friday, so I kept it in…at $11.29US, good price. With that Barry White, strange they did not include “Love’s Theme” on the triple, only the single, or the Love Unlimited hit “Walking In The Rain With The One I Love”, which was Barry’s big break and he cameos on the phone call…on either…there was a great 5CD box called “Unlimited” out 10 years ago which blows away both really…


Also due for release this week is the Sting & Shaggy collaboration.

For those interested:

Sting and Shaggy played a concert in a church in Cologne (Germany) yesterday in front of 400 people who won their tickets via radio station WDR2.

This can currently be watched via videostream on the website of said station.

Here’s the link:


Gis Bun

Why are The Who and Townshend releases so damn expensive? Does Pete need the money that badly? :-)


Thank you so much, Paul, for this website. I ordered the Who and Townshend sets when you first posted them. They are now doubled in price! I knew the cheap prices wouldn’t last, so I jumped on board as early as possible. Woo hoo!


Seems to be three of the Extend The 80s sets coming out on Friday, there’s another entitled Pop listed on Amazon. There were two others released a few weeks back that I saw in the supermarket and they were a right joke. Repeated artists across the three discs AND some of the songs were repeated on the other album!

José Francisco Correa

I don’t understand why the same album costs twice as much on amazon.es as on amazon.com.

Charles Christopher

I hate to sound like a broken (then reissued) record, but album art is truly dead – that Who live release is the most generic thing I’ve ever seen. I literally could knock that up on Photoshop in an hour.


agreed – its a shame – looks like it was done in the same sitting as Paul Weller’s last LP

Mark Hanson

Interesting in looking at the Jethro Tull that prices are about the same on CD and vinyl. Wonder if that reflects a cost reduction in the vinyl manufacturing process (I remember the bad vinyl of the early 80’s).

Joseph Bartram

I am looking forward to the Gomez boxset and the who live 2cd set.


Re. Wishbone Ash. I’ve already received an email from Burning Shed stating that they’re hoping to get orders to customers by 20th.


Yes- just been told by Burning Shed shipped today – roll on Friday!!!!!


Also due on Friday, the mammoth Wishbone Ash box set. Can’t wait.


Hope that the Barry White booklet is complete as the one with the CD released last week is blank on one page so you miss a chunk of the story . Has anyone else had problem with the blank page with their CD set. Amazon are sending me a new copy but noticed US review also mentions the missing page so not hopeful.

Auntie Sabtina

Alan, there is a review on Amazon (yours?) mentioning the same issue…

Robert Lett

The single disc liners for the Barry White thing are very cheap and bare bones, very disappointing. I haven’t opened the 3 disc version yet.


Hello Alan. Yes, my cd booklet has the blank page too. I cannot imagine there will be an actual reprint, this will just be something we put up with.


Amazon sent me a second copy which had the same problem, but they did give me fiver credit which I hadn’t asked for. Shame but as you say think we’ll just have to put up with it.


Charli XCX issues her two “mixtapes” – Number 1 Angel and Pop 2 – as a double LP on Friday as well. Very reasonably priced at around £20. Worth thinking about as we get stung £35+ for single LPs for RSD the day after…