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Published on June 16th, 2019 | by Gerry Galipault

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Your Vinyl Store (June 14-20 and Beyond)

New vinyl releases and reissues for this week and months ahead. (Check out Past LP Releases.)

JUNE 14 RELEASES

ANGELO BADALAMENTI
“Twin Peaks: Season Two Music and More” (two-LP set; Rhino)

BROWNSVILLE STATION
“Brownsville Station” (1977 album, featuring “The Martian Boogie” and “Lady [Put the Light On Me]”; opaque white vinyl LP; Culture Factory)

BUZZCOCKS
“Singles Going Steady” (1979 compilation; remastered; See here) , “A Different Kind of Tension” (1979 album; remastered; Hear here; Domino)

NAT KING COLE
“Ultimate Nat King Cole” (21-song collection; See here; eBay; Merch; Capitol / UMe)

BILL EVANS TRIO
“Portrait in Jazz” (1960 album; mastered from the original master tapes, pressed at RTI on MoFi SuperVinyl; Mobile Fidelity)

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STAN GETZ
“Getz at the Gate: The Stan Getz Quartet Live at The Village Gate, November 26, 1961” (previously unreleased concert recording; three LPs; Read here; Verve / UMe)

FREDDIE HUBBARD
“Open Sesame” (1960 album; Blue Note / UMe)

BILLY IDOL
“Vital Idol: Revitalized” (2018 compilation; silver, white orange and red swirls vinyl; On Tour, with Bryan Adams; Merch; Capitol / UMe)

JOY DIVISION
“Unknown Pleasures (40th Anniversary Edition)” (1979 album; red vinyl; Merch; Rhino / Warner)

CAROLE KING
“Live at Montreux 1973” (previously unreleased performance from July 15, 1973; DVD + CD; Eagle Rock)

MADONNA
“Madame X” (producer: Mirwais; guests: Maluma, Quavo, Swae Lee, Anitta; first single: “Medellín”; Hear here; Read here; Rainbow Picture Disc; Merch; Boy Toy / Live Nation Worldwide / Interscope)

BOB MARLEY AND THE WAILERS
“Legend” (35th anniversary edition of the 1984 compilation, which is the biggest-selling reggae album of all time, with sales of an estimated 28 million copies worldwide; two-LP, 180-gram release; remastered, with two bonus tracks that were originally issued on U.K. cassettes only; Merch; Tuff Gong)

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DAVE MATTHEWS BAND
“Rhino’s Choice” (Target-exclusive collection of 2018 summer tour highlights; Translucent Rosé Wine Color Vinyl; On Tour; Merch; Bama Rags Recordings / RCA)

MEAT LOAF
“Bat Out of Hell II: Back Into Hell” (1994 album, featuring his only No. 1 U.S. hit “I’d Do Anything For Love [But I Won’t Do That]”; translucent blue vinyl; See here; Merch; Geffen / UMe)

LUKE NELSON & PROMISE OF THE REAL
“Turn Off the News (Build a Garden)” (guests: Neil Young, Sheryl Crow, Kesha, Micah Nelson, Shooter Jennings, Randy Houser, Lucius, etc.; first single: “Bad Case”; Hear here; On Tour, with Zac Brown Band and Outlaw Music Festival; Fantasy / Concord)

POISON
“Look What the Cat Dragged In” (1986 album; 180-gram audiophile translucent purple vinyl; See here; Merch; Friday Music)

THE POLICE
“Certifiable” (2008 album, capturing a stop in their 2007 reunion tour at River Plate Stadium in Buenos Aires; Hear here; Merch; Cherrytree / A&M / Interscope)

QUEEN
“A Day at the Races” (1976 album, featuring “Somebody to Love” and “Tie Your Mother Down”; 180 gram jet-black vinyl; On Tour, with Adam Lambert; Merch; Hollywood)

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DAVE RAWLINGS MACHINE
“Nashville Obsolete” (2015 album, with Gillian Welch; See here; Acony)

R.E.M.
“In Time: The Best of R.E.M. 1988-2003” (2003 compilation; Barnes & Noble-Exclusive Vinyl, clear blue color; Merch; Craft Recordings / Concord)

SCORPIONS
“Love At First Sting” (1984 album, featuring “Rock You Like a Hurricane” and “Still Loving You”; white vinyl; See here; On Tour; Merch; Mercury / UMe)

BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN
“Western Stars” (his first studio album in five years; producers: Ron Aniello, Springsteen; mixed by Tom Elmhirst; guests: wife Patti Scialfa, Jon Brion, Soozie Tyrell, David Sancious; first single: “Hello Sunshine”; Read here; Barnes & Noble-Exclusive Vinyl, clear with blue smoke color; Merch; Columbia)

U2
“The Joshua Tree” (1987 album, featuring “Where the Streets Have No Name” and “With or Without You”; gold vinyl; See here) , “Zooropa” (1993 album, featuring “Numb,” “Lemon” and “Stay [Faraway, So Close!]”; blue 180-gram double vinyl; See here; Merch; Island / UMe)

THE VERVE
“Urban Hymns” (1997 album, featuring “Bitter Sweet Symphony”; green 180-gram double vinyl; See here; Merch; Virgin / UMe)

THE WHO
“Who’s Next” (1971 album; blue vinyl; See here; On Tour; Merch; Geffen / UMe)

HANK WILLIAMS SR.
“The Complete Health & Happiness Recordings” (three-LP, 47-song set; October 1949 radio recordings, transferred, restored and mastered from the original 16″ transcription discs by Grammy Award winner Michael Graves; Hear here; Read here; BMG Rights Management)

PHARRELL WILLIAMS
“In My Mind” (2006 album; translucent blue vinyl; Merch; Interscope)

Other Top Releases
“Shine a Light,” Bryan Adams (Polydor)
“A Different Kind of Human (Step II),” Aurora (Glassnote)
“Gold,” Average White Band (Demon)
“III,” Bad Books (Loma Vista Recordings)
“Age of Unreason,” Bad Religion (Epitaph)
“Gold & Grey,” Baroness (Abraxan Hymns)
“Doom Days,” Bastille (Capitol)
“Assume Form,” James Blake (Republic)
“The Lost Tapes,” Valerie Carter (Hayabusa Landings)
“The Who’s ‘Tommy’ Orchestral,” Roger Daltrey (Polydor)
“Skynyrd’s Innyrds (Their Greatest Hits),” Lynyrd Skynyrd (Geffen / UMe)
“Chelsea Girl,” Nico (Polydor / UMe)
“Klaus Nomi,” Klaus Nomi (Real Gone Music)
“Armistice Day: Live At The Domain Sydney,” Midnight Oil (Music on Vinyl)
“Time Machine 2011: Live in Cleveland,” Rush (Rhino / Atlantic)
“Music For Film,” Ryuichi Sakamoto (Silva Screen)

JUNE 21 RELEASES

AEROSMITH
“Aerosmith’s Greatest Hits” (1980 compilation; On Tour; Merch; Columbia / Legacy)

THE B-52’S
“The B-52’s” (1979 album, featuring “Rock Lobster”; See here) , “Wild Planet” (1980 album, featuring “Private Idaho”; See here; On Tour; Merch; Rhino / Warner)

JAMES BROWN
“Get on the Good Foot” (1972 album; new edition includes art sleeves with master tape box images, and its closing track, “I Know It’s True,” makes its U.S. vinyl debut with this two-LP release; Republic / UMe)

CHIC
“C’est Chic” (1978 album, featuring “Le Freak” and “I Want Your Love”; See here; Rhino / Atlantic)

ALICE COOPER
“Alice Cooper’s Greatest Hits” (1974 compilation; See here; On Tour, with Halestorm; Merch; Rhino / Warner)

DEF LEPPARD
“Def Leppard – Volume Two” (10-LP, 180-gram vinyl box set features “Adrenalize,” “Retro Active,” “Slang” and “Euphoria,” plus “Rarities” Vols. 2-4, compiled by lead singer Joe Elliott; remastered by Ronan McHugh at Joe’s Garage and cut by Greg Moore; Read here; On Tour; Merch; Mercury / UMe)

LOU DONALDSON
“Mr. Shing-A-Ling” (1968 album, featuring Blue Mitchell, Lonnie Smith, Jimmy Ponder and Leo Morris, aka Idris Muhammad; Blue Note / UMe)

ENIGMA
“MCMXC a.D.” (1991 album, featuring “Sadeness [Part I]”; translucent red vinyl; See here) , “The Cross of Changes” (1993 album, featuring “Return to Innocence”; translucent yellow vinyl; See here) , “Le Roi Est Mort, Vive Le Roi!” (1996 album, featuring “Beyond the Invisible”; See here; light green vinyl) , “The Screen Behind the Mirror” (2000 album; translucent orange vinyl) , “Love Sensuality Devotion: The Greatest Hits” (2001 compilation; translucent white vinyl) , “A Posteriori” (2006 album; translucent pink vinyl) , “Seven Lives Many Faces” (2008 album; translucent light blue vinyl) , “The Fall of a Rebel Angel” (2016 album; Polydor / UMe)

