Misfits, Elvis Presley, Keb' Mo', Bloodsimple, Benjamin Herman and The Sounds
Trouble with some Famous MonstersThe Misfits are often recognized as the pioneers of the horror punk subgenre. With their fifth studio album Famous Monsters they're bringing punk and metal music together. You still can hear their punk roots, but also the heavier sounds of bass and guitar melodies. The package of Famous Monsters includes a collectable sticker sheet and a 4-page booklet. The release is available as a limited edition of 2.500 individually numbered copies on coloured (transparent green & yellow mixed) vinyl. A year before the tragic dead of the "King of Rock and Roll", Elvis Presley recorded some songs live in the recording studio set-up in his mansion. From Elvis Presley Boulevard, Memphis, Tennessee is one of the final and saddest recordings from his career. The record is available as a limited edition of 2.000 individually numbered copies on transparent blue vinyl. The 2003 documentary series Martin Scorsese Presents the Blues gave Keb' Mo' the opportunity to compile highlights from his career into an album. Classics like "Come On In My Kitchen" and "Am I Wrong" can be found on the double album. The package Includes a 4-page booklet with pictures and liner notes.
Living In America is the debut album by Swedish New Wave band The Sounds, released in 2002.The Sounds embrace epic bands like Blondie, The Cars, Missing Persons and those obscure Garage Rock groups that make up the legendary Nuggets series.
Dying to Say This to You is the second studio album by Swedish new wave group The Sounds. Originally released in 2006, the album blends Swedish-influenced new wave music with a sassy and spunky delivery by vocalist Maja Ivarsson.