At the moment this Dutch catalog contains around 100 albums, and it includes releases by legendary artists and bands like Golden Earring, Cuby & The Blizzards, Shocking Blue, but also "newer" artists like Jett Rebel, Eurovision favorites Douwe Bob, Common Linnets a.o.
The next couple of months, the Dutch Vinyl Masters Series will be extended, as several high quality re-issues from Urban Dance Squad, Blues Dimension, Bintangs, Focus, Herman Brood and Gruppo Sportivo will be included in the ever growing Music On Vinyl catalogue.
Brand new albums by by Kensington and Anouk will see the light of day on Music On Vinyl as well.
All albums have limited edition copies on coloured vinyl!
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Persona Non Grata is the critically acclaimed third studio album by Dutch crossover band Urban Dance Squad. Persona Non Grata became more aggressive than the previous two albums, resulting in their most hard rock and heavy metal influenced album. The album was released in the midst of the grunge period.
The third album by Dutch progressive rock group Focus was originally released in 1972 simply called Focus 3. This reissue of the album is presented in audiophile quality on 180 gram vinyl. The epic composition "Anonymus II" is included in its entirety (over 26 minutes long) on 1 LP side. The U.S. single version of "Hocus Pocus" and an edited version of "Anonymus" are added as bonus tracks.
Herman Brood may be the only real Dutch equivalent of the Sex, Drugs en Rock & Roll lifestyle. Street is a classic Dutch album! The reissue is pressed on 180 gram audiophile vinyl with gatefold sleeve and remastered audio!
Blues On The Ceiling was the Bintangs's debut album, originally released in 1969 on the Decca label. The album showcases their raw sound playing tracks and covers from Muddy Waters, W.C. Handy and Willie Dixon.
Back To 78 was released in the height of Gruppo Sportivo's career in 1978 and includes some of their biggest successes like "Hey Girl", "Tokyo" and "I Said No". The album was produced by Robert Jan Stips (Supersister, Golden Earring, The Nits).
The recording of the album Live In Japan took place in their prime years as they were successfully and regularly touring around the globe. It includes some of their biggest hits; "Hot Sand", "Mighty Joe", "Shocking You" and the megahit "Venus"( the opening and closing song of the album).
The second and self-titled album Blues Dimension from 1968 was produced by Tony Vos, who was responsible for arranging and producing many Dutch pop acts. Their biggest hit was a fantastic cover of the classic Rare Earth song "Get Ready".