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AnalogPlanet Sept 2021

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Mungo's Hi Fi x Marina P A Scottish Reggae Record
Mungo's Hi Fi is Glasgow's biggest reggae sound system and named after the city's patron saint. You may not be expecting such a thing in the rainswept streets of Scotland's biggest city, but since 2001 Mungo's Hi Fi has been producing reggae music.

Spiritualized's Lazer Guided Melodies Gets Much-Needed Audiophile-Grade Reissue
In February 1991, seminal space rock band Spacemen 3 released their long-delayed swan song, Recurring. During its long recording process, the group's core members J. Spaceman (Jason Pierce) and Sonic Boom (Peter Kember) constantly fought; instead of composing together, Kember and Pierce had their own stylistically different LP sides.

Happier Than Ever Is Billie Eilish's Brilliantly Dark Fame Diary
This July, Billie Eilish released her highly anticipated second LP, Happier Than Ever. After some contention as to who would review this release, AnalogPlanet editor Michael Fremer and contributing editor Malachi Lui agreed to both comment on it.

Review Explosion: Prince, Bleachers, Darkside, Yves Tumor, Abstract Mindstate
The latest in NPG/Legacy's onslaught of archival Prince releases, Welcome 2 America is the first proper, Prince-completed posthumous album product. Recorded in 2010 with bassist Tal Wilkenfeld, drummer Chris Coleman, and keyboardist Morris Hayes, Welcome 2 America is essentially a jam session structured into an LP.

Let It Be Gets Giles Martin Multi-Remix Box Set With Plenty of Extras
As expected, The Beatles' post-break up Let It Be album gets a Giles Martin re-mix and will be available worldwide October 15th 2021 in multiple editions. For the new release Martin and engineer Sam Okell produced stereo, 5.1 surround DTS and Dolby Atmos mixes.

Music Hall Introduces its "Stealth" Direct Drive Turntable
The late and great comedian Jackie Mason once quipped "You know who invented sushi? Not the Japanese! Jews invented sushi! Who else would figure out a way to open a restaurant without having to invest in a kitchen?

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