Original Deep Purple riff-smith Ritchie Blackmore and vocal scorcher Ian Gillan were finally reunited on their 1992 full-length The Battle Rages On... at long last available on 180 gram heavyweight vinyl!
After overwhelming demand by our fans (yes, that's you!), we succeeded in releasing 16 Horsepower's second album Low Estate. The Music On Vinyl issue is the first vinyl pressing of this excellent album, and we couldn't thank you enough for all your requests!
The monster hit "Fire Water Burn" propelled the second album of Punk-Pop pranksters Bloodhound Gang from frat-house obscurity into the Pop mainstream. With lyrics full of perverted innuendo and toilet-humour served on a bedding of simple punky chords, One Fierce Beer Coaster was just what the kids in 1996 needed. The first 1.000 copies are lovingly churned out onto brown vinyl!
The Crystals is the pop group who, along with Phil Spector's production defined the girl-group sound in the early Sixties. They released a string of hit singles on Spector's own Philles Records label such as "Da Doo Ron Ron", "Then He Kissed Me", "There's No Other Like My Baby'' and "He's a Rebel".
There's A Riot Goin' On went straight to number 1 upon release. It still appears on plenty of 'greatest albums of all time' lists (Rolling Stone placed it on #99 out of 500) and is seen as one of the most important and influential albums of the 1970s.
Johnny Cash's first album on Columbia is also regarded as his best from his late fifties period. Maintaining his stripped-down, bare bones Country Blues style the album is simply all killer, no filler. Classic Cash. Finally available on 180 gram vinyl!
In a time when Big Bands were no longer fashionable, orchestra conductor Gil Evans and Miles Davis forged their own path and put a 19-piece band behind Davis. It marked the start of a fruitful collaboration.
An interpretation of Gershwin's work by Miles Davis and composer Gil Evans. Miles is accompanied by fellow musicians Cannonball Adderley (alto sax), Paul Chambers (bass) and Jimmy Cobb (drums) this album is an essential for any serious Jazz collection! Now available in glorious mono.
The conception of Sketches Of Spain can be placed in the 'most melodic' era of Miles Davis's work, being one of his most accessible and less improvisational albums which broke out of the constraints of Jazz as a genre. Now also available in glorious mono (stereo version here).