Archive for the Warner Category
Exact same reissue from Black Friday Record Store Day, which was supposedly limited to 5000 copies. But here it is again, in unlimited form. Good job, Warner Bros and RSD. You fooled us again with another supposedly limited Record Store Day release.
The atmosphere of such a movie and score is unique, addictive and affecting and for me Hans Zimmer and Benjamin Wallfish created the own vision of the soundscape for this world; at times evoking the sensitivity of Vangelis, at times inevitably hitting with the force and violence of 30 years […]
Round silver hype sticker on shrink: ‘5 LP BOX SET featuring the 2017 Master of the seminal album, additional recordings and an unreleased live album, all heavyweight vinyl. All three issued with gatefold sleeve and printed inner sleeves.
Although Jane’s Addiction’s 1987 self-titled debut was an intriguing release (few alternative bands at the time had the courage to mix modern rock, prog rock, and heavy metal together), it paled in comparison to their now classic major-label release one year later, Nothing’s Shocking. Produced by Dave Jerden and Jane’s […]
“Sidetracks is an impressive collection that makes clear Steve Earle’s leftovers make for a better album than most songwriters could construct from their top-shelf work — and that he can get over as a singer and not just as a songwriter performing his own work.”
The ten tracks that are featured on How Did We Get So Dark? were written in instrumental form during sessions in Brighton, Los Angeles and Nashville. Always trying to explore ways of stripping their enormous sound back to give it more space and impact, inspiration for the lyrics came from […]
The Canadian-American alt-prog collective’s fifth full-length outing, Grace Street delivers a heady mix of the accessible and the labyrinthine; a smartly structured, skillfully executed set of left-field radio hits with cosmic aspirations. Anchored by Ian Thornley’s mellifluous voice, which pairs the elastic falsetto of Coldplay’s Chris Martin with the seismic […]
1999’s Echo served as Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers’ first official studio album since 1991’s Into the Great Wide Open with the frontman’s second solo endeavor Wildflowers (1994) and Songs and Music from She’s the One (1996) issued in the interim. A self-described dark record rooted in the pangs of […]
Back when music was only available on a vinyl album, the pure excitement captured on a live album was considered the ultimate document coveted by hardcore music fans. Clark continues this tradition by bringing the live album to a younger generation of music fans. Live North America 2016 was recorded […]
Produced by the band and their long-time producer Dave Fridmann, this highly anticipated album is the follow-up to THE LIPS’ globally acclaimed 2013 album, THE TERROR. – On OCZY MLODY, THE LIPS return to form with an album no less experimental in nature, but perhaps more melodically song-oriented, recalling the […]
Banks & Steelz – a musical collaboration between Wu Tang Clan’s RZA and Interpol’s Paul Banks. RZA and Banks first began working on music together in 2013. RZA told Rolling Stone at the time that the idea to collaborate with the Interpol frontman sparked after RZA’s manager asked him who […]
For You is the debut studio album by American recording artist Prince. It was released on April 7, 1978 by Warner Bros. Records, two months shy of his twentieth birthday. The album bore the soon-to-be classic tag “produced, arranged, composed, and performed by Prince”, as it featured him writing all […]
“Drones is the seventh studio album by the English rock band Muse. It was released in Europe on 5 June 2015 and 8 June in the United Kingdom under Warner Bros. Records and Helium-3. Drones is a concept album following the protagonist’s journey from abandonment to indoctrination as a “human […]