Archive for the Rhino Category
Factory Communications: 1978-92 is a tribute to the label as well as a dedication to the founder, the late Tony Wilson. The project celebrates arguably the most important label in UK pop history, collating rare and obscure tracks from a diverse range of acts. It features 63 tracks including cuts […]
4LP Boxset. Considered one of the most iconic and influential double albums in rock history, Prince’s 1999 was released at a major turning point in the artist’s career. After years of being relegated to the R&B charts, he experienced his first true crossover moment with the mega-hits Little Red Corvette, […]
2LP, remastered. Prince’s fifth album came right before the lascivious multi-instrumentalist became a huge star with his 1984 film and soundtrack, ‘Purple Rain’. The album’s two enduring hits, “1999” and “Little Red Corvette,” outshine the rest, and define the essential roles that rock and funk play in Prince’s music.
The Grateful Dead may have released the band’s final studio album – Built to Last – on Halloween 1989, but that didn’t stop them from writing new songs for the following years, adding several new tracks to their live repertoire in the early ‘90s. Sadly, the group was unable to […]
Original soundtrack reissue of the 1979 musical comedy film on color vinyl featuring Ramones and containing the original remixes of “Rock ‘n’ Roll High School” & “I Want You Around” done by Phil Spector.
Stone Temple Pilots are to reissue their 1994 album Purple as a four-disc super deluxe edition. The 3CD+LP package includes a newly remastered version of the original studio album on both CD and vinyl, plus unreleased versions of album tracks and rarities, along with an unheard full concert recording from 1994. […]
Rhino are reissuing a bunch of The Replacements’ albums to vinyl, and 1985’s Tim is one of them. Tim was the band’s first album for a major label and it remains a high-point of their discography: indeed, it is a key piece of the US alternative-rock puzzle. It contains the […]
Echo and The Bunnymen – The John Peel Sessions 1979-1983 is a collection of all the Radio 1 John Peel sessions that they performed in the formative years of the band, and in celebration of these early recordings. Significantly, this collection of 21 tracks are from the very beginning of […]
The Grateful Dead deliver a standout performance of one of their concert staples, “Uncle John’s Band,” at their June 17th, 1991 show at Giants Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. That entire show is one of five previously unreleased concerts — all recorded at Giants Stadium — that will be […]
Soon after the Smiths disbanded in 1987, Morrissey returned with his debut as a solo artist Viva Hate (1988). The album was certified gold in both the U.K. and the U.S. and topped the album charts in England. THE BEST OF MORRISSEY includes two key tracks from Viva Hate: “Everyday […]
Miles Davis shocked the music world in 1985 when he left Columbia Records after 30 years to join Warner Bros. Records. In October of that year, he began recording the album Rubberband in Los Angeles at Ameraycan Studios with producers Randy Hall and Zane Giles. The musical direction Davis was […]
Graham Nash’s demos, which appeared on the second disc of the Over the Years release, will now be available on vinyl. Featured demos include Teach Your Children, Chicago, and Marrakesh Express. Graham Nash’s tenor is among rock’s most recognizable, and as resonant as his voice of conscience as a songwriter. […]
The Monkees’ psychedelic journey Head reissued on Silver Vinyl. Head contains songs and snippets of dialogue from the Monkees’ full-length feature film of the same name; a 90-minute surreal, psychedelic, comedy adventure, which was the band’s first and only theatrical release. Notable tracks include Micky Dolenz’s vocals on two Carole […]
Graham Nash’s demos, which appeared on the second disc of the Over the Years release, are now available on vinyl. Featured demos include Teach Your Children, Chicago, and Marrakesh Express.
12″ reissue. The massively influential band New Order formed in Manchester, England, in 1980, rising from the ashes of U.K. post-punk pioneers Joy Division. Successfully fusing new wave, electronica, synth-pop, and club music earlier than many bands now seen as contemporaries, their unique sound was as insightful and soulful as […]
An audiophile 180-gram vinyl edition of the legend’s classic 1959 Grammy winning LP. Mastered from the original analog tapes and pressed at RTI. The original album was engineered by Bill Schwartau and Tom Dowd and supervised by Nesuhi Ertegun and Jerry Wexler. Features Charles’ Grammy winning version of “Let The […]
The Streets is pleased to announce the reissue of his 2006 album which will be its first re-pressing since 2006 on 2 heavy weight vinyl disks. This is The Streets third album following his early critical reception and features hit tracks such as ‘War of the Sexes’ and ‘Never Went […]
This album has been fully remastered from the original mono analog tapes, echoing the experience of the era. On this 1958 album, Charles began to use new eight-track recording technology to record memorable songs like “Blackjack,” “Lonely Avenue” and “Leave My Woman Alone.”
This collection includes newly remastered versions of his first four studio albums: Curtis (1970), Roots (1971), Back to the World (1973) and Sweet Exorcist (1974).-His debut album, Curtis reached the Billboard Pop Albums Chart Top 20 and was certified gold. It features “(Don’t Worry) If There’s A Hell Below, We’re […]
Reissue of Buffalo Springfield’s 1967 sophomore album, Buffalo Springfield Again. Available here in mono on 180-gram vinyl. Rhino Records is reissuing Buffalo Springfield’s second album, Buffalo Springfield Again, in mono on 180-gram vinyl as part of their 2019 ‘Start Your Ear Off Right’ series. This album includes the hit single […]
Rhino Records is reissuing Buffalo Springfield’s self-titled debut in mono on 180-gram vinyl as part of their 2019 ‘Start Your Ear Off Right’ series. This album includes the iconic protest song “For What It’s Worth.”
Released in 1969, ARETHA’S GOLD is the chart-topping greatest hits compilation that features her biggest hits from her early Atlantic albums: “Respect,” “Think,” “(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman,” “Chain of Fools,” and more!
New Order are proud to announce the release of TOTAL from Joy Division to New Order on vinyl. Originally released in June 2011 on CD, TOTAL from Joy Division to New Order will be available on vinyl for the very first time. Featuring single versions of tracks from both Joy […]