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Published on June 5th, 2016 | by Gerry Galipault

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Your Vinyl Store (June 3-9 and Beyond)

JUNE 3, 2016

ADAM AND THE ANTS
“Kings of the Wild Frontier” (1980 album; Epic / Legacy)

THE BLUETONES
“Expecting to Fly (20th Anniversary Vinyl Edition)” (1996 album; 3 Loop Music)

DEFTONES
“B-Sides & Rarities” (2005 compilation; two LPs with a DVD; Reprise)

DEXTER GORDON
“Body & Soul” (1967 album; ORG Music)

STEVE HACKETT
“The Charisma Years 1975-1983” (eight LPs plus a 12-inch EP; Charisma)

FREDDIE HUBBARD
“Straight Life” (1970 album; ORG Music)

LINKIN PARK
“Living Things” (2012 album; Warner)

PINK FLOYD
“London 1966/1967” (lineup: Syd Barrett, Nick Mason, Roger Waters, Rick Wright; Kscope)

PINK FLOYD
“The Piper at the Gates of Dawn” (1967 album), “A Saucerful of Secrets” (1968 album), “Soundtrack from the Film ‘More'” (1969 album), “Ummagumma” (1970 album; Read here; Pink Floyd / Warner / Columbia)

REO SPEEDWAGON
“The Hits” (1988 compilation; 180-gram translucent blue LP; Friday Music)

SAXON
“Solid Ball of Rock” (1991 album), “Forever Free” (1992 album), “Unleash the Beast” (1997 album), “Metalhead” (1999 album), “Killing Ground” (2001 album), “Lionheart” (2004 album), “The Inner Sanctum” (2007 album), “Into the Labyrinth” (2009 album; Demon / Edsel)

SLIGHTLY STOOPID
“Closer to the Sun” (2005 album; Stoopid)

REGINA SPEKTOR
“Soviet Kitsch” (2004 album; with two bonus tracks), “Begin to Hope” (2006 album; Sire / Rhino)

THE TRAVELING WILBURYS
“The Traveling Wilburys Collection” (three-LP box set; Concord)

THE WONDER YEARS
“The Upsides” (2010 album; two LPs with an etched D side; vinyl is clear with rainbow splatter; download card included; No Sleep)

JUNE 7, 2016

OHIO PLAYERS
“Skin Tight” (1974 album), “Angel” (1977 album; LMLR)

THE SMITHS
“Rank” (1986 live album), “The World Won’t Listen” (1987 compilation; two-LP 180-gram vinyl); “Louder Than Bombs” (1987 album; two-LP 180-gram vinyl; Rhino / Warner)

JUNE 10, 2016

THE BEACH BOYS
“Pet Sounds” (1966 album; Mono LP), “Pet Sounds” (1966 album; Stereo LP; Capitol / UMe)

CHEAP TRICK
“Cheap Trick At Budokan: The Complete Concert” (1979 album; 150-gram LP; Epic / Legacy)

JOHN COLTRANE
“The Atlantic Years In Mono” (six-LP box set, featuring 1960’s “Giant Steps” to 1966’s “The Avant Garde,” with 7-inch single of the original “My Favorite Things Part I & II”; Rhino / Atlantic)

ELECTRIC LIGHT ORCHESTRA
“All Over the World: The Very Best of Electric Light Orchestra” (U.K. – Sony)

THE JIMI HENDRIX EXPERIENCE
“Smash Hits” (restored to its original 1969 format; Experience Hendrix / Legacy)

R. KELLY
“The Essential R. Kelly” (RCA / Legacy)

PAUL McCARTNEY
“Pure McCartney” (four-LP career box set; Hear Music)

JOHN MELLENCAMP
“American Fool” (1982 album), “Uh-Huh” (1983 album), “Scarecrow” (1985 album), “The Lonesome Jubilee” (1987 album), “Big Daddy” (1989 album), “The Vinyl Collection 1982-1989” (five-LP box set; all albums cut from the original analog master tapes on 180-gram vinyl; Mercury / UMe)

NAS
“The Essential Nas” (Columbia / Legacy)

PRINCE
“Prince” (1979 album; Warner)

FRANK SINATRA
“This Is Sinatra Volume Two” (1958 compilation; Capitol / UMe)

SLY & ROBBIE
“Dub Sessions 1978-1985” (Jamaican Recordings)

ALLEN TOUSSAINT
“The Bright Mississippi” (2009 album; 180-gram double LP; Nonesuch)

VARIOUS ARTISTS
“Phil’s Spectre: A Wall of Soundalikes” (180-gram red LP; Rhino)

WU-TANG CLAN
“The Essential Wu-Tang Clan” (Jive / Legacy)

