Rare Record Price Guide

  • The world's leading authority on prices of rare and collectable records pressed in the UK.
  • More Information
Rare Record Price Guide

Got any news or live dates?


Send it to
tim.jones@metropolis.co.uk
  • Slide 1
  • Slide 2
  • Slide 3
  • www.rarerecordpriceguide.com

Articles in the current Issue

LED GET PHYSICAL

LED GET PHYSICAL

WITH THE FORMIDABLE LED ZEPPELIN DELUXE EDITION SERIES UP TO FULL STEAM, CURATOR EXTRAORDINAIRE JIMMY PAGE TELLS PIERRE PERRONE HOW THE LATEST INSTALMENT, PHYSICAL GRAFFITI, CAME ABOUT, AND RECALLS HIS TIME AS A 60s SESSION GUN FOR HIRE Led Zeppelin are rightly painted as the British rock band who conquered America in the late 60s and never looked back. On their first US tour, they took no …

FEATURED ARTICLE From Issue 440

KILLER RETAINS HIS INSTINCT

KILLER RETAINS HIS INSTINCT

He’s been around since the dawn of rock’n’roll time, interpreting songs and the music itself like nobody else. As The Killer approaches 80, Jack Watkins pays tribute to the great Jerry Lee Lewis When Sam Phillips hailed Jerry Lee Lewis as “the most talented man I ever worked with”, the first person nodding in agreement would probably have been the Ferriday Fireball himself. An …

ARTICLE From Issue 440

A TRUE STAR

A TRUE STAR

Is Todd Rundgren the greatest wizard in rock, plotting a path from Harry Potter child genius to questing Dumbledore? In a major new interview, Ken Sharp quizzes the modern musical polymath and superproducer, and, on page 68, interrogates Utopia, Rundgren’s highly acclaimed prog band The only thing predictable about Todd Rundgren is his unpredictability. A master at confounding expectations …

ARTICLE From Issue 440

Latest News

Box sets from Bruce Springsteen, ABBA, REM, Jesus Jones, Tears For Fears, The Jam, Simon & Garfunkel, The Moody Blues, Ulver, The Go-Betweens. Deluxe Jethro Tull. Q&As with: Devilment's Dani Filth, Rammstein's Richard Kruspe, Live, Kobra & The Lotus.

Reviews from the current issue

Here is a selection from over 200 reviews from this month's Record Collector, the magazine that has the world's largest coverage of reissues

NIGHT RANGER - London Islington O2 Academy (12th March, 2015)

View: standing by bar Led by dynamo guitarist/singer Jack Blades, axe virtuoso Brad Gillis and singing drummer Kelly Keagy, the US AOR stalwarts put in a typically rumbustious 22-song, 125-minute set, dropping a handful of planned tunes and substituting them for moments of communal air-punching celebration, as on covers of Alice Cooper’s School’s Out and Don Henley’s The Boys Of …

LIVE REVIEW From Issue 440

WHITESNAKE - Sail Away: Whitesnake’s Fantastic Voyage by Martin Popoff

You’ll read it from cover to Coverdale Not quite the “full biography” as claimed on the blurb, Sail Away really tells the story of hard rock greats Whitesnake’s rise to fame, with a brief summary of events since their commercial peak in the late 80s. As with most of Martin Popoff’s excellent oeuvre, it’s a good book  for fans to argue with: a subjective …

BOOK REVIEW From Issue 440

JOE STRUMMER - I Need A Dodge! Joe Strummer On The Run

Goodbye Joe, me gotta go By the autumn of 1985, Joe Strummer knew he’d blown it. He’d already been derided for sacking former musical soulmate Mick Jones and touring with the reconfigured five-man Clash Mk II, but he couldn’t handle the critical thrashing meted out to the band’s woeful final LP, Cut The Crap. Understandably, Strummer had no intention of hanging around to …

DVD REVIEW From Issue 440

VARIOUS ARTISTS - Recorded At The Automat: The Best Of Rough Trade Records

A life-affirming collection Collected in one place, it’s easy to see that Rough Trade’s early releases were little more than a series of chances taken by Geoff Travis and his cohorts. After the electro-punk of Metal Urbain’s Pari Maquis, Travis issued music from all points of the compass, including Stiff Little Fingers’ crackle (Rough Trade), Young Marble Giants’ …

ALBUM REVIEW From Issue 440

Twitter
Facebook

By continuing to use the site, you agree to the use of cookies. more information

On 26 May 2011, the rules about cookies on websites changed. This site uses cookies. We have already set cookies which are essential
for the operation of this site. More Info
By using this site you accept additional cookies from this site used to support optional features of the site or to gather anonymous usage statistics
we use to improve the site

Close