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Out This Week / on 5 Feb 2016

Elton John / Wonderful Crazy Night (new album)

Elton John releases his 33rd studio album this week. Wonderful Crazy Night is available on CD, vinyl, expanded deluxe CD and super deluxe box set. Read more


Erasure30 / vinyl reissues Wonderland

Erasure / WonderlandThe Circus & The Innocents (vinyl)

Erasure are celebrating their 30th anniversary and this week sees the reissue of their first three albums on 180g vinyl. Read more


The Cars / Translucent coloured blue vinyl

An Elektra Years coloured vinyl box (& CD set) is on the way, but for some reason The Cars‘ 1978 debut is getting a standalone translucent blue vinyl issue this week too.


Suzanne Vega / Solitude Standing Live at the Barbican (2LP)

Suzanne Vega‘s 2012 concert at London’s Barbican celebrated 25 years of her second album Solitude Standing. This is released on vinyl for the first time this week.


Bert Jansch / Avocet

The Scottish folk musician’s 12th album (issued in 1978/9). Each track is named after a seabird and this new limited vinyl edition from Earth Records comes with a number of high-quality lithograph art prints representing each of the birds on the album.The cover image is interchangeable with any of the prints. Deluxe CD hardcover book edition also available.


Ennio Morricone / The Hateful Eight (OST)

Quentin Tarantino’s The Hateful Eight is his first film with a ‘proper’ soundtrack. Ennio Morricone, no less, scores the Western.


Jerry Goldsmith / Total Recall expanded OST

A new two-CD expanded edition of Jerry Goldsmith‘s score for Paul Verhoeven’s 1990 sci-fi / action classic.


John Lee Hooker / Simply John Lee Hooker

Union Square Music’s ‘Simply..’ series continues with this massive value three-CD John Lee Hooker set in a tin box.

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11 responses to Out This Week / on 5 Feb 2016

  1. Ralph says:

    Don’t want to nitpick, but the legendary Mr Goldsmith’s first name is Jerry, not Gerry. Now you know it. ;o)

  2. Stuart says:

    Oh! Can I nitpick too? “The Scottish folk musician’s 21th album” – 21th??

    Really just looking for an excuse for thanking? you for the site. You regularly empty my wallet.

  3. Jeremy says:

    21th album? Try 12th album! A master musician.

  4. Gordon says:

    Can’t help myself…..jumping on the ‘nit-pick’ bandwagon…..Quentino?

    But seriously Paul S, thanks for an awesome, informative site. *thumbs up*

    (and if it makes you feel better, I’ll probably get nit-picked for hyphenating nit-pick)

  5. Paul E. says:

    It’s a tuff crowd out there Paul! Good thing you’re “tuffer”!!

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