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START YOUR EAR OF RIGHT

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17 titles from some of the most revered acts in music including Bad Company, The Cars, Devo, Grateful Dead, The Monkees, The Replacements, and Velvet Underground, many of them limited editions. Seeking to enliven “a barren wasteland in the world of new music releases,” Rhino has unveiled the “Start Your Ear Off Right” campaign, which will see a slew of reissues arriving on Jan. 19 from a long list of acts that includes Bad Company, the Cars, the Greatful  Dead, Devo and the Monkees. There are 17 titles in all, most of them vinyl and quite a few limited-edition — and they’ll be available exclusively at participating physical record outlets. Classic-rock releases include a two-LP Bad Company best-of, a limited-edition blue vinyl reissue of the Cars’ debut and Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles, CA 11/10/67, a three-LP vinyl set from the Dead archives that serves as the first breakout release from the band’s massive 30 Trips Around the Sun boxed set. Also among ...

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BLACK SABBATH – DELUXE REISSUES

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In January, Black Sabbath will make its triumphant return to North America to launch their highly anticipated “The End” final tour. That same month, the greatest metal band of all time will also release deluxe editions of its first three studio albums – Black Sabbath, Paranoid, Master of Reality. Each deluxe edition includes the 2012 remaster of the original album along with a second disc of outtakes that are previously unreleased in North America. All three albums will available January 22 as 2-CD and 2-LP sets. Ozzy Osbourne, Tony Iommi, Geezer Butler and Bill Ward made their debut as Black Sabbath in 1970 with the band’s self-titled album. The new deluxe edition of Black Sabbath includes studio outtakes from the 1969 sessions for the album, including alternate versions of “Black Sabbath” and “N.I.B.,” as well two versions of the UK single “Evil Woman (Don’t Play Games With Me).”  The same year that Sabbath’s debut arrived, the band released its follow-up Paranoid. This metal masterpiece has gone on to ...

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MEGADETH – DYSTOPIA

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MEGADETH – DYSTOPIA

Megadeth storm back onto the scene with their 15th studio album, Dystopia. With musical architect and band visionary Dave Mustaine at the helm, Dystopia was recorded in Nashville, TN, and mixed by Josh Wilbur (Lamb of God, Gojira, Avenged Sevenfold.) Featuring 11 brand new tracks, Dystopia weaves together Dave Mustaine's intricate and unique songwriting style, trademark leads and lightning riffs, paying homage to Megadeth's influential roots while continuing to break new and heavy ground.

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2016 GRAMMY NOMINEES

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2016 GRAMMY NOMINEES

Celebrate Music’s Biggest Night of the Year With the 2016 Grammy Nominees Album Featuring some of the world’s biggest names in music! The 2016 Grammy Nominees album will feature artists from the main categories and comprised of the “biggest songs of music’s biggest night”   The awards will be held on Sunday, February 15th at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.

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COASTS – COASTS

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COASTS – COASTS

Named Zane Lowe’s Hottest Record on BBC Radio 1, Coasts announced their self‐titled debut album will be available January 22. To add to Coasts’ enviable list of accomplishments, AV Club hails “If you had genetically engineered a rock band to be the ultimate arena‐ready ensemble, you couldn’t get closer to the ideal type than Coasts. The band cannily melds anthemic mid‐’90s alt‐rock with the bombast of U2, but set to the pulsing beats of a New Order‐meets‐Britpop rhythm.” Produced by Mike Spencer (Rudimental), Mark Crew (Bastille), Elliot James (Two Door Cinema Club), Fraser T. Smith (Adele, Sam Smith), Duncan Mills (Jake Bugg) and James Rushent of Does It Offend You, Yeah?, the album is an anthemic collection of towering hooks, huge summer grooves and emotive lyrics which are infused with a visceral energy inspired by their shared love of dance music. Named as the One To Watch, Coasts is made up of Chris (vocals), Liam (guitar), James (bass), David ...

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EVA CASSIDY – THE BEST OF

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EVA CASSIDY – THE BEST...

