Archive for the BMG Category
At the birth of his solo career Ferry released two records, ‘These Foolish Things’ and ‘Another Time, Another Place’ in 1973 and 1974 respectively – but had never performed them live. The setlist from ‘Live at the Royal Albert Hall 1974’ is built from these two albums and is a […]
Guerrilla is the third album by Super Furry Animals. The record was released on 14 June 1999 by Creation Records and peaked at number 10 in the UK Albums Chart. With a bigger budget from Creation and choosing to self-produce the album with studio wingman / engineer, Michael Brennan, in […]
MAIN OFFENDER is the second studio album by KEITH RICHARDS, released in 1992. Richards teamed with Talk Is Cheap collaborator Steve Jordan and added Waddy Wachtel to the mix both in composing and producing Main Offender. Sessions with Richards’ group of musician friends known as “The X-Pensive Winos” took place […]
Originally released in November 1994 following an unprecedented 6 year hiatus, Gratuitous Sax & Senseless Violins marked a return to the commercial success that had alluded the band for much of the 80s. Delivering some of their highest chart positions in 15 years and the now fan favourite single, When […]
Originally released in April 2003, Mute/BMG announce the long awaited vinyl reissue of the much sought after ‘Black Cherry’. Unavailable for many years, the album will be pressed on 140g Purple vinyl with an exclusive 12” x 12” art print. Released on 27th September 2019, ‘Black Cherry’ will be the […]
Nick Cave and Warren Ellis, of the internationally celebrated bands Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds, The Dirty Three and Grinderman, composed, played and produced a compelling and intense soundtrack for director Andrew Dominik’s savage tale of the true west. The score captures perfectly the charismatic and unpredictable nature of […]
Morrissey’s new album of covers includes songs by the likes of Joni Mitchell, Bob Dylan, Roy Orbison, Laura Nyro, Dionne Warwick and many more as well as having guests vocals by Billie Joe Armstrong (Green Day), LP, Ed Droste (Grizzly Bear), among others.
Icons Karen O and Danger Mouse release their debut album as a duo, Lux Prima. “Title track Lux Prima is the first song we wrote for the record,” says O. “After making music for the past twenty years and embarking on making this record with Danger Mouse I knew a […]
Morrissey releases a deluxe edition of his 2017 album Low In High School. The expanded edition includes his newly recorded cover of The Pretenders’ Back On The Chain Gang, five live b-sides from the recording session, three unreleased tracks, a limited edition lithographed photograph of Morrissey, and a rare version of a photo […]
Eat The Elephant marks the return of the A Perfect Circle and is their first studio album in 15 years. Featuring the new singles Talk Talk, The Doomed, and Disillusioned.
A Perfect Circle unveiled a troubling new song, “The Doomed.” The track marks the metal outfit’s first new song in four years and will appear on their forthcoming LP, which is expected to arrive in 2018. Tool singer muses on relationship between community and creativity in new episode of web […]
The Mississippi MC’s ambitious third album is split between his stage persona and private life—the first half opens with “Big K.R.I.T.”; the second, “Justin Scott.” Fittingly, K.R.I.T.’s Southern rap purism is at its most personal here: “Price of Fame” explores the disconnect between success and true happiness. But the mood […]
Opening with the churning, horn-spiked “My Love I’d Do Anything for You,” Low in High School touches upon several familiar Morrissey obsessions — there’s prog and glam alongside Smiths-ian jangle — but the album also serves up swinging continental jazz, clomping electronics, drum circles, and even a feint at disco. […]
Hippopotamus is the 23rd studio album by American rock group Sparks. It was released on September 8, 2017, through BMG Records, their first record issued on a major label for decades.
Hamburg Demonstrations marks a departure for Pete Doherty: it’s perhaps the first record he’s put out that few people outside of his fanbase will be paying much attention to. With the endless soap opera surrounding the Libertines dimming down and the sound of rickety indie no longer in vogue, it […]