Friday, November 11, 2016 - 11:09am

If you were a fan of the 1996 film adaptation of Irvine Welsh’s novel Trainspotting, you’re not the only one. It’s a funny, frantic, and occasionally horrifying tale of friendship and drug addiction that helped cement the reputation of Danny Boyle as a great director and helped turn Ewan McGregor into a proper movie star. With the film’s sequel – yes, it’s called Trainspotting 2 – at long last completed and finally set to hit theaters in early 2017, Rhino has dipped into the archives to reissue TRAINSPOTTING: MUSIC FROM THE MOTION PICTURE on vinyl.

Friday, November 4, 2016 - 9:33am
For those of you who follow music news, Stevie Nicks’ latest tour – one which finds her on the road with The Pretenders – has been widely reported as one for the ages, with Stevie’s set list stretching all the way back to a track from the long out-of-print BUCKINGHAM-NICKS album. In other words, if she’s coming to your town, you won’t want to miss her. But if she’s not coming to your neck of the woods, we’ve still got a way for you to have a whole lottta Stevie in your life: Rhino has just reissued her first two albums – BELLA DONNA and THE WILD HEART – as deluxe editions, featuring newly remastered audio as well as a whole bunch of bonus tracks.
Friday, November 4, 2016 - 8:45am

Okay, okay, we know “Doing a 140” doesn’t have even remotely the same ring as “Doing a 180,” but what can we tell you? These particular reissues are on 140-gram vinyl rather than 180-gram vinyl, so we felt like it was better to be factual. It’s just the right thing to do, you know? (Also, it’s the legal thing to do, so there’s that as well.)

Friday, October 28, 2016 - 3:16pm
Record Store day


Exclusive Releases From Blue Man Group, Foreigner,
Jethro Tull, Ramones, The Afghan Whigs, The Cars, The Monkees,
And The Sugar Hill Gang / Chic

Available At Participating Independent Record Stores On November 25

Tuesday, October 25, 2016 - 11:17am

Buckcherry – 15 –10th anniversary vinyl edition, Only available in the U.S., $19.98

Released in 2005 in Japan and 2006 in the US, 15 was somewhat of a new start for Buckcherry – the band had tweaked their lineup since they’d released their previous album, Time Bomb, in 2001 – and what a successful new start it was: the album went platinum, earned Mainstream Rock success with the single “Next 2 You,” and “Sorry” actually provided the band with their first and, to date, only top-10 hit.