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Published on September 15th, 2019 | by Gerry Galipault

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Your Vinyl Store (Sept. 13-19 and Beyond)

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

SEPT. 13 RELEASES

AEROSMITH
“Live! Bootleg” (1978 album) , “Nine Lives” (1997 album, featuring “Falling in Love (Is Hard on the Knees),” “Pink” and “Hole in My Soul”; See here; On Tour; Merch; Columbia / Legacy)

THE ARCHIES
“The Definitive Archies: Greatest Hits & More!” (14-track compilation pressed in opaque blue vinyl; See here; Merch; Real Gone Music)

CHICAGO
“Chicago Transit Authority (50th Anniversary Remix)” (1969 album; remastered; two-LP, 180-gram edition; On Tour; Merch; Rhino)

LITTLE RIVER BAND
“Greatest Hits” (1982 compilation; 180-gram audiophile vinyl, mastered from the Capitol Records tapes by Joe Reagoso at Friday Music Studios ; See here; On Tour; Friday Music)

MEGADETH
“Death By Design” (FYE-exclusive box set contains the 2019 anthology “Warheads On Foreheads,” four-LP transparent vinyl in a leather bound slip case; “Death By Design” graphic novel signed by Dave Mustaine, with exclusive cover and 12×12 print signed by artist John Gallagher; On Tour; Merch; Capitol / UMe)

KEITH URBAN
“Keith Urban” (1999 album, featuring “It’s a Love Thing,” “Your Everything,” “But For the Grace of God” and “Where the Blacktop Ends”; to mark its 20th anniversary, the album is released on vinyl for the first time; See here) , “Defying Gravity” (2009 album, featuring “Sweet Thing,” “Kiss a Girl” and “Only You Can Love Me This Way”; making its vinyl debut on its 10th anniversary; See here; On Tour; Capitol Nashville / UMe)

VARIOUS ARTISTS
“Country Music: A Film By Ken Burns (The Soundtrack)” (40 songs; the eight-part PBS series premieres Sept. 15; See/read here; Legacy Recordings)

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SEPT. 20 RELEASES

THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND
“Bear’s Sonic Journals: Fillmore East, February 1970” (Merch; Allman Brothers Band Recording Company)

LOUIS ARMSTRONG
“Louis Armstrong Meets Oscar Peterson” (1957 album; Vinyl Lovers)

GERRY MULLIGAN
“Gerry Mulligan Meets Ben Webster” (1959 album; Verve)

KACEY MUSGRAVES
“Golden Hour” (2018 album; Grammy winner for Album of the Year, Best Country Album, Best Country Song (“Space Cowboy”) and Best Country Solo Performance (“Butterflies”); Target-Exclusive Picture Disc; See here; On Tour; Merch; MCA Nashville / UMe)

THE RASCALS
“The Complete Singles A’s & B’s” (2017 compilation; Target-exclusive numbered and autographed box set; four LPs, 47 songs; Real Gone Music)

SEPT. 27 RELEASES

THE BEATLES
“Abbey Road (50th Anniversary Edition)” (1969 album; remastered; Deluxe Vinyl Edition, three LPs; Picture Disc; Hear here; See here; Read here; Target-Exclusive Vinyl, with T-shirt; Merch; Apple / Capitol / UMe)

CAMEO
“Collected” (two-LP compilation; See here; Amazon UK; On Tour; Music on Vinyl)

CHARLIE CHAPLIN
“Charlie Chaplin Film Music Anthology” (double vinyl, 67 songs; Filmography; Chant Du Monde)

ERIC CLAPTON
“Money and Cigarettes” (1983 album, featuring “I’ve Got a Rock ‘n’ Roll Heart”; Hear here) , “Behind the Sun” (1985 album, featuring “Forever Man”; picture disc; See here; Merch; Reprise)

DR. HOOK
“Collected” (two-LP compilation; See here; Amazon UK)

FOGHAT
“Fool for the City” (1975 album; 180-gram translucent red audiophile vinyl; On Tour; Merch; Friday Music)

ARETHA FRANKLIN
“Aretha’s Gold” (1969 compilation; See here; Merch; Rhino / Atlantic)

BRENDA LEE
“Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree: The Decca Christmas Recordings” (1999 compilation; See here; Decca Nashville)

LIZZO
“Cuz I Love You (Deluxe Edition)” (2019 album; with four bonus tracks; See here; On Tour; Merch; Nice Life / Atlantic)

PREFAB SPROUT
“Swoon” (1984 album) , “From Langley Park to Memphis” (1988 album; See here) , “Jordan: The Comeback” (1990 album) , “A Life of Surprises: The Best of Prefab Sprout” (1992 compilation; Epic)

THE TEMPTATIONS
“The Temptations Christmas Card” (1970 album; Hear here; On Tour; Merch; Motown / UMe)

GINO VANNELLI
“Powerful People” (1974 album, featuring “People Gotta Move”; On Tour; L.M.L.R.)

