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


Monthly music quiz

The latest edition of our monthly music quiz will take place on Thursday 1 March starting at 7:30pm, hosted by our good friends at The Tipsy Pig.

Find out more in our diary of events. Look forward to seeing you there!

Special pre-sale offers

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

Pre-sale of the week is Tell Me How You Really Feel by Courtney Barnett, out on 15 May.

Special pre-sale offer: Courtney Barnett – Tell Me How You Really FeelSpecial pre-sale offer: Embrace – Love Is A Basic NeedSpecial pre-sale offer: Gaz Coombes – World’s Strongest ManSpecial pre-sale offer: The Breeders – All NerveSpecial pre-sale offer: Manic Street Preachers – Resistance is FutileSpecial pre-sale offer: Eels – The DeconstructionSpecial pre-sale offer: The Fratellis – In Your Own Sweet TimeSpecial pre-sale offer: Frank Turner – Be More KindSpecial pre-sale offer: Moby – Everything Was Beautiful, And Nothing HurtSpecial pre-sale offer: Fever Ray – Plunge

Embrace  |  Cocteau Twins  |  The Breeders  |  Moby  |  Tracey Thorn  |  The Low Anthem  |  Tax The Heat  |  David Byrne  |  The Levellers  |  The Fratellis  |  Courtney Marie Andrews  |  Sunflower Bean  |  Micah P. Hinson  |  The Vaccines  |  Joan Baez  |  Jimi Hendrix  |  Judas Priest  |  Myles Kennedy  |  Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats  |  The Decemberists  |  Stone Temple Pilots  |  Yo La Tengo  |  Jack White  |  George Ezra  |  Rick Parfitt  |  Ben Harper & Charlie Musselwhite  |  Mary Chapin Carpenter  |  Manic Street Preachers  |  Kylie  |  Eels  |  Blackberry Smoke  |  John Prine  |  The Damned  |  Black Stone Cherry  |  Brothers Osborne  |  Gaz Coombes  |  Frank Turner  |  Courtney Barnett  |  King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard



Latest new releases

We kick off our recommendations for 2 March with Anna Von Hausswolff’s fourth album, Dead Magic, which confirms her formidable reputation as the creator of a singular world, equal parts black magic and beauty; The five uncompromising tracks here have the stately sound of Copenhagen’s Marmorkirken church organ as their centrepiece. Across four decades Tracey Thorn’s writing has offered up a clear-eyed woman’s view of the immediate world around her; her latest, Record, rotates around a dubby nine-minute Compass Point-style disco jam on which Tracey is joined again by Warpaint’s rhythm section and glorious backing vocals from Corinne Bailey Rae. The Low Anthem have found their true voice with The Salt Doll Went To Measure The Depths Of The Sea: 12 short songs that are fragile, nuanced, and honest. Acoustic arrangements are peppered with subtle and fragmented electronic elements, weaving songs that sound at once organic and highly conceptual. Joan Baez remains a musical force of nature of incalculable influence, and Whistle Down The Wind is the latest installment of a legacy that will reverberate long into the future. Moby’s new album, Everything Was Beautiful, And Nothing Hurt, is a glowing tapestry exploring spirituality, individuality and the brokenness of humanity that finds him returning to his orchestral, soul, trip-hop and gospel roots.

Our album of the week is All Nerve, the first release by The Breeders’ classic line up – Kim and Kelley Deal, Josephine Wiggs and Jim Macpherson – since 1993’s Last Splash. The Breeders really are back and we really are glad!

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 six of the very best for 23 February to recommend to you. Plunge carries a supernatural charge from beginning to end. Fever Ray’s voice and chiming parallel fifths are enough to make the hairs on your arms stand on end: hit ‘play’ and be instantly transported to a world of heavy skies, visiting magpies, velvet mites. The Wants List 4 features some great in-demand tracks from the ’70s that were rediscovered and cherished by the UK’s rare groove and modern soul scenes from the mid-’80s onwards, some being reissued for the first time ever. Tony Banks’s name is synonymous with stellar musicianship and an impressive, eclectic catalogue of music. His new album, 5, is just what you would expect from him: stunning, evocative, beautifully-orchestrated, and timeless, a shining gem of sonic beauty that truly deserves your attention. On 29 November 2002, the first anniversary of the passing of George Harrison, the tribute Concert For George took place at the Royal Albert Hall, featuring George’s own songs and music he loved, performed by a line-up including Clapton, Jools Holland, Jeff Lynne, Paul McCartney, Tom Petty, Billy Preston, Ravi and Anoushka Shankar, Ringo Starr and more. Following two highly praised albums with Iamthemorning, Russian virtuoso pianist Gleb Kolyadin affirms his musical authority with his self-titled debut album, an emotive exploration of self-identity, a story of two parts with interweaving leitmotifs.

Our album of the week may be familiar. We featured Alela Diane’s latest two weeks ago, but it was delayed. One happy result of this delay is that it’s had repeated listens. Cusp was recorded when Diane was alone for the first time since becoming a mother. A broken thumbnail meant she had to abandon her signature finger-plucking, resulting in the most piano-driven album of her career, fuelled by that energy that only comes with facing and falling in love with something new.

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!

We are delighted to welcome back two-time winners of BBC Folk Duo of the Year Kathryn Roberts & Sean Lakeman, whose new album, Personae, is due soon. So set your diary for Saturday 28th April at 2pm for a folk masterclass!

Turin Brakes live at Hundred Records

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

Recent shows have included the incredible Turin Brakes, Patrick Duff, Southampton-born singer Seán McGowan, and an album launch show from Flyte.



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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