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Added to site: Tuesday 20th November 2018

Vertigo II

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Discophilia Belgica : Next-Door-Disco & Local Spacemusic from Belgium

Just look at that there cover art. Compiled by some serious diggers, Discophilia Belgica : Next-Door-Disco & Local Spacemusic from Belgium is an exploration of the out-there sounds from the little country of Belgium. Most of the artists across this two part compilation series would never have called themselves musicians and never performed their music live. However, there are some crackers on this one.

The Beta Band
Hot Shots II

Hot Shots II was the second album (not counting the 3 EPs) by The Beta Band. It was the follow-up to their self-titled debut which the band described as ‘shit’ before its release - an opinion still held by Steve Mason. Hot Shots II, then, was very much a return to form. Features the singles Squares and Broke.

Stuff Combe
Stuff Combe 5 + Percussion

We Release Jazz are the (surprise, surprise) jazz-centric offshoot of We Release Whatever The Fuck We Want. Sometimes it’s nice to know what you’re getting - what we’re getting here, of course, is a nice bit of jazz. This one’s a re-release of a 1974 LP by Stuff Combe’s Stuff Combe 5. Stuff Combe 5 + Percussion is a slinky bit of Swiss soul jazz from an ensemble that includes Benny Bailey, Francy Boland (played with Benny Goodman, Chet Baker) and of course drummer Combe (Stan Getz, Art Taylor).

Retribution For The Dead

Good old Peaceville Records come through with a reissue of Autopsy’s chirpy Retribution For The Dead. This 1991 EP was released as a stopgap between the seminal American death metal band’s first and second LPs. That’s not to say Retribution For The Dead is a lightweight record, mind - these are three heavy, heavy tunes. The title track is exclusive to this release.

Keith Mansfield / John Cameron
Voices In Harmony

Reissue fanatics Be With Records have recently snapped up the rights to some releases from the catalogue of KPM Music Recorded Library. KPM specialised in - yep - library music, so it’s no surprise to find a few records by the BBC’s Keith Mansfield on their roster. On 1973’s Voices In Harmony Mansfield is joined by John Cameron for a selection of David Axelrod-ish incidentals.

Nick Ingman
Distinctive Themes / Race To Achievement

Nick Ingman’s done it with the best of them. A distinguished arranger and conductor since the early 1970’s, Ingman has worked with everyone from Madonna to David Bowie to Paul McCartney down the years. Back in 1976 he released Distinctive Themes/Race To Achievement on KPM Music Recorded Library. The first half of the album attempted to emulate a range of composers - Satie, Elgar and so on - in Ingman’s trademark library-jazz style, while the second was “a study in the pressure and rewards of achievement”. Right. Anyway, this one’s been reissued by Be With Records.

Alan Hawkshaw / Brian Bennett / John Fiddy
Hot Wax

In 1976 a trio of acclaimed session musicians and library/film/TV composers came together to create an LP for the KPM Music Recorded Library that showcased ‘the latest trends in production music’. Said album? Hot Wax. Said artists? Brian Bennett (a former Cliff Richard & The Shadows kit man), John Fiddy and Alan Hawkshaw (one-time member of The Tony Visconti Orchestra). Be With Records have done the sensible thing and capitalised on a resurgent interest in library sounds by reissuing the record.

Keith Mansfield / Alan Hawkshaw / David Snell
Big Business / Wind Of Change

This LP may have the names Alan Hawkshaw and David Snell on the spine, but the bulk of the work here is done by Keith Mansfield (he of the Grandstand theme fame). For this 1973 album now reissued by Be With Records, Mansfield crafts a series of pomp-and-circumstance instrumentals. Hawkshaw and Snell cameo with a piece apiece. Big Business/Winds Of Change is a good cop for all you library music fans out there.

Francis Coppieters
Piano Viberations

Yes, it is meant to be spelled like that. Piano Viberations is named as such because it is a record of incidental jazz where piano and vibes take centre-stage. The work of little-known Belgian pianist/composer Francis Coppieters, this is perhaps the most intriguing of Be With Records’ current crop of library music reissues.

