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DJ Krush X Toshinori Kondo

Ki-Oku - 2024 Reissue

    First time reissue of the collaborative studio album by Japanese jazz trumpeter Toshinori Kondo and Japanese hip hop producer DJ Krush. It was originally released in 1996.

    TRACK LISTING

    Side A:
    1. Toh-Sui
    2. Tobira-1
    3. Mu-Getsu
    Side B:
    1. Ha-Doh
    2. Sun Is Shining
    Side C:
    1. Mu-Chu
    2. Tobira-2
    3. Fu-Yu
    4. Ki-Gen
    Side D:
    1 .Ko-Ku
    2. Shoh-Ka
    3. Bu-Seki
    4. Tobira-3

    Horace Andy & Sly And Robbie

    Livin' It Up (RSD24 EDITION)

      THIS IS A RECORD STORE DAY 2024 EXCLUSIVE AND WILL BE AVAILABLE INSTORE ON SATURDAY APRIL 20TH ON A FIRST COME FIRST SERVED BASIS, LIMITED TO ONE PER PERSON.

      IF THERE ARE ANY REMAINING COPIES THEY WILL BE MADE AVAILABLE ONLINE AT 8PM ON MONDAY APRIL 22ND.



      Manu Dibango

      Manu 76 (RSD24 EDITION)

        THIS IS A RECORD STORE DAY 2024 EXCLUSIVE AND WILL BE AVAILABLE INSTORE ON SATURDAY APRIL 20TH ON A FIRST COME FIRST SERVED BASIS, LIMITED TO ONE PER PERSON.

        IF THERE ARE ANY REMAINING COPIES THEY WILL BE MADE AVAILABLE ONLINE AT 8PM ON MONDAY APRIL 22ND.



        London Music Works

        Stranger Things - Music From The Upside Down

          The original soundtracks for Stranger Things are composed by Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein of the electronic group Survive. They make extensive use of synthesizers in homage to artists and film composers of the 1980s, including Jean-Michel Jarre, Tangerine Dream, Vangelis, Goblin, John Carpenter, Giorgio Moroder and Fabio Frizzi.

          TRACK LISTING

          Disc 1
          Side A

          1. Stranger Things - Titles
          2. Kids
          3. This Isn't You
          4. Eleven
          5. Eulogy

          Side B
          1. The First Lie
          2. Soldiers
          3. Choices
          4. Boys And Girls
          5. The First I Love You

          Disc 2
          Side C

          1. The Silver Cat Feeds
          2. Aftermath
          3. What's The Internet
          4. You're The Heart

          Side D
          1. Teens
          2. Letter To Willy
          3. You Have Already Lost
          4. Season 4 End Scene

          Ennio Morricone

          Hollywood Story

            World-famous for his film scores, for which he is considered one of the best composers, he composed, between the 1960s and 2020, more than 500 scores for film and television, of which he sold 70 million records. Find some of his famous works in this double vinyl Hollywood Story.

            TRACK LISTING

            SIDE A
            1. Regan's Theme (Exorcism II: The Heretic)
            2. Romanza (Novecento 1900)
            3. Main Theme (Moses The Lawgiver)
            4. Main Theme (My Name Is Nobody)
            5. Un Amico (Revolver)
            6. Duck Your Sucker (A Fistful Of Dynamite)
            SIDE B
            1. Main Theme (The Man From Shiloh)
            2. Suite (Two Mules For Sister Sara)
            3. La Califfa (Lady Caliph)
            4. Main Theme (The Five Man Army)
            5. The Red Tent (The Red Tent)
            6. The Main Theme (The Sicilian Clan)
            SIDE C
            1. Man With The Harmonica (Once Upon A Time In The West)
            2. Jill's Theme (Once Upon A Time In The West)
            3. Overture (Guns For San Sebastian)
            4. L'Arena
            SIDE D
            1. Main Title (The Good, The Bad, The Ugly)
            2. The Ecstasy Of Gold (The Good, The Bad, The Ugly)
            3. Maint Title (For A Few Dollar More)
            4. A Fistful Of Dollars (A Fistful Of Dollars)

            Cut Copy

            January Tape

              Cut Copy’s January Tape, an ambient project originally released in 2016 as a limited-edition run of 400 cassette tapes, comes to vinyl for the first time on January 2023 via Cutters Records and Diggers Factory.

