Brutal Youth (1994) was Elvis Costello's return to the sound heard earlier in his career. Born Declan Patrick MacManus, the Grammy Award winning artist has had a fruitful career with over 35 albums to his name. Featuring Nick Lowe on bass (who recorded with John Hiatt's Bring The Family [MOVLP786] and Little Village [MOVLP726]) Brutal Youth is unmistakably the best album Costello made in the '90s.
Now available for the first time on vinyl, housed in a beautiful gatefold sleeve.
The eponymous debut album of J. Geils Band (1970) established them as a true rockin' ensemble, with a high fun factor added to the mix. Influenced by Blues, Doo Wop, R&B and Rock & Roll, the band forged a distinctive groovy and uplifting style – resonating with millions of fans worldwide.
Just like the original album sleeve, we've included a 'golden touch' with the artwork!
Tragically Hip's debut full lenght album Up To Here was released in 1989 and showed the world what these Canadian Blues influenced Pop rockers were capable of. 'The Hip' established themselves as Canada's best musical export product in their subsequent career, 25 years and counting.
Standout tracks on Up To Here include "Boots Or Hearts", "Blow At High Dough" and "38 Years Old". Their following album Road Apples [MOVLP808] would prove a smash, too.
Also available: Road Apples [MOVLP808]