Out This Week / on 27 May 2016


Marvin Gaye / Volume Three 1971-1981 (vinyl box set)

Fantastic music in this Marvin Gaye 8LP vinyl box including the albums What’s Going On, Trouble Man, Let’s Get It On and many more. Read more

ABC / The Lexicon of Love II - follow-up to Lexicon of Love

ABC / The Lexicon of Love II  (new album)

ABC return with a follow-up to their acclaimed 1982 album The Lexicon of Love. Anne Dudley is back for string arrangements but no Trevor Horn this time. Read more

Steve Hackett / The Charisma Years 1975-1983 vinyl box set

Steve Hackett  / This Charisma Years 1975-1983 (vinyl box)

This ten-record set collects Steve Hackett‘s six Charisma studio albums, plus various live sets on 180g vinyl with original packaging respected. Read more

Paul McCartney / Nineteen Hundred and Eighty-Five (12″)

The white label remix of Band on the Run closer Nineteen Hundred and Eighty-Five is officially released, credited to “Paul McCartney & Wings vs Timo Maas & James Teej”. Read more

Leonard Cohen / Songs of Leonard Cohen (vinyl reissue)

Leonard Cohen‘s 1967 debut is reissued on vinyl this week along with 1969 follow-up Songs From A Room and 1971’s Songs of Love and HateRead more

Pet Shop Boys / The Pop Kids 12-inch white vinyl

Pet Shop Boys / The Pop Kids (white vinyl 12″)

The first single from the Pet Shop Boys SUPER album gets a belated 12-inch release with this white vinyl edition. Features three new remixes. Read more

Steve Hackett  / Spectral Mornings (2CD+DVD)

As well as the vinyl box, Steve Hackett‘s 1979 album Spectral Mornings gets a standalone three-disc reissue which includes Steven Wilson’s 5.1 mix. Please Don’t Touch and Defector also get similar reissuesRead more

Sweet / Strung Up (reissue)

Two-LP coloured vinyl and 2CD editions of Sweet‘s classic Live/Studio double Strung Up, which was originally released in 1975. Read more

Eric Clapton / I Still Do (new album)

The CD was issued last week, but the 2LP vinyl edition of Eric Clapton‘s new album, I Still Do, is released this week. Read more

Moby / Music From Porcelain  (2CD)

Music From Porcelain is a companion two-CD audio set issued alongside Moby‘s new book Porcelain. CD 1 is classic tracks and CD 2 features artists that inspired Moby.

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And also a new 2 cd, 3 lp, DVD, blu-ray and digital download of Alan Parsons in a live show with orchestra called “THE ALAN PARSONS SYMPHONIC PROJECT LIVE IN COLOMBIA” recorded in august 31 2013 with all songs from the Project era.


Isn’t the Parsons release not out until late June?


Yesterday saw the CD and Blu-Ray on a record store shop here in my city so must suppose that is right now on and the reléase date was told by Alan in his own internet page.


Amazon UK have it in stock.


What about the return of Jarvis?


Who is Jarvis?


..Cocker presumably.


I was thinking that as well but he has nothing coming out and hasn’t released an album since 2009.


Yup Jarvis Cocker, a 7” with four tracks as a soundtrack for a tv series based on a Neil Gaiman work if can remember correctly…


Also a new album from Beth Orton which can be had with a signed lyric sheet



Also out this week is the deluxe reissue of “It still moves” by My Morning Jacket.


You missed the release I’m most looking forward to on Friday – the new Big Big Train album, Folklore.

Available on CD / download from their website or on vinyl at Burning Shed



Chris I’ve just been emailed by Burning Shed informing me my order of Big Big Train ‘Folklore’ on CD and LP has been dispatched, so I’m hoping to have them by Wednesday this week.

For me this is going to be the ‘Album Of The Year’. Big Big Train are the greatest Prog band that exists at this time. Those of you who have a taste for Prog but have not heard BBT get this new album and work your way back through their catalog. You will not be disappointed.


Hi Paul, thanks for another update, the Leonard Cohen links currently point to Steve Hackett…hidden meaning?