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Age Of Love

The Age Of Love - Charlotte De Witte / Jam & Spoon / Solomun Remixes

Age Of Love wrote and released their most iconic track in 1990. It went on to become a stone-cold dance classic that inspired a whole trance movement that has endured throughout the years.

Diki present the three most famous remixes on one record: the legendary 1992 Jam & Spoon 'Watch Out For Stella' Mix, Charlotte de Witte & Enrico Sangiuliano's 2021 remix & Solomun's 2017 remix.




TRACK LISTING

A.The Age Of Love (Charlotte De Witte & Enrico Sangiuliano Remix)
B1. The Age Of Love (Jam & Spoon Watch Out For Stella Mix - 2021 Remaster)
B2. The Age Of Love (Solomun's Renaissance Remix)

Public Enemy

Yo! Bum Rush The Show - 2023 Reissue

    With 1987's 'Yo! Bum Rush the Show', Public Enemy introduced a new kind of bravado that wasn't just directed at other players and sucker MCs but was an out-and-out middle-finger challenge to the whole world. PE, helped by Def Jam head Rick Rubin, crowd these tracks with disparate sounds that move your hips while they buzz from every channel. Despite Chuck and Flavor's serious posturing, you'll be grateful for the sloppy bass line in "Timebomb" and Terminator X's brilliant tone experiment (doffing its hat to Fred Wesley's 'Blow Your Head'), "Public Enemy No. 1."

    Joseph Of Kirezi

    The Only Way Out Is Through (Bleeding Jam Vol. 1)

      Joseph of Kirezi were formed in Ikebukuro (Tokyo) in 2012 wherever since they have been roaming the outermost corners of the black clad psychedelic underground. So please get ready to treat your ears to ‘The Only Way Out Is Through’ – a pounding tour de force of amp destroying killer Fuzz Wah Sike Rock. If there was ever music to be played in that killer sixties exploitation movie – in that biker club scene where every one has been spiked with the brown acid and the bad trip is coming on strong – then this is the music that would be playing – a pounding and ferocious white noise psychedelic nightmare. We are not dealing with any subtle intricacies here, just the joy in the classic combination of excess volume and repetition – crushing levels of heaviness all enveloped in a white noise fury.

      Taking cues from kindred spirits such as High Rise, The Stooges, Black Sabbath, Hawkwind, Amon Düül II, Spacemen 3, The Heads – music for freaks in the know – Prepare to vibrate as you TURN ON , TUNE IN , FREAK OUT !

      TRACK LISTING

      A1 - The Only Way Out Is Through - Part 1
      B1 - The Only Way Out Is Through - Part 2

      The Jam

      Snap! - Vinyl Reissue

        Originally released in 1983, Snap! was the first ‘greatest hits’ collection from The Jam and appeared just after Paul Weller took the shock decision to split up the band at the height of their popularity and success.

        The title Snap! originates from the production, the A&R team and the band in the studio listening back to recording sessions and deciding if the track had the necessary distinctive Jam ‘snap’ sound to make the cut…!!

        The original 29-track album with chronological sequencing clearly illustrates their brief but stunning story, from explosive debut on the embryonic English punk scene and their meteoric rise to become one of the greatest and best-loved British bands.

        From their thrilling debut single – In The City to their farewell – Beat Surrender the collection features 16 top-30 singles – 4 number ones!

        Features hit singles – Down In The Tube Station At Midnight, Strange Town, When You’re Young, Going Underground, That’s Entertainment, Start!, Town Called Malice , The Eton Rifles and many more. Also includes remarkable B-side tracks such as The Butterfly Collector and Tales from the Riverbank.

        “One of the greatest ‘greatest-hits’ albums of all time”.

        TRACK LISTING

        LP1 - Side A
        1. In The City
        2. Away From The Numbers
        3. All Around The World
        4. The Modern World
        5. News Of The World
        6. Billy Hunt
        7. English Rose
        8. Mr. Clean

        LP1 - Side B
        1. David Watts
        2. 'A' Bomb In Wardour St
        3. Down In The Tube Station At Midnight
        4. Strange Town
        5. The Butterfly Collector
        6. When You're Young
        7. Smithers-Jones
        8. Thick As Thieves

        LP2 - Side A
        1. The Eton Rifles
        2. Going Underground
        3. Dreams Of Children
        4. That's Entertainment
        5. Start!
        6. Man In The Corner Shop
        7. Funeral Pyre

