Dream Theater's first album with vocalist James LaBrie is an excellent mix of various progressive metal styles. Standout tracks include the complex "Metropolis, Pt. 1", "Pull Me Under" (also released as a single and video, an MTV favourite in 1992), "Take the Time" and the 11-minute "Learning to Live."
Also available : Six Degrees Of Inner Turbulence (MOVLP781)
Blind Faith were arguably one of the biggest and short lived super-groups of the late sixties, featuring former Cream members Eric Clapton and Ginger Baker and Traffic / Spencer Davis Group's organist Steve Winwood. Their one and only album Blind Faith was hugely successful.
The Music On Vinyl reissue boasts the original LP with its original, controversial artwork with the addition of a second LP. This bonus disc includes 5 bonus tracks that have never seen the light of day on vinyl previously!
To celebrate the Music on Vinyl 180-gram reissue, we've pressed the first 2000 copies on transparent blue vinyl and included their impressive and popular Lionel Richie cover "Easy" as a hidden bonus track!
Recorded in New Orleans, Road Apples (1991) was the breakthrough release from Canada's best Tragically Hip. Songs like "Little Bones", "Twist My Arm" and "Long Time Running" are some of the best songs the band of childhood friends have ever written. Singer Gord Downie's voice pulls you right into the heart of the Hip – an energetic, emotional and poetic journey. Available on vinyl for the first time since its original release.
Coming up: Up To Here (August 19, 2013)
Kris Kristofferson had a belated start of a great recording career when he was in his mid thirties, releasing Kristofferson in 1970. The Nashville star distinguished himself from other Country acts, taking on a political stance lyrically that exceeded Nashville standards.
Songs on Kristofferson were picked up by fellow artists Johnny Cash ("Sunday Mornin' Comin' Down") and Janis Joplin ("Me And Bobby McGee") recognizing his stature as a songwriter instantly. This album hasn't seen a vinyl reissue for three decades!
A band like Wishbone Ash need to be experienced live. On Live Dates (1973), the band exercise their repertoire with engaging quality – their exquisite performances drag you into the colourful world of these progressive Brit rockers. You just wish you were there to witness their greatness in person. Listening to the audiophile vinyl version of this classic live album is the next best thing.