New Releases — July 8, 2013 at 12:05 am

New releases: New Order, Front Line Assembly, Devo, Nirvana, The Beat

Record Rack: A round-up of the week’s new albums, expanded reissues and/or box sets, appearing each Monday on Slicing Up Eyeballs.

 

New OrderNew Order

RELEASE: Live at Bestival 2012
BACKSTORY: New Order this week commemorates its highly successful reunion tour with a charity live album recorded at last year’s Bestival in the U.K. Out digitally in the U.S., it’s available on CD, too, in the U.K. Profits go to the Isle of Wight Youth Trust (stream full album).
BUY: Amazon.com (Digital), Amazon.co.uk (CD. digital)

 

Front Line Assembly, 'Echogenetic'Front Line Assembly

RELEASE: Echogenetic
BACKSTORY: The long-running electro-industrial act this week releases a brand new studio album, preceded by first single, “Killing Grounds” — which you can stream here. The album is billed as showing off a “new facet” of FLA, and is completely guitar-free.
BUY: Amazon.com (CD, digital)

 

Devo, 'Hardcore'Devo

RELEASE: Hardcore
BACKSTORY: A pair of long-out-of-print collections of early Devo demos are reissued this week, combined in a single 2CD set, with a handful of previously unreleased tracks. The sets, released digitally and on vinyl last month, document “the group’s beginning as pre-punk outcasts.”
BUY: Amazon.com (CD)

 

Nirvana, 'Incesticide'Nirvana

RELEASE: Incesticide
BACKSTORY: Nirvana’s post-Nevermind odds-and-sods collection receives a new reissue on green vinyl this week. The album features “Sliver,” “Molly’s Lips,” “Been A Son,” “Mexican Seafood,” “Hairspray Queen,” “Aneurysm,” “Stain,” “Son of a Gun” and more.
BUY: Amazon.com (Vinyl)

 

The BeatThe Beat

RELEASE: Wha’ppen?
BACKSTORY: Demon Records this week releases, in the U.K., a limited-edition, 180-gram audiophile vinyl pressing of the classic ska-pop act’s second album, originally released in 1980. Tracks include “Doors Of Your Heart,” “All Out To Get You” and “Drowning.”
BUY: Amazon.co.uk (Vinyl)

 

 

 

One Comment

  1. That Devo release looks great. I have some old live vinyl bootlegs from 78. Good stuff. After Duty For Now For The Future, they were never the same.

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