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OCT. 4 RELEASES

CHRISTINA AGUILERA
“Christina Aguilera” (1999 album, featuring “Genie in a Bottle” and “What a Girl Wants”; limited-edition Picture Disc; See here; On Tour; Merch; RCA / Legacy)

BEASTIE BOYS
“Paul’s Boutique” (1989 album, featuring “Hey Ladies,” “Shadrach” and “Shake Your Rump”; 180-gram double black vinyl; See here) , “Root Down” (1995 EP; See here; Merch; Capitol / UMe)

ECHO & THE BUNNYMEN
“The John Peel Sessions 1979-1983” (21-song red double album; Read here; On Tour; Merch; Rhino / Warner)

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)

SOCIAL DISTORTION
“Mommy’s Little Monster” (1983 debut album) , “Mainliner (wreckage from the past)” (1995 compilation of early singles and rare B-sides) , “Sex, Love and Rock ‘n’ Roll” (2004 album; On Tour, with Flogging Molly; Merch; Craft Recordings / Concord)

THELONIOUS MONK
“Monk’s Dream” (1963 album; 9UltraDisc one-step pressing on MoFi SuperVinyl; Hear here; Mobile Fidelity)

VARIOUS ARTISTS
“The Devil’s Rejects (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)” (2005 film directed by Rob Zombie; double 180-gram “Desert Sand & Blood Splatter” vinyl, with a 12-page booklet featuring an essay from Rob Zombie and never-before-seen photos from his personal archives; FYE-Exclusive White With Blood Red Splatter Vinyl, with booklet; See here; Waxwork)

ANDREW W.K.
“I Get Wet” (2001 album, featuring “Party Hard”; See here; On Tour; Enjoy the Ride)

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OCT. 11 RELEASES

DAVID BOWIE
“VH1 Storytellers (Live at Manhattan Center)” (August 1999 performance, released on CD/DVD in 2009; double album includes four bonus tracks: “Survive,” “I Can’t Read,” “Always Crashing in the Same Car” and “If I’m Dreaming My Life”; See here; Merch; Rhino / Parlophone)

ZAC BROWN BAND
“The Owl” (collaborators: Skrillex, Andrew Watt, Jason “Poo Bear” Boyd, Max Martin, Benny Blanco and Ryan Tedder, etc.; new single: “Leaving Love Behind”; Hear here; Read here; On Tour; Merch; Wheelhouse / BBR Music Group / BMG Rights Management)

CREED
“Human Clay” (1999 album, featuring “Higher,” “What If” and “With Arms Wide Open”; See here; Merch; The Bicycle Music Company / Concord)

LORETTA LYNN
“ICON” (12-song compilation; MCA Nashville / UMe)

SKID ROW
“Skid Row” (1989 album, featuring “18 and Life” and “I Remember You”; 180-gram translucent red vinyl; See here; On Tour; Merch; Friday Music)

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)

VARIOUS ARTISTS
“The Princess Bride (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack” (1987 album; pressed on clear vinyl; music by Mark Knopfler; Hear here; Warner)

TONY JOE WHITE
“Swamp Music: Monument Rarities” (three-LP, 34-song collection; Hear/read here; Run Out Groove)

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OCT. 18 RELEASES

ABBA
“ABBA Gold: Greatest Hits” (1992 compilation; Target-Exclusive Gold Vinyl; See here; Merch; Polydor / UMe)

BEN FOLDS FIVE
“Ben Folds Five” (1995 debut album; Hear here; On Tour; Plain)

FUNKADELIC
“Maggot Brain” (1971 album; translucent turquoise vinyl; On Tour; Merch; 4 Men With Beards)

THE PRAGUE PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA
“The Complete Harry Potter Film Music Collection” (triple vinyl, 33 songs; Diggers Factory)

STONE TEMPLE PILOTS
“Purple (Super Deluxe Edition)” (1994 album; remastered, featuring “Big Empty,” “Vasoline,” “Interstate Love Song” and “Unglued”; three CDs and one vinyl LP, featuring demos, rarities and previously unreleased live tracks, including an acoustic version of “Big Empty”; Hear here; See here; Read here; On Tour, with Rival Sons; Merch; Rhino / Atlantic)

