To mark their 30th anniversary The Wonder Stuff release their eighth studio album, '30 Goes Around The Sun', on March 19th 2016 - thirty years to the day since the band first walked into a rehearsal studio in the heart of The Black Country in 1986. The band chose to revisit it's old stomping ground of Stourbridge to record the album and even managed to persuade renowned heavy metal and hard rock producer, Simon Efemey (Paradise Lost/Napalm Death/The Wildhearts), to return to his home town to produce the record.
What we have here is an excellent compilation of 90 tracks from the first years of Elvis’s success. The majority of the hits are on the first two discs, with the third being, in the main, a collection of his finest religious recordings from the period. All the early hits are here; “Heartbreak Hotel”, “All Shook Up”, Jailhouse Rock”, “Love Me, Tender”, “Hound Dog”, “Are You Lonesome Tonight” and many more. Some of his best early performances, such as “That’s All Right” and “Mystery Train” are also included, as are some of the film songs, such as “GI Blues”, “Wooden Heart”, “Loving You” and many others.
Limited-edition 4 CD set comprising the complete singles and EPs released in the USA up to 1962 presented in the order in which they were issued. This edition comes with a comprehensive booklet full of discographical information, rare photos and memorabilia. Eight tracks have been added as a bonus making 100 songs recorded by in his prime.
Elvis Presley, the greatest artist of all time. This boxset features the best of Elvis Presley in 5 genres. This themed collection box set features the best Rock and Roll, Movie, Country, Love & Gospel songs…
The Longpigs' debut album The Sun Is Often Out is an ambitious, darkly romantic album that owes quite a bit to the modernized anthem-rock of Radiohead. Although the band doesn't quite have Radiohead's talent for making the bombastic seem utterly personal, there are several moments of brilliance on the album – particularly the singles "Far," "She Said" and "On and On" – suggesting that their appealingly neo-gothic sonic textures will develop into something distinctive on their second album.