Back to the '90s... and beyond

We get so many requests for classic '90s titles, the fans will have a ball with this week's releases. Check 'em out!


Tori Amos - Under The PinkReleased in 1994, Tori Amos' 2nd album Under The Pink was received with great popular acclaim, establishing Amos as a Pop force to be reckoned with. She forged her own style of songwriting, virtuoso piano playing perfectly complementing her sensitive and subtle voice.

We've thrown in a first pressing of 1.000 pink coloured copies, each individually hand numbered in silver lettering.

  • 180 gram audiophile vinyl
  • First 1000 copies numbered & limited on pink vinyl. Also available on black.



Paul Carrack - CollectedPaul Carrack is best known for his role as songwriter for the band Ace, with the international hit song "How Long" to his credit.

Next to his role in bands like Squeeze (replacing Jools Holland on piano) and Mike & The Mechanics (a side project by Mike Rutherford of Genesis), teaming up with the likes of Eric Clapton, Roxy Music and Nick Lowe, Carrack has forged a successful solo career in the process.

Collected is the definitive collection of the best that Carrack has to offer, available on 2 heavy slabs of vinyl for the first time!

  • 180 gram audiophile vinyl
  • Printed innersleeves
  • Available on vinyl for the first time



Daniel Lanois - For The Beauty of WynonaNext to being an acclaimed producer for artists like U2 and Bob Dylan, Daniel Lanois is an accomplished guitarist in his own right which he displayed on his second solo effort For The Beauty Of Wynona (1993).

Lanois delivered a breezy and warm album, carefully crafted songs with beautiful arrangements, rhythms and soundscapes. This one will definitely grow on you.

Being 20 years ago since its release, and original vinyl copies being very scarce, we're very happy to finally give For The Beauty Of Wynona the proper 180 gram treatment.

  • 180 gram audiophile vinyl



Suicidal Tendencies - Still Cyco After All These YearsStill Cyco After All These Years was originally released in 1993, a compilation of sorts but officially classed as a studio record.

The album includes a re-recording of the entire debut album Suicidal Tendencies (1982) plus re-recordings from Join The Army ("War Inside My Head" and "A Little Each Day") and a B-side only track "Don't Give Me Your Nothin'". The album also includes the classic singles "Institutionalized" and "I Saw Your Mommy".

We present the first reissue of this great album since its original release.

  • 180 gram audiophile vinyl
  • Insert

Also available: Lights... Camera... Revolution [MOVLP749]



Uriah Heep - SalisburyPerfectly combining Heavy Metal and Prog Rock, Uriah Heep proved on their second album Salisbury (1972) that they were the undisputed flag bearers of the British Prog Rock movement.

Absolutely unique about the Music On Vinyl reissue is the bonus LP, which contains a wealth of previously unreleased tracks and single edits. It also contains "Simon The Bullet Freak", a track that was released in the US but was not included in the UK tracklisting. The gatefold sleeve sports the original UK artwork. Heep fans will undoubtedly love it!

  • 180 gram audiophile vinyl
  • Insert
  • Including a bonus LP
  • Expanded edition never before released on vinyl

Also available: Live '73 [MOVLP718]



Bill Withers - MenagerieBill Withers has been making a comeback since the release of the documentary Still Bill, but there are many who would argue that, although he hasn't recorded an album since 1985, he never really left.

His musical legacy has found a place in our hearts and settled into our subconscious, none more so than Menagerie's opening track "Lovely Day".

Now's the perfect time to add this certified gold record that hasn't been reissued on vinyl since 1978 to your ever-growing Bill Withers collection!

  • 180 gram audiophile vinyl

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