GOMEZ
“Bring It On (20th Anniversary Edition)” (1998 album; remastered; limited edition red and yellow colored vinyl; Virgin / UMe)

THE INNOCENCE MISSION
“Befriended” (2003 album; milky white-colored vinyl; Badman)

ELTON JOHN
“Diamonds” (2017 hits compilation; Target-exclusive clear blue vinyl; two LPs, 21 songs; On Tour; Merch; Island / UMe)

LENNY KRAVITZ
“Greatest Hits” (2000 compilation; smoky silver and blue double vinyl; On Tour; Virgin / UMe)

MEGADETH
“Peace Sells … But Who’s Buying?” (1986 album; purple vinyl; Capitol / UMe)

LEE MORGAN
“Cornbread” (1967 album, Herbie Hancock, Billy Higgins, Jackie McLean, Hank Mobley and Larry Ridley; Blue Note / UMe)

WILLIE NELSON
“Ride Me Back Home” (producer: Buddy Cannon; guests: Lukas Nelson, Micah Nelson; first single: “Ride Me Back Home”; Hear here; Barnes & Noble-Exclusive Gold Vinyl; On Tour; Merch; Legacy Recordings)

P!NK
“Hurts 2B Human” (2019 album; Hear here; Target-Exclusive Vinyl, pink and blue translucent marble color LP, with poster and MP3 codes; On Tour; Merch; RCA)

LOU RAWLS & LES McCANN LTD.
“Stormy Monday” (1962 album; remastered, with three bonus tracks; Read here; Bear Family)

THE ROLLING STONES
“Bridges To Bremen” (full-length show on the fifth and final leg of the band’s Bridges To Babylon Tour, filmed at the German city’s Weserstadion on Sept. 2, 1998; See here; DVD + CD; Blu-ray + CD, with four bonus tracks from their Soldier Field performances in Chicago; Merch; Eagle Rock)

TRAVIS
“The Man Who (20th Anniversary Edition)” (1999 album; remastered, with 19 bonus B-sides; See here) , “Live at Glastonbury ’99” (previously unreleased 16-song set; Read here; Craft Recordings / Concord)

TYPE O NEGATIVE
“Bloody Kisses” (1993 album; Rhino)

JENNIFER WARNES
“Another Time, Another Place” (2018 album; BMG Rights Management)

Other Top Releases
“Live and Direct,” Aswad (Music on Vinyl)
“Black Pumas,” Black Pumas (ATO)
“Blood,” Collective Soul (Fuzze-Flex / ADA)
“God Shuffled His Feet,” Crash Test Dummies (Arista Associated)
“The Dandy Warhols Come Down,” The Dandy Warhols (Music on Vinyl)
“Do It Yourself (40th Anniversary Edition),” Ian Dury & The Blockheads (Edsel)
“Rise,” Hollywood Vampires (earMUSIC)
“A Bath Full of Ecstasy,” Hot Chip (Domino)
“From Another World,” Jim Lauderdale (Yep Roc)
“Breakdown On 20th Ave. South,” Buddy & Julie Miller (New West)
“All the Mirrors in the House (Early Recordings 1979-1986),” His Name Is Alive (Disciples)
“Kings and Queens / Knaves and Thieves,” The Ocean Blue (Korda)
“Help Us Stranger,” The Raconteurs (Third Man)
“REAL LIFE,” Emeli Sandé (Capitol)
“25 Number Ones,” Conway Twitty (MCA Nashville / UMe)
“The Cher Show (Original Broadway Cast Recording),” various artists (Warner)
“Disciples of the 36 Chambers: Chapter 1 (Live),” Wu-Tang Clan (Sanctuary)

JUNE 28 RELEASES

DAVE ALVIN
“King of California (25th Anniversary Edition)” (1994 album; with three bonus tracks; Craft Recordings / Concord)

THE BLACK KEYS
” ‘Let’s Rock’ “ (their first album in five years; producers: singer/guitarist Dan Auerbach, drummer Patrick Carney; new single: “Eagle Birds”; Hear here; On Tour; Merch; Easy Eye Sound / Nonesuch)

