Welcome to Hundred Records


One of Hampshire’s finest independent record shops

47 The Hundred, Romsey, Hampshire, SO51 8GE

Dedicated to and obsessed with great music!


Open 10am–5pm Monday to Friday

and 9am–5pm on Saturdays

Easter opening hours:

Good Friday: 10am–4pm

Easter Saturday: 9am–5pm

Easter Sunday: closed

Easter Monday: closed

We’re then back to our normal hours from Tuesday 23 April.


Jade Bird live in-store

Songstress Jade Bird celebrates the release of her debut album on 20 April. If you don’t already know her music, have a look at her latest video here. Click here to find out how you can book a place at what is certain to be a very special night!


Special pre-sale offers

Low prices that won’t be available after release, so get in early and get a great deal!

Pre-sale of the week is Africa Speaks by Santana, out on 7 June.

Special pre-sale offer: Richard Hawley – FurtherSpecial pre-sale offer: The National – I Am Easy To FindSpecial pre-sale offer: Calexico / Iron & Wine – Years To BurnSpecial pre-sale offer: King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard – Fishing For FishiesSpecial pre-sale offer: Honeyblood – In Plain SightSpecial pre-sale offer: Peter Doherty & The Puta Madres – Peter Doherty & The Puta MadresSpecial pre-sale offer: Earth – Fall Upon Her Burning LipsSpecial pre-sale offer: Santana – Africa SpeaksSpecial pre-sale offer: Marina – Love + FearSpecial pre-sale offer: Thea Gilmore – Small World Turning

The Cranberries  |  Catfish And The Bottlemen  |  Lamb  |  SOAK  |  Aldous Harding  |  Josh Ritter  |  Marina  |  Peter Doherty & The Puta Madres  |  Rodrigo Y Gabriela  |  King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard  |  Alan Parsons  |  Craig Finn  |  Kevin Morby  |  Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes  |  The Felice Brothers  |  The Heavy  |  Thea Gilmore  |  Lewis Capaldi  |  Honeyblood  |  The National  |  The Wildhearts  |  Little Steven And The Disciples Of Soul  |  Joy Williams  |  Vampire Weekend  |  Black Mountain  |  Earth  |  Nils Lofgren  |  Morrissey  |  The Waterboys  |  Duff McKagan  |  Big Thief  |  Richard Hawley  |  Santana  |  Calexico / Iron & Wine  |  Chris Shiflett  |  Lloyd Cole



Latest new releases

26 April’s lovelies are headed by Aldous Harding, who went straight into the studio off a 100-date tour with a collection of songs written on the road to produce Designer. This is an artist confident in his work, with rich and timeless songwriting. 30 years after forming in Limerick, The Cranberries release their eighth and final album, In The End, bringing a remarkable career to a fitting and powerful closure. “I can’t think of a more fitting way to commemorate the first anniversary of Dolores’ passing and to celebrate her life,” says Dolores O’Riordan’s mother, Eileen. Though not identifying as ‘religious’ in the slightest, Kevin Morby has always recognised in his work the ubiquity of an apparent religious theme. In an effort to tackle that dichotomy head-on, he has produced his first true concept album: the lavish, resplendent, career-best Oh My God. SOAK brings four years’ worth of growth, introspection and understanding to Grim Town. Her astonishingly assured, emotionally mature songwriting has often been hailed as wise beyond its years, but Bridie dissolves all such assuredness with imaginative, ambitious, and cathartic results. Catfish And The Bottlemen’s new album The Balance is a lean, refreshed version of everything Catfish fans find so easy so to love. What has changed, subtly, is the cool, open air in which songs are allowed to hang. It’s a progression that remains satisfyingly inside the box.

Our album of the week is Fever Breaks from acclaimed musician Josh Ritter, produced by Jason Isbell and backed by Isbell’s band, the 400 Unit. Ritter says of the album: “The songs are very reflective of the times in which they were written. And the world has just become even crazier. There’s a lot of the record that feels reflective of the moment it was in.

Click on a release for more details and to pre-order a copy. Look out for our special low pre-sale prices in red – order early so you don’t miss them!

We have 6 smashers for you from 19th April’s releases. We start with Serfs Up!, the third album from Fat White Family, which marks the most gratifying and unexpected creative volte-face in recent musical history. After Songs For Our Mothers, core members Lias and Nathan Saoudi relocated to Sheffield and set about writing something new. The majority of Cage The Elephant’s new album, Social Cues, was written during a break-up, lead singer Matt Schultz digging deep into his psyche to create fictional characters to tell aspects of a personal story far from fairytales. “It can be a vehicle to act out things that are hard to confront,” said Schultz. South London rapper Loyle Carner’s second album, Not Waving, But Drowning, features recent singles ‘Loose Ends’, ‘Ottolenghi’ and ‘You Don’t Know’ alongside 12 previously unreleased tunes, with guest appearances from Sampha, Jorja Smith, Tom Misch, Rebel Kleff & Kiko Bun, Jordan Rakei, as well as his mum Jean Coyle-Larner. Honk features the biggest hits and classic cuts from every studio album by The Rolling Stones from 1971 to 2016. The bonus disc of the deluxe 3-CD edition includes 10 live tracks recorded during the band’s recent sold-out tours. The Quireboys have made their most diverse album ever in Amazing Disgrace. And for a band celebrating its 35th anniversary, that’s saying something. This is a band at the peak of its creative powers.

Our album of the week comes from Jade Bird, who is a total breath of fresh air in the current musical landscape, a next-generation artist who appears as clued up on the past as she is determined to learn from its lessons: in control, sometimes in your face, and in possession of gifts beyond her years.

Click here for more details and to order your copy.

Click here to reserve other recent releases. Also check out some of the great reissues of classic albums.





Forthcoming events

We hold regular in-store events, with live performances and more. Have a look at our diary of events for more details, and join our mailing list to make sure you don’t miss out!

Coming up, Jade Bird celebrates the release of her debut album on 20 April, with Edinburgh duo Honeyblood following on 17 May!!

Turin Brakes live at Hundred Records

Turin Brakes performing to a packed-out Hundred Records. Photo courtesy of Aidan Hampson.

Recent shows have included Marry Waterson & Emily Barker, William The Conqueror, indie kings Razorlight and the incredible Turin Brakes.



If you want something that we haven’t got in stock at the moment, we can order it for you!

Call Mark on 01794 518655 or email us if you want to order something or if you’ve got any other questions.

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Come and browse in our shop! We’ve got a great stock of music on vinyl and CD, covering rock, jazz, soul, country, dance and electronic, classical and much more! We also stock music-related T-shirts and books.

Our shop is conveniently situated for Southampton, Winchester, Salisbury, Alton, Basingstoke, Fareham, Portsmouth and many other towns and cities. Click here for details of how to find us.



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