In 2001 an independent label, "C90", produced a bootleg from Hanoch's White Wedding tour. The album, distributed in 20 numbered copies only under the name "Lavan Shel Hatuna", featured a recording of a concert that took place in "Hadar" theatre in Givataym in January 1982. In 2002, 25 years after the release of Adam Betoch Azmo
, the album was reissued with a bonus song recorded in 2000 with David Broza
. In 2003 Hanoch recorded Or Israeli
with the rock band Monica Sex. Amongst the songs on the album, Ahavat Neuray, Hayom, Rosh Hamemshala and the album's theme song stood out and gained the most recognition.
In 2004 the Yetzia
tour was released as a live album. At the end of that year, a five-disk collection was released summing up Shalom's career up to that point. In the summer of 2005 Hanoch joined Shlomo Artzi, and they went on a tour called Hitchabrut
, which was very successful and was released as a double album and a DVD. Hanoch and Artzi wrote the song Ani RoE Otach especially for the tour.
Ever since 2005 Hanoch has been regularly performing at the Barby club in Tel Aviv with a show called "Hayot Layla" (Night Animals), a name that was given to it because of the late hours of the night in which it takes place. The show was documented and released on DVD in 2009.
In 2008 Hanoch guest starred as himself on the comedy show "Red Band" that deals with the Israeli music industry.
In 2009 Hanoch released the album "Shalom Hanoch", with music production done by Moshe Levi and Eyal Katzav. The singles that preceded the album were Ptuchim Leahava, the protest song Elohim and Omeret Li La'Ad.
In September 2009 Hanoch's song Mehakim LaMashiach won the title "Best Song Of All Time" on "Yedioth Ahronot"'s Rosh Hashana holiday paper, as rated by senior music industry personas.
In 2010 Shalom Hanoch launched a new concert named "Arba Tachanot" (Four Stations), taking a tour through stations in his entire career. The first station was dedicated to the albums "Shablul", "Plastelina" and "Shalom"; The second one to "Adam Betoch Atzmo" and "Sof Onat Hatapuzim"; Third station focused on "Hatuna Levana" and "Al Pney HaAdmaa" and the fourth to "mechakim LaMashiach" and "Rak Ben Adam". These concerts were custom to feature surprise guests such as Ehud Banay, Berry Sakharof, Rita, Aviv Geffen, Tom & Orit Petrober (Hayehudim), Ninet Tayeb, Romi Hanoch, Assaf Amdursky, Dana Berger, Yizhar Ashdot and Keren Peles. The concerts were documented on a live concert album of 4 Cds, as well as on DVD.
- 1970 – Plastelina, פלסטלינה [Plasticine] (with Arik Einstein)
- 1970 – Shablool, שבלול [ Snail ] (with Arik Einstein)
- 1971 – Shalom
- 1977 – Adam Betoch Azmo, אדם בתוך עצמו [A Man Within Himself]
- 1981 – Hatuna Levana, חתונה לבנה [White Wedding]
- 1983 – Al Pnei HaAdama, על פני האדמה [On the Ground's Surface]
- 1985 – Mehakim LeMashiach, מחכים למשיח [Waiting for Mashiach]
- 1988 – Rak Ben Adam, רק בן אדם [Only Human]
- 1991 – BaGilgul Haze, בגלגול הזה [In this [This Time Around]]
- 1992 – Lo Yachol Lishon Achshav, לא יכול לישון עכשיו [Can't Sleep Now]
- 1994 – Alimut, א-לי-מות [Violence]
- 1997 – Erev Erev, ערב ערב [Evening Evening]
- 1999 – Muskat, מוסקט [Muscat] (with Arik Einstein)
- 2002 – Adam Betoch Azmo (25th Anniversary edition)
- 2003 – Or Israeli, אור ישראלי [Israeli Light] (with Monica Sex)
- 2004 – Shablul (Remastered and expanded edition)
- 2009 – "Shalom Hanoch"
- 1969 – HaShlosharim, השלושרים
- 1991 – HaShlosharim (1st CD release)
- 2002 - HaShlosharim (Second CD release)
- 1976 – Sof Onat HaTapuzim, סוף עונת התפוזים [End of the Orange Season]
- 1989 – Sof Onat HaTapuzim (1st CD release)
- 2006 – Sof Onat HaTapuzim (Remastered and expanded edition)
- 1978 – Behofa'a Chaya, בהופעה חיה [Live]
- 1980 – Arik Einstein VeShalom Hanoch Behofa'a, אריק איינשטיין ושלום חנוך בהופעה [Einstein and Hanoch Live]
- 1989 – Shalom Hanoch BeHofa'a – Roman Amiti, שלום חנוך בהופעה – רומן אמיתי [Shalom Hanoch Live – Real Romance]
- 2003 – Yetzia, יציאה [Exit]
- 2005 – Shlomo Artzi VeShalom Hanoch BeKeisaria, שלמה ארצי ושלום חנוך בקיסריה [ Shlomo Artzi and Shalom Hanoch in Caesarea ]
- 2012 – Yetzia 2, יציאה 2 [Exit II]
- 1995 – MiShirei Shalom Hanoch BaShanim 1969–1976
- 2004 – HaKufsa, הקופסא [The Box]
- 2006 – HaMeitav, המיטב [The Best of]
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