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Rusty Egan Presents… Blitzed!

    London, 1979. From the rubble and ashes of punk a new youth cult was emerging. Divinely inspired by Bowie, Roxy Music and Kraftwerk, a new tribe the press started labelling New Romantics, or Futurists, discarded punk’s old-hat claims towards authenticity and protest, in pursuit of glamour, make-up, dressing up and dancing. Their home was The Blitz Club, a tiny wine bar at the edge of Covent Garden and what went on there between 1979 and 1980 would genuinely change the world. The other name for this cult? Blitz Kids.

    Without necessarily knowing it, The Blitz was birthing the next wave of British pop stars. A young Boy George ran the cloakroom, its host and doorman was a young Steve Strange, soon-to-be the frontman of Visage, Spandau Ballet played their first gig there and on a given night you might find yourself dancing next to a member of Ultravox. Fashion designers in Regency ballgowns mingled with secretaries in rubber, post boys dressed as Biggles danced next to art school kids dressed as Pierrot. David Bowie assembled his extras for the ‘Ashes To Ashes’ video from the Blitz kids. Mick Jagger was refused entry. Too square.

    And the club had a mighty soundtrack, assembled painstakingly by its resident DJ Rusty Egan. Rusty’s sets brought together heroes like Eno, Iggy, and Lou Reed cool European electronic pioneers like Kraftwerk, Telex and Yello, the electronic side of disco (Cerrone, Hot Chocolate, Amanda Lear) and cutting-edge film soundtracks from the likes of Vangelis, Giorgio Moroder and Barry De Vorzon. Rusty also span the nascent sounds of Britian’s next new wave – Japan, Landscape, the Human League, Visage, Ultravox, Fad Gadget…

    Compiled exhaustively from his DJ sets, ‘Rusty Egan Presents The Blitz’ brings together the sounds of a night at the club circa 1980 on either 66 track 4CD or 36 track 4LP sets. Beautifully presented with contemporary photography from Sheila Rock, Peter Ashworth and Terry Smith, the booklets also contain sleeve notes from Alexis Petridis and Rusty himself.


    TRACK LISTING

    LP One
    Side A
    1. The Human League / Being Boiled (Fast Product Version)
    2. Tubeway Army / Down In The Park
    3. Fad Gadget / Back To Nature
    4. Vice Versa / New Girls Neutrons
    5. Throbbing Gristle / Hot On The Heels Of Love
    Side B
    1. The Normal / Warm Leatherette
    2. Cabaret Voltaire / Nag Nag Nag
    3. John Foxx / Burning Car
    4. Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark / Electricity (Dindisc 1980 Version)
    5. Shock / R.E.R.B

    LP Two
    Side C
    1. Ultravox! / Hiroshima Mon Amour
    2. Magazine / Permafrost
    3. Hot Chocolate / Put Your Love In Me
    4. Visage / Moon Over Moscow
    Side D
    1. Sparks / The Number One Song In Heaven (Long Version)
    2. The Glitter Band / Makes You Blind
    3. The Regents / 7 Teen
    4. Roxy Music / Angel Eyes (Extended Remix)

    LP Three
    Side E
    1. The Men / I Don’t Depend On You
    2. Barry De Vorzon / Theme From ‘The Warriors’
    3. Rinder And Lewis / Willie And The Hand Jive (12” Version)
    4. Grace Jones / La Vie En Rose
    Side F
    1. Kraftwerk / Schaufensterpuppen
    2. Ultravox / Passing Strangers
    3. Iggy Pop / Nightclubbing
    4. Gina X Performance / No G.D.M.

    LP Four
    Side G
    1. Mick Ronson / Only After Dark
    2. Simple Minds / Changeling
    3. Skids / Animation (Edit)
    4. Japan / Life In Tokyo (1979 Single Version)
    5. Amanda Lear / Follow Me
    6. Spandau Ballet / To Cut A Long Story Short
    Side H
    1. Yello / Bostich (album Version)
    2. Giorgio Moroder / Chase (From ‘Midnight Express’ Soundtrack)
    3. Visage / Fade To Grey (1980 Dance Mix)
    4. Lou Reed / Perfect Day

    Suede

    Bloodsports - 10th Anniversary Edition

      After reforming for a charity concert at the Royal Albert Hall for the Teenage Cancer Trust in 2010, Suede decided to stay together and record a new album.

