Out This Week / 8 September 2014
The Beatles / The Beatles in Mono (vinyl box set)
This stunning set needs no introduction. Finally out this week after much anticipation this Beatles 14LP vinyl box collects all albums mixed into mono.
Queen / Live at the Rainbow (various formats)
Seemingly every format and size of wallet accommodated with Queen: Live at the Rainbow available as super deluxe, vinyl box, 2LP, 2CD, blu-ray and DVD.
Status Quo / Live! (CD+DVD)
Four-CD Quo live box features the rare Tokyo Quo and the unreleased Australia ’74 as well as the original 1977 Live! album.
Paul Weller / Classic Album Selection (5CD box)
Paul Weller’s first five solo albums boxed, including the classic Wild Wood from 1993 and the excellent self-titled debut.
Robert Plant / lullaby and… The Ceaseless Roar
New album from Robert Plant, lullaby and… The Ceaseless Roar is a collaborative effort with much of it written with his band The Sensational Space Shifters. Also issued on vinyl.
Deacon Blue / A New House (2CD+LP box set)
Deacon Blue’s new album A New House is out today. This 2CD+LP+Poster/Postcards box set is sold out on PledgeMusic but is available via Amazon UK (for the same price).
Cock Robin / Deluxe Reissues
First two albums from the ’80s pop band reissued and expanded with remixes and non-album tracks.
Status Quo / The Frantic Four’s Final Fling
As well as the Live! box set this week sees another Quo release: a CD+blu-ray combo of the Dublin O2 Arena gig from April this year – The Frantic Four’s Final Fling.
- • UK Order: Status Quo: The Frantic Four Final Fling [CD+Blu-ray]
- • US Order: Status Quo: The Frantic Four Final Fling [various formats]
Belinda Carlisle / Belinda (CD+DVD)
Belinda Carlisle’s debut album was supposed to be reissued last week, but was delayed due to manufacturing issues. Edsel will be hoping that the quality control gremlins that affected the other releases are absent here.
Grateful Dead / Wake Up To Find Out
Wake Up To Find Out is the official debut of the Grateful Dead 1990 Nassau Coliseum show which featured saxophonist Branford Marsalis.