        LP2 - Side B
        1. Absolute Beginners
        2. Tales From The Riverbank
        3. Town Called Malice
        4. Precious
        5. The Bitterest Pill (I Ever Had To Swallow)
        6. Beat Surrender

        7" - Side A
        1. Move On Up (Live)
        2. Get Yourself Together (Live) 

        7" - Side B
        1. The Great Depression (Live)
        2. But I'm Different Now (Live)

        The Jam

        Setting Sons

          Originally intended as a concept album, only a few of the finished tracks on their brilliant 1979 LP related to the proposed theme of three close friends growing apart. The ferocious, blunt Thick As Thieves perhaps best captures that painful drift apart. Elsewhere Weller emerges the vitriolic political commentator on the anti war polemic, Little Boy Soldiers and the class war cry of hit single The Eton Rifles.

          The Jam exploded onto the punk scene in 1977. Led by guitarist/singer Paul Weller, a young, sharp suited mod, who was inspired by Otis Redding, Dr Feelgood, The Who and the Sex Pistols in equal measure, with bassist Bruce Foxton and drummer Rick Buckler they delivered their ferocious mission statement – In The City. The song hit the Top 40 and fanfared the arrival of a three piece that would over the next five years produce six studio albums and 18 singles including four Number 1s. While their punk contemporaries faded away - The Jam went out with a bang, at the very, very top. Such was the enormity of their split that it even made the TV news. 

          And their influence is still as strong today, 30 years after that thrilling debut. After spawning the mod revival with bands like The Chords and The Purple Hearts, they laid the foundations for Britpop (bands like Blur and Oasis crowned Weller the Modfather) and their music can now be heard in the sounds of Arctic Monkeys, Graham Coxon, Dirty Pretty Things, Babyshambles, The Ordinary Boys and Hard Fi. Even hip hop producer Mark Ronson has just covered Pretty Green (from Sound Affects). 

          Now, to celebrate the band’s 30th anniversary, Universal Music present the classic albums in exact replicas of the original vinyl editions. 

          Strictly limited edition – one print run only.

          TRACK LISTING

          Girl On The Phone
          Thick As Thieves
          Private Hell
          Little Boy Soldiers
          Wasteland
          Burning Sky
          Smithers-Jones
          Saturday's Kids
          The Eton Rifles
          Heatwave

          Boz Hayward And The Bozchestra

          Shortscores (Short Film Scores From Video Jam)

          Crossing Calexico with Mogwai will take you some way here… but only some way… This is very welcome unchartered territory. A highly original 10-track acoustic film score album rich in melody, harmonies, atmosphere and dynamics with a good mix of tempos that will take the listener to many places inside 40 minutes.

          Boz Hayward’s fourth album SHORTSCORES is the first body of work created solely for Video Jam – the experimental short film/live score event from Manchester. Boz has been associated with Video Jam since its inception in January 2012. His cinematic, narrative writing style, coupled with his quaint and idiosyncratic 'Bozchestra' (traditionally consisting of Boz himself on acoustic guitar, a mariachi bass/guitarron, violin, trumpet and percussion) lends itself perfectly to the art of the film score. A rich, rewarding listen.

          The Roots

          Rising Down

            The Roots are back with probably their most political album to date, dealing with addiction, nihilism, hypocritical double standards in the prison system and overall life in Philadelphia. The political nature of "Rising Down" is not only heard within the music. The title comes from William T. Vollmann's treatise on violence entitled 'Rising Up And Rising Down', and the release date falls on the 16th anniversary of the Los Angeles riots sparked by the acquittal of the police officers accused of beating Rodney King. Standout tracks include "Criminal", a reflection of life on the streets and unjust persecution, "I Will Not Apologize", a tribute to Fela Kuti that discusses keeping dignity in the music biz and "I Can't Help It" a look at addictions and urges that compel us all. Guests on the album include Common, Mos Def, Talib Kweli, Saigon, Dice Raw, Wale, Chrisette Michele and more.

            Ghostface Killah

            The Big Doe Rehab

              In the six years since the Wu Tang Clan's last LP, Ghostface Killah has been a busy MC, putting out a regular supply of albums, "The Big Doe Rehab" being the latest. Featuring fat beats, tales from the hood lyrics and guest spots from Wu's Raekwon and Method Man, Kid Capri, Ox, Masta Killa, Beanie Sigal and more, this is another solid set from the Clan member.

              The Jam

              Snap!

                This limited edition triple disc set features the 29 track 'greatest hits' double CD plus a bonus live EP featuring: "Move On Up", "Get Yourself Together", "The Great Depression" and "But I'm Different Now".


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