Making A Fire Re-Version includes contributions from members of the Dap-Kings, the Budos Band, Antibalas, the Tedeschi Trucks Band, and more. Chasing Birds Re-Version includes contributions from Ben Jaffe, Charlie Gabriel, Clint Maedgen, Walter Harris, Branden Lewis, Ronnell Johnson and more.
“Whitey Ford Sings the Blues” is the first album from Everlast, following his departure from House Of Pain and was released in 1998. The record was both a commercial and critical success, selling more than 3 million copies worldwide and certified double platinum. The track “What It’s Like” earned Everlast a Grammy Award nomination for Best Male Rock Vocal Performance.
A1. The White Boy Is Back A2. Money (Dollar Bill) A3. Ends A4. What It's Like B1. Get Down B2. Sen Dog B3. Tired B4. Hot To Death B5. Painkillers C1. Prince Paul C2. Praise The Lord C3. Today (Watch Me Shine) C4. Guru C5. Death Comes Callin' D1. Funky Beat D2. The Letter D3. 7 Years D4. Next Man
More Hot Rocks (Big Hits & Fazed Cookies) [50th Anniversary]
This iconic collection is a must-have release by the world’s greatest rock n’ roll band. More Hot Rocks (Big Hits & Fazed Cookies) offers hits, some of their best deep cuts, and a whole LP side’s worth of rarities previously unavailable in the U.S. when it was originally released in 1972. This indispensable 25-track compilation features covers of “It’s All Over Now” and “Not Fade Away,” the psychedelic “Dandelion,” “She's a Rainbow,” “Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby, Standing in the Shadow?” “Out of Time,” “Tell Me,” and “We Love You.” Rarities include their 1963 debut single “Come On,” early R&B covers of “Fortune Teller” and “Bye Bye Johnnie,” the soulful 1966 U.K. B-side “Long Long While,” and a cover of Muddy Waters’ “I Can’t Be Satisfied,” featuring great slide guitar recorded in stereo at Chess Studios. Also included is the stereo version of “Child of the Moon,” the psychedelic non-LP B-side that was previously only heard on mono prior to 1972. 50th Anniversary Limited Edition. Glow-in-the-Dark vinyl. 180-gram. Gatefold Jacket. Includes set of Gered Mankowitz photo prints. Remastered by Bob Ludwig.
Live at Coachella 2004 (140g Orange and Yellow marbled Vinyl)
140g Orange and Yellow Marbled Vinyl - first time on vinyl. After a decade-long hiatus, alternative rock legends Pixies reunited for a triumphant set at Coachella 2004. Hitting the stage before a headline set by Radiohead, Pixies delivered a now iconic performance packed full of classic tracks including ‘Where Is My Mind?’, ‘Here Comes Your Man’ and ‘Debaser’. Now released on vinyl for the very first time, this Record Store Day exclusive features the epic 20-song set pressed on two 140g yellow and orange marbled vinyl with an etching on side D.
Acoustics is the first-ever acoustic vinyl release from Joan Jett & The Blackhearts. This 8 song collection includes 5 newly recorded acoustic tracks plus 3 previously unreleased acoustics exclusive to this Record Store Day piece only, including hits "I Hate Myself For Loving You" and "Bad Reputation" (Live In Los Angeles).
The Brilliant Adventure EP contains four unheard songs from the Outside era, and two tracks performed by Bowie and pianist Mike Garson at a fundraiser for the New York Public Theater at the Shakespeare Festival in New York on 18th September, 1995.
High ‘n’ Dry, Def Leppard’s second album was released in 1981 and was the first produced by long-term collaborator Robert “Mutt” Lange. Featuring the singles, “Let It Go” and “Bringin’ on the Heartbreak,” it was the album that cemented their status in both the UK and America. Presented for the first time as a Picture Disc.
Side A: 1. Let It Go 2. Another Hit And Run 3. High 'N' Dry (Saturday Night) 4. Bringin' On The Heartbreak 5. Switch 625
Side B: 6. You Got Me Runnin' 7. Lady Strange 8. On Through The Night 9. Mirror Mirror (Look Into My Eyes) 10. No No No
2LP. First Time on Vinyl.
