Updates

Published on October 14th, 2017 | by Gerry Galipault

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Updates / Additions: Green Day, Belle and Sebastian, etc.

Updates / Additions (as of Oct. 13-14, 2017) … this will be updated throughout the day as new releases come in, so check back frequently:

New Releases

“Phantom Brickworks,” Bibio – Nov. 3

“Summer Came Early,” Exploding View – Nov. 10

“Kid Kruschev,” Sleigh Bells – Nov. 10

“Nexus,” Virgil & Steve Howe – Nov. 17

“Soul of a Woman,” Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings – Nov. 17

“Bloodshot Records’ 13 Days of Xmas,” various artists – Nov. 17

“How To Solve Our Human Problems (Part 1),” Belle and Sebastian – Dec. 8

“Encore,” Anderson East – Jan. 12

“Semicircle,” The Go! Team – Jan. 19

“The Thread That Keeps Us,” Calexico – Jan. 26

“Marble Skies,” Django Django – Jan. 26

“Knowing What You Know Now,” Marmozets – Jan. 26

“Brighter Wounds,” Son Lux – Feb. 9

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Reissues

“Noël (10th Anniversary Edition),” Josh Groban – Nov. 3

“Deliver the Love: The Anthology,” Phyllis Hyman – Nov. 10

“Rule the World: The Greatest Hits,” Tears For Fears – Nov. 10

“The Vinyl Collection,” Carpenters – Nov. 17

“Greatest Hits: God’s Favorite Band,” Green Day – Nov. 17

“I Wish You Love: More From The Bodyguard,” Whitney Houston – Nov. 17

“Rocket to Russia (40th Anniversary Deluxe Edition),” Ramones – Nov. 24

“The Greatest Gift,” Sufjan Stevens – Nov. 24

“Sleeping for Years: The Studio Recordings 1970-1974,” Atomic Rooster – Dec. 1

“Ella At Zardi’s,” Ella Fitzgerald – Dec. 1

“To the Outside of Everything: A Story of UK Post Punk 1977-1981,” various artists – Dec. 1

“A.M. (Deluxe Edition),” “Being There (Deluxe Edition),” Wilco – Dec. 1

“Another Night: The Sire Recordings 1979-1981,” The Searchers – Dec. 8

“ABBA: The Album (40th Anniversary Edition) [Vinyl],” ABBA – new release date, Jan. 12

“Carry Fire,” Robert Plant »

“Colors,” Beck »

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