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Paul Weller
True Meanings

Paul Weller wants the truth, dammit! No faking here. A sign hangs above the door to the former Jam bloke’s fourteenth solo full-length - ‘True Meanings Only’. Weller’s quest for the real has, according to the press release for this album, pushed him to make an LP ‘unlike an...view item »

David Bowie
Live Santa Monica '72

Witness David Bowie performing some of his very best early material in this 1972 live recording. It’s a fairly phenomenal set, including lots of Hunky Dory and Ziggy Stardust, as well as a cherished Velvet Underground cover. Formerly distributed as a bootleg but recorded to radio-broadcas...view item »

Pet Shop Boys
Very

The fifth LP from the Pet Shop Boys gets the reissue treatment through Parlophone. Very is way more vivacious than 1990’s autumnal Behaviour. A dance-pop album full of brash beats and soaring choruses, these songs show off the duo at their garish best. It ends with their cover of ‘G...view item »

Pet Shop Boys
Behaviour

Yes, yes, we know the Pet Shop Boys have been a bit crap for a while now. But when they were good, they were really bloody good. Their fourth LP Behaviour, first released in 1990, is the one that would probably win if you took a straw-poll among hardcore PSB fans as to which was the duo’s best full-length. It&rsqu...view item »

Pet Shop Boys
Bilingual

While the ‘90s may have seen a slight tail-off in affection for the Pet Shop Boys after they conquered all during the Thatcher years, the decade also had the duo quietly turn in some of their best LPs. Bilingual, their sixth record of original material, is one of these unsung classics. The album maintains a quinte...view item »

David Bowie
Heroes

Well this is a bit of a classic isn't it? Quite incredible that a song featuring Robert Fripp and Brian Eno could end up being covered by artists as diverse as Kasabian, Prince, Nico, the X Factor winners and Depeche Mode. But that's Bowie for you. Here is a 40t...view item »

David Bowie
Beauty and The Beast

Limited 7” picture disc boasting a newly remastered version of the Fripp-assisted “Heroes” opener, previously released as a single in the start of ‘78. That’s not news to anyone perhaps, but the b-side may be more of a draw for fans - a previously unavailable live version of Blackout, fittingly reco...view item »

Gorillaz
The Now Now

After the messy and uninspired Humanz, The World’s Most Famous Virtual Group™ needed a shake-up. So Gorillaz have locked up their bassist and hellraiser-in-chief Murdoc and drafted in a new member, Ace, in his place. The Now Now features eleven new tunes from Damon Albarn and his Me...view item »

David Bowie
Welcome To The Blackout (Live London ’78)

If you missed out on that oh-so desirable triple vinyl package just recently, then don’t worry, you might find satisfaction with this double CD edition instead. Welcome To The Blackout captures a powerhouse performance by King David Bowie in 1978, a time where his touring catalogue was stuffed full of Berlin era h...view item »

Kraftwerk
Radio-Activity

Initially seen as a step backwards from its predecessor 'Autobahn', Radio-Activity plays out like a cryptic, yet well orchestrated educational film about the history of radioactivity, yet the title track is the only time the topic of radioactivity is put forward. The rest of the tracks focuses on the activity of radios (hence the album title bei...view item »

Jonny Greenwood
Bodysong

As well as being in enormous miseries Radiohead,  Jonny Greenwood (as well also as having the floppiest hair on the planet) has his own soundtrack biz. This is his debut soundtrack from 2003 and in it he fuses experimental music, jazz, electronic and classical music. It has now been re-issued in a gatefold sty...view item »

Kraftwerk
Computer World

This is a great album that every electronics fan needs to have (along with every other Kraftwerk album). What amazes me most is that they use such simple lyrics yet totally convey their message. Considering the year this album was released it is also amazing that they could see so well into the future of how computers will be so important to us....view item »

Kraftwerk
The Man Machine

Once they have taken a poetic view of inter city traffic as a light motif on ’Autobahn’ (1974), and ’Radio Aktivitat’ (1975) explored the topic of radio communications and nuclear contamination; “Die Mensch Machine’, their last important album, explored the relationship between man and technology.  Defini...view item »

Kraftwerk
Trans Europe Express

Simply the best album in the whole world. So many artists have been influenced by Kraftwerk - way too many to mention here + I'll no doubt inadvertantly miss some of them out. Repetitive lyrics, haunting melodies & highly addictive tracks. Buy this, you will not be disappointed!! After this, buy every album th...view item »

