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We Are Scientists
With Love and Squalor

Back by popular demand is the 2006 breakthrough album by Californian indie-poppers We Are Scientists. Cheekily dubbed a ‘50th anniversary re-issue’ by Chris and Keith, poking fun at the sloth-like pace it takes to do anything in the music industry, it’s the first time that With Love And Squalor has been re-issued since the original pressing ran out all those years ago. Houses the hit singles ‘Nobody Move, Nobody Get Hurt’, ‘It’s A Hit’ and ‘The Great Escape’. 
  • Vinyl LP (100LP96R)
  • Preorder now (ships on release)
  • Coloured vinyl
  • Limited edition
  • Indies-only

Skunk Anansie
Post Orgasmic Chill

Seems strange to think it now, but there was a time when Skunk Anansie were legitimately one of the UK’s biggest rock bands. Their stock was never higher than in 1999, the year they headlined Glastonbury and released their third studio LP Post-Orgasmic Chill (sounds like fun, eh). The alt-rock and metal-tinged songs of this record give it a bit of a Placebo flavour. Still sounds good all these years on - probably why Post-Orgasmic Chill is being reissued by 100%.

OMD
History of Modern

This was OMD's 2010 album and at the time it was their first since 1996. It was described by ever confident leader Andy McCluskey as being their best since Architecture and Morality; he was, of course, talking utter piffle. This isn't better than Dazzle Ships by any stretch but it was good to have them back. 

Stone Foundation
Everybody, Anyone

Weller got so excited by the last Stone Foundation album that he ended up producing it and playing on every single track. This time round he's a mere guest along with bandmates Mick Talbot and Steve White. Also appearing is Dr Robert from the Blow Monkeys. Stone Foundation have here mined a heavier funk vibe than before but still blend funk and soul with mod-ish pop and have become a popular live act on the 'circuit'. 

OMD
The Punishment of Luxury

Here they are again. Visually mismatched oddball synth duo who after 30 odd years of creating weird sounds and adding catchy melodies are still at it. The Punishment of Luxury is described as a daring and dazzling synth pop opus and from the sounds of it OMD are being weird. I like it when they are weird. 

5 Billion In Diamonds
5 Billion In Diamonds

Garbage drummer Butch Vig has teamed up with a huge gang of players from acts such as Goldfrapp, Spiritualized, Alpha, The Ocean Blue, and The Soundtrack Of Our Lives to create 5 Billion In Diamonds. This supergroup’s debut album is a sun-filled 70’s soundtrack of psychedelia and folk rock brought up to date.

Stone Foundation
Street Rituals

The new album from Stone Foundation (their fourth) is particularly remarkable for one reason: Paul Weller. The former Jam-man was due to produce Street Rituals, but ended up musically contributing to every single track. So this is an augmented version of Stone Foundation’s soulful sound. Released on a strikingly wide range of formats on the 100% label.

Killa Kela
Everyday


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