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Articles in the current Issue

LED GET PHYSICAL

LED GET PHYSICAL

WITH THE FORMIDABLE LED ZEPPELIN DELUXE EDITION SERIES UP TO FULL STEAM, CURATOR EXTRAORDINAIRE JIMMY PAGE TELLS PIERRE PERRONE HOW THE LATEST INSTALMENT, PHYSICAL GRAFFITI, CAME ABOUT, AND RECALLS HIS TIME AS A 60s SESSION GUN FOR HIRE Led Zeppelin are rightly painted as the British rock band who conquered America in the late 60s and never looked back. On their first US tour, they took no …

FEATURED ARTICLE From Issue 440

KILLER RETAINS HIS INSTINCT

KILLER RETAINS HIS INSTINCT

He’s been around since the dawn of rock’n’roll time, interpreting songs and the music itself like nobody else. As The Killer approaches 80, Jack Watkins pays tribute to the great Jerry Lee Lewis When Sam Phillips hailed Jerry Lee Lewis as “the most talented man I ever worked with”, the first person nodding in agreement would probably have been the Ferriday Fireball himself. An …

ARTICLE From Issue 440

All this and... Pete Burns too

All this and... Pete Burns too

Record shop launches record company, rises… then falls. Movies have been made of less. But Liverpool label Probe Plus has endured since 1982 – in a city which had long since lost its place in the spotlight. Tim Peacock calculates how it adds up… Thanks to The Beatles and the subsequent Merseybeat explosion, Liverpool was at the very epicentre of the rock’n’roll world during …

ARTICLE From Issue 440

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Box sets from Bruce Springsteen, ABBA, REM, Jesus Jones, Tears For Fears, The Jam, Simon & Garfunkel, The Moody Blues, Ulver, The Go-Betweens. Deluxe Jethro Tull. Q&As with: Devilment's Dani Filth, Rammstein's Richard Kruspe, Live, Kobra & The Lotus.

Reviews from the current issue

Here is a selection from over 200 reviews from this month's Record Collector, the magazine that has the world's largest coverage of reissues

10CC - Watford Colosseum (23rd February, 2015)

View: stalls, seating The excellent 1974 album, Sheet Music, was followed by a greatest hits set. The reaction to the former’s more experimental tracks was one of slight bewilderment, Mick Wilson’s smooth vocal on Worst Band In The World or Clockwork Creep not cloaking their odd time signatures and chord changes. However, the better-known Silly Love and The Wall Street Shuffle went …

LIVE REVIEW From Issue 440

BECK, ROB JOVANOVICH - Throwing Frisbees At The Sun: A Book About Beck by Rob Jovanovich

Stuck together like a readymade Riding the cape-tails of Midnite Vultures, Beck’s gloriously Dada assault on R&B and funk, several biographies emerged at the turn of the Millennium, each with their merits, none wholly nailing it. Jovanovich takes a second stab at his 2000 publication, On A Backwards River, but, again, falls short – a shame, since new interviews with early 90s …

BOOK REVIEW From Issue 440

PENTAGRAM - All Your Sins

Double-disc live library for veteran doomsters Pentagram’s career may have had more peaks and troughs than a theme park ride – and more breakdowns than a Sinclair C5 – but the band are today considered doom metal legends; rightly so, given that they not only crafted some genius albums, but also helped to cement the genre in its formative years.  Featuring nine shows over …

DVD REVIEW From Issue 440

SWEET MADNESS - Made In Spokane 1978- 1981: Volume 2

Second trove of treasures from shoulda-been stars Stuck out on a limb over 300 miles from Seattle and devoid of media interest, remote Spokane, Washington, was literally in the back of beyond during the 70s. Yet despite – or perhaps because of – their city’s social stagnation, Spokane’s disaffected youth hungrily embraced punk’s DIY revolution. David W …

ALBUM REVIEW From Issue 440

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