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Out This Week / on 5 August 2016

Elvis Presley / Way Down in the Jungle Room

New double-disc set of Elvis‘ final recordings, including newly mixed outtakes. 2LP vinyl version has gone back to 19 August. Read more


Simple Minds / New Gold Dream (blu-ray audio) 

Since last week’s Simple Minds box set features the surround mix on a DVD-V, this blu-ray audio edition is the only place to get a lossless version of the 5.1 mix. Read more


Matt Monro / The George Martin Years

Most of Matt Monro‘s music was produced or overseen by George Martin and this new one-CD collection brings together 27 newly remastered tracks .


Black Sabbath / Paranoid (coloured vinyl)

Blue vinyl edition of Black Sabbath‘s 197o album. Other albums are also issued in coloured vinyl editions including their debut on red vinyl.


Starship / No Protection & Love Among The Cannibals (2CD)

Friday Music issue a double CD set that brings together Starship’s last two albums for RCA: 1987’s No Protection and 1989’s Love Among The Cannibals. The former features UK number one Nothing’s Gonna Stop Us Now. Both are remastered but contain no bonus tracks.


Dave Stewart and the Spiritual Cowboys / Honest (CD single)

Honest was Dave Stewart‘s second album with the Spiritual Cowboys and was originally issued in 1991. No bonus tracks on this reissue, but it’s back in print. For some reason the debut is out after this follow-up.


Taste (vinyl reissue)

Hear the sound of a very young Rory Gallagher on this 180g vinyl reissue of Taste’s debut album.


Various Artists / Fly: Songs Inspired By Eddie the Eagle (2LP)

This double vinyl white edition of the Fly soundtrack features original songs from various 1980s artists. Due in July, it has been delayed until this week. Read more

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9 responses to Out This Week / on 5 August 2016

  1. elliott buckingham says:

    the current amazon price for the Sabbath coloured reissues is disgusting £26.99

  2. DaveM says:

    Also out the new Dinosaur Jr album.

  3. Neil says:

    That New Gold Dream (blu-ray audio) is a total rip off at £18.99 when you consider the amount of space there is on those discs and all you get is the basic album. At least Yes and XTC have the right idea about filling these up.

  4. baward says:

    I’m not a Sabbath fan myself, but you have the wrong link for ‘UK Order: Paranoid (blue vinyl)’ :-)

  5. Kiki says:

    Well Dave Stewart would have deserved a bonus Disc edition… If I remember well, I thought this one was better than the first “Spiritual Cowboy” album… Anyway we still wait for Eurythmics & Related complete expanded albums ….

  6. Jim says:

    Pleasantly surprised to find a 24/96 stereo version of the album on the DVD

  7. Galley says:

    The Starship set is a reissue. I have owned it for several years.

  8. Michael Fortin says:

    Looking forward to Elvis. The ‘Legacy Edition’ sets have been great value.

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