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Listen to Another Great, Unreleased R.E.M. Cut, “Devil Rides Backwards"

It's taken from the deluxe reissue of 'Automatic for the People,' due out later this month.
Alex Robert Ross
Noisey News

Metallica Are Releasing a Deluxe Reissue of 'Master of Puppets'

Featuring never-before-bootlegged tracks from the band's "personal collection."
Phil Witmer
Noisey News

Britney Spears' '...Baby One More Time’ is Finally Coming Out on Vinyl

Spears' 1999 debut is being printed on pink vinyl for a limited edition run of the classic album.
Noisey Staff

'Event Horizon' Is the Greatest Arthur Russell Album You've Never Heard

The power-pop album showcases an artist not simply finding his voice, but striving to make it stand out from the crowd.
Charles Olafare

Watch Kreator's Slasheriffic New Video for "Pleasure to Kill"

To celebrate the reissue of their iconic first four albums, the Teutonic thrashers pay tribute to gory 80s schlock in a new clip.
B. Williams
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Let's Talk About This 'Space Jam' Soundtrack Vinyl Reissue

"I Believe I Can Fly" is here to save your soul.
Alex Robert Ross

You Won't But You Might: On Elliott Smith’s Suspended, Hopeful 'Either/Or'

A remastered and expanded edition of Smith's third solo album out today; it's a good time to remember the boundless potential that came before the tragedy.
Alex Robert Ross
Remembering Things

'Incesticide' Is Nirvana's Best Record Because It Reveals Their Contradictions

After 15 years, the band's dissonant B-side LP gets a vinyle reissue. We take a look at its genesis and its prescience.
Cam Lindsay
Noisey News

Listen to Unreleased Elliott Smith Song, “I Figured You Out”

Prepare to enter an entire world of tears.
Lauren O'Neill
Noisey News

Listen to R.E.M.’s Long-Unheard “Losing My Religion” Demo

There’s some new lyrics to remind you that, yes, you love R.E.M. and, yes, that’s just fine.
Alex Robert Ross

Even by Late-70s San Francisco Standards, MX-80 Sound Were a Wonderfully Weird Musical Oddity

Stream the reissues of MX-80 Sound's first two albums 'Out of the Tunnel' and 'Crowd Control' and read an interview with vocalist and guitarist Rich Stim.
Tim Scott

A Look Back at Knife In the Water’s 1998 Debut Album 'Plays One Sound and Others'

To celebrate it's release on vinyl for the first time we caught up with guitarist and vocalist Aaron Blount to discuss the album and it's legacy.
Tim Scott