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Futurama
Review by Gary Hill

This is an expanded and classy reissue of Be-Bop Deluxe's 1975 album Futurama. The disc was aptly titled as the sound was really futuristic in a lot of ways.


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Modern Music: Deluxe Edition
Review by Gary Hill

This new double-disc collection brings us the original mix of a classic Be-bop Deluxe album along with a new mix.


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Sunburnt Finish
Review by Gary Hill

This is a brand new two-CD edition of Be-Bop Deluxe's Sunburnt Finish album. The first CD is a new master of the original album.


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Bill Nelson - Bill Nelson’s Orchestra Arcana – Optimism
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I like pretty much everything I’ve ever heard from Bill Nelson.

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Bill Nelson - Chance Encounters in the Garden of Lights
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One always expects something special when you play an album from Bill Nelson. This double CD set is no exception there.


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Bill Nelson - Dreamy Screens (Soundtracks from the Echo Observatory)
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This box set houses three CDs from Bill Nelson. Two of the albums were recorded as soundtracks.


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Bill Nelson - Live at Metropolis Studios London
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For some reason when I looked at the name, I figured this was going to be an oldies set, you know 1950s music done by one of the originators.

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Bill Nelson - My Secret Studio (Vol. 1)
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This collection is literally made up of studio sketches. Bill Nelson spent a period of several years working on song ideas for a band he was looking to assemble.

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