Golden Earring, Magnum, Willie Nelson, Lee Perry, Living Colour, The Raveonettes, Rob de Nijs, Black Heat, Aswad, The Nest and Philip Glass
It's your favourite day of the week! Here are some brand new vinyl releases, now available to add to your collection.
Switch is the tenth studio album by Dutch rock band Golden Earring, and it was actually a switch: the album was more influenced by prog and funk than any of their previous releases. Get it now as a limited edition of 1500 individually numbered copies on transparent blue vinyl.
Magnum's second self-titled album II truly highlights the band's trademark harmonies and punchy instrumentals. This limited edition of 1000 individually numbered copies is pressed on silver coloured vinyl.
Heroes is a testament to Willie Nelson's status as a rebel of country music: a beautiful collection of popular pop-country songs, covers of classic songs from the 30's & 40's and new songs with some notable featured artists. This record is out now as a limited edition of 1000 individually numbered copies on solid green coloured vinyl.
Africa's Blood is the first album that reggae singer Lee Perry released under his own name, but his trusted band The Upsetters do appear on most of the tracks. This limited edition of just 1000 individually numbered copies is pressed on vibrant orange coloured vinyl.
Looking for some guitars? Stain showcases a heavy and aggressive Living Colour, containing elements of thrash metal and industrial music. It is released as a limited edition of only 1000 numbered copies on translucent red vinyl.
Chain Gang of Love is the debut album by The Raveonettes, and it quickly gained recognition as lead single “That Great Love Sound” was featured on the soundtrack of FIFA 2004. This indie rock album is now available as a limited edition of 1500 numbered copies on translucent red vinyl.
Het Is Mooi Geweest is the final album by Rob de Nijs, one of the greatest singers of the Netherlands, and serves as a worthy goodbye to his 57 year career. Het Is Mooi Geweest contains an insert with lyrics and is available on black vinyl.
Black Heat is the eponymous debut studio album by American funk group Black Heat. Originally released during The Golden Age of Soul, this album is now available on black vinyl.
Aswad's A New Chapter of Dub, released in 1982, is considered to be one of the greatest dub albums of all time. Now available on black vinyl, this record is part of the reggae series with the Selected Reggae Classics sticker on its seal.
The soundtrack to the acclaimed 2020 thriller film The Nest was created by Arcade Fire member Richard Reed Parry, who also wrote the liner notes for this record. It is released as a limited edition of 500 numbered copies on crystal clear vinyl, with secret inscriptions in the run-out groove and an insert featuring pictures from the movie.
Dancepieces, originally released in 1987, presents music that American composer Philip Glass created for two separate dance performances. It is now released on black vinyl and the package includes the Philip Glass catalogue with info on Music On Vinyl's Philip Glass series.
Dancepieces, originally released in 1987, presents music that American composer Philip Glass created for two separate dance performances. The first half of the album accompanied the Twyla Tharp Dance Foundation in a show called “In the Upper Room,” and the second piece accompanied choreographer Jerome Robbins' “Glasspieces”.
Rob de Nijs, inmiddels een van Nederlands grootste zangers, presenteert zijn allerlaatste album en neemt waardig afscheid van zijn 57 jaar lange carrière als artiest. Het Is Mooi Geweest album bevat een insert met songteksten en is verkrijgbaar op zwart vinyl.
At 87 and with an impressive career spanning more than seven decades, Willie Nelson really needs no introduction. Heroes is a testament to his status as a rebel of country music: a beautiful collection of popular pop-country songs, covers of classic songs from the 30's & 40's and new songs.
A New Chapter of Dub, released in 1982, went on to receive critical acclaim and is considered to be one of the greatest dub albums of all time. Known for its shuddering bass and reverberated brass, as well as the traditional dub use of delay, drop-outs and echo, the album became a landmark in its genre.
Upon release in 1971, Africa's Blood was the first record Lee “Scratch” Perry released under his own name, although his band The Upsetters do appear on most of the tracks. There's an undeniable influence from American contemporary R&B, but still Perry's signature dub and reggae fusion shines through.
Stain (1993) is the third album by Living Colour. The album features a much heavier and aggressive Living Colour, containing elements of thrash metal and industrial music
Magnum II is the eponymous second studio album by English hard rock band Magnum. Originally released in 1979, the album highlights the band's trademark harmonies and punchy instrumentals very well.
Danish indie rock duo The Raveonettes first met in Copenhagen in 2001, after which they quickly began recording their first EP Whip It On. Their first full album Chain Gang of Love followed in 2003, and it quickly gained recognition as lead single “That Great Love Sound” was featured on the soundtrack of FIFA 2004.
The Nest is a 2020 thriller film, which tells the story of a family plunged into uncertainty upon relocation from America to England, as the tense isolation of their new home affects them differently. Its soundtrack was arranged by Richard Reed Parry, best known as a member of the indie rock band Arcade Fire, where he plays a wide variety of instruments.