DAVID BOWIE
“The Mercury Demos” (recorded in spring 1969 with collaborator John “Hutch” Hutchinson on guitar and vocals; Read here; Merch; Rhino / Parlophone)

DEF LEPPARD
“Pyromania” (1983 album, featuring “Foolin'” and “Rock of Ages”; red vinyl; See here; On Tour; Merch; Mercury / UMe)

BOB DYLAN
“Blood on the Tracks” (1975 album; On Tour; Merch; Columbia / Legacy)

BILLY IDOL
“Rebel Yell” (1983 album; translucent red vinyl; See here; On Tour, with Bryan Adams; Merch; Capitol / UMe)

KYLIE MINOGUE
“Step Back In Time: The Definitive Collection” (two-LP, 42-song compilation; green vinyl; iTunes; On Tour; Merch; BMG Rights Management)

STEVIE NICKS
“Stand Back 1981-2017” (six-LP box set; Read here; Rhino / Atlantic)

RASPBERRIES
“Greatest Hits” (14 songs; 180-gram audiophile raspberry-colored vinyl, mastered by Joe Reagoso from the Capitol Records tapes; Hear here; Friday Music)

SPICE GIRLS
“The Greatest Hits” (2008 compilation; Picture Disc; Merch; Virgin)

VARIOUS ARTISTS
“O Brother, Where Art Thou? (Deluxe Edition)” (2000 album; with 14 tracks not included on the original album, plus 12 previously unreleased cuts from producer T Bone Burnett’s “O Brother” sessions; blue vinyl; Mercury Nashville / UMe)

VARIOUS ARTISTS
“Woodstock: Back To The Garden – 50th Anniversary Collection” (five-LP, 162-song box set features live recordings of every performer at the 1969 festival; See here; Merch; Rhino / Atlantic)

JULY 5 RELEASES

ANDERSON .PAAK
“Ventura Black” (2019 album; On Tour; Aftermath / 12 Tone Music)

BREAD
“Baby I’m a-Want You” (1972 album, featuring the title cut, “Everything I Own,” “Mother Freedom” and “Diary”; mastered from the original master tapes; Hear here; Mobile Fidelity)

JACKSON BROWNE
“Running On Empty” (1977 album; remastered; Download; On Tour; Merch; Rhino / Elektra)

EVERYTHING BUT THE GIRL
“Amplified Heart (25th Anniversary Edition)” (1994 album, making its debut on vinyl; mastered at half-speed for optimum audio fidelity by Miles Showell at London’s Abbey Road Studios; Hear here; Buzzin’ Fly / Chrysalis)

J. GEILS BAND
“The Morning After” (1971 album, featuring “Looking for a Love”; mastered from the original master tapes; Merch; Mobile Fidelity)

JULY 12 RELEASES

GOLDFINGER
“Hang-Ups” (1997 album; gold-colored vinyl; On Tour; Merch; srcvinyl)

ROY HAYNES QUARTET
“Out of the Afternoon” (1962 album; Impulse!)

HOOTIE & THE BLOWFISH
“Cracked Rear View (25th Anniversary Edition)” (1994 album; remastered; FYE-Exclusive Silver Vinyl; On Tour; Rhino / Atlantic)

BOBBI HUMPHREY
“Blacks and Blues” (1973 album; Blue Note / UMe)

GREGORY ISAACS
“Mr. Isaacs” (1982 album; VP)

CARLY RAE JEPSEN
“Dedicated” (2019 album; Urban Outfitters-Exclusive Clear Vinyl; On Tour; Merch; School Boy / Interscope)

LIT
“A Place in the Sun” (1999 album, featuring “My Own Worst Enemy”; blue smoke-colored vinyl; srcvinyl)

KENNY LOGGINS
“Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow: The Greatest Hits of Kenny Loggins” (1997 compilation; double 180-gram translucent red audiophile vinyl, with 24″ x 24″ poster; On Tour; Friday Music)

LONNIE SMITH
“Think!” (1968 album; Blue Note / UMe)

SNEAKER PIMPS
“Becoming X” (1996 album, featuring “6 Underground”; half-speed direct metal mastered LP, pressed on 200-gram virgin vinyl from the original master tapes; Hear here; One Little Indian)

SWITCHFOOT
“The Beautiful Letdown” (2003 album, featuring “Meant to Live” and “Dare You to Move”; half-blue, half-clear vinyl; See here; On Tour; Merch; srcvinyl)

