It’s Vinyl Tuesday! Record Exchange customers receive up to $5 in used vinyl* with every $25 in new vinyl purchased and have access to early and exclusive releases. This week’s releases:
Originally released in 2003 on CD, this was Roxy Music’s reunion and world tour of their 30th anniversary of the band and represents the entire set list from those concerts. Limited edition nonmetallic gold colored vinyl.
Recorded live in December 1972 and released the following year, Space Ritual is an excellent document of Hawkwind’s classic lineup, underscoring the group’s status as space rock pioneers. Incorporating most of Doremi Fasol Latido, the show for the Space Ritual tour was conceived as a space rock opera, its blend of sci-fi electronics, mesmerizing psy-fi grooves, and heavy, earthbound jamming punctuated with spoken word interludes from astral poet Bob Calvert. Although his intergalactic musings date the album, coming across now as camp futurism, they still provide fitting atmospheric preambles to Hawkwind’s astounding, mind-warping sounds.
Living in the Past is a double album quasi-compilation collection by Jethro Tull, which contains album tracks, out-takes, the “Life Is a Long Song” EP, and all of their singles except for “Aeroplane”, “Sunshine Day”, “One for John Gee”, “17” and the original United Kingdom version of “Teacher” (the United States single version was included instead).
Bona Drag is a compilation album by Morrissey originally released October 1990. The album features an array of Morrissey’s most popular songs from his early solo career, most of which had not been released on any previous album. The album name meaning nice outfit is an example of the subculture slang Polari explored further on the album’s first track “Piccadilly Palare”. Bona Drag will be available on 180gm 2-LP.
The ultimate collection of Red Hot Chili Peppers’ hits, reissued on limited edition grey marbled vinyl.
Quadruple vinyl reissue of Red Hot Chili Peppers’ smash double album.
Reissue of Kid Rock’s breakthrough 1998 album Devil Without a Cause.
Reissue of Kid Rock’s first country album Cocky.