August 13, by Paul Sinclair tags: national album day. So what releases can we look forward to? Read on to find out… The exclusive offerings are largely coloured vinyl, although some CD-based products are coming out on the National Album Day 10 October and, in theory, flying the flag, although in reality these are things that would have almost certainly come out anyway e.
You can checkout the track listing on discogs. National Album Day is on 10 October All of these releases mentioned come out the day before on 9 October 2o2o. Hi does anyone know how Limited these are? For example List Boys release is widely available but Paul Simon not so much. How many of the Stone Roses are there? Cherry Records website has listed the Flaunt It track listing. Includes a live disc and the original album excluding all non Sputnik adverts.
But it is great to see this album rereleased. They truely were a vision of the future. I was excited to hear of reissue of Duran debut back in but I avoided due to the reviews on the loudness. Debut Spandau suffered similar fate. Would love a Simpy Red box set with b-sides, demos etc, early live etc. Also, Talk Talk London I hope will be issued again in the near future. The sound on it was terribly low. The version was an improvement, but the original was fine.
A deluxe reissue of Second Coming is also long overdue. I wonder who makes these colour choices? It just seems so random. Although at the poppy end of their spectrum, the purple Talk Talk feels inappropriate to me. Usually, they will pick a color intended to co-ordinate with the cover art work. Because these are items for the collectables market, the labels will usually try to avoid using colors that were used on previous vinyl reissues.
Pre-ordered Plan B and Ice T yesterday. It seems like more and more overseas merchants have struck the states off of their lists, LP), presumably because such a high portion of packages end up going missing, thanks to… well, you know the rest of the story….
The Lost Boys soundtrack was also recently released on transparent red vinyl as well by Friday Music. I stupidly have two, LP). Probably wont be a popular comment but I am so sick of this coloured vinyl obsession the music industry is feeding us with.
It is largely to the LP) of anyone who supports SDEs, as it is diverting record companies to the easy profitable buck, rather than curating decent well thought out sets. My wife likes them. Clear vinyl edition of the Stone Roses debut album is mentioned in the official blurb but there is no pre order link anywhere to get it. Unfortunately there are people out there less aware than SDE readers who will lap it all up. Anyone point me in the right direction? Cheers Paul for the heads up on these as always.
So mostly colored repressings of titles released fairly recently and still available? No new mastering? No point. Ice T is a definite for me. Paul Simon very possibly. Already got the nice green Young Soul Rebels so will probably, probably! Be interested in the Flaunt It set. Be nice if it was modelled on the original vinyl deluxe packaging. There is a Japanese version released in on cd that replicated the limited vinyl box that came out.
I thought that GH-version was shorter with different vocals. To my ears they sounds the same. Only difference i noticed was that GH-version is about 30 seconds shorter single version!
I ran an indie record store and SSS were a goldmine. There was one coming out almost every week, I lost count how many there were. Never heard of it. Oh man. However, part of me thinks about the lack of imagination across the other releases a lot of records whose original copies are part of charity landfill, pretty much all that were bought BITD as mid-price! I would have expected it to be announced in its own right. I was a bit giddy for them back then — saw them at their Royal Albert Hall gig, which was a then previously unseen by me anyway, it was my second ever gig spectacle of TV screens.
They felt terribly exciting for about six months. Great list shame full details announced and much of your list missing. Lots of space too. Very annoying. Blues Brothers Blue Vinyl is listed on amazon. Just another Venus - Various - Hits Forever Young (Vinyl for record labels to gauge vinyl buyers out of more money. Oh wow! A yellow copy of an album right after a red copy a few years back. Rip off. Labels have a endless goldmine pit now with vinyl doing decent in business.
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