David Bowie
Hunky Dory

Parlophone reissued a range of David Bowie albums in the Five Years boxset in 2015: now these nice 180g vinyl versions are being released individually too. Hunky Dory is Bowie’s 1971 triumph, containing several of his most immortal songs, including ‘Changes’ and ‘Life on...view item »

David Bowie
ChangesTwoBowie

Calling all Bowie fans! The second half of the ChangesBowie compilation made available officially for the first time since the mid 80’s. Including Aladdin Sane, Starman, Ashes To Ashes, and  Wild Is The Wind it takes tracks from 1971 up to 1980. They have had a full remaste...view item »

David Bowie
Aladdin Sane

Parlophone reissued a range of David Bowie albums in the Five Years boxset in 2015: now these nice 180g vinyl versions are being released individually too. Aladdin Sane followed up Ziggy Stardust, and is hence the first Bowie record made whilst already a success. Includes ‘The Je...view item »

Pet Shop Boys
Actually

Actually was the second album by ‘80s synth-pop duo Pet Shop Boys, and like it’s predecessor, Please, it’s crammed with hits. It’s A Sin, Rent, Heart and What Have I Done To Deserve This? all feature. The latter featured vocals from Dusty Springfield and began a reawaken...view item »

Pet Shop Boys
Introspective

1988’s Introspective saw Pet Shop Boys approach the album format a little differently - certainly for a pop album. Each of its six tracks were epic in length, and the ones chosen for singles had to be edited down somewhat. Their new sound was overseen by Trevor Horn, the first time he’d prod...view item »

Pet Shop Boys
Please

Pet Shop Boys made a big noise on the club scene with their debut single West End Girls, however, it was the re-recorded version that got them noticed by the record buying public. The number one hit, with lyrics inspired by hip-hop and TS Eliot, set them apart from other acts and cemented the duo as chart stars throughout the &l...view item »

David Bowie
Heroes

Anyone who hasn’t previously had the chance to pick up some of the key David Bowie albums doesn’t have to worry any more, as Parlophone are furnishing us with some fine new reissues of the great man’s Berlin period! ...view item »

David Bowie
Stage (2017 Edition)

Wanna hear what it would have been like to see David Bowie play on his 1978 world tour? Stage was released that same year (although later reissues like this one include a f...view item »

David Bowie
Scary Monsters (and Super Creeps)

Scary Monsters (and Super Creeps) is Bowie at the dawn of the 80’s, trying to produce a more commercial sound than the preceding Berlin records, although Robert Fripp and his magic guitar are still in the ...view item »

David Bowie
Lodger

Lodger is the third and final entry in David Bowie’s late 70’s ‘Berlin’ trilogy, featuring his continued Brian Eno and ...view item »

David Bowie
Low

You’d be a fool to try and pick out a ‘most classic’ album from the hefty David Bowie discography, but it you did, Low would be a very good shout. The 197...view item »

David Bowie
The Man Who Sold The World

Parlophone remastered and reissued a range of David Bowie albums in the Five Years boxset in 2015: now these versions are being released individually too. The Man Who Sold The World has a strong claim to being both the first glam rock record and the album on which David Jones truly became ...view item »

David Bowie
Pin Ups

Parlophone reissued a range of David Bowie albums in the Five Years boxset in 2015: now these nice 180g vinyl versions are being released individually too. Pin Ups, released in 1973, finds Bowie covering a number of his 60’s favourites, including tracks by The Who and ...view item »

David Bowie
The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and The Spiders From Mars

Parlophone reissued a range of David Bowie albums in the Five Years boxset in 2015: now these nice 180g vinyl versions are being released individually too. The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars needs no introduction, being one of the best-known albums of an enormous cultural icon. This r...view item »

Stereophonics
Scream Above The Sounds

Bad news for people who like music in that Stereophonics have a new record out. Better news though for the millions of fans that follow sandpaper-voiced imp Kelly Jones and his merry crew. Expect more examples of catchy-despite-themselves singalong choruses, lyrics seemingly written by a 12 year old and Tesco produced hugely suc...view item »

Pet Shop Boys
Yes (Remastered Edition)

The masterful Pet Shop Boys continue their Catalogue: 1985-2012 series of album reissues with Yes from 2009. As well as remastered audio, this release (in CD edition) comes with two whole bonus discs of alternate mixes, demos, unreleased material, and even a special medley for the Brits! What a wealth of pop ma...view item »

