C'Mon Kids - Boo Radleys (The)

C'Mon Kids
Released on 20/09/10. The Boo Radleys are - for reasons that are hard to understand - a greatly underrated band. Formed in 1988 in Merseyside and their own way through the changeable music scene of the 90 s leaving many classic albums and singles and a couple of massive hits. C mon Kids is the fifth Boo s album although a departure from hit album Wake Up it is still packed with classic pop based songs wrapped in wonderful soundscapes. The album is presented here as an enhanced double CD, positively packed with bonus tracks and a luxury booklet
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Disc One -  C Mon Kids / Meltinsworm / Melodies For The Deaf (Colours For The Blind) / Get On The Bus / Everythings Is Sorrow / Bullfrog Green / What’s In The Box (Seewoacha Got) / Four Saints / New Brighton Promenade / Fortunate Sons / Shelter / Ride The Tiger / One Last Hurrah / Disc Two ~ Bonustracks - Bloke In A Dress / Flakes / What’s In The Box (Krisneedsmix) / Atlantic / The Absent Boy / Annie And Marnie / Spion Kop / To Beautiful / Bullfrog Green (Ultra Livingmix) / Nothing To Do But Scare Myself / From The Bech At Belvidere (Ultramarine) / Fourtunate Sons (Greg Hunter Remix) / Vote You / A Part I Know So Well/ Everything Is Sorrow (Grantby Mix) / Roadie / Safe At Home / C Mon Kids(Mekon Mix)

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Released on 17/08/09. Moose XYZ is one of the great ‘lost’ records of the 90’s. XYZ is an ambitious album, instead of looking at their shoes like so many of their contemporaries - Moose looked west… The album is full of country tinged pop gems. The guitar sound is at times dreamy and distorted whilst the songs are not born out of head down jam sessions, but have been crafted on an acoustic guitar and arranged with a great deal of skill and affection. Moose were ahead of their time, if XYZ had been used as the blue print for Britpop then the musical landscape could have been a lot more beautiful. Our Price: £9.95

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La Varieté
La Varieté was the 1982 debut album by Weekend, formed by Alison Statton of much-loved Welsh avant-garde/indie pioneers the Young Marble Giants alongside guitarists Simon Booth and Spike. A beautifully realised and delicate collection of songs set against a jazz backdrop, it switches across myriad musical settings including samba, cabaret, Afrobeat and highly personal, confessional pop. The album was originally released in 1982 on the Rough Trade label and made it to No 4 in the independent charts staying in there for 15 weeks. It was revered by critics on release as a bold new departure from the prevailing post-punk ethos and served as a major influence on Saint Etienne, the Sundays, Belle And Sebastian and many others. This comprehensive reissue features nine bonus tracks, including demos and 12-inch versions of singles ‘A View From Her Room’ and ‘Drumbeat For Baby’, and liner notes prepared by the band itself. Our Price: £9.95

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Released on 25/01/10. Swedish band Europe's second album and a major stepping stone on the way to worldwide fame with The Final Countdown. Newly re-mastered with extensive sleevenotes and period photographs/memorabilia Features the original version of the hit single Open Your Heart as well as further single releases Stormwind , Dreamer and Lyin' Eyes . 25 Years since it was originally released, reissued to coincide with the bands February 2010 UK tour. Our Price: £9.95

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Bass player, dub fan, author, documentary maker, world music explorer, modal jazz obsessive, old punk: the man born John Wardle is all these things and more.

Jah Wobble made his name after founding PiL with John Lydon in 1978. The first line-up of The Invaders Of The Heart emerged in 1983 after Wobble was inspired by music from around the globe. During the late 80s and 1990s, Wobble enjoyed a creative and commercial peak, recording for Oval and Island Records.

In the late 1990s, he began a prolific new chapter with his own label 30 Hertz, a period which is still creating such peaks as the acclaimed Chinese Dub album (2008).

Issued by Island Records in 1994, Take Me To God is Jah Wobble’s most commercially successful LP to date, peaking at No. 13 and yielding the hits Becoming More Like God and The Sun Does Rise . Take Me To God was inspired by myriad styles of world music, pre-empting an explosion of interest in the genre.
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