This wee’s new releases include brand-new studio albums form Erasure (‘The Violet Flame’) and the Information Society (‘_hello world’), plus a new collection of remixes and rarities from the Thompson Twins, and a reissue of David Bowie’s seminal box set ‘Sound + Vision.’
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This week’s new releases include an EP of Nine Inch Nails remixes done by Coil, plus reissues of three Stranglers albums from the ’80s and a live record, as well as the first-ever vinyl pressing of David Bowie’s 2003 album, ‘Reality,’ from the Music on Vinyl label.
In a wide-ranging new Q&A with fans, Morrissey reveals that he’s about to start recording a new album, he’s midway through writing his first novel and that he once tried and failed to get David Bowie to record a duet of the Righteous Brothers’ “You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin.'”
To help celebrate the huge comeback this year from the legendary David Bowie — not to mention the recent reissue of his widely acclaimed current album The Next Day with five new songs and a pair of remixes added on — we’ve got a killer prize back to award to one very lucky Slicing Up Eyeballs reader in the U.S.
This week’s new releases include an expanded 2CD/1DVD reissue of David Bowie’s 7-month-old album ‘The Next Day,’ featuring five brand-new songs, plus an audiophile reissue of XTC’s ‘Nonsuch’ with multiple new mixes, and a new studio album, ‘Tres Cabrones,’ from The Melvins.
With David Bowie reissuing his new album The Next Day next week — a mere seven months after its release — in an expanded three-disc set, he took the opportunity to drop a Halloween surprise: a creepy, puppet-filled video for LCD Soundsystem mastermind James Murphy’s remix of “Love is Lost.”
October sees the release of a new 7-inch picture disc commemorating the 40th anniversary of David Bowie’s single “Sorrow” — a cover of a 1965 song by The McCoys that became a hit when The Merseys recorded it the following year — and we’ve got copies to give away to 5 lucky Slicing Up Eyeballs readers.
David Bowie tonight debuted the music video for the fourth single off his surprise comeback album The Next Day, and, this time, instead of enlisting high-grade acting talent like Tilda Swinton, Gary Goldman or Marion Cotillard, the Thin White Duke has opted to go it alone.
Britain’s BBC Two last weekend aired a new, 90-minute documentary by Francis Whatley called “David Bowie: Five Years” that, as its title suggests, examines five key years in the Thin White Duke’s career (the years in question all fall between 1971 to 1983. Watch the whole thing thanks to Videodrome Discothèque.
Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield today handed over command of the International Space Station ahead of his planned return to Earth on Monday — and then sent a truly amazing farewell message in the form of a cover of David Bowie’s classic “Space Oddity” that he recorded on the space station.
David Bowie tonight debuted the video for the third single off his from-out-of-nowhere album The Next Day, following up the Tilda Swinton-starring clip for “The Stars (Ar Out Tonight)” with a video for the album’s title track that stars Gary Oldman and Marion Cotillard, and features heavy religious iconography and the stigmata.
This week’s new releases include a brand-new studio album from former Yazoo singer Alison Moyet, plus a new singles collection from Killing Joke, a five-disc box set of Berlin-era albums from David Bowie and the U.S. releases of the latest records from The Wonder Stuff and The Blow Monkeys.
This week’s new releases include the new 2CD set from Echo & The Bunnymen’s Ian McCulloch, plus new albums from The Flaming Lips and Meat Puppets, plus a live Dead Can Dance album, a Simple Minds best-of, a reissue of David Bowie’s Aladdin Sane and the vinyl release of The Replacements’ ‘Songs For Slim.’
This week’s new releases include the first new David Bowie album in a decade, a “lost album” from Duran Duran spinoff TV Mania, a 2CD set of Jellyfish instrumentals, a Pogues 2CD best-of, a Pixies radio broadcast from 1991 and a live Cabaret Voltaire DVD filmed in 1992.