Rare & Vintage Vinyl & CDs

Your Weekly Best Of Premium Collectables including Traffic, Rolling Stones, Madness, Grateful Dead, Ike & Tina Turner & More..

November 25, 2016 Cathryn Draper 0

….more rarest of the rare vinyl & CDs through the doors this week – including an original SEALED 1968 US issue of the debut Traffic LP, a superb copy of the Stones ’66 ‘December’s Children’ LP still in its stickered shrink – yikes! – a wonderful slice of vintage ’64 R&B from […read more…]

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Music News

Getting giggy with it…

September 8, 2010 991 sleevenotes 0

I do LOVE a good gig, and the last few days has seen the announcements of some upcoming tours.. Here's a little list of who's playing where & when to see you through to the end of the year and to help start your 2011 off in style: ASH: * […read more…]

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New Releases

Utter Madness…

March 17, 2010 991 sleevenotes 0

  The Union Square Musics 30th Anniversary Madness reissue campaign continues… Absolutely The bands second album, and the one which features the classic schooldays anthem 'Baggy Trousers'. It also contains the lighthearted instrumental 'The Return Of The Los Palmas 7' and the bands first real foray in to the realms of […read more…]

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New Releases

Friday’s Forthcoming Releases [Part I]

October 23, 2009 991 sleevenotes 0

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MADNESS ‘The Liberty Of Norton Folgate’ [Release Date 09/11/2009]

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2009 has been Madness' year, celebrating 30 years since their first release and also releasing 'The Liberty Of Norton Folgate', considered by some to be their finest album to date. 2009 has also seen the TV advertised release of their greatest hits album 'Total Madness', with the 30th year special reissue of their debut album 'One Step Beyond'. This bonus DVD comes complete with legendary director Julien Temple's film adaptation of the album, plus live performance footage from London's Hackney Empire stage directed by Luke Cresswell (of 'Stomp' fame), entwined with Victorian London re-enactments from members of the band.

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