Craft Recordings to reissue solo titles from Creedence Clearwater Revival’s Doug Clifford and Tom Fogerty.
The Prince Estate, in collaboration with Warner Bros. Records, has now released the original version of the iconic song “Nothing Compares 2 U” in limited edition 7-inch picture disc and black vinyl.
To celebrate the 30th anniversary of “Sweetheart,” the band’s first hit record, a deluxe edition of The Best of Franke & The Knockouts is being released on CD.
The album, originally released in 1979, was Tom Petty’s breakthrough, his first album to reach the Top 10 and go platinum, while spinning off two Top 20 singles.
Drastic Plastic Records is bringing the punk classic, “Give ‘Em Enough Rope,” back on beautiful RTI-manufactured 180-gram vinyl.
David Bowie’s hugely influential 1976 album, “Station To Station,” will be released in two expanded packages
Updated Jan. 20, 2010. Check to see what new releases and reissues are in your future!
How much would you pay for a classic rock record?; the kind that you can find for a few dollars at a used record store or garage sale? Better Records owner Tom Port has built a business around finding the best-sounding copies of such albums, which can sell for hundreds of dollars. He calls such premium-quality vinyl “hot stampers”
Hollywood Records and Queen are launching two-year effort to reissue the entire Queen studio album catalog on vinyl LPs, plus a movie featuring the band will hit theaters on Nov. 6, 2008.