In The News: Stereophonics, Hiss Golden Messenger, Vessels, Elizabeth And The Catapult, Jessica Lea Mayfield, Mötorhead, ELO And More

On November 3, Stereophonics will release 10th album Scream Above The Sounds via Parlophone … Hiss Golden Messenger returns with Hallelujah Anyhow, out September 22 on Merge … The fourth album by Vessels, The Great Distraction, is out September 29 via Different and features collaborations with the Flaming Lips, John Grant, Vincent Neff (Django Django) and Harkin (Sky Larkin) … Elizabeth And The Catapult‘s Keepsake is out October 20 via Compass … It’s taken only 40 years, but B-52 Cindy Wilson is releasing solo debut Change in November on Kill Rock Stars … Jessica Lea Mayfield‘s Sorry Is Gone is out September 29 via ATO … The final two volumes of Art Pepper‘s West Coast Sessions! will be released by Omnivore on September 29, with volume five featuring Jack Sheldon and volume six featuring Shelly Manne … Adult Swim: Yusuf/Cat Stevens will release The Laughing Apple on September 15 via Cat-O-Log/Decca; the Dead Boys mark the 40th anniversary of debut album Young, Loud And Snotty with a re-recording of it titled Still Snotty: Young, Loud & Snotty At 40!, out September 8 on Plowboy; Flamin’ Groovies return September 22 with Fantastic Plastic (Sonic Kicks/Severn), the first album featuring Cyril Jordan and Chris Wilson in almost four decades; Mötorhead will release Under Cöver—featuring versions of songs by the likes of the Sex Pistols, Ramones, Metallica and Judas Priest—on September 1; Deep Purple‘s A Fire In The Sky (Rhino; September 8) compiles songs from 1968 to 2013 and comes in three formats: single disc, three disc and three LPs (due November 3) … Vinyl Fever: … And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead’s Source Tags & Codes celebrates its 15th anniversary August 11 with an expanded, double-LP version on Interscope/UMe; ELO’s Out Of the Blue marks its 40th anniversary on September 29 with a double-LP, picture-disc edition via Legacy … Gordon, the debut album from Barenaked Ladies, turns 25 this year, so on October 13, Rhino is going to release it on vinyl for the first time as a two-LP set; out now is The Very Best Of Diana Krall, a two-LP, 15-track set on Verve/UMe covering Diana Krall‘s output from 1996 to 2006 … Not Real Gone: Two Ornette Coleman albums, 1969’s Ornette At 12 and 1972’s Crisis, make their CD debut September 8 on one disc via Real Gone Music; that same label, on the same day, is also issuing a two-CD, 30th anniversary edition of He’s The DJ, I’m The Rapper by DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince, as well as Melissa Manchester‘s double-disc Through The Eyes Of Love: The Complete Arista 7″ Singles.