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Tears For Fears

Head Over Heels (Talamanca System Remix)

    THIS IS A RECORD STORE DAY 2018 EXCLUSIVE, LIMITED TO ONE PER PERSON.

    As per the previous PR for the Talamanca System Tribal Persuasion mix, part of the true spirit of Balearic/Ibiza has always been slightly left field pop - Prefab Sprout, It’s Immaterial, Talk Talk and of course TFF, so TFF are always held in high regard by the Balearic brigade and this song (Head over Heels) in particular. Whilst a slightly daunting prospect to remix, across the 4 remixes (two by Talamanca and two by Mark Barrott) the aim was to capture the original spirit of Ibiza across it’s different moods, from the dance floor to Sunset via the early poly-rhythms of Underworld, the dramatic majesty of Padilla’s Cafe Del Mar and the dubbed out vibe’s of Larry Heard inspired slo mo house.Whilst these are to be enjoyed by all, in many ways their natural home is on vinyl, as they capture that original spirit and re-frame it in a modern context, taking the atmosphere of the original track and intertwining it with all the aforementioned elements of Ibiza’s musical heritage. Packaging will be black in colour. 

    Bon Jovi

    Live 2

      This is the second in a series of live Bon Jovi Picture Disc. "I'll Be There For You (Live in Lakeland)" and"Runaway (Live in Paris)" are both on vinyl for the first time.Track Listing "I'll Be There For You (Live in Lakeland)", "Lay Your Hands On Me (Live at Giants Stadium)", "Bad Medicine (Live at Wembley)", "Runaway (Live in Paris)"

      'Noah And The Whale return with their 4th album ‘Heart of Nowhere’. This latest offering from the now five-piece band comes on the back of 2011’s platinum-selling top 10 charting success ‘Last Night On Earth’ which spawned 5 hit singles including the massive ‘L.I.F.E.G.O.E.S.O.N’ and ‘Tonight’s The Kind Of Night’.

      ‘Heart of Nowhere’ is led by the first single ‘There Will Come A Time’; already Zane Lowe’s ‘Hottest Record in The World’ and Greg James’ ‘Record of The Week’.

      The Killers

      Battle Born

        One of the biggest bands on the planet are back! With 5 million albums sold in the UK to date, The Killers return with ‘Battle Born’ – their first studio album since 2008’s million selling ‘Day & Age’. The highly anticipated new album has all the sonic characteristics expected from world class rock band and promises the same excitement and energy invoked by ‘Hot Fuss’ back in 2004.

        Various Cruelties

        Various Cruelties

        Various Cruelties had an amazing year in 2011, one that will only be eclipsed by whats to come in 2012. Fronted by Leeds Local Liam O'Donnel, Various Cruelties proudly display their fondness of Northern Soul blended with their unmatched ability to write a pop hook.

        Having released their debut single 'Chemicals' in the summer the band were immediately asked to perform on Later with Jools Holland which aired in the Autumn. Follow up single 'Great Unknown' continued to grow Various Cruelties popularity earning them an addition on the R1 playlist and support slots with Noah and the Whale and Kasabian.

        TRACK LISTING

        1. Chemicals
        2. Great Unknown
        3. If It Wasn't For You
        4. Magnetic Field
        5. Cold As You
        6. Dry Your Tears
        7. Beautiful Delirium
        8. She Is The One
        9. Capsize
        10. Thrill Is Gone
        11. Neon Truth

        I Am Arrows

        Sun Comes Up Again

        A skilled multi-instrumentalist - he played every instrument on the album - and an extraordinarily talented songwriter, in Razorlight, Andy Burrows aka I Am Arrows, was an intrinsic part of the success of that band’s multi-million selling eponymous second album before his departure in 2008.
        After a long time (literally) taking a backseat, Andy Burrows and his songs are now front and centre. Ideas, for so long stoppered up, are flooding out of him. You can hear this – the relief, the fun, the ambition, the talent – in the songs bursting all over the album.
        Beautiful pop songs that suggest Seventies soul, modern ‘beats and bleeps’, and timeless melodies. Heartfelt songs about love, doubt, confusion, romance and, here and there, the mercurial ‘bromance’ he had with his former bandmates. The songs are small but huge, warmly fuzzy but perfectly formed, instantly appealing and naggingly unforgettable.

        TRACK LISTING

        1. Nun
        2. Green Grass
        3. Nice Try
        4. Far Enough Away
        5. Monster Dash
        6. No Wonder
        7. So Long Ago
        8. The Us
        9. Another Picture Of You
        10. 50 Feet High
        11. Battle For Hearts & Minds
        12. Park Slopey
        13. Bruises
        14. You've Found Love

        Alan Pownall

        True Love Stories

        Hugely addictive, new 25-year-old, singer songwriter Alan Pownall’s refreshing formula of sublime and effortless songcraft, added with an obsession for pop perfection is producing irresistible results.

        TRACK LISTING

        1. More Or Less
        2. Clara
        3. Too Many Holes
        4. Chasing Time
        5. Don't You Know Me
        6. Colourful Day
        7. Take Me
        8. Life Worth Living
        9. The Others
        10. Turn Me Down
        11. You Know

        Noisettes

        Wild Young Hearts

        Two years on from a debut album awash with punk spirit and scorching blues-rock, London trio Noisettes make their return with "Wild Young Hearts", a set of sleek pop songs steeped in soul, dizzy on disco and harking back to the days of blues and jazz greats. From the galloping funk grooves of forthcoming, first single "Don't Upset The Rhythm", to the joyous, jazzy title track, the stomping electro-rock of "Saturday Night", the glorious 60s-tinged soul of "Never Forget You" and the sultry, shimmering pop of "24 Hours", in "Wild Young Hearts", Noisettes have made what is set to be one of 2009's most adventurous albums. Never fond of a formula, the trio always intended a radical musical detour from their acclaimed debut, "What's The Time Mr Wolf?", an album that spawned five singles and took them on tour for over a year, sharing arena stages with Muse and criss-crossing the States with TV On The Radio and Bloc Party. If you can imagine a hybrid of Blondie, Ting Tings and Rihanna, you'll begin to get an idea of how special this new record is. Vocalist Shingai Shoniwa, meanwhile, is fast becoming a style icon with the makings of a modern-day Deborah Harry.

