Category: Tracklist

The dB’s early singles, demos compiled on ‘I Thought You Wanted to Know: 1978–1981’

The dB’s early singles, demos compiled on ‘I Thought You Wanted to Know: 1978–1981’

The new label Propeller Sound Recordings next month will release a 23-song compilation of rare and obscure early material from jangle-pop progenitors The dB’s.

R.E.M.’s ‘New Adventures in Hi-Fi’ to receive 25th anniversary deluxe reissue

R.E.M.’s ‘New Adventures in Hi-Fi’ to receive 25th anniversary deluxe reissue

R.E.M. will continue its deluxe album reissue series this fall with an expanded 25th anniversary edition of New Adventures in Hi-Fi, the record the band made while touring 1995’s Monster and the final LP recorded before co-founder Bill Berry left the band. Full details and tracklists right here.

Aztec Camera’s 1984-1995 output collected on 9-disc ‘Backwards and Forwards’ box set

Aztec Camera’s 1984-1995 output collected on 9-disc ‘Backwards and Forwards’ box set

Cherry Red Records this summer will release a new nine-disc deluxe box set compiling the five albums Aztec Camera released on WEA between 1984 and 1995 as well as four discs of singles, B-sides, live material, remixes and vinyl-only rarities. Full details and tracklist right here.

Paul Weller returns with ‘Fat Pop (Volume 1)’ — hear synthy new single ‘Cosmic Fringes’

Paul Weller returns with ‘Fat Pop (Volume 1)’ — hear synthy new single ‘Cosmic Fringes’

His tour scrapped by COVID-19, Paul Weller spent lockdown working on his 16th solo album, and will release the results — the 11-track Fat Pop (Volume 1) — in May, less than a year after the arrival of his last full-length record, last summer’s On Sunset.  Check out the first single, “Cosmic Fringes,” right here.

James announces new album ‘All the Colours Of You’ — hear 2020-inspired title track

James announces new album ‘All the Colours Of You’ — hear 2020-inspired title track

Manchester stalwarts James will return with their 16th studio album — and first in three years — this June with the release of All the Colours of You, an 11-track set that was partially recorded before COVID-19, but which features a title track inspired by the pandemic’s lockdowns and the concurrent racial justice movement.

New Order live album and film ‘Education Entertainment Recreation’ to capture 2018 gig

New Order live album and film ‘Education Entertainment Recreation’ to capture 2018 gig

New Order this May will release a new live album — the band’s fifth in the last decade — that was recorded at London’s Alexandra Palace in what was their only U.K. live show of 2018, a career-spanning set that included performances of several Joy Division songs. Full details including tracklist right here.