New Releases — September 18, 2023 at 6:41 am

New releases: Replacements, Devo, Breeders, Pretenders, Teenage Fanclub, Andy Taylor + more

The Replacements | Photo by Deborah Feingold

This is a round-up of the week’s new albums, expanded reissues and/or box sets, appearing each Monday on Slicing Up Eyeballs. All releases due out this coming Friday unless noted. May also include some other titles released in recent weeks but not previously featured.


The Replacements

RELEASE: Tim: Let It Bleed Edition
DETAILS: Rhino this week releases a 4CD/1LP reissue of the band’s classic 1985 album that features a new mix of the record, a bevy of previously unreleased alternate takes and demos, and an unissued live set recorded in 1986.



RELEASE: Art Devo 1973-1977
DETAILS: This new vinyl box set features three LPs pressed on “nuclear rubber” vinyl (hot pink and black marble) and a black 7-inch single, featuring “rare, unheard and obscure mind-blowers” from Devo’s vaults.


The Breeders

RELEASE: Last Splash: 30th Anniversary Edition
DETAILS: The 4AD label this week marks the 30th anniversary of The Breeders’ breakthrough second album with a new reissue, The vinyl edition includes a bonus 12-inch with two previously unreleased tracks from the original sessions.



RELEASE: Relentless
DETAILS: Chrissie Hynde and Co. last week released their 14th studio album in a five-decade career, a 12-song set featuring first single “Let the Sun Come In.” The new album is a songwriting collaboration between Hynde and guitarist James Walbourne.


Teenage Fanclub

RELEASE: Nothing Lasts Forever
DETAILS: The Scottish indie favorites return this week with their 12th studio album, recorded in part at Raymond McGinley’s studio in Glasgow and at Rockfield Studios, near Monmouth, Wales. The album has 10 tracks including “Foreign Land.”


Andy Taylor

RELEASE: Man’s a Wolf To Man
DETAILS: The former Duran Duran guitarist, given a terminal diagnosis last year, this week releases his third solo album and first in 20 years, an 11-song set described as “a pandemic album and a cancer album and a state-of-the-world album.”


The House of Love

RELEASE: The House of Love, Babe Rainbow, Audience With the Mind
DETAILS: The UK’s Proper Records imprint this week reissues The House of Love’s three Fontana Records albums — they were originally released in 1990, 1992 and 1993 — on vinyl in new 180-gram pressings.




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