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Unknown Pleasures: 40th Anniversary (limited 180 gram red vinyl LP)
Cat: 019029 5443238. Rel: 14 Jun 19
Indie
  1. Disorder (3:30)
  2. Day Of The Lords (4:45)
  3. Candidate (2:56)
  4. Insight (4:07)
  5. New Dawn Fades (4:48)
  6. She's Lost Control (3:53)
  7. Shadowplay (3:52)
  8. Wilderness (2:38)
  9. Interzone (2:16)
  10. I Remember Nothing (5:41)
Review: Time marches relentlessly on as does the immortal sound of iconic Manchester band Joy Division. At the heart of Unknown Pleasures was the alarming vocal talent of Ian Curtis. His alien wails, echoed expressionistic vistas of urban alienation over No Wave tribal beats and Gothic guitar impressions. And despite the breathtaking intensity of the angular acid comedown "She's Lost Control", the soaringly depraved detachment of "New Dawn Fades" and the proto-slowcore "Candidate", opening track "Disorder" remained the piece years ahead of its time and most immediately enduring. This anniversary record arrives almost forty years to the day after it was originally released, splashed out on 180g ruby red vinyl with an alternative white sleeve to resemble the original and legendary cover design. Unquestionably authentic, Unknown Pleasures was a vision so uncompromising and haunting that each track was worth its length. This commemorative reissue, then, continues the celebration of one of the most important albums of our time as well as highlighting the record as a landmark in music-design crossover history.
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Cat: 019029 5837365. Rel: 02 Nov 18
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Galleons Of Stone
  2. Dragnet
  3. Fin Du Temps
  4. How Rapid?
  5. Opus For Four
  6. Debut
  7. EFL
  8. Ode To Don Jose
  9. A Day At The Races
  10. Counterpoint
  11. Roundabout 727
  12. Ransom On The Sand
  13. Roller 1
  14. Nothing Was Going To Stop Them Then, Anyway
  15. Crusoe
  16. One Earth
  17. Legacy (7" mix)
  18. Dragnet (7" mix)
  19. Spies Like Us (alternative mix)
  20. Spies
  21. Ode To Don Jose (7" edit)
  22. Opus III
  23. Lost Innocence
  24. Acton Art
  25. Ransom On The Sand (7" edit)
  26. Debut (7" edit)
  27. Dragnet '88 (7" mix)
  28. Fin Du Temps (Air)
  29. Domestic Disco
  30. Roller 1 (Out-take)
  31. Faberge 12 (Opus For Four)
  32. Theatrical (EFL)
  33. Galleons Of Crusoe
  34. Western (Ode take 1)
  35. Moog & Baboon (Ode take 2)
  36. More Moog & Baboon (Ode take 3)
  37. Judo 3 (Ode take 6)
  38. Sam (demo For Duane Eddy)
  39. Nobody Told Me Anything
  40. Racing
  41. Sweet Reason
  42. Exercise & Pool Montage
  43. Last Chance To Dance (edit)
  44. Ringing In The Ears
  45. Legacy (12" mix)
  46. Dragnet (12" mix)
  47. Dragnet '88 (12" mix)
  48. Spies (Espionoise mix)
  49. 2 Many Thankyous
  50. One Earth (New Mexico mix)
Review: By the time the Art of Noise released third album "In No Sense? Nonsense!" in 1987, the outfit was the sole preserve of sampling pioneer and Fairlight CMI specialist J.J Jeczalik and neo-classical composer Anne Dudley. Between them, the pair produced an impressively experimental, pop-tinged set, with critics praising both Jeczalik's advanced percussion programming and trademark sample collages, and the string-drenched sweetness and layered keyboard work that soundtrack specialist Anne Dudley provided. This "deluxe" reissue could well be the definitive version, featuring as it does the re-mastered original set, alternative remixes, dancefloor-focused 12" versions (something the band always excelled at), demos and previously unheard tracks. Surprisingly, these include previously unreleased collaborations with Duane Eddy and Sir Paul McCartney.
