David Bowie / Nothing Has Changed (greatest hits)
Bruce Springsteen / The Album Collection, Vol 1 (box set)
Depeche Mode / Live in Berlin (5-disc box set)
The Jam / Setting Sons (deluxe and super deluxe)
Various Artists / The Art of McCartney (Various Editions)
Lisa Stansfield / Album reissues & box set
Apparently delayed from last week… Lisa Stansfield‘s Arista albums expanded to deluxe three-disc sets including 1989’s smash hit Affection. A brand new remix anthology is also released and everything can be purchased as part of a smart box set.
Jimmy Somerville / Dance & Desire: Rarities & Desire (2CD+DVD)
First announced back in July, Edsel’s Jimmy Somerville set is finally out this week. Part rarities mopping up exercise and part video anthology, this three-disc package takes in all the different elements of Somerville’s career (Bronski Beat, Communards, and solo artist) and should be a fine companion to the 2012 deluxe editions.
Captain Beefheart / Sun Zoom Spark (Box sets)
The Stranglers / Here & There: The Epic B-sides Collection
The Kinks / The Anthology 1964-1971 (new album)
Bryan Ferry / Avonmore (new album)
The 15th solo album from Bryan Ferry includes collaborations with Nile Rodgers and Johnny Marr and features two cover versions, a rendition of Stephen Sondheim‘s Send In The Clowns and a version of Robert Palmer’s Johnny and Mary.
The Rolling Stones / From The Vault: LA Forum Live in 1975
Just two weeks on from the inaugural Rolling Stones From The Vault release (Hampton Coliseum: Live in 1981) the second volume skips back six years to 1975 and the band’s first time on the road with new guitarist Ronnie Wood.
Henry Mancini / The Classic Soundtrack Collection (box)
Monty Python / Live at the o2: One Down Five to Go
Monty Python Live (mostly) One Down Five to Go celebrates this summer’s o2 reunion . and contains the DVD, the Blu-ray and exclusive audio of the show on two CDs packaged within a 60-page 12″ square hardback book.