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I Had The Blues But I Shook Them Loose: Live At Brixton
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I Had The Blues But I Shook Them Loose: Live At Brixton
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Cat: 352999 8. Rel: 11 Dec 20
 
Indie
coming soon $20.80
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I Had The Blues But I Shook Them Loose: Live At Brixton
I Had The Blues But I Shook Them Loose: Live At Brixton (limited gatefold 180 gram vinyl 2xLP)
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Cat: 352999 9. Rel: 11 Dec 20
 
Indie
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Everything Else Has Gone Wrong
Cat: 082759 6. Rel: 17 Jan 20
Indie
  1. Get Up
  2. Is It Real
  3. Everything Else Has Gone Wrong
  4. I Can Hardly Speak
  5. Good Day
  6. Eat, Sleep, Wake (Nothing But You)
  7. I Worry Bout You
  8. People People
  9. Do You Feel Loved?
  10. Let You Go
  11. Racing Stripes
Review: Don't worry, BBC fans, the title here should definitely be considered as a reference to everything other than this album. Sweeping as that is, the outfit have spent six years considering their future, going on "indefinite hiatus" following 2014's astonishing "So Long, See You Tomorrow", and offering excellent solo bits, only to return with work that's both fresh and reassuringly familiar. By now you're probably familiar with "Eat, Sleep, Wake (Nothing But You)", which forsakes the soft-edges of that preceding, sample-heavy record in favour of something more in keeping with earlier, more "live sounding" fare. There's plenty more here along those lines, not least "I Can Hardly Speak" and the title number itself. Efforts like "Let You Go" rely on glitchy electronics for impact, instrumentation that sounds cast in vivid moonlight abounds on "People People", while "Get Up" is a sultry, sax-filled anthem. This is indeed how you stage a comeback.
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 in stock $8.60
Everything Else Has Gone Wrong
Everything Else Has Gone Wrong (limited gatefold heavyweight vinyl 2xLP + poster)
Cat: 082760 1. Rel: 17 Jan 20
Indie
  1. Get Up (2:31)
  2. Is It Real (3:03)
  3. Everything Else Has Gone Wrong (4:09)
  4. I Can Hardly Speak (3:59)
  5. Good Day (3:48)
  6. Eat, Sleep, Wake (Nothing But You) (3:40)
  7. I Worry Bout You (3:41)
  8. People People (3:28)
  9. Do You Feel Loved? (4:23)
  10. Let You Go (4:47)
  11. Racing Stripes (4:09)
Review: Don't worry, BBC fans, the title here should definitely be considered as a reference to everything other than this album. Sweeping as that is, the outfit have spent six years considering their future, going on "indefinite hiatus" following 2014's astonishing "So Long, See You Tomorrow", and offering excellent solo bits, only to return with work that's both fresh and reassuringly familiar. By now you're probably familiar with "Eat, Sleep, Wake (Nothing But You)", which forsakes the soft-edges of that preceding, sample-heavy record in favour of something more in keeping with earlier, more "live sounding" fare. There's plenty more here along those lines, not least "I Can Hardly Speak" and the title number itself. Efforts like "Let You Go" rely on glitchy electronics for impact, instrumentation that sounds cast in vivid moonlight abounds on "People People", while "Get Up" is a sultry, sax-filled anthem. This is indeed how you stage a comeback.
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 in stock $26.60
Everything Else Has Gone Wrong
Everything Else Has Gone Wrong (LP + poster + insert)
Cat: 082759 9. Rel: 17 Jan 20
Indie
  1. Get Up (2:35)
  2. Is It Real (3:07)
  3. Everything Else Has Gone Wrong (4:10)
  4. I Can Hardly Speak (4:00)
  5. Good Day (3:50)
  6. Eat, Sleep, Wake (Nothing But You) (3:39)
  7. I Worry Bout You (3:41)
  8. People People (3:27)
  9. Do You Feel Loved? (4:22)
  10. Let You Go (4:45)
  11. Racing Stripes (4:07)
Review: Don't worry, BBC fans, the title here should definitely be considered as a reference to everything other than this album. Sweeping as that is, the outfit have spent six years considering their future, going on "indefinite hiatus" following 2014's astonishing "So Long, See You Tomorrow", and offering excellent solo bits, only to return with work that's both fresh and reassuringly familiar. By now you're probably familiar with "Eat, Sleep, Wake (Nothing But You)", which forsakes the soft-edges of that preceding, sample-heavy record in favour of something more in keeping with earlier, more "live sounding" fare. There's plenty more here along those lines, not least "I Can Hardly Speak" and the title number itself. Efforts like "Let You Go" rely on glitchy electronics for impact, instrumentation that sounds cast in vivid moonlight abounds on "People People", while "Get Up" is a sultry, sax-filled anthem. This is indeed how you stage a comeback.
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 in stock $19.68
So Long See You Tomorrow
Cat: 376227 2. Rel: 30 Jan 14
Indie
  1. Overdone
  2. It's Alright Now
  3. Carry Me
  4. Home By Now
  5. Whenever, Wherever
  6. Luna
  7. Eyes Off You
  8. Feel
  9. Come To
  10. So Long, See You Tomorrow
 in stock $16.07
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