Armin van Buuren, Uncle Tupelo, Earth, Wind & Fire, Miles Davis, The Stone Roses, Status Quo, Babe Ruth, Death Angel, 22-20s, Hair and Passion
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Trance legend Armin van Buuren first released his fourth album Mirage in 2010. Now you can get it on translucent red coloured vinyl. But don't wait too long, as it's a limited edition of 2500 numbered copies. This double LP package includes a gatefold with spot varnish and lyrics, as well as an insert with pictures and credits.
Then there's great news for Uncle Tupelo fans: the first three records by these alternative country pioneers are finally getting the coloured vinyl treatment. Still Feel Gone, No Depression and March 16-20, 1992 are each available as a limited edition of 1500 copies on crystal clear vinyl.
Earth, Wind & Fire are bringing their Spirit straight to your living room. The record is now available on flaming gold coloured vinyl. It's a limited edition of 2500 copies and includes an insert.
Miles In Tokyo was recorded in 1964 at Tokyo Kōsei Nenkin Kaikan, Shinjuku, Tokyo, and it is available on vinyl for the first time in Europe. Get this Miles Davis Quintet live experience now on black vinyl.
Another gem on black vinyl: The Remixes by Madchester rockers The Stone Roses. This compilation album features remixes of their greatest songs by renowned producers like Utah Saints and Paul Oakenfold.
Picturesque Matchstickable Messages from the Status Quo is also reissued on black vinyl. It's the debut album by English rock outfit Status Quo, known for featuring the hit single "Pictures of Matchstick Men" as well as several covers, including songs originally performed by The Lemon Pipers and The Bee Gees.
First Base is the most commercially and critically successful album by British rock group Babe Ruth. The album contains the classic song “The Mexican” and is now available as a limited edition of 1000 individually numbered copies on red translucent vinyl.
Want something a little heavier? Then Frolic Through The Park by Death Angel might just be what you're looking for. This LP is an expanded edition, containing a bonus D-side. It is pressed on silver coloured vinyl and comes in a limited edition of 2000 individually numbered copies.
22-20s is the debut self-titled album by English blues rock band 22-20s. NME called it one of the best albums of 2004, and that statement still holds true. The album is now available on black vinyl.
At The Movies fans: we haven't forgotten about you. The complete recording of the groundbreaking rock musical Hair is available on vinyl for the first time ever. This is a limited edition of 2000 individually numbered copies on green & yellow swirled vinyl (LP 1) and orange & yellow swirled vinyl (LP 2). The package contains a 8-page booklet with pictures and liner notes.
The final release in our Ennio Morricone series is called Passion, and features a selection of defining Morricone songs taken from classic “Italian Passion” films. Passion is available as a limited edition of 3000 individually numbered copies on pink and purple marbled vinyl. The package includes a 4-page insert with liner notes written by Claudio Fuiano. The gatefold sleeve contains a diamond glitter foil spot varnish on the outside and images of iconic movie posters on the inside.
Spirit is the seventh studio album by Earth, Wind & Fire, released 45 years ago, in, 1976 by Columbia Records. The album rose to No. 2 on both the Billboard 200 and Top Soul Albums charts.
Frolic Through the Park is the second studio album by American thrash metal band Death Angel. The album features the single “Bored”, which was used in the 1990 film Leatherface: The Chainsaw Massacare III and was played regularly on MTV's Headbangers Ball.
Miles in Tokyo is a live album recorded on July 14, 1964, by the Miles Davis Quintet (featuring Sam Rivers, Ron Carter, Herbie Hancock and Tony Williams) at the Tokyo Kōsei Nenkin Kaikan, Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan. It is the first recording of Davis in Japan and the only album to showcase an early incarnation of his Second Great Quintet featuring Sam Rivers on tenor saxophone, following George Coleman's departure.
March 16-20, 1992 is the third studio album by alternative country band Uncle Tupelo, released in 1992. The title refers to the five-day span during which the album was recorded. An almost entirely acoustic recording, the album features original songs and covers of traditional folk songs in near equal number, and was produced by R.E.M. guitarist Peter Buck.
Originally released in 2010, Mirage is the fourth studio album by renowned Dutch trance DJ and producer Armin van Buuren. It contains the popular single 'Not Giving Up On Love', featuring British singer Sophie Ellis-Bextor.
The Remixes is a compilation album by The Stone Roses, which features remixes by various producers including Utah Saints and Paul Oakenfold.
No Depression is cited as one of the most important albums in the alternative country genre. The album helped kick start a revolution which reverberated throughout the American underground. In 1999, Spin Magazine listed the album as one of the Top 90 Albums of the 90s.
In 1968 Status Quo's first hit record “Pictures of Matchstick Men” was released and the debut album soon followed. The single reached #7 in the UK, and remains the band's only major hit single in the US, where it reached #12. Picturesque Matchstickable Messages from the Status Quo features several covers, including “Green Tambourine” by The Lemon Pipers and “Spicks and Specks” by The Bee Gees.
Hair is a 1968 rock musical with lyrics by Gerome Ragni and James Rado and music by Galt MacDermot. The work reflects the creators' observations of the hippie counterculture and sexual revolution of the late 1960s. The musical broke new ground in musical theatre by defining the genre of “rock musical”, using a racially integrated cast, and inviting the audience onstage for a “Be-In” finale. The album reached the #1 spot on the Billboard chart and received a Grammy award.
First Base is an album by British rock music group Babe Ruth. It was released in September 1972 and went gold in Canada, and sold very well in the US. It was their biggest success, both in terms of popular and critical acclaim. This LP defines an interesting junction between hard rock and progressive rock.
Passion is the fifth and final part of a series of five double vinyl releases that bring together some of Ennio Morricone's greatest soundtrack music. Each collection centres on a different movie genre, together they allow the listener to rediscover the unmatched genius of the greatest movie composer of all time. Passion once again reminds us that everything in Italian life is approached with gusto, energy and passion.
22-20s is the debut self-titled album by English blues rock band 22-20s. The album was met with critical acclaim upon initial release in 2004. NME called it one of the best British rock albums of the year, praising the band's ability to sound fresh and vital, while remaining intense.
Still Feel Gone (1991) is the second album by American alternative country pioneers Uncle Tupelo. While its predecessor No Depression was filled with uptempo tracks, their follow-up effort showcases a band taking a closer look at the middle ground by acoustic guitars.