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Step On My Travelator: The Imagined Career Trajectory Of Superstar DJ & Dance Pop Producer Melvin Harris
Cat: ZENFC 013LPX. Rel: 17 Nov 22
Step On My Travelator (5:07)
Party Sized Away Day (feat Maria Uzor) (5:03)
Bethlehem Or Bust (feat Cat Rin) (3:33)
Blow Your Speakers (feat Soft Focus) (4:03)
Crashing Cars In Ibiza (feat Maria Uzor) (3:02)
Bad Club Bad Drugs Bad People (4:18)
Elevate (feat Charlotte Kemp Muhl) (9:00)
The Three Rooms Of Nightclub Marilyn (feat Lieselot Elzinga) (2:33)
I Used To Be A DJ In A Club (Now I'm Just A DJ In My Bedroom) (3:15)
My Hats On Fire (feat Hannah Hu & Richard Hawley) (3:28)
Eulogy To A Quiet Life (feat Maxine Peake) (2:28)
Review: Not content with merely being one of the biggest selling indie bands of right now, Yard Act are busy carving themselves a tasty side hustle as A&R men, with their Zen FC label scooping up some of the most exciting other music around as well as their own. This album from Sheffield's long serving synth maverick Adrian Flanagan (Kings Have Long Arms, Eccentronic Research Council, International Teachers Of Pop) is not an obvious choice for the guitar slingers, being closer to electro pop than indie, but it's a compulsive and ingenious listen all the same. Written during lockdown, it follows the rise and fall of an imaginary superstar DJ, each song pushing the narrative along and featuring a plethora of guests, including Richard Hawley and Maxine Peake, both of whom feature at the album's 'comedown' conclusion.
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Girl With No Face
Girl With No Face (limited mustard vinyl LP + poster (indie exclusive))
Cat: 505616 7179160. Rel: 22 Feb 24
Weird World (3:58)
Girl With No Face (4:24)
Off With Her Tits (3:16)
John & Jonathan (4:21)
Galina (4:28)
Hardware/Software (2:27)
Black Eye (4:30)
You Slept On Me (4:12)
Saddest Smile (3:08)
Staying Power (4:10)
Truly Dreams (4:27)
Review: Canadian singer, songwriter and visual artists Allie X - real name Alexandra Ashley Hughes - is a great representative for the resurgent live electro-synth scene. Emerging from the Toronto indie circuit in the mid-2000s, it was a relocation to Los Angeles, a heartland for neon sounds, and early work with producers Circuit and Billboard that first saw an identity begin to form, which is as retro as it is futuristic, picking up scores of fans along the way, including Katie Perry no less. Girl With No Face is her latest long form, and sees the artist again stick her flag confidently in the ground. Tunes bounce, track, soar, step, pump and - at times - fall apart, emotionally speaking, with clear references to the likes of Ladyhawke, Madonna, Kraftwerk, Cocteau Twins and a-Ha, among others. Definitely one to watch, if you're not already.
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 in stock $25.30
Myuthafoo
Cat: LY 003LP. Rel: 27 Jul 23
Memory Leak (1:20)
Math Of You (5:36)
Myuthafoo (7:03)
Alphabet Of Light (6:50)
Sufyosowirl (5:55)
Swirls Of You (5:25)
Review: Italian composer Caterina Barbieri has enjoyed a walloping career so far as a contemporary experimental electronic music composer and producer, in part thanks to her rather mind-melting explorations in computational and generative methods, which have aided her creation of icy, god-playing deconstructed 'scapes. It was hardly expected she'd stop at her Mego debut Ecstatic Computation or the more recent Spirit Exit, though, and now comes the curt six-track statement Myuthafoo. A new effort via Barbieri's own label light-years, this one was actually written at the same time as her debut, and contains an array of modular-modelled sequences in similar fashion, backed up by intensely spiritual augmentations (such as ultra-deep reverb and clever portamentos) on the production end.
