Friday, September 28, 2012

Vinyl Record News & Music Notes

 Beatles On 180 Gram Vinyl November 13th!!

On November 13th (just in time for the Christmas season, and yes, it's sooner than you think!), the band’s original studio album remasters, which were all released on CD in 2009, will make their vinyl record debut.  All will be pressed on 180-gram vinyl and the new vinyl versions will feature the stereo mixes of each album.

EMI and Apple note that the vinyl albums are pressed from the full 24-bit, 192KHz digital masters created in the 2009 remastering process, rather than the 16-bit masters used in production of the CDs, meaning the vinyl versions will be drawn from the full-spectrum source material.

Each LP will be available individually and also in a deluxe limited-edition 16-LP box set limited to only 50,000 copies. The boxed set will include a 12-x-12-inch, 252-page hardbound book with extensive photos and liner notes with back stories on the creation of each album and information on the restoration of the recordings for the vinyl pressings.


Bestial Warlust Demo "Satan's Fist" To Be Reissued On Vinyl

Hell's Headbangers has announced the vinyl release date for Bestial Warlust's "Satan's Fist - Demo '96" (also to be released on limited-edition CD) as October 31st.

Get more details at MetalUnderground


Brian Eno Releasing New LP

Brian Eno has recently announced that he will be releasing his first solo album since 2005. The new album, 'LUX,' is slated for release on November 13,  with the vinyl release scheduled for December 11th.


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Green Day — “!DOS!” pre-order

While Billie Joe Armstrong seeks treatment (and we wish him a speedy recovery), the Green Day machine more or less rolls on. The second of the band’s new album trilogy, !DOS!, is slated for a Nov. 13 release. It’s the follow-up to !UNO! which was just released this week

Pre-order at ShopRadioCast


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