Latest reissues

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Added to site: Tuesday 26th March 2019
Added to site: Monday 25th March 2019

Akira Ishikawa
Back To Rhythm

Japanese funk drummer Akira Ishikawa dropped his most famous effort back in 1975. It wouldn’t be on our website if it didn’t have that special flair that makes certain records so attractive to collectors: high energy, a unique approach, and near-total obscurity. Back to Rhythm was pretty much impossible to find until this Mr Bongo reissue.

Various
Harde Smart : Flemish & Dutch Grooves From The 70's

Ever wondered what the Dutch language music of the 70s sounded like but didn't want to put the work in to find out? Do I have a compilation for you. Harde Smart features 21 tracks from the Holland and Flanders regions, which range from funk to soul to more jazz inflected cuts. These songs will be familiar to those who grew up with them, but can be enjoyed by anyone with a passing interest in that musical decade.

Sophia
Fixed Water

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Added to site: Friday 22nd March 2019

Ian Broudie
Tales Told

Ian Broudie’s The Lightning Seeds spawned a dazzling run of pure-pop hits in the Nineties, but when the band collapsed following their dismal 1999 outing Tilt, their frontman was left drifting. Released originally in 2004, Broudie’s stripped-down first solo outing Tales Told saw him reveal a very different side of his artistry, and now it’s released on vinyl for the first time.

Immigrant
Nation Of Immigrants

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Added to site: Thursday 21st March 2019

Theo Parrish / Marcellus Pittman
Essential Selections Vol. 1

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Theo Parrish / Marcellus Pittman
Essential Selections Vol. 2

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Frank Zappa & The Mothers of Invention
Weasels Ripped My Flesh

A brace of some of Frank Zappa’s many (many) albums are receiving heavyweight vinyl reissues from Universal. Weasels Ripped My Flesh is one of his best-loved albums with The Mothers Of Invention, being a frenzied blend-up of edited live recordings that refers to all sorts of experimental music modes in typically playful Zappa style. 180g vinyl reissue.

Bob Dylan
Bob Dylan

Bob Dylan is Bob Dylan’s first ever album, released way back in 1962 when no-one knew who this cat was (imagine that?!?). The tracklisting is mostly made up of traditional folk songs, with just two originals, meaning that you can really hear Dylan emerging from the folk tradition that made him. Vinyl reissue from Columbia.

Olafur Arnalds
Eulogy For Evolution 2017

Now very famous indeed composer Olafur Arnalds has gone back to his roots and reworked this his debut release with the help of friend Nils Frahm who took charge of the remastering. Seeing as though the original album transported the listener from birth to death we wonder if there's anything else that can be squeezed out here. Whatever it's a chance to revisit Arnalds at the beginning of his career arc.  

The Fall
The Rough Trade Singles

Superior Viaduct reissue a collection of seminal early singles from The Fall. All released in the first few years of the 1980s by Rough Trade, these eight studio originals and two live versions snapshot a band in their element. Mark E. Smith & co made so many essential pieces in their time, but even by The Fall’s standards the ten tunes here stand as some of the definitive band’s definitive work. Contains, among other things, ‘Totally Wired’.

Sea Bee
I Wanda Why?

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Nu Guinea
Nuova Napoli

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Elecktroids
Elektroworld

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Added to site: Wednesday 20th March 2019

John Lennon / Yoko Ono
Wedding Album

Wedding Album by John Lennon & Yoko Ono was released in 1969 and was universally panned upon its release. You do have to remember that The Beatles were still a going concern at the time and were famed for writing some of the greatest pop music known to man. This, as well as being the couple’s third album of experimental music was also the third shock that critics suffered from the Lennon canon and was probably too much for them to take. It’s probably a good time to re-evaluate such experimentation 50 years down the line, we’re more used to this kind of thing now.

Iron and Wine
Our Endless Numbered Days (Deluxe Edition)

He was oh so quiet then as if the beard was somehow muffling the sound of his voice and guitar. 15 years later and we are granted a deluxe edition with new artwork, a booklet and crucially 8 previously unreleased demos. A classic of its kind this was the first album Sam Beam used musicians other than himself but it still remains the quietest of journeys.   

