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Friday, April 22, 2016 - 11:30am
At last, Blue Man Group has fulfilled their destiny: they’ve released a studio album for each member.
Tuesday, April 19, 2016 - 11:51am

First New Album In Nearly 20 Years Including Tracks Written By Rivers Cuomo, Ben Gibbard, Noel Gallagher And Paul Weller, Andy Partridge, And Album Producer Adam Schlesinger

Also Features Previously Unreleased 1960s Recordings Of Songs Written By Neil Diamond, Harry Nilsson, Carol King, And Others That Have Been Revisited And Completed In New Monkees Sessions

Good Times! Has New Release Date Of May 27, Following The Launch Of An Extensive 50th Anniversary Tour With Micky Dolenz And Peter Tork On May 18

The Monkees can now reveal the full track list for their highly anticipated new album GOOD TIMES!, their first new album in 20 years, tied to the group's 50th anniversary and extensive North American tour.

All three surviving band members (Micky Dolenz, Michael Nesmith, and Peter Tork) have written new songs for the album as well as providing vocals and music performances. The unmistakable voice of the late Davy Jones is also included with a vintage vocal on the Neil Diamond-penned "Love To Love." To produce the new album, the band found the perfect musical co-conspirator in Grammy® and Emmy®-winning songwriter Adam Schlesinger (Fountains Of Wayne, Ivy). The release date of GOOD TIMES! has been moved up two weeks and will be now be available on May 27 on CD and digitally, with a vinyl version coming out on July 29.

Friday, April 15, 2016 - 10:44am
In February, Phil Collins began the process of giving his fans a gift that’s been 35 years in the making: the deluxe reissuing and remastering of his back catalog of solo albums. Inevitably, the first round of reissues kicked off with the album that’s hitting the big 3-5 this year, 1981’s Face Value, but it was released simultaneously with 1993’s Both Sides. Last month brought 1982’s Hello, I Must Be Going! and 1996’s Dance into the Light.
Friday, April 15, 2016 - 10:33am
Foghat came into existence when “Lonesome” Dave Peverett, Tony Stevens, and Roger Earl left the ranks of Savoy Brown in 1970 to start their own musical endeavor, and when guitarist Rod Price joined the gang just as the year was coming to a close, the lineup was complete. The band spent the majority of a decade and a half on Bearsville Records, during which time they scored major success both with studio albums and, most notably, with a very popular live album. We’ve put them all together for this big ol’ box set, one which will provide you with all the boogie music you can stand.
Tuesday, April 12, 2016 - 11:45am

Rhino has made it a point to reissue classic albums on 180-gram vinyl on a regular basis. These are the latest to get that treatment. You're welcome.

Francois Hardy is a bona fide superstar in her native France, but in America she’s a bit more of a cult figure, albeit one whose cult has a profoundly devoted membership. In truth, Hardy might actually prefer it if her status was the same way worldwide: she’s long been notoriously shy, and as she said in a 2011 interview with BBC Radio 4 when asked about her classification as a music icon, “I am not comfortable with my professional life, really, so the word ‘icon,’ it’s as though you were talking about someone else. It’s not me, really. I feel happy when I’m on my bed, in my room, with a good book.”