JUNE 17, 2016

BLINK-182
“Enema of the State” (1999 album; mastered for vinyl by Kevin Gray, Coherent Audio, on a 180-gram audiophile, virgin black LP; See here; srcvinyl)

DAVID BOWIE
“Live Santa Monica ’72” (two LPs), “Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars (The Motion Picture Soundtrack)” (1973 album; heavyweight 180-gram two-LP edition; Rhino / Parlophone)

JAMES BROWN
“It’s a Man’s Man’s Man’s World” (1966 album; Polydor / UMe)

CROSBY & NASH
“Wind on the Water” (1975 album; Invisible Hands Music)

FUNKADELIC
“America Eats Its Young” (1972 double album; limited-edition red and green LP; 4 Men With Beards)

JUDY GARLAND
“Greatest Hits Live” (featuring Barbra Streisand, Tony Bennett and Ethel Merman; Savoy)

HEART
“Dreamboat Annie” (1976 album; Capitol), “Heart” (1985 album; anniversary edition 180-gram audiophile LP, gatefold cover; Friday Music)

HUM
“You’d Prefer an Astronaut” (2010 album; srcvinyl)

BILLY JOEL
“Storm Front” (1989 album; 180-gram audiophile red LP, gatefold cover; Friday Music)

STEVE MILLER BAND
“Wide River” (1993 album; Sailor)

OLIVE
“Extra Virgin” (1997 album; with a bonus remix of “You’re Not Alone”; See here; Music On Vinyl)

SONIC YOUTH
“Spinhead Sessions 1986” (Goofin)

UB40
“UB40 Live, Volume 1” (recorded at the O2 Arena, London, Dec. 12, 2009), “UB40 Live, Volume 2” (Let Them Eat Vinyl)

THE VENTURES
“Walk Don’t Run” (1960 album; with four bonus tracks; Vinyl Lovers)

THE WHO
“Volume 4: The Polydor Singles 1975-2015” (15 7-inch singles; Geffen / UMe)

JOHN WILLIAMS
“Star Wars: The Force Awakens” (2015 film soundtrack; Walt Disney)

JUNE 21, 2016

MADONNA
“Madonna” (1983 album), “Like a Virgin” (1984 album; Rhino / Warner)

JUNE 24, 2016

BAD COMPANY
“Live 1977” (two-LP 180-gram vinyl; Rhino / Atlantic)

MILES DAVIS
“Blue Moods” (1955 album; Original Jazz Classics)

JOHN DENVER
“Poems, Prayers & Promises” (1971 album; limited-edition 180-gram RCA orange LP; Night Fever Music), “Rocky Mountain High” (1972 album; 180-gram clear-blue splatter LP; Night Fever Music), “Back Home Again” (1974 album; 180-gram gold LP; Night Fever Music), “John Denver’s Greatest Hits, Volume 2” (1977 album; anniversary edition 180-gram audiophile LP, gatefold cover; Friday Music)

ELLA FITZGERALD
“Mack the Knife: Ella in Berlin” (1960 album; Verve)

WYNTON KELLY TRIO / WES MONTGOMERY
“Smokin’ At the Half Note” (1965 album; Verve)

THE KINKS
“The Best of The Kinks 1964-1970” (Sanctuary)

LITTLE FEAT
“Feats Don’t Fail Me Now” (1974 album; 180-gram black LP), “The Last Record Album” (1975 album; 180-gram black LP; Rhino / Warner)

PARLIAMENT
“The Clones of Dr. Funkenstein” (1976 album; Mercury / UMe)

JIMMY SMITH
“Root Down: Jimmy Smith Live!” (1972 album; Verve)

SUBLIME
“40oz. To Freedom” (1992 double album), “Robbin’ the Hood” (1994 album), “Second-hand Smoke” (1997 compilation), “Sublime Acoustic: Bradley Nowell & Friends” (1998 album; UMe)

JULY 1, 2016

NICK CAVE & THE BAD SEEDS
“The Good Son” (1990 album), “Dig!!! Lazarus, Dig!!!” (2008 album; Mute)

CHICAGO
“Chicago X” (1976 album; 180-gram audiophile LP, gatefold cover; Friday Music)

PAUL DESMOND & GERRY MULLIGAN
“Two of a Kind” (1962 album; ORG Music)

ELECTRIC LIGHT ORCHESTRA
“Face the Music” (1975 album), “Time” (1981 album; Sony Legacy)

IRON BUTTERFLY
“Iron Butterly Live” (1970 album; 180-gram audiophile LP; Friday Music)

BILLY JOEL
“Glass Houses” (1980 album; 180-gram audiophile LP, gatefold cover), “An Innocent Man” (1983 album; 180-gram audiophile translucent blue LP, gatefold cover; Friday Music)

MC5
“High Time” (1971 album; 180-gram LP; Rhino / Atlantic)

THE MONKEES
“Live 1967” (1967 album; 180-gram audiophile translucent gold LP, gatefold cover; Friday Music)

OASIS
“Standing on the Shoulder of Giants” (2000 album), “Don’t Believe the Truth” (2005 album; Big Brother Recordings Ltd.)

