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Talking Heads
Fear of Music


  • Vinyl LP (0081227965549)
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Talking Heads
77


  • Vinyl LP (0081227988418)
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Regina Spektor
Remember Us To Life

A pop pianist from back when the genre tag anti-folk was still in rotation, Regina Spektor's been at the songwriting game for a long time, making records with the very same winking, critical poignancy that endeared folks to 500 Days of Summer (a film in which her music starred). Her last record proper was What We Saw From The Cheap Seats, which both looked forward to a smootehr and more lush sound (while looking back with a self-cover of "Don't Leave Me"), and she now follows up with Remember Us to Life, a record apparently brought about by a bout of honest-to-god inspiration.  
  • Vinyl Double LP (0093624918073)
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  • CD (0093624918066)

Surfer Blood
Pythons

After owning the summer of 2010, Surfer Blood return to try and repeat the trick on album number two. Pythons gets the studio treatment and their sunshine vibes have been upgraded in frequency from AM to DAB. This LP of guitar pop comes with a handy CD copy for open-top summer cruising, courtesy of Sire.

Ramones
Rocket To Russia

40th anniversary edition of the Ramones third album Rocket to Russia. This one features many of their most classic songs such as  'Sheena Is A Punk Rocker' and 'Rockaway Beach'. This edition contains two dozen rare and unreleased tracks plus a never before heard recording of their show at the Apollo, Glasgow in 1977. Altogether now 1-2-3-4. 
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Regina Spektor
Begin To Hope

Regina Spektor, famed piano rocker we all used to rave about like seven-ish years ago, is still actually good, especially 'Begin To Hope', which saw her expand away from the skewed pop of 'Soviet Kitsch' into more accessible (but still tense and blustery) songs. On the radio... oh? Oh. Great record, as we well know, reissued for RSD, because of course.
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