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The Wedding Present

The Hit Parade - 30th Anniversary Edition

    2022 marks the 30th Anniversary of the original Hit Parade single releases, where The Wedding Present released a limited edition 7” single every month throughout 1992 with each making the UK Top 30, equalling the then record of Most UK Top 30 Hits in a year set by Elvis. An original Gedge composition on the a-side of each single was accompanied by a cover version on the b-side encompassing a wide range of artists from Neil Young and The Go-Betweens to Isaac Hayes and Elton John.

    We are releasing a 2LP vinyl set collecting together the A and B-Sides of all 12 of the 7” singles. The vinyl package also includes CDs of all 24 tracks. The newly configured artwork drawing on the original 7” sleeves has been put together by Hitch, the original designer, and the whole project has been overseen by the band’s leader David Gedge. In addition to the 2LP release we will also be releasing an updated version of the 2CD product with the new artwork.


    SIDE A 
    1. Blue Eyes 
    2. Go-Go Dancer 
    3. Three 
    4. Silver Shorts 
    5. Come Play With Me 
    6. California 
    SIDE B 
    1. Flying Saucer 
    2. Boing! 
    3. Love Slave 
    4. Sticky 
    5. The Queen Of Outer Space 
    6. No Christmas 
    SIDE C
    1. Cattle And Cane
    2. Don't Cry No Tears
    3. Think That It Might
    4. Falling
    5. Pleasant Valley Sunday
    6. Let's Make Some Plans
    SIDE D
    1. Rocket
    2. Theme From Shaft
    3. Chant Of The Ever Circling Skeletal Family
    4. Go Wild In The Country
    5. U.F.O.
    6. Step Into Christmas

    Pearl Jam

    Rearviewmirror (Greatest Hits 1991 - 2003 Volume 2)

      Rearviewmirror (Greatest Hits 1991–2003) is a two-part compilation album by American rock band Pearl Jam, originally released on November 16, 2004 through Epic Records.

      The album's two discs are both devoted to different sides of the band's catalogue: the first disc, or "Up Side", contains heavier rock songs while the second disc or "Down Side" consists of slower songs and ballads. Both discs are in chronological order, with the exception of the last song on the "Down Side", regular show closer "Yellow Ledbetter".

      Pressed on standard black vinyl.


      Barry says: This second edition of the Pearl Jam best of sees the band pull out their slightly more introspective numbers, with 'Elderly Woman...' and 'Nothingman' being two of my favourites. This one has a little less of the grit of the first part of the collection, but is the perfect listen when you want something a little more mellow.


      SIDE A 
      1 Black 
      2 Breath 
      3 Daughter 
      4 Elderly Woman Behind The Counter In A Small Town 
      SIDE B
      1 Immortality
      2 Better Man 
      3 Nothingman 
      4 Who You Are 
      SIDE C
      1 Off He Goes
      2 Given To Fly
      3 Wishlist
      4 Last Kiss
      5 Nothing As It Seems
      SIDE D
      1 Light Years
      2 I Am Mine
      3 Man Of The Hour
      4 Yellow Ledbetter

      Leonard Cohen

      Songs Of Love And Hate - 50th Anniversary Edition.

        On the 'We Are Vinyl' label' - This is the 50th anniversary edition of singer-songwriter Leonard Cohen's third studio album. Produced by Bob Johnston, the album was originally released in March 1971 through Columbia Records. An x8 song album, pressed on 180gm heavyweight, Black LP Vinyl.


        Last Year's Man
        Dress Rehearsal Rag
        Diamonds In The Mine
        Love Calls You By Your Name
        Famous Blue Raincoat
        Sing Another Song, Boys
        Joan Of Arc

        Various Artists

        The Sound Of Philadelphia - Volume 1

          "We are Vinyl" release this excellent new compilation, featuring some of the greatest tracks from the Philadelphia International label. Pressed on standard black, double LP vinyl.

          A 16 song set, including:- Harold Melvin, MFSB, The O'Jays, Billy Paul, The Jones Girls, Lou Rawls, Teddy Pendergrass, The Three Degrees, McFadden & Whitehead, Archie Bell & The Drells, The Jacksons & more... It's a faultless collection of disco and soul from the years that mattered Allll the hits! 


