Hip-O Select will release the Expanded Edition of Trouble Man, the perfect 1972 soundtrack to the film as done up by the master, Marvin Gaye.  It is on the calendar for November 13.  I am so there!

On December 4, Elektra Records will reissue Forever Changes (1967), the Love album, on 180g vinyl LP.  For LP fans (and Love fans), this is indeed good news.  Any chance that I get to upgrade a favorite LP in 180g vinyl, I do it.

While we’re discussing vinyl, Warner has LIVING THINGS from Linkin Park slated for release in white vinyl LP planned for November 23.

As expected, UMe (?) will release Old School (1964-1974) by Alice Cooper.  Once only available via a website store, the time is now to get your copy if you hadn’t already done so.  Old School is slated for December 4.

Reprise has tagged November 23 as the date for the vinyl issue of the new Neil Young and Crazy Horse album, Psychedelic Pill.  It is planned as a 3LP, 180g set.

Big Beat Records will re-release Bangarang (2011), Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites (2010), and More Monsters and Nice Sprites (2011), all EPs from the noted electronica artist, Skrillex.  They are scheduled to be released in 180g vinyl on November 23.  All vinyl EPs will come with download-rights card.

Columbia and Legacy Recordings will release The Okeh, Columbia, and RCA Victor Recordings (1925-1933) in a 10CD Boxed set and planned for November 6 featuring the music of Louis Armstrong.

Real Gone Music will release Have A Marijuana (1968) from David Peel and The Lower East Side on October 30.

Zappa Records have place Mothermania on the release list scheduling the CD for October 30.

Epic Records and Legacy Recordings will release The Essential Incubus on October 30.

Legacy Recordings have The Essential Jefferson Airplane/Jefferson Starship/Starship scheduled for October 30.

Columbia Records have Glad All Over by The Wallflowers scheduled for October 9 (In case you didn’t know).

Reprise Records will issue a 7″ vinyl disc for My Chemical Romance of Conventional Weapons series, “Number Two”.  The single will be pressed in red vinyl, and will be released on November 23.  The Conventional Weapons Release 01 of “Boy Division” b/w “Tomorrow’s Money” is scheduled for October 30 in 7″ single pressed on transparent orange vinyl.

Warner Brothers will reissue Fleetwood Mac‘s Tusk album in 180g, 2LP form replicating its original release.  It is slated for November 23.

Universal Republic has Welcome To the Freak Show by Hinder slated for release on November 13.

Geffen Records will release Live at Hull 1970 featuring The Who, on November 6.

Savoy Records plan Fire It Up by Joe Cocker on November 13.

Absolutely no one is surprised to hear this by now but I’ll state it anyway.  On November 19, Atlantic Records will release multiple configurations of Celebration Day, the containers of the Led Zeppelin reunion in 2007 (December 10).  Don’t know why it took so long but here it comes.  To be released in 2CD (softpak), BD, Deluxe 2CD with BD and DVD (Digipak in slipcase), BD with 2CD (amaray-sized digipak), DVD with 2CD (amaray-sized digipak), and a smaller set with 2CD/1DVD digipak.

Roadrunner Records will release a 2CD (untitled) album from Machine Head on November 13.

Reprise Records have Koi No Yokan from Deftones, and ¡Dos! from Green Day, both planned for November 13.

Roadrunner Records have Before Turning The Gun On Himself… by Doug Stanhope scheduled for November 6 in a CD/DVD Special Edition.  Comedy does well sometimes.

Columbia & Legacy plan the release of Complete Sussex and Columbia Album Masters featuring the music of Bill Withers.  The 9CD Box is slated for November 6.