10 Album Reissues Out This Week on Limited Edition Pink Vinyl

Posted by Amoebite, September 28, 2015 04:51pm | Post a Comment

Ten Bands One Cause Limited Edition Pink Vinyl

This week's Vinyl Tuesday releases are from ten bands who have reissued albums on limited edition pink vinyl to help raise money for Gilda’s Club NYC, an organization named after comedian Gilda Radner that is dedicated to supporting cancer patients and their families. Ten Bands One Cause began during Breast Cancer Awareness Month (October) in 2014, raising $30,000 for Gilda's Club NYC with its limited pink vinyl releases. This year's bands supporting the cause include Run the Jewels, Al Green, Chet Faker, and more. See the complete list below and purchase them from us - while they last.

Between the Buried and me

Between the Buried and Me
Coma Ecliptic [Pink Vinyl]

Progressive rock heroes Between the Buried and Me reissue their seventh studio album, Coma Ecliptic - a concept album about a man stuck in a coma, journeying through his past lives.

New Reissues Out This Week from David Bowie, Queen, Bob Marley & Captain Beefheart

Posted by Amoebite, September 24, 2015 05:40pm | Post a Comment

Reissues Out September 25

Four seminal artists are getting the reissue treatment this week. The works of David Bowie, Queen, Captain Beefheart, and Bob Marley are back and better than ever, with remastered albums, 180 gram vinyl, and some very fancy box sets. Completists and collectors, take note of these soon-to-be essentials, available at Amoeba.

David Bowie, Five Years 1969 – 1973 Box Set and individual album reissues

David Bowie Five Years 1969-1973

With Five Years 1969 – 1973, Parlophone rolls out the first in a series of career-spanning Bowie retrospective box sets. The first installment is a ten-album, twelve-disc (or thirteen-LP) collection featuring remastered versions of David Bowie (aka Space Oddity), The Man Who Sold The World, Hunky Dory, and Pin Ups, reissues of Aladdin Sane and The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars, and the first-ever pressing of the 2003 mix of Ziggy Stardust which had previously been available only on DVD. The box set also includes two live albums, plus Re:Call 1, a new comp featuring singles, non-album cuts and b-sides.

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Reissue Report: Deluxe Edition of Rolling Stones' 'Sticky Fingers' Coming in May

Posted by Billy Gil, March 31, 2015 05:23pm | Post a Comment

the rolling stones sticky fingers lp reissueTo coincide with its North American tour this Spring, The Rolling Stones will reissue one of its best-loved albums, Sticky Fingers, in a deluxe edition May 26.

Like those recent Led Zeppelin reissues, Sticky Fingers will come in a variety of LP and CD editions, Rolling Stone reports. The deluxe edition will include a version of “Brown Sugar” with Eric Clapton, unreleased versions of “Bitch,” “Can’t You Hear Me Knocking” and “Dead Flowers,” and an acoustic take of “Wild Horses,” plus five live tracks from a performance at London’s Roundhouse in 1971, including “Honky Tonk Women” and “Midnight Rambler.”

The super deluxe edition will include all that and Get Yer Leeds Lungs Out!, a 13-track disc of the band’s March 1971 performance in Leeds, plus a 120-page book with new liner notes, previously unpublished photos, a print and postcard set and a cover that updates the original iconic album image with a real working zipper.

The band’s tour starts with a May 24 show at San Diego’s Petco Park. Watch a trailer for the tour below:

Reissue Report: Metallica Reissues Early Demo Tape 'No Life 'Til Leather'

Posted by Billy Gil, March 3, 2015 01:38pm | Post a Comment

metallica no life til leather tapeAs Record Store Day looms on April 18, reports of what to expect should start trickling in, along with the official announce of RSD titles next Tuesday March 10 at Rough Trade in New York.

Metallica has announced they’ll reissue their debut demo tape from 1982, No Life ‘Til Leather, as a limited edition cassette April 18. Expanded CD and LP editions will come in the summer, the band told Rolling Stone.

No Life ‘Til Leather saw Metallica in their early incarnation of singer/guitarist James Hetfield, lead guitarist Dave Mustaine (who would go on to play in Megadeth), bassist Ron McGovney and drummer Lars Ulrich. Just one song from the tape, “The Mechanix,” didn’t make it to their debut LP, Kill 'Em All, and the tape maintained its cache as an underground tape traded amongst metal fans. The expanded versions will contain more demos from the era, but there’s no word yet on which tracks those will be.

Metallica also has more reissues planned, as the band owns its own remasters and runs its own label now, Blackened Recordings.

Hear the original version of “The Mechanix” below:

Reissue Report: Bjork, Broadcast, Led Zeppelin, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds

Posted by Billy Gil, February 3, 2015 03:42pm | Post a Comment

bjorkLots of exciting vinyl reissues have been announced for early 2015, starting off with Bjork, whose major studio albums all will be reissued by One Little Indian March 9.

The first 5,000 copies of the reissue will each come in “the hue that personifies that album character,” One Little Indian says. After that, the imprint will issue the LPs on black vinyl.

So just which hue is Debut? What cula’ is Medulla? Check out the descriptions below for each album, which you can preorder now (I didn’t write these, assuming Bjork did):


bjork post lp reissue

Debut (1993) [Beige]

shy beginner humility virgin beige silver mohair the messenger

Post (1995) [Pink]

greedy euphoric absorb promiscuity urban pink

Homogenic (1997) [Green]

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