      Re-united with Ed Buller, producer of the band’s first three albums, they recorded “Bloodsports”,the band’s sixth album, in 2012. Released in March 2013, it debuted at number 10 in the UK albums chart and features the singles “It Starts And Ends with You”, “Hit Me” and “For The Strangers”.


      TRACK LISTING

      Side A
      1. Barriers
      2. Snowblind
      3. It Starts And Ends With You
      4. Sabotage
      5. For The Strangers

      Side B
      1. Hit Me
      2. Sometimes I Feel I’ll Float Away
      3. What Are You Not Telling Me?
      4. Always
      5. Faultlines

      Exclusive 7-Inch Single (Dinked Edition Only)
      Side A
      A: Dawn Chorus
      Side B
      B: Human Tide (on Vinyl For The First Time)

      Liam Frost

      The Latchkey Kid

        Liam Frost’s triumphant third album The Latchkey Kid presents us with some of Liam’s most compelling work. A poignant and alluring album that lives up to the sky high standards of his first two successful albums.

        Originally released in 2019 after a successful crowdfund campaign, this entire album was recorded in three days, melding his distinctive north western delivery with that of Americana folk legends Josh Rouse, Whiskeytown and Josh Ritter .

        Lauded as the future Guy Garvey , the album standouts includes the epic Mercy Me ’, ‘Going Steady’ & ‘Pomona ’, all proving that the art of great song writing is still alive and kicking.

        Remastered and now available for the very first time on black vinyl, with signed print and printed inner sleeve .

        TRACK LISTING

        SIDE A
        1. Going Steady
        2. Hall Of Mirrors, Rope Of Sand
        3. Mercy Me!
        4. Didn’t It Rain

        SIDE B
        1. Pomona
        2. Who’s Gonna Love You?
        3. When I’m Around
        4. Follow You Around
        5. Lover, Trouble Knows My Name

        The Primitives

        Lovely

          First released in 1988, ‘Lovely’ is the debut album by English indie pop group The Primitives. The album features the international hit single ‘Crash’ which was a top ten hit in both the UK and the US. The timeless song has gone on to be covered by artists including Johnny Marr, Belle And Sebastian, The Vibrators, and The Wonder Stuff. Other highlights on the album include the singles ‘Out Of Reach’, ‘Thru The Flowers’ and ‘Ocean Blue’.

          TRACK LISTING

          Side A
          1. Crash
          2. Spacehead
          3. Carry Me Home
          4. Shadow
          5. Thru The Flowers
          6. Dreamwalk Baby
          7. I’ll Stick With You

          Side B
          1. Nothing Left
          2. Stop Killing Me
          3. Out Of Reach
          4. Ocean Blue
          5. Run Baby Run
          6. Don’t Want Anything To Change
          7. Buzz Buzz Buzz

          Heavy Stereo

          Déjà Voodoo

            “One of the vital pieces in the jigsaw puzzle of ’90s British rock music.” Pat Gilbert, Mojo magazine

            While his own name has yet to grace an album front cover, for more than a twenty years Gem Archer has been a key contributor to some of the UK’s highest profile guitar bands, beginning with Oasis in 2000, Beady Eye in 2009 and the touring version of Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds since 2015.

            Before all that there was Heavy Stereo, caught up in the mid ‘90s music maelstrom where their only album ‘Déjà Voodoo’ took its place alongside Paul Weller’s ‘Stanley Road’, The Charlatans’ ‘Telling Stories’, Super Furry Animals’ ‘Fuzzy Logic’, Supergrass’s ‘I Should Coco’, The Boo Radley’s ‘Giant Steps’, Ride’s ‘Carnival Of Light’ – and, of course, ‘Definitely Maybe’ and ‘(What’s The Story) Morning Glory?’ by Oasis. It is easy to understand why any album could get overlooked in such exalted company.

