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Out This Week / 20 July 2015

Roger Water / Amused to Death reissue

Roger Waters best studio album is reissued and represented across a large number of formats including CD+Blu-ray, double vinyl and SACD. Read more


The Sisters of Mercy / First and Last and Always (box)

The Sisters of Mercy‘s 1985 debut is reissued by Warners as a 4LP box set, although technically it’s an LP and three 12-inch singles, all pressed on 180g vinyl. Read more


John Foxx / 20th Century: The Noise

This new Metamatic Records’ compilation of John Foxx material covers the years from his debut single Underpass in January 1980 to the rest of the last century (hence the title). Includes some rarities and an unreleased instrumental.


David Bowie / Fame (picture disc)

The David Bowie 40th anniversary picture discs continue and this week Fame is released backed with an alternate version of Young Americans album track Right. Read more


Björk / Vulnicura (2LP coloured vinyl)

Bjork‘s recent studio album Vulnicura gets a limited pressing 5000 on 2LP neon vinyl. Read more


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Grace Jones / Slave to the Rhythm (reissue)

Culture Factory don’t have a great reputation for dynamics and sound quality, but early word on this reissue of Grace Jones‘ 1985 album Slave to the Rhythm is that it’s not bad at all. Read more


Fatboy Slim / You’ve Come A Long Way, Baby (LP reissue)

The massively successful second album by Fatboy Slim was released in 1998 and spawned many hit singles. No bonus tracks on this vinyl reissue though which is spread across two LPs.


Metallica / Load (2LP vinyl reissue)

Metallica‘s sixth studio album Load is reissued on double vinyl. Shop at Amazon Germany for the best price.

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2 responses to Out This Week / 20 July 2015

  1. Gerald says:

    Can anybody tell me whether the Grace Jones CD contains the original full mixes which were on the CD or whether it is based on one of the abridged CD versions?

    • Paul Sinclair says:

      It is the full version apparently. I’ve read confirmation of this elsewhere, although I should add I haven’t heard it myself.

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