…some absolute corkers through the Eil Tower doors this week, how about one of THE top Paul McCartney rarities (or is it THE top Macca rarity?), that’s the monster rare picture disc version of the Back To The Egg LP, only 200 made and all given out to staff, they don’t turn up very often that’s for sure, also look out for a whole bunch of Motorhead goodies but we are loving this signed 1977 single with signatures from the original classic line-up, a rather tasty Jimi Hendrix Axis Bold As Love 1st issue MONO with POSTER(!), we’ve got more rare Rolling Stones nineties/noughties vinyl pressings, 1st press L.A. Woman The Doors, early Faith No More, Japanese vinyl rarities and much, much more…pheewww …see them all here
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Aerosmith Guitarist, Joe Perry, has announced details of his new solo album Sweetzerland Manifesto and has brought along some friends to help. The album has been produced by Johnny Depp, and features contributions from Robin Zander of Cheap Trick, David Johansen and Terry Reid from The New York Dolls, as well […read more…]
DAVID GRAY 'Draw The Line' [Release Date 14/09/2009]
CD I 2CD: "one of the most respected songwriters of his generation" Q Magazine August 2009
With 12 million album sales to date and the best selling album in Ireland ever with 'White Ladder', David Gray is certainly not one to rest on his laurels. Four years after his No.1 album 'Life In Slow Motion', David Gray returns with his highly anticipated new album 'Draw The Line', out September 14th. 'Draw The Line' marks a new chapter for David Gray and his first release with Polydor. The new record will be preceded by lead single 'Fugitive', out September 7th. The album was written and produced by David in his North London studio, The Church. Gray wrote the song 'Draw The Line' in June 2007, which lit the touch paper for the rest of the record and gives the new album its title. It's the warm sound of David Gray's unmistakeable voice and intelligent song writing under a new, revitalised light. Lead single 'Fugitive' is one of the many standout tracks on the album, featuring a soaring contribution from a gospel choir. Other highlights include a joyous collaboration with Annie Lennox on the album's epic finale 'Full Steam Ahead' and a telling duet with American singer-songwriter Jolie Holland on 'Kathleen'. 'First Chance' is buoyed by the sound of a high-strung guitar, while soulful piano based 'Transformation' builds to a powerful crescendo. "I'd been very introspective for whatever reason," he admits. "Partly success, partly things that happened in my life around the time of 'White Ladder'. I guess as a singer-songwriter you're gonna have a little bit of that anyway in your makeup. My previous records were inward most of the time. But suddenly with the song, 'Draw The Line', I'd kicked the front door down and I was outside. The world was my oyster: that's what I felt as a writer." A deluxe edition of the album will also be available from release with a bonus CD featuring 8 of David's greatest hits (including 'Babylon', 'Sail Away' and 'Other Side') performed live at London's Roundhouse.
Echo & The Bunnymen have unveiled a brand new version of their 1984 track, Seven Seas. It is the latest track to be lifted from their new album, The Stars, The Oceans & The Moon, which is due to arrive in October, and is a mixture of both new material and reworked classics […read more…]