Out This Week / on 9 June 2017

Lindsey Buckingham / Christine McVie (new album)

We’ll forgive the boring album title and dodgy cover, since this new album from Fleetwood Mac legends Lindsey Buckingham and Christine McVie is close to being an FM long-player minus Stevie Nicks. Sounds promising. Read more

Glen Campbell / Adiós

Glen Campbell bids a poignant musical farewell with his final studio album, which was recorded after his 2011-12 farewell tour, which was prompted by his Alzheimer’s diagnosis. In Europe, this is being packaged with a bonus CD of greatest hits.

Arcade Fire / Everything Now (12-inch single)

The title track of Arcade Fire‘s forthcoming album is issued as a two-track orange 12-inch vinyl single. Read more

Sting / The Complete Studio Collection (vinyl box)

New Sting vinyl box set that adds his three Deutsche Grammophon albums to his eight ‘pop/rock’ albums in last year’s box. If you already have the first box there are options…  Read more

Third Eye Blind  (20th anniversary reissue)

Third Eye Blind, those alt-rockers from San Francisco, celebrate the 20th anniversary of their eponymous debut with 2CD and 3LP deluxe editions. Read more

Glen Matlock / The Anarchy Arias

Former Sex Pistol Glen Matlock has collaborated with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and singers from the English National Opera (ENO) for an album which features orchestral versions of songs by the Pistols, The Clash, The Stranglers and Joy Division (to name a few).

Wendy & Lisa / Eroica (2CD deluxe)

Cherry Red reissue Wendy & Lisa‘s 1990 album Eroica. The bonus CD features remixes and B-sides from the era.

Various Artists / American Epic

Currently showing on BBC Four in the UK, American Epic is a multi-episode documentary that uncovers the untold story of early American recorded music. This two-disc audio companion,  the American Epic Sessions, features a variety of artists revisiting the historical songs using original equipment and cutting straight to wax. Talent includes Jack White, Elton John, Alabama Shakes, Steve Martin, Edie Brickell, Beck, Stephen Stills and Willie Nelson.

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Eroica just arrived. A perfect reissue soundwise, written content and visual. One of W&L best albums (along with self titled and WFOWC) and the sound quality is good, nice ‘n’ loud, it is hot to the ceiling -0.1 but no blue rectangles ;-)


What’s up with that Wendy & Lisa i just got an email from base saying that they won’t ever be getting it in stock i then checked Cherry Reds website and it has sold out there already amazon are also stating Usually dispatched within 1 to 4 weeks.


Fans of The Black Crowes might be interested in The Magpie Salute album coming out this week, featuring Rich Robinson, Marc Ford, Sven Pipien, and the last recordings of the late great Eddie Harsch.

Larry Davis

Why not?? She is collectible and a good pop artist. You could not say the same about 3rd Eye Blind (a just OK powerpop band really, very popular in the USA mainstream, not this type of audience into culty artists and fringe punk/new wave bands)…why bring them up?? Glen Campbell…highly revered now by cult audiences and at the end of his life…he was once viewed as the epitome of UNcool in the 70s and 80s and 90s…only when he was rediscovered by cult pop and punk artists and talk of how great he actually is, ONLY THEN has it been fine to like him openly. I think it’s totally fine to like Katy Perry’s music openly…she’s like a straight American female equivalent of someone like George Michael. Why not??

Larry Davis

The 3 tracks I heard on the Buckingham McVie so far?? Brilliant pop…and as this IS a new Fleetwood Mac album basically (Mick & John are on it completely, and the last FM album (“Say You Will”) was also a 4-piece album, with Stevie in place of Chris…I know I know Chris didn’t rejoin the band then…but you get my point…again, this is killer pop stuff. Another missed title, the new Katy Perry, “Witness”…


Why would anybody who reads this site be interested in a new Katy Perry album ???


I just bought the new Buckingham mcvie album. Warning to anyone NO booklet is include. The middle is sealed down along with the front cover. The CD is in the back.

Target here in US has it for sale for $9.99


lucky enough to already have the Buckingham/McVie album in my possession and on first listen i was thinking…if this was a new FM album i would have been sorely disappointed


American Epic Sessions, I saw the episode relating to this release 18 months ago and can highly recommend this documentary to anyone who has an interested in how Music was recorded, especially back in the 1920s. Fascinating stuff and brilliant performances. Delighted the music from the documentary is finally released.


Wendy and Lisa is only £9.99 at base.com with free postage also Purple Rain deluxe is only £19.99 on there as well.

John Barleycorn

According to Amazon the American Epic release is £9.99 and the MP3 is £16.99.
Since when did the physical product cost less than the download version? Did I miss a meeting, Paul?


It’s been that way for ages. I don’t agree with it per se, but the download does include server and bandwidth costs. Paul can probably give a more definitive answer… ;)

Chris Bernhardt

That Wendy and Lisa album was quite good as I remember.

Lee Rosevere

I have the Wendy and Lisa original 2-CD box and I’m really happy to see them get reissued with even more tracks..! It’s my fave album of theirs. Thanks for letting me know!

DJ Salinger

Likewise I got the 2-disc original ‘Eroica’, and I still think it was their best outing. I’m glad I made the effort to see them for that tour at the T&C Club in London. Ridiculously good live they were, too.

Pity there’s no live tracks on the new Special Edition, but it’s otherwise a good round-up of their final hurrah on Virgin.

Matthew Langhorn

Cigarettes after Sex is also out on Friday (all manner of bundles are available)

Auntie Sabrina

£9,99 for the Glenn Campbell CD and it’s worth every penny

don cooper

Glen’s voice always takes me back to my Sixties childhood,while turning me inside out with nostalgic yearning. The fact that I discovered in my teens he played in studio sessions for The Monkees, makes him a bona-fide, all-time hero.

Frank Otero

Uh-oh, there’s no mention of the most important CD of the year (in my opinion) Chuck Berry!

John Mason

Or Gov’t Mule or The Magpie Salute!?!?!?…SDE never seemed so niche-y before…