Starting this week's new releases with the bleak, urban band Downset. which fuses rap and hard rock with their 'socially aware' lyrics. The album Downset. is heavily sought-after. First pressing is limited to 1.000 copies on blue vinyl.
Next limited edition in this week's releases is the album Roots & Echoes by the English rock band The Coral. This year marks the 10th anniversary of the colourful indie rock album. The first, limited, run of this anniversary edition is pressed on 180 gram transparent red vinyl.
Continuing with a little-known gem of the 70s British rock era is the album In Hearing Of by Atomic Rooster. The genre is not-quite-metal, not-quite-progressive, but evocative and very well executed. This reissue is now available in a glorious gatefold sleeve.
First up in the At The Movies category is the music of the story from warrior princess Diana. The score to Wonder Woman is written and composed by Rupert-Gregson Williams, who perfectly shaped the sound of battle in this newest DC instalment. The first pressing of Wonder Woman is available as a limited edition on gold vinyl and numbered sleeves.
Then the last album from this week; the score of the film A Pure Formality, composed by Ennio Morricone. This album is another pearl of the Classic Soundtrack series and is a real gem in the mystery thriller genre. This will be strictly limited to 1.000 numbered copies on transparent vinyl.
Have a nice weekend,
Music On Vinyl
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Roots & Echoes is the fourth full-length studio album by The Coral. It was released on 6 August 2007, and debuted in the UK Albums Chart at No. 8. The album spawned three hit singles; "Who's Gonna Find Me", "Jacqueline" and "Put the Sun Back".
Rupert Gregson-Williams, a member of Hans Zimmer's Remote Control Productions team of composers, wrote and composed the film's music. He was joined by Tom Howe, Paul Mounsey and Andrew Kawczynski who provided additional music.
Australian singer Sia wrote a song for the film, titled "To Be Human," featuring English musician Labrinth, which is also featured on the soundtrack.