Including Rock Ballads Collected, Morcheeba, The Hoochie Coochie Men and K's Choice amongst others.
Are you ready for a deep dive into this week's new releases?
Let's kick off in style with Morcheeba's sixth studio album Dive Deep, which is available on vinyl for the first time as a limited edition of 2500 copies on turquoise coloured vinyl and includes a 4-page booklet.
The next one in our Collected Series is Rock Ballads Collected. It showcases the soft side of iconic artists, including Aerosmith “I Don't Want To Miss A Thing”, Def Leppard “Love Bites”, Marillion “Lavender”, Styx “Babe”, Rush “Closer To The Heart” and Pearl Jam “Just Breathe”. Rock Ballads Collected is available as a limited edition of 3500 numbered copies on translucent red coloured vinyl.
Danger: White Men Dancing is the second studio album by The Hoochie Coochie Men. This renowned Australian blues group was composed of former members of Rainbow, Black Sabbath, Ozzy Osbourne and Deep Purple. Danger: White Men Dancing is available on vinyl for the first time as a limited edition of 1000 copies on yellow coloured vinyl and features guest performances by Deep Purple lead singer Ian Gillan.
The second and third studio album by Belgian band K's Choice, Paradise In Me and Cocoon Crash, are also in stores now. Paradise In Me is available as a limited edition of 750 copies on solid white coloured vinyl. The D-side contains an etch and the vinyl package includes an insert. Cocoon Crash is available as a limited edition of 750 copies on solid white coloured vinyl and includes a 4 page booklet with lyrics and pictures.
Tim Buckley's 1967 album Goodbye And Hello is available as a limited edition of 1500 copies on translucent yellow coloured vinyl. The album includes fan favourites “No Man Can Find The War”, “I Never Asked To Be Your Mountain” and the title track "Goodbye And Hello".
Back in store on black vinyl are Modern Talking's Alone (The 8th Album) and the Hip Hop Collected, showcasing 25 early pioneers who participated in the rise of hip hop.
Cocoon Crash is the third studio album by the Belgian band K's Choice, released in 1998. The album includes the singles “Believe”, “Everything For Free”, and “If You're Not Scared”. Musically, it is comparable to their second album, Paradise In Me, though more musically diverse, and with a generally lighter tone and subject matter.
Alone was Modern Talking's eighth studio album and the follow-up on their comeback album in 1998. Their comeback was well celebrated, because this album topped the charts once again. The album was supported by two singles, “You Are Not Alone” and “Sexy, Sexy Lover”, which charted at #7 and #15 in Germany.
Hip Hop Collected will take you on a musical journey through the history of hip hop. This 2LP covers the first 20 years of the genre, showcasing 25 early pioneers who participated in the rise of hip hop. This compilation features music from the new labels that started to rise from the underground scene, like Sugar Hill Records, Profile and of course Def Jam. Including artists that defined a genre, a lifestyle and most of all, artists that inspired millions of young kids with both socially critical lyrics as well as classic party anthems.
The Hoochie Coochie Men were a renowned Australian blues group composed of former Rainbow, Black Sabbath and Ozzy Osbourne bass player Bob Daisley, guitarist and singer Tim Gaze and drummer Rob Grosser. The band was active between 2001 and 2007 and released two studio albums, including Danger: White Men Dancing.
Tim Buckley released his second album Goodbye And Hello in 1967. According to critics, the album is inspired by the spirit of The Beatles' Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band and includes fan favourites “No Man Can Find The War”, “I Never Asked To Be Your Mountain” and the title track.
Because even the biggest rock stars have a soft side, Music On Vinyl and Universal Music present Rock Ballads Collected. Rock Ballads Collected showcases the soft side of iconic artists with 24 ultimate slow jams, including Aerosmith “I Don't Want To Miss A Thing”, Def Leppard “Love Bites”, Marillion “Lavender”, Styx “Babe”, Rush “Closer To The Heart” and Pearl Jam “Just Breathe”.
Paradise In Me is the second album by the Belgian band K's Choice. Six singles were released from the album: "A Sound that Only You Can Hear", "Mr. Freeze", "Not an Addict", "Wait", "Dad" and "Iron Flower". "Not an Addict" reached #5 on the U.S. Modern Rock Tracks chart. This is the first ever vinyl release of the band's sophomore album! We've included a beautiful etch on the album's D-side.
British electronic band Morcheeba released their sixth studio album Dive Deep, which was the second album without former lead singer Skye Edwards. Instead, band members (and brothers) Ross and Paul Godfrey collaborated with several guest performers for the recordings. Two singles were released prior to the album release date, “Enjoy The Ride” and “Gained The World”.