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Cat: SC 001CD. Rel: 04 Feb 20
  1. 21st Century
  2. Do You Feel
  3. Automatic Driver
  4. IWOL
  5. Everything I Live For
  6. Otherside
  7. He Rides
  8. Gullible Fool
 in stock $10.57
Cat: SHOCK 12CD. Rel: 04 Feb 20
  1. Poor Elijah
  2. I Don't Know Why
  3. Where There's A Will There's A Way
  4. My Baby Specializes
  5. I Don't Want To Discuss It
  6. That's What My Man Is For
  7. Comin' Home
  8. Tutti Frutti Medley
 in stock $8.66
Cat: PCDEXRED 796. Rel: 04 Feb 20
  1. You Know I Love You Don't You?
  2. The Balance Of Love (Give & Take)
  3. All I Want
  4. Where Are We Going?
  5. Don't Want To Fight Anymore
  6. Step Into These Shoes
  7. Will You Still Be There?
  8. Good Luck, Bad Luck
  9. Give Me Strength
  10. Little Bit Of Snow
  11. No One Is To Blame (single mix)
  12. Roll Right Up
  13. Dig This Well Deep
  14. Let It Flow
  15. Will You Still Be There? (New version)
  16. Don't Want To Fight Anymore (12" mix)
  17. All I Want (extended version)
  18. You Know I Love You Don't You? (dance In The Fields mix)
  19. Hunger For The Flesh (orchestral version)
  20. Hide & Seek (orchestral version)
  21. Assault & Battery (live At The Tower Theatre, Philadelphia)
  22. Condition (live At The Tower Theatre, Philadelphia)
  23. You Know I Love You Don't You? (live At The Nec, Birmingham)
  24. All I Want (edit Of LP version)
  25. Little Bit Of Snow (Piano & vocal version)
  26. Will You Still Be There? (alternative short version)
  27. The Balance Of Love (Give & Take) (Ruff mix)
  28. Don't Want To Fight Anymore (Early mix)
  29. Good Luck, Bad Luck (Early version)
  30. You Know I Love You Don't You? (instrumental)
  31. You Know I Love You Don't You? (instrumental demo)
  32. The Balance Of Love (Give & Take) (instrumental)
  33. All I Want (demo)
  34. Where Are We Going? (Early instrumental version)
  35. Don't Want To Fight Anymore (Ruff mix)
  36. Step Into These Shoes (Early version)
  37. Will You Still Be There? (alternative long version)
  38. Good Luck, Bad Luck (demo)
  39. Give Me Strength (Early vocal version)
  40. Roll Right Up (Early version)
  41. Will You Still Be There? (instrumental)
  42. All I Want (instrumental)
  43. Step Into These Shoes (instrumental)
  44. Good Luck, Bad Luck (instrumental demo)
  45. One To One (DVD)
 in stock $27.39
Cat: CDLEMD 182. Rel: 06 Feb 20
  1. Straight Lines (CD1: From A To B)
  2. Sanctuary
  3. A Map Of You
  4. Science
  5. On Islands
  6. This World Of Water
  7. Living By Numbers
  8. Dead Fish (Don't Swim Home)
  9. Adventures
  10. The Safe Side
  11. She's A Magazine (bonus track)
  12. Chik Musik (instrumental - bonus track)
  13. Magazine Musik (instrumental - bonus track)
  14. Missing Persons (bonus track)
  15. Tell Me Something New (instrumental - bonus track)
  16. Sad Films (bonus track)
  17. They All Run After The Carving Knife (CD2: Anywhere)
  18. Areas
  19. Churches
  20. This World Of Walter
  21. Luxury
  22. While You Wait
  23. Changing Minds
  24. Peace
  25. Design
  26. Traps
  27. Division
  28. Back To Room One
  29. The Office (bonus track)
  30. From The Village (bonus track)
  31. Guitars (bonus track)
 in stock $10.57
Carousel (CD)
Cat: LIN 004CD. Rel: 07 Feb 20
  1. Be Somebody Else
  2. Carousel
  3. Run
  4. Imaginary Nation
  5. Howling At The Moon
  6. I Surrender
  7. Algorhythm
  8. Snake Oil
  9. Super Blue Blood Moon
  10. Last Things First
Review: Change lies at the very heart of "Carousel", the third and perhaps most-eagerly anticipated Clock Opera album to date. After all, it has been a long time coming. Spurred on by the personal experiences of Guy Connelly, if you're looking for something to buy loved ones as they enter parenthood for the first time, this may be it.

That's not a reference to dad rock or housewife pop. In the grand scheme of electronic music this is certainly at the safer end, informed by Brian Eno's ambience or "Homogenic"-era Bjork as much as sprawling, classically-informed science fiction. But it's anything but throwaway. Instead, it's the overarching themes that mark this one out as the ideal gift for those in periods of great transition. It looks at the challenges of newfound fatherhood, considers sacrifices necessary to alter behavioural patterns and asks what identity really means. Profound stuff.
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