The second round of Led Zeppelin reissues begins with one of the most artistically influential and commercially successful albums in the history of music, Led Zeppelin IV, produced and newly remastered by Jimmy Page.
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Primarily known for flamboyant frontman Ian Andersons flute playing, Jethro Tull had a 40 year long career in rock stretching from the 1960s to the early 2010s. They released 20 albums along the way, and touched on a variety of genres.
Aqualung is the group’s fourth album, and many consider it to be one of the bands greatest achievements. The album launched the band into a major radio and touring act, and remains as the bands bestselling album. It is considered to be a concept album, and introduced the masses into this style of album.
Three piece ‘new wave/pop’ band a-ha formed in Oslo, Norway in 1982. The band achieved huge international success during the mid-eighties and have sold over 55 million records worldwide.
Scoundrel Days is a-ha’s second studio album following their breakthrough debut ‘Hunting High and Low’. With hit singles ‘I’ve Been Losing You’ and ‘Cry Wolf’ this album continued their initial success and solidified their position as one of the most infamous 80s bands.
Three piece ‘new wave/pop’ band a-ha formed in Oslo, Norway in 1982. The band achieved huge success during the mid-eighties and have sold over 55 million records worldwide.
‘Hunting High And Low’ is the band’s debut and most well-known album, which successfully launched a-ha into 80s mainstream pop culture. Released in 1985, it went on to sell 10 million copies worldwide and reached high positions in charts globally. Five tracks from the album were later released as singles, including the band’s signature track ‘Take On Me’ which sold over 8 million copies and continues to be the band’s biggest hit.
The Yardbirds were an English rock band which launched the careers of three legendary guitarists, namely Jimmy Page, Jeff Beck and Eric Clapton. They produced a string of hits during the 1960s and released five albums in the five years they were together.
‘Little Games’ was The Yardbirds final album before they disbanded one year later. It was their first and only album recorded with future Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page.
The Waterboys are a British rock and roll/folk band that was formed in 1983 by Mike Scott, who was the leading force of the band until it disbanded in 1993. During the bands time together, over 70 different musicians have featured on their tours and albums.
This is the Sea is The Waterboys third album. Released in 1985, it is often considered to be their best work and was also their most commercially successful, being the first Waterboys album to enter the UK albums chart. This is the last album in the Waterboys “Big Sound” trilogy, which is how the band described their music at the time and features their biggest hit ‘The Whole of the Moon’.
Electronic were a supergroup formed by Smiths guitarist Johnny Marr and New Order singer and guitarist Bernard Sumner. Forming in 1989, they went on the produce three studio albums, all of which peaked in the top 10 of the UK albums chart.
‘Electronic’ was the self-titled debut album from the band, released in 1991. It reached number two in the UK charts and sold over a million copies around the world. It later went on to become a cult hit in the US, selling 240,000 copies ten years after the initial release.
Morcheeba are a three piece British, electronic band that rose to fame in the 1990s with their mix of trip hop, folk-rock and downtempo genres.
Big Calm is the band’s second album, and the best-selling of their career, receiving platinum certification in the UK. The album includes the original band lineup, Skye Edwards and brothers Paul and Ross Godfrey.
Combining the spirit of Punk with traditional Irish Folk music, The Pogues were one of the most radical bands of the 1980’s. Their instantly recognizable and politically tinged music helped them achieve 5 consecutive top 20 albums in the UK.
'Peace And Love' was the band's fourth album, originally released in 1989, reaching #5 in the UK charts.
Combining the spirit of Punk with traditional Irish Folk music, The Pogues were one of the most radical bands of the 1980s. Their instantly recognizable and politically tinged music helped them achieve 5 consecutive top 20 albums in the UK.
Hell's Ditch was originally released in November 1990, reaching #12 in the UK charts. The band's fifth album, it was produced by Joe Strummer of The Clash and the last to feature front man Shane MacGowan.
The Band’s Ambitious 1974 Album Expanded With Unreleased Tracks And Orchestral Pieces Along With Rare Video Footage.
Joni Mitchell Curates Four-Disc Collection Featuring 53 Newly Remastered Songs Recorded Throughout Her Landmark Career That Evoke Her Vision Of Love.
What’s Your 20, is a 2-CD/DIGITAL compilation of essential tracks culled from the band’s previously released studio recordings.