              Dan Whitford of Cut Copy said the project took shape after the band took a break from recording the follow-up to 2013’s Free Your Mind. “Having worked for much of the previous 12 months on a new Cut Copy album, we decided in January it was time to give ourselves a well earned break, “Whitford stated. “But instead of retreating to the wilderness or decompressing on a beach somewhere, we spent ten days in the studio making a collection of ambient instrumental works. We wanted to share outtakes from these sessions in all their unedited glory with you, and put them out as an extremely limited edition cassette, available mainly through our webstores.” Now with this limited vinyl release, more fans will be able to grab a hold of a physical copy of the music (the OG cassette’s are now a long-gone and highly coveted collector’s item).

              Composed and recorded by Whitford and Cut Copy’s guitarist Tim Hoey, January Tape was accompanied by a short video, January Trip, by Glen Goetze and Brendan MacLeod. The video takes from several parts of the tape, evoking the lush, cinematic and occasionally disparate moods in the music via split screen themed imagery, both man-made and elemental in origin. More meditation than music video, more hypnosis than hype, January Trip works as a harmonious visual companion to the soundscapes in the tape.

              TRACK LISTING

              FACE A
              1.Part 1
              2.Part 2
              FACE B
              1.Part 3
              2.Part 4
              3.Part 5

              John Williams

              Hollywood Story

                A graduate of the Juilliard School, John Williams is considered a prodigy of his generation. Conductor, composer, pianist, saxophonist… these are all roles he embodies.

                From the height of his 64-year career, he has had the honor of composing the soundtracks of Harry Potter, Jaws, ET, Jurassic Park, Superman, Schindler's List and more.

                A composer with multiple awards, he is undoubtedly one of the pioneers of the international music scene.


                TRACK LISTING

                A1. Jaws Main Theme (from Jaws)
                A2. Suite Of Raiders Of The Lost Ark (from Raiders Of The Lost Ark)
                A3. Suite Of Jurassic Park (from Jurassic Park)
                A4. Hedwigs Theme (from Harry Potter And The Philosophers Stone)
                B1. Star Wars : A New Hope Main Titles (from Star Wars IV : A New Hope)
                B2. Cantina Band (from Star Wars IV : A New Hope)
                B3. The Imperial March (from Star Wars Episode V : The Empire Strikes Back)
                B4. Duel Of The Fates (from Star Wars Episode 1 : The Phantom Menace)
                B5. Across The Stars (from Star Wars Episode II : Attack Of The Clones)
                C1. Schindlers List Main Theme (from Schindlers List)
                C2. Hymn To The Fallen (from Saving Private Ryan)
                C3. The Float (from Catch Me If You Can)
                C4. The Tale Of Viktor Navorski (from The Terminal)
                D1. Adventures On Earth (from E.T. : The Extra-Terrestrial)
                D2. Resolution And Finale (from Close Encounters Of The Third Kind)
                D3. Where Dreams Are Born (from Artificial Intelligence)

                Billie Holiday

                1937-1958: The Essential Works

                  Lady Day was born under the name of Eleanora Fagan. How much suffering does it take to express love, pain, despair, or even life itself? Few singers have communicated emotions like Billie Holiday. Her father, a jazz guitarist, wouldn’t recognise her and so refused to give his daughter his name. He was more interested in nightlife than in family life. Billie’s mother was a cleaner, cook and occasional prostitute who abandoned her daughter to the care of her aunts or a reformatory. Billie had a life of violence that commonly included rape and physical abuse of all kinds.

                  In between prostitution, prison and a few gigs in sordid dives where a customer’s generosity was her only means of support, Billie managed to record for Columbia when she was only nineteen. It was the beginning of a recognition that never waned over the years.

                  Few voices of the past eight decades were as capable of moving the hearts of those who loved female singers in the same way as Billie Holiday.

                  TRACK LISTING

                  SIDE A
                  1. All Of Me
                  2. When You’re Smiling
                  3. If Dreams Come
                  4. The Man I Love
                  5. Getting Some Fun Out Of Life
                  6. Time On My Hands
                  7. The Very Thought Of You
                  SIDE B
                  1. My Man
                  2. Jim
                  3. Solitude
                  4. Georgia On My Mind
                  5. Lover Man
                  6. Am I Blue ?
                  7. I’ll Be Seeing You
                  SIDE C
                  1. Now Or Never
                  2. On The Sunny Side Of The Street
                  3. Blue Moon
                  4. Remember
                  5. Sugar
                  6. Them There Eyes
                  7. Lover Come Back To Me
                  SIDE D
                  1. Love Me Or Leave Me
                  2. Willow Weep For Me
                  3. I’ve Got My Love To Keep Me Warm
                  4. Cheek To Cheek
                  5. All Or Nothing At All
                  6. I’m A Fool To Want You


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