Molly Nilsson
History

Molly Nilsson’s excellent 2011 LP History gets a reissue courtesy of Night School (Paper Dollhouse, Rose McDowall). For anyone who didn’t hear History the first time around, all you need to do is imagine a more groove-centric rendering of Zola Jesus’ magisterial synth-Goth sound. ‘City Of Atlantis’ also beats PC Music to the punch by about 3 years.

June Chikuma
Les Archives

‘Les Archives’ by June Chikuma is pure barmy joy. It’s a sound of stop-start mischief, layer upon layer of repetitious melody that can shift at any minute into some new configuration. Its experimentation that needs no academic essay accompaniment, just an ear open for the unconventional. This is an extraordinary record that has this almost grand sense of composition, while using a twisted video game set of tones.   

Aretha Franklin
Songs of Faith: Aretha Gospel

They're going back to her roots. Songs Of Faith: Aretha Gospel contains recordings of gospel songs made by Aretha Franklin when she was just 14. This album has been out of print on vinyl for years. A great historical document of a phenomenal talent in her formative years. 180g vinyl reissue on Universal. Features new artwork and essay by Aretha’s biographer David Ritz.
Added to site: Tuesday 19th March 2019

N.E.R.D
Seeing Sounds

Seeing Sounds was the third album by Pharrell Williams-led hip-hop-pop-rock-production duo N.E.R.D. This ain’t no ordinary vinyl version either - you get two bonus tracks! One of those tracks, a remix of Everyone Nose, features Kanye West, Pusha T and Lupe Fiasco. That’s a lot of ego for one track. 180g 2LP vinyl reissue on Universal.

King Kong Paradise
Atsuma Mo Samusam

Up until now the partnership that has been forged between Studio Mule and Johnny’s Disk Record has produced a slew of superb Japanese jazz reissues. However, for the latest edition the Mule Musiq offshoot have opted to re-press an LP that is something of an anomaly in the JDR catalogue. Atsuma Mo Samusam, a super-duper-rare 1984 record from King Kong Paradise, has just as much reggae, Balearia and new-wave in it as it does the jazz-fusion of King Kong Paradise's other albums. Think Second Circle and Beats In Space.

Mansun
Six

Could an album that covers sadism, scientology, and Winnie the Pooh be any good? That’s the question Mansun poses with their seminal (second, not 6th) album Six. We’ll let you be the judge. You can finally get your paws on a remastered release of this massive 1998 effort, which is pretty much the finest blueprint any late-stage progressive rock could ever ask for.

KT Tunstall
Eye To The Telescope

Way back in 2004 a wee Scottish lassie wowed TV viewers around the country with just a voice, acoustic guitar and a loop pedal. KT Tunstall made her debut on Later….with Jools Holland performing Black Horse And The Cherry Tree. The question is, was Ed Sheeran watching and is she to blame for his career? Anyway, the song came from her debut album Eye To The Telescope, which went on to sell bloody loads. 

Sonic Youth
NYC Ghosts & Flowers

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Added to site: Monday 18th March 2019

Aretha Franklin
Amazing Grace - The Complete Recordings

Amazing Grace is without a doubt Aretha Franklin’s greatest selling album, and as we reach the 50th anniversary, Rhino bring us something special. Recorded across two days in January of 1972 this special release holds the full recordings of both live shows that Aretha Franklin performed. Sheer soul gospel gold.

Pythagoron™
Pythagoron™

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Asian Dub Foundation
Rafi's Revenge

When I saw the name Asian Dub Foundation I thought, there’s a blast from the past. As it turns out they’re still going and successfully so. It seems I’ve just lost track. From having released 8 albums to turning down MBEs, they’ve never gone away. Their second album, Rafi’s Revenge is a quite literal blast from the past. An high-energy slab of punk-infused dub, rap and electronica, it was originally released in 1998 and shortlisted for the Mercury Music Prize. White vinyl 2LP and CD on London.

