❉ Paul Abbott reviews a triple-decker slab of Funk from Cherry Red’s Robinsongs label.
❉ This detour down Glam’s back alleys has more should-have-been hits than perhaps any other box set.
❉ Two of Bananarama’s most stylish albums finally receive the expanded edition treatment.
❉ Featuring an exclusive contribution from Bowie, the film’s soundtrack album has never been reissued on CD – until now!
❉ Featuring all 5 tracks from the legendary BOWPROMO LP and previously unheard original demo of ‘Andy Warhol’ featuring David Bowie.
❉ If you’ve never heard a note by The Residents before, you could easily dip your toe in here and very quickly gauge the flavour of their career so far.
❉ Anyone that appreciates pop-punk will find plenty to enjoy in this retrospective of a band who always did their own thing.
❉ We pore over the super-deluxe anniversary edition of The House of Love’s tremendous debut album in all its beautiful, brooding, spiritual glory.
❉ It’s Lawrence’s ball, of course, and his newfound freedom since the group’s dissolution resulted in a more freewheeling Felt, the subject of this second set of “revisitations”.
❉ There are some classic Oi anthems here, with top notch musicianship – these tracks really deliver, writes Brad Shepherd.