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Articles in the current Issue

THE ENDLESS RIVER

THE ENDLESS RIVER

Kris Needs dives deep to discover the truth about the band’s unanticipated new album – and it looks like being an entirely positive experience for Floyd’s loyal legion of fans Titled after a line in The Division Bell track High Hopes, The Endless River is the first new album to bear Pink Floyd’s name since 1994. Needless to say, precise details are under heavy guard until its …

FEATURED ARTICLE From Issue 432

 Flight Of The Behemoth

Flight Of The Behemoth

Say goodbye to your skeleton - Sunn O))) will reduce it to matchwood. Harry Sword meets a band that defies the limits of rock. There is none heavier, none darker, none more riveting In terms of pure visceral submersion, few musical experiences can match the primal power of Sunn O))) in full flow. Chest-rattling bass, robes and incense, banks of vintage amps – the live effect is one of …

ARTICLE From Issue 432

COLLECTING PUNK MEMORABILIA

An explosion of interest in the punk era has generated an outrageous rise in prices for posters, badges, fanzines and all manner of pretty vacant bits and bobs. Tim Naylor gens us up on what to covet in that 70s Solatio shoe box – or steal from Bill Grundy’s loft to flog… So you’ve bought your Ramones T-shirt from Primark and a Sid Vicious poster from Amazon, but you crave a little …

ARTICLE From Issue 432

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Box/deluxe sets from The Wedding Present, Wings, Led Zeppelin, Jon Lord, Kylie Minogue, King Crimson. Reissues from Ian Dury. Q&As with: Foreigner, The Quireboys, Threshold, Stanley Clarke, Simon Phillips.

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

THOMPSON TWINS’ TOM BAILEY - Reading Sub89 (14th August, 2014)

View: standing, left His first gig in 27 years! After years of exile in New Zealand, only Tom Bailey remains from the Thompson Twins, after divorcing long-standing partner Alannah Currie. Warming up for the Rewind Festival, tickets had gone to lucky fans in competitions, and what a prize! Backed by three female musicians, the atmosphere was, like the band, electric. Entering with a hand-held …

LIVE REVIEW From Issue 432

PRINCE - Slave Trade

Emancipation is a virtue: Prince in the 90s These are heady times to be a Prince fan: universally acclaimed live shows, mischievous appearances on chat shows and cameos on hit sitcoms have helped burnish the legend and usher in an ever-growing respect for the man’s back catalogue. Slave Trade, however, reminds us that this was not always so. Chiefly concerned with what many would consider …

DVD REVIEW From Issue 432

- Southbound: An Illustrated History Of Southern Rock by Scott B Bomar

The ballad of rebel rock Rumbling out of the US at the start of the 70s, Southern rock was a mix of back-to-basics rock’n’roll, blues, country and soul – wrapped in a new vision of the American southland. Despite the chart successes of The Allman Brothers Band, Lynyrd Skynyrd and others, the artistry and innovations they brought to rock music are often overlooked – …

BOOK REVIEW From Issue 432

THE HAUNTED - Exit Wounds

Insert “Swedish hardcore” quip here… Without meaning to be one of those irritating critics who revisit a band’s entire history in every review, it’s difficult to appreciate this album without knowing something about its gestation. So here you go: The Haunted, leaders of the Swedish neo-thrash movement from 1998 to about a decade later, released several albums of fast, …

ALBUM REVIEW From Issue 432

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