This is a 2nd Edition Repress of our exclusive reissue of the 35th Anniversary Deluxe edition of Whitney Houston's self-titled debut. A 2LP box with 180g opaque metallic bronze vinyl and a 40-page hardcover book including liner notes, essays, rare photos, and lyrics. This is the definitive edition of the album, packaged together with the previously Japan-only release Whitney Dancin' Special and AAA-remastered by Ryan Smith at Sterling Sound; every Whitney Houston fan needs this release.
VOL № C19 — December 2018
The late ’60s were a mixed bag for Muddy Waters. A left-turn into psychedelia with his 1968 album, ‘Electric Mud’, had alienated his base. Though it elicited a short-lived sales spree and an enthusiasm among youth culture across the pond in England, Waters didn’t love the feeling that he’d sold out, that he’d abandoned the very sound he’d made popular. In 1969, Waters needed to pivot, and away from the longhairs. He made ‘Fathers and Sons’.
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