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


William The Conqueror live in-store

Saturday 23 February sees us welcome William The Conqueror to promote their second album, Bleeding On The Soundtrack, the second in a trilogy of autobiographical albums which began with 2017’s Proud Disturber Of The Peace, a sublime record that captured frontman Ruarri Joseph’s early life in rural Corwall. Click here to hear the title track, and don’t miss them!

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 No Words Left by Lucy Rose, out on 22 March.

Special pre-sale offer: Ian Brown – RipplesSpecial pre-sale offer: Lucy Rose – No Words LeftSpecial pre-sale offer: Steve Earle & The Dukes – GuySpecial pre-sale offer: Sleeper – The Modern AgeSpecial pre-sale offer: Sleaford Mods – Eton AliveSpecial pre-sale offer: Swervedriver – Future RuinsSpecial pre-sale offer: Tiny Ruins – Olympic GirlsSpecial pre-sale offer: Bob Mould – Sunshine RockSpecial pre-sale offer: Andy Burrows & Matt Haig – Reasons To Stay AliveSpecial pre-sale offer: Beirut – Gallipoli

Swervedriver  |  Rival Sons  |  William Tyler  |  Bring Me The Horizon  |  Beirut  |  Tiny Ruins  |  The Specials  |  Jessica Pratt  |  Bob Mould  |  Drenge  |  Andy Burrows & Matt Haig  |  Prefab Sprout  |  White Lies  |  Mercury Rev  |  Ward Thomas  |  Pinegrove  |  Sleaford Mods  |  Dream Theater  |  John Mayall  |  David Bowie  |  Chaka Khan  |  Bryan Adams  |  Sundara Karma  |  Ian Brown  |  Sleeper  |  Steve Earle & The Dukes  |  Tom Walker  |  David Gray  |  Dido  |  Joanne Shaw Taylor  |  Mansun  |  Mekons  |  Lucy Rose  |  Gary Clark  |  Stella Donnelly  |  Karen O & Danger Mouse  |  The Cinematic Orchestra  |  Ibibio Sound Machine  |  Keith Richards  |  Rozi Plain  |  Jade Bird  |  The Cranberries  |  Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes



Latest new releases

Our six crackers for this week start with Nocturne – The Piano Album, a soothing collection of solo piano pieces by Vangelis, featuring 11 new compositions inspired by night-time and his long-held passion for space, plus ‘Chariots of Fire’ and the ‘Love Theme’ from Blade Runner – guaranteed to relax us all at a fraught time! British alt-rock legends Swervedriver’s brand-new album, Future Ruins, exhibits their fabled widescreen escapism, but with a tension that echoes the sleeve image of Coney Island in skeletal monochrome, like a post-mortem photograph of a failed utopia. Jay Buchanan, singer of American blues-rock maestros Rival Sons, said of Feral Roots: “The primal intensity reflects a certain unrest at the heart of the album. With its nuanced explorations of both the wild and domestic struggles of love and truth, the album ultimately argues for pushing beyond pure survival instincts and striving for something more exalted.” I’m not sure exactly what that means, but the album is great! Hot on the heels of their acclaimed 2016 album Bounce, The Beat featuring Ranking Roger release Public Confidential, which showcases the band at their joyful skanking best with 10 brand-new songs pointing the finger at the mess of current politics, and is chock-full of catchy, bass-led reggae ska. Shimmer Into Nature is the debut solo album by Ed Wynne, psychedelic visionary and founder of the legendary Ozric Tentacles, whose incredible flair for creating masterful tapestries of sound will grab fans of psychedelic music.

Our release of the week is At The Edge Of Light, over the course of whose ten songs legendary former Genesis guitarist Steve Hackett unites a vast number of styles ranging from guitar-driven rock to epic orchestration, from world music to the reflective and atmospheric, all brought together in his unique style.

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!

Our super six for 18 January start off with Steve Mason’s latest, About The Light, which marks a change in approach for Steve: “I decided with this album to get my live band involved at every stage to capture the energy that we produce when we play live shows.” For over a decade, Steve Gunn has been one of American music’s pivotal figures, releasing acclaimed solo albums alongside exploratory collaborations; on his breakthrough fourth album, The Unseen In Between, he explores his own emotional landscapes with his most complex, fully realised set of songs to date. As thrilling and unpredictable as anything in Deerhunter’s near 15-year career, Why Hasn’t Everything Already Disappeared? is a science-fiction album about the present, on which the band reinvent their approach to instruments; whatever guitars are left are pure chrome, plugged straight into the mixing desk with no amplifier or vintage warmth. Following the 2015 release of the critically acclaimed Fast Forward, legendary songwriter Joe Jackson is releasing the 20th studio album of his career. Fool is the fulfilment of a career-long dream: to finish a tour and head straight into the studio with the band firing on all cylinders. So Joe wrapped up his 2018 summer tour and entered the studio on the following day. The Twilight Sad’s ascent has been forged the old way with grit, graft and four exceptional studio albums; now signed to Mogwai’s Rock Action Records, the band’s fifth album, It Won’t Be Like This, will certainly not disappoint fans of their previous work.

Our release of the week is Remind Me Tomorrow from Sharon Van Etten, an ambitious album with curling low vocals and brave intimacy that provokes our most sensitive impulses: reckless affections, spirited nurturing, and tender courage. The songs are as resonant as ever, the themes still an honest and subtle approach to love and longing.

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.



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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!

Turin Brakes live at Hundred Records

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

Recent shows have included indie kings Razorlight, Seán McGowan, two-time winners of BBC Folk Duo of the Year Kathryn Roberts & Sean Lakeman, 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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