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Swansong For You (RSD24 EDITION)

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    Snow Patrol

    Songs For Polarbears - 25th Anniversary Edition

      Snow Patrol have produced their debut album on vinyl for the first time since its initial pressing of 1,000 copies. A 25th Anniversary limited edition will be available on Arctic Pearl White vinyl and includes an exclusive Art Print adapted from the original promotional poster for the album and with a lyric quote on the reverse. Originally released on August 31st 1998, this limited edition of ‘Songs for Polarbears’ will be available on Jeepster Recordings for release on November 10th 2023.

      The debut album by Snow Patrol was written and recorded by the three original members: Gary Lightbody, Mark McClelland and Jonny Quinn and also features members of Belle and Sebastian on several tracks.

      Described in 1998 by Melody Maker as “somewhere betwixt the folksome musing of Sebadoh and the laserbeam noiz of lots of excitable bands your mother wouldn’t like”.

      The singles released from the album at the time were:
      • Little Hide
      • One Hundred Things You Should Have Done In Bed
      • Velocity Girl/Absolute Gravity (double A-side)
      • Starfighter Pilot

      Starfighter Pilot was originally recorded for Electric Honey Records under the Stow College project. It was released on CD by Jeepster as both a 3-track EP and a version including remixes by Richard Colburn of Belle and Sebastian, Paul Leonard-Morgan, Cut La Roc and Steve Hitchcock, also distributed on white label vinyl to clubs. Promotional videos were released for all four singles.

      The album was recorded between August 1997 & June 1998 at Chamber Studios in Edinburgh, Scotland with Jamie Watson as producer

      TRACK LISTING

      A1. Downhill From Here
      A2. Starfighter Pilot
      A3. The Last Shot Ringing In My Ears
      A4. Absolute Gravity
      A5. Get Balsamic Vinegar… Quick You Fool
      A6. Mahogany
      A7. NYC
      B1. Little Hide
      B2. Make Up
      B3. Velocity Girl
      B4. Days Without Paracetamol
      B5. Fifteen Minutes Old
      B6. Favourite Friend
      B7. One Hundred Things You Should Have Done In Bed

      Belle And Sebastian

      The Boy With The Arab Strap - 25th Anniversary Pale Blue Artwork Edition

        Twenty-five years after its original release, Belle and Sebastian have produced their most popular album in limited pale blue artwork with matching coloured vinyl. This 25th Anniversary edition also includes an exclusive art print of behind-the-scenes photos from the promotional video for the album, taken by band member Sarah Martin.

        This limited pale blue colour artwork is reproduced in the original colour used in 1998 on the album’s promotional poster and T-shirt.

        The album was recorded in Glasgow at CaVa Studios during 1998. Videos were made at that time for Is It Wicked Not To Care, which inspired the 25th Anniversary art print, and Dirty Dream #2 (directed by Lance Bangs) which did not feature any band members.

        Belle and Sebastian were awarded Best Newcomer at the 1999 Brit Awards following the release of The Boy With The Arab Strap.

        Joining Stuart Murdoch on song writing duties on this album for the first time were band members Stevie Jackson, Isobel Campbell and Stuart David.

        The eponymous title track has become one of the most popular Belle and Sebastian songs and an iconic symbol of the live shows, when the band are ritually joined by their fans onstage as they dance to ‘The Boy With The Arab Strap’.


        TRACK LISTING

        A1. It Could Have Been A Brilliant Career
        A2. Sleep The Clock Around
        A3. Is It Wicked Not To Care?
        A4. Ease Your Feet In The Sea
        A5. A Summer Wasting
        A6. Seymour Stein
        B1. A Spaceboy Dream
        B2. Dirty Dream Number Two
        B3. The Boy With The Arab Strap
        B4. Chickfactor
        B5. Simple Things
        B6. The Rollercoaster Ride

        Various Artists

        It’s A Cool, Cool Christmas - 2023 Repress

          In celebration of the 21st Anniversary of this popular Christmas double album, Jeepster and War Child are releasing It’s A Cool Cool Christmas on vinyl for the first time. Originally released on November 20th 2000 as a CD only release, it will now be available on vinyl on November 19th 2021. This double album is released with colourful inners within a wide spine sleeve.
          This collection of songs is the definitive indie Christmas album and includes contributions from a broad spectrum of indie giants, with songs ranging from traditional standards to originals written specially for this collection. This compilation contains both ballads and songs to pogo around the Christmas tree to in equal measure and coincidentally is a compilation of twenty-one songs re-released after twenty-one years.

          The highlights are Low’s much-loved ‘Just Like Christmas’, The Flaming Lips and their ‘White Christmas (demo for Tom Waits)’, the Grandaddy track which is both wistful and amusing and Eels’ ‘Everything’s Gonna Be Cool This Christmas’. In fact there is not a second-rate filler on this album and there’s even a track from Lauren Laverne recorded before she became a famous DJ.