Alan Parker
The Sound Of Soul

Originally released in 1976 as the instrumental accompaniment to Themes International's The Voice Of Soul, Alan Parker’s much-coveted record of library-soul now gets reissued by Be With Records. Original copies of The Sound Of Soul regularly fetch mega-money on the vinyl black market, so it’s a good job that this new edition comes in at a fraction of the price. Les Hurdle and Mike Moran - both members of the de-facto Themes International house band The Rhythm Section - also contribute a couple of numbers.

James Clarke
Mystery Movie

Back in the 1970’s it was the job of people like Themes International Music Records and the KPM Music Recorded Library to keep up with the new demand for library sounds. In 1974 the former commissioned James Clarke to come up with an album of tense incidental sounds for them to keep on file. The resulting record - unsurprisingly entitled Mystery Movie - fuses blaxploitation soundtracks, jazz-fusion, funk, soul and more for an album of rare groove. Now the collection has been reissued by Be With Records.

The Passengers
All Through The Night / New Life

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The Passengers
Queen Of Weird / Danger Zone

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Added to site: Monday 19th November 2018

Mikael Tariverdiev
Seventeen Moments of Spring

Mikael Tariverdiev's score to the legendary (at least in ex-Soviet states) Seventeen Moments of Spring. Though Tariverdiev was initially reluctant to get involved, his soundtrack for the 12 part series would become one of the most iconic in the history of Russian filmmaking. The show follows a Soviet spy working undercover in Nazi Germany, and needed a score to match its weight and drama. Tariverdiev succeeded.  

Soul of a Nation: Jazz is the Teacher, Funk is the Preacher - Afro-Centric Jazz, Street Funk and the Roots of Rap in the Black Power Era 1969-75

Soul Of A Nation: Jazz Is The Teacher, Funk Is The Preacher is the companion compilation to Art In The Age Of Black Power, an exhibition held at the Tate Modern in 2017. Both celebrate the work of the 60s and 70s African American avant-garde. These artists influenced and were influenced by the Black Power movement and so represent a key musical moment in history. Features Funkadelic, The Art Ensemble of Chicago and more. On Soul Jazz.

Beach Fossils
What A Pleasure

What A Pleasure by Brooklyn indie rock band, Beach Fossils, is their second release and follow-up to their impressive 2010 self-titled debut album. This time out, front man Dustin Payseur wrote the songs with the help of bassist John Peña. It also features a guest appearance from Wild Nothing’s Jack Tatum.
Added to site: Friday 16th November 2018

Pet Shop Boys

The fifth LP from the Pet Shop Boys gets the reissue treatment through Parlophone. Very is way more vivacious than 1990’s autumnal Behaviour. A dance-pop album full of brash beats and soaring choruses, these songs show off the duo at their garish best. It ends with their cover of ‘Go West’, which this particular blurb writer absolutely loves but understands if you don’t feel the same way. As part of the re-release package the album has been remastered and the CD release comes with an extra set of B-sides, rarities and remixes.

Turkish Freakout!

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Jerry Goldsmith
Logan's Run

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Added to site: Thursday 15th November 2018

The Physics House Band
Horizons / Rapture

If you’re the sort who frequents a site like ours then there’s a good chance that The Physics House Band are one of those groups you often hear about but might not have got around to listening to just yet. Well, now that they’ve reissued their 2013 debut LP Horizons/Rapture you can sort that out, can’t you. Go on, it’s only proggy math-rock, it won’t bite...

Simon Finn
Pass The Distance

Pass The Distance by Simon Finn was originally released in 1970 and is a defining album in the history of psychedelic folk. It pushes the oddball leanings of Skip Spence and Pearls Before Swine to a new level of weird. One song only exists because one of his flatmates wrote down his mescaline-fuelled meanderings so he was able to remember them.  Finn is backed on the album by famous David Toop and Paul Burwell, two experts in free-improvising.

Urge Overkill

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Jackson C. Frank
Jackson C. Frank

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Kate Bush
Remastered Part I

Volume one of the Kate Bush Remastered CD box-set series features the first seven Kate Bush albums, from 1978’s The Kick Inside to 1993’s The Red Shoes, a time period that includes the super-classic Hounds of Love. Seven albums-worth of vintage Kate Bush material then, perfectly remastered. Box-set on Parlophone.