The Eva Cassidy’ catalog has sold over 10 million units worldwide 3 posthumous #1 albums in UK: Songbird, Imagine, American Tune Eva Cassidy Nightline program ran 5 times. TRACK LISTING: You Take My Breath Away (previously unreleased track) Kathy’s Song Songbird What A Wonderful World Wade In The Water Ain’t No Sunshine Time After Time Autumn Leaves I Can Only Be Me Fields Of Gold It Doesn’t Matter Anymore Imagine Over The Rainbow True Colors Danny Boy People Get Ready Anniversary Song Early Morning Rain I Know You By Heart Tall Trees In Georgia

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DAUGHTER – NOT TO DISAPPEAR

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Daughter is the London‐based trio consisting of Elena Tonra (vocals, guitar), Swiss‐born Igor Haefeli (guitar) and French native Remi Aguilella (drums). Starting life in 2010, they released two EPs His Young Heart and The Wild Youth before signing to Glassnote Records in 2012. In their short career, Daughter have gained a loyal fanbase, playing to sold‐out venues around the world. Their first album, the silver selling If You Leave, released in 2013, debuted in the Top 20 of the UK album chart and received praise from the likes of NPR, Interview Magazine, Nylon and more. "Elena Tonra’s masterfully somber lyrics and vocals dress the track in melancholy colors typical of Daughter: a wistful venture into dark, moody dream‐pop" ‐ Stereogum  

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PANIC! AT THE DISCO – Death of a Bachelor

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Produced by Jake Sinclair (Taylor Swift, Fall Out Boy), DEATH OF A BACHELOR marks the first release from Panic! At The Disco in nearly two years, following 2013’s acclaimed TOO WEIRD TO LIVE, TOO RARE TO DIE! Released in 2005, Panic! At The Disco’s debut, A FEVER YOU CAN’T SWEAT OUT remains one of the biggest selling debuts in Fueled By Ramen history. Singles like the smash, “I Write Sins Not Tragedies,” earned the band international acclamation and a fervent fan following around the globe, also receiving a number of major honors including multiple Grammy® nominations and the prestigious MTV Video Music Awards “Video of the Year” prize for the “I Write Sins Not Tragedies” video. Panic! At The Disco’s acclaimed second album, PRETTY. ODD. arrived in The album’s popular success was matched by a wave of critical applause, with NME declaring it “a victory for artistic ambition over cynical careerism, one of the feel-good psych-pop albums of the year.” They returned three years later ...

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CELTIC WOMAN – DESTINY

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CELTIC WOMAN – DESTINY

CD/DVD/BLU-RAY The multi‐platinum Irish music sensation – Celtic Woman – have sold over 8 MILLION albums around the world and performed to over 3 MILLION fans in 26 countries. They’ve been named Billboard Magazine’s #1 World Music Act 8 times in the past 10 years, spending a remarkable 112 weeks in the #1 chart position! The group have amassed a huge following for their fantastic live performance, bringing a contemporary musical edge to both new songs and cherished favorites. Destiny DVD/Blu‐Ray, which was filmed in Dublin, Ireland at The Round Room at The Mansion House, the historic home of The Lord Mayor of Dublin and will begin airing in December on Public Television stations across the US.

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BRANDON WOLFE SCOTT – THE POSTCARD WRITER

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Over the past five years on the road as one third of Yukon Blonde, Brandon Wolfe Scott penned notebooks full of playful newcountry ditties, purely for fun – writing songs under an alter ego named Dusty Summers. With the band on break between albums and for the first time not touring in 2014, Scott found himself revisiting those old notebooks and connecting with lyrics that he had once considered “a joke”. “I ended up really loving some of the songs, such as Postcard Writer. So I decided to salvage them in a way that was more me, you know drop the low country voice that I was putting on and play them more like how I normally would. They were just nice songs, so I reworked the lyrics to make them sound less hokey and more meaningful.” Touring internationally and receiving a long list of accolades (including a Juno Nomination, Two Polaris Prize Nominations and a SiriusXM Indie ...

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