Spoon Vinyl, CD & tapes by Spoon at Norman Records

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Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga

Originally released in 2007 via Merge as their sixth studio album, Matador are re-issuing Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga by veteran indie-rockers Spoon, their first album to breach the Top Ten of the Billboard album charts. Newly re-cut from the original master tapes, it’s a part of the label’s Slay On Cue series that’ll see them make available the band’s first eight releases on vinyl and CD, some of them for the first time. 

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Gimme Fiction

The avalanche of Spoon reissues continues with their 2005 album Gimme Fiction. It features one of the band’s biggest hits in I Turn My Camera On which was once used in episodes of The Simpsons, Veronica Mars and Bones. Other songs popped up in Scrubs, Friday Night Lights and the film  (500) Days of Summer, so you'll know more of these than you think.

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Girls Can Tell

Girls Can Tell by Spoon was the Texan indie rock band’s third album. It was originally released in 2001 when it  was hailed as a triumph by Rolling Stone magazine. It includes the songs Fitted Shirt and Me and The Bean. The latter of which was originally by fellow Texan band The Sidehackers who featured future Spoon bassist John Clayton.

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Telephono

Telefono is the debut album by US indie band Spoon. It was originally released in 1996...in most places. It has been unavailable for years and was never even released in some places. Finally getting a deserved reissue. Includes the Spoon classics All The Negatives Have Been Destroyed and Not Turning Off.

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Soft Effects EP

Originally released in 1997 as their second EP, Matador are re-issuing Soft Effects by veteran indie-rockers Spoon. It was also available as part of the Telephono album later in 2006, but this is the first time that the five-track EP will be re-issued on vinyl. Newly re-cut from the original master tapes, it’s a part of the label’s Slay On Cue series that’ll see them make available the band’s first eight releases on vinyl and CD, some of them for the first time. 

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Everything Hits At Once: The Best Of Spoon

Everything Hits At Once: The Best Of Spoon gathers together 12 tracks spanning the Austin, Texas band’s 26 year career. To bring things right up to date, Britt Daniel and the gang have included a brand new track called 'No Bullets Spent', which punches with a weight equal to their other most-loved songs.

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Hot Thoughts

Released especially for Record Store Day is this special Spoon 12” single, which contains two new and exclusive tracks! On the A-side is a remix of Hot Thoughts by Dave Sitek, of TV On The Radio and general super-producer fame, while the B-side contains a cover of the Elvis song ‘Love Letters’. 12” on Matador.

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TV Set

Released exclusively for Record Store Day Black Friday, TV Set finds US indie-rockers Spoon covering The Cramps! A treat for fans of both bands. The other half of this 10” is a ‘Nighttime Version’ of Spoon’s ‘Let Me Be Mine’. Pressed to coloured vinyl, and available only in limited quantities. On Loma Vista.

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Hot Thoughts

Ladies and gentlemen - Spoon are back! After months of speculation, they return in 2017 with Hot Thoughts - a colourful and sonically inventive episode from the weathered Texans, but written in its entirety by Britt Daniel himself. After 24 years of indie rock innovation, these Austin-based veterans still know how to sound completely fresh and relevant.

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A Series Of Sneaks

Originally released in 1998 on Elektra as their second studio album, Matador are re-issuing A Series Of Sneaks by veteran indie-rockers Spoon. Newly re-cut from the original master tapes, it’s a part of the label’s Slay On Cue series that’ll see them make available the band’s first eight releases on vinyl and CD, some of them for the first time. 

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Transference

Following the huge success and acclaim of 'GaGaGaGaGa', Texas indie rock outfit Spoon changed it up with their seventh album 'Transference'. It's a slow-burner and a grower of a record for sure, revealing its minimalist beauty upon a few listens. There's a bit of studio tinkering, fractured sound, calculative production, yet Spoon's sophisticated take on pop remains.

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Kill The Moonlight

Kill The moonlight is the fourth album by Texan indie rock outfit Spoon. It was originally released in 2002 to critical acclaim - some people regarded it as their greatest work. The inclusion of the single The Way We Get By on TV shows such as The O.C. saw the band’s music reaching new ears. On Matador.

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They Want My Soul

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I Turn My Camera On

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Sister Jack

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Got Nuffin

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Jonathon Fisk

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