Dave-iD Busaras & Toshiyuki Hiraoka
Bushy Luxury (The Whole Story)

Dave-iD Busaras, he of Virgin Prunes fame, here gets down with Japanese electronician Toshiyuki Hiraoka for a wild old twenty track / fifteen track ride (the track listings differ across CD and vinyl formats, so carefully choose the one that best fits you!). Bushy Luxury (The Whole Story) is released by Easy Action.
Added to site: Friday 15th March 2019

Arthur Russell
World Of Echo

Here is a double vinyl remastered edition of Arthur Russell's masterwork 'World of Echo' which lest you've bought it before, now comes with revised artwork. This deeply meditative album contains the original album plus drum-less versions of some of his disco classics and four previously unreleased tracks. A must. 
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Tarentel
From Bone To Satellite (Deluxe Expanded Edition)

Originally released, and very quickly sold out, in 1999 now finally repressed by the guys at Temporary Residence. If you’re a fan of Mogwai, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, and Dorena you’ll love this. Includes the remastered original 7 tracks plus 6 bonus tracks of unreleased and rare material. A fair whack of instrumental post-rock for you.

Sun Ra and His Arkestra
Featuring Pharoah Sanders and Black Harold

This cracking 1964 live set from New York’s Judson Hall was released in 1976 and became one of the rarest El Saturn LPs. The 12-piece Arkestra features a young Pharoah Sanders sitting in on a for an absent John Gilmore, and flautist Black Harold shines on the vocalised solo The Voice of Pan. Overall the album captures Ra & co at a fertile transitional period and is strikingly varied, dynamic and vibrantly recorded. This new Superior Viaduct reissue restores the original cover art (unused on the ESP CD) and adds three tracks.
Added to site: Thursday 14th March 2019

Yung Lean
Unknown Death 2002

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Sonic Youth
Washing Machine

A return to in-print and on-vinyl status for a few Sonic Youth albums. 1995’s Washing Machine contains examples of the band in weirded 60’s girl-group mode (‘Little Trouble Girl’), as well as ‘The Diamond Sea’, the only 20+ minute, whole-side noise jams ever to make it to a ‘proper’ Sonic Youth studio album. Double LP reissue.

Kate Bush
The Other Sides

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Witching Waves
Fear Of Falling Down

London based Witching Waves are a post-punk/indie pop duo that trade in music influenced by the likes of Sonic Youth, Beat Happening and Tiger Trap. ‘Fear Of Falling Down’ is the band’s debut LP and is evocative of their DIY roots: recorded on to 8 track tape, their sound here is lo-fi but detailed, echoing 60s pop and garage with an obvious nod to the DIY underground. 

Look Blue Go Purple
Still Bewitched

Look Blue Go Purple are a great example of New Zealand’s 80’s underground indie scene. Released on Flying Nun, they had a wonderfully bright and fun sound. Here on Still Bewitched you’ve got all the tracks from all the EPs the band did, plus six nice live recordings that have never previously been issued! All served up on a double LP.

Gary Numan
I, Assassin

Hey Gary, I get the feeling you’re supposed to be hiding in the shadows but you appear to be standing in the light of streetlamp. You’ll get seen, y’know. However bad an assassin Gary Numan may make in reality doesn’t matter. What does matter is that we have spiffy reissue of his 4th solo album, I, Assassin, which was originally released in 1982. It contains the hits Music For Chameleons, White Boys and Heroes and We Take Mystery (To Bed). Green vinyl LP on Beggars Banquet.

Kreidler
Mosaik 2014


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Joy Division & New Order
Total (From Joy Division To New Order)

It’s never before been possible to study the trajectory of post-punk pioneers Joy Division and synth-rock sequel New Order in one sitting. The technology simply hasn’t been there. You’d need some kind of ‘play list’ - what a notion. But now, thanks to the latest developments, New Order are proud to present Total - a partial history of both.
Added to site: Wednesday 13th March 2019

Popol Vuh
Nosferatu

Werner Herzog and Popol Vuh had a wonderful and long-running creative relationship, Herzog’s curious cinematic visions matched with Popol Vuh’s exploratory (and consistently beautiful) instrumentals. Nosferatu actually contains two discs, with material that both soundtracked and was inspired by Herzog’s vampire picture. On spooky red and black transparent vinyl.

