Out This Week / 25 March 2013

Depeche Mode / Delta Machine deluxe edition

Depeche Mode  / Delta Machine

Delta Machine, the Essex boys’ first album for Columbia records is released today and is available in this 2CD deluxe edition. Read more

FIRST PICTURES: Stephen Stills / Carry On 4CD box set

Stephen Stills / Carry On 4CD box set

A beautifully packaged Stephen Stills box set, with a booklet that has clearly had a lot of time and effort spent on it. The music is not bad too… Read more

The Eagles / Studio Albums 1972-1978 box set

The Eagles / Studio Albums 1972-1979 6CD box set

Probably all The Eagles most people would want – all the six classic seventies albums, rounded up and herded into this clamshell box. Read more

Simple Minds / Celebrate - Greatest Hits+ 2CD

Simple Minds / Celebrate: The Greatest Hits

A two-CD hits collection from Simple Minds or a more expansive three-CD set? You decide. Both come with two new tracks. Neither come with their version of Prince‘s Sign O’ The Times.  Read more

Midge Ure / The Works 2CD compilation

Midge Ure / The Works

A generous 33-track, 2CD collection of solo work from the ex-Ultravox Scot which includes his UK number one, If I Was in both standard and extended remix form.

Transvision Vamp 2CD deluxe reissues

Transvision Vamp deluxe reissues

Universal Music reissue Transvision Vamp‘s Pop Art and Velveteen albums this week on their ‘Re-presents…’ imprint. The trashy punk-pop band were popular in Australia as well as the UK in the late 1980s.

Everything's Shining Bright: The Primitives The Lazy Recordings 1985-1987

The Primitives / Everything’s Shining Bright The Lazy Recordings 1985 To 1987

Early singles, unreleased demos and live tracks feature in this two-CD set from indie-pop band The PrimitivesRead more

Status Quo / Classic Album Box Set

Status Quo / Classic Album Selection box set

Quo Box set includes the following five albums: 12 Gold Bars (1980), In the Army Now (1986), Hello! (1973), On the Level (1975) and Blue for You (1976).

2 responses to Out This Week / 25 March 2013

  1. Phil Wilson says:

    I was THE person who bought the Transvision Vamp reissues (ha ha), and whilst they sound good and are fairly complete – bonus tracks wise the booklets do not appear to have been proof read. In the credits, Down on you claims to be a Jagger / Richards song and The Last Time a Transvision Vamp song. Whilst the music has definitely dated, I do like these 90s throwback albums, revisiting my youth and all that. When is the debut Bros album coming out in expanded format?

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