Between heaps of overpriced reissues of LPs still clogging discount bins are some true gems. Robyn’s much-loved Body Talk Vol. 1 gets pressed on vinyl for the first time ever. Five of Missy Elliott’s groundbreaking albums ( Supa Dupa Fly, Da Real World, Miss E… So Addictive, the Cookbook and Under Construction) are back on wax, as are all eight of Rihanna’s studio albums. Trent Reznor is offering “definitive versions” of Nine Inch Nails’ Broken, The Downward Spiral and triple-LP behemoth The Fragile, while Brian Eno’s four “rock” albums ( Here Come the Warm Jets, Taking Tiger Mountain (By Strategy), Another Green World and Before and After Science) are back as limited edition half-speed-master double-LPs. Nineties indie heroes Helium, fronted by Ex Hex’s Mary Timony, see their entire catalogue back in print for the first time in years; so are the first four albums from Tim Kinsella’s experimental emo crew Joan of Arc. Canadian pop punk fans can relive their glory days with Sum 41’ s infectious debut, Half Hour of Power. Before he remade himself as a Nashville-loving cowboy, Daniel Romano fronted Welland, ON punks Attack in Black; their debut, Marriage, is back for its tenth anniversary. And Vancouver’s seminal proto-grunge legends Slow are reissuing their debut Against the Glass for the first time since its original 1986 release. Featuring bonus tracks, liner notes and photos, including shots from the band’s infamous appearance at Expo 86, this is a must-have for any CanRock fan.