In recent months, Rhino has released expanded versions of Fleetwood Mac’s two studio albums from the 1980s, but for those of you who’ve been waiting for an opportunity to pick up just the straightforward vinyl reissues of these remastered LPs, now’s your big chance.
It’s easy to sell a Dead Head on a documentary about The Grateful Dead, but Amir Bar-Lev’s Long Strange Trip has already been acclaimed by critics far and wide, and it’s anticipated to earn considerably more praise upon its premiere on Amazon Prime Video on June 2. Thankfully, you don’t have to wait that long to enjoy the music from the film, and you can do so whether you have Amazon Prime or not.
In 2015, we made Bad Company fans very, very happy when we reissued the band’s first two albums in remastered and expanded form. Now it’s time for us to bring the happiness once more: we’ve just released remastered versions of the band’s third and fourth albums, RUN WITH THE PACK and BURNIN’ SKY and, even better, 180-gram vinyl reissues of the albums with selections from the bonus material included.
Remember Foreigner’s 4? Well, now it’s time for Foreigner’s 40.
30 years ago today, The Cure released the album that would prove to be their first entry in the top 40 of the Billboard 200 and – perhaps more impressively – would provide them with their first-ever top-40 hit on the Billboard Hot 100.
35 years ago this month, Alison Moyet and Vince Clarke of Yazoo – or Yaz if you’re in America or Canada – announced that they were calling it quits. To honor this admittedly depressing anniversary, we’re taking a look back at the duo’s back catalog, but don’t worry, it won’t take long. After all, they only released two albums.
31 years ago today, The Monkees kicked off their first proper reunion tour since the group’s original dissolution.