Kate Bush
Remastered in Vinyl I

Volume one of the Kate Bush Remastered in Vinyl box-set series features those ground-breaking and still jaw-dropping first four albums, from 1978’s The Kick Inside to 1982’s The Dreaming. This vintage Kate Bush material has been buffed and polished through remastering, for the highest possible quality. On Parlophone.

Taking Tiger Mountain (By Strategy)

Taking Tiger Mountain (by Strategy) is the second solo album by Brian Eno and was the first to employ his oblique strategies cards. Like a lot of Eno's early solo work some of the music is surprisingly upbeat an accessible at times but also delves deep into the sort of dense art rock that his work with Roxy Music only hinted at.  

Spacemen 3
For All The Fucked-up Children Of This World We Give You Spacemen 3

Before going on to forming Spiritualized, Jason Pierce worked with Peter Kember (Sonic Boom/Spectrum) as Spacemen 3. Here we have a the first reissue since it’s original release in 1995. This album is of the first recording session they did together in 1984, over a decade before it’s release and shows their sparse, psychedelic rock in its formative years.

Liz Phair
Exile In Guyville

You could get the super-duper 7LP re-issue or simply re-live the sounds of 1993 with this standard revamp of Liz Phair's classic work. A whip-smart out-of nowhere classic of lo-fi songcraft and lyrics which explored sex from the female point of view. Something that (believe it or not) was a rarity even then.   

J Spaceman
Guitar Loops

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Heaven Born and Ever Bright

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Sing To God

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Bert Jansch
A Man I’d Rather Be (Part I)

The Bert Jansch estate has worked with Earth Recordings to bring us A Man I'd Rather Be (Part 1). The collection arrives as a 4-LP set in case-bound book or 4-CD set in book-back packaging. With music culled from the highly prolific Jansch's '60s years, namely: 'Bert Jansch'; 'It Don't Bother Me'; 'Jack Orion' and 'Bert & John' -- so Part 1 starts, logically enough, at the very beginning. These four records were recorded in the space of just 2 years, and amazingly enough were of the highest quality. 

Akira Rabelais

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Lost In Time

Fernando Corona is Murcof, a Mexican electronica artist who has gradually scaled back the beats in favour of samples and inspiration taken from modern classical music. Lost In Time intersects with the film of the same name, and uses aspects of the Goldberg Variations in order to create a deep and powerful new work. Released by Glacial Movements.

present I, Residuum

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Added to site: Wednesday 14th November 2018

Colin Potter
A Gain

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Jon McCallum
Surf Nazis Must Die (Original 1987 Motion Picture Soundtrack)

If you haven't watched 'Surf Nazis Must Die', it's about a bunch of Neo-Nazis who can surf and take control of a Californian beach -- then a grieving mother takes revenge on them with a lot of grenades. Yeah. Now, its soundtrack is being released by the newly launched Strange Disc Records. The score was never released alongside the movie, so this is its first official release: the music was composed and arranged by cult movie musician Jon McCallum, who decided the movie needed a good dosage of foreboding synth to go along with it. For fans of the dark ambient sound made by acts such as Tangerine Dream. 

Day Of Reckoning

With Bobby Liebling remaining the most surprisingly still-living and less surprisingly least-dignified metal frontman, here’s a reminder of better daze. The Virginia doom masters were one of the first and most faithful outfits to follow in the hallowed footsteps of Black Sabbath, and their second LP is beyond reproach, with classics such as When the Screams Come and Evil Seed. This 30th anniversary picture disc features the original ‘Mausoleum’ artwork and guarantees morbid mid-paced thrills.

Planetary Assault Systems
The Electric Funk Machine

Planetary Assault Systems’ The Electric Funk Machine turned twenty in 2017. Considering that so many of the current crop of rave revivalists - Lone, FaltyDL and that - are jacking Luke Slater’s late-’90s steez, the time feels right for one of his finest achievements to be rolled out and receive another round of applause. This LP is a nice balance of European and Detroit techno stylings. Reissue via Peacefrog.

The Telescopes
Early Studio Recordings

Telescopic noisegazers The Telescopes are best known these days for steadily releasing ear-splitting beauties ever since breaking a decade’s silence in 2002. So just in case you’d forgotten that they have numerous releases from before then, here’s Early Studio Recordings, where you’ll find some of their early studio recordings (namely the EPs Kick the Wall, 7th# Disaster, The Perfect Needle and To Kill a Slow Girl Walking).

