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Blonde On Blonde
Rebirth

Blonde On Blonde were a Welsh psychedelic / prog band active for a couple of years from the late 60’s on. Their second album, Rebirth, has been allowed to sink into obscurity, with this being the very first time it has been officially reissued on vinyl. High energy melodic super-rock: what’s not to like? Rei...view item »

Polonio
Acaricia La Manana

Eduardo Polonio was one of the pioneers of electronic music in Spain, performing as early as 1970 in groups like Grupo Alea Electrónica Libre and Laboratorio Phonos. Acaricia La Manana...view item »
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The Cramps
Songs The Lord Taught Us

The Cramps are very polarising. Most people hate the very concept of them and loathe their existence. But if the idea of rockin' monsters, a big rockabilly beat, and the rantings of a wildman sound like something you'd be interested in, then this record is the place to start. Songs the Lord Taught Us was the debut album by the Cramps, following ...view item »
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Five Or Six
Cantame Esa Cancion Que Dice, Yeah, Yeah, Yeah

Five or Six were one of the most unheralded bands to emerge in the post-punk era. They had the opening track on the legendary 'Pillows and Prayers' compilation on Cherry Red but their debut was for some unfathomable reason only released in Spain. They join the dots between Joy Division, This Heat and Wire and this first ever re-issue of the...view item »

The Nightingales
Pigs On Purpose

I was thinking this was a new album but, as usual,  I was hopelessly wrong. Our resident Nightingales expert Brian informs me this dates from 1982 and is a re-issue so just a few quick words. Very much in your strummy scratchy Josef K style with gnarled, angry vocals rating about this and that. There is...view item »

The Green Pajamas
The Summer of Lust

Remember cassette tapes? Sure you do. The joy of taping stuff of the radio when John Peel was on. The anger of having to sprint from one side of the room to the other while your tape deck chewed through your copy of the latest psychedelic pop band. Thirty years after their release on cassette, here’s The Green Pajamas albu...view item »
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Spectrum
Soul Kiss (Glide Divine)

Ah, a reissue of this beauty at last! I really wasnt sure about this one back in 1992. Still hurting a bit from the breakup of Spacemen 3 I thought that Sonic was headed into obscurity and worse. I was thankfully very wrong and here we are 21 years later with Sonic touring Europe constantly and putting out a more...view item »
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Sonic Boom
Spectrum

As a member of Spacemen 3, Pete Kember, aka Sonic Boom made space rock that took its cues from Suicide and The Velvet Underground. Spectrum was his first solo album since the demise of the seminal band and served to placate his pop sensibilities. His trademark cosmic hy...view item »
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Public Image Limited
First Issue

Following the demise of the much lauded, game changing punk-rock pioneers The Sex Pistols Johnny Rotten sought to undo some of the preconceptions his audience (and the wider public in general) may have had about him when choosing the configuration and direction of his new outfit PiL. No longer would he be known as Johnny Rotten revert...view item »
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The Three O'Clock
Sixteen Tambourines

The Three O'Clock (a name surely inspired by the Strawberry Alarm Clock) was one of the best alternative bands of the '80s. A central member of Los Angeles's "Paisley Underground," the group channeled the sounds of sunshine pop-era groups such as the Monkees, ...view item »
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Television
Television

Compared with Marquee Moon and Adventure, I admit this one does tend to pale. Keep in mind though that the earlier albums were also two of the finest albums of their time and this album is by a band trying to get it together after a 12 year layoff. Call Mr. Lee is as good or better than anything from Verlaines solo career and In World, No Glamou...view item »
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