Limited picture disc version of the 1972 edition of the DAVID BOWIE album retitled as SPACE ODDITY. The picture disc features the iconic Ziggy Stardust era artwork and comes with a replica of the poster which was part of the package at the time. The picture disc will feature the 2009 40th anniversary remaster of the album which was undertaken to match as closely as possible the original vinyl issue.
The album “The Repentless Killogy (Live at The Forum in Inglewood, CA)” is a 21-track live release spanning the band’s catalog. Made up of early tracks like “Hell Awaits” and “Chemical Warfare”, recent tracks like “Repentless” and “When the Stillness Comes”, as well as crowd favorites like “Raining Blood”, “Angel of Death”, “War Ensemble” and more, this album comes in at a total running time of over an hour and a half. These limited-edition vinyl formats have never been released in these colors before. The double gatefold, red swirl vinyl is limited to 1,200 worldwide while the double gatefold, pic disc is limited to 800 worldwide
Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band's 2017 stereo mix as a limited, collectible picture disc vinyl LP. Produced by Giles Martin for this year's universally heralded 'Sgt. Pepper' Anniversary Edition releases, the album's new stereo mix was sourced directly from the original four-track session tapes and guided by the original, Beatles-preferred mono mix produced by Giles' father, George Martin. Praised by fans and music critics around the world, The Beatles' 'Sgt. Pepper' Anniversary Edition is 2017's most celebrated historical music release and an ideal gift for Beatle People here, there, and everywhere.
The band is led by Grammy winning producer Adrian Quesada and songwriter Eric Burton. Burton arrived in Austin after busking his way across the country from Los Angeles, while Quesada has a storied reputation for playing in bands like Grupo Fantasma and Brownout. The two collaborated on a new sound that transmutes soul into something idiosyncratically modern - reminiscent of Ghostface Killah and Motown in equal measure.