The Gun Club
Elvis From Hell

Elvis From Hell by The Gun Club is a new two LP set of rarities from the Californian post-punk-cowpunk outfit. The four sides are split between their first demo recordings from 1981, their first on-air radio performance from New York in 1982,  a bunch of acoustic rarities from flamboyant singer Jeffrey Lee Pierce and an essential live recording of the band captured on 1993 European tour. It all comes tastefully packaged in a gatefold sleeve. Essential for Gun Club fans the world over! Limited to 500 copies on Bang!

John Carpenter & Alan Howarth
Halloween III: Season of the Witch

Round three for the Halloween franchise brought big witchy vibes to the franchise, but most important for our current interests here is that John Carpenter and Alan Howarth took a thrilling new approach for their soundtrack! Yep, Season of the Witch features massive synth business, big enough to have become an underground dancefloor staple in places. Out on Death Waltz.

The Blue Angel Lounge
The Blue Angel Lounge

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The Ethiopians
Engine 54

Probably one of the greatest train-themed reggae and rocksteady albums ever made, its Engine 54 by The Ethiopians, initially released in 1968. The first thing that floors you is the beautiful falsetto harmonies of the group’s voices, and then the rich rhythm section, the finely-deployed horns, and the occasional train recordings all come in and seal the deal. Reissued by Music On Vinyl in collaboration with Trojan.

Bob Andy
Lots of Love and I

Lovely old reissue here. Bob Andy’s third LP Lots Of Love And I was originally released in 1978, a time when reggae offshoots such as Jamaican soul and lovers rock had begun to gain traction. This big-hearted record draws from both of those genres as well as classic roots techniques to turn in some top tunes. Andy’s Ken Boothe-esque voice is in great shape here and his long-time buddy Marcia Griffiths guests on ‘Troubled Woman’.
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Added to site: Tuesday 13th November 2018

Spontaneous Overthrow
All About Money

All About Money is one of those popular music curios that defies easy categorisation. The LP originally emerged from New Jersey in 1984 and is now being re-pressed by Numero Group. Its creators, a group called Spontaneous Overthrow, had never released anything before and never would again. Their sound is a funny mix of cocktail party grooves, home-baked disco and knowing soul singing. It’s an oddly hypnotic mix that will appeal to anyone who cottoned on to that Preacherman reissue that emerged on Luaka Bop a couple of months back.

Star Child

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The Rolling Stones
Beggars Banquet (50th Anniversary Edition)

Beggars Banquet was the first in a run of four classic albums made by The Rolling Stones between 1968 and 1972 where they took their blues roots and fused them with hard rock, country and gospel to create a, well, Stonesy sound that has been copied, but never bettered, by so many bands since. Under the guidance of producer Jimmy Miller they transformed basic blues structures into phenomenal musical moments such as Sympathy For The Devil. This 50th anniversary reissue LP features and extra 12” disc with a mono mix of Sympathy For The Devil and an etched B-side along with a Mick Jagger interview on a flexi-disc. Also available on standard CD.

Lloyd Miller & The Heliocentrics

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It's a Monster

‘70s New Jersey funksters Calender were led by Paul Kyser. They released one album, It’s A Monster, in 1975. They are known for their hit, Hypertension, which foreshadowed the disco sound that exploded soon after. Kyser went on to work with Stevie Wonder, The Three Degrees and The Chi-Lites. Reissue LP on Tidal Waves Music, limited to 500 copies.

Keith Emerson
Inferno (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Nowadays people know Suspiria as the 2018 horror flick that provided Thom Yorke with the opportunity flex his film-scoring muscles for the first time. However, what fewer people realise is that Suspiria is actually an updated version of Dario Argento’s 1977 movie of the same name, and that Argento’s Suspiria was followed with sequel Inferno three years later. Inferno is notable for being one of Argento’s only films that wasn’t scored by Goblin. In this instance Argento enlisted the services of Keith Emerson - he of Emerson, Lake & Palmer - and got himself an OST that mixed Carpenter-ish electronics, microtonal string pieces ala György Ligeti and proggy keyboard vignettes. Now Inferno’s music has been remastered and reissued courtesy of Waxwork.

