Fleetwood Mac, Tusk (Deluxe). Misunderstood 36 years ago, now hailed as an influential classic, the Buckingham-Nicks lineup reissues the double album in remastered form in various configurations. The priciest deluxe version includes live tracks from the 1979-80 Tusk Tour, two-LP vinyl set, an alternate version of the album made up of outtakes and a DVD-Audio surround sound mix. Tusk, Sara and Think About Me were the Top 20 hits, but you don’t want to miss Stevie Nicks’ Storms and Beautiful Child or Christine McVie’s Over and Over in spruced-up fidelity.
Bruce Springsteen, The Ties That Bind: The River Collection. Includes 52 tracks on four discs of outtakes, an early version of The River, the original double album, a coffeetable book and Blu-ray discs featuring documentary and live footage.
Coldplay, A Head Full of Dreams. British rock group’s seventh album.
Rick Ross, Black Market.
Never miss a local story.
G-Eazy, When It’s Dark Out.
Troy Sivan, Blue Neighbourhood.
Soundtrack, Cruising. Hydrid SACD numbered and limited edition release of under-the-radar soundtrack to controversial 1980 film. Where else can you hear rock, glam and disco from acts like The Germs, Willy DeVille, John Hiatt and Rough Trade?