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 in stock $22.45
Juan Belda
Juan Belda (limited LP + booklet)
Cat: ABST 023. Rel: 17 Dec 21
Kay (6:52)
La Rosa 64 (3:53)
Ytak (4:13)
Relquiem (3:30)
Bam-Balai (2:35)
Pierrot (4:36)
Outside The World (4:03)
El Espejo (3:45)
 in stock $20.56
The Covenant The Sword & The Arm Of The Lord (reissue) (B-STOCK)
The Covenant The Sword & The Arm Of The Lord (reissue) (B-STOCK) (limited white vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: LCABS 25. Rel: 04 Jan 90
L21ST (4:12)
I Want You (5:30)
Hells Home (3:59)
Kickback (1:32)
The Arm Of The Lord (6:52)
Warm (3:21)
Golden Halos (5:10)
Motion Rotation (3:55)
Whip Blow (4:34)
The Web (5:14)
Review: ***B-STOCK: Sleeve damaged but otherwise in excellent condition***


Borrowing its name from a far right militant organisation dedicated to Christian identity and survivalism, active int he USA in the 1970s and early-80s, The Covenant is a Cabaret Voltaire album in every way, shape and form. Number seven from the band, it landed in 1985 through Some Bizarre Records, a fitting name for the imprint given the contents here, which push the boundaries of synth pop and new wave to the very edge of understanding, while still remaining wholly listenable, danceable, and accessible.

Such was the genius of the late Richard H. Kirk, RIP. Then, as now, this might not be everyone, particularly tracks like the rather haunting and Neo-industrial 'Whip Blow', although fare such as 'Motion Rotation' could easily get any room full of any people onto their feet. Nevertheless, it's testament to just how incredibly creative and bold the Cab Vol vision was. And still is.
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 in stock $22.68
Golden Apples Of The Sun (reissue)
Cat: OBL 06. Rel: 17 Jan 24
Golden Apples Of The Sun (4:30)
Coral Reef (4:44)
Time Lapse (6:46)
Pinwheel (3:55)
Oceanium (7:57)
Rainbow Sequence (4:09)
Sonar (3:15)
Spirit Rock (2:50)
Review: Generations of modular might fold in on themselves as legendary Buchla pioneer Suzanne Ciani patches into accomplished French synthesist Jonathan Fitoussi for this outstanding album on Obliques. The title is clearly a tribute to Morton Subotnick, whose own Silver Apples Of The Moon is a true ground zero for West Coast synth albums and as you might surmise Ciani and Fitoussi opt to create something more shapely and inviting than the wild, brilliantly alien tonal mutations Subotnick conjured up back in the 60s. If you're familiar with either artist's work you won't be disappointed, as exquisitely rendered melodic flourishes, delicate spatial processing and subtle textural shifts unfurl around your ears across these eight beautiful pieces of synth perfection.
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 in stock $28.46
Live Works
Live Works (limited numbered double 12")
Cat: PARCEL 198. Rel: 13 Sep 22
Eller Ghyll (19:02)
Deipkier (19:07)
Slack Sley & Temple (18:53)
Ravelands Brow (18:18)
Review: It's always been hard to pigeonhole the modular and analogue-driven work of mysterious Yorkshire-based producer Craven Faults. Seemingly rooted in the electronic hypnotism of mid-70s Krautrock, but also informed by contemporary techno, the cyclical musical movements of American minimalism, and the cutting-edge experiments of the San Francisco Tape Music Centre, the producer's lengthy epics as are magical as they are mesmerising. Further proof of their majesty arrives via Live Works, a double-pack containing performance recordings of a quartet of catalogue cuts, including one - the gently pulsing, pleasingly atmospherics 'Ravelands Brow' - that has never seen the light of day before. Beguiling and brilliant in equal measure.
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 in stock $33.49
Live At The Hammersmith Odeon In London November 3 1984 BBC (B-STOCK)
Cat: DBQP 57 (B-STOCK). Rel: 09 Mar 22
London BBC Richard Skinner (intro) (1:04)
Something To Do (3:52)
Puppets (3:55)
If You Want (4:55)
People Are People (4:01)
Leave In Silence (4:48)
Somebody (4:42)
Ice Machine (3:57)
Lie To Me (5:04)
Master & Servant (5:17)
Photographic (4:04)
Everything Counts (5:24)
See You (4:06)
 in stock $17.92
Memento Mori
Memento Mori (trifold 180 gram red vinyl 2xLP (side 4 etched) + booklet in debossed sleeve)
Cat: CLBI 878979. Rel: 12 Jun 23
My Cosmos Is Mine (5:14)
Wagging Tongue (3:22)
Ghosts Again (3:59)
Don't Say You Love Me (3:41)
My Favourite Stranger (3:56)
Soul With Me (4:13)
Caroline's Monkey (4:13)
Before We Drown (4:04)
People Are Good (4:20)
Always You (4:18)
Never Let Me Go (4:03)
Speak To Me (4:38)
Review: Depeche Mode's new album Memento Mori is a rather bittersweet one for fans - they are of course happy to hear fresh material from their favour electronic doom mongers, but it is also the last time they will hear music from the group featuring corer member Andrew Fletcher, who suddenly passed away at the start of the sessions. Remaining members Dave Gahan and Martin Gore wondered if they would carry on, but carry on they did. And we're glad they did, as this is one of their best albums in years with darkness abounding. Their progression in their latest years have heard them move into darker, peakier, sadder and more industrial themes while drawing on deathly topoi.