Kate Bush
Never For Ever

After a two year break, Kate Bush released her third album, Never For Ever in 1980. It hit the number one spot in the ol’ album charts and album spawned three hit singles - Babooshka, Army Dreamers and Breathing. She even got Roy Harper to sing backing vocals on the latter. Remastered LP and CD on Parlophone.

Kate Bush
The Red Shoes

Kate Bush’s 1993 album The Red Shoes, newly remastered and reissued on CD and double LP formats. Inspired by a Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale and a 1948 film, this album, the last before Bush took a decade-plus long break, features a number of guest appearances, including Jeff Beck, Prince, and Lenny Henry. On Parlophone.

Time Tourist (Expanded Edition)

A classic of Warp’s golden era, B12’s 1996 album Time Tourist gets a landmark twenty-second anniversary reissue, including a few newly-unearthed alt versions for posterity. Michael Golding’s and Steve Rutter’s glistening, FM pad-drenched ambient IDM went all-in on the retrofuturistic sci-fi narratives for this one, topped off as they are with referential titles and Trevor Webb’s massive painted cover art. Excellent.
Added to site: Monday 12th November 2018

The Detroit Cobras

The Detroit Cobras came from the same Detroit-based garage rock revival that brought us The White Stripes. Unlike The White Stripes, however, The Detroit Cobras were a covers band. It was their mission to transform obscure '60s garage and R&B cuts into rip-roaring garage tunes for the modern age. Baby was their third album and was originally released in 2005. Repress LP on Rough Trade.

Asnakech Worku

Awesome Tapes From Africa do it again. The label’s newest treat comes courtesy of late Ethiopian singer, actress and iconoclast Asnakech Worku. Her Askanech LP was recorded in 1975 with the aid of ATFA favourite Hailu Mergia. Worku’s sparse, arid take on Ethio-jazz and song is augmented by her masterful playing of the krar (a kind of Ethiopian harp).

All Of This Goes Too

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Brown Sugar
I'm In Love With A Dreadlocks: Brown Sugar And The Birth Of Lovers Rock 1977-80

While their mammoth Studio One reissues project remains the jewel in Soul Jazz Records crown, the label have also done a decent job of shining new light on some lost classics of British reggae. Their latest release is a compilation of tracks by pioneering lovers rock group Brown Sugar. With the help of Dennis Bovell this South London trio - who included one Carol Simms - topped the charts in the late 1970’s with singles like the eponymous ‘I’m In Love With A Dreadlocks’. This album brings together some of their hits, dubs and extended mixes with interviews with Bovell, group member Pauline Catlin and others. I’m In Love With A Dreadlocks is another fine bit of excavation from Soul Jazz.
Added to site: Sunday 11th November 2018

Stabbing Westward
Wither Blister Burn + Peel

Wither Blister Burn + Peel was the second album by Stabbing Westward. It was originally released in 1996, a time when albums were rarely released on vinyl and CD was king - consequently this is the first time the album has been released on vinyl. It was the industrial rocker’s most commercially successful album. They disbanded in 2002 after 4 albums. Limited edition 180g red smoke vinyl on Wargod.
Added to site: Friday 9th November 2018

Super Furry Animals
Rings Around The World

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Added to site: Thursday 8th November 2018

K. Leimer
Music for Land and Water

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The Beta Band
The Beta Band

The Beta Band’s eponymous debut LP turns twenty in 2019, so Because Music are preemptively reissuing the record. Though it wasn’t to everyone’s taste at the time it came out (including the band themselves), when heard now The Beta Band sounds ahead of the curve. The way these tracks run roughshod over the constraints of genre is sometimes good, sometimes less so, but certainly never dull. Its closest relatives are albums like Beck’s Odelay and The Avalanches' Since I Left You.
Added to site: Wednesday 7th November 2018

The Scorpions & Saif Abu Bakr
Jazz, Jazz, Jazz

Not of course the Scorpions who whistled Winds of Change at us while the Berlin Wall fell down but an earlier the Scorpions with Seif Abu Bakr who made this much sought after LP which has been changing hands for over a thousand dollars prior to this re-press. The band are a brilliant example of Sudanese music with powerful horn arrangements and funky takes on traditional tribal rhythms.   

