Opeth, Tindersticks, Phenomena, Spectrum, Vaya Con Dios and the soundtracks The Talented Mr. Ripley and Call Me By Your Name.
Highs, Lows and Heavenly Peaches
By the driving force of lead vocalist, songwriter and guitarist Mikael Åkerfeldt Opeth
became one of the most successful Swedish bands. On their 9th
studio album Watershed they're combining their death metal elements with progressive structured music. The Watershed vinyl package includes a 4-page booklet and a poster. The album is available as a limited edition of 4.000 individually numbered copies on gold colored vinyl. Another amazing release is the slightly bright but still dark coloured Curtains,
recorded by the English alternative rock band Tindersticks.
Stuart and Co created some melancholic melodies questioning on privacy issues and the feelings of lost. This expanded edition contains the 15 original album songs plus 9 bonus tracks with, among others, "Paco's Theme", "A Marriage Made In Heaven" (duet with Isabella Rossellini) and "Rented Rooms".
Tom Galley selected a number of talented musicians to record the atmospheric and melodic songs of Blind Faith.
He formed the Phenomena
project back in 1984 and the 10 well-arranged songs combining some of his best constructed melodies. Blind faith
is available as a limited edition of 1.000 copies on transparent green colored vinyl. Peter Kember, better-known under his name Sonic Boom, recorded several albums with his band Spaceman 3 before he started working on his new project Spectrum.
With the song-oriented Highs, Lows and Heavenly Blows
he made a powerful and hypnotic album. The album is available as a limited edition of 1.500 individually numbered copies on transparent red vinyl. The debut record by the Belgian band Vaya Con Dios
contains an eclectic mix of jazz, soul and blues. The special 30th anniversary edition of 750 individually numbered copies on transparent vinyl includes an insert with a lyrics sheet.
The musical selections director Anthony Minghella chose for his movie The Talented Mr. Ripley
are mostly based on the character of jazz enthusiast Dickie Greenleaf (played in the movie by Jude Law). Jazz tracks from Miles Davis, Charlie Parker and Dizzy Gillepsie among others are alternated with excerpts from Gabriel Yared's Oscar nominated score. The soundtrack is available as a first pressing of 1.500 individually numbered copies on transparent vinyl. Our last soundtrack is a special one: The Limited Peach Season Edition of Call Me By Your Name
. The package includes a poster, an insert and the 180 gram records are housed in 2 exclusive printed innersleeves. The records are pressed on peach-colored vinyl and the gatefold sleeve has a peach scent. Just scratch and sniff on the cover and you'll get the wonderful smell of some fresh peaches. 14.999 individually numbered copies are available, but only in Peach Harvest season.