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 in stock $51.94
More Than A Party In Amsterdam: Live 1983 FM Broadcast (B-STOCK)
Everything Counts (5:58)
See You (3:57)
Get The Balance Right (3:12)
Love In Itself (4:48)
Pipeline (5:17)
Photographic (4:10)
Told You So (4:37)
New Life (4:11)
More Than A Party (4:51)
The Meaning Of Love (4:05)
Just Can't Get Enough (5:09)
Review: ***B-STOCK: Sleeve damaged but otherwise in excellent condition***


These excellent live Dutch radio broadcast recordings of Depeche Mode from 1983 are for the first time available here on vinyl. Some of their earliest hits are featured, taken from the British band's first three seminal albums such as Speak & Spell, A Broken Frame and Construction Time Again. Highlights on the A side are the synthpop classics 'Everything Counts' and Get The Balance Right'. While over on the flip there are excellent versions never heard before of 'Told You So', 'New Life' and 'Just Can't Get Enough'.
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 in stock $10.54
World Violation 1990 (B-STOCK)
World Violation 1990 (B-STOCK) (180 gram vinyl LP)
Cat: CL 88013. Rel: 01 Jan 90
Intro (3:22)
Never Let Me Down Again (6:47)
Shake The Disease (5:07)
Master & Servant (3:53)
Personal Jesus (5:43)
Stripped (6:25)
Strange Love (4:36)
Policy Of Truth (4:58)
Enjoy The Silence (7:51)
 in stock $13.17
Your Tears (reissue)
Your Tears (reissue) (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: KOH 001. Rel: 20 Feb 24
Your Tears (5:01)
Dreams (4:31)
 in stock $15.81
Nur Fur Madchen (reissue) (B-STOCK)
Cat: DE 218. Rel: 01 Jan 90
Computer-Madchen
Madchen (Lass Das Sein!)
Mein Ding
Wir Tanzen
Video King
Ich Mocht Ich War 1 Millionar
50 Jahr, Blondes Haar
Gangster Tscha Tscha
Spieglein, Spieglein
Gletscher
Review: ***B-STOCK: Creasing to corner of outer sleeve but otherwise in excellent condition***


El Deux is the Swiss electro-pop trio of Gutze Gautschi (guitar, vocals), Steno Onetz (bass), Martin Kraft (vocals, drum machine). Formed circa 1981 in Aarau by Gutze and Steno who played together in punk/New Wave band Fresh Color aka Frische Farbe featuring a pre-Yello Dieter Meier. Gutze's minimal electronic compositions did not fit the concept of Fresh Color, so they formed a new project with their live mixer, Martin Kraft, on vocals. The group was quite successful with many concerts, mainly in southern Germany and various TV appearances in Germany and abroad. Between April/September 1982 they recorded and mixed their debut album 'Nur Fur Madchen' in 15 days at Powerplay Studios, Zurich. The LP was released later that year on Gold Records. Influences at that time were of course the NDW "Neue Deutsche Welle'' movement and also from Gutze's time as a musician & guitarist since 1965. Their step up for recording was a Moog Prodigy, Korg Rhythm 55 (KR-55), Simmons Drums, Casiotone 202, Guitar and Bass. We've added a bonus track "Video King" that was originally released as a follow up single in 1984 before the group disbanded. All songs have been remastered by George Horn at Fantasy Studios. The record is housed in an exact replica of the original jacket and includes an insert with photos and lyrics.
