Out This Week / on 8 April 2016

Associates / The Very Best Of (2CD)

A month ahead of the album reissues, BMG’s ‘Metro Select’ imprint put out this Associates best of, which contains some unreleased rarities for fans. Read more

Andy Partridge / The Fuzzy Warbles (3CD sets)

Previously available as eight full-priced discs with the 9th disc (Hinges) only available as part of a limited edition box set, XTC‘s Andy Partridge’s excellent demos/rarities series, Fuzzy Warbles, is now being released in a VERY affordable collection of 3CD sets.

Cluster / 1971-1981 (9CD box set)

A limited edition (1500 only) box set featuring German electronic pioneers Cluster‘s eight albums plus a previously unreleased album of two live recordings from the years 1972 and 1977. All the music is remastered.

Thompson Twins / Hold Me Now (2CD)

Probably nothing to see for fans, but this Thompson Twins compilation contains all the hits with some bonus twelve-inch extended remixes. Read more

Placebo / Meds (vinyl LP)

This remastered vinyl LP reissue of Placebo‘s fifth studio album, 2006’s Meds is available in limited edition pink vinyl, and includes the singles Because I Want You, Song To Say Goodbye, Infra-Red and Meds.

Erasure / further vinyl reissues

More Erasure vinyl reissues released this week as part of the 30th anniversary celebrations. Namely Wild!, Chorus and I Say, I Say, I Say.

John Carpenter / Dark Star (vinyl LP)

Very limited vinyl pressing of the original motion picture soundtrack of 1974’s Dark Star. John Carpenter not only wrote and directed the science fiction comedy, but he composed the score too. This comes with a bonus red vinyl seven-inch  consisting of incidental music, sound effects, John Carpenter’s synth experimentations, dialogue excerpts, and vintage interferences extracted directly from the film roll.

Scott Walker / Sings Jacques Brel (vinyl LP)

Music on Vinyl reissue of the 1981 album that compiles Jacques Brel compositions recorded by Scott Walker, including Amsterdam and My Death.

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