Category: JOHN SYKES

BLUE MURDER – Screaming Blue Murder: Dedicated To Phil Lynott [Japan SHM-CD]

BLUE MURDER was without a doubt one of the greatest hard rock acts ever. Of course we featured HERE their 2 first albums, but you need to complete the band’s discography with this “Screaming Blue Murder: Dedicated To Phil Lynott”, the band’s third and final release, initially issued only in Japan. More like a John Sykes solo LP but released...

TYGERS OF PAN TANG – Hellbound Spellbound Live 1981 [Japan Edition] (2019) *EXCLUSIVE*

To be released at the end of January world-wide, in Japan just appeared TYGERS OF PAN TANG limited edition new CD titled “Hellbound Spellbound Live 1981 [Japan Edition]”, captured at the peak of the Tygers’ effervescence. The show was originally recorded live by renowned Chris Tsangarides at Nottingham Rock City in 1981 and was remastered by Søren Andersen (Glenn Hughes,...

BLUE MURDER – Nothin’ But Trouble [Japan SHM-CD +1] *EXCLUSIVE*

BLUE MURDER‘s second album “Nothin’ But Trouble” was requested many times here, and finally we found the very hard to get Japan pressing on high quality SHM-CD, including a worthy bonus track. This super-group took the world by storm in 1989 with their now classic self-titled debut. Following his exile from Whitesnake, all eyes were on guitar virtuoso John Sykes,...

JOHN SYKES – Please Don’t Leave Me [Japan remastered SHM-CD]

Last May, Universal Music Japan has started a reissue series of classic albums on SHM-CD, remastered and with a very affordable price. One of these to get for sure is the much sought after “Please Don’t Leave Me” by the great JOHN SYKES. Composed by future Whitesnake guitarist John Sykes, “Please Don’t Leave Me” was released as single under his...

BLUE MURDER – Blue Murder [Rock Candy remastered]

BLUE MURDER self-titled album not only it’s one of the best appeared in glorious year 1989, but also one of the best remasters ever done by Rock Candy Records specialists. Founded by superb guitarist John Sykes in 1988 after being fired from Whitesnake by David Coverdale, Sykes took the reins of his destiny in his hands. He returned home to...