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Special pre-sale offer: The 1975 – Notes On A Conditional FormSpecial pre-sale offer: Bombay Bicycle Club – Everything Else Has Gone WrongSpecial pre-sale offer: Blackberry Smoke – Homecoming: Live In Atlanta, GeorgiaSpecial pre-sale offer: Green Day – Father Of AllSpecial pre-sale offer: Grimes – Miss AnthropoceneSpecial pre-sale offer: Drive-By Truckers – The UnravelingSpecial pre-sale offer: Field Music – Making A New WorldSpecial pre-sale offer: The Who – WhoSpecial pre-sale offer: Tame Impala – The Slow RushSpecial pre-sale offer: Pat Metheny – From This Place

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Releases for 6 December 2019

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.

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  • The Who is one of the all-time great live bands, has sold over 100 million records worldwide, and had 9 US and 10 UK top-ten albums and 14 UK top-ten singles in a career spanning six decades. Released fifty-five years after they made their first recordings, Who is the band’s first new album in thirteen years. The eleven-track record was recorded mainly in London and Los Angeles during spring and summer 2019 and was co-produced by Pete Townshend and Dave Sardy. Townshend and Roger Daltrey are joined on the album by long-time Who drummer Zak Starkey and bassist Pino Palladino, along with contributions from Simon Townshend, Benmont Tench, Carla Azar, Joey Waronker and Gordon Giltrap.
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  • A Beautiful Thing: Live At Le Bataclan, the brand-new live album from IDLES, was recorded in Paris on 3 December 2018. The album celebrates the band’s success over the last two years, featuring songs from Brutalism and Joy As An Act Of Resistance. “Our show at Bataclan was the end of a very long journey for us. On that tour we learnt so much about ourselves, each other and the audiences we have grown with over the past 10 years. That show was nothing short of catharsis and nothing more than love.
  • Note: the LP is available on coloured vinyl.
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  • Blackberry Smoke’s electrifying performance on their annual return to their hometown is captured in Homecoming: Live In Atlanta, Georgia. The performance was recorded live on 23 November 2018 at one of Atlanta’s most iconic venues, The Tabernacle. This was a concert and a crowd like no other.
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  • Hot Rats, the second solo album by Frank Zappa, was originally released in October 1969 and was Zappa’s first recording project after the dissolution of the original Mothers of Invention. Five of the six songs are instrumental, while ‘Willie The Pimp’ features a short vocal by Captain Beefheart. In his original sleeve notes Zappa described the album as “a movie for your ears”. This classic is now getting a vinyl reissue. Released at the same time, The Hot Rats Sessions is a 6-CD extravaganza bringing together all the music recorded by Zappa during that period.
  • Note: the LP contains the original Hot Rats album, and is available on pink vinyl.
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  • When The Sky Came Down: Live In Manchester is a 2-CD + DVD set of Gary Numan’s sold-out show with The Skaparis Orchestra at The Bridgewater Hall. The set list includes songs from his highly successful album Savage and classics such as ‘Are “Friends” Electric?’, with the DVD capturing the full breathtaking concert for fans to relive again.
  • Note: this will be released on 13 December.
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  • Decades: Live In Buenos Aires was recorded on 30 September 2018 during Nightwish’s performance at Estadio Malvinas stadium. Keyboardist Tuomas Holopainen says: “I didn’t just want to pick out the most successful Nightwish songs for this tour. Instead, I asked myself which songs I would play to somebody who had never heard of our band. At some point during the preparation process, I realised that I was smiling all the time. I remembered the curious, innocent boy writing all of these songs.
 

 

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Releases for 22 November 2019

