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Cat: 577185 1. Rel: 22 Sep 17
Rock
  1. Roll With The Punches
  2. Transformation
  3. I Can Tell
  4. Stormy Monday/Lonely Avenue
  5. Goin' To Chicago
  6. Fame
  7. Too Much Trouble
  8. Bring It On Home To Me
  9. Ordinary People
  10. How Far From God
  11. Teardrops From My Eyes
  12. Automobile Blues
  13. Benediction
  14. Mean Old World
  15. Ride On Josephine
 in stock $9.07
Man It Feels Like Space Again (heavyweight vinyl LP in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: 470835 4. Rel: 23 Jan 15
Psych/Garage Rock
  1. Waiting Around For Grace
  2. Elvis' Flaming Star
  3. Holding Out For You
  4. Zond
  5. Heroic Shart
  6. Sitting Up On Our Crane
  7. Outside Is The Right Side
  8. Medicine Hat
  9. Man It Feels Like Space Again
 in stock $19.83
Cat: CAROL 011LP. Rel: 18 Mar 16
Rock
  1. Break Into Your Heart (3:55)
  2. Gardenia (4:14)
  3. American Valhalla (4:38)
  4. In The Lobby (4:15)
  5. Sunday (6:07)
  6. Vulture (3:16)
  7. German Days (4:47)
  8. Chocolate Drops (3:59)
  9. Paraguay (6:25)
Review: Now approaching a half-century of artistic life as the closest we have to a living personification of rock 'n' roll, Iggy Pop nonetheless also continues to carry himself with more class and style than most any lifer that springs to mind. Yet it has to be said that few were expecting the cadaverous king to make his greatest album for thirty of those years, and this is what 'Post Pop Depression' his collaboration with a dream team involving luminaries such as Josh Homme, Dean Fertita and The Arctic Monkeys' Matt Helders is exactly that - a wry, restrained and ice-cool meditation on carnality and mortality without cliche or rehash, this album is all primal satisfaction and righteous revelation.
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 in stock $19.30
Cat: UWIP 002. Rel: 27 Jul 18
Indie
  1. Bells & Circles (7:29)
  2. Trapped (7:37)
  3. I'll See Big (4:36)
  4. Get Your Shirt (7:30)
Review: Following the release of Iggy Pop's last full length, Post Pop Depression, the much loved punk professional has teamed up with pioneering electronic dance musos Underworld (think "Born Slippy") via the request of Rick Smith. Album opener, "Bells & Circles", sees Iggy relive the days when you could smoke on an aeroplane, and in his case pick up an air hostess, while a rich and throaty yet somewhat forlorn 'hey' in "I'll See Big" offers a classic, almost narrated number of nostalgia, with a hint of reverb adding a sweetness to a not so bitter regalement of times gone by. Meanwhile, "Get Your Shirt" pitches the bliss of 80s new wave with mid-90s rave to create a glittering, electro pop jam fit for the stadium or Soho club. The glory years may be a memory for this formidable tripod however their sounds, combined, still hit the sweet spot.
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 in stock $16.65
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