A career-spanning collection of weird and dark post-punk tracks by the mysterious German duo.
The saxophonist's Artist House sessions from 1979 showcase the urgency and soulful lyricism of his comeback years.
A newly unearthed collection of demos, home recordings, and otherwise unreleased songs from this multifaceted visionary.
The two volumes of mostly unheard demos from the Brazilian band's earliest days are not only revelatory, but classics in and of themselves.
This sprawling box captures the mystery and magic of the songwriter's star-studded carnivalesque 1975 tour in rehearsal, over five shows, and in rarities.
Remastered edition of Brian Eno's 1983 soundtrack, including an album's worth of new material with collaborators Roger Eno and Daniel Lanois.
This double-disc collection chronicles the last years of Buck Owens' imperial phase.
Essential collection of the '90s lo-fi space rock trio's home-recorded and brilliant output, with some nifty rarities added.
A hefty box containing 11 complete concerts from Presley's return to the stage in August 1969.
Revelatory sessions from early July 1963 recorded when the saxophonist was between Prestige's New Jazz imprint and Blue Note.
The Scottish band's jangly, dramatically hooky pop splits the difference between the Postcard sound and sophisticated new wave groups like ABC.
The definitive remastered edition of the artist's classic ill-fated album contains a bonus disc with all extant studio takes minus overdubs.
Warren Defever's early ambient recordings have a singular purity that makes for fascinating, transporting listening.
At long last, the complete classic studio recordings of this influential British jazz-rock outfit have been compiled and remastered.
The complete studio recordings from an early-'90s band indispensable to the evolution of emo.
The full release of the scorching October 1969 homecoming concert that was later excerpted on the 1970s double-LP Sex Machine.
Fun collection of (very) obscure British hard rock and metal that's beer-soaked, sweat-stained, and nothing but a good time.
The 2019 reissue of the space-age cult classic is supplemented with extras that recontextualize the album's place in early electronic music.
All of Coltrane's sessions as a leader in 1958 are presented in chronological order on this handsome box set.
A gorgeously remastered deluxe box set of the pioneering English guitarist's first three solo albums, and three collaborations with bonus material.
A wealth of previously unreleased demos and live performances take fans deeper into the album's mystery and magic.
The effervescent beauty of Neu! and Harmonia co-founder Michael Rother's early (and recent) solo work is showcased on this fantastic box set.
This marvelous collection of songs from Mister Rogers' Neighborhood resonates as deeply in the 2010s as ever.
The composer's endearing, inventive music for plants makes the most of his skill and creativity.
A monumental reissue of all the recordings Nat King Cole made prior to signing to Capitol Records.
A sometimes moody but engaging 1973 concert from the same tour that produced the album Time Fades Away.
Essential post-disco, pre-new jack swing R&B throughout this almost-faultless summation of the artist's most successful period.
This superb five-disc set tells the story of a guitarist and songwriter who packed a lifetime of fine music into a mere 24 years.
Prince hit his creative stride with this sprawling, visionary collection of sexy, futuristic funk-pop. This edition adds a wealth of rarities, live tracks, and mixes.
The ephemeral and early 4AD band's lone EP, plus a bonanza of previously unreleased material recorded at gigs and rehearsals.
The long-lost late-'70s albums from the studio band Roger C. Reale & Rue Morgue sound like an Americanized version of Stiff Records.
A lovingly collected and packaged box set of the former Faces bassist's organic and wonderfully warm solo work.
This amazing three-disc box commemorates the innovative Irish guitarist's recording career via unreleased music, outtakes, concerts, and guest spots.
A revamped edition of the album with a different track list, a new cover image, and a second disc of demos.
The band's landmark 1996 album is rounded out with first-rate rarities, demos, and insightful liner notes.
An absolutely essential collection of singles, EP tracks, and unreleased gems by the willfully weird, always wonderful indie pop pioneers.
The 50th Anniversary edition contains a new remix by Giles Martin and two discs of alternate takes and outtakes.
Expanded edition of a boundary-smashing debut informed by funk, noise, dub, free jazz, and experimental music.
A deep, four-CD exploration of Don't Tell a Soul, highlighted by a new mix by its producer Matt Wallace.
Fifty years after being cut, the last great album by the English saxophonist makes its long-awaited appearance as a bona fide jazz holy grail.
After an eight-year hiatus, Strut returns with a stellar fourth volume in its essential Nigeria 70 series.
The North American edition of Cherry Red's Close to the Noise Floor series leans closer to noise and industrial than its predecessors.
An exhaustive, entertaining history of the evolution of the electrified Bakersfield country sound.
A lovingly curated three-disc anthology of U.K. folk-rock's golden years with plenty of enticing rarities.
Fun and well-executed collection of great acid-addled pop and rock from the late '60s.
A thrilling and informative set that tracks the various paths the underground took after the seismic explosion of punk in 1977.
A fascinating chronicle of the odd, slightly grim era of the U.K. in the mid-'70s.
Excellent three-disc set that expertly gathers late-'80s U.K. shoegaze, noise pop, dream pop, baggy, and other styles that fall under the neo-psychedelic banner.
A thorough four-disc box that traces the history of the seminal East Side Los Angeles-based R&B label.
More than just pleasant background music, this wide-ranging collection of Japanese environmental music serves as a history lesson.
The birth of album rock as told through 45 rpm singles from 1969-1971.
A thrilling collection that runs the gamut from noisy and weird to shimmering and beautiful, while making the case that this was a golden era of pop.
All the Young Droogs: 60 Juvenile Delinquent Wrecks, Rock 'N' Glam (And a Flavour of Bubblegum) from the 70’s
Excellent collection of early-'70s junk shop glam.
The 50th anniversary box commemorating Woodstock is the first set to contain music from every artist on the legendary festival's bill.
A rousing and oft-hilarious career-spanning set of tracks by the noisy, off-kilter band from the '90s Scottish pop underground.