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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  • Thanks For The Dance is a collection of previously unheard material from Leonard Cohen described as “an unexpected harvest of new songs” and “a continuation of the master’s work.” Cohen had asked his son, Adam, to help him complete the sketches left over from their collaboration on You Want It Darker, released in October 2016, a month before he died aged 82. Seven months after his father’s death, Cohen Jr began working on the material alone in a garage near his father’s old house, later inviting other contributors to be part of the process. “In composing and arranging the music for his words we chose his most characteristic musical signatures, in this way keeping him with us,” said Adam Cohen. “What moves me most about the album is the startled response of those who have heard it. ‘Leonard lives!’ they say, one after the other.
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  • Pink Floyd collection The Later Years: 1987–2019 (out 29 Nov) is effectively a highlights package from the 16-disc monster being released on 13 December. This release covers the material created by David Gilmour, Nick Mason and Richard Wright from 1987 to the present day, a period that has generated record sales of over 40 million worldwide and included three studio albums: A Momentary Lapse Of Reason, The Division Bell and The Endless River, as well as two live albums: Delicate Sound Of Thunder and Pulse.
  • Note: this will be released on 29 November.
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  • Hyperspace is the 14th album by American musician Beck, following 2017’s critically acclaimed Colors and 2014’s Morning Phase, which won Album of the Year at the following year’s Grammy Awards. Hyperspace features production credits from Pharrell Williams, Cole M.G.N., Greg Kurstin and Paul Epworth.
  • Note: the LP is available on indies-only silver vinyl.
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  • Dead Air (out 29 Nov) offers ample evidence of a band in its prime. Marconi Union still sound vital and original, enthused by the possibilities that music has to offer. “We’ve never wanted to repeat ourselves,” states co-founder Richard Talbot. “We’ve made ten albums and have been going for 17 years, but it still feels fresh. That’s been so important for us all the way through. We’re looking to do new things all the time.
  • Indeed, the exquisite Dead Air bears only a passing resemblance to its 2016 forerunner, Ghost Stations. The trio have dispensed with beats, brass and guest musicians this time around, opting instead for a more intimate and textural approach, a constantly evolving sound-world of tones and sensory impressions. As such, Dead Air is a sublime testament to their collective instinct.
  • Note: this will be released on 29 November.
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  • Ludovico Einaudi releases the complete Seven Days as a box set. Inspiration for the entire project derived from walks that Einaudi would take through the mountains in winter. He explains: “In January last year I often went for long walks in the mountains, always following more or less the same trail. It snowed heavily, and 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 album.
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  • 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.
 

 

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Releases for 15 November 2019

15 November’s six lovelies lead off with Our Pathetic Age, the result of an intensely creative period that found hip-hop and electronic innovator DJ Shadow delving further into original composition and experimentation, including his first fully composed orchestral piece and collaborations with the likes of Run the Jewels, Nas, Ghostface Killah and Raekwon. Boards Of Canada’s one and only Peel Session is released for the first time in its complete form, including ‘XYZ’, presented in the highest quality and adorned in beautiful packaging designed by Michael Oswell. Following their critically acclaimed 2018 studio album Dissolution, British art-rock band The Pineapple Thief return with Hold Our Fire, exploring the often-dark consequences of living in a society in which everything is played out on a public stage. Lady Antebellum has become one of the 21st century’s premier vocal groups. New album Ocean represents both a new beginning and a return to their roots. If modern country is your thing, then this is for you. The dark, dramatic soundtrack of the BBC’s Peaky Blinders gets a welcome release, featuring songs by Nick Cave, Arctic Monkeys, The White Stripes, Royal Blood, The Last Shadow Puppets, Queens of the Stone Age, Black Sabbath, David Bowie, Laura Marling and Foals, among others.

Our album of the week is the outstanding No Treasure But Hope, whose lush melodies and inquisitive spirit cast a fresh light on Tindersticks’ core qualities, expanding the horizon without losing the focus and collecting some of their most immediate work.

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  • No Treasure But Hope is an outstanding album rich in intuitive warmth, lush melodies and an inquisitive spirit that casts a fresh light on Tindersticks’ core qualities. With the band intent on rediscovering what they can do, this album expands the horizon without losing the focus and manages to collect some of the band’s most immediate work.
  • Note: the LP is available on indies-only clear vinyl.
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  • Our Pathetic Age is the result of an intensely creative period that found hip-hop and electronic innovator DJ Shadow delving further into original composition and experimentation. The first half features 10 instrumental works that balance some of Shadow’s most menacing sounds with beams of hope, including his first fully composed orchestral piece. The second half features a selection of vocal collaborations with artists such as Run the Jewels, Nas, Ghostface Killah and Raekwon.
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  • Boards Of Canada’s one and only Peel Session is released for the first time in its complete form, with the inclusion of the previous broadcast-only track ‘XYZ’. In the age of immediate, unelected, often low-quality rips of anything that is broadcast, this release presents each track in the highest quality and is adorned in beautiful packaging designed by Michael Oswell.
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  • Following their critically acclaimed 2018 studio album Dissolution, British art-rock band The Pineapple Thief return with Hold Our Fire, an album whose concept explores the often-dark consequences of living in a society in which everything is played out on a public stage. This theme is paralleled in the cover art, which was created by ‘glitching’ the original photographs.
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  • Over the course of their decade-long career, Lady Antebellum has become one of the 21st century’s premier vocal groups, blending deeply felt emotions with classic country sounds. The new album, Ocean, represents both a new beginning and a return to their roots. Beautiful harmonies twist through the 13 new songs, which have had input from some of Nashville’s hottest songwriters. If modern country is your thing, then this is for you.
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  • The massively popular BBC drama series Peaky Blinders is known for its dark and dramatic soundtrack, which acts as a window into the mind of Tommy Shelby – a tortured ex-soldier who suffers from PTSD after fighting in the trenches during the First World War. It’s not just the low tones of Nick Cave’s vocals in the opening theme tune that have become synonymous with this Birmingham-based flagship gangster drama.
  • Alongside the atmospheric opener, all the songs featured in the show have been painstakingly chosen to reflect the feel of the programme (the violence, the grit, and the glamour). The album features songs by Nick Cave himself, Arctic Monkeys, The White Stripes, Royal Blood, The Last Shadow Puppets, Queens of the Stone Age, Black Sabbath, David Bowie, Laura Marling and Foals, among others.
 

