Here's a list of the releases that we're stocking for Black Friday 2021.

As you can see we're not stocking every single release, but instead concentrating on a prime hand picked selection of absolute gems.

All items will be available ONLINE on Saturday November 27th from 8am.
• Items aren't considered sold until you 'check out', just having them in your basket doesn't mean they're reserved for you. So, if there's anything that you're desperate for please 'check out' ASAP.
• Due to the initial high volume of orders expected we may take a bit longer than usual to allocate and dispatch your stock, so please stay patient! If you haven't already done so please set up an account with us via the 'log in' page. You will then be able to access your account at any time to view the status of your order.
• All items are ONE PER PERSON, anybody found flouting this rule will have their order cancelled and refunded.
• You can either have the items shipped or use our CLICK AND COLLECT (pick-up instore) service (but please bare in mind that you need to wait until you've received an email saying that your order is ready to pick up before you come to the shop).

A Place To Bury Strangers

Hologram - Destroyed & Reassembled (Remix Album) - Black Friday Edition



    Hologram: Destroyed & Reassembled White Vinyl LP will be an LP of Remixes of A Place To Bury Strangers upcoming EP Hologram.

    Featuring an awesome group of bands including Girl Band, Penelope Isles, Do Nothing, Bodega, Weeping Icon, Ganser, Ceremony East Coast, plus bands from our label including Randy Randall (No Age), Data Animal, Jealous, Plattenbau & more and two of our favorite remixers Grimoose & The Bodies Obtained.


    End Of The Night (Data Animal Remix)
    I Might Have (Plattenbau Remix)
    I Need You (Grimoose Remix)
    In My Hive (Ceremony East Coast Remix)
    End Of The Night (The Bodies Obtained Remix)
    In My Hive (Jealous Remix)
    End Of The Night (Daniel Fox/Girl Band Remix)
    Playing The Part (Penelope Isles Remix)
    I Might Have (Randy Randall Remix)
    Playing The Part (Bodgea Ben Remix)
    In My Hive (Do Nothing Remix)
    Playing The Part (Weeping Icon Remix)
    I Need You (Ganser Remix)

    The Boo Radleys

    A Full Syringe And Memories Of You - Black Friday Edition



      Critically-adored sonic explorers, The Boo Radleys return with their first new music in over two decades. Originally immersed in the category of cult band for those in the know thanks to their 1993 classic album Giant Steps, the last music fans heard from Merseyside-originated band was 1998’s Kingsize, their final album for Creation Records.

      Led by pure, creative restlessness The Boo Radley’s first new music in almost a quarter of a century stems from reconciliation, chance meetings and curiosity.

      A Full Syringe And Memories Of You is layered with instantly recognisable vocals, rich orchestration and the type of instant, alt-pop sensibility that found them swept into the mid-nineties mainstream. The single isn’t to be a one-off release from the band. Promising a full-blooded return, The Boo Radleys include A Full Syringe And Memories Of You on an upcoming, to-be-confirmed EP with album sessions and rehearsals for a tour later this year all in advanced stages.

      Singer-songwriter, Simon ‘Sice’ Rowbottom says of the new and unexpected release: “A Full Syringe And Memories Of You tackles the religious hypocrisy that privileges the longevity of life above all other measures of worth and seeks to redress the distorted view that life is always worth living whatever the cost.”

      Having originally formed in 1988, The Boo Radleys developed a reputation for adventurous genre-indistinct songwriting, starting with 1990s Ichabod and I, which emerged on Lancashire’s Action Records and gained such a response amongst discerning music fans that Creation put a deal on the table. Their rapid follow up, Everything's Alright Forever was released to positive reviews in 1992, but it was the following year’s Giant Steps, acclaimed by NME as the album of the year, that secured The Boo Radley’s status as unpredictable sonic explorers with few peers.

      The Boo Radleys were famously swept into the slipstream of the mid-nineties, British guitar pop revival, with 1995’s runaway hit, Wake Up Boo, lifted from their UK Album Chart Number One album, Wake Up! Their 1996 follow up, C’Mon Kids! took a thrilling, more caustic turn out of the retro, anthemic sound of the era, yet brought the band further success with three Top 40 singles, including What's In The Box? (See Whatcha Got). The four members, including influential guitarist and songwriter, Martin Carr, retreated from life as The Boo Radleys shortly after the release of sixth album, Kingsize.

      Having been largely out of contact since the end of the sessions for that final album, all members of The Boo Radleys have come together in recent years to discuss future plans. As a result, The Boo Radleys in 2021 are Tim Brown (bass/guitar/keyboards), Sice (guitar/vocals) and Rob Cieka (drums). Martin Carr does not appear in the current line-up. 


      A1. A Full Syringe And Memories Of You
      A2. Life Is Getting Better
      B1. See It Through
      B2. I'll Put The Bars Around My Heart 

      Leonard Cohen

      Songs Of Love & Hate - Black Friday Edition



        This special RSD 50th anniversary edition of Leonard Cohen's third studio album, Songs of Love and Hate is pressed on 180g opaque white vinyl, with updated / re-typeset embossed packaging which includes a brand new 8- page 12x12 lyric booklet. The audio has been sourced from the original analogue tapes via a new direct digital transfer and the album jacket replicates the original package.

