Jack White fans will want to pick up the triple LP set The White Stripes Live in Detroit: 1999-2000-2001. Prog rock aficionados will dig Sailors’ Tails, a massive, 27-disc set of studio, live and bonus material from King Crimson’s early ’70s heyday. The Smiths’ relatively small output means that their Queen Is Dead box set should whet appetites, while the Fall’s prodigious output gets some much needed streamlining (while offering up some hard-to-find B-sides) via the three-disc The Fall – Singles 19782016 Box Set Collection. Monaural fans will be delighted by The Rolling Stones in Mono; the 16-LP set collects the band’s 1960s output. Horror fans will drool over the new collection of John Carpenter’s film scores, Anthology: Movie Themes 1974-1998. Finally, the music world was saddened by the recent death of Tom Petty; announced before his passing, The Complete Studio Albums Volumes 1 & 2, collect his work, both with the Heartbreakers and solo, on vinyl.