          The original intention of creating this album was to raise money for a worthy charity. War Child is an amazing organisation that protects, educates and helps children get over the terrible traumas they’ve suffered from war. The work done in their programmes has alife-saving impact on children and their families in some of the most dangerous places on earth.

          TRACK LISTING

          A1. Grandaddy - Alan Parsons In A Winter Wonderland
          A2. The Dandy Warhols - Little Drummer Boy
          A3. The Webb Brothers - Every Day Is Christmas
          A4. Eels - Everything’S Gonna Be Cool This Christmas
          A5. El Vez - Feliz Navi-Nada
          A6. Morgan - Christmas In Waikiki
          B1. Drugstore - Maybe At Christmas Time
          B2. Belle And Sebastian - O Come, O Come Emmanuel
          B3. Giant Sand - Thank You Dreaded Black Ice, Thank You
          B4. The Flaming Lips - White Christmas (Demo For Tom Waits)
          B5. Saint Etienne - My Christmas Prayer
          C1. Departure Lounge - Christmas Downer
          C2. Six By Seven - I Believe In Father Christmas
          C3. Snow Patrol - When I Get Home For Christmas
          C4. Titan - Spiritual Guidance
          C5. Big Boss Man - Christmas Boogaloo
          D1. Teenage Fanclub - Christmas Eve
          D2. Calexico - Gift X-Change
          D3. Gorky’S Zygotic Mynci - Hwiangerdd Mair
          D4. Low - Just Like Christmas
          D5. Lauren Laverne - In The Bleak Midwinter

          Snow Patrol

          When It’s All Over We Still Have To Clear Up - 2022 Reissue

            In celebration of the 21st Anniversary of Snow Patrol’s second album, they are releasing the vinyl LP When It’s All Over We Still Have To Clear Up, now with the original artwork for the first time. Originally released on 12th March 2001 on CD only, a limited edition was finally released on vinyl format in 2019 with adapted artwork. Now, it is being made available with the original artwork.

            The second album by Snow Patrol was written and recorded by the three original members: Gary Lightbody, Mark McClelland and Jonny Quinn and also features members of Belle and Sebastian on some tracks. The singles released from the album at the time were ‘Ask Me How I Am’ and ‘One Night Is Not Enough’ but the star track from the album ended up being ‘An Olive Grove Facing The Sea’ which was favoured and supported on radio by both Zane Lowe and Colin Murray.

            The album was a follow up to their critically acclaimed debut ‘Songs For Polarbears’ released in 1998. It was recorded in November 2000 at Substation in Cowdenbeath, Fife, Scotland with Michael Brennan Jr as producer.

            TRACK LISTING

            1. Never Gonna Fall In Love Again Ask Me How I Am
            2. Making Enemies
            3. Black And Blue
            4. Last Ever Lone Gunman
            5. If I’d Found The Right Words To Say Batten Down The Hatch
            6. One Night Is Not Enough
            7. Chased By... I Don’t Know What
            8. On/Off
            9. An Olive Grove Facing The Sea
            10. When It’s All Over We Still Have To Clear Up Make Love To Me Forever
            11. Firelight

            Various Artists

            It's A Cool, Cool Christmas

              In celebration of the 21st Anniversary of this popular Christmas double album, Jeepster and War Child are releasing It’s A Cool Cool Christmas on vinyl for the first time.

              Originally released on November 20th 2000 as a CD only release, it will now be available on vinyl on November 19th 2021.

              This double album is released with colourful inners within a wide spine sleeve. This collection of songs is the definitive indie Christmas album and includes contributions from a broad spectrum of indie giants, with songs ranging from traditional standards to originals written specially for this collection. This compilation contains both ballads and songs to pogo around the Christmas tree to in equal measure and coincidentally is a compilation of twenty-one songs re-released after twenty-one years.

              The highlights are Low’s much-loved ‘Just Like Christmas’, The Flaming Lips and their ‘White Christmas (demo for Tom Waits)’, the Grandaddy track which is both wistful and amusing and Eels’ ‘Everything’s Gonna Be Cool This Christmas’. In fact there is not a second-rate filler on this album and there’s even a track from Lauren Laverne recorded before she became a famous DJ. The original intention of creating this album was to raise money for a worthy charity. War Child is an amazing organisation that protects, educates and helps children get over the terrible traumas they’ve suffered from war. The work done in their programmes has alife-saving impact on children and their families in some of the most dangerous places on earth.