 

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Releases for 8 November 2019

The first of our recommendations for 8 November is In All Weather, the first solo album in nine years from Josienne Clark, whose lyrics lay bare her life with a leave-it-all-behind-and-start-anew quality, to pared-back accompaniment. American singer-songwriter and Byrds founding member Gene Clark’s 1974 album No Other was a commercial failure but is widely regarded as his masterpiece. Now music lovers have a chance to discover, or perhaps rediscover, this gem 45 years on. Magalene, the highly anticipated second album from FKA twigs, was created during a period in which her confidence was knocked following heartbreak and laparoscopic surgery, and it’s the sound of twigs reconfiguring, emotionally and physically. Luke Combs’s full-length debut, What You See Is What You Get, makes a persuasive case that he’ll be country music’s next superstar – he is on a run of 6 consecutive number 1s! The Flower Kings return with the stunning Waiting For Miracles, which harks back to the joyful and playful style of their early work, yet has a fresh and timeless quality. Opulent, dynamic, melodic, catchy, complex, this is what you’d expect from a proper prog-rock monument.

Our album of the week – in fact, our album of the year so far – is Ghosteen, the latest from Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds, which in its quiet way is devastatingly beautiful. But don’t take our word for it – the Guardian said: “Perhaps the most straightforwardly beautiful set of songs that Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds have ever recorded.

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  • Ghosteen is the latest from Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds, and it’s our album of the year so far! In its quiet way, it is devastatingly beautiful. But don’t take our word for it – the Guardian thought so to! They said: “For all the cinematic attractiveness of their arrangements and the title track’s opening meditation on the beauty of the world, the long songs on album two seem darker in tone, filled with sleepless nights, departures and desperate fantasies of escape. Perhaps the most straightforwardly beautiful set of songs that Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds have ever recorded.
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  • In All Weather is the first solo album in nine years from Josienne Clark, and finds her life laid bare and played out in the leave-it-all-behind-and-start-anew nature of the lyrics. Josienne accompanies herself on pared-back acoustic and electric guitar throughout.
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  • On the eve of what would have been American singer-songwriter and Byrds founding member Gene Clark’s 75th birthday, his 1974 masterpiece No Other gets a long overdue reappraisal. Although received warmly by critics on release, it flopped and was soon deleted, a failure Gene never came to terms with. It has been remastered at Abbey Road, so that music lovers have a chance to discover, or perhaps rediscover, this gem 45 years on.
  • Note: There is a limited double CD edition in a hardbound book cover, which includes a bonus disc of alternate studio versions of each track.
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  • Magalene, the highly anticipated second album from FKA twigs, was created during a period in which her confidence was knocked following heartbreak and laparoscopic surgery. Magalene is the sound of twigs reconfiguring, emotionally and physically. The album was self-produced and, as with LP1, the recording process was directed by her at every stage.
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  • Luke Combs’s full-length debut, What You See Is What You Get, makes a persuasive case that he’ll be country music’s next superstar. Clocking in at a generous 17 tracks, the album has received three nominations at the 2019 Country Music Association Awards, and Luke is on a run of 6 consecutive number 1s!
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  • The Flower Kings are back! They have returned with a stunning new album, Waiting For Miracles, which has been described as “pure prog rock – with boatloads of vintage keyboards – odd time drumming and long guitar solos, elements of pop, prog, rock, symphonic and cinematic music!” This album harks back to the joyful and playful style that made the band famous in the late ’90s, yet offers a fresh and timeless quality. Opulent, dynamic, melodic, catchy, complex, Waiting For Miracles is all you would expect from a proper prog-rock monument.
 

