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Out This Week / on 10 July 2020

Donna Summer / A Hot Summer Night reissue

Donna Summer / A Hot Summer Night CD+DVD deluxe & coloured vinyl


Grateful Dead / Workingman’s Dead


Big Country / Essential 3CD set

Big Country / Essential 3CD set


Prince / His Majesty’s Pop Life: The Purple Mix Club to be issued on CD




kd lang / All You Can Eat (coloured vinyl)

k.d. lang‘s third studio album is remastered and reissued as a 25th anniversary edition. This is a special edition 180g orange and yellow coloured vinyl and is available via the SDE shop.

 

 

12 responses to Out This Week / on 10 July 2020

  1. CJ Feeney says:

    Laura Marling – Song For Our Daughter also this week including a 2LP lilac marbled vinyl edition.

    • Quante says:

      The sensational Laura Marling! I’m looking forward to hearing this album. She was mesmerising on the Once I Was An Eagle tour.

  2. Don says:

    There are listings popping up online for a September release of Tears for Fears’ Seeds of Love (vinyl and 2cd versions so far, hopefully the big box too). I don’t suppose you can shed any light on that Paul? :) :) :)

  3. paul wren says:

    Everybody should have a bit of Big Country in their lives – go on, buy it!

  4. Terry Poole says:

    Motown No 1’s box set £51 .49 on Amazon UK tonight

  5. Rob says:

    Hello Paul –

    There was a new Bowie archival live release last week, “Ouvrez Le Chien” (recorded in Dallas 1995.). It’s only on streaming services. Do you know if there are any plans for a physical release?

  6. joel ivins says:

    wish more kd lang was done as an SDE…the throb in her voice makes me crazy.

  7. Paul Kent says:

    Re: Workingman’s Dead O-Card – the SDE widget for Amazon says £27.99, Amazon says £26.99, order confirmation says £25.99… looks like the price is coming down slowly, if you were hovering.

  8. Alan B says:

    Strange one. There was a interview in the NME a couple of weeks ago where he was talking about having written some songs for a solo project and looking forward to the next Kasabian album.

  9. Karen says:

    Not related to but just read that Kasabian frontman Tom Meighan has left the band after struggling with “personal issues”.

    I hope that Tom is ok, and wonder what will happen next

    • Ben Williams says:

      I imagine the band will take a hiatus until the time Tom feels well enough to rejoin, if he wishes to. Hope he’ll be okay.

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