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VARIOUS
Cat: 019029 5545796. Rel: 02 Nov 18
Soul
  1. The Supremes - "You Keep Me Hangin' On"
  2. Aretha Franklin - "Chain Of Fools"
  3. Frank Wilson - "Do I Love You (Indeed I Do)"
  4. Smokey Robinson & The Miracles - "Going To A Go Go"
  5. Frankie Valli - "You're Ready Now"
  6. Chuck Wood - "Seven Days Is Too Long"
  7. Archie Bell & The Drells - "TIghten Up"
  8. The Capitols - "Cool Jerk"
  9. Spencer Davis Group - "I'm A Man"
  10. Gloria Jones - "Tainted Love"
  11. Martha Reeves & The Vandellas - "Dancing In The Street"
  12. Eddie Floyd - "Knock On Wood"
  13. Wilson Pickett - "In The Midnight Hour"
  14. Dusty Springfield - "I Can't Wait Until I See My Baby's Face"
  15. Tami Lynn - "I'm Gonna Run Away From You"
  16. Alice Clark - "You Hit Me (Right Where It Hurt Me)"
  17. Soul Brothers Six - "I'll Be Loving You"
  18. Darrell Banks - "Angel Baby (Don't You Ever Leave Me)"
  19. Tommy Tucker - "High Heel Sneakers"
  20. Booker T & The MG's - "Green Onions"
  21. Edwin Starr - "Time"
  22. Mike Post Coalition - "Afternoon Of The Rhino"
  23. James Brown - "Night Train"
  24. Dean Parish - "I'm On My Way"
  25. Rufus Thomas - "Walking The Dog"
  26. Sam & Dave - "Hold On, I'm Coming"
  27. Arthur Conley - "Sweet Soul Music"
  28. Doris Troy - "Just One Look"
  29. Mel Torme - "Comin Home Baby"
  30. Diana Ross & The Supremes - "Stormy"
  31. Otis Redding - "Mr Pitiful"
  32. The Blossoms - "That's When The Tears Start"
  33. Ben E King - "I Can't Break The News To Myself"
  34. Solomon Burke - "Stupidity"
  35. Percy Sledge - "Baby Help Me"
  36. The Drifters - "You Got To Pay Your Dues"
  37. Mary Wells - "Can't You See (You're Losing Me)"
  38. Ike & Tina Turner - "Somebody (Somewhere) Needs Me"
  39. The Mar-Keys - "Last Night"
  40. Sister Sledge - "Love Don't Go Through No Changes On Me"
  41. Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons - "Beggin'"
  42. Clarence Carter - "Looking For A Fox"
  43. Darrell Banks - "Open The Door To Heart"
  44. The Casualeers - "Dance Dance Dance"
  45. Joanie Sommers - "Don't Pity Me"
  46. The Apollas - "Mr Creator"
  47. Mitch Ryder & The Detroit Wheels - "Breakout"
  48. Charles Thomas - "Man With The Golden Touch"
  49. Daivd & Ruben - "I Love Her So Much It Hurts Me"
  50. Carla Thomas - "Something Good Is Going To Happen You"
  51. Ben Aiken - "Satisfied"
  52. The Searchers - "Needles And Pins"
  53. Herbie Goins - "Number 1 In Your Heart"
  54. The Markets - "Stirrin' Up Some Soul"
  55. Cliff Bennett & The Rebel Rousers - "Hold On I'm Coming"
  56. Mary Wells - "Me And My Baby"
  57. The Three Degrees - "Contact"
  58. The Marvellos - "Something's Burnin'"
  59. Deon Jackson - "You Said You Loved Me"
  60. Percy Sledge - "You've Got That Something Wonderful"
  61. Carla Thomas - "B-A-B-Y"
  62. Archie Bell & The Drells - "Here I Go Again"
  63. The Coasters - "Crazy Baby"
  64. Wilson Pickett - "Land Of 1000 Dances"
  65. Aretha Franklin - "Respect"
  66. Linda Lyndell - "Bring Your Love Back To Me"
  67. Deon Jackson - "Ooh Baby"
  68. Linda Jones - "Just Can't Live My Life"
  69. Leslie Uggams - "Don't You Even Care"
  70. The Invitations - "Skiing In The Snow"
  71. The Mar-Keys - "Philly Dog"
  72. Soul Brothers Six - "Some Kind Of Wonderful"
  73. Darrell Banks - "Somebody (Somewhere Needs You)"
  74. The Flirtations - "Change My Darkness Into Light"
  75. Willie Tee - "Walkin' Up A One Way Street"
  76. Lou Ragland - "Since You Said You'd Be Mine"
  77. Life - "Tell Me Why"
  78. Larry Laster - "Go For Yourself"
  79. Esther Phillips - "Catch Me I'm Falling"
  80. The Bar-Kays - "Soul Finger"
Review: As the matter-or-fact title makes clear, this expansive four-disc set offers an in-depth introduction to the interconnected worlds of "Mod" culture and Northern Soul. Traditionally, there has been plenty of crossover between the two scenes, with rhythm and blues-loving "Mods" amongst the first to embrace the stomping Michigan soul obscurities that were the backbone of the "Northern" scene. The selections here veer more towards the soul end of the spectrum, but there's no denying their quality, with famous scene staples such as Gloria Jones' "Tainted Love", Frank Wilson's "Do I Love You ((Indeed I Do)" and Soul Brothers Six's "I'll Be Loving You" (famously covered a few years back by wonky house act Crooked Man) being joined by a string of Motown hits.