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 in stock $22.56
Funeral Parade Of Roses
Funeral Parade Of Roses (hand-stamped 12" + booklet limited to 200 copies)
Cat: LSE 16. Rel: 25 Mar 22
Singing, Shouting, Screaming (12:17)
A Thousand Hands Reach Out To Touch The Gun (8:07)
The Empire Of Roses (11:31)
The World Is About To End (9:51)
 in stock $14.50
Unicorn
Unicorn (gatefold translucent red & black galaxy vinyl 2xLP (indie exclusive))
Cat: 506317 6000712. Rel: 05 Oct 23
Monster In Paradise (5:28)
Taste Like Venom (3:27)
Empress Of The Damned (3:51)
Tech Noir 2 (5:20)
Doom Dance (3:40)
Blood For The Blood God (4:06)
Weaponised Love (3:10)
Ghost (4:27)
Darkness For Dreams (4:27)
Holographic Heart (3:54)
Nuclear Date Night (4:28)
Run Like Hell (4:43)
Lost Shadow (4:45)
Postcard From The American Dream (4:48)
 in stock $41.12
Versus
Versus (12")
Cat: SKM 004. Rel: 28 Dec 23
The Hacker - "It's In Space" (6:16)
The Hacker - "It's In Space" (Stigma remix) (6:58)
Stigma - "Arsenic On The Rocks" (4:56)
Stigma - "Arsenic On The Rocks" (The Hacker remix) (5:37)
Stigma - "Arsenic On The Rocks" (80's mix) (4:41)
Review: French electro label Sekhem notches up its fourth release with this split disc from some heavyweight operators. First up is The Hacker, who throws down a perfectly pitched slice of death disco in his unmistakable style on 'It's In Space' before Stigma takes on a remix which adds a gnarly layer of distortion to proceedings. Stigma then takes up the mantle on the B-side with 'Arsenic On The Rocks', an industrial-tinged workout for those who like a rockist snarl to their stomping club workouts. The Hacker then returns to remix the track and give it a suitably seedy makeover before the final '80s mix' completes the package with an even more faithful exploration of the influences hinted at in the original version.
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 in stock $17.67
Try Our
Try Our (LP)
Cat: 352138 1573749. Rel: 31 Jan 24
One Of The Kind (3:17)
Man Of Time (3:20)
No Shame (3:10)
Countdown (3:20)
Never Come Back (3:11)
Underground Movie (2:27)
So Young But So Cold (3:01)
Digging In A Hole (3:06)
Sober (4:32)
Breakloose (3:01)
Pussy X (3:25)
 in stock $30.57
Pop Corn (remastered)
Pop Corn (remastered) (limited translucent yellow vinyl 12")
Cat: AF 45151. Rel: 21 May 21
Pop Corn (stereo) (2:23)
The First Step (The Sea Of Tranquility) (stereo) (2:10)
Pop Corn (mono) (2:21)
The First Step (The Sea Of Tranquility) (mono) (2:11)
 in stock $18.45
Lovers From The Past
Cat: WB 7257001. Rel: 18 Jan 24
Night Vision (3:48)
Glass (feat King Woman) (4:06)
Lovers From The Past (3:17)
Killer (3:05)
DTLA (4:42)
Little Lies (4:11)
Heaven On Earth (3:47)
Diosa (4:04)
Hurt (3:14)
 in stock $31.11
Introduction Presence
Cat: NOL 101. Rel: 01 Dec 22
Tournament (3:57)
Rush & Fever (3:59)
September Again (3:53)
On Division St (3:14)
Indignities (5:25)
Automobile (6:08)
Friend Machine (2:52)
Sacred Tongue (3:33)
The Motorist (5:08)
The Wall & I (5:18)
Review: "Working class synth pop" might be a bold statement for any band to make, but if you spend even just three minutes on Introduction, Presence it's pretty clear what Brooklyn's Nation of Language are going for with that description. Perhaps out of sync with their own time, but in a wonderful way, the Big Apple upstarts have channeled the spirit of 1980s northern English futurism for their debut long form offering to the world.
This is more than pastiche and nostalgia, though. Yes, it's easy - and a bit lazy - to drop comparisons to the likes of Tears for Fears, Duran Duran, OMD and New Order (oops, too late, sorry). Nevertheless, there's an authentic feeling here that marks the troupe out not just players who clearly appreciate what were better times for the charts, but also artists determined to add something to the legacy of that sound.
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 in stock $31.62
Drama Of Exile (reissue)
Drama Of Exile (reissue) (lavender vinyl LP)
Cat: LPMH 8230C. Rel: 01 Feb 24
Genghis Khan (3:53)
Purple Lips (4:07)
One More Chance (5:40)
Henry Hudson (3:56)
Waiting For The Man (4:15)
Sixty Forty (4:49)
The Sphinx (3:32)
Orly Flight (3:58)
Heroes (6:08)
Review: The only album Nico gave us that didn't feature John Cale was a visionary piece of work. Not for a moment suggesting the absence of her regular collaborator improved things, but Drama of Exile certainly saw the iconic German musician, singer and songwriter move in some different and very new directions. Enlisting the help of Philippe Quilichini, a Corsican bassist, and introducing a Middle Eastern rhythm section definitely helped, but ultimately you can't help feeling this was an album she was always supposed to make. That voice, once described by the critic Richard Goldstein as sounding like "a cello getting up in the morning", was perfect for what had come before, but as the focal point of experiments in coldwave, synthwave, goth and new wave, it seems to take on new resonance and power. A thing of obscure beauty that deserves every bit of this repressing.