            ‘Déjà Voodoo’ and the four singles – ‘Sleep Freak’, ‘Smiler’, ‘Chinese Burn’ and ‘Mouse In A Hole’ – all display Gem’s deeply held affection for old-school rock’n’roll values. In 1994/95, the outside world came into sync with his fondness for The Jam, Sly Stone, Hendrix, The Beatles, the Stones, The Small Faces, Motown, Stax, glam rock, punk rock and all other points on the compass of rock’n’roll cool, which coalesced into what became known as Britpop. And while those influences are in ‘Déjà Voodoo’ for all to hear, the album is far from derivative; this is a collection of well-constructed pop songs that still retain their swagger and zest.

            TRACK LISTING

            LP

            A1 Chinese Burn
            A2 Cartoon Moon
            A3 Déjà Voodoo
            A4 Tell Yer Ma
            A5 Crown Of Thoughts
            A6 Mouse In A Hole
            B1 Bangers And Mash
            B2 Deep Fried Heart
            B3 Reaching For Heaven
            B4 Keep Up
            B5 Planet Empty
            B6 Shooting Star

            CD

            CD1
            1. Chinese Burn
            2. Cartoon Moon
            3. Déjà Voodoo
            4. Tell Yer Ma
            5. Crown Of Thoughts
            6. Mouse In A Hole
            7. Bangers And Mash
            8. Deep Fried Heart
            9. Reaching For Heaven
            10. Keep Up
            11. Planet Empty
            12. Shooting Star
            CD2
            1. Sleep Freak
            2. Magic Sponge
            3. Pleasure Dip
            4. Smiler
            5. Cartoon Moon (Acoustic)
            6. Wonderfools
            7. Worm Brain
            8. Big Apple Pie
            9. No Small Print
            10. Freedom Bug
            11. Mouse In A Hole (Live)
            12. Smiler (Live)
            13. Cartoon Moon (Live)
            14. Chinese Burn (Live)
            15. The Gift 

            Various Artists

            Arthur Baker Presents Dance Masters: The Shep Pettibone Master Mixes Vol. 1 - Parts 1 & 2

              One of the most successful and celebrated remixers of the 1980’s, The Shep Pettibone Master Mixes Vol One, Part One & Part Two features 46 classic tracks, compiled and sequenced by Wayne Dickson (BBR/Groove Line Records). This 4 CD collection come with a 32 page book that includes a foreword written by series curator and Dance music legend Arthur Baker, plus an essay written by Billboard Magazine dance columnist Bill Coleman which features quotes from the likes of John Taylor (Duran Duran), Andy Bell, Gloria Estefan and Cyndi Lauper. The set also includes track by track annotations from the likes of DJ’s Danny Krivit, Lenny Fontana and Colin Curtis, along with artists such as Randy Muller and Richie Weeks (The Jammers/Weeks and Co).

              Featuring a list of some of the biggest and most diverse artists of the 1980's including Whitney Houston, George Michael, Duran Duran, Miami Sound Machine, Cyndi Lauper, Pet Shop Boys, Depeche Mode, Erasure and Elton John.

              ‘What Shep Pettibone had that most other mixers did not, was a true radio sensibility. He inherently knew what would work on the airwaves, but was equally comfortable in a club setting, as a DJ and a fan, so he knew what worked both on the dance floor and on radio. That was a deadly combination. Shep was also very open to all types of music and acts. From UK alternative sounds to NYC street sounds. From campy pop to gospel disco and electro R&B, Shep nailed them all and brought his expert sheen and sense of excitement to each of them. I am incredibly proud to open the Dance Masters series with this collection of some of his best work.’ - ARTHUR BAKER

