Including Within Temptation, The Calling, Bloodline, Modern Talking and James Horner's score for Titanic amongst others.
We hope you enjoyed last week's Record Store Day during Black Friday 2022. In case you cannot get enough, there are once again new records in stores now:
For the first time available on vinyl are the three times Platinum certified album Camino Palmero by The Calling, which features "Wherever You Will Go", and the self-titled debut album by Bloodline, which was Joe Bonamassa's first band.
Several brand-new titles on vinyl, including The Aftermath EP by Within Temptation, which features live recordings of the 2021 VR live show. Also, the 2LP Chansons Collected nothing but French classics, and the second volumes to the Decades Collected series: Sixties Collected Vol. 2, Seventies Collected Vol. 2, and Eighties Collected Vol. 2.
For Modern Talking fans we have three 12 inches on coloured vinyl, You Can Win If You Want, You're My Heart, You're My Soul and Cheri, Cheri Lady.
Lastly, we're celebrating several anniversaries with reissues on coloured vinyl: 10th anniversary of Gare Du Nord Rendezvous 8:02, 25th anniversary of Sugar Ray Floored, 25th anniversary of James Horner's score to the iconic Titanic and the 30th anniversary of 2 Brothers on the 4th Floor Dreams (Expanded Edition).
More news from Within Temptation: Today they released a brand new single, titled "The Fire Within", which is now available on both CD and vinyl - exclusively at their music store. Shop now.
American rock band Sugar Ray released their second studio album Floored in 1997, which was the first album to feature DJ Homicide as an official member of the band. Floored includes two versions of the hit track “Fly”, one of them featuring reggae artist Super Cat.
“You Can Win If You Want” is Modern Talking's second single released from their debut album (1985). The single entered the top 10 in Germany. After three weeks it got into the top-5. Eventually, the single was certified gold in Germany and France.
Eighties Collected Vol. 2 features the best songs and hits that find their origin in the Eighties. This 2LP compilation album features Eurythmics “It's Alright (Baby's Coming Back)”, Hall & Oates “You Make My Dreams (Come True)”, The Mission “Tower Of Strength”, Spandau Ballet “Only When You Leave” and Soft Cell “Tainted Love” amongst others.
In 2000, Max Bernis formed the American rock band Say Anything together with some friends. Up until 2018, when the band went on a hiatus, they released eight studio albums. In 2007 they released their third studio album In Defense of the Genre. Bernis mentioned on the album that “musically, it's different, more mature and somewhat more cohesive and poppy, but darker in a whole different way”.
“Cheri, Cheri Lady” was Modern Talking's third single in a row that peaked at #1 on the German singles chart. This is the only single released from Modern Talking's second album Let's Talk About Love, released in 1985.
Titanic is the 1997 epic romance-disaster film directed, written, co-produced, and co-edited by James Cameron. The movie stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet as members of different social classes who fall in love aboard the ship during its fateful maiden voyage.
Trijntje Oosterhuis works together with the Jazz Orchestra of the Concertgebouw for the recordings of this album. Together they have provided a number of Christmas classics with completely new arrangements.
The American rock band was formed in 1996 by lead singer and guitarist Alex Band and guitarist Aaron Kamin. They're best known for their hit single “Wherever You Will Go”, which topped the Adult Top 40 for 23 consecutive weeks, making it the second longest running #1 hit in the chart's history. The track featured on their debut album Camino Palmero, which was released in 2001. At the time, the band's lineup included Band, Kamin, Sean Woolstenhulme, Nate Wood and the Grammy Award-nominated multi-instrumentalist Billy Mohler.
The Dutch-Belgian jazz band duo Gare Du Nord released their seventh studio album Rendezvous 8:02 in 2012. Since their formation at the beginning of this century they released a list of jazz and blues albums in which they show the listener how much fun they have creating their musical pieces.
Chansons Collected is compiled from the rich world of French artists and celebrates the French songs in optima forma. Classics chansons by Jacques Brel, Barbara, Yves Montand, France Gall, Julien Clerc, Juliette Gréco, Charles Aznavour and Edith Piaf amongst others are featured on the Chansons Collected 2LP.
Bloodline was an American blues-rock band from New York City, New York. Formed in 1991, the group originally featured vocalist Aaron Hagar, lead guitarist “Smokin' Joe” Bonamassa, rhythm guitarist Waylon Krieger, bassist Berry Oakley Jr., drummer Erin Davis and keyboardist Lou Segreti.
Sixties Collected Vol. 2 features the best songs and hits that find their origin in the Sixties. This 2LP compilation album features Buffalo Springfield “For What It's Worth”, The Byrds “Eight Miles High”, Marvin Gaye “I Heard It Through The Grapevine”, Joe Cocker “Delta Lady” and Aretha Franklin “Chain Of Fools” amongst others.
During the worldwide pandemic, when many bands were setting up livestreams, the symphonic metal pioneers decided to go even further and presented the virtual reality show The Aftermath. This spectacular immersive, tech-driven event allowed them to perform in four different futuristic virtual worlds that interact with both the band and the music. The set included both old and new material, as they presented the single “Shed My Skin” for the first time during the live set and played a brand new version of “Forsaken”.
Seventies Collected Vol. 2 features the best songs and hits that find their origin in the Seventies. This 2LP compilation album features The Police “Can't Stand Losing You”, Blue Öyster Cult “Then Came The Last Days Of May”, J.J. Cale “Cajun Moon”, Ringo Starr “Photograph” and The Rolling Stones “Fool To Cry” amongst others.
“You're My Heart, You're My Soul” is the first and best-selling single by Modern Talking, released off their debut album The 1st Album.
Dutch Eurodance group 2 Brothers On The 4th Floor was founded in 1990, when the two brothers Bobby and Martin Boer started experimenting with music in a small bedroom in their parental apartment on the 4th floor. In 1992, they released their debut album Dreams, which featured several international charting hits: “Never Alone” with D-Rock (René Philips) and Des'Ray (Desirée Manders), “Let Me Be Free” and “Dreams”.
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