Out This Week / 23 February 2015

Led Zeppelin / Physical Graffiti super deluxe edition box set

Led Zepellin/ Physical Graffiti reissue

Physical Graffiti, Led Zeppelin‘s sixth studio album is reissued across familiar formats including the pictured top-of-the-range super deluxe edition box set. Read more

David Bowie / Young Americans 40th anniversary pic disc

Once of David Bowie‘s very best singles is reissued on its 40th birthday as this limited edition seven-inch vinyl picture disc. Read more

Pat Travers  / Feelin’ Right: The Polydor Albums

Seven Pat Travers studio albums (newly remastered) from his Polydor era are collected on this four-CD set plus 1978 live set Live! Go For What You Know. Read more

Various Artists / Blank & Jones present So80s 9

Three-CD set of original twelve-inch mixes from the 1980s, with many new to CD. Great line-up of artists including Fleetwood Mac, Sade, John Waite, The Cure, Duran Duran and New Order. Read more

Uriah Heep / Live at Koko London 2014

Deluxe 2CD+DVD set of the English rock band’s London gig from March 2014. Also available as standalone blu-ray.

Yngwie Malmsteen / Now Your Ships Are Burned: The Polydor Years

Great value 4CD Malmsteen set which includes five studio albums issued between 1984-1990 and Trial By Fire: Live in Leningrad – all newly remasteredRead more

The Orb / History of the Future, Part 2

The Orb / History of the Future – Part 2

The Orb follow-up their 2013 set with another four-disc box, this time focusing on their independent label activity. Read more

Dr. Feelgood / I’m A Man: Best of Wilko Johnson Years

Single CD round-up of the Canvey Island band’s first line-up, aka the Wilko Johnson era. Read more

Kiki Dee‘s first two albums on Elton John’s Rocket Records label are reissued in this good value 2-for-1 package. Loving And Free was produced by Elton and includes some John/Taupin originals. Comes with eight bonus tracks.

One response to Out This Week / 23 February 2015

  1. Simon says:

    I ordered so80s 9 from Germany so have had it for about ten days. I won’t comment on the music as that is down to everyone’s personal taste. That said, personally I miss having a mixed cd in the package, but that’s just me. Am pleased to see the essay comes in English now too; it’s great to be able to share B&J’s enthusiasm. I’m disappointed though that the slit for the booklet isn’t big enough, and although I was very careful, I still managed to rip the packaging when I first tried to put the booklet away. Yet, the booklet went away happily for the first 7 (?) volumes of the series :(

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