Roxy Music (Deluxe Edition)

Roxy Music (Deluxe Edition)

One of the most unprecedented, influential debuts in rock history gets an upgrade as Roxy's 1972 introduction is expanded with a wealth of concert cuts and radio sessions. The band's left-field eclecticism prefigured New Wave and helped kick-start the glam revolution, with Bryan Ferry's campy, aristocratic persona and Brian Eno's electronics blazing new paths in rock. In their live versions, bracing rockers like "Re-Make/Re-Model" bear even more visceral impact than the studio cuts, and the art-rock eccentricities of songs like "Chance Meeting" and "Sea Breezes" are intensified.

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