Put a little colour on your shelves...!
This week's batch is all about colour.
All the releases for this week are numbered, limited and coloured!
Please note: when sold out, all these titles will be available on regular black vinyl.
What do we have lined up?
Trash the million seller by rock singer Alice Cooper with guest performances by Jon Bon Jovi, Stiv Bators & Steven Tyler.
Blending rap, funk, hardcore punk, heavy metal, with socially aware lyrics equals Downset. Do We Speak A Dead Language, their 2nd album, has all the distinguished Downset trademarks.
Odetta was an American singer, actress, guitarist and songwriter. Odetta Sings features songs by Randy Newman, Paul McCartney, James Taylor, Elton John and the Rolling Stones. Carole King is playing piano on the album.
Soft Machine's Seven is a highly diverse album, combining minimal, spacey elements with some great instrumental jamming.
Next up are two albums by Piet Goddaer's alter ego Ozark Henry. This Last Warm Solitude is his second studio album and contains the singles "Radio (18.104.22.168.22.214.171.124)" and "Summer Junkie".
Birthmarks will be available on vinyl for the first. Released in 2001, this album spent 92 weeks in the Belgian charts.
This week's At The Movies release is Michael Giacchino's score of the 2017 blockbuster movie War for the Planet of the Apes.
Have a great weekend,
The MOV Crew
For the first time since its original release in 2001, Birthmarks is now available on vinyl. The package includes a 4 page booklet with liner notes, pics and lyrics. To top it off, the first pressing is a strictly limited edition. 500, individually numbered copies, are pressed on transparent vinyl.
This Last Warm Solitude is the 2nd studio album by Piet Goddaers alter ego Ozark Henry. The first single of the album "Radio (126.96.36.199.188.8.131.52)" was written for a friend who died of cancer, a few days before the release of This Last Warm Solitude. "Summer Junkie" reached number 1 in the UK Tipsheet chart.
Their unique take on jazz rock was groundbreaking. Seven is a highly diverse album combining minimal, spacey elements and some great instrumental jamming. It was also the last of their studio releases to carry a numbered title.