              TRACK LISTING

              Disc One
              1. George Michael - Hard Day (Shep Pettibone Remix Remastered)
              2. Duran Duran - I Don't Want Your Love (Big Mix)
              3. Level 42 - Lessons In Love (Shep Pettibone Remix)
              4. Whitney Houston - So Emotional (Edited Remix)
              5. Belinda Carlisle - Heaven Is A Place On Earth (Heavenly Version)
              6. The B 52's - Summer Of Love (Summer Party Mix)
              7. Huey Lewis & The News - Hip To Be Square (Dance Mix)
              8. Miami Sound Machine - Bad Boy (Shep Pettibone Remix)
              9. Cyndi Lauper - Change Of Heart (12" Extended Club Remix)
              10. Run Dmc - It's Tricky (Club Mix)
              11. Paula Abdul - Knocked Out (Pettibone 12")
              12. Narada Divine - Emotions [Shep Pettibone Single Remix)

              Disc Two
              1. Pet Shop Boys - West End Girls (The Shep Pettibone Mastermix)
              2. Alisha - Baby Talk (Extended Dance Mix)
              3. The Flirts - You And Me (12” Shep Pettibone Mix)
              4. Phyllis Nelson - I Like You (12” Extended Version)
              5. New Order - Bizarre Love Triangle (Shep Pettibone 12" Remix)
              6. Depeche Mode - Behind The Wheel (Shep Pettibone Mix)
              7. Erasure - Chains Of Love (Unfettered Remix) (2009 Remaster)
              8. Kim Wilde - You Came (Shep Pettibone U.S. 7" Version)
              9. Psychedelic Furs - Shock (The Shep Pettibone Mix)
              10. Elton John - I Don't Wanna Go On With You Like That (The Shep Pettibone Mix)
              11. The Communards - Never Can Say Goodbye (Single Mix)
              12. Gloria Gaynor - I Am What I Am (12” Extended Version)

              Disc Three
              1. Lisa Lisa & Cult Jam With Full Force - I Wonder If I Take You Home (The Shep Pettibone Remix)
              2. Sananda Maitreya - If You Let Me Stay (The Shep Pettibone Mix)
              3. Five Star - Are You Man Enough (The Shep Pettibone Remix)
              4. Pointer Sisters - Goldmine (12" Version)
              5. Lionel Richie - Love Will Conquer All (12" Vocal Version)
              6. B B & Q - (I’m A) Dreamer (12” Shep Pettibone Vocal/Long
              7. Howard Hewett - Stay (After Midnight Mix)
              8. George Benson - Twice The Love (Club Love Remix)
              9. Thompson Twins - In The Name Of Love '88 (Railroad Mix)
              10. Lisa Stansfield - This Is The Right Time (Shep Pettibone Mix)
              11. Pia - Dance Out Of My Head (The Dress Down Mix)

              Disc Four
              1. Leroy Burgess - Heartbreaker (12" Shep Pettibone Mix)
              2. Sinnamon - Thanks To You (12" Shep Pettibone Mix)
              3. The Jammers - Be Mine Tonight (12” Shep Pettibone Mix)
              4. Instant Funk - (Just Because) You'll Be Mine (12” Shep Pettibone Mix) 2017 Remaster
              5. Aurra - Such A Feeling (12” Shep Pettibone Mix)
              6. Carol Williams - No One Can Do It (Like You) (12" Special Remix)
              7. Steve Shelto - Don't Give Your Love Away (Shep Pettibone Mix: Short Version)
              8. Skyy - Show Me The Way (12” Shep Pettibone Mix)
              9. Mike And Brenda Sutton - Don't Let Go Of Me (Grip My Hips And Move Me) (12” Shep Pettibone Mix)
              10. Weeks And Co. - If You’re Looking For Fun (12” Shep Pettibone Master Dub Mix)
              11. The Salsoul Orchestra - Ooh, I Love It (Love Break) (12" Shep Pettibone Mix)
              12. First Choice - Let No Man Put Asunder (12" Shep Pettibone Mix)

              Bob Mould

              Distortion: 1996-2007

                Distortion: 1996-2007 is the second in a series of four expansive vinyl box sets chronicling the solo career of legendary American musician Bob Mould. Bob Mould’s career began in 1979 with the iconic underground punk group Hüsker Dü before forming the beloved alternative rock band Sugar and releasing numerous critically acclaimed solo albums. Volume two in this new series covers 1996 to 2007, beginning with the 1996 self-titled solo album and continuing through to Mould’s 2006 collaboration with Rich Morel Blowoff. 

