The Rolling Stones / In Mono (15CD and 16LP vinyl box sets)
This new box set contains 14 studio albums and plus Stray Cats, a newly compiled collection of songs from singles and EPs issued in the 1960s. In total, The Rolling Stones in Mono delivers 186 tracks.
Sting / The Studio Collection (vinyl box)
Sting’s includes eight A&M Records albums collected across eleven vinyl LPs in this new vinyl box set. It’s the first time on vinyl for Brand New Day and Sacred Love.
Temple of the Dog / 25th anniversary super deluxe edition
Seattle supergroup Temple of the Dog mark the 25th anniversary of their one and only album with this four disc super deluxe edition box set which includes the album newly mixed in stereo and 5.1 surround sound.
Suede/ Coming Up (5-disc deluxe set / 2LP)
20th anniversary of Suede‘s third album delivers b-sides, a disc of demos/monitor mixes/rehearsals, a CD of the band playing live in ’96 and a DVD of TV appearances. Coloured 2LP vinyl (with bonus tracks) also available.
Graham Parker / These Dreams Will Never Sleep: The Best Of (6CD+DVD)
Seven-disc Graham Parker box set that features 90-tracks (spanning 40 years) across six CDs. DVD jam-packed with TV appearances and filmed live performances also included.
Prince / Around The World In A Day (vinyl reissue)
Can we get to Friday without this vinyl reissue of Prince‘s 1985 album being delayed AGAIN!? It’s already out in the US, so things are looking hopeful.
- • UK Order: Around The World In A Day
- • USA Order: Around The World In A Day
- • FRANCE Order: Around The World In A Day
Van Morrison / Keep Me Singing (new album)
Van Morrision‘s first collection of new songs in four years. Keep Me Singing includes the single Too Late, Every Time I See A River – the fruit of a collaboration with legendary lyricist Don Black.
Deacon Blue / Believers (new album/box set)
Deacon Blue‘s third new album in four years comes as this attractive box set which features a generous bonus CD (“What We Left Out”) plus cassette/download of 1988 gig and more.
Jimi Hendrix / Machine Gun: The Fillmore East First Show
Live album fully documenting the debut performance with Jimi Hendrix‘s short-lived group, the Band of Gypsys. Available on CD, LP and SACD.
Simply Red / Stars (25th anniversary vinyl)
Simply Red‘s Stars album is 25 years old this year. Since a decent deluxe was issued back in 2008, Warners are left to reissue a vinyl edition, in gatefold packaging with new photos.
Pete Townshend / Who Came First (CD reissue)
Album-only reissue of Pete Townshend‘s 1972 solo debut which sees him doffing his hat to his guru Meher Baba. It includes demos from the aborted concept album Lifehouse. Rough Mix (1977), Empty Glass (1980) and All the Best Cowboys Have Chinese Eyes (1982) are also reissued.