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Played by: Soul Music
 in stock $5.95
Twin Peaks (Soundtrack) (heavyweight vinyl LP)
Cat: 008122 7940300. Rel: 19 May 17
Soundtracks
  1. Twin Peaks Theme (instrumental) (5:01)
  2. Laura Palmer's Theme (instrumental) (4:52)
  3. Audrey's Dance (instrumental) (5:14)
  4. The Nightingale (with Julee Cruise) (4:47)
  5. Freshly Squeezed (instrumental) (3:45)
  6. The Bookhouse Boys (instrumental) (3:29)
  7. Into The Night (with Julee Cruise) (4:38)
  8. Night Life In Twin Peaks (instrumental) (3:20)
  9. Dance Of The Dream Man (instrumental) (3:38)
  10. Love Theme From Twin Peaks (instrumental) (5:00)
  11. Falling (with Julee Cruise) (5:14)
Review: As an ode to the upcoming remake of David Lynch's infamous Twin Peaks, there is a flurry of Angelo Badalamenti reissues at the moment. In fact, both this original soundtrack, which is the official music as heard in the 1992 film, and the Fire Walk With Me spin-off have both resurfaced as reissues this week. Unsurprisingly, we recommend for you to snap up both because they have been something of a rarity over the last 10 years. Timeless and iconic from start to finish, this soundtrack is not for the faint of heart, and will likely stir some feelings upon initial listen. This will be all the more palpable if you were shocked and eternally intrigued by the movie. We were, of course, and we absolutely cannot wait for the new series either!
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The Blue Hour (2xLP box set + 1-sided 7" + 2xCD + DVD + lyric sheets + art cards)
Cat: 019029 5642662. Rel: 21 Sep 18
Indie
  1. As One
  2. Wastelands
  3. Mistress
  4. Beyond The Outskirts
  5. Chalk Circles
  6. Cold Hands
  7. Life Is Golden
  8. Roadkill
  9. Tides
  10. Don't Be Afraid If Nobody Loves You
  11. Dead Bird
  12. All The Wild Places
  13. The Invisibles
  14. Flytipping
  15. As One (CD1)
  16. Wastelands
  17. Mistress
  18. Beyond The Outskirts
  19. Chalk Circles
  20. Cold Hands
  21. Life Is Golden
  22. Roadkill
  23. Tides
  24. Don't Be Afraid If Nobody Loves You
  25. Dead Bird
  26. All The Wild Places
  27. The Invisibles
  28. Flytipping
  29. As One (CD2: instrumental)
  30. Wastelands
  31. Mistress
  32. Beyond The Outskirts
  33. Chalk Circles
  34. Cold Hands
  35. Life Is Golden
  36. Roadkill
  37. Tides
  38. Don't Be Afraid If Nobody Loves You
  39. Dead Bird
  40. All The Wild Places
  41. The Invisibles
  42. Flytipping
  43. As One (DVD - album Commentaries)
  44. Wastelands
  45. Mistress
  46. Beyond The Outskirts
  47. Chalk Circles
  48. Cold Hands
  49. Life Is Golden
  50. Roadkill
  51. Tides
  52. Don't Be Afraid If Nobody Loves You
  53. Dead Bird
  54. All The Wild Places
  55. The Invisibles
  56. Flytipping
  57. The Blue Hour - Trailer (Films)
  58. The Invisibles
  59. Don't Be Afraid If Nobody Loves You
  60. Manipulation (7") (2:13)
Review: Music to tingle the more spine chilling tendrils of your soul, this latest album by one of London's greatest ever bands, deliver a third and final instalment in a trilogy of LPs. It follows Bloodsport and Night Thoughts of 2013 and 2016 respectively, with this effort drawing on new adventures in field recordings, spoken word elements and choir. Romanticism and classical are abound too, like the dire classic that is "The Invisibles", helping bring the album to a reflective end, while others like "Life Is Golden" tenderly sways in waves of emotional support and melancholy. It is an cinematic listen through and through, with the Blair Witch beginnings of "Don't Be Afraid If Nobody Loves You" just the start.