Stelvio Cipriani
Un'ombra nell'ombra (Ring of Darkness)

From the bottomless vaults of Italian horror movie soundtracks with some involvement from Goblin, here is the OST to the 1979 film Un’ombra nell’ombra (aka Ring Of Darkness), presented on vinyl for the first time ever! Composed by Stelvio Cipriani and performed by Goblin, the music is groovy, proggy, weird and atmospheric. Limited edition of 500 LPs on Four Flies.

Curtis Mayfield

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Angelo Badalamenti
Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me (Death Waltz Edition)

Following on from the extremely popular Twin Peaks re-issue we now have a re-cut of Angelo Badalamenti's brooding soundtrack for 'Fire Walk With Me'. This 51 minute 2LP repress has been sourced from the original Warner Brothers archives and includes sleeve notes by Mark Kermode. Comes on 'cherry pie' coloured vinyl (natch). All audio and artwork approved by David Lynch and Angelo Badalamenti themselves.

Dad Man Cat

It could be argued that Corduroy were the finest exponents of tongue-in-cheek cinematic funk in the ‘90s. It could also be argued that that they were the only ones doing such a thing. Dad Man Cat was their debut album, originally released in 1992 on Acid Jazz. The album is mainly instrumental and could soundtrack a world where someone like Steve McQueen walks around a city in a roll-neck jumper looking cool. Red vinyl LP on Acid Jazz

High Havoc

High Havoc was the second album by cheesy-on-purpose London funksters, Corduroy. It was originally released in 1993. Here, they added brass to their sound thus expanding on their initial ‘cool movie soundtrack’ blueprint. Influences such as Curtis Mayfield show in their music. Reissue gold vinyl LP on Acid Jazz.

Out Of Here

Corduroy’s third album, Out Of Here, saw the band moving away from their ‘70s movie soundtrack style to a more song-orientated jazz-funk sound - a bit like a less annoying Jamiroquai. Elements of what is now known as Yacht Rock were beginning to poke through too - listen to Practice What You Preach. It was originally released in 1994 and features a well funky cover of Motorhead’s eponymous song. Reissue blue vinyl LP on Acid Jazz.

Early Live Life

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Unit Moebius
Bunker 005

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Takehisa Kosugi

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Joe Hisaishi
Taiju - Castle In The Sky: Symphony Version

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Joe Hisaishi
My Neighbor Totoro: Image Album

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Joe Hisaishi
My Neighbor Totoro: Sound Book

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Added to site: Tuesday 6th November 2018

JD Twitch presents Kreaturen der Nacht

JD Twitch of Optimo has been hard at work in the vinyl mines of early eighties Germany, and he’s come up trumps with this collection of rare favourites! Kreaturen der Nacht is a showcase of DIY post-punk music from bands like Leben Und Arbeiten and Welktklang, in some cases in the form of tracks never previously reissued. Presented in remastered form with lots of artist info, interviews and photos. On Strut.

Fleet Foxes
First Collection 2006 – 2009

Fleet Foxes are having a little party, and to help them celebrate the 10th anniversary of their critically acclaimed eponymous debut album they are releasing a tasty box set: First Collection 2006-2009. It will include a 12” vinyl LP of their first album plus two 10” vinyl EPs - Sun Giant EP and Fleet Foxes EP the latter having only ever been available as a CD-R. A fourth record will contain eight b-sides and rarities. There will also be a 32-page book and some other bits and bobs. Also available on CD, but in CD size. It’s a limited edition release so get your skates on Fleet Foxes fans! Box Set on Nonesuch.

The Scientists
The Scientists E.P.

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Kyriakos Sfetsas
Greek Fusion Orchestra Vol. 1

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Model 500
The Chase

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DJ Joe Lewis
Love of My Own EP

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The Other People Place ft. Mystic Tribe AI
Sunday Night Live at the Laptop Cafe

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Alela Diane
The Pirate's Gospel (Deluxe Edition)

The Pirate's Gospel was the debut album by the now renowned singer/songwriter Alela Diane. It was originally released in 2006. It seemed inevitable that she would end up as a recording artist, both of her parents were musicians and she grew up in a house filled with music. Her songs generally focus on family and nature, and here she is found already re-evaluating her life as things she had previously relied on were no longer available to her.  180g vinyl or CD, remastered with 10 bonus tracks on Allpoints.

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