More April pre-orders

As The Day We Don't Mention gets ever closer, let's take a look at all the other stuff that has battled past the manufacturing clog ups. Plenty of good things too. Every day is Record Shop Day here at Normans.  
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A Giant Dog
Pile

A Giant Dog are a Texas outfit who boldly bring back the glory days of glam rock, splashing sequins and sparkles all over the place with their riff-centric boogies. Plus, lyrics that can be favourably compared to Sparks! Pile is their third full-length, and you know what? It sounds like they are on a roll. Released by Merge.

Alan Silvestri
Back To The Future - Complete Original Score

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Alan Silvestri
Back To The Future II - Complete Original Score

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Alan Silvestri
Back To The Future III - Complete Original Score

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Andy Stott
Too Many Voices

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Bert Jansch
Birthday Blues

Hey there Bert, I know the feeling. You've just turned twenty-one and you're hoping for a loving appraisal from all your friends, but instead you end up eating pizza and watching The Room in bed. Birthdays, huh? Initially released in 1969, 'Birthday Blues' sees Bert Jansch make slight modifications to the jazz-folk sound apparent in his band The Pentangle, toying with off-kilter instrumentation and also tributing his love of blues. Nice to hear a legend work things out, isn't it?

Bonny Billy
More Revery

More Revery is a lesser-known 2000-era Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy album, which found him stowing his band away to cover an array of favourite songs. All sorts of genres are drawn in and made Bonnie: PJ Harvey, Tim McGraw and Bill Withers are all represented here. This rare collection is now available on vinyl from Temporary Residence.

Britta Phillips
Luck or Magic

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Captain Beefheart & The Magic Band
The Spotlight Kid

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Captain Beefheart & The Magic Band
Clear Spot

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Captain Beefheart & The Magic Band
Lick My Decals Off, Baby

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Car Seat Headrest
Teens of Denial

Car Seat Headrest is the project of a man (Will Toledo) who is only 23; and yet this is his thirteenth album under the name. With a production ethic like that you know Toledo isn’t messing around, and indeed Teens Of Denial goes straight for the jugular with slacker-punk swagger. And, as the first Car Seat Headrest album to be recorded in proper studio, it sounds great. On Matador.

Cate Le Bon
Crab Day

Cate Le Bon’s fourth album Crab Day is a record of the Pacific Ocean, near which it was conceived of and recorded. The atmosphere clearly had an impact, as Cate and her band all sound loose and chilled, as though the sea air and the sand in their feet has let them forget all else but the songs they are playing. Released by Turnstile.
  • Vinyl LP (TS022LP)
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cv313
Seconds to Forever [reshapes]

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Dick Diver
New Start Again

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Dr. Dog
The Psychedelic Swamp

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East Of Venus
Memory Box

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Egyptian Lover
1983–1988

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Fog
For Good

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Gate
Saturday Night Fever

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Hans Zimmer
The Milan Years

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Hideous Towns
EP

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Jesu / Sun Kil Moon
Jesu / Sun Kil Moon

This joint album from Sun Kil Moon and Jesu is the strangest and most natural of collaborations. The groups have different methods (Justin K Broadrick with abrasive post-metal and Mark Kozelek with acoustic ballads and dark wit) but on America's Most Wanted these combine alongside bleak textures and melancholy guitars. This CD album on Rough Trade and Caldo Verde Records also has an all-star cast of indie icons, from Bonnie "Prince" Billy, to Rachel Goswell of Slowdive.

John Foxx
Burning Car

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Klaus Johann Grobe
Spagat der Liebe

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Little Scream
Cult Following

Little Scream makes catchy indie electro-pop, the kind you can certainly shimmy to in your local discotheque. That said, some songs here go pretty deep and dark. Some of the guests on this record are pretty impressive: think Kyp Malone from TV On The Radio, Sharon Van Etten, and Mr Sufjan Stevens himself! Cult Following is out on Merge.

Mamiffer
The World Unseen

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Matthew Collings
A Requiem For Edward Snowden

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Neil Michael Hagerty & The Howling Hex
Denver

Neil Michael Hagerty has played with Royal Trux and Pussy Galore, but is now returning to his group The Howling Hex. Denver is a guitar-heavy garagey record where the band let the energy fly free: lots of fun. The album is available as an LP or as an alternately-mixed Denver: Approved for Indica Mix cassette tape. On Drag City.
  • Vinyl LP (DC641)
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Nick Waterhouse
I Got Lost (Old Place Pt I & II)

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Red House Painters
Old Ramon

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Samiyam
Animals Have Feelings

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Steve Gunn
Eyes On The Lines

Steve Gunn presents a sun-strained album of American songcraft, big on invented characters and the natural environment. The band he’s managed to assemble here is impressive: Norman harp favourite Mary Lattimore for starters, but also major talents like Nathan Bowles and Hans Chew. Eyes On The Lines is out on Matador Records.

Suzanne Ciani
Buchla Concerts 1975

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Terry Reid
The Other Side Of The River

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The Gasman
Aeriform

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The Heads
Enten-Eller

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The Limiñanas
Malamore

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Western Skies Motel
Settlers

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Yoni & Geti
Testarossa

Yoni & Geti are Yoni Wolf of Why? and Serengeti, and they’ve not been heard together since 2011. But now Testarossa is here, and it just so happens to be a narrative-heavy record, the pair telling the tale of 2 characters in a troubled relationship. This is told through deft flows and inventive beats, just as you’d expect from Mr Why?. On Joyful Noise.