Faust
Faust

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Jean Dupuy
All Of The Time

Recital Program (Ian William Craig, Loren Connors) release a collection of recordings of the works of sound artist Jean Dupuy. A performer/painter/general artiste who has been working since the late ‘60s, Dupuy’s sonic works have done time in centres as prestigious as NYC’s MoMA. All Of The Time spans a period of 1969-2017 and proves a fine demonstration of the explorative found sound/experimental concrete practices that have made Dupuy so respected in his field.
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Humanoid
Stakker Humanoid

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Added to site: Tuesday 12th March 2019

YG
My Krazy Life

YG’s debut LP My Krazy Life was one of the surprise hits of 2014. Despite making a decent name for himself on the mixtape circuit and managing to rope in the likes of Drake and Kendrick Lamar for guest features, no-one could have expected to be this LP to be as massive as it was. However, the success of singles like ‘Left, Right’, ‘Who Do You Love?’ and all-time classic ‘My Nigga’ sent My Krazy Life and YG stratospheric. This reissue allows you to relive the DJ Mustard-powered record in full and also gives us bonus jam ‘459’.

Bohren & Der Club Of Gore
Beileid

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Tom Zé
Estudando O Samba

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Ragnar Grippe
Symphonic Songs

Swedish composer Ragnar Grippe gets an old collection released on Dais Records (Genesis Breyer P-Orridge And Thee Early Worm, SRSQ). Written in 1981 for an avant-garde theatre piece but only now seeing the light of day, Symphonic Songs finds Grippe marrying atonal Buchla experiments with a string section equal-parts Schnittke and Schoenberg. Artwork by Ascetic House founder J.S. Aurelius.
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Hot Water Music
The New What Next

Florida punk rock outfit Hot Water Music gifted their album The New What Next to the world in 2004, and now its back, in a nice new vinyl re-pressing. Notably this was the record where the band started bringing falsetto harmonies into their melodic emo-tinged songwriting. Reissued for the band’s 25th birthday by Epitaph.

Albert Ayler & Don Cherry
Vibrations

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Added to site: Monday 11th March 2019

Stratis
New Face

First ever vinyl reissue of Stratis' second album New Face. The Cologne duo channel the sort of rigid industrial early electronic music you'd associate with Chris & Cosey and Vangelis. Accompanying the electronics is the bands wonderfully detached and dead-pan vocal delivery that completely sells New Face's atmosphere.

The Fall
The Marshall Suite

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D.I.E. featuring The Men You'll Never See
The Unseen

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Added to site: Friday 8th March 2019

Belly
Star

Let’s take it back to the world of 90’s indie rock with this reissue of Belly’s debut album. Star is what happened after Tanya Donelly split from Breeders and Throwing Muses and ganged up with her brothers: catchy guitar pop for the alt crowd. Double LP reissue on stylish marbled vinyl , with bundled CD edition. Reissued by 4AD.

Sparks
No.1 In Heaven (40th Anniversary Edition)

Total vintage Sparks goodness! No. 1 In Heaven has a wry sarcastic optimism in its title, but then again it does feature the Maels working with the legendary Giorgio Moroder, leading to an especially electro-vibed, synthed-up version of the Sparks sound. A match made in heaven right? Remastered reissue that features rare bonus tracks, some involving Peter Cook.
Added to site: Thursday 7th March 2019

Royal Trux
Accelerator


Loscil
First Narrows

First Narrows was the third Loscil album to be released and, now over a decade old, it certainly deserves its first outing on wax. The album is a wonderfully polite work of gentle computer sound, processed acoustic instruments and beats that are alarmingly hypnotic, perfect for drives, late nights and subdued social happenings. Check out “Sickbay” for a great case in point, which wraps layers of soothing, wide pads over skittering rhythms and soft syncopations of smokey keys. Lush.

