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Out This Week / 6 July 2015

The Rolling Stones / (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction 50th

Limited edition twelve-inch single reissued to celebrate the 50th birthday of Satisfaction. This 180g vinyl has been cut from the from the original mono master tapes. Read more


The Hollies / Changin’ Times (5CD set)

New five-CD set from Parlophone that collects all The Hollies albums and singles, along with rare tracks released from January 1969 to March 1973. Read more


Simply Frankie Goes To Hollywood (3CD)

New three-CD Frankie set packaged in a tin box. You can check out the SDE verdict on this by reading the review. Read more


Procol Harum / debut (2CD deluxe)

Procol Harum‘s self-titled debut is reissued by Esoteric Recordings, with a second disc full of bonus tracks.


Jaki Graham / The Studio Albums 1985-1998 (7CD box)

English singer Jaki Graham enjoyed a number of hit singles in the mid-eighties, and here Edsel collect all her albums released on EMI and Japan’s Japan’s Avex Records over a 13-year period. Read more


Chicago / The Studio Albums 1979-2008 (10CD box)

A second volume of Chicago studio albums. The CDs come in the usual card sleeves and are housed in a clamshell box. Some bonus tracks are included. Read more


Bill Wyman / White Lightnin’ The Solo Box (4CD+DVD)

This five-disc box looks like a great set for Bill Wyman fans. It contains all four studio albums (including the Japan-only Stuff, from 1992) with bonus tracks, along with a DVD with promos, TV appearances and a new interview with the man himself. Read more

 

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11 responses to Out This Week / 6 July 2015

  1. Karen says:

    I thought out this week, changed from Monday now to Fridays. Radio 1 did the last Sunday chart yesterday.

    I read that the new release day will be Fridays, and it started on 10th July 2015

  2. Jim says:

    That’s right Karen – I know there are some new releases out today as it’s a “crossover” week (so some out on Mon 6th and some on Fri 10th), but the Chicago and Hollies releases mentioned here aren’t released until this Friday. From next week onwards, it’ll be Friday for all new releases.

    • Paul Sinclair says:

      Indeed. They are still all ‘out this week’ though, so no issue there. Would people prefer this post to now move to a Friday? Thoughts?

  3. Dean says:

    My weeks start on a Monday. :)

  4. Joe Wiz says:

    This is indeed the week that stuff starts coming out on a Friday, there was a dribble of stuff which came out today, but the majority of this weeks releases are out on Friday.
    As a HMV employee, it’s a bit of a pain in the sense that it changes our (long running) routines with processing and managing stock, but I think it might help us, at least with chart releases, with people finding more stuff to buy when they come in on a weekend. Obviously we’ll miss the Monday sales lift, but DVD releases are still out on Mondays, so hopefully we won’t notice too much. Time will, as ever, tell.

  5. Alan says:

    I assumed DVDs and other entertainment products would also be moving to Fridays but Joe has confirmed that isn’t the case. Is the global release day for those Mondays or do they have different release days depending on the country?

  6. probablyrustin says:

    I say keep this feature to the start of the week as it still alerts us to releases to look forward to in just a few days, so last minute pre-orders/price shopping/buying plans can be done ahead of time rather than missing it by hearing Friday.

  7. Brian says:

    Start of the week is preferable with me too.

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