Out This Week / on 27 April 2018

Neil Young / Roxy: Tonight's The Night Live

Neil Young / Roxy: Tonight’s The Night Live

This Neil Young double live album remains RSD exclusive until Friday when it receives a wider release. The Record Store Day version does at least have an exclusive photo print.Read more

Human League / Secrets (2CD deluxe edition)

Double disc reissue of The Human League‘s semi-forgotten 2001 album that came and went in the blink of an eye, largely due to their record company at the time going insolvent. Read more

Van Morrison / You’re Driving Me Crazy

Van Morrison‘s third studio album in less than a year, might well be the pick of the recent releases, since it’s a collaboration with with jazz organ virtuoso Joey DeFrancesco and the previews have sounded excellent. Read more

Plenty / It Could Be Home

Before Tim Bowness formed No-Man with Steven Wilson he was in a band called Plenty. They existed between 1986 and 1988 and wrote many songs (compiled into three cassettes) but played only a couple of gigs and didn’t release anything officially. Three decades later, the band have revisited and re-recorded the songs and are issuing, It Could Be Home, the album that never was. Preview Strange Gods below and read the full story behind this release here.

Ritchie Blackmore’s Rainbow / Memories in Rock II (3LP vinyl)

The 3LP coloured vinyl pressing of this Richie Blackmore’s Rainbow live document is released on Friday. Read more

The Cranberries / No Need To Argue (coloured vinyl)

Coloured vinyl pressing of The Cranberries second album. This is being issued by Plain Recordings in the USA, a company whose reputation isn’t the best, so proceed with caution. Read more

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Larry Davis

Other new releases of note…Keith Urban’s genrebending “Graffiti U”, the utterly brilliant Janelle Monae’s new “Dirty Computer” and icon Willie Nelson’s new “Last Man Standing”…


Cockney Rebel’s Cavaliers on CD reissued this Friday in UK as well.



And, exciting for some of us, Robert Reed’s Sanctuary III. Meant to be out 20-04, but I only received my dispatched notice this morning,. :)

Chris Squires

Signed, numbered Vinyl has been ordered and it’s only 300 copies made.

I & II were utterly brilliant, everything I love about Mike’s early music, plus…….

Chris Squires

Should have said. Available from Burning Shed or Am.UK for those interested.


Look at the cover for the Van Morrison. They just don’t care, do they? Any old JPG will do, and Photoshop plug in’s from the 90’s are soooo retro…….


i wouldn’t buy it… and id burn all copies of his old crap too

that’d teach him

wayne klein

Out this week but not highlighted is the Utopia boxed set covering the Bearsville years from Friday Music on CD. Remastered with bonus tracks (previously available in Japan only as I recall), the set sounds pretty darn good. Not sure why that isn’t in here as well. Granted, it’s a smaller U.S. company but some fans may not be aware that this is a pretty good deal for these albums.

Mike the Fish

In other news Record Collector has said that Dub Sandwich is out on 22nd June. Whoops!


Hahaha, that’s a good one! LOL!


Crikey, they really have, complete with a photo of McCartney (page 34).



Hi Paul
Tim Bowness plenty LP from burning shed has limited blue vinyl as well