Prodigy, Keep It Thoro

(Picture Disc) As half of the iconic group Mobb Deep, Prodigy (1974-2017) was a key player in New York hip-hop’s mid-1990s renaissance, delivering in-depth, uncompromising verses about life in the Queensbridge projects. Certified Classics honors … Read more >

Elvis Presley, The King In The Ring

(2LP – Individually Numbered – Red Vinyl – First Time on Vinyl) Elvis Presley re-established himself as The King of Rock and Roll with ELVIS, the widely-seen “comeback special” broadcast on NBC at the end … Read more >

Pink Floyd, The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn (Mono)

(LP) The psychedelic debut album by Pink Floyd was their sole album completed with original vocalist/guitarist Syd Barrett and featured the early classic “Interstellar Overdrive.” The original mono version of Pink Floyd’s first LP, named … Read more >

Eddie Murphy, Eddie Murphy: Comedian

(LP) Recorded in Washington, D.C. in the summer of 1983, Saturday Night Live superstar Eddie Murphy’s raucous, no-holds-barred stand-up set tackled family barbecues, ice cream trucks and Reaganomics with the one-of-a-kind energy that quickly established … Read more >

Thelonious Monk, Monk

(LP) Thelonious Monk’s fourth studio album for Columbia Records, released in 1964, featured a sprightly mix of standards (“Just You, Just Me,” “April In Paris”) and originals (“Teo,” a unique arrangement of “Children’s Song (That … Read more >

Johnny Mathis, I Love My Lady

(LP – Clear Smoke Vinyl – First Time on Vinyl) In 1982, Johnny Mathis attempted one of the biggest gambles of his lengthy career: an album of disco-ready funk and bossa nova tracks, written and … Read more >

Living Colour, Live At CBGB’s, 12.19.89

(LP – First Time on Vinyl) Legacy Recordings’ Live From The Vaults series uncovers rare and unreleased concerts on vinyl, featuring classic bootleg-inspired jacket design with unique, artist-specific outer wraps (OBIs)! For the first time … Read more >

Cypress Hill, Black Sunday – Remixes

(12” Single) Celebrate the 25th anniversary of one of the best hip-hop albums of the ‘90s with this newly-compiled stash of rare remixes from Cypress Hill’s breakthrough sophomore album Black Sunday. Includes alternate versions of … Read more >

Circle Jerks, Gig

(LP) Released during a four-year hiatus for the seminal Los Angeles punk band, Gig features live highlights from the group’s tenure on the Combat label during the latter half of the 1980s. Gig is now … Read more >