        Joe Lean & The Jing Jang Jong

        Where Do You Go?

          "Where Do You Go?" encapsulates all that is wonderful about Joe Lean & The Jing Jang Jong within its three perfectly formed minutes. Searing guitars, teenage drama, and an irrepressible chorus all add up to make a song that simultaneously embraces the last 50 years of pop music whilst grinding it under its heel.

          Noisettes

          Scratch Your Name

            Noisettes release a new single "Scratch Your Name" taken from their debut album "What's The Time Mr Wolf?"

            Just Jack

            Glory Days - DJ Mehdi Remix

              Arriving just in time for the warm spell we're having right now, Just Jack's "Glory Days" is a lazy-Sunday-in-the-park sun-dappled style moocher. This CD single also includes an exclusive pumped-up electrohouse rework by Ed Banger's DJ Mehdi.

              Thirteen Senses

              All The Love In Your Hands

                The first single to be taken from their brand new studio album "Contact".

                The Noisettes

                Sister Rosetta

                  Shingai and the boys deliver another short sharp blast of their feisty blues-punk-rock'n'roll.

                  Razorlight

                  America

                    The second single from their self titled second album is "America", and it's an anthem in the making.

                    The Killers

                    Sam's Town

                      The second album from The Killers, which sees them shift to a slightly rockier style, has been produced by the band with the legendary production team of Flood and Alan Moulder.

                      The Rapture

                      Pieces Of The People We Love

                        Since The Rapture burst onto the scene with the astonishingly good "House Of Jealous Lovers" back in 2002, everyone and their dog has rediscovered early 80s punk-funk and slavishly copied the likes of the Gang Of Four for their own (often second rate) bands. With angular guitar shards, shouty vocals and funky bass and drums becoming one of the ubiquitous sounds of the mid 00s, the returning Rapture had to come up with something pretty good to even get noticed. Luckily for us "Pieces Of The People We Love" is not only pretty good but also fantastic and should re-affirm our faith in the New York outfit's songwriting ability, proving that they're more than just skinny jeans and cool haircuts. Essential!

                        Razorlight

                        In The Morning

                          Razorlight are back with this cracking first single from their eagerly anticipated second album.

                          Razorlight

                          This Is Razorlight

                            This 95 minute DVD captures the spirit of Razorlight and their incredible live performances, plus all their videos (never previously available on enhanced CDs) and some exclusive extras. The concert was filmed on the "Rock'n'Roll Riot" headline tour in October 2004 at Brixton Academy. The extras include all seven of their videos from the rough-and-ready "Rock'n'Roll Lies" to the smash hit "Somewhere Else", plus three previously unseen exclusive live clips. Clip one is "Golden Touch" from the rooftop guerilla gig at Bricklayer's Arms pub in East London. Clips two and three are the highly sought-after B-sides "Heartbreak Soup" (performed acoustically before the Mean Fiddler gig in May 2004), and "Yeah, Yeah, Yeah" (filmed at a secret gig at the Bull & Gate - drummer Andy Burrow's first with the band having only joined 10 days prior).

                            Lamb

                            Between Darkness And Wonder

                              While many of their contemporaries have suffered from 'difficult fourth album' syndrome (or havn't even got that far!), Lamb are back with what are their finest set of tracks to date! The songs and Louise Rhodes vocals are allowed to shine through the dense, multi-layered pastoral-electro-acoustic sounds creating a richly textured set of tracks.

                              Fake Ideal

                              Carve Me An Edge

                                Great angst ridden rock from these four guys from that hot bed of rock'n'roll... Doncaster. Both formats include exclusive tracks.

                                Alex Harvey

                                Considering The Situation - A Journey Through The

                                  The remarkable career of Scotland's Alex Harvey is one laced with tragedy and wild creativity. His brother Les, guitarist with Stone The Crows, died on stage in the early 70s and the accident seemed to galvanise Alex into a burst of creative energy, forming a new band, one that cemented his own legend as leader of the Sensational Alex Harvey Band. His career began in the early 60s, (he won a competition as Scotland's answer to Tommy Steele), through a stint in "Hair" and then the SAHB's always fighting the bottle and fate. This comprehensive double is a perfect overview of the career of one of rock's true characters.

                                  Sum 41

                                  Does This Look Infected

                                    UK release of this album includes two bonus tracks "Reign In Pain (Heavy Metal Jamboree)" and "WWVII Parts 1&2".

                                    Sum 41

                                    In Too Deep

                                      Shelby Lynne

                                      Love Shelby

                                        Shelby Lynne - gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous. But can she sing? Well yes actually! She turned the conservative Nashville prudes on their heads with her multi million seller "I Am Shelby Lynne", overcoming the bathos of her tragic early life with a new look at alt.country, and this is more of the same. The added redolence of performing John Lennon's "Mother" makes it one of the album's many highlights.

                                        Lamb

                                        What Sound

                                          They've enrolled the help of some famous friends for this latest entry into the leftfield / downbeat / future funk / electronics selection of modern music. Arto Lindsay, Michael Franti, Scratch Perverts etc. Splendid.


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