KISS seems to be planning a revitalization of Destroyer (as earlier indicated by Gene Simmons) as a 2CD Deluxe Edition, and an LP pressing.  The set is expected to include outtakes, and B-sides, as well as the complete original platinum selling album.  The new set is being referred to as Destroyer -Resurrected and will street on August 21.  Other KISS news includes the upcoming Monster album, which is being slated for release on October 16.

Verve Records have a Diana Krall album on the calendar for September 25.  The album is called Glad Rag Doll.

Fuel Records will issue a ‘best of’ featuring the music of George “Wild Child” Butler, which is called being called Greatest Hits.

Here we bloody go:  Verve Forecast has set September 25 as the date for “new” Rod Stewart.  The new album is, sadly, Merry Christmas Baby.  I apologize to Faces fans everywhere.

A & M Records plan a nice VA collection called A&M 50: The Anniversary Collection, slated for August 28.

Atlantic Records will release the self-titled album by The Sheepdogs in both CD, and 180g LP (with bonus CD) on September 4.

Warner Bros Records will run a small repress of Californication by Red Hot Chili Peppers on 180g 2LP with a planned release date of September 4.

Warner Brothers plan an experimental short run of Control from The Indecent on September 11 with introductory pricing ($6.98).

Interscope Records plan Night Visions from Imagine Dragons on September 4.

Legacy and Epic Records will release a massive 25th Anniversary Edition for Bad by Michael Jackson in a 3CD/1DVD package scheduled for September 18 Box set.

Astralwerks plan to release Elysium from Pet Shop Boys on September 18.

Four by Bloc Party is planned for CD, Deluxe Edition CD, and Limited Edition vinyl LP on August 21.

Warp Records will release Shields by Grizzly Bear on September 18, on CD, and vinyl LP.

Sixpence Records will release new Sixpence None The Richer  with Lost In Transition on August 7.

On August 7, Audio Fidelity will reissue my favorite Ten Years After album, Rock And Roll Music To The World.  I’m in!

[Note]: I know I’ve been a little slack with postings lately, however, with getting the LA house ready for a quick (I hope!) sale, and a planned move back to IL, things have been maniacally hectic ’round here.  Once things settle, I’ll get back to normal.  Keep The Faith!

By MARowe

2 thoughts on “TAPSheet: Release Notes – 07/16/2012 (US Report)”
  1. I don’t remember you announcing this Matt….

    The first comes from Green Day, which releases an album of power pop, ¡Uno!, Sept 25. (The record is the first in a trilogy; the others arrive Nov. 13 and Jan. 15.)

  2. My days of rabid KISS fanddom passed about the time I turned 15 but I’d be interested in hearing some outtakes from the “Destroyer” sessions as well as the sessions from the “Rock And Roll Over” and “Love Gun”. IMHO that was their peak period with their three best albums all released over a about a 15 month period. Given that they had 3 albums so quickly I’m going to bet there was not a lot of unused songs but I bet there are some interesting demos.

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