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  • The Vinyl Collection: Volume One (Box Set) (Awaiting Repress) The Vinyl Collection: Volume One (Box Set) (Awaiting Repress) Quick View

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    The Vinyl Collection: Volume One (Box Set) (Awaiting Repress)

    Def Leppard - The Vinyl Collection: Volume One Box Set - 6 Albums On 8 LPs + 7-inch + Book


    180-Gram Heavyweight Vinyl In Faithfully Reproduced Jackets


    Remastered By Ronan Mchugh And Joe Elliott, And Cut By Greg Moore


    Housed In A Rigid Box, Containing A Hard Back Book With Rare Photos, Liners By Classic Rock's Paul Elliott


    Written Introductions By Band Members Joe Elliott, Rick Savage, Rick Allen And Phil Collen


    This initial volume of the band's complete recorded output comes in a limited-edition 180-gram heavyweight vinyl box set, featuring Def Leppard's first four studio albums - along with some choice bonus live and studio material - all spread across 8LPs. The Volume One collection contains all of Def Leppard's iconic 1980s recordings - On Through The Night, High 'N' Dry, Pyromania and Hysteria - with reproductions of the original packaging. Furthermore, this collection includes a replica 7-inch single of the band's original independent EP, the self-titled The Def Leppard E.P. The Volume One collection also houses bonus material including Live At The LA Forum 1983, originally released as a bonus disc in the deluxe CD version of Pyromania, making this the first-ever vinyl offering of the complete show. This 2LP version comes with a new sleeve and inner bags. The box set also includes Rarities Volume 1 which has been specially compiled by Joe Elliott, containing rare B-sides and recordings from Def Leppard's early years, all in a newly commissioned sleeve. Each album in the Volume One box set was mastered by longtime band producer/soundmaster Ronan McHugh and frontman/vocalist Joe Elliott at Joe's Garage in Dublin, Ireland, and cut by Greg Moore. Housed in rigid boxes, the Volume One collection also contains a hardback book with rare photos by longstanding band confidant Ross Halfin and liner notes by Classic Rock's Paul Elliott. Def Leppard bandmembers Joe Elliott, bassist Rick Savage, drummer Rick Allen, and guitarist Phil Collen have all also contributed their personal introductions to the collection.


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    On Through The Night
    1. Rock Brigade
    2. Hello America
    3. Sorrow Is A Woman
    4. It Could Be You
    5. Satellite
    6. When The Walls Came Tumbling Down
    7. Wasted
    8. Rocks Off
    9. It Don't Matter
    10. Answer To The Master
    11. Overture


    High And Dry
    1. Let It Go
    2. Another Hit And Run
    3. High 'N' Dry (Saturday Night)
    4. Bringin' On The Heartbreak
    5. Switch 625
    6. You Got Me Runnin'
    7. Lady Strange
    8. On Through The Night
    9. Mirror, Mirror (Look Into My Eyes)
    10. No No No


    Pyromania
    1. Rock! Rock! (Till You Drop)
    2. Photograph
    3. Stagefright
    4. Too Late For Love
    5. Die Hard The Hunter
    6. Foolin'
    7. Rock Of Ages
    8. Comin' Under Fire
    9. Action! Not Words
    10. Billy's Got A Gun


    Hysteria
    LP 1
    1. Woman
    2. Rocket
    3. Animal
    4. Love Bites
    5. Pour Some Sugar On Me
    6. Armageddon It


    LP 2
    1. Gods Of War
    2. Don't Shoot Shotgun
    3. Run Riot
    4. Hysteria
    5. Excitable
    6. Love And Affection


    Live At The LA Forum 1983
    LP 1
    1. Rock! Rock! (Till You Drop)
    2. Rock Brigade
    3. High 'N' Dry (Saturday Night)
    4. Another Hit And Run
    5. Billy's Got A Gun
    6. Mirror, Mirror (Look Into My Eyes)
    7. Foolin'
    8. Photograph


    LP 2
    1. Rock Of Ages
    2. Bringin' On The Heartbreak
    3. Switch 625
    4. Let It Go
    5. Wasted
    6. Stagefright
    7. Travelin' Band


    Rarities Volume 1
    1. Wasted
    2. Hello America
    3. Good Morning Freedom
    4. Bringin' On The Heartbreak
    5. Me And My Wine
    6. Tear It Down
    7. I Wanna Be Your Hero
    8. Ride Into The Sun
    9. Ring Of Fire
    10. Release Me


    The Def Leppard EP
    1. Ride Into The Sun
    2. Getcha Rocks Off
    3. The Overture

    Def Leppard
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    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP Box Set + 7 Single - 8 LPs Sealed AWAITING REPRESS Buy Now
  • 10X10 10X10 Quick View

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    10X10

    Before his untimely death in 2012, renowned American rock guitarist Ronnie Montrose began recording an ambitious passion project with bassist Ricky Phillips (Styx, Bad English) and drummer Eric Singer (Kiss, Alice Cooper). The idea was to record 10 songs with 10 different singers and call the album 10X10. Sadly, Montrose was unable to see the album through during his lifetime. Instead, Phillips made it his mission to finish the songs by enlisting a small army of Ronnie's musician friends to record the vocals and the guitar solos for each song, completing the album in recent years.


    Phillips says the songs represent some of Montrose's best work. "His songs still have the fire and angst of a young rebel, but with some added wisdom and foresight voiced in his own unique language of 'guitar-speak.' On 10X10, we hear Ronnie at the top of his game, from the opening crunch guitar of 'Heavy Traffic,' all the way to the closing song, 'I'm Not Lying,' which was Ronnie's tip of the hat to his friend Robin Trower."


