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Travis Scott
Astroworld

Travis Scott’s name may sound like one of those overly patriotic new country singers but I can assure you that he is something quite different. The US rapper, singer and producer has been bothering top 10s all over the place with his single Sicko Mode, so why not check out his third album, Astroworld? Double LP on Epic.
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Travis Scott
Birds In The Trap Sing McKnight

Birds In The Trap Sing McKnight was the second album by US rapper Travis Scott, or Travi$ Scott to his friends. It was originally released in 2016. The album features an impressive guest cast including Kendrick Lamar, The Weeknd, Andre 3000, Kid Cudi, Cassie, Nav and Young Thug. 2LP on Epic/Grand Hustle.
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Fiona Apple
Fetch The Bolt Cutters

Fetch The Bolt Cutters is the fifth album by American singer / songwriter Fiona Apple. She doesn’t release albums very often and this has been in the works for 5 years and is her first release in eight years. It has met with great critical acclaim (it received the first perfect score from one Pitchfork Media in a decade) and whilst she may get lumped in with the likes of Tori Amos, in truth, this sounds like nothing else you’ve ever heard. 
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A Tribe Called Quest
We Got It From Here... Thank You 4 Your Service

East Coast icons A Tribe Called Quest return after disbanding almost twenty years ago. Somehow they manage to sound as dynamic, funky and angry as during their prime. We Got it From Here...Thank You 4 Your Service is a vibrant double vinyl LP of old-school charm, dense rhymes and forward-thinking beats. 
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  • Epic

Rage Against The Machine
Evil Empire

The sophomore LP from serial establishment-botherers Rage Against The Machine gets reissued. Given that the title of 1996’s Evil Empire refers to Reaganite slander of the Soviet Union and ‘Bulls On Parade’ deals with violence and wall-building at the U.S.-Mexican border, this feels like a timely re-pressing from Epic Records. This is a Rage record so even if you've not heard it before you can probably guess what it sounds like.

Screaming Trees
Sweet Oblivion

Screaming Trees were of course the birthplace for whiskey-soaked everywhere man Mark Lanegan but were also vital players in the Seattle grunge scene even if they didn't get the same mainstream success as Nirvana and Pearl Jam. Sweet Oblivion was their most successful album and had its own hit single in Nearly Lost You. Now nicely re-issued to celebrate its 25th anniversary.  

Michael Jackson
Thriller

If you've not already bought the standard vinyl for 1p at a charity shop at any time over the last twenty years then now is the time to catch to with what Michael Jackson was doing in 1982 on this special picture disc edition. He was, of course, becoming the 'king of pop' with this multi squillion selling opus which remains the best selling record of all time. It's also good, especially the B side which just shows that you don't have to front load albums to be successful. 
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  • Epic

Future
HNDRXX

Future’s early 2017 album HNDRXX, which you can pronounce Hendrix if you like, gets a nice vinyl pressing here, courtesy of Epic. The album is fully stocked with cutting edge 2017 hip-hop-pop, with a huge list of producers representing the cream of the current scene. Plus guest vocals from The Weeknd and Rihanna! Double LP.
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Future
Future

Future presents Future, his present album, on bumper 2LP format via Epic. As with past Future releases, the Atlanta rapper presents various characteristic techniques, such as autotune-heavy vocals and trap backing tracks, which fashionably persist in the present, and appear set to continue to do so well into the future. While the hooks are groovy and Future’s delivery is quite light, there’s also something uneasy, even oppressive about the droning intensity of many of the tracks. That’s the present for you!
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  • Epic

Misty Miller
The Whole Family Is Worried

Brixton resident Misty Miller has a classic mid-2000’s indie-rock sound with lashings of pop-punk and a grungy vocal attitude. Quite the change from some of her previous folksy music: pretty good going to have had a total style overhaul by age 21. The Whole Family Is Worried is a strong set, out on the Epic label.
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Woodchuck EP

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Eve's Plum
Envy

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Kasabian
Empire - BIG PROMO POSTER

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Super Furry Animals
Golden Retriever

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Screaming Trees
Dollar Bill

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Rage Against The Machine
Renegades

Awwwh yeah! Uhh! Damn! Get yourself the hell up! We gonna unite and fight! Agents of change! Gotta be the revolutionary generation! Damn we gotta break the chains! Get up, son! Gotta unite in solidarity! Awwwwwwwh yeah! Uhhh! This is a re-press of the final full-length from the band who invented counter-culture. All jokes aside, Rage Against The Machine were actually really good. Renegades might be a covers album but it still slays - there aren't many other bands out there who can do passable versions of tunes by both Bob Dylan and Eric B & Rakim. That said … Awwwwwwwh yeah! Sh*t! Woah! Uhh! Come awwnn! Get the hell up! Yeahhh! Uhh!

Rage Against The Machine
The Battle Of Los Angeles

Not too much more to say about this one. The Battle Of Los Angeles, the third studio LP by revolutionary thought’s very own Rage Against The Machine, is one of those rare records that can claim to have been both lavished with critical praise and purchased by millions upon millions of people. Both Time and Rolling Stone named it their album of the year when it was first released in 1999. Now Epic have given it a re-press. This is the one with ‘Guerilla Radio’ on it.

Ben Folds Five
Battle Of Who Could Care Less

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Peaches
Set It off

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Front 242
Religion

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Modest Mouse
No One's First, And You're Next

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Godfathers
Birth School Work Death

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Modest Mouse
Satellite Skin

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Super Furry Animals
Hello Sunshine

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Cheap Trick
Cheap Trick

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Scouting For Girls
Scouting For Girls

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Manic Street Preachers
Masses Against The Classes

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Scouting For Girls
It's Not About You

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Audioslave
Original Fire

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Big Sur
Desert Song

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