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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.
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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.
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The Beatles
Let It Be

The Beatles last hurrah was the long gestating 'Let It Be' album. Actually conceived as a project before the recording of their penultimate album Abbey Road, various inter band squabbles and the temporary departure of George Harrison meant that it wasn't finished by 1970 at which point Phil Spector had been drafted in to slather strings all over it. Not particularly valued on release, it has gained traction over the years most likely when listeners realised the sort of music the four members would make solo. 
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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.  
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The Beatles
Abbey Road

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The Beatles
The Beatles

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Sigur Rós
Takk

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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.
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The Beatles
Yellow Submarine

By 1969 the Beatles could do what the hell they liked and if they wanted to release an animated film then no-one was stopping them. Taken on its own terms Yellow Submarine was an odd release. It contains four new songs, two already released songs and a whole side of it was devoted to George Martin's orchestral score to the film. A mixed bag then but an essential document for completists. 
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The Libertines
Anthems For Doomed Youth

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Blur
The Box Set

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The Spinto Band
Oh Mandy

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The Sonic Hearts
To Be Someone/ Oh My Heart


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The Sonic Hearts
Hold On

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I Am Kloot
These Days Are Mine

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Grace
Wonderful

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Coldplay
Hurts Like Heaven

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Captain
Keep An Open Mind/ Patience

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David Bowie
Life On Mars?

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Hawkwind
Urban Guerilla

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Pink Floyd
See Emily Play

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David Bowie
Drive In Saturday

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David Bowie
1965

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Kate Bush
Running Up That Hill

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The Beach Boys
Surfin' Safari (single)

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David Bowie
The Jean Genie

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Talk Talk
Natural Order

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The Beatles
Please Please Me

You know what, no. We won’t. We won’t please you, Beatles - no, we won’t. You’ve been asking for too long now boys, and sometimes you have to learn that you’re not going to get your own way all the time. Sorry John, Paul, George and Ringo, but we’re putting our foot down. Go off and please yourselves.
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The Beatles
Help!

Welp, this is by The Beatles, so not much need for us to tell you what’s going on here (obviously). Help! is the one with, among other things, ‘You’ve Got To Hide Your Love Away’ and ‘Help!’ (obviously) on it, and is the soundtrack to their 1965 film Help! (obviously). The songwriting is good (obviously), this new edition has been remastered (obviously) and Lennon, McCartney, Harrison and Starr were the best band ever (obviously).
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The Beatles
With The Beatles

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The Beatles
Beatles For Sale

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Carter The Unstoppable Sex Machine
1992 The Love Album

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Carter The Unstoppable Sex Machine
30 Something

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David Bowie
John I'm Only Dancing

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Smashing Pumpkins
Pisces Iscariot

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Blur
Under The Westway

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The Beach Boys
That's Why God Made The Radio

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Blur
The Vinyl Box

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Kraftwerk
12345678: The Catalogue

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Morrissey
Viva Hate (Special Edition)

Former icon Morrissey finally gave up on the Smiths when he realised the man who did everything was no longer around. However he found a new best friend in producer Stephen Street who collaborated on some truly stellar tracks on his debut solo album. It's almost impossible to ignore a record which contains such brilliance as Suedehead and Everyday is Like Sunday but...ah screw him eh? There's other music to listen to.  

The Beach Boys
The SMiLE Sessions

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The Undertones
Hypnotised

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Captain
Frontline (DFA Remix)

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Various
War Child Heroes Vol.1

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Danger Mouse & Daniele Luppi
Season's Trees / The Rose With The Broken Neck

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The Sonic Hearts
To Be Someone / Hollow & Blue

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The Sonic Hearts
To Be Someone/ Cut Your Hair

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Blondie
Panic Of Girls

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The Good Natured
Skeleton EP

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Danger Mouse & Daniele Luppi
Rome

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The Wurzels with Tony Blackburn
I Am A Cider Drinker

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Air Traffic
No More Running Away

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Sigur Rós
Ba Ba Ti Ki Di Do

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Radiohead
OK Computer

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Brian Eno
Ambient 4: On Land

Brian Eno’s specifically-titled Ambient series of albums culminated in Ambient 4: On Land, a particularly dense and somewhat dark listen, miles away from the bright emptiness of Ambient 1. Jon Hassell, Daniel Lanois and Bill Laswell were involved in helping Eno achieve this (still) strange and evocative expanse. Virgin reissue.
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Brian Eno
Ambient 1: Music For Airports

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Mark Stewart + Maffia
Learning To Cope With Cowardice - Director's Cut

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Badly Drawn Boy
Born In The UK

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Talking Heads
Stop Making Sense

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Cecil McCartney
OM

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Dangermouse & Sparklehorse
Dark Night of The Soul

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RPA and the United Nations of Sound
United Nations of Sound

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The Alarm
Superchannel

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Sigur Rós
Saeglopur

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Lily Allen
It's Not Me, It's You

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Lady & Bird
La Ballade of Lady & Bird

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Mousa Doumbia
Moussa Doumbia

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Hot Chip
One Pure Thought

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Vincent Vincent & The Villains
Pretty Girl


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Beth Orton
Conceived

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Idlewild
The Collection

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Kraftwerk
Expo 2000

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Pet Shop Boys
Yes

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The Church
Hindsight 1980-1987

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John Cale
Circus Live

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Hot Chip
One Life Stand

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Public Image Limited
Plastic Box

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Blur
Song 2

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