If you haven’t taken a look at Phil Collins’ back catalog recently, you can’t blame us: over the course of the past year, we’ve reissued all of his studio albums, the end result of which was that several of those albums re-entered the charts. In short, your man Phil is experiencing a higher profile than he’s had in recent memory, and it’s about to get even higher.
Rhino has made it a point to reissue classic albums on 180-gram vinyl on a regular basis. This is the latest to get that treatment. You’re welcome.
Madonna has a long history of delivering albums that have startled fans and critics alike, but when she released her RAY OF LIGHT album in 1998, what proved most startling was just how much she’d musically reinvented herself. It wasn’t always to be thus – the original sessions for her seventh album had been helmed by Babyface and Patrick Leonard – but after those efforts proved unsatisfying to Madonna, she instead recruited William Orbit, whose production techniques resulted in an LP unlike anything she’d ever delivered before. And, yes, we mean that
Now that we’ve finally made it through September, you know what that means: it’s time for…ROCKTOBER!
No, wait, come back! We promise we won’t use the italics anymore! Trust us: there’s a perfectly good reason why we’ve followed in the footsteps of any number of album rock radio stations and decided to add an “R” to the beginning of this month.