          Side 1
          1. MFSB - TSOP (The Sound Of Philadelphia) (3:43)
          2. The O'Jays - Love Train (2:58)
          3. Hardol Melvin & The Blue Notes - Wake Up Everybody (7:33)
          4. Archie Bell & The Drells - Don't Let Love Get You Down (4:21)
          Side 2
          1. The Jacksons - Show You The Way To Go (3:28)
          2. McFadden & Whitehead - Ain't No Stoppin' Us Now (6:57)
          3. The O'Jays - Back Stabbers (3:04)
          4. The Three Degrees - When Will I See You Again (3:00)
          Side 3
          1. Billy Paul - Me & Mrs Jones (4:48)
          2. Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes - If You Don't Know Me By Now (feat Teddy Pendergrass) (3:27)
          3. Teddy Pendergrass - The Whole Town's Laughing At Me (4:27)
          4. Lou Rawls - You'll Never Find Another Love Like Mine (4:27)
          Side 4
          1. The Jones Girls - Nights Over Egypt (4:35)
          2. Dexter Wansel - The Sweetest Pain (5:40)
          3. Jean Carn - Don't Let It Go To Your Head (4:52)
          4. Archie Bell & The Drells - Let's Groove (3:03)

          Run DMC

          Raising Hell

            Following the success of "King Of Rock", "Raising Hell" (1986) raised more than just a massive revenue stream by selling over three million albums worldwide. It’s a well known fact that the record, produced by rock / hip hop production pioneer Rick Rubin, raised the bar for hip hop albums in general. Musically it indeed raises hell, being crammed to the brim with hard-hitting hooks, loops, samples, scratches, inventive tong-twisting braggadocio and catchy choruses. Too many classics on this one: “Peter Piper” with the massive Bob James bell drum sample “It’s Tricky” (putting The Knack’s “My Sharona” sample to extremely good use) and the song that popularized a certain brand of shoes in the Hip Hop community, “My Adidas”. However the album’s flag bearer is undoubtedly “Walk This Way” which literally rendered Aerosmith’s original version obsolete. Viewing from an eighties hip hop perspective, the collaboration with Aerosmith seemed rather unusual to say the least, but at the same time it proved that hip hop and rock are merely next door neighbours. The album’s timeless quality surfaces in its ability to bring together masses of fans of both genres.

            The Clash

            Combat Rock

              "On the surface of things, Combat Rock appears to be a retreat from the sprawling stylistic explorations of London Calling and Sandinista! The pounding arena rock of "Should I Stay or Should I Go" makes the Clash sound like an arena rock band, and much of the album boasts a muscular, heavy sound courtesy of producer Glyn Johns. But things aren't quite that simple. Combat Rock contains heavy flirtations with rap, funk, and reggae, and it even has a cameo by poet Allen Ginsberg - if this album is, as it has often been claimed, the Clash's sellout effort, it's a very strange way to sell out. Even with the infectious, dance-inflected new wave pop of "Rock the Casbah" leading the way, there aren't many overt attempts at crossover success, mainly because the group is tearing in two separate directions. Mick Jones wants the Clash to inherit the Who's righteous arena rock stance, and Joe Strummer wants to forge ahead into black music. The result is an album that is nearly as inconsistent as Sandinista!, even though its finest moments -- "Should I Stay or Should I Go," "Rock the Casbah," "Straight to Hell" - illustrate why the Clash were able to reach a larger audience than ever before with the record." - Allmusic.

              Jefferson Airplane

              Surrealistic Pillow - 2017 Reissue

              "Surrealistic Pillow", as the name implies, is one soft ridden, slightly mad piece of psychedelic San Francisco folk rock. From its percussive intro of "She Has Funny Cars" to the thumping mystique of "Plastic Fantastic Lover", this album's one heaven of a trip alright!

              Jefferson Airplane truly hit the mark with this seminal album from 1967 - hippies, druggies and students from all over the world embraced the hitmaking ensemble and probably smoked another cheeba cheeba to the sweet tones of the band. Highlights that should not be overlooked are or course "Somebody To Love", "White Rabbit" and "Today".

              TRACK LISTING

              A1. She Has Funny Cars (3:03)
              A2. Somebody To Love (2:57)
              A3. My Best Friend (3:02)
              A4. Today (3:00)
              A5. Comin' Back To Me (5:20)

              B1. 3/5 Of A Mile In 10 Seconds (3:41)
              B2. DCBA-25 (2:33)
              B3. How Do You Feel (3:26)
              B4. Embryonic Journey (1:52)
              B5. White Rabbit (2:32)
              B6. Plastic Fantastic Lover (2:36)

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