SOURCE: OMNIVORERelease date: February 22, 2019 Produced by Bob Mould (Hüsker Dü). Contains 15 bonus tracks, 9 previously unissued. New art, liner notes, plus rare ephemera from the collection of the band’s Dave Pirner. Reissue co-produced by Twin/Tone co-founder Peter Jesperson and Grammy-winning producer Cheryl Pawelski. Soul Asylum first hit the Minneapolis music scene in…

SOURCE: MUSIC ON VINYL Cranes’ first full-length album Wings of Joy was released back in 1991. The strange combination between gothic sounds on one side and the dream pop on marked a new decennia of music. It’s one of those debut releases which throws you straight into the deep end. The varied tracks alternated between…

BOC’s second live album, Some Enchanted Evening, came out in 1978 and it presents the band at the height of its touring prowess, performing the hits “(Don’t Fear) The Reaper” and “Godzilla” plus rocking covers including the MC5’s “Kick Out The Jams”. VINYL EDITION DETAILS This Legacy edition expands the original audio release to a…

Notting Hill is the 1999 romantic comedy classic which was well received by critics and became the highest grossing British film released in that year. The soundtrack to the Julia Roberts and Hugh Grant movie is another classic formula. It offers everything a Romantic movie needs, from Elvis Costello and Al Green to Shania Twain…

SOURCE: MUSIC ON VINYL The North Irish progressive rock band Fruupp released their third album The Prince of Heaven’s Eyes in 1974. Fruupp produced the concept album themselves. It is a beautifully presented, well-balanced and stunningly original story. Inspired by the Genesis sound they created an melodic and structured piece of music, combining rock with folk and classical influences. The album…

SOURCE: MUSIC ON VINYL RELEASE DATE: February 8th 2019 Don Drummond became famous as one of the original members of the instrumental ska band The Skatalites. He composed most of their tunes and recorded different tunes in the ’50s and ’60s. He was an excellent trombonist and the famous producer Duke Reid remixed a couple of…

SOURCE: MUSIC ON VINYL Degradation Trip is the second solo-album by Alice in Chains lead guitarist Jerry Cantrell. The musical rhythms are comparable to his former band, but the shorter songs are balanced with long prog rock epics. Jerry locked himself in his house to write 25 songs, all about different parts from his life. The lyrics…

SOURCE: MUSIC ON VINYL Social Distortion‘s third eponymous album from 1990 turned out to be their best-known work and would come to spawn the most hits, with singles “Ball And Chain”, “Story Of My Life” and the Johnny Cash cover “Ring Of Fire”. It mixed Punk with Rockabilly, Blues & Country, and split the difference…

SOURCE: MUSIC ON VINYL Tim Simenon released his debut album Into The Dragon in 1988. It’s an intriguing trip through electro, acid-house and hip-hop music. On the album you’ll find his breakthrough hit “Beat Dis”, which became popular in the underground and club circuit. Bomb The Bass‘ second album Unknown Territory was a venture into the progressive dance music. “Winter…

SOURCE : MUSIC ON VINYL If You Need Me is an early Solomon Burke album, named after its opening cut. It contains 12 songs he recorded during the period 1959-1962. Solomon’s legend was built upon this material, consisting of bluesy surroundings and country ballads. The single “If You Need Me” became a huge success, originally written and recorded…