Greg Lake | Magical – Box Set Review

Greg Lake’s Magical is a well-deserved career-spanning 91-track, seven-CD set. Like Lake’s band mate Keith Emerson and the Variations, we get all the solo albums, plus some tasty rare gems...

Yes | The Yes Album (Super Deluxe Edition) – Box Set Review

Now that Dolby Atmos is all the rage for audiophiles, it only makes sense to add that to a list of other remixes, ripe and ready to package with...

John Wetton | An Extraordinary Life – Box Set Review

Dearly departed John Wetton surely warrants a sprawling solo career retrospective…and he gets it with an eight-CD boxset called An Extraordinary Life. Although the bassist, vocalist, and songwriter played with...

Nektar | Remember The Future (50th Anniversary Edition) – Box Set Review

Released in 1973, Nektar gave the world their two-part concept album Remember The Future. Charting in Germany and reaching number thirteen on the US Billboard charts, the band’s fourth...

Keith Emerson | Variations – Box Set Review

Across 20 CDs (yes 20!),  we get the sprawling Variations box set, chronicling the career of Keith Emerson. The set is broken up into five sections — Part One:...

Van Halen | The Collection II – Box Set Review

In the early 80s, Van Halen were one of the biggest bands on the planet. Unfortunately, like so many before and since, one of the band’s members — specifically...

Jethro Tull | Broadsword And The Beast (The 40th Anniversary Monster Edition) – Box...

Next up in Jethro Tull’s rotation of classic album boxsets is the 1982 release, Broadsword And The Beast. Much like its predecessor, 1980’s A, the album is heavily keyboard-oriented...

Grateful Dead | Here Comes Sunshine 1973 – Box Set Review

Watch out, it's another live release from the Grateful Dead! Yeah, there’s a regular rotation of the band’s live material bubbling to the surface, though you might want to...

Whitesnake | Still Good To Be Bad – Box Set Review

When Whitesnake broke big in 1987 with their self-titled album and eye-raising videos, it looked like the group had finally arrived. It only took nearly 10 years, various personnel...

Rush | Signals (40th Anniversary Super Deluxe Edition) – Box Set Review

I clearly recall asking “Where’s Alex?” when first spinning Rush’s Signals when it was released in 1982. The ninth studio album from the Canadian trio of Alex Lifeson, Geddy Lee,...