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Due for release on 30 September, ‘Sting: The Studio Collection’ is an 11LP box set that collects some of the finest moments in Sting's wide-ranging career.
Swiss duo Yello make their long-awaited return on 30 September, when they will release Toy, their 13th studio album – and first new album in seven years.
Released on 28 October, ‘Trials Of Eyeliner’ is a career-spanning 10CD box set collecting 189 highlights from Marc Almond’s mind-bogglingly varied career.
David Brent releases his debut album, ‘Life On The Road’, on 19 August, coinciding with the theatrical release of the film, starring Ricky Gervais.
A landmark release in prog history, The Alan Parsons Project’s debut, ‘Tales Of Mystery And Imagination’, receives a lavish box set reissue on 2 December.
On Friday, 15 July, Tax The Heat will perform at Big Red, on London’s Holloway Road, as part of the celebrations leading up to 2016’s Ramblin’ Man Fair.
The long-awaited third instalment in the Motown 7”s box set series contains rarites and previously unreleased music, and is due for release on 21 October.
On 15 July, three of Sonic Youth’s late-period classics, ‘Murray Street’, ‘Sonic Nurse’ and ‘Rather Ripped’, will be reissued on vinyl.
The Verve’s first two incendiary albums, ‘A Storm In Heaven’ and ‘A Northern Soul’, are being reissued as 3CD deluxe edition box sets on 9 September.
Neil Young’s classic concert movie, ‘Rust Never Sleeps’, and cult comedy feature film, ‘Human Highway’ are due for remastered DVD releases in July 2016.
Legendary Yes bandmates Jon Anderson, Trevor Rabin and Rick Wakeman have reunited to record new music and head out on the ARW tour.
The Who released their final 15 singles across four decades, each one finding the band restlessly creative, taking on punk and returning the rock opera.
On 17 June, Heart’s classic debut album, ‘Dreamboat Annie’, gets reissued on 180g vinyl, with a limited run of 500 red LPs being sold exclusively through uDiscover.
On 15 July, the remarkable albums that Nina Simone recorded for Philips between 1964 and ’67 will be reissued in the 7LP ‘The Philips Years’ box set.