                STAFF COMMENTS

                Barry says: As one of the most well regarded and enduring figureheads of the punk movement, this box set of Bob Mould's covers mid 90's to the mid 00's, some of his greatest work including his first solo album.

                TRACK LISTING

                LP 1: Bob Mould – Bob Mould
                Side A
                1. Anymore Time Between
                2. I Hate Alternative Rock
                3. Fort Knox, King Solomon
                4. Next Time That You Leave
                5. Egøverride
                Side B
                1. Thumbtack
                2. Hair Stew
                3. Deep Karma Canyon
                4. Art Crisis
                5. Roll Over And Die

                LP 2: Bob Mould – The Last Dog And Pony Show
                Side A
                1. New #1
                2. Moving Trucks
                3. Taking Everything
                4. First Drag Of The Day
                5. Classifieds
                6. Who Was Around?
                Side B
                1. Skintrade
                2. Vaporub
                3. Sweet Serene
                4. Megamanic
                5. Reflecting Pool
                6. Along The Way

                LP 3: Bob Mould – Modulate.
                (First Time On Vinyl)
                Side A
                1. 180 Rain
                2. Sunset Safety Glass
                3. Semper Fi
                4. Homecoming Parade
                5. Lost Zoloft
                6. Without?
                7. Slay/Sway
                Side B
                1. The Receipt
                2. Quasar
                3. Soundonsound
                4. Hornery
                5. Comeonstrong
                6. Trade
                7. Author's Lament

                LP 4 & 5: LoudBomb – Long Playing Grooves.
                (First Time On Vinyl, 45 Rpm)
                Side A
                1. Theme (It's A Perfect Day)
                2. Guys Like You
                3. Devil V. Angel
                Side B
                1. I Cannot Reverse You
                2. The Fall Collection
                3. This Is The Way I Want It
                Side C
                1. BB DuBois
                2. Factory Builders Convention
                3. NumberNine
                Side D
                1. Heaven's On Fire
                2. We Need The Truth
                3. Helium

                LP 6: Bob Mould – Body Of Song
                Side A
                1. Circles
                2. (Shine Your) Light Love Hope
                3. Paralyzed
                4. I Am Vision, I Am Sound
                5. Underneath Days
                6. Always Tomorrow
                Side B
                1. Days Of Rain
                2. Best Thing
                3. High Fidelity
                4. Missing You
                5. Gauze Of Friendship
                6. Beating Heart The Prize

                LP 7 & 8: BLOWOFF – BLOWOFF
                (First Time On Vinyl, 45 Rpm)
                Side A
                1. Hormone Love
                2. Here And Now
                3. Overload
                Side B
                1. Saturday Night All The Time
                2. Life With A View
                3. Man Keeps Winning
                Side C
                1. Lemonade
                2. Tag It
                3. Fallout
                Side D
                1. Get Inside With Me
                2. Beautiful
                3. The Ballad Of Mark Dirt

                LP 9: Distortion Plus: 1996-2007
                (First Time On Vinyl)
                Side A
                1. Dog On Fire (Demo)
                2. Wanted Was
                3. Eternally Fried
                4. Doubleface
                5. He Didn't
                Side B
                1. Castor And Pollux
                2. Surveyors And Cranes
                3. Love Escalator
                4. Lowdown Ground
                5. My Old Friend
                6. Nihil

                Gene

                Libertine

                  Libertine is Gene’s final studio album released in 2001 Highlights include the single ‘Is It Over?’ and ‘O Lover’ 

                  Double LP pressed on 180g Heavyweight vinyl with original artwork and printed inner sleeve 

                  Inspired by the songs of The Smiths, The Jam and The Faces, Martin Rossiter’s literate vocals and Steve Mason’s fluid guitar lines were perfectly complemented by the intuitive rhythm section of Kevin Miles and Matt James. They released four studio albums and a collection of B-sides and radio demos between 1995 and 2001, were named Best New Act at the inaugural NME awards in 1995, and went on to score 10 Top 40 hits.

