Phil Collins ‘Take A Look At Me Now’ retrospective campaign is now set to reissue deluxe editions of 1985’s No Jacket Required and 2002’s Testify coming in April, including bags of bonus content, vinyl editions and revamped artwork – out 15th April.
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For those fans that remember the Pet Shop Boys fan magazine Literally, this is now being replaced with an annual aptly titled ‘Annually’! Release on 1st April [no fool!], this will be one to add to your collection. Annually will be a larger, hard back format, around 64 pages and […read more…]
From the Guardian In an attempt to make punk, rock and metal gigs less intimidating for female fans, many bands are banning moshpits and introducing ‘safe spaces’ instead My teenage years were spent getting bashed around in beer-fuelled moshpits. My long hair would get pulled, my cardigan torn, my arms […read more…]
Love have announced a reissue of their 1967 album, Forever Changes, celebrating its 50th anniversary. Due for release on April 6, the reissue will feature unreleased tracks, alternate mixes and a hardcover book. Forever Changes has been remastered especially for this release, which also includes the mono version of the record for the first time […read more…]