VARIOUS ARTISTS
“For the Throne (Music Inspired by the HBO Series Game of Thrones)” (includes Maren Morris’ “Kingdom of One” and The Lumineeers’ “Nightshade”; Hear here; Merch; Columbia)

JULY 19 RELEASES

GOO GOO DOLLS
“Gutterflower” (2002 album, featuring “Here Is Gone” and “Big Machine”) , “Let Love In” (2006 album, featuring “Better Days” and “Stay With You”) , “Something for the Rest of Us” (2010 album) , “Magnetic” (2013 album; On Tour, with Train; Merch; Rhino / Warner)

EMMYLOU HARRIS
“Roses in the Snow” (1980 album) , “Evangeline” (1981 album, featuring “Mr. Sandman”; See here) , “Cimarron” (1981 album; On Tour; Rhino / Warner)

MASSIVE ATTACK
“Mezzanine (Deluxe Edition)” (1998 album; remastered, with eight previously unreleased Mad Professor remixes; See here; On Tour; Merch; Virgin / UMe)

ELVIS PRESLEY
“Loving You” (1957 soundtrack album; translucent gold audiophile vinyl; Merch; Friday Music)

PRINCE
“Originals” (14 previously unreleased demos by Prince of songs he wrote for other artists; this collection, selected by Troy Carter, on behalf of The Prince Estate, and Jay Z, will stream exclusively on Tidal for 14 days, starting June 7; Read here; Merch; Rhino / NPG / Warner)

THE RIGHTEOUS BROTHERS
“The Very Best of The Righteous Brothers – Unchained Melody” (1991 compilation; 180-gram audiophile vinyl, mastered by Joe Reagoso from the Philles, Moonglow and Verve tapes; Friday Music)

JAMES TAYLOR
“The Warner Bros. Albums 1970-1976” (six-LP box set; Rhino / Warner)

JULY 26 RELEASES

JANET JACKSON
“Janet Jackson’s Rhythm Nation 1814” (1989 album) , “janet.” (1993 album) , “The Velvet Rope” (1997 album) , “All for You” (2001 album) , “Control: The Remixes” (Las Vegas Residency; Merch; A&M / UMe)

SOLANGE
“When I Get Home” (released digitally on March 1 and on CD on April 26; producers: Solange Knowles, Chassol, Daniel Julez J Smith II, Dev Hynes, Earl Sweatshirt, Panda Bear, Pharrell, Tyler, the Creator, etc.; guests: Gucci Mane, Standing on the Corner, Playboi Carti, Sampha; On Tour; Merch; Columbia)

VARIOUS ARTISTS
“Stranger Things: Soundtrack from the Netflix Original Series, Season 3” (with a mini-poster and bonus 7-inch vinyl single; Target-Exclusive Vinyl, red, white and blue splatter LP; Barnes & Noble-Exclusive Vinyl, with alternate cover; Legacy Recordings)

AUG. 2 RELEASES

LINDA McCARTNEY
“Wide Prairie” (1998 posthumous compilation album; Capitol / UMe)

AUG. 9 RELEASES

AVICII
“TIM” (all profits from the electronic star’s first posthumous release will go toward the Tim Bergling Foundation, launched after the Swedish DJ’s suicide to address mental health and suicide prevention; producers: Avicii, Carl Falk, Albin Nedler, Kristoffer Fogelmark; Hear here; See here; Read here; released on CD and MP3 on June 7; Merch; Avicii Recordings / Universal)

KANSAS
“Monolith” (1979 album, featuring “People of the South Wind”; translucent blue and gold swirl vinyl; also available on red and orange swirl vinyl; On Tour; Friday Music)

THE RUTS
“The Crash” (1979 album; See here; Universal)

AUG. 16 RELEASES

BACKSTREET BOYS
“Millennium” (1999 album, featuring “I Want It That Way,” “Larger than Life” and “Show Me the Meaning of Being Lonely”; 20th anniversary limited-edition picture disc; See here; Urban Outfitters-Exclusive Blue Vinyl; On Tour; Merch; Jive / Legacy)

THE GERMS
“Live At Starwood Dec. 3 1980” (Run Out Groove Vinyl)

RIDE
“This Is Not a Safe Place” (producer: Erol Alkan; mixed by Alan Moulder; first single: “Future Love”; Hear here; Wichita Recordings)

ZZ TOP
“Goin’ 50” (five-LP, 50-song compilation celebrates the band’s 50th anniversary; On Tour; Merch; Rhino / Warner)




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