Japanese Version Featuring A Thick Transparent Case
Import exclusive 2003 compilation featuring 22 choice trance tracks from such artists as Gouryella, Svenson & Gielen, Driftwood, Darren Tate, Signum, Riva, Skysurfer, Marc La Cruz, E-Wok, & many more. Vision Records.
English version featuring different cover art.
Strictly Limited for Initial Runs Only. Contains 'Bilingual' as Disc One and Special Seven Song Remix/Rarity Collection for Disc 2. This Japanese Pressing Contains Three Exclusive Bonus Tracks Not Available on Any Other Version.
Mute will reissue the 10 first studio albums by Depeche Mode in two batches in March and April on deluxe vinyl. All albums will come on a gatefold heavy card board sleeve and heavy vinyl. The albums have been remastered and recut from original masters and the artwork will be true to the original (including textured covers and embosses where appropriate) and will feature lyrics, and additional sleeve notes and artwork as per the CD reissues. ...
The Pizzicatos pull another packaging coup with the Japanese exclusive release of this EP featuring book style casing.
Japanese Exclusive Ep Featuring 7 Mixes
Limited UK pressing. First solo album in 25 years from the female half of Everything But The Girl (her first solo album, A Distant Shore, was recorded just prior to the formation of EBTG in 1982). On this album, Thorn collaborates with Tom Gandey (AKA Cagedbaby) and Ewan Pearson amongst others. Features the first single 'It's All True'. Virgin. 2007.
So what happens when one DJ (in this case Pizzicato Five's Konishi Yasuharu) sets out to honor the craft of his fellow DJs? His fellow DJs then turn around and return the favor. Remixes: Happy End of You is a collection of interpretations of P5's Happy End of the World as concocted by such visionaries as St. Etienne, Dimitri from Paris, 808 State, Gus Gus, and more. 808 State lead "Trailer Music" through some industrial drum and bass maneuvers;...
UK Edition Includes the Bonus Tracks "But Not Tonight", "Breathing in Fumes", and "Black Day".
First Single in Many a Year for the Band, Having Been Dropped by Virgin and Landing in the Tommy Boy Camp. Includes the Enhanced Video!
Japanese Release featuring a Bonus Track.
Japanese Release featuring Two Bonus Tracks: "Can U Dig it (Remix)", and "Preaching to the Perverted (Remix)".
Remixes of the song "One World Onw People" from the cd XCULTURES Great Club mixes from ethnic techno to ethnic hip hop and Euro mix, indian sitars and vocals meets club music.
Japanese Version Featuring A Thick Transparent Case.
Includes Bonus Maxi CD.
Following the Rolling Stones-meets-Black Crowes monstrosity Give Out But Don't Give Up three years ago, Glasgow's Bobby Gillespie and pals are back at the cutting edge with a trippy collection that could rightly be tagged analog electronica. Their Trainspotting soundtrack contribution (included here) melded bluesy harp with contemporary beats and it sets the tone for 11 tracks that use thick swaths of dub, Superfly funk, cheesy electronics, and...
Aussie exclusive box-set combines the UK dance act's first five albums, 'Emergency On Planet Earth' (1993), 'The Return Of The Space Cowboy' (1995), 'Travelling Without Moving' (1996), 'Synkronized' (1999) & 'A Funk Odyssey' (2001). Silver slipcase.
First UK single lifted from their 2001 album, 'The Gift'. 3 Tracks 'Perish', 'Want More Need Less' & 'Recovery'. Picture disc in a Digipak. Universal. 2002.
Aussie compilation includes their 1985 debut album, 'This Is Big Audio Dynamite' & 1989's 'Megatop Phoenix', which is out of print domestically. Standard double jewel case. 2001.
This Band is Huge in Australia and is Now Getting Rave Reviews in the UK. The Face Magazine Says 'imagine a World with Only One Record - it Just Might Be this One.' 'since' is a Tasty Mix of Soul, Funk, Hip-hop and Break Beat. Includes the Aussie Hit Single 'frontier Psychiatrist'.
Five different versions of Unbelievable plus a live track.
"A Question of Time" is Depeche Mode's seventeenth UK single, released on August 11, 1986, following the similarly titled "A Question of Lust" single.
The fourth single from their second album, 1998's 'Version 2.0'. Pt.2 is backed with two previously unreleased non-album tracks, 'Tornado' and 'Special' (Rickidy Raw R+B Mix). Slimline jewel case. 1999 Mushroom Records release.
Japanese Four Track Version featuring a Remix that is Unavailable Anywhere Else, 'androgyny (Thee Drum Drum Mix / by Felix Da Housecat)'.
Limited Edition Double CD Set featuring Six Live Tracks: Drop Dead Gorgeous, Bloke, Get Off, Ready to Go, Out of Darkness and More.
Japanese version featuring 1 bonus track: Push It (Boom Boom Satellites Mix).
After scoring the crossover hit "Virtual Insanity" in 1998 (remember the moving sidewalk video?), the U.K.'s Jamiroquai failed to keep their momentum alive with the somewhat scattered and skittish Synkronized. Thankfully for fans of the retro (if lightweight) pop/soul that is the band's specialty, Jamiroquai are back with their most cohesive effort since 1995's Return of the Space Cowboy. There's still too much blathering on about the cosmos...
Topping the Dance Charts all Over the World and Taken from the Soundtrack of "Brokedown Palace", the Single features the Vocals of Canadian Superstar Sarah Mclachlan.
Tracks: Title (LP Version), Title (Tricky Remix), Harvy the Dog, Get Hive (Video).
Japanese Re-Release Featuring 4 Bonus Tracks.
It's not that Garbage is doing anything particularly new. At times, singer Shirley Manson borrows Chrissie Hynde's phrasing, Patti Smith's rock beat poetry, and Brian Wilson's chorus from "Don't Worry Baby." But producer Butch Vig provides a modern sheen to Version 2.0 that makes it sound fresh and distinctly modern. Purists may blanch--the album is a hybrid of rock guitars, dance rhythms, and pop choruses--but songs such as "I Think I'm...
Mid-priced double disc set of original classic mixes by Motiv8 of dance grooves from the likes of Pet Shop Boys, Saint Etienne, Let Loose, Pulp, Dubstar, N-Trance, Heaven 17, Michelle Gayle and more! 22 tracks in all. Double slimline jewel case. 1999 release. The full title is 'Motiv8tion - The Official Motiv 8 Remix Collection'.
Although this band is largely responsible for defining the circa 1990 rave culture, their music is far removed from the bass-heavy electronica usually associated with dance clubs. Ten songs on this album are characterized by lazy tempos, groovy bass hooks, and artfully simple percussion tracks which interact perfectly to form smooth, danceable beats. The rhythmic foundation is further accented by tasteful guitar licks and restrained keyboard...
2002 album features 10 tracks plus a bonus DVD (Pal/Region 0) featuring 10 videos, 'Forever More', 'Familiar Feeling', 'Indigo', 'Pure Pleasure', 'The Time Is Now', 'Sing It Back', 'The Flipside', 'Dominoid', 'Fun For Me', & 'Where Is The What If The What Is The Why'. Echo. 2002.