                  TRACK LISTING

                  Side A

                  1. Does He Have A Name
                  2. A Simple Request
                  3. Is It Over?

                  Side B

                  1. O Lover
                  2. Let Me Rest

                  Side C

                  1. We’ll Get What We Deserve
                  2. Walking In The Shallows
                  3. Yours For The Taking

                  Side D
                  1. You
                  2. Spy In The Clubs
                  3. Somewhere In The World

                  The Creation

                  Psychedelic Rose

                    The Creation was formed in 1966 from beat combo The Mark Four, and was quickly signed to a production deal with Shel Talmy, The Who’s producer. The first release was the urgent “Making Time”, which featured guitarist Eddie Phillips playing his guitar with a violin bow, two years before Jimmy Page started doing so.

                    In January 1985, The Mark Four reformed for a one-off show in Cheshunt, and subsequently Eddie Phillips and original lead vocalist Kenny Pickett reunited to make some new Creation recordings. At the time, only two tracks – “Spirit Called Love” and a new version of “Making Time” – were issued as a single in 1987, before the record label went out of business. These two tracks plus the remainder of the recordings were finally issued as the album “Psychedelic Rose” in 2004.

                    TRACK LISTING

                    1. Lay The Ghost
                    2. Psychedelic Rose
                    3. Radio Beautiful
                    4. United
                    5. Doing It My Way
                    6. Making Time [new Version]
                    7. Far From Paradise
                    8. White Knight
                    9. Spirit Called Love 

                    The Creation

                    Power Surge

                      The Creation was formed in 1966 from beat combo The Mark Four, and was quickly signed to a production deal with Shel Talmy, The Who’s producer. The first release was the urgent “Making Time”, which featured guitarist Eddie Phillips playing his guitar with a violin bow, two years before Jimmy Page started doing so.

                      Creation Records founder Alan McGee named his label after the band, and named his band Biff Bang Pow after one of their songs. So perhaps it was no surprise when in 1995 he came up with the idea of The Creation recording a song called “Creation” to be released on the Creation label. In the wake of reunion shows at The Mean Fiddler in 1993 and 1995, the original line-up re-convened, and the recordings expanded into an album. “Power Surge” was released in 1996.

                      TRACK LISTING

                      1. Creation
                      2. Power Surge
                      3. Someone’s Gonna Bleed
                      4. Shock Horror
                      5. That’s How I Found Love
                      6. Killing Song
                      7. Nobody Wants To Know
                      8. City Life
                      9. English Language
                      10. Free Men Live Forever
                      11. Ghost Division
                      12. O+N 

                      Alex Heffes

                      Earth: One Amazing Day

                        A landmark in cinematic wildlife fi lmmaking, Earth: One Amazing Day dramati cally brings to life the crucial role the sun plays in shaping the destinies of life-forms on the planet, including ourselves. It’s a spectacular vision of the rhythms of day and night and how a relati onship with the sun binds every species together.

                        The score is produced by Alex Heffes, one of fi lm world’s most exciting composers, with credits such as Touching The Void, The Last King Of Scotland and Queen Of Katwe.

                        This vinyl edition is packaged as a gatefold double LP on blue and green translucent heavyweight vinyl. The artwork contains numerous photos from the
                        film itself.

                        TRACK LISTING

                        LP 1:
                        Earth
                        Sunrise
                        Serval
                        Iguanas Vs. Snakes
                        Waltz Of The Flowers
                        Baby Panda
                        Cloud Building
                        Zebra River Crossing
                        Narwhales
                        Brown Bears
                        Sleepy Lions
                        Giraffe Battle
                        Sand Dunes
                        Sperm Whales

                        LP 2:
                        Sloth Story
                        Penguin Colony
                        Penguin Raiders Return
                        Penguins Reunited
                        Racket Tailed Hummingbird
                        Field Mouse
                        Mayflies
                        Zebra Survives Another Day
                        White Headed Langurs
                        Creatures Of The Night
                        Click Beetle
                        Bioluminescence
                        Night Sky
                        Fireflies
                        Another Ordinary Day
                        End Credits


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