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Altered Images - Pinky Blue LP + BLUE vinyl 7inch

Altered Images - Pinky Blue LP + BLUE vinyl 7inch

Released 24th February 2017

The second of our Altered Images re-issues. Hot on the heels of the 'Happy Birthday' album this saw produccer Martin Rushent take the helm for the whole project after the success of the 'Happy Birthday' single.

Remastered and pressed on 180g vinyl this collectors edition includes a bonus BLUE vinyl 7inch single of the single edit of 'I Could Be Happy' and 'Insects' from the 'I Could Be Happy' 12inch single.


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Altered Images

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Happy Birthday + RED vinyl 7inch

Released 2nd December 2016

Remastered and pressed on 180g vinyl 'Happy Birthday' the bands debut album features a RED vinyl 7inch of the Steve Severin produced single 'Dead Pop Stars' and its accompanying b-side 'Sentimental', both of which were dropped from the album.

The band recorded most of the album with Banshee Steve Severin, but Martin Rushent was brought in to produce the title track 'Happy Birthday', the next single, which spent 3 weeks at No2 in UK Charts and earned the band NME 'Best New Group' and Smash Hits 'Best Newcomer' awards that year.


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Released 19th January 2018.

Remastered and pressed on two 180g vinyl discs 'Here's To Future Days 2LP set features the original album and a bonus disc of 12inch remixes and extended versions that originally appeared on the UK cassette version of the album.
Side 1 opens with the original Alex Sadkin American remix of 'Lay Your Hands On Me' , 'Shoot Out' a remix of 'Don't Mess With Doctor Dream' and 'Alice' an instrumental version of 'Lay Your Hands On Me' and 'Heavens Above' the instrumental of "Future Days'.
Side 2 opens with 'The Kiss' a remix of 'Tokyo' and "Desert Dances' a remix of 'Breakaway' and closes with the Morales US remix of 'King For A Day'

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Nick Harper & The Wilderness Kids - Lies! Lies! Lies! LP

Nick Harper & The Wilderness Kids - Lies! Lies! Lies! LP

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Released 8th December 2017

This 180g vinyl pressing features a limited edition CUT OUT SLEEVE.

After leaving a streak of rip-roaring, celebratory shows in 2016, road-testing his back catalogue of 12 albums, Nick Harper & The Wilderness Kids (Reuben, Jacob, and Isaac of Port Erin & Wasuremono) are back with a new album Lies! Lies! Lies! and UK tour for 2017.
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The Lotus Eaters - No Sense Of Sin 2LP Hardback Book

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2LP Vinyl released 8th December 2017

This deluxe hardback book limited edition features the original album as disc 1 and disc 2 brings together five extra tracks including 12inch versions of the singles not on the original No Sense Of Sin album. Only 300 copies will be made so this is destined to become a instant collectors item. As per the original album we have swapped the cover photos for this pressing.

Pressed on 180g vinyl, both discs are remastered from the original 1/4 tapes found lurking in Jems attic. Disc 2 features the original 12inch mix of 'Set Me Apart' and the 12inch versions of 'First Picture Of You' and Out On Your Own'. The single 'It Hurts' is the 'There Must Be A Taste Of Murder In It' 12inch mix and the alternate Charleston mix of 'You Don't Need Someone New' has been a suprising club it. None of these mixes are featured on any of the CD reissues.

The hardback book features extensive sleeve notes by Jem himself and contributions from fans. All the photos in the booklet have been supplied from Jems personal archive, many of which he took himself during the bands travels.


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Shirley Collins - An Introduction To... LP

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Released 8th December 2017

The first of our vinyl editions that delve into the Topic Records archive to bring you a selection of works from the catalogue of some of the most influential and respected musicians in the English folk scene. With its rich heritage this Introduction Series from the Topic Records catalogue serves only to emphasize Topic's place at the forefront of traditional folk music.

Each album is pressed on 180g vinyl and features a newly designed heavyweight sleeve and subsequent release will mirror this format to build into a unique collection. Each edition will also feature a unique track not to be found on the CD version.

During the 1960s and '70s Shirley Collins was regarded by many as the first lady of folk music, the subsequent decades have only served to enhance that reputation. Between 1955 and 1978 she recorded for the Folkways, Argo, Harvest and Topic labels. After the release of 'For As Many As Will' in 1978 she withdrew from performing and the music world after developing dysphonia. Shirley recently returned to recording after a very long hiatus and is still widely acknowledged as one of the finest singers and ambassadors to have emerged during the Folksong Revival of the 1960s.

Shirley, and her older sister Dolly, grew up in the Hastings area of East Sussex. Their Mother's family kept alive a great love of traditional song. Songs learnt from their Grandfather and Aunt Grace continued to be important in the sister's repertoire throughout their career. Their uncle, F C Ball - the author of 'A Breath Of Fresh Air' - encouraged the sisters to listen to a wide variety of music, especially the work of Monteverdi and Purcell. Shirley recorded a few solo albums and e.p's as well as recording with Davy Graham, David Munrow's Early Music Ensemble, the No Roses band and the Albion Dance Band. Shirley and Dolly also recorded an album in 1969 with The Young Tradition called 'The Holly Bears the Crown' which sadly was shelved at the time due to the Young Tradition splitting up. Two tracks from this recording session feature on this compilation 'March The Morning Sun' and 'The Cherry Tree Carol'. The classic Shirley Collins Topic album 'The Sweet Primeroses' also features on this compilation with tracks 'Polly Vaughan' and 'A Blacksmith Courted Me'.

"I think to call Shirley's voice angelic is to do it a disservice. There's no denying the high, pure beauty of her voice, but there's too much earth, too much dirt in it to call it angelic. It's also a voice completely its own; there's no other voice to match it. The folk revival on both sides of the Atlantic produced a lot of imitations, but Shirley's voice is a touchstone." Colin Meloy of The Decemberists

Few singers of the English folk revival have attempted as much on record as Collins - an extraordinary combination of fragility and power. "I like music to be fairly straightforward, simply embellished - the performance without histrionics allowing you to think about the song rather than telling you what to think."
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