 

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Releases for 1 November 2019

1 November’s six recommended releases kick off with From Out Of Nowhere, the new album from Jeff Lynne’s ELO. Lynne is at the peak of his powers as a songwriter, musician and producer, and this album shows him finding new facets to his signature sound, drawing on his globally loved legacy and forging new paths. Travellin’ Thru 1967–69: The Bootleg Series Vol. 15 revisits Bob Dylan’s pivotal musical journeys to Nashville during those three years, unveiling 47 previously unreleased recordings from John Wesley Harding, Nashville Skyline and Self Portrait, plus the fabled 1969 Nashville studio sessions with Johnny Cash. 2019 marks the 25th anniversary of R.E.M.’s acclaimed ninth album, Monster, and this box-set edition includes a new mix by producer Scott Litt, unreleased demos and a complete live performance, as well as a documentary film of R.E.M.’s 1995 tour and all six music videos from Monster. It’s also another anniversary: Guerilla, the third album from Super Furry Animals, turns 20, and to celebrate we have been gifted this delicious expanded re-release, with loads of bonus tracks to help dull the pain of realisation that it has been twenty years since its original release! For Back To Blues Volume 2, the second of Black Stone Cherry’s homages to the music that inspired them, they have selected six more of their favourite tunes by Freddie King, Robert Johnson, Otis Rush, Howlin’ Wolf, Elmore James and Son House, reimagined with the meaty moxie of classic B.S.C.

Our album of the week is Kiwanuka, which finds a new assuredness in Michael Kiwanuka’s writing, and takes the basic sonic blueprint of his acclaimed number 1 album Love & Hate to a dizzying new realm, once again produced by Danger Mouse and Inflo.

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  • Michael Kiwanuka’s third studio album, entitled simply Kiwanuka, is Michael serving from the heart, from the mind, and from the soul. The album was recorded in New York, LA and London with Danger Mouse and Inflo at the controls, the same production team that combined so magnificently on Love & Hate. They take the basic sonic blueprint of that last record to a dizzying new realm on Kiwanuka, which also finds a new assuredness in Michael’s writing.
  • Michael will tell you of his love for records that entwine their songs with incidental skits and shape-shifting spiralling outros, making the listener experience almost that of listening to one long, dramatic song. Kiwanuka fulfils that winding, dream-like haze, unhurried.
  • On the album title, Michael explains “This album, it’s kind of a defiant thing; I’m engaging with who I am and I’m not going to have an alter ego, or become Sasha Fierce or Ziggy Stardust, even through everyone’s telling me I need to be this, that or the other. I can just be Michael Kiwanuka.
  • Note: the limited-edition deluxe CD is housed in a 16-page hardback book; the LP version comes on yellow vinyl, available only from record shops.
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  • From Out Of Nowhere is the new album from Jeff Lynne’s ELO, a band whose music has touched fans deeply across three generations now. Jeff has found himself in recent years at the peak of his powers as a songwriter, musician and producer. As does its predecessor, 2015’s Alone In The Universe, this album shows Lynne finding new facets to his signature sound, at once drawing on his globally loved legacy and forging new paths in both sounds and emotions.
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  • Travellin’ Thru 1967–69: The Bootleg Series Vol. 15, the latest chapter in Bob Dylan’s acclaimed Bootleg Series, revisits Dylan’s pivotal musical journeys to Nashville during those three years. The set unveils 47 previously unreleased recordings, including out-takes from John Wesley Harding, Nashville Skyline and Self Portrait, plus the first release of the fabled Bob Dylan–Johnny Cash 1969 Nashville studio sessions.
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  • 2019 marks the 25th anniversary of R.E.M.’s acclaimed ninth album, Monster. This box-set edition contains five CDs and a Blu-ray featuring: the original album; a special 2019 remix from the album’s producer, Scott Litt; a CD of previously unreleased demos from the album; and a complete live 1995 performance captured in Chicago. The Blu-ray offers Monster in both hi-resolution stereo and 5.1 surround sound, as well as a host of video content: the 90-minute film ‘Road Movie’, which documents R.E.M.’s 1995 tour, and all six music videos from Monster. The collection is packaged in a 5½-inch portfolio book, featuring liner notes by journalist Matthew Perpetua – with new insight from band members and archival photographs.
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  • Guerilla, the third album from Super Furry Animals, turns 20, and to celebrate we have been gifted this delicious expanded re-release, with loads of bonus tracks to help dull the pain of realisation that it has been twenty years since its original release!
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  • For Back To Blues Volume 2, the second of Black Stone Cherry’s homages to the music that inspired them, they have selected six more of their favourite tunes by Freddie King, Robert Johnson, Otis Rush, Howlin’ Wolf, Elmore James and Son House, reimagined with the meaty moxie of classic B.S.C.
 

 

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