· Most people will know the music of Frank Mills without even realising.
· From the mid to late seventies Frank enjoyed phenomenal success world-wide with his trademark "lounge" music, in particular the ‘Music box Dancer’ single which has received more than two dozen gold albums, over one million radio plays not to mention the coveted Grammy nomination in 1980.
· Let Frank soothe you!
Kim’s second album, a UK Top 20 hit when originally released in 1982, finally gets a proper CD release
Includes the hit singles ‘Cambodia’ (UK No.12, Australia No.2), ‘View From A Bridge’ (UK No.16, Australia No.2) and ‘Child Come Away’ (UK No.43)
As a bonus we have added five previously non LP tracks including the ultra rare ‘Bitter Is Better’
Cherry Red Records are very proud to be working together with Momus again, following on from the success of their 2016 collaboration, Pubic Intellectual – An Anthology 1986-2016.
Momus’ first three classic albums for Creation Records have now been compiled together in one very attractive package by Cherry Red Records, combining this already genius material with a selection of fantastic bonus tracks selected by Momus himself and this set features the fabled Indie smash - ‘Hairstyle Of The Devil’.
The entire package has been lovingly digitally remastered especially for this release.
In 1992, Sultans Of Ping FC caught the ear with the classic ‘Where’s Me Jumper?’, a wonderfully absurd slice of guitar driven indie-pop. The band found themselves catapulted into the pages of the music press and into the Top Ten in their native Irish charts.
A series of brilliant singles followed, supported by the band’s riotous live show, memorable dress sense and an intelligent, coverage-friendly wit.
This set captures the band’s debut album, and first five singles, plus b-sides and live offerings.
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The first reissue for Andrew Ridgeley’s debut album ‘Son Of Albert’ that was originally released in 1990, four years after the break-up of Wham!.
This Special Expanded Edition has been remastered using the original production master tapes.
This Special Expanded Edition includes the nine original album tracks from the vinyl release plus 7 related bonus tracks. This includes ‘Shake (Hardcore)’ that was featured on the CD version of the album.
The long-awaited fully expanded 2 CD edition of US pop starlet MARTIKA’s hit 1991 sophomore album MARTIKA’S KITCHEN – remastered, repackaged and reheated!
Child star of US TV show ‘Kids Incorporated’ MARTIKA was signed to CBS records at 18 years old and marketed as the ‘new Madonna’ – immediately scoring an international #1 smash with ‘Toy Soldiers’.
Jah Wobble’s first three albums on his own 30 Hertz label get the reissue and remastering treatment in this beautifully packaged 3CD set.
The release includes the full first three albums, plus non-album bonus material from the period, including the tracks ‘Magical Thought (Radio Edit)’ and ’30 Hertz’.
Contains exclusive sleeve notes written by Jah Wobble himself.
Included in this collection are 80 recordings from over 50 of New Zealand’s well known - and lesser known acts spanning 1965-1969. 19 tracks are on CD for the first time; six tracks are previously unreleased. As well as the local HMV, RCA and Philips labels we have the cream of NZ’s own labels as sources including Action, Impact, Zodiac, Allied International and La Gloria.
For any 60’s collector this is a fascinating snapshot of a mirrored scene, and for those outside of Australasia probably a first chance to own a copy of many of the recordings. Even for those inside that territory well over half the recordings on the box have not been available for decades.
For the very first time you can now get your hands on a Definitive Collection of the Funk sensation that was The Ohio Players.
Robinsongs are proud to be the first label to combine the Capitol, Westbound, Mercury, Arista & Boardwalk repertoire to make this unique compilation, but we did not stop there, we have also included material from Band members: Junie Morrison, Sugarfoot & Shadow (Billy Beck, Clarence Willis & Diamond) to give you a total career overview of this exceptional Funk Band.
The four albums contained in this collection were released consecutively during the period 1977-1980, the productions broadened the boundaries of country music with their musicianship and song content, creating a framework in which Milsap’s vocals fitted perfectly.
“It Was Almost Like A Song” (1977), was Ronnie Milsap’s eighth album for RCA and produced two No. 1 singles, the title track and ‘What A Difference You Made In My Life’. It won the CMA “Album of the Year” award.
First CD issue of one of Trojan’s most collectable
Features tracks new to CD
At the close of 1968, the best of their Tramp recordings to date were gathered on the long player, “Absolutely”, but within months of its issue, the trio had disbanded with its three members all going on to achieve substantial solo success on the Jamaican music scene.