While their 2015 debut set Skills In Pills was sung entirely in English, the new album has Till Lindemann singing...
The eight-song mini-album prompted critics to describe U2 as the best live band of 1983.
Lewis Merenstein, whose most famous credit was producing Van Morrison's 1968 classic Astral Weeks, died on 6 September in New York at the of 81.
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.
Featuring rare and unreleased recordings, ‘Live At The Hollywood Bowl’ captures The Beatles at the height of Beatlemania and is released on 9 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.
Brothers and Sisters was spreading the Allman family name on 8 September 1973, becoming the Allman Brothers Band's only US No. 1 album.
Capturing the frenzy of Beatlemania better than any other document, ‘Live At The Hollywood Bowl’ finds the group in the first flushes of changing the world.
Released on 23 September, ‘ZAPPAtite’ collects some of the tastiest tracks from Frank Zappa’s wide-ranging career.
Status Quo will follow their highly successful 2014 album Aquostic — Stripped Bare with the 21 October release of Aquostic II – That's A Fact!
The Steel Wheels/Urban Jungle was massive and during the year it took to complete The Stones appeared in front of almost 6 million people
Temple Of The Dog’s self-titled debut album is being reissued on 30 September in a stunning super deluxe four-disc box set.
Lost for 40 years, the long-awaited soundtrack to the David Bowie movie ‘The Man Who Fell To Earth’ will be released on 9 September.
The lead single and title song of Bon Jovi's forthcoming Island album This House Is Not For Sale, was released yesterday (12 August), and here's the video.
Watch the trailer for Frankie Miller's new duets album Double Take, featuring Rod Stewart, Bonnie Tyler and Elton John
Respected artist manager David Enthoven of ie:music, who steered the careers of T. Rex, Robbie Williams and many others, has passed away.