Shocking Blue, Therapy?, Exhorder, Tim Buckley
This week we have four new releases on limited edition coloured vinyl. If you're a rock-oriented person: this is your week. Continue reading to find out more.
For starters, we're releasing Shocking Blue's country rock-infused album Scorpio's Dance on pink vinyl. Only 1500 copies are available, so don't wait too long. This special release also includes four bonus tracks that weren't included on the original LP.
Your folk fix comes from Tim Buckley this week. After releasing his son Jeff's full discography, we're now releasing Tim's self-titled debut album as a limited edition of 1000 individually numbered copies on gold coloured vinyl. This folk rock oriented album marked the start of a very versatile career, and is a must have for fans of the genre.
If heavy metal is more your thing, say no more: today is also the release day of Slaughter in the Vatican, the debut studio album by Exhorder. This legendary album is available as a limited edition of 2000 numbered copies on silver coloured vinyl and comes with an insert.
Infernal Love by Irish alternative rockers Therapy? is their third album, and although it marked a change in sound, the album was still very successful. It includes the Hüsker Dü-cover “Diane”, which is still one of the band's biggest hits. Our reissue on black vinyl contains an insert with song lyrics and credits.
Although considered a singles-band, Shocking Blue released a couple of high quality albums. One of the best is Scorpio's Dance in many ways. The album continues the band's exploration into country music and Americana with tracks like “Alaska Country” and “Sally Was a Good Old Girl”. However, the band still stays true to its rock roots as well.
Infernal Love is the third studio album by Irish alternative metal band Therapy?. It was released in 1995, just one year after its successful predecessor Troublegum.
Slaughter in the Vatican is the debut studio album by American heavy metal band Exhorder. It was released on October 23, 1990. The album received favourable reviews, and saw the band being compared to heavy metal legends Pantera.