OCT. 25 RELEASES

GARY ALLAN
“Smoke Rings in the Dark (Deluxe Edition)” (1999 album; remastered, with one bonus track, the previously unreleased “Long Year”; See here; On Tour; MCA Nashville / UMe)

BLACK SABBATH
“Dehumanizer (Deluxe Edition)” (1992 album; with eight bonus tracks; See here; Merch; Rhino / Warner)

THE JACKSON 5
“Greatest Hits” (1971 compilation; this reissue features the rare quadrophonic mixes, originally released in Japan only in 1975; See here; Merch; Motown / UMe)

SCORPIONS
“Crazy World” (1990 album, featuring “Wind of Change” and “Send Me an Angel”; See here) , “Face the Heat” (1993 album; double LP includes a bonus EP; See here) , “Live Bites” (1995 live album; Merch; Mercury / UMe)

VARIOUS ARTISTS
“Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)” (double LP, 31 songs; the epic tale of backlot Hollywood in 1969 stars Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio; See here; Columbia)

NEIL YOUNG & CRAZY HORSE
“Colorado” (their first new music since 2011’s “Psychedelic Pill”; Crazy Horse members: guitarist Nils Lofgren, drummer Ralph Molina and bassist Billy Talbot; producers: Young, John Hanlon; first single: “Milky Way”; Hear here; On Tour; Merch; Reprise)

NOV. 1 RELEASES

THE BAR-KAYS
“Gotta Groove” (1969 album; 180-gram vinyl; Craft Recordings / Concord)

BOOKER T. & THE M.G.’S
“Melting Pot” (1971 album; 180-gram vinyl; See here; Craft Recordings / Concord)

GARTH BROOKS
“Garth Brooks: The Legacy Collection” (three box sets: Limited Edition, Original Analog Edition and Digitally Remixed/Remastered Edition, featuring seven vinyl LPs and seven CDs, with bonus tracks; it has already sold more than 1 million in preorders on his website; Read here; On Tour; Merch; Pearl)

NAT KING COLE
“Hittin’ the Ramp: The Early Years (1936-1943)” (10-LP box set; Hear/read here; Resonance)

DELANEY & BONNIE
“Home” (1969 album; 180-gram vinyl; first appearance on vinyl since its original release; Craft Recordings / Concord)

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

KING CRIMSON
“In the Court of the Crimson King (50th Anniversary Edition)” (1969 album; two-LP set pressed on 200 gram audiophile vinyl; features 2019 alternate takes and recordings with five pieces mixed by Steven Wilson and two pieces mixed by David Singleton; cut by Jason Mitchell at Loud Mastering from original 24/96 high-resolution source files; See here; On Tour; Merch; Panegyric)

CYNDI LAUPER
“Merry Christmas … Have a Nice Life!” (1998 album; green-colored vinyl; Real Gone Music)

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

DAVID PORTER
“Victim of the Joke? … An Opera” (1971 album; 180-gram vinyl; Craft Recordings / Concord)

R.E.M.
“Monster (25th Anniversary Edition)” (1994 album, featuring “What’s the Frequency, Kenneth?,” “Crush With Eyeliner,” “Star 69” and “Bang and Blame”; remastered by Greg Calbi at Sterling Sound; with previously unreleased demos and a complete live 1995 performance captured in Chicago, etc.; See here; Merch; Craft Recordings / Concord)

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)

JOHNNIE TAYLOR
“Who’s Making Love” (1968 album; 180-gram vinyl; See here; Craft Recordings / Concord)

NOV. 8 RELEASES

NAT KING COLE
“The Christmas Song” (1963 album; Target-Exclusive Transparent Green Vinyl; See here; Merch; Capitol / UMe, Nov. 10)

THE MILES DAVIS QUINTET
“The Legendary Prestige Quintet Sessions” (six-LP box set, with 20-page booklet with notes by jazz historian Bob Blementhal; Merch; Craft Recordings / Concord)

EVERYTHING BUT THE GIRL
“Walking Wounded” (1996 album, featuring the title track, “Wrong,” “Single” and “Before Today”; 180-gram vinyl; half-speed mastering at London’s Abbey Road Studios; See here; Buzzin Fly)

MADONNA
“Madonna” (1983 album; clear vinyl) , “Like a Virgin” (1984 album; clear vinyl) , “True Blue” (1986 album; clear vinyl) , “Who’s That Girl (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)” (1987 album; clear vinyl; On Tour; Merch; Rhino / Warner)