The Murlocs
Young Blindness

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Snow Patrol
When It’s All Over We Still Have To Clear Up

When It’s Over We Still Have To Clear Up. As much as it pains us to say it, Snow Patrol are correct. It appears that what is being cleared up here are the golden years of the Northern Irish group. A decade on from ‘Chasing Cars’ and eighteen years after the initial release of When It’s Over… the band are re-releasing their sophomore LP. It’s a perfectly clement collection of soft-rock, but the fact that you can picture a young Marcus Mumford lustily belting these tunes out in his university dormitory somewhat taints the experience. Comes with a couple of bonus tracks.
Added to site: Wednesday 6th March 2019

John Cale
Fear

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Hawkwind
Hawkwind

Hawkwind’s eponymous debut from 1970 is credited with being one of the first space-rock albums. Their mix of psychedelic and prog rock was just, well, far out. This was Hawkwind a couple of LPs before Lemmy got involved. It was produced by guitarist Dick Taylor who hooked up with the band after leaving ‘60s rockers The Pretty Things. 180g vinyl LP on Music On Vinyl.

Thin White Rope
Sack Full Of Silver

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Various
Studio One Showcase 45 Box Set

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The Charlatans
Everything Changed

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Six By Seven
The Things We Make

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Jean-Claude Vannier
La Bête Noire

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John Baker & The BBC Radiophonic Workshop
The Vendetta Tapes

The Vendetta Tapes is a collection of rare cues, tunes and sonic oddities lovingly crafted by John Baker & The Radiophonic Workshop for a 1960’s mafia caper TV show. Much of this has never been released before, and plenty of truly fascinating sounds are sprinkled all over. The CD has ten more tracks than the vinyl. On Buried Treasure.

Frank Black
Frank Black

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Drexciya
Journey Of The Deep Sea Dweller IV

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Tapes
Hissing Theatricals EP

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Tata
It's A Mess

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Drexciya
Journey Of The Deep Sea Dweller II

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Drexciya
Journey Of The Deep Sea Dweller III

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Clarence G
Hyperspace Sound Lab

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L.A.M.
Balance of Terror

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Amanita
Sol Y Sombra

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Chet Baker
Cold Trumpet (Tromba Fredda)

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Drexciya
Neptune's Lair

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Added to site: Tuesday 5th March 2019

Devo
Smooth Noodle Maps

Devo’s 8th album, Smooth Noodle Maps, was originally released in 1990. It received a lukewarm reception from critics and fans initially, but time has been kind and it is now a fan favourite. It includes a version of Bonnie Dobson’s Morning Dew, which was also famously covered by The Grateful Dead. Devo were never a band to do things in a normal way, and that has continued into their reissue program. It is being released on three different coloured vinyl versions and CD.

The Fall
Imperial Wax Solvent

My brother once got a napkin signed by Mark E. Smith. I say signed, he got Mark's mum to ask him to put his mark on it and he ended up signing it 'From Wolfman'. Maybe it's something to do with the second track on this called 'Wolf Kidult Man'. Anyway, 'Imperial Wax Solvent' is the 26th album from the prolific Manchester post-punks, and it's one of their most celebrated of the 2000s decade for its different take on The Fall sound. It's rawer, more lo-fi, a bit more experimental. The record was also subject to humoured controversy when a pressing error led to audio landing on the initial shipment of X-factor contestant Faryl Smith's debut. Lovely.
  • CD box set (CDTRED810)
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  • Vinyl Double LP (BREDD811)
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  • Coloured vinyl
  • Limited edition

The Depreciation Guild
In Her Gentle Jaws

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Tangerine Dream
Poland - The Warsaw Concert

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Roy Ayers
Silver Vibrations (RSD Edition)

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Al Green
The Hi Records Singles

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The Murlocs
Old Locomotive

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Hooverphonic
President of the LSD Club

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Vivian Stanshall & Gargantuan Chums / biG Grunt
Suspicion

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Sonny Boy Williamson with Brian Auger & The Trinity / Joe Harriott / Alan Skidmore / Jimmy Page
Don't Send Me No Flowers

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Serge Gainsbourg
Avant Gainsbarre

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François de Roubaix
Les Lèvres Rouges (Daughter of Darkness)

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Added to site: Monday 4th March 2019

Brigitte Bardot
B.B. La Legende

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Punkin Machine / Suzy Q
I Need You Tonight / Tonight

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Leftfield
Not Forgotten

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