Emigrate's self-titled debut album went Top 10 in Germany in 2007 and its follow-up 'Silent So Long' appeared in 2014.
All four titles have been mastered at half speed and housed in their original iconic die cut sleeves designed by Peter Saville.
'Vital Idol', initially released in Britain in 1985 and in the United States in 1987, was the first remix record released by a rock superstar.
Sinatra’s intimate 1958 opus has been newly-mixed in stereo for its milestone 60th anniversary edition.
Originally released in March 1998, the album went platinum in the US and UK and charted inside the UK top 20.
The album features other rare live tracks spanning Queen's entire career, including previously unreleased audio tracks from 1985's Live Aid.
The actor is accompanied by his longtime band the Mildred Snitzer Orchestra and guests including Imelda May.
The 1979 smash features in six different versions on a new release teasing the band's 2019 box set.
'Mental Train' gathers all the band's studio albums from the period and adds a wealth of rare material.
The collection features the thrilling and witty work of a unique groove master, multi-instrumentalist and multilingual artist.
The special anniversary package was helmed by the band’s drummer and long-time archivist Charlie Benante.
The compilation celebrates one of the most memorable years in the distinguished history of Stax.
The soundtrack follows the musical arc and romantic journey of the movie’s two lead characters: Bradley Cooper’s Jackson Maine, and Lady Gaga’s Ally.
Originally released on 12 March 1993, the album hit the No.1 spot in both the UK and Ireland and sold over 6 million copies worldwide.
The first four titles are available on 21 September, with the 'Let Love Rule' reissue following on 30 November.
Both titles are part of an ongoing campaign celebrating the two bands' frontman Paul Heaton's catalogue.