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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 The Unraveling by Drive-By Truckers, out on 31 January.
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Latest new releases
6 & 13 December bring us a slew of great live albums, starting with A Beautiful Thing: Live At Le Bataclan, the brand-new live album from IDLES, which celebrates the band’s success over the last two years: “This was the end of a very long journey for us. It was nothing short of catharsis and nothing more than love.” Blackberry Smoke’s electrifying performance on their annual return to their hometown last year – a concert and a crowd like no other – at one of Atlanta’s most iconic venues, The Tabernacle, is captured in Homecoming: Live In Atlanta, Georgia. Frank Zappa’s second solo album, Hot Rats, which he described as “a movie for your ears”, gets a vinyl reissue, and the 6-CD extravaganza The Hot Rats Sessions brings together all the music recorded by Zappa during that period. When The Sky Came Down: Live In Manchester (out 13 Dec) captures Gary Numan’s breathtaking sold-out show with The Skaparis Orchestra at The Bridgewater Hall, and includes songs from his highly successful album Savage and classics such as ‘Are “Friends” Electric?’ Decades: Live In Buenos Aires was recorded during Nightwish’s performance at Estadio Malvinas stadium on a tour during which they performed those songs they felt best introduced the band rather than their greatest hits.
Our release of the week is from a band with one of the greatest legacies in rock-music history. Released fifty-five years after The Who made their first recordings, Who is the band’s first new album in thirteen years, recorded mainly in London and LA during spring and summer 2019 and co-produced by Pete Townshend and Dave Sardy.
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!
- The Who
- CD £12.99 / Dlx CD £15.99 / LP £25.99
- A Beautiful Thing: Live At Le Bataclan
- CD £10.99 / 2LP £29.99
- Blackberry Smoke
- Homecoming: Live In Atlanta, Georgia
- CD £12.99 / LP £25.99
- Frank Zappa
- The Hot Rats Sessions
- 6CD box £124.99 / LP £24.99
- Gary Numan
- When The Sky Came Down: Live In Manchester
- 2CD+DVD £15.99
- Decades: Live In Buenos Aires
- 2CD £14.99 / 3LP £34.99
Our six lovingly hand-picked releases for 22 & 29 November start with the Pink Floyd collection The Later Years: 1987–2019, which covers the material created by David Gilmour, Nick Mason and Richard Wright from from A Momentary Lapse Of Reason to The Endless River, and beyond. Hyperspace is the 14th album by American musician Beck, following the critically acclaimed Colors and Morning Phase, and features production credits from Pharrell Williams, Cole M.G.N., Greg Kurstin and Paul Epworth. Marconi Union’s new album, Dead Air, bears only a passing resemblance to their last, Ghost Stations, dispensing with beats, brass and guests in favour of a more intimate and textural approach, a constantly evolving sound-world of tones and sensory impressions. Ludovico Einaudi releases the complete Seven Days, music inspired by the winter walks that he took through the mountains, as a box set. He explains: “My thoughts roamed free inside the storm, where all shapes, stripped bare by the cold, lost their contours and colours. Perhaps that feeling of extreme essence was the origin of this work.” Everyday Life is the eighth studio album by the British rock band Coldplay, and is presented in two halves: ‘Sunrise’ and ‘Sunset’. The album features a stunning array of music that is sure to surprise and delight their global fan-base.
Our album of the week is Thanks For The Dance, a collection of previously unheard material from Leonard Cohen completed by his son, Adam, which has been described as “an unexpected harvest of new songs” and “a continuation of the master’s work.” Those who have heard it have exclaimed “Leonard lives!”
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