FRANK SINATRA
“Ultimate Christmas” (2017 compilation; Target-Exclusive Transparent Green Vinyl; Merch; Capitol / UMe, Nov. 10)

VARIOUS ARTISTS
“Factory Communications: 1978-92” (16-LP, 63-track label retrospective, featuring New Order, Joy Division, The Durutti Column, Happy Mondays, Electronic, A Certain Ratio, etc., with sleeve notes written by Paul Morley; Rhino)

NOV. 15 RELEASES

DAVID BOWIE
“Space Oddity (2019 Mix)” (1969 album; new mix by longtime Bowie producer/collaborator Tony Visconti; See here; Merch; Rhino / Parlophone)

CREEDENCE CLEARWATER REVIVAL
“Green River” (1969 album; half-speed master) , “Willy and the Poor Boys” (1969 album; half-speed master; Craft Recordings / Concord)

PRINCE
“1999 (Super Deluxe Vinyl Edition)” (1982 album; remastered; 10 180-gram vinyl LPs and one DVD, featuring the original album, promo mixes and B-sides, Vault Tracks Parts 1-2 and a previously unreleased concert performance, “Live in Detroit, 30th November 1982”; Merch; Rhino / NPG / Warner)

NOV. 22 RELEASES

THE CHEMICAL BROTHERS
“Surrender (20th Anniversary Deluxe Reissue)” (1999 album; four-LP box set includes previously unreleased “Secret Psychedelic Mixes” of album tracks, plus B-sides and remixes from the period and a DVD of restored promo videos and film of their Glastonbury 2000 performance; See here)

CHICAGO
“Chicago Christmas” (a mixture of new songs and covers of holiday classics; producer: founding member Lee Loughnane; Read here; Amazon UK; On Tour; Merch; Rhino)

VARIOUS ARTISTS
“Come On Up to the House: Women Sing Waits” (tribute to Tom Waits, featuring covers by Rosanne Cash, Aimee Mann, Joseph, Patty Griffin, Phoebe Bridgers, Corinne Bailey Rae, Shelby Lynne & Allison Moorer, Iris Dement, Kat Edmonson, Angie McMahon, Courtney Marie Andrews, The Wild Reeds; Hear here; Read here; Dualtone)

THE WHO
“WHO” (their first album in 13 years; producers: Pete Townshend, D. Sardy, Dave Eringa; first single: “Ball and Chain”; Hear here; Read here; On Tour; Merch; Polydor / Interscope)

NOV. 29 RELEASES

MÖTLEY CRÜE
“Dr. Feelgood (30th Anniversary Edition)” (1989 album; remastered, with bonus demo tracks; box set features new CD and vinyl packaging, coke bottle green colored vinyl, three 7-inch picture discs, doctor bag, deck of cards, prescription notepad, drumstick pens, pins, guitar picks, etc.; See here; Merch; Mötley)

PINK FLOYD
“Pink Floyd: The Later Years 1987-2019” (four-LP box set; Super Deluxe Edition, 18-disc box set, featuring rarities, concert films, unreleased music videos, etc. [five CDs, three Blu-rays, five DVDs, two 7-inch singles, plus photo book and memorabilia]; Read here; Merch; Columbia / Legacy)

DEC. 6 RELEASES

MUSE
“Origin of Muse” (nine-CD, four-LP box set collects first two albums [1999’s “Showbiz” and 2001’s “Origin of Symmetry”], early EPs, demos, live recordings, B-sides and more than 40 unreleased tracks; See here; Read here; On Tour; Merch; Warner)

VARIOUS ARTISTS
“Until the End of the World (Music From the Motion Picture Soundtrack)” (1991 album; See here; Rhino)

JAN. 10, 2020 RELEASES

SANTANA
“Borboletta” (1974 album; 180-gram translucent blue vinyl, mastered by Joe Reagoso; On Tour; Merch; Friday Music)

JAN. 17, 2020 RELEASES

HALSEY
“Manic” (new single: “Graveyard”; See here; On Tour; Merch)

FEB. 7, 2020 RELEASES

BIG STAR
“#1 Record” (1972 album, featuring “In the Street,” “Thirteen” and “The Ballad of El Goodo”) , “Radio City” (1974 album, featuring “September Gurls,” “O My Soul” and “I’m in Love With a Girl”; Craft Recordings / Concord)

GREEN DAY
“Father of All …” (first single: “Father of All …”; Hear here; Read here; On Tour, with Fall Out Boy and Weezer; Merch; Reprise)




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