1972 Records Vinyl, CD & tapes from this label at Norman Records

Bestselling artists on 1972 Records this year: Maximum Joy

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Maximum Joy
Station M.X.J.Y.

Maximum Joy were one of the mainstays of the multicultural punk funk that emerged from Bristol in the late '70s and early '80s. The group made an experimental but dancefloor friendly amalgamation of dub, funk, soul and jazz. Station M.X.J.Y was their only album in their (initial) lifetime and is here presented on red vinyl in a small edition of 500 copies. 
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  • 1972 Records

Breathless
Glass Bead Game

Glass Bead Game was the debut album from long running dream pop band Breathless. For the uninitiated, their sound is akin to that released on many a 4AD record in the '80s (singer Dom Appleton guested on This Mortal Coil records) and is often compared to the likes of Cocteau Twins and the Cure. Long out of print, this hidden classic is back out on 1972 records. 
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  • 1972 Records

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