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If you’re both a serious music lover and a savvy bargain hunter then our ‘Reduced’ section has what you’re looking for. There’s no better feeling than picking up a stellar record from an artist you love at a great price. We’ve got hundreds of 7”, 12”, LPs and CDs to choose from, covering every genre you can imagine. We’re always updating our reduced stock, so with NormanPoints on all orders and free UK shipping over £50 keep an eye out to see where you can save a quid or two.

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Geeez 'n Gosh
Nobody Knows

More crazy glitch-gospel from Geeez 'N' Gosh on his 2nd album, Nobody Knows. The gospel samples are a little longer, the beats more subdued. "We Call On Him" takes a microhouse-lite approach, incorporating a modulated beats to keep the rhythm, while "Pray" takes the filters to the single-word sample of the title. Closing with "I'm Determined (Je...view item »

Earl Zinger
Put Your Phasers on Stun

Ridiculous amounts of fun from Earl Zinger's debut. The humour comes to the forefront on "Escape From Ibiza," name-checking his downtempo-jazz-arch-nemesis, Rob Da Bank, (its sister track, "Got to Get to Ibiza" appears later), and on "Last Of The Great Bassline Hunters," which takes its topic only semi-seriously. There's also the excitement of t...view item »

Embrace
All You Good Good People

Embrace are one of those bands that are slightly unfairly maligned. Like Travis and Coldplay they're harmless and some of their earlier stuff is quite good but diminishing returns (or in Embrace's case, complete lack of evolution) and earnestness has hurt their reputation. Taken from their debut album The Good Will Out (which was one of...view item »

Scud Mountain Boys
The Essential..

The Scud Mountain Boys at their best are very good indeed so a compilation of their 'essential' recordings can be no bad thing. It's a great way to get into them, but you might as well buy their first three albums as everything here has been previously released. The first two, "Dance The Night Away" and "Pine Box" are available as a double CD ca...view item »

Mower
Mower

The Mower LP is catchy shouty noisy poppy punk indie pop. Great if you like that sort of thing. Not so great if you don't. I don't. It's on that bloke from Blur's Transcopic label and it comes in that brown packaging he seems to be ever so fond of. There's a degree of evil about this rele...view item »

Hopewell
The Angel Is My Watermark

Am really fond of the new Hopewell single. Sounds an awful lot like Mercury Rev but it would do as one of them is in them. A cracking single and if you like Mercury Rev you'd do no harm in checking this out cos I can guarantee you'll get a bit fruity with it. One to jump up and down on yo...view item »

Solarscape
Slow, Sad Truth

The Slow Sad Truth is a great album. It's really a shame that more people have not had a chance to listen to this album or, better yet, see them play live. I saw them play at a few music festivals way back when. Good times. It's always great to listen to music that straight up rocks and has well written lyrics. "Radio" and "Power Plant" would pr...view item »

The Busy Signals
Baby's First Beats

This is an absolutely splendid album that must be dragged out from the under the rug. People need to hear this music! Honestly, if a gem like Baby's First Beats was ever to get the marketing or publicity of a crappy pop act, it would be huge. The instrumentation is very sparse, relying very heavily on samples, perfectly layered like a big yummy ...view item »

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