Out This Week / on 9 September 2016

The Beatles / Live at the Hollywood Bowl (reissue)

Yes, the cover is hideous. That aside, this reissue of the 1977 live album (audio has been remixed) is still a highly anticipated Fab Four release, along with Ron Howard’s Eight Days A Week documentary.  Read more

Free / The Vinyl Collection 7LP box set

Free / The Album Collection (vinyl box)

Seven LP vinyl box set of Free‘s studio albums, plus Free Live! All audio has been newly remastered by Andy Pearce. Read more

Man Who Fell To Earth / original soundtrack recording

John Philips and Stomu Yamashta  / The Man Who Fell To Earth (reissue)

No actual music from David Bowie, but this first ever issue of the soundtrack to Nicholas Roeg’s 1976 The Man Who Fell To Earth is still a big deal. Box set out in November, but 2LP and 2CD are due this week.  Read more

The Verve / A Northern Soul and A Storm in Heaven super deluxe edition box sets

The Verve / A Northern Soul & A Storm in Heaven (box sets)

The Verve‘s first two albums – 1993’s A Storm in Heaven, and 1995’s A Northern Soul – remastered and expanded. Both box sets feature unreleased studio recordings with the former a four-disc set and the later, three. Read more

Ramones 40th anniversary deluxe edition

The delayed three-CD+LP deluxe set of the Ramones 1976 self-titled debut is finally issued this week. Bonus material includes single mixes, demos and outtakes, two full sets and an unheard mono mix. Read more

New Order / Singles (4LP or 2CD)

Poor remastering and mix errors dogged the original 2005 release of this New Order Singles compilation. For this reissue these problems have been fixed and the set has been brought (almost) up-to-date with a track from 2013’s Lost Sirens.  Read more

Angelo Badalamenti / Twin Peaks Original Score (vinyl reissue)

The new design elements and price (outside the US) has not been to everyone’s taste, but this Death Waltz Recordings vinyl reissue of Angelo Badalamenti‘s music to Twin Peaks looks like a fine physical specimen, with a die-cut sleeve, spot varnishing, OBI-strip and ‘coffee coloured’ 180g vinyl – all ‘director-approved’. Read more

Neil Young / On The Beach (vinyl reissue)

Neil Young‘s brilliant, but elusive, 1974 album finally reissued as a standalone vinyl record. Time Fades Away, Zuma, Tonight’s The Night also out this week. Read more

Dolly Parton, Emmylou Harris, Linda Ronstadt / Complete Trio Collection

Both Trio albums (issued in 1987 & 1999), plus a bonus disc of unreleased material in this attractive three-CD set. Single CD “selections from..” disc also available. Read more

Faith No More / …King For A Day and Album of the Year (deluxe reissues)

Two mid/late nineties Faith No More albums are reissue as two-CD deluxe editions. Both albums feature generous bonus discs and 2LP vinyl editions are also available. Read more


JK Rowling / Harry Potter: The Complete Audio Collection (103 CDs)

Complete audio books of all the Harry Potter novels as read by the one and only Stephen Fry. That’s over 100 CDs and nearly 125 hours of listening.

KT Tunstall / KIN (new album)

After the country-folk melancholia of 2013’s Howe Gelb produced Invisible Empire/Crescent Moon, KT Tunstall ups the energy levels for this new album, which was recorded in LA with Tony Hoffer.

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That deluxe version of The Human League is now on amazon and they are asking £72.78 for it which comes as no surprise with their ministry of silly pricing agenda.

Ben Williams

Anyone know why the Prince vinyl reissue of Around The World.. is delayed yet again? That was meant to come out this week then suddenly got pushed back!


My local shop has new copies in stock of Around the World in a Day, and Parade as well. It wasn’t delayed.


A box set gathering together Madlib’s series of Medicine Show CDs is out on Friday. 13 CDs in a cardboard slip case. Looks very nice:



Yes, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds needs to be mentioned here.
I feel that their new album “Skeleton Tree” is actually the first album since David Bowie’s “Blackstar” that will be competiting for the best albums of this year. “Blackstar” will be #1 no matter what.
As there’s only a handful of true, classic-albums anyways released nowadays.



Sorry to hijack the posting but have you heard about The new Human League CD
Anthology – A Very British Synthesizer Group. There is a deluxe version which is 2CD, a 3 vinyl version (£72.00!). There were ‘rumours’ that there was going to be a super deluxe version of this 4 cds and a dvd. Have you heard anything? The ones I mentioned above are now showing on Amazon for a release date of 18 November 2016

Nigel Hall

Track listing for the super deluxe version of the Human League set here:



that has not been verified yet



Meatloaf new album is also out this week Braver Than We Are on CD, Vinyl and CD+DVD

elliott buckingham

also meat loafs latest offering released this week


Also out Okkervil River – Away. Anyone after some great intelligent indy pop / rock should check out The Stage Names and Black Sheep Boy from this excellent band.


Do not forget “Schmilco”, latest Wilco album and “The Skeleton Tree” from Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds.

Speaking of that second one if all lp is like the first single, Jesus Alone, we got one of the records of the year for sure. Go ahead and watch the clip or listen the song, simply A-M-A-Z-I-N-G…

Darren Briscoe

Looking forward to seeing the film this Thursday in Santa Cruz California