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Articles in the current Issue

THE ENDLESS RIVER

THE ENDLESS RIVER

Kris Needs dives deep to discover the truth about the band’s unanticipated new album – and it looks like being an entirely positive experience for Floyd’s loyal legion of fans Titled after a line in The Division Bell track High Hopes, The Endless River is the first new album to bear Pink Floyd’s name since 1994. Needless to say, precise details are under heavy guard until its …

FEATURED ARTICLE From Issue 432

HIP-HOP! A collector’s guide part 11: indestructible vinyl

Hip-hop albums may be scratched – but they are adored. Dudley Jaynes selects classics from the birth of the genre to the present day and explains why rap vinyl refused to die In RC 398 we gathered hip-hop experts and examined 40 classic long-players. Given rap’s history, this was just a drop in the ocean. Therefore in this issue, we return to the LP, selecting 60 more classic albums, …

ARTICLE From Issue 432

COLLECTING PUNK MEMORABILIA

An explosion of interest in the punk era has generated an outrageous rise in prices for posters, badges, fanzines and all manner of pretty vacant bits and bobs. Tim Naylor gens us up on what to covet in that 70s Solatio shoe box – or steal from Bill Grundy’s loft to flog… So you’ve bought your Ramones T-shirt from Primark and a Sid Vicious poster from Amazon, but you crave a little …

ARTICLE From Issue 432

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Box/deluxe sets from The Wedding Present, Wings, Led Zeppelin, Jon Lord, Kylie Minogue, King Crimson. Reissues from Ian Dury. Q&As with: Foreigner, The Quireboys, Threshold, Stanley Clarke, Simon Phillips.

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

TYLA GANG - London Putney Half-Moon (17th August, 2014)

View: near bar Sean Tyla is growing old disgracefully, and loving every minute. Never quite in tune with the zeitgeist, the man who pioneered pub-rock as main-man of Ducks Deluxe was back in UK licensed premises as leader of the Tyla Gang for the first time since 2010. And with classic-era Gangsters, Bruce Irvine (guitar) and Michael Desmarais (drums), augmented by ex-Gillan bassman, John McCoy, …

LIVE REVIEW From Issue 432

PETE SEEGER - A Song And A Stone

Vintage documentary on the father of folk protest Following Seeger’s death, aged 94, earlier this year, it’s a safe bet that at least one career-spanning documentary is in the pipeline. This intimate portrait, however, was filmed over an 18-month period in the early 70s, during an especially controversial period in the folk singer, environmentalist and activist’s …

DVD REVIEW From Issue 432

- Southbound: An Illustrated History Of Southern Rock by Scott B Bomar

The ballad of rebel rock Rumbling out of the US at the start of the 70s, Southern rock was a mix of back-to-basics rock’n’roll, blues, country and soul – wrapped in a new vision of the American southland. Despite the chart successes of The Allman Brothers Band, Lynyrd Skynyrd and others, the artistry and innovations they brought to rock music are often overlooked – …

BOOK REVIEW From Issue 432

SHOCK TREATMENT 21 - The Days Of The Buckshee Bounce Are Nearly Over

Belated debut album by early Belfast punks Formed in 1978 by singer Barry McIlhener and bassist David ‘Basil’ McCausland, Belfast punks Shock Treatment went through the customary line-up changes before settling on Davy Treatment and Paul Kelly to fill the bass and drum roles, respectively.  Signing to Good Vibrations, they recorded a single, Belfast Telegraph/I Like It Like …

ALBUM REVIEW From Issue 432

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