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Articles in the current Issue

THE SHIP FINALLY COMES IN

THE SHIP FINALLY COMES IN

After nearly half a century, the songs Bob Dylan made with The Band in 1967 are officially released, revealing perhaps the last great mystery of 60s rock. Patrick Humphries goes subterranean to tell the story behind the legendary Basement Tapes In the beginning, as with many memorable things in rock’n’roll, it all began with Bob Dylan…  In May 1969, a double LP of …

FEATURED ARTICLE From Issue 436

UNDER THE SIGN OF THE BLACK MARK

UNDER THE SIGN OF THE BLACK MARK

Dayal Patterson, author of Black Metal: Evolution Of The Cult and the forthcoming Black Metal: The Cult Never Dies, examines 30 years of challenging art and controversy It first scared audiences in the early 80s, was driven underground a few years later, and was resurrected in explosive fashion in the 90s via a torrent of blasphemy, crime and groundbreaking music. Since that time, it’s …

ARTICLE From Issue 436

RECORD COLLECTOR’S 2014 Best Of

RECORD COLLECTOR’S 2014 Best Of

Got the January blues? Then you’ll probably need some soul, jazz, psych and rock to go with it… And some decent reading material too… What’s that you say? You can’t remember New Year’s Eve, let alone 2014…? Don’t worry, you don’t have to. Behold RC’s guide to the best music, books and DVDs, from Reissues Of The Year to our columnists’ top picks – all reviewed in our 2014 …

ARTICLE From Issue 436

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

REM - REMTV

Ten-plus hours of Athens, Georgia’s finest The DVD box set must be a tough sell in an age of online streaming, but REMTV, which collates pretty much all of the band’s US TV appearances from 1983-2007, is a fair shoo-in, even if you’re only part interested in the group. The main point of interest is REM’s visible evolution. Never traditionalist, they offer – in …

DVD REVIEW From Issue 436

GEORGIE FAME - There’s Nothing Else To Do: Life and Music by Uli Twelker

R&B Godfather given a German mod twist This may be the most meticulously researched and efficient popular music tome, well, ever. Westphalian journalist and musician Twelker doesn’t just tackle his man, literally and figuratively, he is so immersed in the detail and minutiae of Fame’s time and tide that the reader receives an idiosyncratic crash course not just in the entire Soho …

BOOK REVIEW From Issue 436

ACCEPT - London Kentish Town Forum (27th November, 2014)

View: standing, front German metallers Accept played their largest London date since the halcyon mid-80s and, while their iconic singer, Udo Dirkschneider, is long gone, American Mark Tornillo has demonstrated confidence and vigour since joining in 2009. Three albums in with the gravel-voiced Tornillo, and Accept exceed all expectations.  On stage, they offer clinical precision in the riff …

LIVE REVIEW From Issue 436

VARIOUS ARTISTS - Sex Drugs And HIV

Sargent’s rock is going to help us Instigated by its curator, ex-Sham 69/Chelsea guitarist and all-round good bloke Mat Sargent, Sex Drugs And HIV was initially conceived in 1995 to help raise awareness and badly needed funds for several vital charities including Rape Crisis and the AIDS-related Terence Higgins Trust. Sargent’s suffered several serious setbacks bringing his 20-year labour …

ALBUM REVIEW From Issue 436

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