        Jackson Conti

        Sujinho - Black Friday Edition



          Madlib Invazion reissues Madlib’s collaboration with legendary Brazilian drummer Ivan “Mamao” Conti, propellant for lauded jazz fusion archetypes Azymuth. 5000 pressed for worldwide. Debuts on Black Friday. First released in 2008 on CD by the US based Mochilla imprint with vinyl being issued only in Europe on the Kindered Sprits label. Both formats are out of print with vinyl unavailble since its initial run. Alternate cover artwork, photography by B+.

          When Madlib went to Brazil in 2002 with Mochilla to participate in the production of Brasilintime his one mission was to meet Ivan “Mamao” Conti the drummer of the legendary trio Azymuth. Madlib had made an Azymuth tribute record he wanted to play for him. On a rainy night in Rio Mamao and Madlib went in the studio. Several hours later the rhythm tracks that make up Sujinho were laid and the process began. Featuring the music of Madlib, Mamao, Edu Lobo, Chico Buarque de Hollanda, Luiz Eca, Baden Powell, Vinicius De Moraes, Marcos Valle, Joao Donato, Dom Um Romao, Airto Moreira and even George Duke… and with guest vocals by Thalma De Freitas — Jackson Conti is a unique and classic record. Filled with the angularity and edge of a Madlib production and underwritten by the polyrhythmics of Mamao — Sujinho takes Brazilian music into places it has never been, bringing oft forgotten classics like Upa Neguinho to 21st century ears. 


          Anna De Amsterdam Interlude
          Praça Da Republica
          Brasilian Sugar
          Sao Paulo Nights
          Upa Neguinho (feat. Thalma De Freitas)
          Casa Forte
          Amazon Stroll
          Anna De Amsterdam Reprise
          Waiting On The Corner
          Tijuca Man
          Nao Tem Nada Nao
          Sunset At Sujinho
          Segura Esta Onda (feat. Mamao On Vocals)

          Stray Cats

          Live At Rockpalast - 1983 Loreley Open Air + 1981 Cologne - Black Friday Edition



            Live At Rockpalast are recordings of two German live shows. The album starts with their 1983 set from Loreley Open Air, which was recorded just before the release of their third album Rant N’ Rave.

            The second set was recorded a few years before, in 1981 in Cologne. This release lets you hear exactly how the Stray Cats established their reputation as a great live band.

            The 3LP-set Live At Rockpalast is available as a Black Friday Exclusive limited edition of 4000 individually numbered copies on silver coloured vinyl.

            TRACK LISTING

            Baby Blue Eyes (loreley Open Air, August 20th 1983)
            Double Talkin‘ Baby (loreley Open Air, August 20th 1983)
            Rumble In Brighton (loreley Open Air, August 20th 1983)
            Drink That Bottle Down (loreley Open Air, August 20th 1983)
            Something Is Wrong With My Radio (loreley Open Air, August 20th 1983)
            Built For Speed (loreley Open Air, August 20th 1983)
            Look At That Cadillac (loreley Open Air, August 20th 1983)
            Runaway Boys (loreley Open Air, August 20th 1983)
            Lonely Summer Nights (loreley Open Air, August 20th 1983)
            Too Hip, Gotta Go (loreley Open Air, August 20th 1983)
            Stray Cat Strut (loreley Open Air, August 20th 1983)
            She‘s Sexy And 17 (loreley Open Air, August 20th 1983)
            Banjo Time (foggy Mountain Breakdown) (loreley Open Air, August 20th 1983)
            The Race Is On (loreley Open Air, August 20th 1983)
            Tear It Up (loreley Open Air, August 20th 1983)
            Oh Boy (loreley Open Air, August 20th 1983)
            Rock This Town (loreley Open Air, August 20th 1983)
            Sweet Love On My Mind (satory-säle Cologne, July 16th 1981)
            Double Talkin‘ Baby (satory-säle Cologne, July 16th 1981)
            Rumble In (satory-säle Cologne, July 16th 1981) Brighton (satory-säle Cologne, July 16th 1981)
            My One Desire (satory-säle Cologne, July 16th 1981)
            Ubangi Stomp (satory-säle Cologne, July 16th 1981)
            Drink That Bottle Down (satory-säle Cologne, July 16th 1981)
            Storm The Embassy (satory-säle Cologne, July 16th 1981)
            Stray Cat Strut (satory-säle Cologne, July 16th 1981)
            Fishnet Stockings (satory-säle Cologne, July 16th 1981)
            Important Words (satory-säle Cologne, July 16th 1981)
            Rock This Town (satory-säle Cologne, July 16th 1981)
            Runaway Boys (satory-säle Cologne, July 16th 1981)
            Somethin‘ Else (satory-säle Cologne, July 16th 1981)
            Gonna Ball (satory-säle Cologne, July 16th 1981)

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