Ten old friends – expanded, remastered or simply rehabilitated – that delighted us this year. Get the new issue of MOJO, on sale in the UK now, for the full reasoning.
By MOJO Staff
IT’S TIME AGAIN for MOJO’s writers to gather together, shout, argue, confer and sometimes even agree as we present the the Best Albums Of The Year.
Having already presented their verdict on the 50 Best New Albums of 2015, we have switched our attention to this year’s reissues, namely the ten best classics, lost gems, collections and more that have found their way onto the shelves in new, often expanded and/or remastered, guises.
You can whirl through our choices below, or get the new issue of MOJO magazine (January 2016 / #266) for an in-depth take, including interviews with some of the year’s iconic figures plus a free Best Of 2015 CD that features tracks from 2015’s greatest new albums, including music by New Order, Julia Holter, Sufjan Stevens, Father John Misty, Matthew E White and more.
And if you can’t spot your favourite among the list, then by all means berate the hell out of us via our Twitter or Facebook.
MOJO’s 10 Best Reissues Of 2015
10. Bob Dylan – The Cutting Edge
Start with: Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window? Take 1 (audio)