Looks like most of Depeche Mode's catalog is getting the vinyl ressiue treatment this year via Rhino/WB; 180g version, but no mention of remastering and no bonus tracks included either:
Some Great Reward
Music for the Masses
Songs of Faith and Devotion
Construction Time Again
A Broken Frame
Just pre-ordered Beck's Morning Phase album on vinyl. Love this album already! Also, if you pre-order thru his website, you get early access to ticket sales for his forthcoming tour.
Liars new album Mess has a limited edition for pre-order available:
The wax dipped version of WIXIW went pretty fast, so if you're interested, you should buy it promptly.
*based upon tedious fact checking.
Spiritualized - Songs In A&E
5/1 Sleater-Kinney @ The Palladium
5/8 Stephin Merritt @ The Masonic Lodge at Hollywood Forever Cemetary
5/30 Neutral Milk Hotel @ Pappy & Harriets
6/4 The Mountain Goats @ Pappy & Harriets
7/15 Shellac @ The Regent Theater DTLA
Mogwai - Rave Tapes lp
Tame Impala - Lonerism lp
Tindersticks - Angry Saw lp
The Band - ..... Big Pink MOFI reissue.
The Beatles - Peppers, Revolver, Rubber Soul. All 3 from the 80s I think but I need to research. Silver & Black Parlophone labels. HTM in the deadwax.
Does anyone here have the Massive Attack Mezzanine reissue, and is it worth the ridiculous price tag?
April 25 - Inter Arma
April 27 - The Body & Full of Hell
May 1 - Sleep
May 8-10 - Austin Psych Fest
May 15-17 - Psycho California
June 6 - The Rolling Stones
June 10 - Melvins
June 20 - Blur
June 24-28 - Glastonbury
July 18 - Death Grips?
July 19 - Smashing Pumpkins/Marilyn Manson
July 26 - Faith No More
Yup. And it's a good question. Personally, I'm always torn when it comes to this. For example, UK Rubber Soul has "Drive My Car" and "Nowhere Man" but not "I've Just Seen a Face." I go back & forth. UK Revolver, however, is the far superior version to me.
stupid record companies.
I just think they should be heard in whichever way sounds better overall. For Rubber Soul there's a strong argument to be made for the US press, as the way it arranges songs makes for a stronger, more fullfilled sounding release. I'd agree with Greg.
Doc Daneeka - Walk On In
Sean Sanders - Nervous Job EP
Tiger & Woods - Tool Kit for Winter Fitness
Ital - Workshop 18
Yellow Eyes - The Desert Mourns
Their label: http://www.sibirrecords.com/. I believe there were only 100 US copies and 100 Euro copies though.
Still in stock through the Danish label they partnered with: http://deadsection.dk/store/?product...-12-us-edition
Definitely get both if you can. It is well worth it. Ordering from overseas sucks, but at least doing it in bulk takes a bit of the sting out.
Thrift store today:
Hank Williams - 40 Greatest Hits
The Supremes - Live at the Copa
Count Basie - Greatest Hits
Herbie Hancock - Sunlight
Rod Stewart - Gasoline Alley (and I get home to find that the previous owner kept his copy of Sing It Again Rod in the same jacket. Two for one!)
Gherkin Jerks - Stomp the Beat
Gherkin Jerks - 1990
Plez - Can't Stop
DJ Rashad - I Don't Give a Fuck
Glenn Branca - Lesson No. 1
Drexciya - Journey of the Deep Sea Dweller II
VA - L.I.E.S. presents: Music for Shut-Ins
I slept on that reissue of Ascension...are there still copies available anywhere?
I suppose I could just go on Discogs and figure that out for myself.
Nevermind, found it easy enough. Ordered.