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 in stock $27.16
History
History (LP + insert + MP3 download code)
Cat: LSSN 060. Rel: 25 Mar 19
In Real Life (4:08)
You Always Hurt The One You Love (3:04)
I Hope You Die (4:30)
The Bottles Of Tomorrow (2:04)
Hiroshima Street (3:53)
Intermezzo: The Party (2:59)
Hotel Home (4:52)
City Of Atlantis (3:43)
Qwerty (Censored version) (4:37)
The Clocks (3:22)
Skybound (4:41)
 in stock $21.08
Bauhaus Staircase
Cat: 100CD 138. Rel: 26 Oct 23
Bauhaus Staircase
Anthropocene
Look At You Now
G.E.M.
Where We Started
Veruschka
Slow Train
Don't Go
Kleptocracy
Aphrodite's Favourite Child
Evolution Of Species
Healing
 in stock $12.12
Overflow
Overflow (limited gatefold 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: ERATP 147LP. Rel: 03 Dec 21
Monster (12:19)
I Like (2:57)
Hands (2:07)
Pulses Of Information (4:00)
Noise Call & Response I (4:20)
Overflow (5:11)
The Cloud Oracle (3:13)
Tension In The Cloud (3:34)
Noise Call & Response II (8:26)
Scanning (4:15)
Flow State (11:35)
Touches Everything (5:00)
Making Sense Of It All (2:59)
 in stock $23.46
An Eye For The Main Chance (reissue)
An Eye For The Main Chance (reissue) (limited purple vinyl LP)
Cat: CLOLP 4938. Rel: 22 Feb 24
Shadow (4:08)
Leave Me For Dead (3:59)
Sense Of Purpose (5:22)
Deeper (4:54)
An Eye For The Main Chance (4:10)
Something Strange (3:59)
Reason (3:57)
Heart & Soul (3:06)
Forevermore (5:22)
Subterfuge (5:02)
Review: Repressed to vinyl for the first time since its initial 1991 release, An Eye For The Main Chance was the iconic debut album from homegrown gothic rock new wavers Rosetta Stone. Landing on very appropriate purple vinyl to compliment its iconic artwork, the LP sways with the reverberated, frosted jangling guitar work that served as staple of the late 80s scene, yet evokes a sultry sinister air that would pave the way for their darker, industrial-tinged coldwave experiments. Melancholic, hypnotic and playful in equal measure, this quintessential slice of coldwave goth rock is a classic forgotten to time, and now that vacant, pining spot on your shelf can be fulfilled without taking out a mortgage for an original pressing flipped to high heaven. Be warned, however, act fast or copies of this long overdue repress will suffer a similar fate.
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 in stock $29.52
Ongaku Zukan (remastered)
Ongaku Zukan (remastered) (gatefold LP + 7" with obi-strip)
Cat: WWSLP 71. Rel: 28 Sep 23
Tibetan Dance (4:54)
Etude (5:15)
Paradise Lost (5:19)
Self Portrait (4:37)
Tabi No Kyokuhoku (5:11)
MAY In The Backyard (5:36)
Hane No Hayashi De (5:27)
Mori No Hito (5:00)
A Tribute To NJP (2:47)
Replica (bonus track) (5:24)
Ma Mere L'Oye (bonus track) (4:26)
Review: Ryuichi Sakamoto's 1984 classic, Ongaku Zuka, finally gets a long overdue re-release. Heralded at the time as yet another example of Japan's sorely-missed musical genius in full flow, the tracks feature contributions from Yellow Magic Orchestra's Haruomi Hosono and Yukihiro Takahashi, alongside Yasuaki Shimizu, Tatsuro Yamashita and Toshinori Kondo. Originally released in two versions, one with a bonus 7" two-track EP and another with a limited edition 12" three-tracker, both are now being reissued for the modern age. Part of an ongoing celebration of Sakamoto's life following his death in March 2023, when Ongaku Zukan (Musical Encyclopedia) hit it marked the celebrated musician and composer's first top five hit in his homeland, building on the success of both his soundtrack to Merry Christmas Mr Lawrence and the Yellow Magic Orchestra, on which time had only recently been called. Syth pop perfection, with unique, mesmerising instrumental compositions, it's an essential for any fan.
