The Clash: If Music Could Talk

If Music Could Talk is a 1980 interview album with The Clash – Joe Strummer, Mick Jones, Paul Simonon and Topper Headon – in brief conversation with their trusted management rep/fixer/consigliere Kosmo Vinyl.  Originally only available as a … Read more >

X – X-Aspirations LP

Special Record Store Day reissue of this 1980 debut LP by Australia’s X on clear vinyl in an edition of 300 copies. gatefold sleeve with photos/liner notes. Produced by Lobby Lloyde and featuring Ian Rilen, … Read more >

Def Leppard: Live in Oxford

Def Leppard for Record Store day

Originally part of the acclaimed Early Years box set, Live in Oxford makes its debut on vinyl. Recorded in 1980 this show captures the band on great form at the beginning of their career. 2LP

Cat Stevens: Harold and Maude

The Paramount movie Harold and Maude was in December 1971 and in the almost fifty years since its release, has become a cult classic. Part of the reason for its success is undoubtedly its soundtrack, … Read more >

Bobbie Gentry: The Windows of the World

Bobbie’s journey from country singer-songwriter to blue eyed soul diva stopped off at a hitherto unknown destination along the way. Before she arrived at Muscle Shoals to work her magic with the late great Rick … Read more >

Bill Fay: Time of the Last Persecution

Often labelled as enigmatic, Bill Fay’s loyal cult following has grown significantly over the years. Signed to Decca, the singer-songwriter and pianist released two albums in 1970 and 1971; their haunting, darkly shadowed songs were … Read more >

Beastie Boys: Aglio e Olio

Vinyl reissue with two newly added bonus tracks, “Soba Violence,” and a rare cover of “Light My Fire.” 12″ colour.

Art of Noise: Who’s Afraid of the Art of Noise

A reissue of ‘Who’s Afraid of…?’, the debut album from pioneering British synth-pop act The Art of Noise, featuring Oscar and Grammy Award winning composer Anne Dudley and hugely successful producer Trevor Horn. ‘Who’s Afraid … Read more >