Iconoclassic Records

Skip to content

Welcome to Iconoclassic Records. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram!

Main Menu

Rock Hard

Jimi Jamison’s previously unreleased 1990 solo album! After leading Survivor to the top of the charts in the mid-’80s with hits like “I Can’t ... continue reading


“Of all the albums I’ve ever made for mine, I think I like Tenderness the best. Because I got the chance to really write ... continue reading

Wild Dogs

Dwight Twilley’s fourth solo album, and sixth release overall, Wild Dogs is a brilliant pop/rock album that never got a fair chance — until ... continue reading

Another Grey Area

Graham Parker’s 1982 album, Another Grey Area, is the pivot point in his remarkable career. While the singer-songwriter is justly famous for the work ... continue reading

Go All the Way

The Isley Brothers kicked off their fourth decade with this Platinum, #1 album originally issued in 1980. Previously unreleased on CD in the U.S., ... continue reading

Broadway’s Closer to Sunset Blvd.

Isley Jasper Isley’s first of three albums, Broadway’s Closer to Sunset Blvd. marked the departure of three members of the Isley Brothers in 1984 ... continue reading

Mother’s Spiritual

Laura Nyro’s ninth album Mother’s Spiritual was the second of her two “maternal” albums (1978’s Nested being the first). Mother’s Spiritual broke a long ... continue reading

Legendary Hearts

Originally released on RCA Records in 1983 as the follow-up to the highly acclaimed The Blue Mask, Legendary Hearts teamed Lou Reed with Robert ... continue reading

New Sensations

Kicked off with “I Love You, Suzanne,” as close as Lou Reed ever came to a straight “pop” song, New Sensations is the most ... continue reading

The Completion Backward Principle

The Tubes’ first album for Capitol/EMI found them paired with up and coming producer and songwriter, David Foster in search of a more commercial ... continue reading