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.
REMASTERED, DELUXE VERSION OF PURPLE RAIN DUE IN EARLY 2017
We're pleased to announce two new Prince releases that will celebrate the iconic artist’s music and introduce fans to previously unreleased material from his legendary vault. This will mark the first Prince recordings released since his passing on April 21st of this year.
Those who know Bette Midler’s long and storied career are already well aware that she’s rarely been anything less than divine, but some things are more divine than others, and if you’re looking for maximum divinity, you’ll find it in Rhino’s new deluxe edition of Midler’s 1972 debut album, THE DIVINE MISS M.
When you reach your 25th anniversary, people are supposed to celebrate by giving you a gift that’s made of sterling silver. In the case of Jane’s Addiction, they’re celebrating their own 25th anniversary by giving the fans a gift.
As you know from our regular “Doing a 180” posts, we’ve made it a point to reissue classic albums on 180-gram vinyl on a regular basis, but we’ve got one coming up tomorrow that we thought was worth mentioning prior to its actual release, if only because it’s one of the most important live albums in alt-rock history.