In 1973 Roxy Music followed up their debut album with ‘For Your Pleasure’. This time the band were able to spend more time in the studio, resulting in the production values being more elaborate and experimental, Brian Eno’s blend of tape loop effects abundantly apparent on “The Bogus Man” and “Do the Strand” has been called the archetypal Roxy Music anthem. Ascending the charts “For Your Pleasure” would earn Roxy Music a UK No 4 position. Each Roxy Music album has been Re-Issued with a fresh Half-Speed cut by Miles Showell at Abbey Road Studios. London. To reflect the audio, all eight of the Roxy Music studio albums have had their artwork revised and with a gloss laminated finish so that each album is not just a record it’s a piece of art.
Do The Strand
Editions Of You
In Every Dream Home A Heartache
The Bogus man
For Your Pleasure