Pet Shop Boys
Elysium (Remastered Edition)

Pop heroes Pet Shop Boys continue their Catalogue: 1985-2012 series of album reissues with Elysium from 2012, which was produced with Kanye West producer Andrew Dawson.. These LP and CD reissue packages come with a lusciously produced suite of extensive liner notes and archive ...view item »

David Bowie
A New Career In A New Town (1977 – 1982)

Calling all very rich Bowie fans, you are in for a treat. This collection compiles all his albums between 1977 and 1982 which of course takes in his now classic 'Berlin Trilogy'. Not only that but 'Lodger' has been remixed by Tony Visconti and includes a bonus collection of single versions, non-album singles, b-sides and songs featured on soundt...view item »

Gorillaz
Gorillaz

Despite the similarities between Albarn's main gig and his contributions here, Gorillaz isn't an Albarn solo album in disguise; Nakamura's bass- and beat-oriented production gives the album an authentically dub and hip-hop-inspired feel, particularly on "Rock the House" and "Tomorrow Comes Today." Likewise, Del tha Funkee Homosapien, Miho Hatori...view item »

Rat Boy
Scum

“Homer, are we in some sort of fiduciary trouble?” “Oh, Marge, my loyal wife. Of course not. And Lisa, my little princess. And who could forget dear Rat Boy?” “Rat Boy? I resent that.” “Rat Boy, I told you before. Stop gnawing on the copy of Slaves...view item »

David Bowie
Legacy

Although you might reckon that the world is quite well stocked with David Bowie best-of compilations already, this one is new to 2016 and therefore includes two songs from Blackstar! The other unique feature is an unreleased mix of ‘Life on Mars?’: oooh. And of course, four vinyl sides packed full of familia...view item »

Coldplay
Kaleidoscope EP

Once post-Britpop and sad but now firmly fluorescent anthem merchants, Coldplay and their "allthiest" frontman Chris Martin bring out a new EP that shows just what the big time has done to them. A live version of a hit with The Chainsmokers plus new tracks "All I Can Think About Is You" and "...view item »

Pet Shop Boys
Fundamental

Good lord, a comprehensive series of Pet Shop Boys reissues! The pop heroes are giving every album a remastered reissue, pairing each record’s CD edition with an extra disc of Further Listening: demos, alternate remixes and other rarities from the period, m...view item »

Pet Shop Boys
Release

Good lord, a comprehensive series of Pet Shop Boys reissues! The pop heroes are giving every album a remastered reissue, pairing each record’s CD edition with some Further Listening: demos, alternate remixes and other rarities from the period, some of which have never been released! Release, from 2002, ac...view item »

Pet Shop Boys
Nightlife

Good lord, a comprehensive series of Pet Shop Boys reissues! The pop heroes are giving every album a remastered reissue, pairing each record’s CD edition with an extra disc of Further Listening: demos, alternate remixes and other rarities from the period, some of which have never been released! Nightlife,...view item »

David Bowie
Cracked Actor (Live Los Angeles '74)

This high-quality live recording of David Bowie circa 1974 was released for the very first time this Record Store Day: now it makes the transition from the triple LP to the double CD format. Cracked Actor (Live Los Angeles ‘74) is from a significant point in Bowie’s career, and features all ...view item »

Kraftwerk
3-D: The Catalogue

If you didn’t snatch a ticket to one of Kraftwerk’s 3-D live shows this summer, you can make it up to yourself with this piece of documentation! 3-D: The Catalogue is available in five different formats, ranging from DVD and LP versions of highlights from the tour setlist to vinyl, CD and Blu-Ray bo...view item »

David Bowie
David Bowie aka Space Oddity

Parlophone reissued a range of David Bowie albums in the Five Years boxset in 2015: now these nice 180g vinyl versions are being released individually too. Here is Bowie’s second album under his stage name, released in 1969. Along with early folk-Bowie, it also provides the first ...view item »

Paul Weller
A Kind Revolution

A Kind Revolution is Paul Weller’s 13th studio album and in celebration of the 40th anniversary of his first full length it has been released on a load of formats plus an incredible deluxe vinyl box set spread over 5 10” vinyls with individual artwork. Well er is still going strong and shows many youngsters ...view item »

Gorillaz
Humanz

Damon Albarn and his Gorillaz return in full effect with their fifth album and follow up to 2010’s Plastic Beach. Boasting an incredible list of featured artists including Vince Staples, De La Soul, Danny Brown, Benjamin Clementine...view item »

