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Talk Talk
The Colour Of Spring

The Colour of Spring was the transition album between the old Talk Talk (sort of like a literate Duran Duran) and the new Talk Talk (jazz inflected post rock innovators). The Colour of Spring had elements of both containing chart-ready hits ('Life Is What You Make It', 'Living In Another World') but being much more organic in nature and innovative than their synth driven early work. Absolutely essential.  
  • Vinyl LP (5099932778519)

The Beatles
Rubber Soul

Rubber Soul by The Beatles, released in 1965,  was the follow-up to Help! And, therefore, the second album of theirs to consist entirely of original material. By this time, the band had given up touring and were able to focus all of their energies on recording in the studio. The results are bloody marvelous.
  • Vinyl LP (3824181)
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The Beatles
Abbey Road

Abbey Road was the penultimate album by The Beatles. It’s predecessor, Let It Be, was all but finished before the recording of Abbey Road began, however, Abbey Road was released first. The album is notable for George Harrison’s songwriting coming to the fore, seven songs on side two that run into one another make up a suite of perfectly formed ditties and er….Maxwell’s Silver Hammer. A Classic.
  • Vinyl LP (3824681)
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Talk Talk
Spirit Of Eden

Fashioned from innumerable improv sessions, 1988’s Spirit of Eden is where Talk Talk took an experimental turn and, in so doing, secured the legacy that lives on in bands such as Zelienople. Sprawled-out and unhurried song structures, a smattering of strange sound design, a wide instrumental palette, plenty of dynamics and space, Mark Hollis’ soulful and plaintive moans… come on, it’s a masterpiece.
  • Vinyl LP (5099932778717)

The Beatles
Let It Be


  • Vinyl LP (3824721)
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The Beatles
The Beatles

Almost 50 years on and we’re still having pub debates as to what should have been on The White Album, or left off. Even if you find Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da grating, or Piggies overly cynical, would you really want it any other way? I’ll always argue that Revolution 9 is a roaring success that granted rock musicians the licence to get their hands dirty applying razors to tape like they were Stockhausen himself. Glass Onion and Savoy Truffle have always been top larks in my book. Ringo’s turns are charming as hell and McCartney invents noise rock and / or metal on Helter Skelter. Lennon is open-hearted on Dear Prudence, beguilingly jaded on Sexy Sadie and Yer Blues, with Yoko upsetting the applecart in a much-needed way. And you might even have forgotten Harrison’s heavenly Long, Long, Long. The best argument for artistic self-indulgence and grumpy bandmates ever, sounding better than ever on remastered (double, of course) vinyl.

Blur
The Great Escape


  • Vinyl Double LP (5099962484510)

The Beatles
Revolver

Revolver by The Beatles is regarded by many as their best album. It’s the second album they made after giving up playing live and the use of studio trickery really began to enhance their concise pop. Originally released in 1966, it’s fair to say that this changed the shape of everything that came after it and is still doing so. Remastered 180g audiophile vinyl on Parlophone.
  • Vinyl LP (3824171)

Blur
Modern Life Is Rubbish

Modern Life Is Rubbish announced Blur as a serious proposition. They carved out an identity, both musically and image-wise for themselves that moved away from the indie-by-numbers of their debut album, Leisure. It earned them comparisons of great Englishness previously characterised by The Kinks and Small Faces, thus kicking off the whole Britpop thing. Features the singles For Tomorrow and Chemical World.
  • Vinyl Double LP (5099962483919)

Blur
Blur


  • Vinyl Double LP (5099962483612)

Blur
Think Tank


  • Vinyl Double LP (5099962484817)

The Beatles
Yellow Submarine


  • Vinyl LP (3824671)

Blur
Leisure


  • Vinyl LP (5099962483216)

The Beatles
A Hard Day's Night


  • Vinyl LP (3824131)

The Libertines
Anthems For Doomed Youth

So, The Libertines actually made a new album to accompany that big-money live reunion. Anthems For Doomed Youth is that album, approaching their much loved sound from an older, possibly wiser position. An interesting prospect considering the inherently youthful nature of the band’s earlier work… Twelve tracks, or sixteen should you choose the deluxe edition CD.

Slaves
Are You Satisfied (bonus tracks)

Naturally it's Tunbridge Wells that produced the world's worst band, and now Slaves get to enter the wonderful world of RSD with a deluxe edition of 'Are You Satisfied', chock full of bonus tracks that beg the question: "why make 31 flavors when you can't get vanilla right?". Features some tracks that are apparently live favourites, whatevs.

Blur
The Box Set

The ultimate collection for the Blur fan. Featuring all their albums (pre split and reformation of course), just the five and a half hours of unreleased material, three DVDs and even a 7" single of a rare Seymour track. Now cheaper, it will still set you back but look what you get for your brass.

The Sonic Hearts
To Be Someone/ Oh My Heart


  • CD single
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The Sonic Hearts
Hold On


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  • EMI
  • Label(s):
  • EMI

The Beatles
Please Please Me


  • Vinyl LP (3824161)

The Beatles
Help!


  • Vinyl LP (3824151)

The Beatles
Magical Mystery Tour


  • Vinyl LP (3824651)

The Beatles
Past Masters


  • Vinyl Double LP (6994351)

Carter The Unstoppable Sex Machine
1992 The Love Album


Carter The Unstoppable Sex Machine
30 Something


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  • EMI

The Wurzels with Tony Blackburn
I Am A Cider Drinker


Radiohead
OK Computer

OK Computer is Radiohead's third album. Originally released in 1997, following on from their second LP, The Bends, was always going to be a tall order, but they did it all right! A '90s classic that is still recognised by millennials for songs such as 'Paranoid Android', 'Karma Police' and 'Airbag'.
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  • EMI

Brian Eno
Ambient 1: Music For Airports

Groundbreaking stuff here from Brian Eno. Ambient 1: Music For Airports was released in 1978 and marks the first time when the word ‘ambient’ was used in connection with this kind of music. Eno made the album by layering tape loops. His intention was to make a soundscape that would cut through anxieties and tension in an airport. Half-speed master. Cut at 45 rpm on heavyweight vinyl.

Brian Eno
Ambient 4: On Land


  • CD (ENOCDX8)
  • Label(s):
  • EMI

Cecil McCartney
OM


Dangermouse & Sparklehorse
Dark Night of The Soul


Vincent Vincent & The Villains
Pretty Girl


  • CD single
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  • Label(s):
  • EMI
  • Label(s):
  • EMI

Pet Shop Boys
Yes


  • Label(s):
  • EMI
  • Label(s):
  • EMI

Public Image Limited
Plastic Box


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