Out This Week: 28 Oct 2013

Leo Sayer / "Just A Box: The Complete Studio Recordings

Leo Sayer / Just A Box: The Complete Studio Recordings 1971-2006  (14 disc box set)

40th Anniversary collection – curated by Leo Sayer himself – features all of his original studio albums (across 12 CDs) in mini-vinyl replica wallets and two bonus discs gather non-album tracks.  Read more

Oh Yes We Can Love: A History Of Glam Rock 5-disc box

Various Artists / Oh Yes We Can Love: A History Of Glam Rock (5CD Box set)

This new box set looks beyond the normal boundaries of Glam Rock to examine its roots and its influences across the decades. 91 tracks across five discs. Read more

Jethro Tull / Benefit 2CD+DVD Collector's Editon

Jethro Tull / Benefit (2CD+DVD)

This reissue of Jethro Tull‘s 1970 album Benefit ticks virtually every box – 5.1 mixes, bonus tracks, flat transfers and a new stereo mix. Read more

Bananarama reissue producer talks to SuperDeluxeEdition

Bananarama / 2CD+DVD reissues 

As our interview with reissue producer Tom Parker demonstrated, much thought and care seem to have gone into these reissues of Bananarama‘s first six albums.  Read more


Ultravox / The Albums 1980-2012 (9CD box set)

Ultravox box set containing all the albums released in the Midge Ure era. Read more


Rory Gallagher / Kickback City (3CD)

An ambitious, but very stylish concept, this is part Rory Gallagher music compilation, part graphic novel and part audio book.

New Arcade Fire album: Reflektor

Arcade Fire / Reflektor

First album from Arcade Fire since 2010’s The SuburbsRead more

3 responses to Out This Week: 28 Oct 2013

  1. Jon Shaw says:

    Hey Paul,

    Really interesting and helpful website. One question though – Where’s the update for the Humble Pie Fillmore Box that came out this week?

    • Paul Sinclair says:

      Thanks Jon! Apologies, that was an oversight. We do have one of the Humble Pie boxes somewhere… so will post something about this set very soon. cheers, Paul

  2. John says:

    Got my Jethro Tull Benefit set and as with most new ‘Collectors’ or ‘Deluxe’ editions the crappy cardboard case they all favour is bent and damaged.

    Rubbish packaging spoils a lot of these sets as they are not built to last and can’t be replaced unlike jewel cases, which are cheap and easy to get hold of. I don’t mind a disposable cardboard outer slipcase but give us something hard-wearing inside it.

    I buy a lot of deluxe releases and 75% are damaged when I first receive them because of the materials used and bad design.

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