2006 Digitally Remastered Edition of the Definitive Jam Hits Collection. "Snap" is Regarded by Fans and Critics Alike as One of the Best Compilations Ever Assembled to Summarize the Legendary Group's Many Recordings. The USA Hip-o Select Label Had Released a Very Limited Edition of this Expanded Lineup and Sold it Out. This Issue Brings You all the Regular a and Selected B-sides of the Project as They were Originally Meant to Be. This Version also Adds a Third Disc, the Live "Move on Up" EP, in an LP Sleeve Replica of the Original that was Included with the Original LP Issue of the Set. Along with the Slimline Double Jewelbox, Both Come Housed in a Special O-card Box Clearly Marked "Special Edition". The Jam's Recordings have Never Sounded Better!
The first ever comprehensive career round up of leading Oi! band Infa Riot, including tracks from the UK national Top 50 LP 'Still Out Of Order' and their two indie chart singles 'The Winner' and 'Kids Of The 80s' as well as the songs they contributed to seminal punk samplers such as Strength Thru Oi!, Carry On Oi! and the infamous Wargasm: No Nukes. Features detailed liner notes, a discography, many previously unseen photos and pictures of each relevant sleeve are all featured. 2005.
Mid-price reissue of the UK punk act's sophomore album originally released in 1978, remastered with two bonus tracks, 'The Cockney Kids Are Innocent' (B-side) and 'No Entry' (B-side). Repackaged with new sleeve notes and interviews with the band. Standard jewelcase. 2001 release.
The GALAXIE 500 box set contains the Boston band's three albums--TODAY, THIS IS OUR MUSIC and ON FIRE--along with a disc of B-sides, compilation tracks and previously-unreleased material. GALAXIE 500 also includes an enhanced disc containing multi-media files including videos for "Tugboat," "When Will You Come Home," "Fourth Of July" and "Thunder," and art by Galaxie 500 bassist Naomi Yang.Galaxie 500: Dean Wareham (vocals, guitar); Naomi Yang (vocals, bass); Damon Krukowski (drums, percussion).Recorded at Noise New York, 6/8 Studios and live at CBGB, New York, New York between 1987 and 1990. Includes liner notes by Kramer, Dean Wareham, Damon Krukowski and Naomi Yang.Galaxie 500, who recorded for the now-defunct U.S. branch of Rough Trade Records in the late '80s and early '90s, was one of the brightest stateside bands in the era when indie rock really was indie. Often compared with the Velvet Underground, Galaxie 500 began with the simplest of structures. The band's staple was the strummy three-chord pop song, to which it added jazz-like percussion, intricate bass lines and otherworldly guitar and vocal effects. In showing the way to create something transcendent and glorious out of the skeletal and elementary, Galaxie 500 left a giant legacy.For those who want to follow the irrepressible talent of this trio, singer-guitarist Dean Wareham went on to form Luna (and Luna 2), while bassist Naomi Yang and drummer Damon Krukowski continued with their own duo, Damon & Naomi, and became the rhythm section in Magic Hour, a post-rock ensemble. Documenting a band that helped define the sound and attitude of late-'80s and early-'90s independent guitar rock, this box is essential for old fans and new converts alike. Dean Wareham, Damon Krokowski, and Naomi Yang were part of a Northeastern music scene that distilled the Velvet Underground, Television, and Joy Division into its own brand of post-art-school rock. Galaxie 500 took the Velvets as their blueprint for shimmery, glazed pop with a warmth and depth that set them apa...