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Out This Week / on 11 March 2016

The Cars / The Elektra Years 1978 – 1987

New six-CD box set featuring The Cars‘ studio albums from the original era with audio newly remastered (personally overseen by Ric Ocasek). Read more


Jeff Buckley / Previously unreleased studio recordings premiered with "You and I"

Jeff Buckley / You and I

Early unheard studio recordings from Jeff Buckley premiered in You and I, including covers of Bob Dylan, The Smiths and Led Zeppelin. Read more


Betty Boo / GRRR! It’s Betty Boo (2CD)

Two CD deluxe edition of Betty Boo – aka Alison Clarkson’s – second album, originally issued in 1992. Packed with remixes. Read more


Tanita Tikaram / Closer to the People 

Ninth studio album from singer-songwriter Tanita Tikaram, best known for her early hits such as Good Tradition and Twist in My Sobriety.


Scorpions / Return To Forever (Tour Edition)

Pretty good bonus content in this new ‘tour edition’ of the Scorpions 18th studio album. In addition to the album on CD you get TWO DVDs with content from two live shows including Hellfest in France and a show in Brooklyn, New York. This also includes a brand-new 15-minute documentary plus extensive track-by-track interview.


Eddi Reader / The Best Of

The Best of Eddi Reader is a career spanning two-CD compilation by the talented and charismatic Scottish singer.


Steven Wilson / The Raven That Refused to Sing (CD)

What used to be called a ‘mid-price’ reissue of Steven Wilson‘s 2013 album The Raven That Refused to Sing.


April Wine / 6CD box set

The Canadian rock band’s international success celebrated with this new 6CD box set. Includes the albums First GlanceHarder … FasterThe Nature of the BeastPower Play, and Animal Grace. The last disc is Live ‘In Concert’ BBC – Reading 1980. 

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6 responses to Out This Week / on 11 March 2016

  1. Steven says:

    Just letting you know that you have Steven ‘Wilons’,

  2. Robert Atkin says:

    The site spincd.com have the April Wine set @ £26.99 plus free postage.

  3. Neil says:

    The Cars is only £19.99 on base.com.

  4. Ralph says:

    Is it just me or has Tanita Tikaram become terribly boring? Couldn’t even listen all the way through the single from this new Album.

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