Recorded over the course of two nights in 1974, just a few months after Phases and Stages was released, these early concerts by the newly-minted Willie Nelson Family Band was meant to capture the sound and feel of the burgeoning Outlaw Country scene in Austin, TX. Produced by Jerry Wexler, the album was scrapped at the time and was only released on CD in 1992 and in this complete form in 2006 on the The Complete Atlantic Sessions. The set captures a rising star twelve years in the making, whose fame and fortune lurked just around the corner.
1LP (black 180g). Featuring highlights from the second volume of the ongoing Joni Mitchell Archives series. The release consists of extremely rare recordings from Joni’s archives associated with her classic album Blue (which celebrated its 50th Anniversary in 2021) and the historic release is created entirely with Joni’s insight, cooperation and creative input).
Toy E.P. ('You've Got It Made With All The Toys') (RSD 2022 Exclusive)
The TOY EP You’ve Got It Made With All The Toys) features the previously unheard “Shadow Man (Vocal and Piano Mix)”, an alternative, stripped-back mix of the TOY album track, along with the unreleased live versions of “I Dig Everything” and “The London Boys” recorded at the final Glastonbury warm-up show at the Roseland Ballroom, New York on 19th June, 2000.
The EP also contains three tracks, “You’ve Got A Habit of Leaving (Radio Edit)”, “Silly Boy Blue (Alternative Ending Mix)’ and “Can’t Help Thinking About Me (Live Mark Radcliffe Show BBD Radio 1 Session), previously only available as streaming singles and which are making their physical debut.
For Record Store Day 2022, Blur will release a special, double heavyweight coloured vinyl edition of their 1998, Japan-only remix compilation Bustin’ + Dronin’ featuring mixes of tracks from their 1997 eponymously titled, number one album. Originally only available as a 2-CD set including a Radio 1 John Peel session, only a handful of copies made their way over to the UK on import. Bustin’ + Dronin’ has never been available on vinyl before now, and this release features the nine remixes (note: no Peel Session) by William Orbit (tracks 1, 6, 7 & 9), Adrian Sherwood (2 & 8), Moby (4), Thurston Moore (5) and John McEntire (7). Released on two x heavyweight coloured vinyl LPs - 1 x transparent blue, 1 x transparent green, the sleeve comes with an adapted version of the original Japanese OBI strip and replica insert.
180 GRAM VINYL. This may be the only recording of the Dave Brubeck Trio with Dave, Joe Morello and Eugene Wright without Paul Desmond. Paul Desmond missed his flights to Vienna and so Dave, Joe and Gene went on as a trio and their playing was stellar - incredibly strong and swinging this night. A must for every Brubeck fan's collection.
The second studio album by the Jackson 5, which peaked at #1 on Billboard charts in 1970 and sold millions of copies worldwide. Includes the hits "ABC" and "The Love You Save," which reached #1 on Billboard's Soul Singles chart and unseated the Beatles' "Let It Be" on the Hot 100. Available for the first time on 180g Blue LP.
Corinne Bailey Rae’s second studio album, The Sea, was named Best Album of the Year by the Guardian and received a Mercury Prize nomination when it was released in 2010. Featuring the singles “I’d Do It All Again,” “Paris Nights / New York Mornings,” and “Closer,” this reissue remains faithful to the original recording and packaging. Pressed on Transparent Blue 180-gram vinyl.
Angel Rat (DEEP PURPLE WITH LIME MONSTER GREEN SWIRL VINYL)
This album came out on vinyl only in Europe, so one can only imagine the pent-up demand for an LP reissue of this 1991 classic from the Voïvod catalog (especially in Canada, where the band is worshipped). Produced by Terry Brown of Rush fame, Angel Rat moved the band further into spacy psychedelic territory with such tracks as "Golem" and the title track. A mesmerizing, moody head trip of a record. Deep purple with lime "monster" green swirl vinyl limited to 6000 copies. Remastered for vinyl by Peter Moore