Reasons to shop with us » 0113 245 4399

  • Apollo / AMB1506CD / AMB1506LP
  • Add Nadine Shah to your favourites
  • Add Apollo to your favourites
1 review »

Transparent red vinyl LP on Apollo. Sophomore album from Nadine Shah which she wrote the entirety of in two months, with in studio contributions with Pete Johnson (I am Kloot) it’s a brooding smoke-filled  affair. For fans of PJ Harvey, Nick Cave, The National and there maybe a bit of Scott Walker in there as well.

SoundCloud There is a sound clip for this item but you need to accept our functional cookies to hear it. Sorry!

  • CD £11.49
  • Not in stock / Usually ships in 2-5 days ?
  • Shipping cost: £1.00 ?
  • NormanPoints: 115 ?
  • AMB1506CD / CD on Apollo

This item needs to be ordered in from a supplier.
Usually ships in 2-5 days but delays are possible.

  • LP £13.99
  • Sold out.
  • Shipping cost: n/a
  • NormanPoints: n/a
  • AMB1506LP
  • AMB1506LP / Transparent red coloured vinyl LP on Apollo

Sold out. If you have recently ordered it and it is delayed, please check our order tracking tool for more information before trying to contact us.


Fast Food by Nadine Shah
1 review. Add your own review.
9 people love this record. Be the 10th!
8/10 Clinton Staff review, 01 April 2015

This is a very good record. I’ve never been a massive fan of PJ Harvey but it’s probably best if I use her as a mind numbingly obvious reference point to get you started. Nadine Shah, however is a more palatable proposition  - injecting her songs with sweet choruses and a myriad of useful hooks to claw you in.

If you’ve had one ear on the radio over the past few weeks you’ll have heard ‘Fool’  - a wonderfully dark pop tune with Joey Santiago style guitars and a blossoming chorus. This ain’t no one song wonder though, throughout there are nuggets of grunge-inspired gold. It’s true that ‘90’s influences from Liz Phair to Nirvana to Nick Cave are easy to spot but Shah creates something new out of the murk.  ‘Nothing Else to Do’ recalls the world of Jane Weaver back in her  Misty Dixon guise and I’m reminded plenty of the wonderful Josephine Wiggs album of the mid ‘90’s. In other words it’s darkly gothic cinematic pop that keeps on giving.

‘Washed Up’ has a Siouxie-ish vibe with skirling rain drenched John McGeoch guitars whilst ‘The Gin One’ is a wonderful black-clad hymn with shards of fantastic post punk guitars cutting in abruptly. The fact that these two songs come towards the end of the album exemplify that it’s a work to be listened to a whole and that the quality never lets up.  


There is a video clip for this item, but you need to accept our functional cookies to see it. Sorry!



Get alerted to new stock from this artist / label.

Your email address will not be abused or shared.

We use cookies and we send emails. (You can always change your mind later.)