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And Don't The Kids Just Love It
Television Personalities
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TVPs' spiffy, jaded-on-arrival debut, and a whizz-addled love letter to the swung 1960s, a mythic mise-en-scène where (in Dan Treacy's mind at least) Syd Barrett rubs shoulders with John Steed and Twiggy. Without doubt one of the most influential albums of the…
Blue Velvet - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
Black vinyl edition.  "A mix of orchestral pieces from composer and conductor Angelo Badalamenti inspired by Shoshtakovich’s 15th Symphony mixed up with trashy Hammond-led boogie and overblown baroque pop from Roy Orbison and Ketty Lester, suitable for any dive’s jukebox. "A…
Codename: Dustsucker
Bark Psychosis
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2LP gatefold. Chances are you're acquainted with Bark Psychosis's UK post-rock keystone Hex, but not with their less fawned-over follow-up: 2004's brooding, bloated, often brilliant Codename: Dustsucker. Having borrowed Spirit of Eden and Laughing Stock's world-weary chamber-jazz palette wholesale for Hex, here…
Eyes Rind As If Beggars
The Garbage & The Flowers
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Flashbacks & Dream Sequences: The Story of The Moles
Back in stock...Fire's definitive 2LP compilation of godlike genius Richard Davies' star-crossed nearlymen, essentially combining the albums Untune The Sky and Instinct. Hands down one of the greatest bands ever to come out of the Aussie underground, the brittle jangle-punk of…
Hex
Bark Psychosis
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2017 double-vinyl reissue of Bark Psychosis's Talk Talk-inspired post-rock monument.   "The recent release of Jeanette Leech’s book Fearless: The Making Of Post-Rock (Jawbone Press) celebrates post-rock and its origins. Finding new inspiration, bands were beginning to experiment with techniques as…
Mummy You're Not Watching Me (Special Edition)
Television Personalities
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Fugitive copies of the limited 2017 Record Store Day edition of this TVPs classic, ahead of standard reissue due later in the summer. Black and white marble vinyl with download code.  Originally released in '82 on D.T.'s own Whaam!, it's one…
Mummy You're Not Watching Me (Standard Edition)
Television Personalities
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Originally released in '82 on D.T.'s own Whaam!, it's one of their darkest and most art-damaged offerings, and one of their most underrated. Rougher, tougher - less jaunty - than And Don't The Kids Just Love It, but also sounding like a…
Ninga Mi Ninga Showcase
Courtney Melody
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Performance
Spacemen 3
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"Recorded in Amsterdam in 1988, the live Performance documents a set from the Perfect Prescription tour; the emphasis here is on the group’s loud, noisy origins — only the closing 'Feel So Good' hints at the more subdued atmospheres and…