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Cat: 019029 5837396. Rel: 19 May 17
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Opus 4
  2. Paranoimia
  3. Eye Of A Needle
  4. Legs
  5. Slip Of The Tongue
  6. Backbeat
  7. Instruments Of Darkness
  8. Peter Gunn (feat Duane Eddy)
  9. Camilla - The Old, Old Story
  10. The Chameleon's Dish
  11. Beatback
  12. Paranoimia (7" mix - feat Max Headroom)
  13. Legs (7" mix)
  14. Hoops & Mallets
  15. Something Always Happens
  16. Why Me?
  17. A Nation Rejects
  18. Backbeat (reprise)
  19. World War II
  20. The First Leg
  21. Happy Harry's High Club
  22. Chameleon 4
  23. Beddoo-Bedoo
  24. Panic
  25. Camel
  26. Second Legs
  27. Trumpton Boogie
  28. Chameleon I
  29. A Nation Regrets
  30. Legs (Inside Leg mix)
  31. Legs (Last Leg mix)
  32. Peter Gunn (feat Duane Eddy - extended version)
  33. Peter Gunn (feat Duane Eddy - The Twang mix)
  34. Paranoimia (feat Max Headroom - extended version)
  35. Paranoimia (feat Max Headroom - The Paranoid mix)
Review: By the time they released In Visible Silence in 1986, the trio behind the Art of Noise - JJ Jeczalik, Gary Langan and Anne Dudley - had broken free of producer Trevor Horn and ZTT Records' concept-loving media man, Paul Morley. The resultant album was arguably more musically rich and varied than its predecessors, even if their obsession with the creative potential afforded by the Fairlight-CMI sampling computer remained in tact. It remains a hugely enjoyable set, rich in Dudley's neo-classical flourishes, Jeczalik's cheeky sense of humour and ability to spot a killer sample, and Langan's brilliant beat programming and production. This expanded reissue accompanies the original 11-track album with a wealth of obscure, forgotten or unreleased bonus material, including alternative mixes, 12" versions and unlikely collaborations.
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Played by: Vincent Inc
 in stock $10.93
The Blue Hour (gatefold heavyweight vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: 019029 5642679. Rel: 21 Sep 18
Indie
  1. As One (4:07)
  2. Wastelands (5:33)
  3. Mistress (3:29)
  4. Beyond The Outskirts (4:09)
  5. Chalk Circles (1:56)
  6. Cold Hands (3:26)
  7. Life Is Golden (3:59)
  8. Roadkill (2:07)
  9. Tides (4:09)
  10. Don't Be Afraid If Nobody Loves You (4:32)
  11. Dead Bird (0:27)
  12. All The Wild Places (3:14)
  13. The Invisibles (4:09)
  14. Flytipping (6:41)
Review: Music to tingle the more spine chilling tendrils of your soul, this latest album by one of London's greatest ever bands, deliver a third and final instalment in a trilogy of LPs. It follows Bloodsport and Night Thoughts of 2013 and 2016 respectively, with this effort drawing on new adventures in field recordings, spoken word elements and choir. Romanticism and classical are abound too, like the dire classic that is "The Invisibles", helping bring the album to a reflective end, while others like "Life Is Golden" tenderly sways in waves of emotional support and melancholy. It is an cinematic listen through and through, with the Blair Witch beginnings of "Don't Be Afraid If Nobody Loves You" just the start.
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 in stock $20.42
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