A Cherry Red three-disc collection from The New Wave Of British Heavy Metal 1978-1986. A reminder of a classic period for rock music and of how difficult it was to say NWOBHM…
San Francisco’s The Residents offer up an album based on the works of long-lost bluesman Alvin ‘Dyin’ Dog’ Snow.
Cherry Red Records excel themselves with this new 3CD compilation of the sounds which, collectively, comprised the London Pub Rock scene of the mid-1970s.
A shedload of albums, singles, rarities and unreleased music from the Buzzcocks archive. As usual, lovingly collated by the fine people at Cherry Red.
Strawbs fans can rejoice with the pairing of Heartbreak Hill and Burning For You in Remastered and Expanded forms.
A fitting tribute to the great and sadly missed Neil Innes. His 1973 debut album in expanded format.
Tent Of Miracles from 1990 finds the thirteenth album by Spirit reissued in an expanded format with a live show from Amsterdam as the added bonus.
Is anybody there? Former REM man Peter Buck and The Auteurs’ Luke Haines make a record that’s delightfully off kilter.
Prog rock veterans Nektar return for a new decade with The Other Side that celebrates both their past and the present.
A monster set from a particularly prolific period for Glenn Hughes. To be fair, the voice of rock has never shied away from being anything less than active.
Release Date: 29th November 2019 Label: Cherry Red Formats: 2CD, DL, special edition 4CD/DVD mega package Cherry Red are doing the Be Bop Deluxe catalogue a real service. After the excellent reissues of Sunburst Finish and Futurama, we get another impossible to resist offering of Modern Music. Modern […]
New album from acclaimed Chapman stick and bass virtuoso Nick Beggs packaged with two from the archives.
Hawkwind command you to take flight on board the Skylark. This is their 32nd album, and they’re still going strong.