Jun 21


Cult Legends is ringing in summer with six new titles to hit your turntables!

As per usual: nothing but iconic artists captured at their peak performance. Take for instance David Bowie saying goodbye to Ziggy Stardust, or Eric Clapton excelling in showcasing his favourite blues songs. And then there’s The Runaways, who have fans ready to rock to their girl power anthems.

Timing is everything.
With the highly enticipated release of the biopic ‘ELVIS’ this friday, Elvis Presley will reach a whole new generation. Also prepare for people to re-discover The Sex Pistols with the new miniseries ‘Pistol’, so stock up on your new releases!

David Bowie – Tokyo FM 1990


David Bowie was a leading figure in the music industry and is often considered to be one of the most influential musicians of the 20th century, acclaimed by critics and fellow musicians. Taking his album Sound + Vision on a world tour he claimed that he would retire his Ziggy Stardust characters after the tour. This results in him playing all the classics in an exhilarating set from ‘Rebel Rebel’ to ‘Heroes’ to ‘Fame’. An unforgettable experience!

EAN LP: 8717662586651
ART. NR.: CL86651

Sex Pistols – Agents of Anarchy


Sex Pistols turned punk into a global cultural phenomenon. Their music was filled with a power and aggression that was unheard of in the 70’s with vocalist Johnny Rotten leaving all glamour behind and presenting a sound and an image that would inspire many generations. ‘God Save the Queen’ was banned not only by the BBC but also by nearly every independent radio station, making it the “most heavily censored record in British history”. Ofcourse it is included on this record!

EAN LP: 8717662586675
ART. NR.: CL86675

The Runaways – The Agora Cleveland 1976


Their ‘Cherry Bomb’ hit the world in 1976 and still considered the ultimate rebel-girl anthem. This group of teen girls were dismissed as a marketing stunt in the early days, but
The Runaways have grown in stature over the years as the first all-female band known to play loud, straight-up, guitar-driven rock & roll. They paved the way for female artists to rock as hard as the boys. After their 1979 break-up guitarist Lita Ford had a successful glam metal solo career, while Joan Jett became a superstar, singing her many hit songs all over the world to this day.

EAN LP: 8717662586699
ART. NR.: CL86699

Eric Clapton – The Forum 1994


Eric Clapton made the mould for the ultimate ‘guitar hero’ since the sixties when he was part of the Yardbirds, John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers, Cream and Derek & the Dominos. When he went solo his legendary status only grew. This is Eric Clapton reconnected with his blues roots. This recording follows the release of his first all-blues album ‘From the Cradle’ with new versions of old blues standards, highlighted by Claptons electric guitar playing.

EAN LP: 8717662586637
ART. NR.: CL86637

Elvis Presley – Songs from the Movies


Elvis Presley – Songs from the Movies is a studio recording, a whole new collection curated by Cult Legends with the best songs from Elvis’ legendary Hollywood career including: ‘Jailhouse Rock’, ‘(Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear’ and ‘Blue Suede Shoes’.

EAN LP: 8717662586262
ART. NR.: CL86262

Prince & The Revolution – Syracuse 1985 part 2


Prince & The Revolution – Syracuse 1985 part 1 was already in stock, but now part 2 is also available, only at Cult Legends. Complete your collection with this unique set on high quality 180 gr. vinyl. Accompanied by The Revolution, Prince plays all the hits: ‘Let’s Go Crazy’, ‘1999’, ‘When Doves Cry’, ‘I Would Die 4 U’ and ofcourse: ‘Purple Rain’’, which during this legendary live show is stretched out to almost 18 minutes, filled with lengthy guitar solos by the iconic performer.

EAN LP: 8717662585388
ART. NR.: CL85388