              TRACK LISTING

              A1. Grandaddy - Alan Parsons In A Winter Wonderland
              A2. The Dandy Warhols - Little Drummer Boy
              A3. The Webb Brothers - Every Day Is Christmas
              A4. Eels - Everything’S Gonna Be Cool This Christmas
              A5. El Vez - Feliz Navi-Nada
              A6. Morgan - Christmas In Waikiki
              B1. Drugstore - Maybe At Christmas Time
              B2. Belle And Sebastian - O Come, O Come Emmanuel
              B3. Giant Sand - Thank You Dreaded Black Ice, Thank You
              B4. The Flaming Lips - White Christmas (Demo For Tom Waits)
              B5. Saint Etienne - My Christmas Prayer
              C1. Departure Lounge - Christmas Downer
              C2. Six By Seven - I Believe In Father Christmas
              C3. Snow Patrol - When I Get Home For Christmas
              C4. Titan - Spiritual Guidance
              C5. Big Boss Man - Christmas Boogaloo
              D1. Teenage Fanclub - Christmas Eve
              D2. Calexico - Gift X-Change
              D3. Gorky’s Zygotic Mynci - Hwiangerdd Mair
              D4. Low - Just Like Christmas
              D5. Lauren Laverne - In The Bleak Midwinter

              Belle And Sebastian

              The Boy With The Arab Strap

                After 1997's "If You're Feeling Sinister" made them critics' darlings, Scottish octet Belle And Sebastian ran straight into a series of label woes, and into the inevitable feeding frenzy that surrounds a free agent with their prodigious talents. Their experience with one label exec is detailed in "Seymour Stein" on "The Boy With The Arab Strap", which finds theband building on the pastoral pop charms of "Sinister...", adding a palpable layer of anger and an increasingly rich sonic palette to their painfully shy tales of despair.

                Near-overnight success taught the band a lot. This album moves from their trademark confessional diary sketches (still in abundance, as on the disarmingly naive "Is It Wicked Not To Care", and the tender "Rollercoaster Ride") to genuine social criticism, as on the title track, a narrative meditation on Britain's pretensions and societal ills. "Chickfactor" pulls apart the banality the band encountered on arrival in New York, an experience which only served to deepen the bashful anger that makes Belle and Sebastian so endearing.

                TRACK LISTING

                1. It Could Have Been A Brilliant Career
                2. Sleep The Clock Around
                3. Is It Wicked Not To Care
                4. Ease Your Feet In The Sea
                5. A Summer Wasting
                6. Seymour Stein
                7. A Space Boy Dream
                8. Dirty Dream Number Two
                9. The Boy With The Arab Strap
                10. Chickfactor
                11. Simple Things
                12. The Rollercoaster Ride

                Belle And Sebastian

                If You're Feeling Sinister

                  Their first 'official' release, after the limited edition "Tiger Milk" album. Includes "The Stars Of Track And Field" and "If You're Feeling Sinister". Clever, witty songs - a true indie classic.

                  TRACK LISTING

                  1. The Stars Of Track And Field
                  2. Seeing Other People
                  3. Me And The Major
                  4. Like Dylan In The Movies
                  5. The Fox In The Snow
                  6. Get Me Away From Here I'm Dying
                  7. If You're Feeling Sinister
                  8. Mayfly
                  9. The Boy Done Wrong Again
                  10. Judy And The Dream Of Horses

                  Belle And Sebastian

                  Fold Your Hands Child, You Walk Like A Peasant

                    For their fourth and most cleverly titled album, Glasgow's fey folk-popsters Belle & Sebastian have constructed another11 songs that at times reach into new musical and lyrical areas. Following secondary composer Stuart David's departure, de facto leader Stuart Murdoch divides the songwriting chores among the other members; yet what's apparent is the single-mindedness of Belle & Sebastian's song focus.

                    The overall mood is even softer and more precious (if that can be believed) than their previous efforts. Murdoch and Chris Geddes' "Don't Leave The Light On Baby" is the band's attempt at a '70s soul ballad, a Wurlitzer adding a Music-of-My-Mind vibe to a lovers' dissertation. Isobel Campbell's "Beyond The Sunrise" is biblical Celtic-prog-folk, all flutes and acoustic guitar, while Jackson's own "The Wrong Girl" is an upbeat, country-ish lament with typically soulful Belle & Sebastian strings and trumpet giving the song an understated melodic kick. Of course, Murdoch contributes a classic or two - "I Fought a War" is a gentle away-at-the-battlefield tale imbued with the greatest sense of dread Murdoch's ever given a song. And "Woman's Realm" is the kind of pop stomper "Arab Strap" was packed to the gills with, highlighted here by its increasingly quiet surroundings.

                    TRACK LISTING

                    1. I Fought In A War
                    2. The Model
                    3. Beyond The Sunrise
                    4. Waiting For The Moon To Rise
                    5. Don't Leave The Light On Baby
                    6. The Wrong Girl
                    7. The Chalet Lines
                    8. Nice Day For A Sulk
                    9. Women's Realm
                    10. Family Tree
                    11. There's Too Much Love


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