Alien Sex Fiend return with their ferocious new album. Packed with pounding rhythms, speaker- shredding guitars, squelchy synthesisers and, of course, Nik Fiend’s latest chainsaw-psychiatry outpourings, ‘Possessed’ puts the Fiends back where they belong, at the top of their own rotten pile.
A perfect companion to the “Hot Shots Of Reggae” CD, or simply a superb stand-alone collection in its own right, this long overdue release is an essential purchase for fans seeking the best in classic reggae sounds. Available on CD for the first time ever.
Two seminal Trojan albums from the golden age of reggae. Released by Trojan Records at the height of the reggae explosion of late 1969, “The Upsetter” introduced the world at large to the work of musical genius Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry.
“Singled Out” is the cream of the crop, the best singles sides most representing the Billy Bremner sound. The second focus is Bremner’s songwriting as all but three of the songs on this compilation are written or co-written by Bremner.
Robinsongs and Cherry Red are honoured to be representing the Legendary Johnny Guitar Watson’s DJM catalogue and we continue our re issues campaign with the albums “Johnny Guitar Watson And The Family Clone” and “Bow Wow” on a 2 on 1 CD package.
Produced by Bob Kulick, Jimmy Waldo and David Glen Eisley, and engineered by Pat Regan, the self-titled "Murderer's Row" CD now includes a second disc of unreleased bonus tracks of rough mixes of the entire album.
Here we have the four albums that Tanya Tucker recorded for Columbia Records available for the first time in one package: “Delta Dawn” (1972), “What’s Your Mama’s Name” (1973), “Would You Lay With Me (In A Field Of Stone)” (1974) and “You Are So Beautiful” (1977).