Scored by the award-winning Paul Leonard-Morgan (Limitless, Spooks/MI5), the edgy, industrial soundtrack sets the perfect tone for the bleak metropolis of Mega-City One in the 'relentlessly entertaining' movie. Paul Leonard-Morgan has collaborated as a producer and arranger with artists such as Snow Patrol, Belle & Sebastian, Craig Armstrong, Nada Surf and Mogwai.
The 8th Alan Parsons Project album Vulture Culture was released in 1985 and remains one of the Project's poppiest efforts. The A-side contains concise and catchy songs, whereas the B-side goes into a more experimental direction with songs like "Hawkeye".
The album yielded two singles: the opener "Let's Talk About Me" which gathered high scores on European charts and "Days Are Numbers (The Traveller)".
We're proud to announce the first ever vinyl release of Falling Into Infinity! Falling Into Infinity was released in 1997 and marked a shift to a more accessible mainstream direction for Dream Theater.
While each song is ingenuously executed , song structures are trimmed down to great effect – these tunes stick in your head after just one spin. "Burning My Soul" made it to a single, hitting the 33rd mark on the US Mainstream Rock charts.
The Devil and God Are Raging Inside Me is the third studio album by American alternative rock band Brand New, released in 2006. Formed in Long Island in 2000, Brand New gained a large fanbase with a clever blend of Indie Rock & Emo.
This is an excellent record which is in great demand, and so it deserves a hand numbered first pressing on red marbled vinyl. Don't sleep on this one!
Reaching #4 on the Billboard 200, On How Life Is meant instant success for R&B singer Macy Gray. The hit single "I Try" topped multiple charts, of which the Mainstream US Top 40 was arguably the crown on its achievement.
With a contemporary mix of Hip Hop minded Soul, Gray has been a force to be reckoned with ever since.
Released in 2003, Room On Fire was the name of the follow-up to Is This It [MOVLP085]. The album not only sold well (eventually peaking at #4 in the US Billboard 200), it also delivered in a musical sense.
First vinyl reissue since its original release.
Coming up: First Impressions Of Earth [MOVLP885] 18.11.13