Paul Weller
Jawbone (Music From The Film)

A surprising move from an old hand here, as Paul Weller produces a film soundtrack for the first time ever. Better still, the old mod rocker manages to overcome old habits for Jawbone’s OST: the key track is a twenty-one minute abstract collage of weird guitars and synths! Along with some more traditional songs, i...view item »

Bat For Lashes
If I Knew / In Your Bed

Two new tracks from Bat For Lashes most recent album The Bride, released as a double A-side 7” single. If I Knew is a tenderly dramatic piano ballad, while In Your Bed broadens the instrumentation somewhat for an intimate song of longing. Natasha Khan has a lot of charisma in her...view item »

David Bowie
Live Nassau Coliseum '76

The great records of David Bowie live on, with a slew of reissues coming out on Parlophone. Live Nassau Coliseum ‘76 was previously only available as part of a deluxe edition reissue of Station To Station, which was released in that same year. So you get that album’s amazing material mixed...view item »

David Bowie
Young Americans

David Bowie lives on, with a whole bunch of reissues coming out on Parlophone. 1975’s Young Americans is the prime example of Bowie in ‘plastic soul’ mode, successfully mixing funky American styles with his strange white Englishness. Features ‘Fame’, ‘Across The ...view item »

David Bowie
Station To Station

The records of the great  David Bowie live on, with several of reissues on Parlophone. 1976’s Station To Station is an entirely crucial piece of the Bowie canon, combining the funky soul he’d just be exploring with the German experimentalism he was about to dive headlong into. The ...view item »

David Bowie
Diamond Dogs

A year or so on from his untimely (or timely depending on your take on things) death here we have a bunch of re-issues from the earlier part of the great man's career. Diamond Dogs was his eighth studio album which was inspired by Orwell's 1984. Here Bowie produced a glammy vision of a post apocalyptic world. As always Bowie moved on sw...view item »

VANT
Dumb Blood

Here is the debut album from VANT, a new alternative rock band with punk flavours. Dumb Blood is polished enough for a few tracks to have a good stab at achieving festival anthem status, but the band’s bite remains. And if you really dig these guys, a deluxe double CD version is also available, featuring nine addi...view item »

VANT
Peace & Love

It feels like VANT have roots in harsher, less polished punk music, however the way their stuff comes out it sounds like they're inspired by the pop punk of Jimmy Eat World, the indie rock stylings of Palma Violets, and in terms of this single, the hippie-ish style and l...view item »

Two Door Cinema Club
Gameshow

Indie rock cannon fodder Two Door Cinema Club still exist, why not, and their new record Gameshow will appease fans of their clean, pop-oriented songwriting while introducing little ripples in the sound that characterised predecessor Beacon. Remixes and stuff if you go deluxe, otherwise just carr...view item »

VANT
Karma Seeker

VANT sound like an enthusiastic bunch of lads, playing a kind of indie that has strong poppy melodies and a shade of garage grit in the sound. No space is wasted on Karma Seeker: after the single and the main B-side (‘Welcome To The Wonderful World Of Berners Lee’) comes a quick extra song that lasts just 22...view item »

Bat For Lashes
The Bride

After time spent dabbling with the Sexwitch side-project, Natasha Khan returns to her original moniker for the first Bats For Lashes album in 4 years. At the core of the record is the dark tale of The Bride, a figure whose husband-to-be is killed in a car crash: a suitable narrative for...view item »

VANT
Parking Lot / The Answer

‘90s influenced melodic, indie-rock band Vant have been touted as a band to keep an eye on. The London four-piece’s mix of attitude, aptitude and pop-grunge sound has certainly created a buzz with Parking Lot making the Radio 1 playlist. Parking Lot / The Answer is available on 7” single on Pa...view item »

David Bowie
Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars (The Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Ziggy Stardust: The Motion Picture is the video documentation of the legendary final gig of David Bowie’s Ziggy Stardust period: the one where he surprised everyone, including The Spiders From Mars, by closing the whole thing down. Needless to say, it's a pretty special show, and the soundtrack au...view item »

David Bowie
ChangesOneBowie

ChangesOneBowie was the first David Bowie retrospective to be released and contained his best material from 1969 - 1976. It is reissued on vinyl and CD to mark the 40th anniversary of its original release. The compilation highlights how, in just seven years, Bowie was able to reinvent his sound and style several times....view item »

