Due for release on 4 November, the 6CD box set ‘Queen On Air’ collects rarely heard live performances and interviews from across the band’s entire career.
Released on 18 November, ‘Memories In Rock’ captures what happened when Ritchie Blackmore reformed Rainbow for the first time in two decades.
Robbie Robertson’s career-spanning collection, ‘Testimony’, will be released on 24 November, offering a reminder of the guitarist’s undoubted importance.
Still among Weezer’s most beloved works, the group’s first six albums are being reissued on vinyl on 28 October.
Released on 7 October, the 10LP Blink-182 vinyl box set collects the group’s first six studio albums, plus their 2000 live recording.
On 4 November, Crowded House’s entire discography will receive deluxe reissues featuring rarities and outtakes that celebrate the group’s 30-year history.
Three more of Sonic Youth’s Geffen-era vinyl reissues will surface on 14 October: ‘Experimental Jet Set…’, ‘A Thousand Leaves’ and ‘NYC Ghosts & Flowers’.
Released on 18 November, The Human League’s ‘A Very British Synthesizer Group’ is a stunning collection of classic singles and previously unreleased demos.
Fergie’s debut solo album, ‘The Dutchess’, remains a modern pop classic and is due for 2LP reissue on 2 December.
Black Grape’s freewheeling debut, ‘It’s Great When You’re Straight... Yeah’, is reissued in a deluxe three-disc edition on 4 November.
On 30 September, The Black Eyed Peas’ six albums will be reissued on vinyl, tracing their evolution from local heroes to globe-straddling megastars.
Having made his name with The Who, legendary guitarist Pete Townshend embarked on a solo career in 1972, the fruits of which are reissued on 30 September.
Released on DVD on 21 October, ‘The Boys Of Zummer Tour: Live In Chicago’ captures Fall Out Boy at their live best at a homecoming show in Chicago.
ABBA’s ‘Arrival’ album will be given a stunning half-speed mastered 2LP reissue on 7 October, alongside a limited 7” box set collecting the singles.
A carnivalesque trawl through sounds and styles, Glass Animals’ second album, ‘How To Be A Human Being’, is fresh, invigorating and life-affirming.