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Teatime Dub Encounters
Underworld & Iggy Pop
Teatime Dub Encounters is a collaborative EP by British electronic music group Underworld and American singer-songwriter Iggy Pop. It was released on July 27, 2018, by Caroline International, except in Japan where it was released by Beat Records.
Teardrop (Mazaruni Dub One)
Big Boss Man (feat. Hope Sandoval)
The Things We Do to Each Other
Bring It On (20th Anniversary Deluxe)
Bring It On is the debut album by English indie rock band Gomez released on 13 April 1998 by Hut Records. The band entered the recording studios in late 1997 to turn their demos into an album. During this time they also toured the UK with Embrace. The first single, "78 Stone Wobble" was released in March 1998 with the album following a month later. Bring It On was well received on both sides of the Atlantic with Spin calling it a "damn beautiful album" and Allmusic's Greg Prato comparing "78 Stone Wobble" to Nirvana's unplugged version of Meat Puppets' "Plateau". The album experienced a further boost in popularity when it won the 1998 Mercury Music Prize for best album, beating the favourites Massive Attack's Mezzanine and The Verve's Urban Hymns. "Get Myself Arrested" and "Whippin' Piccadilly" were later released as singles. While Gomez toured the US as the support artist for Eagle Eye Cherry, Bring It On is the only Gomez album so far not to make the US charts, although the album did make the Australian album charts. "Bring It On" is also the name of a song on Gomez's following album, Liquid Skin.
A 10th anniversary 2-CD edition was released in 2008.
Surrender (20th Anniversary Edition)
The Chemical Brothers
Dry the Rain (Remaster)
The Beta Band
Tiny Foldable Cities
Walking Away from Love
Rush Hill Road
Walking Wounded (Deluxe Edition)
Everything But The Girl
Walking Wounded is the ninth studio album by British musical duo Everything but the Girl. It was released on 6 May 1996 by Atlantic Records in the United States and Virgin Records in Europe. The album saw the group adopting a more electronic and dance-based style, following the success of the remixed version of "Missing" from their previous album, Amplified Heart.
Four tracks from the album were released as singles, including the drum and bass-influenced "Walking Wounded" and the house-influenced "Wrong", which became top ten hits on the UK Singles Chart, as well as the downtempo track "Single", which set Tracey Thorn's emotionally direct vocal against breakbeats, organ and strings, and "Before Today".
Your Capricious Soul
Ununiform is the thirteenth studio album by English trip hop artist Tricky. It was released by False Idols on 22 September 2017. Three singles were taken from this album, 'The Only Way', 'When We Die' and 'Running Wild', all of them released before the album. And alternative version of 'The Only Way' was uploaded on Tricky personal Soundcloud account a few weeks after the original, and later released as a single in 2018, this version was also included in the physical releases of the album, but unlisted in the back cover. The album features a variety of guest vocalists, including Russian rappers, American vocalists, his usual collaborator Francesca Belmonte, and Tricky's frequent-collaborator and former girlfriend Martina Topley-Bird. American hip hop artist Jay-Z co-engineered the album.
Return to the Valley of Right Now
Record is the fifth solo studio album by English singer and songwriter Tracey Thorn. It was recorded by Thorn with producer Ewan Pearson and a number of backing musicians, including singers Shura and Corinne Bailey Rae, drummer Stella Mozgawa, bassist Jenny Lee Lindberg, and guitarist Jono Ma. The album released by Merge Records on 2 March 2018 to mostly positive reviews from critics.
The Road: Part II / Lost Highway
Next to You (Monitor Mix)
Belle and Sebastian
What Makes You Happy
Edie Brickell & New Bohemians
Shape The Future
Nightmares On Wax
Shape the Future is the eighth studio album by Nightmares on Wax. It was released in 2018 on Warp. It peaked at number 19 on the UK Independent Albums Chart.
Death In Vegas
Home Counties is the ninth studio album by English alternative dance band Saint Etienne. It was released on 2 June 2017 by Heavenly Recordings. The album features collaborations with Gerard Johnson, Augustus and Nick Moon. The album features production from Shawn Lee, Carwyn Ellis and Richard X.
Monster Live EP
Why You so Crazy
The Dandy Warhols
Why You So Crazy is the tenth studio album by American alternative rock band The Dandy Warhols, released on January 25, 2019, through Dine Alone Records. It was supported by the single "Be Alright", for which a 360* video was made starring actress Jessica Paré, and will be promoted by a 2019 tour.
Everybody Needs You
Red Right Hand (From 'Peaky Blinders' Original Soundtrack)
Late Night Tales: Snow Patrol
Late Night Tales: Snow Patrol is a mix album compiled by alternative rock band Snow Patrol's members Gary Lightbody and Tom Simpson and released through Late Night Stories in September and October 2009. The album is the 22nd in the Late Night Tales series. It was recorded at Jacobs Studios in Farnham & Mayfair Studios in London, and was produced by compilers Lightbody and Simpson.
Any compiling artist to Late Night Tales is required to add a track of their own. Snow Patrol recorded INXS's "New Sensation" for the occasion. Lightbody was confident about the cover, and said: "why bother if you're just palely imitating the true form?" Will Self is featured on the series again, with the second part of his short story, called "The Happy Detective". Simpson and Lightbody created an exclusive mini-mix, which was not featured on the album but could be listened on the Late Night Tales website. An alternate version,
dubbed Another Late Night Tale: Snow Patrol was released on iTunes with selected tracks, and a continuous mix of the whole album. The album was released to positive reception by music critics.
Joan As Police Woman
Damned Devotion is a studio album by American musician Joan as Police Woman. It was released in February 2018 under PIAS Recordings.
Hallelujah is a 7-track EP by Madchester band Happy Mondays released in the US and Australia in 1989 and featuring a number of remixes by Paul Oakenfold. "Hallelujah" was created by Steve Lillywhite and features Kirsty MacColl. Oakenfold remixed "Hallelujah" with Andrew Weatherall and "Rave On" with Terry Farley. The club mix of "Hallelujah" was ranked at number 11 in NME's list of "The 50 Best Remixes Ever".
Here It Comes (The Road) Let's Go
Emiliana Torrini & The Colorist
Curse of the Contemporary
World’s Strongest Man
Such a Remarkable Day
Something For The Pain
She Drew The Gun
Wait For Now
The Cinematic Orchestra
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