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–4pm Monday to Saturday


The hottest pre-sale releases

Pre-sale of the week is Radical Romantics by Fever Ray, out on 10 March.

Special pre-sale offer: The Lathums – From Nothing To A Little Bit MoreSpecial pre-sale offer: Shame – Food For WormsSpecial pre-sale offer: Sampa The Great – As Above, So BelowSpecial pre-sale offer: Inhaler – Cuts & BruisesSpecial pre-sale offer: Robert Forster – The Candle & The FlameSpecial pre-sale offer: Delays – Faded Seaside GlamourSpecial pre-sale offer: The Murder Capital – Gigi’s RecoverySpecial pre-sale offer: Fever Ray – Radical RomanticsSpecial pre-sale offer: Gaz Coombes – Turn The Car AroundSpecial pre-sale offer: Yo La Tengo – This Stupid World

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Latest new releases

We’ve got six sparklers coming out between 25 November and 9 December. Since a near-fatal car crash in 2011, Micah P. Hinson’s records have shaken with self-confrontation and danger, and I Lie To You (2 Dec) features eleven tales of love, loss and regret. Fireside Stories (2 Dec) are recently unearthed tapes from the early 1970s of a totally unknown teenaged folk singer named Trevor Beales – Hebden Bridge’s answer to Nick Drake – who matches a suffer-no-fools sense of realism with a storyteller’s ear for narrative and a sophisticated guitar-picking style that can confidently hold its own with the greats of the scene. Live From Finsbury Park (9 Dec) features recordings from Sam Fender’s sold-out headline show this summer, with the double LP pressed on coloured vinyl. Live At The Fillmore 1997 (25 Nov) picks the highlights from Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers’ renowned 20-night residency at the legendary San Francisco venue, including re-arranged and distinctive versions of their hits, deep cuts, and many cover versions – paying tribute to the artists that Tom and the band had been influenced by. And Sweet Billy Pilgrim have described Somapolis (25 Nov) as a concept album about two artists looking out over a nameless metropolis – a sort of Wings of Desire, but with artists instead of angels – whose songs explore the act of creating as well as individual stories of the people living in the city.

Our release of the week is This Is What We Do (2 Dec), the first album in 7 years from seminal electronic music pioneers Leftfield, whose debut, Leftism, is widely regarded as one of the most boundary-pushing electronic albums ever released. This is only the fourth album in their 28-year history, and it’s been well worth the wait.

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The first of this week’s six peaches is And In The Darkness, Hearts Aglow, a celestial-influenced folk album in which Weyes Blood searches for an escape hatch to liberate us from algorithms and ideological chaos, battling hyper-isolation and reconnecting people. On a similar theme, prepare to travel 500 years into the future as Richard Dawson returns with The Ruby Cord, set in an unreal, fantastical and at times sinister future where social mores have mutated, ethical and physical boundaries have evaporated; a place where you no longer need to engage with anyone but yourself and your own imagination. World Record – the follow-up to last year’s acclaimed Barn – was recorded live, like many of Neil Young’s albums with Crazy Horse, and finds Young reminiscing with gratitude about the gifts the Earth has given him and sets his sights on an uncertain future with hope that we can right this big blue-and-green ship; there’s real musical magic on this album. The title Sonder (‘the realisation that each random passer-by is living a life as vivid and complex as your own’) instantly resonated with Dermot Kennedy and became the perfect way to encapsulate the feeling in a record: “Let us share all of our triumphs, all of our troubles. Let this music belong to all of us, to find our own stories and our own solace within it.” Although Panda Bear and Sonic Boom are no strangers to each other’s music, Reset marks their first collaborative release, and you can hear the joy these two had working together in the nine gloriously, feverishly hook-bound tracks, which supplied temporary medicine for the duo during lockdowns and can now make the world feel a bit better for all of us.

Our release of the week is CAZIMI, which singer-songwriter Caitlin Rose finished in a blizzard of creative activity after a seven-year Sisyphean nightmare of false starts and career blocks following the release of The Stand-In, with the encouragement of close friend and producer Jordan Lehning. The global pandemic then further delayed its completion, but it is finally here to savour.

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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 other places in Hampshire, Wiltshire, Dorset and beyond! Click here for details of how to find us.



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