In the early 1980s, former Genesis guitarist Anthony Phillips attempted a pop crossover; the final product, Invisible Men, wasn’t very good. Yet this reissue expands that album and presents a second disc of material from the era, and shows that while the final album was an underwhelming effort, the creative well from which it was drawn was anything but inferior.
Taken from the Universal Music release, Anne Murray: The Ultimate Collection.
Taken from the Ship To Shore Phonograph Co. release, A Diet For The Worms.
Taken from the forthcoming Les Disques du Crépuscule release, Nue au Soleil (Complètement)
Nigerian producer and impresario Odion Iruoje will go down as one of the men who brought Fela Kuti to a wider audience, but his sole album, from 1983, is a blend of Western and African styles that sounds unlike anything that came before it–or anything that came after, for that matter.
Taken from the forthcoming Burger Records reissue, Sixteen Tambourines.
Taken from the forthcoming Milan Records release, Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence.
German musician Peter Schilling will forever be known for his Bowie-referencing hit “Major Tom (Coming Home),” and this expanded reissue of his debut album shows that he was willing to do what it took to break into the English-speaking market.
Ozzy Osbourne’s return after the tragic death of guitarist Randy Rhoads finds him presenting the world with the very first Ozzy Osbourne musical video. Campy fun lies ahead….
The third official studio album by The Durutti Column found Vini Reilly refining his unique hybrid sound, resulting in a very sublime listening experience.