The Horrors Vinyl, CD & tapes by The Horrors at Norman Records

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The Horrors / Suicide / Nik Void
Shadazz / Radiation / Rocket USA

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The Horrors
V

That sleeve. Let's not talk about it eh? The Horrors career has been a case study in not standing still and they describe this album as a 'risk'. It has been produced by Paul Epworth (Paul McCartney, Adele) so we can't imagine it being as experimental as the excellent 'Primary Colours'. Lead track 'Machine' sounds a promising coagulation of Depeche Mode, David Bowie and something very noisy.     
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Tom Furse
Interludes

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Toy / The Horrors
Motoring / Moving Further Away

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Higher

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Count In Fives / Who Says

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Skying

Skying was the third album from The Horrors and follows the excellent Geoff Barrow-produced Primary Colours. This time they self-produced and....personally I wished they hadn't but check through the reviews and this was one of their most well received records as well as a commercial breakthrough from the chameleonic band. Re-press LP and CD on XL. 

The Horrors
Primary Colours

The Horrors shed their garage punk skins and stopped sounding like a B-rate Cramps tribute on their second effort 'Primary Colours'. Produced by Portishead's Geoff Barrow, the album is a dizzying cocktail of gothic psychedelia, shoegaze, post-punk and krautrock. It's a bit My Bloody Valentine, Siouxsie & the Banshees, Chameleons and NEU!. Check out the excellent final track 'Sea Within A Sea' for a taster of what to expect on this nocturnal classic. 
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The Horrors
The Horrors

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Whole New Way

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Who Can Say

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She is The New Thing

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She is The New Thing/ Drawn Japan

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Gloves/ Kicking Kay

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Gloves/ Death At The Chapel

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Gloves

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Count In Fives

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