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 in stock $38.23
From A Land Of Glass Without Mirrors
From A Land Of Glass Without Mirrors (hand-numbered white vinyl LP limited to 200 copies)
Cat: OBHLP 13. Rel: 17 Jan 24
Song For Jennifer (4:04)
Did You Think Things Could Ever Get This Bad? (4:27)
At 7 44 (4:49)
Overstayer (Just A Simulator) (3:30)
The Butterfly (Fill The Frame) (5:28)
Driving Pennsylvania (4:48)
(We Are) Subterranean (4:42)
This Year Approximately (3:58)
The World Still Turns (2:33)
I'll Find It Out Somehow (5:08)
When It Gets Stark & Bleak (3:08)
 in stock $40.34
The Mirrax Sequence
Cat: NOOMA 01. Rel: 19 Feb 24
Gates Of Redaura (4:52)
Vysix Arising (3:33)
Climb To Miraxis (4:08)
Venziah (3:53)
Dreamasia (3:32)
Visions In Formath (3:31)
X-Staira (4:47)
DISCOM2743 (5:18)
Visidias Dimension (3:28)
The Hall Of Sciyan (3:23)
 in stock $30.85
Dopamine
Dopamine (limited gatefold orange vinyl LP)
Cat: MOSHILP 114RX. Rel: 17 Oct 22
Enter The Vortex (1:01)
Prelude To The Age Of Transhumanism (2:45)
Speak To Me Only With Your Mind (6:10)
Dopamine (feat Nuha Ruby Ra) (3:54)
Entanglement (4:00)
Red Skies Of The Anthropocene (3:34)
Sitting On A Satellite (feat Salami Rose Joe Louis) (4:17)
Use Music To Kill (2:36)
Perfect Dystopia (5:31)
Telepathic DNA (1:46)
Interplanetary Meditations (3:38)
Carry Us Home (2:51)
 in stock $10.54
Live In Reims Cinema Opera September 23rd 1975 (Record Store Day RSD 2022)
Live In Reims Cinema Opera September 23rd 1975 (Record Store Day RSD 2022) (limited orange & blue cloudy vinyl 2xLP with obi-strip)
Cat: 370047 7834944. Rel: 21 Jun 22
Cinema Opera Set One (part One) (20:05)
Cinema Opera Set One (part Two) (23:45)
Cinema Opera Set Two (22:31)
Cinema Opera Set Three (16:08)
 in stock $42.44
Today Was Yesterday
Today Was Yesterday (limited red vinyl LP)
Cat: MTR 77211. Rel: 22 Feb 24
Grace (feat Alex Lifeson) (4:40)
A Louder Silence (feat Alex Lifeson) (3:56)
On My Own (feat Alex Lifeson) (4:20)
I Take All (5:06)
My God Is My God (feat Alex Lifeson) (4:56)
Faceless Faraway Song (feat Alex Lifeson) (4:46)
If I Fall (Silly Games) (feat Robby Krieger) (5:49)
Rukus (3:32)
Borrowed (3:50)
My New Low (feat Alex Lifeson) (4:42)
 in stock $24.78
Dancing Alone (Reworks)
Cat: MDMX 007. Rel: 29 Jan 24
Dancing Alone (AP mono 1984 remix) (6:07)
Dancing Alone (Electro Potato remix) (4:31)
Dancing Alone (Bedroom Disko remix) (3:03)
Dancing Alone (2:42)
Dancing Alone (mono Han remix) (3:12)
Dancing Alone (Alexander Robotnick remix) (5:34)
Dancing Alone (Livio Fogli remix) (3:50)
Dancing Alone (Early demo) (2:40)
 in stock $22.68
Documentation 1976-2022
Documentation 1976-2022 (CD with obi-strip)
Cat: CLN 001. Rel: 01 Feb 24
Track 1
Za Zah
Track 3
Track 4
Suzuki Western
Bench
Track 7
Rururu
Track 9
Track 10
Track 11
Track 12
Track 13
Track 14
Track 15
 in stock $26.63
Upstairs At Eric's (reissue)
Upstairs At Eric's (reissue) (180 gram vinyl LP)
Cat: 405053 8372274. Rel: 29 Mar 19
Don't Go (3:03)
Too Pieces (3:13)
Bad Connection (3:19)
I Before E Except After C (4:35)
Midnight (4:26)
In My Room (3:46)
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