The Warner Music Spain catalog team continues to release new vinyl editions of some classics from their archive. This time it recovers in this format Flamingos, from Bunbury; The man who sold the world, de David Bowie; Nimrod, de Green Day; Anthem of the Sun, de Grateful Dead, Riot!by Paramore and the collective album Pride 2021.
It was Enrique Bunbury’s third solo album, after sound radical Y Small. It was his successful May album up to that point, and had songs that would eventually become classics in his repertoire, like his first single “Lady Blue” or “Get me out of here.” Now it is released on double vinyl with folder gatefold.
–DAVID BOWIE: The man who sold the world
Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the album’s original release, it is reissued on vinyl as a limited edition Picture Disc The man who sold the world, with black and white images from the 1972 reissue.
–GREEN DAY: Nimrod
Standard vinyl version of this Green Day album released on October 14, 1997. It was their fifth studio album and contains the hit “Good riddance (Time of your life)”. The album is characterized by its experimentation and brings folk, surf and ska influences. Double vinyl, one of its sides reproduces an engraving.
–GRAFETUL DEAD: Anthem of the Sun
Remastered vinyl version of this Grateful Dead album released in 1971. An album containing studio and live recorded songs.
Silver vinyl edition of Riot!, Paramore’s second studio album. It is considered one of the best punk pop albums in history. Originally released in June 2007 through the Fueled by Ramen label, it was produced by David Bendeth.
-VARIOUS: Pride 2021
Coinciding with Pride week, a special pink vinyl limited edition of this album is released, titled simply Pride 2021. Part of the proceeds will go to Stonewall to celebrate the liberation and contribution of many artist voices who have inspired and supported generations of the LGBTQ + community. We find in the repertoire iconic songs from artists as diverse as Cher, Chaka Khan, Tina Turner, Lizzo, Dua Lippa, Charli XCX, Janelle Monáe or Geri Halliwell. The cover art has been done by designer and cartoonist Tania Neacsu.