To celebrate the 25th anniversary of No Code, Legacy is reissuing Pearl Jam’s No Code on 150-gram black vinyl.
This is the first time the album has been available on the format since its original release. The packaging includes recreations of their original packaging, including a fixed set of nine replica Polaroids/postcards.
The 1996 sessions for No Code featured long-time producer Brendan O'Brien (his third consecutive collaboration with the band) and drummer Jack Irons, who’d joined the band at the end of the Vitalogy sessions.
No Code became the band’s third consecutive US No. 1 album and featured the tracks ‘Who You Are,’ ‘Hail, Hail’ ‘Mankind’ and ‘Red Mosquito.’
NO CODE - TRACK LISTING
SIDE A 1. Sometimes 2. Hail, Hail 3. Who You Are 4. In My Tree 5. Smile 6. Off He Goes
SIDE B 1. Habit 2. Red Mosquito 3. Lukin 4. Present Tense 5. Mankind 6. Im Open 7. Around The Bend
2021 marks the 30th anniversary of Pearl Jam’s iconic debut album Ten. “Alive” was the first single off the album and 30 years later it’s being reissued as both a 12” and a cassette single.
The 12” features the original promo single version of “Alive” plus three rare b-sides: “Wash”, “Dirty Frank” and the Beatles’ cover “I’ve Got A Feeling”, which is currently not available anywhere else. All four tracks are included on side A while side B contains an etching of the band’s Stick Man logo.
Format: Vinyl Date Released: 17 July 2021 Label: Legacy Item No:19439853991
Three days after completing their first American tour, Pearl Jam headed to New York to strip back songs from their debut album ‘Ten’, well on its way to becoming one of 1992’s top rock albums. The album features all seven songs in the MTV Unplugged broadcast. The songs, all legendary.
Life On The Murder Scene was first released in 2006 as a CD/DVD combo. This is the first time the audio from this release has been available on Vinyl. This release limited to just 7,500 copies worldwide as part of Record Store Day Black Friday 2020.
The live tracks were taken from MTV2 $2Bill Show and tracks from the Starland Ballroom and Sessions @AOL.
Release Year: 27 November 2020
Label: Reprise Records
Format: 180G Vinyl LP
Item No: 9362489558
Thank You For The Venom (Live)
Cemetary Drive (Live)
Give 'Em Hell, Kid (Live)
Headfirst for Halos (Live)
You Know What They Do to Guys Like Us In Prison (Live)
You've got to hand it to Green Day, who continue to push the boundaries musically with each album release in recent years... This, their 13th album has an addictive pop-edge and if you're like me and you grew up with the band, I dare say your tastes have matured to rank this album amongst one of their best.
Now, aside from Typhoons promising to be another monster album from this killer two-piece Royal Blood, this Vinyl is presented on an Indie Exclusive translucent blue coloured Vinyl. One of the most pulsating albums you'll hear in 2021.
Beth Hart is as real as it gets. In a music industry full of glossy production and airbrushed photoshoots, this is one artist who throws down her cards, shares her darkest secrets and invites you to join her for the ride.
The Battle Of Mexico City documents Rage Against The Machine’s legendary show at Mexico City’s Palacio de los Deportes in 1999. This was the band’s first ever show in Mexico and part of their Battle Of Los Angeles tour. This release makes its vinyl debut on red and green colored vinyl with a white label as a tribute to the Mexican flag.
Butch Walker's American Love Story album has been one of my personal favourite albums, since being released in 2020. Now, there's the Live And Quarantined version of the album. Record live, just Butch, with a guitar, keyboard and an old 80's drum machine. Recorded live in one take.
For the first time on Vinyl, Hints Allegations and Things Left Unsaid is the debut studio album by the American rock band Collective Soul. It was originally released on an indie label in Atlanta called Rising Storm Records in 1993. The track “Shine” gained the band attention thanks to college radio. They later signed on with Atlantic Records and the album was released on CD in 1994 under the Atlantic label.
The album’s title is derived from the lyrics of Paul Simon’s 1986 hit “You Can Call Me Al”. The cover art is a modified version of the original logo for the 1979 broadway musical Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street, with the razor replaced with a banner, the picture in color and just the man on the cover. The album’s opening track, “Shine”, would arguably become Collective Soul’s biggest hit.
Collective Soul performed at Woodstock 1994 and opened for Aerosmith during their Get a Grip Tour.
A little over a year since Kurt Cobain's death, Courtney Love and Hole performed for the sixth season of MTV's Unplugged.
Playing a varied selection of tunes from the band’s two albums available at that time, alongside a couple of choice covers such as Duran Duran’s ‘Hungry Like The Wolf’ and The Crystals’ somewhat disturbing ‘He Hit Me (And It felt Like A Kiss)’, this acoustic show, available in full on this vinyl release for the first time, remains among the most interesting and dynamic that Courtney and her cohorts performed during their golden years.
SIDE A 1. Miss World 2. Best Sunday Dress 3. Softer Softest 4. Drown Soda 5. He Hit Me (And It Felt Like A Kiss)
SIDE B 1. Asking For It 2. You'Ve Got No Right 3. Old Age 4. Hungry Like The Wolf 5. Doll Parts
SIDE C 1. Sugar Coma 2. Celebrity Skin 3. Awful 4. Reasons To Be Beautiful 5. Dying
SIDE D 1. Violet 2. Malibu 3. Heaven Tonight 4. Boys On The Radio