Sleevenotes: August’s vinyl news

Television Marquee Moon

Bikini Kill re-issue their Singles compilation for the first time on vinyl on 25 September. It can be ordered direct from the Bikini Kill website.

Daughters – the Rhode Island-based noise outfit – release their full-length album, You Won’t Get What You Want, on October 26th via Ipecac Recordings. Vinyl formats include ‘London fog’ and ‘clear smoke’ editions available from Ipecac.

Grinderman‘s self-titled 2007 album is released on green vinyl on 7 September via BMG.

There are only 1000 pink vinyl copies of Trevor Horn‘s Reflection, due on 28 September. Horn served as music producer on this Japanese animation that aired last year.

L7‘s Hungry For Stink – originally released in 1994 – is re-issued on 7 September on red vinyl (1200 copies only) via Real Gone Music.

5th October sees the release of John Lennon’s Imagine: The Ultimate Collection, remixed by triple Grammy Award winning engineer Paul Hicks at Abbey Road Studios under the supervision of Yoko Ono Lennon, using high-definition 24-96 audio transfers of the original first generation multitrack recordings. A 2LP limited edition on clear vinyl is among a variety of editions available.

Monuments  release Phronesis via Century Media on 5 October. The vinyl edition comes in a range of options:

  • 500 gatefold transp. blue-black splattered LP+CD via the band
  • 200 gatefold transp. magenta LP+CD via Century Media Records Distro Wholesale EU & Onlineshop
  • 100 Gatefold silver LP+CD via Century Media Records EU Onlineshop
  • Gatefold black LP+CD
  • North America: 500x Gatefold opaque lavender LP

Redd Kross‘ 1990 album Third Eye is released via Music on Vinyl on 28 September in a purple vinyl edition of 500.

Television‘s Marquee Moon is released as a 2LP ‘deluxe edition’ on blue vinyl on 5th October via Rhino.

Decca bring John Williams & the London Symphony Orchestra, A Life In Music to stores on 5th October on “galactic spattered vinyl”.


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