Welcome to Hundred Records

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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 Someday, Now by Katy J Pearson, out on 20 September.

Special pre-sale offer: The The – EnsoulmentSpecial pre-sale offer: Fontaines D.C – RomanceSpecial pre-sale offer: Katy J Pearson – Someday, NowSpecial pre-sale offer: Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds – Wild GodSpecial pre-sale offer: Jon Hopkins – RitualSpecial pre-sale offer: John Grant – The Art of the LieSpecial pre-sale offer: Native Harrow – Divided KindSpecial pre-sale offer: Lainey Wilson – WhirlwindSpecial pre-sale offer: London Grammar – The Greatest LoveSpecial pre-sale offer: David Gilmour – Luck and Strange

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Latest new releases

The first of this week’s sparklers is Gravity Stairs, the eighth album from Crowded House, on which they prove to be as sharp as ever, feeling musically adventurous and still capable of reaching the staggering highs that have made them an international favourite over four decades. Richard Thompson revisits his own musical roots on Ship to Shore, employing them in the service of fashioning a deep and diverse 12-track collection that pulls from various styles, genres and eras, but remains unmistakably Richard Thompson. Arooj Aftab explores, entirely in her own voice and through her own story, the multi-faceted, bold and fascinating realm that comes to life after dark in Night Reign, whether it be falling in love, solitude and introspection or being annoyed at a forced social gathering. Bat For Lashes’ new album The Dream of Delphi was created when Natasha Khan gave birth to her daughter Delphi during the Covid-19 pandemic, documenting the polarity of navigating an exterior world that was seemingly turning upside down while experiencing the profoundly personal and transformational early moments of motherhood. Good Grief is the first new solo album in 25 years from songwriter and producer Bernard Butler, during which he has ventured into the world of pop songwriting and producing, including two seminal albums with folk musician Sam Lee, a Mercury-nominated project with actor Jessie Buckley plus an eight-million-selling, Grammy-winning record with Duffy, as well as working with Bert Jansch, Ben Watt (Everything But the Girl), The Libertines and Tricky.

The 12 outstanding songs on In This City They Call You Love include some of the finest ballads Richard Hawley has ever written, which can be described as ‘vintage Hawley’. Gorgeous melodies and arrangements are accompanied by Hawley’s emotive and sonorous voice, which sounds better than ever, making this a crowning moment in a hugely successful recording career of almost 25 years.

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The first of 24 May’s smashers comes from John Peel favourites Billy Mahonie, whose original late-’90s line-up has reformed for Field of Heads, once again putting the rock into post-rock. Brighton-based singer-songwriter Bess Atwell has teamed up with Aaron Dessner of The National for Light Sleeper, and the result finds a new-found rawness in her voice, and a new depth of feeling. Blue Electric Light, the latest studio album by Lenny Kravitz, is an impassioned suite of songs that is timeless, explosive, romantic and inspiring and a testament to the talent of the man. Frog in Boiling Water is a collection of snapshots by DIIV that explores the brutal realities of end-stage capitalism and overwhelming technological advance with unusual sensitivity and depth of purpose. And David Bowie’s classic Diamond Dogs, with apocalyptic themes inspired by George Orwell’s 1984, gets a loving half-speed remastering for its 40th anniversary.

Our release of the week is a future classic. Few artists possess the enduring influence and innovative spirit of Paul Weller, who has always demonstrated an unwavering commitment to pushing artistic boundaries while staying true to his roots. 66 promises to be no exception, offering a captivating journey through his continuing musical evolution.

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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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