    10X10 features inspired pairings, like Deep Purple singer Glenn Hughes with Def Leppard guitarist Phil Collen ("Still Singin' With The Band") and singer Sammy Hagar with Toto guitarist Steve Lukather ("Color Blind"). Legendary blues guitarist Joe Bonamassa also showcases his guitar talents on the track "The Kingdom's Come Undone" with Ricky Phillips on vocals. A few artists both sing and play, like Edgar Winter ("Love Is An Art") and Tommy Shaw ("Strong Enough").


    Several artists who appear on 10X10 had recorded with Ronnie during his career, like Edgar Winter, who included the guitarist on his 1972 album, They Only Come Out At Night. Sammy Hagar got his start singing with Montrose. Between 1973-75, he recorded two influential albums - Montrose and Paper Money - with the band and toured the world.
    More than 40 years later, Hagar was among the first who agreed to help finish Ronnie's final album. "It's valuable to have 10X10 be seen as Ronnie's last work, rather than going and digging up some stuff from his past. This was something he truly had a vision for," says Hagar.

    1. Heavy Traffic Feat. Eric Martin & Dave Meniketti
    2. Love Is An Art Feat. Edgar Winter & Rick Derringer
    3. Color Blind Feat. Sammy Hagar & Steve Lukather
    4. Still Singin' With The Band Feat. Glenn Hughes, Phil Collen & Jimmy "Z" Zavala
    5. Strong Enough Feat. Tommy Shaw
    6. Any Minute Feat. Mark Farner & Ricky Phillips
    7. The Kingdom's Come Undone Feat. Ricky Phillips & Joe Bonamassa
    8. One Good Reason Feat. Bruce Turgon & Brad Whitford
    9. Head On Straight Feat. Davey Pattison & Marc Bonilla
    10. I'm Not Lying Feat. Gregg Rolie, Tom Gimbel & Lawrence Gowan
    Ronnie Montrose (feat. Ricky Phillips and Eric Singer)
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  • Kiss: MTV Unplugged Kiss: MTV Unplugged Quick View

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    Kiss: MTV Unplugged

    Celebrating four decades of decibels, KISS, Mercury Records and UMe proudly announce reissuing the legendary KISS albums on 180g audiophile vinyl
    starting in 2014. Remastered to high definition 192kHz/24-bit audio for maximum fidelity, these albums have never sounded so amazing and now
    vinyl collectors will get what they've been demanding. All posters, sleeve art, stickers, etc that appeared in the original LP release where applicable have
    been faithfully reproduced for the KISS Army.


    On April 10, KISS will be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame - which will be broadcast in May -
    and then will kick off a summer co-headlining tour with Def Leppard starting in June.


    After sinking deep into this musical celebration, even the not-so-avid listener will surely know something more about Kiss, a classic rock icon of the '70s roaring back in vibrant and passionate form. This recording of a session done expressly for the program MTV Unplugged in 1996 brought together a special group for a remarkable, if unexpected, reunion. Throughout this record, you can feel the support and raw adoration of the audience present, certainly a mixture of long-time fans and new admirers. The members of Kiss got together to rock hard on their axes and crash big on the drums, bringing a renewed sense of freshness and excitement. Nearly rock & roll legends, they exceeded expectations and, given their newfound energy, charisma, and love for the music, their performance provided the catalyst for the beginning of a successful world reunion tour. Coming Home delivers a feverish and electric opening that gets the crowd on its feet in a hurry. Soon the emotion and presence of this group are brought back with startling grace and wisdom on Plaster Caster, and the beautiful acoustic medley Goin' Blind. The decades of Kiss, their costumes, and their wild stadium shows roll back in a heartbeat through the crashing tune Do You Love Me. Perhaps one of the most bewildering tunes that really reflects the image of Kiss is the rocking blues tune Domino. The crowd is really fired up now, next experiencing the charming and soulful power rock ballad Sure Know Something. A World Without Heroes is very subdued and reflective. Rock Bottom is delicate and mysterious in the opening seconds, with a lush minor harmony delivered picking style on the acoustic. Now it gets rough, expresses Stanley, grooving in a racy blues statement. See You Tonight is a romantic and pretty ballad delivered with sweetness, and the group sings, I'll see you tonight/And if I can't, I'll cry, I'll cry/I see you tonight, outside. Then on comes the darker resonance of the band with I Still Love You, expressing grave longing after a grueling breakup. I got to make you see, is a gripping line in a haunting bridge section, before the shouted, emotional, sometimes painful chorus: Girl, it seems the price I have of losing you/Will be my hell to pay/It makes me want to die/'Cause I still love you. The solo during the bridge is reminiscent of the chord structure of the Guess Who's Undun. After this painful, depressing song, new breath is found with Every Time I Look at You, a song of forgiveness, delivered with sincerity and the feeling of hope: Every time I hold you/The things I never told you seem to come easily/'Cause you're everything to me. The bridge is brilliant and seems to elevate the melody to a gratifying level, before breaking into a chilling guitar improv, layered over with a shimmering string orchestra. Beth is the most heartwarming song of Kiss' power ballads: Beth I know you're lonely/And I hope you'll be alright/'Cause me and the boys will be playing all night. Finally, a Kiss show wouldn't be complete without the ultimate party song, Rock and Roll All Night, a tune still electric without electric guitars.


    - Shawn M. Haney (All Music Guide)

    LP 1
    1. Comin' Home
    2. Plaster Caster
    3. Goin' Blind
    4. Do You Love Me
    5. Domino
    6. Sure Know Something
    7. A World Without Heroes
    8. Rock Bottom


    LP 2
    1. See You Tonight
    2. I Still Love You
    3. Every Time I Look At You
    4. 2,000 Man
    5. Beth
    6. Nothin' To Lose
    7. Rock 'N' Roll All Nite
    8. Got To Choose

    Kiss
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    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
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