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Alice Cooper – Welcome To My Nightmare – Analogue Productions Atlantic 75 Series Hybrid Stereo SACD

£45.00
Available to Pre-Order
1975 was a banner year for superstar Alice Cooper with the release of the groundbreaking concept album Welcome To My Nightmare. This album showcases Cooper’s theatricality, storytelling prowess, and ability to create an immersive world of horror and fantasy.

Harry Nilsson – Son of Schmilsson – MoFi Numbered Ltd Edition Hybrid Stereo SACD

£42.00
All MoFI SACD's will play in a standard CD player
NOW AVAILABLE
Son of Schmilsson Endures as a Work of Defiant Genius, Ego-Grounding Facetiousness, and Raucous Fun: Madcap Harry Nilsson Record Bridges Humour and Seriousness, Includes “You’re Breakin’ My Heart” and “Remember (Christmas)”

Joan Armatrading – Analogue Productions Hybrid Stereo SACD

£39.95
Joan Armatrading’s 1976 self-titled classic on Hybrid Stereo SACD! 100% analog mastering from real analog tapes! Mastered by Kevin Gray at CoHearent Audio direct to DSD from analog tape Housed in a super jewel box “One of the finest talents I have ever had the good fortune to work with …”  — Producer Glyn Johns “… her voice is ageless, her powers are undiminished.” — The Guardian
 

Otis Redding – The Dock Of The Bay – Analogue Productions Atlantic 75 Series Hybrid Stereo SACD

£45.00
Available To Pre-Order
The guts of the story are this: While on tour with the Bar-Kays in August 1967, Otis Redding’s popularity was rising, and he was inundated with fans at his hotel in downtown San Francisco. Looking for a retreat, he accepted rock concert impresario Bill Graham’s offer to stay at his houseboat at Waldo Point in Sausalito, California. Inspired, Redding started writing the lines, “Sittin’ in the morning sun, I’ll be sittin’ when the evening comes” and the first verse of a song, under the abbreviated title “Dock of the Bay.”

Pink Floyd – The Dark Side Of The Moon – Analogue Productions Hybrid Multichannel SACD

£55.00
NOW IN STOCK  This is a big one! This is likely to go out of print VERY quickly, much like ‘Wish You Were Here’, so please order wisely and get your orders in before it's too late. A multitrack masterpiece. Mixed for 5.1 surround sound and stereo from the original analog master tapes by Pink Floyd Producer/Engineer James Guthrie Rolling Stone 500 Greatest Albums List — Rated 43/500 Another classic Pink Floyd title receives the multichannel reissue treatment and Acoustic Sounds and Analogue Productions is once again proud to handle exclusive distribution of this monumental SACD. How lucky we all are to hear this legendary studio recording realize its full potential. The SACD also of course includes a stunning stereo mix. And as this is a hybrid disc, the album is of course also playable on a standard CD player.

Pink Floyd – Wish You Were Here – Analogue Productions Hybrid Multichannel SACD

£55.00
Easily The Biggest SACD Title in The Analogue Productions Catalog!
A multitrack masterpiece. Mixed for 5.1 surround sound and stereo from the original analog master tapes by Pink Floyd Producer/Engineer James Guthrie
"Back in the quad era, if any band actually delivered worthwhile use of the enveloping experience surround sound offered, it was Pink Floyd. With SACD, we can now have it in true, discrete form, instead of messing about with barely workable quadraphonic vinyl, and while this isn't the first time it's been reissued in a multichannel digital format, this is the best-sounding version I have ever heard. 'Welcome To The Machine' is so massive that I had to switch off the subwoofer and listen in 5.0 for fear of destabilizing the recent underpinning to our home. Along with Dark Side Of The Moon, this is one of the band's most potent releases, presented here with respect." — Sound Quality: 90% — Ken Kessler, Hi Fi News, May 2019
One of the biggest SACD reissues in the history of the format — back in print
 

Steely Dan – Aja – Analogue Productions Hybrid Stereo SACD

£49.95
A record by Elvis, produced in Tennessee. What’s so special about that? Surely everyone knows that the King sobbed his early songs into the local radio microphones. But From Elvis in Memphis is far more than just one of around 40 albums which he produced during the course of 35 years. “This marks what is probably the most impressive comeback in the entire history of pop music,” enthused the normally reticent New York Times.