America, Ruby, Armin van Buuren, The Church, Hiatus Kaiyote and The Crown
It's your favourite day of the week - Friday! We've got some exciting releases ready to become part of your vinyl collection. We might even “crown” it a royal release day, if you know what we mean. Find out more below!
The American folk rock band America released Holiday in 1974. Produced by The Beatles producer Sir George Martin, the album was a big commercial success. Today we're releasing it as a limited edition of 1500 numbered copies on silver coloured vinyl.
Salt Peter is the ground-breaking debut album by industrial triphop band Ruby. Featuring the songs “Tiny Meat”, “Paraffin”, “Hoops” and “Swallow Baby”, the album is now available as a limited edition of 500 copies on “paraffin” coloured vinyl. The package also includes an insert with lyrics.
Legendary trance DJ Armin van Buuren's debut album 76 was released in 2003 and marked the beginning of a highly successful music career. It is now released as a limited edition of 2500 individually numbered copies on transparent blue vinyl. The package contains an insert and there's a secret inscription in the run-out grooves...
Priest=Aura, the jazz infused eighth studio album by Australian alternative rock band The Church, is now available as a limited edition of 1500 individually numbered copies on white & black swirled vinyl.
Another must-have from the land down under: Tawk Tomahawk, the debut album by the renowned jazz-funk band Hiatus Kaiyote, featuring the hit “Nakamarra”, is released as a limited edition of 1500 individually numbered copies on transparent yellow vinyl. It is housed in a deluxe heavyweight jacket with leather laminate.
The Crown fans: today is your day. After releasing the Season 4 soundtrack last week, you can now complete your collection by adding the soundtracks to Season 1, 2 and 3 - all are limited editions of just 300 numbered copies on coloured vinyl. Season 1 is pressed on gold vinyl, Season 2 is pressed on transparent red vinyl and contains an insert, and Season 3 is released on royal silver vinyl and also comes with a 4-page booklet.
76 is the debut studio album by Dutch trance DJ Armin van Buuren. Named after the DJ's year of birth, the album was released shortly after he also celebrated the 100th episode of his radio show A State of Trance. Van Buuren was voted the No. 3 DJ in the world by DJ Mag that same year; a chart that he would eventually top five times.
Lesley Rankine (Silverfish) and Mark Walk (Skinny Puppy) formed Ruby in 1995. Ruby's first album, Salt Peter, was released in 1995. The album would produce three singles, all of which would chart in the UK. It was made almost entirely using computers and without a band. Salt Peter's first single was “Paraffin”, released in November 1995.
The Crown is a drama television series, created and written by Peter Morgan and produced by Left Bank Pictures and Sony Pictures Television for Netflix Original. The show is a biographical story about the early reign of Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom.
Priest=Aura is the eighth studio album by Australian alternative rock band The Church. It is the first record they recorded with drummer Jay Dee Daugherty, famous for his work with Patti Smith. His addition to the band brought a fresh, almost jazz-like sound to their music.
Australian jazz-funk band Hiatus Kaiyote released their debut album Tawk Tomahawk independently in April 2012. Hiatus Kaiyote were subsequently named the Breakthrough Artist of the Year by Gilles Peterson at the Worldwide Music Awards, and soon the band got signed to Sony Music's new sublabel Flying Buddha, where Tawk Tomahawk was licensed to as the label's first-ever release in 2013.
Holiday is the fourth studio album by American folk rock band America, released through Warner Records in June 1974. It was produced by the renowned English producer Sir George Martin, who had previously worked with The Beatles. Holiday was a commercial success, reaching #3 on the Billboard chart and being certified gold in the USA.
There's a new queen in town. The Crown Season 3 will feature an entirely new cast of acclaimed actors taking over the very famous royal roles. The music for season three is composed by Martin Phipps, who has previously composed soundtracks for Black Mirror and Peaky Blinders. This neo-minimalistic score makes use of different tempos, string-based undertones and brass chorus lines.
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