2Pac - Until The End of Time
Until the End of Time is the seventh studio album, and third posthumous release by rapper 2Pac. The album consists of material recorded while the rapper was on Death Row Records from 1995 to 1996. The album debuted at number one on the US Billboard 200 chart, selling 426,870 copies in its first week. This marks the first time the record has been reissued, since the original release in 2001. The package is being released in a 4LP with standard black vinyl.
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Descendents - 9th & Walnut
One of my favorite bands in the world, Descendents, return with a new album featuring the original lineup from the very beginnings of the band. In 2002, the original four-piece lineup - Frank Navetta, Tony Lombardo, Bill Stevenson, and Milo Aukerman - got back into the studio to finally record their first-ever songs. The songs were written by the band from 1977 through 1980, before recording the Fat EP (1981) and the Milo Goes to College LP (1982). Put simply, this is the Descendents' earliest material, representing a "lost" pre-MGTC album. Most of these songs have not been heard-until now.
Mudhoney - Every Good Boy Deserves Fudge (30th Anniversary)
The second album from Mudhoney, Every Good Boy Deserves Fudge, blasted out of the gate in 1991 and said that Mudhoney was here to stay. Eschewing the standard conventions of Grunge, EGBDF chartered its own ear splitting path and made a lasting impression on the seattle music scene. This 30th anniversary edition, remastered by Bob Weston at Chicago Mastering Service, stands as testimony to the creative surge that drove them in this period. The album sessions yielded a clutch of material that would subsequently appear on B-sides, compilations, and split-singles. This edition includes all those tracks, and a slew of previously unreleased songs, including the entire five-track Music Source session.*Order EGBDF here*
Paul McCartney - McCartney III Imagined
Hailed upon its release last year as "vital and comfortable taking new chances" (Rolling Stone), Paul McCartney's McCartney III is moving into the future with McCartney III Imagined. Curated by Paul, it features an A-list assortment of friends reimagining their favorite McCartney III moments. The result is a kaleidoscopic reinterpretation that serves as an extension of the original album while standing on its own in his discography. For McCartney III Imagined, McCartney enlisted numerous collaborators to remix and perform songs from the album, including Beck, Dominic Fike, Khruangbin, St. Vincent, Dev Hynes, Phoebe Bridgers, Ed O'Brien, Damon Albarn, Josh Homme, Anderson .Paak, Robert Del Naja, and Idris Elba,