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THE BEATLES – Yellow Submarine – 7″ picture disc €17.99 (Universal)
Very limited edition picture disc of the 1966 Beatles hit with ‘Eleanor Rigby’ on the b-side.
DAVID AXELROD – Song Of Innocence – LP €30.99 (Now Again)
David Axelrod’s debut, and a ‘60s masterpiece. Celebrated as psychedelic, the birth of jazz-fusion, the harbinger of hip-hop, ‘Song of Innocence’ is a hybrid that no one, not even Axelrod himself, could describe. Axelrod’s sweeping arrangements, which utilize brass and strings in a way that no one of his era did is both violent and sublime – and sampled by many future artists.
The LP contains a 28 page booklet with photos and interviews from the time.
BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN – Greatest Hits – 2 x LP €25.99 (Sony)
‘Greatest Hits’ is Bruce Springsteen’s first compilation album, released February 27, 1995, on Columbia Records. It is a collection of some of Springsteen’s hit singles and popular album tracks through the years along with four additional songs, mostly recorded with the E Street Band in 1995.
Released on double 180g black vinyl.
THE JESUS AND MARY CHAIN – 21 Singles – 2 x LP €25.99 (Rhino)
Originally released on CD in 2002, ‘21 Singles’ is a career spanning compilation featuring all the band’s singles in chronological order. Beginning with their Creation debut, the album takes us through fifteen years of The Jesus And Mary Chain’s indie and major label discography, travelling through their Blanco Y Negro heyday of the 80s and 90s, to their 1998 return to Creation. The album also includes their late appearance on Seattle’s legendary Sub Pop Records in the States. Many of the versions on ‘21 Singles’ are unique and alternative to their album counterparts.
Available on vinyl for the very first time, on 180g heavyweight vinyl.
ROGER WATERS – Is This The Life We Really Want? – 2 x LP €29.99 (Sony)
Roger Waters, the creative power and song writing force behind Pink Floyd, return with his first rock album in 25 years. Produced and mixed by Nigel Godrich (Radiohead, Paul McCartney, Beck, U2), ‘Is This The Life We Really Want?’ includes 12 new Roger Waters musical compositions and studio performances.
Limited edition numbered double green vinyl.
MORRISSEY – All The Young People Must Fall In Love – 7″ €8.99 (Etienne)
Clear vinyl 7″ taken from Morrissey’s recent album ‘Low In High School’. The B-side is a cover of ‘the 60’s heartbreaker ‘Rose Garden’ recorded live in Nashville.
MADONNA – Like A Virgin – LP €21.99 (Rhino)
Madonna’s classic 1984 album. Produced by Nile Rogers. Includes the massive hits Material Girl, Dress You Up and the title track itself.
RORY GALLAGHER – Wheels Within Wheels – LP €22.99 (UMC)
Rory Gallagher’s posthumous folk and blues acoustic album. Featuring a range of acoustic styles including flamenco, skiffle and traditional Irish music, the album was compiled from lost recordings and outtakes by Gallagher’s brother. A number of notable musicians appeared on the album such as Bert Jansch, Martin Carthy, The Dubliners and Lonnie Donegan.
THE MOTHERS OF INVENTION – Burnt Weeny Sandwich – LP €25.99 (UMC)
Frank Zappa’s Mother’s of Invention enigmatic album available on vinyl for the first time in more than three decades. The record was specially mastered for this release by Bernie Grundman with all analogue production and cut directly from the 1970 ¼: stereo safety master tape in 2018.
180g vinyl housed in a gatefold sleeve.
A-HA – Hunting High And Low – LP €21.99 (Warners)
The massive 1985 record from the Norwegian pop group. Includes ‘Take On Me’, ‘The Sun Always Shines On TV’.
Limited edition clear vinyl.
IMMORTAL – Northern Chaos Gods – LP €27.99 (Nuclear Blast)
Immortal’s new album is a blizzard agitating the very foundations of black metal. With rabid furore, teeth-baring aggression and an eerie cold that crawls deep into the very bones of the listener after only a few unrelenting seconds, Immortal have erected a new superior kingdom of frost on top of their existing legacy.
Black heavyweight vinyl.
THE BAMBOOS – Night Time People – LP €17.99 (BMG)
Having previously collaborated with the likes of Aloe Blacc and Alice Russell, their latest offering ‘Night Time People’ see’s the band call to mind everyone from Martha Reeves to Sharon Jones, The Bamboos deliver two catchy singles that draw together the raw drive of their earliest LPs and their more recent progressive experimentations in the studio.
TOM GRENNAN – Lighting Matches – LP €25.99 (Sony)
Tom Grennan’s highly anticipated debut album Lighting Matches which is released on Insanity Records. The album is a personal journey for Grennan, exploring sobriety, love, depression, loneliness and reveals an openness and vulnerability ahead of his years. ‘Lighting Matches’ sees Tom working with Grammy award winning producer Fraser T Smith (Stormzy/Adele/Kano/Plan B) and Dan Grech (Liam Gallagher/Killers/Radiohead) and is set to be one of the most important albums of 2018.
PETER BRODERICK – How They Are – LP €19.99 (Hush Records)
Re-issued of the acoustic contemporary album from Peter Broderick orginally released on Bella Union in 2010.
THE BEASTIE BOYS – Solid Gold Hits – 2 x LP (UMC)
Double LP album featuring 15 of the finest Beastie Boys tracks from throughout an incredible career. Features all their biggest hits including ‘Fight For Your Right To Party’, ‘So What’cha Want’, ‘Root Down’, ‘No Sleep Til Brooklyn’, ‘Sabotage’ and more.
VARIOUS ARTISTS – Trojan: Ska & Reggae Classics – 2 x LP €28.99 (Trojan)
To mark the 50th anniversary of Trojan Records comes ‘Trojan: Ska & Reggae Classics’, a double vinyl album comprising 24 of the most celebratory Jamaican music hits from the iconic label’s legendary catalogue. The perfect musical accompaniment for the summer of 2018 and beyond, this compilation ably demonstrates just what makes Trojan so special and why it remains one of the world’s greatest reggae labels, half a century since its launch. Featuring Desmond Dekker, The Maytals, Ken Booth, Susan Cadogan, Althea & Donna, The Upsetters and many more.
Double LP in a gatefold sleeve.