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Black Friday

Black Friday is not just for people who enjoy falling over each other in Asda, queuing up for a vacuum cleaner they don't need. No, some records are being released to get you excited on the day. Well, not that excited, it's slim pickings compared to Record Store Day. But still worth a look. Here they are...
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Buzzcocks
Another Music In A Different Kitchen

The debut album by vitally important UK punks The Buzzcocks, reissued. Another Music in a Different Kitchen tears straight through 11 songs, immediately establishing that this was a band to get excited about upon original release in 1978. Now livingly restored and remastered from the original tapes. Even more exciting than that is that it comes with a carrier bag.   

Jay Electronica
Exhibit A+C

Jay Electronica’s Exhibit C has proved so successful that it has been covered by stacks of his peers (Mos Def, Lil B, Bobby Creekwater anyone?), but the single has only ever been released digitally before. No longer however, as Mass Appeal have now pressed Exhibits A and C (plus their gorgeously soulful instrumentals) to a handsome picture disc.

Jeff Buckley / Sly & The Family Stone
Everyday People

Thought you were familiar with all the material Jeff Buckley recorded in his brief career didn’t you? Well you were wrong: a forthcoming compilation gathers together a selection of previously unheard covers, and this single pairs his take on Sly & The Family Stone’s Everyday People with Sly’s original version. 7” vinyl.

Johnny Cash
Man In Black: Live in Denmark 1971

Johnny Cash dropped into Denmark on his international tour of 1971, and his crowd-delighting set has been captured for posterity. Man In Black: Live In Denmark 1971 has all your favourite numbers, as well as several duets with June Carter Cash and a gospel section with The Carter Family. 1st time LP release on red and white vinyl, on Legacy.

Neil Hefti
Batman Theme / The Batusi

We all known Neil Hefti’s essential Batman theme from the 1960’s Adam West series: why, it’s even been covered by Sun Ra. This release on Legacy presses up the groovy original single to 7” again for the first time in too long, backed with B-side ‘The Batusi’. Pressed to yellow vinyl, in a limited edition on Legacy.

The Jesus & Mary Chain
Barbed Wire Kisses (B-Sides and More)

Timely vinyl reissue of a 1988 early singles, b-sides and rarities compilation by seminal indie rock provocateurs, The Jesus and Mary Chain. Showcasing the many sides of the band with trashy pop, sultry surf, moody acoustic numbers and searing walls of noise- a great introduction to the band and a must have for devotees.

The Kooks
Inside In / Inside Out (Live At Abbey Road)

It has been nigh on a decade since the release of the first Kooks album Inside In / Inside Out (really? wow). It has also been about 10 years since the band were given the keys to Abbey Road studios to record a set of live acoustic versions of the record, and that’s what we hear here, released as stand-alone vinyl for the first time in the UK. On Virgin.

The Maccabees
Marks To Prove It

Marks To Prove It is the fourth album produced by indie rock group The Maccabees, following a three year gap. All the hallmarks are still in place though, don’t worry: omnipresent guitars and choruses that are probably anthemic or something. This was available on lots of different colours of vinyl but it's just available on black now.

Various
Transformers The Movie - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

A fun nostalgia trip here for fans of the original 1986 Transformers film (none of that modern Micheal Bay stuff here). It would be fair to say that this original soundtrack, mostly performed by Stan Bush and Vince DiCola, is marked by its era: enormous glam-metal sounds from the heart of the 80’s. Remastered double LP on Legacy, in a ‘transforming’ gatefold sleeve.