THURSDAY
“Kill the House Lights” (2007 compilation; Victory)

JULY 5, 2016

PRINCE AND THE REVOLUTION
“Around the World in a Day” (1985 album; Warner)

JULY 8, 2016

THE ALL-AMERICAN REJECTS
“When the World Comes Down” (2008 album; clear LP; Doghouse)

RAY CHARLES
“The Atlantic Years – In Mono” (seven-LP box set; Rhino / Atlantic)

CIBO MATTO
“StereoType A” (1999 album; two-LP 180-gram vinyl; Rhino / Warner)

BOBBY DARIN
“The Bobby Darin Story” (1961 compilation; 180-gram audiophile LP, gatefold cover; Friday Music)

MILES DAVIS
“Amandla” (1989 album; Rhino / Warner)

DEAD CAN DANCE
“Dead Can Dance” (1984 album), “Spleen and Ideal” (1985 album), “Into the Labyrinth” (1993 album; two LPs; 4AD)

THE DOOBIE BROTHERS
“One Step Closer” (1980 album; 180-gram audiophile LP, gatefold cover; Friday Music)

HEART
“Dog & Butterfly” (1978 album; 180-gram translucent blue LP), “Bebe Le Strange” (1980 album; Friday Music)

LEFT LANE CRUISER
“Beck in Black” (originally released on Record Store Day; retrospective of early material with drummer Brenn Beck; remastered, with three previously unreleased tracks; Hear here; MP3; Alive Naturalsound)

MANFRED MANN’S EARTH BAND
“Messin'” (1973 album), “Somewhere in Afrika” (1983 album), “Mann Alive” (1998 live album; Creature Music)

CHARLES MINGUS
“Blues & Roots” (1960 album; Rhino / Atlantic)

MINUS THE BEAR
“Interpretaciones del Oso” (2007 album; turquoise and gold swirl LP; Suicide Squeeze)

PRINCE
“LOtUSFLOW3R” (2009 album; Because Music)

LEANN RIMES
“Blue” (1996 album; 20th anniversary edition, blue-colored 12-inch LP with digital download; Curb)

JULY 12, 2016

MADONNA
“True Blue” (1986 album), “Like a Prayer” (1989 album; Rhino / Warner)

JULY 15, 2016

THE CHURCH
“Sometime Anywhere” (1994 album; blue and orange LP; Plain)

PETER GABRIEL
“So” (1986 album; two-LP, 45Rpm, Half Speed Remaster), “Us” (1992 album; three-LP, 45Rpm, Half Speed Remaster), “Up” (2002 album; three-LP, 45Rpm, Half Speed Remaster; Real World)

DIANA KRALL
“All for You: A Dedication to the Nat King Cole Trio” (1996 album), “Love Scenes” (1997 album; two LPs), “When I Look in Your Eyes” (1999 album; two LPs), “The Look of Love” (2001 album; two LPs), “Live in Paris” (2002 album; two LPs), “From This Moment On” (2006 album; two LPs), “Quiet Nights” (2009 album; two LPs; Verve)

LITTLE RICHARD
“Mono Box: The Complete Specialty/Vee-Jay Albums” (five-LP box set; Fantasy)

DIANA ROSS
“Diana Ross” (1976 album; Motown / UMe)

NINA SIMONE
“The Philips Years” (seven-LP box set; Verve)

SUN RA
“Space Is the Place” (1973 album; two LPs; Sutro Park)

TOWER OF POWER
“Live and in Living Color” (1976 live album; Friday Music)

JULY 19, 2016

PRINCE AND THE REVOLUTION
“Parade” (1986 album; Warner)

JULY 22, 2016

THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND
“The Allman Brothers Band” (1970 album; two LPs), “Idlewild South” (1970 album), “Live at Ludlow Garage 1970” (three LPs), “At Fillmore East” (1971 album; two LPs), “Eat a Peach” (1972 album; two LPs), “Win, Lose or Draw” (1975 album), “Wipe the Windows-Check the Oil-Dollar Gas” (1975 album; two LPs), “Enlightened Rogues” (1979 album; Mercury / UMe)

THE BLOODHOUND GANG
“Hooray For Boobies” (1999 album; MVD Audio)

PATSY CLINE
“Greatest Hits” (MCA Nashville / UMe)

VERTICAL HORIZON
“Everything You Want” (1999 album; srcvinyl)

JULY 29, 2016

BIG AUDIO DYNAMITE
“This Is Big Audio Dynamite” (1985 album; Intervention)

CHICAGO
“Chicago XI” (1977 album; Friday Music)

ALICE COOPER
“The Last Temptation” (2004 album; 180-gram audiophile translucent blue LP; Friday Music)

KING CURTIS
“The Best of King Curtis” (1968 compilation; Friday Music)

TOM PETTY AND THE HEARTBREAKERS
“Greatest Hits” (1993 compilation; double album; Geffen / UMe)

JOHN PRINE
“In Spite of Ourselves” (1999 album; 180-gram red opaque; Oh Boy)

R.E.M.
“Lifes Rich Pageant” (1986 album), “Dead Letter Office” (1987 compilation), “Eponymous” (1988 compilation; I.R.S.)

