Led Zeppelin

IV (Deluxe Edition)

The second round of Led Zeppelin reissues begins with one of the most artistically influential and commercially successful albums in the history of music, Led Zeppelin IV, produced and newly remastered by Jimmy Page.  

Eric Clapton

Forever Man

Featuring 51 tracks over three CDs, Forever Man spans three decades of Clapton’s Reprise Records years and features classic studio tracks and a Blues-themed disc.


Hunting High And Low

Three piece ‘new wave/pop’ band a-ha formed in Oslo, Norway in 1982. The band achieved huge success during the mid-eighties and have sold over 55 million records worldwide.

‘Hunting High And Low’ is the band’s debut and most well-known album, which successfully launched a-ha into 80s mainstream pop culture. Released in 1985, it went on to sell 10 million copies worldwide and reached high positions in charts globally. Five tracks from the album were later released as singles, including the band’s signature track ‘Take On Me’ which sold over 8 million copies and continues to be the band’s biggest hit.

Joni Mitchell

Love Has Many Faces

Joni Mitchell Curates Four-Disc Collection Featuring 53 Newly Remastered Songs Recorded Throughout Her Landmark Career That Evoke Her Vision Of Love.

Led Zeppelin

Houses Of The Holy (Deluxe Edition)

The second round of Led Zeppelin re-releases includes 1973's chart-topping Houses Of The Holy, produced and newly remastered by Jimmy Page.

Pink Floyd

The Endless River

The Endless River is mainly an instrumental album across ‘four sides’ with one song, ‘Louder Than Words’ with new lyrics by Polly Samson.  The new release has its starting point at the 1993 Division Bell sessions, and has then been added to, re-recorded and remastered to produce the 2014 Pink Floyd release. 



Vauxhall & I - Definitive 20th Anniversary Master

The 20th Anniversary Definitive Master of Vauxhall and I, Morrissey’s much-loved fourth solo album.

The new edition of the album is available on CD, vinyl and digital download and includes unseen photos. The CD  and download versions also feature a previously unreleased live concert recorded at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane in 1995.

The Smiths

The Queen Is Dead

The Queen Is Dead emerged in June 1986. The album is popularly regarded as The Smiths' best album. With its unique blend of musical styles - British Invasion, music hall, rockabilly and punk rock, it quickly became a British sensation and established The Smiths as one of the biggest bands of their era.

The Smiths

Strangeways, Here We Come

The Smiths recorded what was to be their final studio album at the Wool Hall studios in Bath, England. Although still firmly an indie record, it finds the band experimenting with synthesized saxophone and string arrangements and drum machine additions. Between the record's recording in March and its release in September 1987 the band had broken up. The album rose to number two in the British and number fifty-five in the American charts.

Both Morrissey and Marr name Strangeways, Here We Come as their favourite Smiths album.

The Smiths

Meat Is Murder

Meat Is Murder is the most eclectic album by The Smiths, with their signature, alternative rock incorporating funk, rockabilly, ballad, post-punk and dance music references. As such, it contains some of their most unusual and lauded songs. Morrissey and Marr produced the album themselves, assisted only by engineer Stephen Street.

New Order


Technique is the fifth studio album by New Order, released in January1989. Partly recorded on the island of Ibiza, it incorporates Balearic beat and acid house influences into the group's electro pop sound.

Technique was the first New Order album to reach number one in the UK charts.

New Order

Power, Corruption & Lies

Power, Corruption & Lies is the second album by New Order, released in May 1983. 

The music is more electronic-based than previous albums, with heavy use of synthesizers. In 1989, it was ranked #94 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 100 greatest albums of the 1980s.

New Order


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