Winter’s fourth album, Shock Treatment, was one of his most popular efforts, reaching #13 on the Billboard Pop Albums chart. It features bandmates Rick Derringer and Dan Hartman on rocking tunes like "Queen of My Dreams" and "River's Risin'."
A founder of the mid-‘70s rockabilly music revival, Robert Gordon recorded his debut album with legendary guitarist Link Wray. Influenced by early rock pioneers such as Gene Vincent and Eddie Cochran, Gordon was hailed as the heir to Elvis Presley.
This album, recorded with the bands original lead singer John Foxx, falls somewhere between punk and new wave. It contains such tracks as ROckWrok and the romantic electronic ballad acclaims by Fans & Critics: Hiroshima Mon Amour. This Deluxe Edition features 6 bonus tracks.
The Age of Plastic is the debut studio album written, produced and performed by British new wave duo The Buggles, which consisted of Trevor Horn and Geoff Downes. With such a big hit like Video killed the Radio Star, this album became a real worldwide success. This Deluxe Edition features 3 bonus tracks.
Supported by a horn section (featuring David Sanborn), this fourth official release is a fantastic mix of jazz, blues and soul. For the first time, lead vocal duties are split among the group, with Butterfield singing three songs, Elvin Bishop singing one, drummer Phillip Wilson on one and bassist Bugsy Maugh… two.
Where Angels Fear To Tread is the 1983 Mink DeVille album that followed Le Chat Bleu. Willie DeVille and his crack band explore the farthest reaches of love’s painful side on such poignant songs as “River of Tears” and “Are You Lonely Tonight?”