THE SISTERS OF MERCY
“Vision Thing” (box set includes the original 1990 album and three 12-inch singles, plus a non-album B-side, extended mix and live recordings; Elektra / Rhino)

SQUIRREL NUT ZIPPERS
“Hot (20th Anniversary Edition)” (1996 album; with the previously unreleased track “The Puffer,” written by the late trumpet player Stacey Guess; Hollywood)

THE YARDBIRDS
“Birdland” (2003 album; Favored Nations)

AUG. 5, 2016

CREEDENCE CLEARWATER REVIVAL
“Live in Europe” (1973 double album; Fantasy)

THE DOOBIE BROTHERS
“Stampede” (1975 album; 180-gram audiophile LP; Friday Music)

THE JULIANA HATFIELD THREE
“Whatever, My Love” (1993 album; black LP, with digital download card and a bonus track, “Only in the Dark”; American Laundromat)

PEARL JAM
“No Code” (1996 album; 150-gram LP, mastered by Grammy Award-winning engineer Bob Ludwig; original singles also available as 7-inch vinyl singles: “Who You Are” b/w “Habit,” “Hail, Hail” b/w “Black, Red, Yellow” and “Off He Goes” b/w “Dead Man”), “Yield” (1998 album; 150-gram LP, mastered by Ludwig; original singles also available as 7-inch vinyl singles: “Given to Fly” b/w “Pilate & Leatherman” and “Wishlist” b/w “U” */”Brain of J” [Live]”; Epic / Legacy)

PAUL REVERE & THE RAIDERS
“Just Like Us!” (1966 album; 180-gram audiophile white LP, limited 50th anniversary edition, gatefold cover), “Midnight Ride” (1966 album; 180-gram audiophile translucent blue LP, limited 50th anniversary edition, gatefold cover; Friday Music)

AUG. 12, 2016

THE BUGGLES
“The Age of Plastic” (1980 album; Let Them Eat Vinyl)

THE MONKEES
“Good Times!” (2016 album; Rhino)

OASIS
“The Masterplan” (1998 compilation), “Heathen Chemistry” (2012 album; Big Brother Recordings Ltd.)

VARIOUS ARTISTS
“Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Volume 2” (limited-edition orange-red vinyl; Time Life)

AUG. 19, 2016

ETTA JAMES
“Tell Mama” (1968 album; mono gold vinyl; 4 Men With Beards)

AUG. 23, 2016

PRINCE
“Sign ‘O’ the Times” (1987 album; Warner)

SEPT. 9, 2016

FREE
“The Vinyl Collection” (seven-LP box set; U.K. – UMC)

K.D. LANG
“Hymns of the 49th Parallel” (2004 album; Nonesuch)

SEPT. 16, 2016

THE CRANBERRIES
“No Need To Argue” (1994 album; cranberry LP; Plain)

PULP
“Different Class” (1995 album; mint LP; Plain)

TELEVISION
“Adventure” (1978 album; gold LP; 4 Men With Beards)

BOBBY WOMACK
“Fly Me to the Moon” (1968 album; 180-gram LP; Premium Cool)

SEPT. 30, 2016

ELECTRIC LIGHT ORCHESTRA
“All Over the World: The Very Best of Electric Light Orchestra” (two LPs, 20 songs; Epic / Legacy)

OCT. 4, 2016

“A Decade of Dio: 1983-1993” (six-LP box set with 7-inch single; Rhino)

OCT. 18, 2016

PRINCE
“Lovesexy” (1988 album), “Batman” (1989 album; Warner)

OCT. 21, 2016

FUNKADELIC
“Maggot Brain” (1971 album; “chocofunkalatte” LP), “Let’s Take It to the Stage” (1975 album; blue LP; 4 Men With Beards)

IGGY POP
“The Idiot” (1977 album; white clear vinyl), “Lust For Life” (1977 album; yellow LP; 4 Men With Beards)

NOV. 22, 2016

PRINCE
“Graffiti Bridge” (1990 album; Warner)

DEC. 13, 2016

PRINCE
“The Love Symbol Album” (1992 album), “Come” (1994 album; Warner)

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