VANT
Fly By Alien

VANT’s single Fly By Alien is a high energy pop-grunge / pop-punk tune about an extraterrestrial encounter that leaves humanity with a message: something to think about there. Record Store Day 2016 stock, with very limited quantities available. Pressed to alien-style luminous vinyl, on Parlophone....view item »

Paul Weller
I'm Where I Should Be

Paul Weller’s latest album was Saturns Pattern, and I’m Where I Should Be is the third single to be taken from it. Weller’s been in the game long enough that both we and he know what a Paul Weller song should sound like: accordingly, this track does land just ...view item »

Paul Weller
Pick It Up

The Modfather, Paul Weller has yet again acheived great critical and commercial success with his 12th studio album Saturns Pattern. Pick it Up is the latest single to be taken from Saturns Pattern to coincide with his tour and is backed with the non-LP version of the track, Pick it Up Dub...view item »

Richard Hawley
I Still Want You

Mmmmm, drink in that rich baritone… Richard Hawley is in full-on grizzled romantic mode for I Still Want You, a single taken from his recent Hollow Meadows album. He continues to pull off the trick of sounding totally classic without being regressive. The only thing that lets down this 7” is the ve...view item »

Richard Hawley
Heart Of Oak

Everyone’s favourite Sheffield rock-songcrafter Richard Hawley has a new album forthcoming, titled Hollow Meadows. To preview it, we have this single, Heart Of Oak, which has the poetic croon and the stylish guitar you’d expect from Hawley. The B-side is exclusive to this 7” t...view item »

David Bowie
Five Years 1969 – 1973

Just when you thought you had a comprehensive David Bowie collection… Along comes Five Years 1969 - 1973, a colossal box-set covering the first ten albums the man made, plus a new double disc compilation of rare material from the period and a nice book. Available as a CD collection, or as thirteen 180g vinyl reco...view item »

Paul Weller
Going My Way

Going My Way is a single taken from Paul Weller’s latest album, Saturn’s Pattern, jaunting along between tender quiet piano-led parts and bouncier bits. He even gets a small choir to join in towards the end. The B-side, ‘I Spy’, is exclusive to this release, not appearing on the album. 7...view item »

Richard Hawley
Hollow Meadows

Sheffield’s favourite classic-style rock singer-songwriter Richard Hawley returns to your stereos with Hollow Meadows, album number eight in his oeuvre. Hawley broods and ponders on mature subject matter, backed by arrangements both richly orchestral and grittily direct (especially when Ha...view item »

Blur
The Magic Whip

The first album from Blur in twelve years, born from a chance cancellation of a gig back in 2013, much to the disappointment of fans at the time but to their unbridled bouncy joy today. With original members Graham Coxon, Damon Albarn, Alex James and Dave Rowntree, returned from cheese dreams and high musical art to produce the ...view item »

Paul Weller
Saturns Pattern

Saturns Pattern is Paul Weller’s eleventh solo studio album but his first for the Parlophone label. Weller describes the album as being different to everything else he’s done and different to all other music that currently exists. I’m sure fans of the Modfather will love it though, with a dose of the u...view item »

Wu-Tang Clan
A Better Tomorrow

After years of putting it off and asking each member if it's gonna happen -- and RZA saying it'd only happen if he had the freedom to do whatever he wanted and take the project wherever he could -- the Wu-Tang announced not one album, but two (though you'd have to be earning a lot more right now to own the second). ...view item »

Damon Albarn
Everyday Robots

Ex-Blur frontman and the real life human being behind the music of Gorillaz, Damon Albarn has been toying with solo ventures for a minute now, having been commissioned for modern operas and other neo-classical missions. 'Everyday Robots' is Albarn tinkering with the conventions of a standard singer-songwriter record, with electronic flourishes, ...view item »

Morrissey
Your Arsenal (Definitive Album Master)

If you're a fan of Morrissey, you know he usually botches his re-issues quite badly. You have deleted tracks, parts of songs edited out, wrong-era photographs for the artwork, illogical tracklistings, and flimsy packaging. When I first heard that "Your Arsenal" was to be remastered and re-issued, I braced for the ...view item »

Radiohead
Hail To The Thief

Radiohead’s ‘everything but the kitchen sink’ album, Hail to the Thief saw the obstinate Oxonians leaving behind a fair bit of the bleakness of the Kid A and Amnesiac period in favour of a lighter, rockier style. With fourteen songs altogether pushing an hour, it’s a wobbly fell...view item »

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