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All This Life
All This Life is the fifth studio album by English rock band Starsailor and was released on 1 September 2017. It is the first studio album released by the band since 2009's All The Plans. It was produced by Embrace guitarist Richard McNamara.
Different Days is the 13th studio album by British alternative rock band The Charlatans, released on 26 May 2017.
The album features guest appearances from Paul Weller, Gillian Gilbert, Stephen Morris, Johnny Marr, Peter Salisbury, Donald Johnson, Ian Rankin, and Sharon Horgan.
She Taught Me How To Fly
Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds
Kicking Up The Dust
Kicking Up the Dust is the sixth studio album by the English band Cast, released on 21 April 2017. Produced by Al Groves, it is their first album recorded with bassist Jay Lewis, replacing founding member Pete Wilkinson who left the band in 2014. It also marks the return to recording for drummer Keith O'Neill, who had rejoined with the other members when the band reunited in 2010 but was absent from sessions for previous album Troubled Times due to his work as a tour manager.
Scream Above The Sounds (Deluxe)
Scream Above the Sounds is the tenth studio album by Welsh rock band Stereophonics. Released on 27 October 2017, it was produced by lead singer and guitarist Kelly Jones, along with Jim Lowe.
First World Problems
Instant Pleasures is the fifth studio album by the British rock band Shed Seven, released via BMG Rights Management in November 2017. The album charted at No.8 in the UK album chart, on sales of 13,277.
Everything At Once
Everything at Once is the eighth studio album by the Scottish band Travis, the album was released on 29 April 2016. The band also made a movie for the album, which was included as a DVD in the deluxe version of the album. The movie premiered on 17 March 2016 at The Alamo Drafthouse Cinema as part of South by Southwest. The album was received mixed to positive reviews from music critics.
Urban Hymns (Super Deluxe / Remastered 2016)
Resistance is Futile (Deluxe Version)
Manic Street Preachers
My Big Mouth (Live At Knebworth Park)
Distance Inbetween is the eighth studio album by the English indie rock band The Coral. It's their first album after a five-year hiatus, their first without guitarist Lee Southall and also the first with Southall's replacement, Paul Molloy. The album was released on 4 March 2016. The first single, "Chasing the Tail of a Dream", was released on December 26, 2015.
Ocean Colour Scene
Ocean Colour Scene
The Stone Roses
Mapping The Rendezvous
Mapping the Rendezvous is the fifth studio album from British indie rock band Courteeners, released on 28 October 2016. Much of the album was written/recorded in Paris and was produced by the band's regular collaborator and bassist, Joe Cross.Fray cited the film Victoria by Sebastian Schipper as the lyrical inspiration. The album was announced in August while "The 17th" was made available on streaming platforms. In November the band embarked on a UK/European tour in support of the album.
The album received generally positive reviews, with the NME describing it as "they’ve only made half of a very good album", and Hotpress citing "when the band break out of their indie-pop straitjacket, the results can be riveting". Andy Gill in the Independent maintained that "the Courteeners are still pretty much mired in Mancunian mores on this latest album".
Written In Ink
Chaosmosis is the eleventh studio album by Scottish band Primal Scream. It was released on 18 March 2016 on the band's First International label, through Ignition Records. The album's lead single, "Where the Light Gets In", was released on 1 February 2016 and features American singer Sky Ferreira. "I Can Change" was released on 14 March 2016 as the second single from the album. "Trippin' on Your Love" was released to US submodern rock radio on 16 March 2016 as the album's third single. The fourth single, "100% or Nothing", was released as a 12-inch vinyl on 19 August 2016.
The Best Of (Deluxe)
Would You Be Mine
As You Were (Deluxe Edition)
As You Were is the debut solo studio album by English singer and songwriter Liam Gallagher. It was released on 6 October 2017 by Warner Bros. Records. A critical and commercial success, the album debuted at number one in the UK, outselling the rest of the top 10 of the UK Albums Chart combined and achieving gold certification in its first week. It has since been certified platinum in the UK. It also achieved the highest single-week vinyl sales in 20 years, with 16,000. In part for his work on the album, producer Greg Kurstin also won the 2018 Grammy Award for Producer of the Year, Non-Classical.
Build A Tower
The Slow Readers Club
Living in Extraordinary Times
BE is the second and final studio album by English rock band Beady Eye, released on 10 June 2013. It was recorded between November 2012 and March 2013. The album was produced by Dave Sitek who has previously produced records for Yeah Yeah Yeahs, TV on the Radio and Jane's Addiction. BE debuted at number two on the UK Albums Chart behind Black Sabbath's 13. Despite receiving mixed reviews from contemporary critics, BE is considered by many fans to be an improvement from their debut album, Different Gear, Still Speeding and is notable for showcasing a rare experimental approach which departs from the sound of previous Beady Eye and Oasis albums.
Call The Comet
Call the Comet is the third studio album by English musician Johnny Marr. It was released on 15 June 2018 by New Voodoo and Warner Bros. Records.
The Rifles Unplugged Album: Recorded at Abbey Road Studios
A Kind Revolution (Deluxe)
A Kind Revolution is the thirteenth studio album by English singer-songwriter Paul Weller released 12 May 2017. It contains a collaboration with Robert Wyatt in the song "She Moves with the Fayre".
The Death of a King (Deluxe)
Reverend and the Makers
Do It Yourself
Do It Yourself is the only album by the Seahorses, an English alternative rock band that John Squire, formerly guitarist in the Stone Roses formed. The album's cover features a photograph of Squire's 1996 sculpture in the shape of globe made of puzzle pieces and also named Do It Yourself.
The album was released to mixed-to-positive reviews, but was well received by the British public. It entered the UK Albums Chart at #2, behind Gary Barlow's solo debut Open Road, and went on to gain platinum status after selling over 300,000 copies in the UK alone. The album featured three charting UK singles: "Love Is the Law", "Blinded by the Sun", and "Love Me and Leave Me", the latter of which was Liam Gallagher's first songwriting credit. NME readers voted The Seahorses the fourth best new act of 1997; Guitarist magazine readers voted Do It Yourself the tenth-best album of the year.
A short UK tour in December 1997, with support from American alternative rock band Third Eye Blind, promoted the album's release, as did subsequent support slots with The Rolling Stones, U2 and Oasis.
For Crying Out Loud (Deluxe)
For Crying Out Loud is the sixth studio album by English rock band Kasabian. It was released worldwide on 5 May 2017.
Cool Like You (Deluxe)
Cool Like You is the second studio album by English indie pop band Blossoms. It was released in the United Kingdom on 27 April 2018, by Virgin EMI Records. The album was produced by James Skelly and Rich Turvey. It peaked at number 4 on the UK Albums Chart, and at number 1 on the Official Vinyl Albums Chart.
Life is Golden
The London Suede
Pop Voodoo is the third studio album by British band Black Grape. It was released in July 2017 under UMC Records.
Music website, Louder Than War, ranked the album as one of its top 100 albums of 2017, placing it at #23
Expecting To Fly
In Dream is the fifth studio album by British recording group Editors. It was produced by the band themselves and released on 2 October 2015 through PIAS Recordings.
Matador is the second solo album by British musician Gaz Coombes. Recorded at Coombes' home studio and Courtyard Studios in Oxfordshire, it was released on 26 January 2015 on his record label Hot Fruit Recordings via Caroline International. Coombes himself produced the album and it features appearances by Ride drummer Loz Colbert, Charly Coombes, and guitarist Nick Fowler. The album charted #18 on the UK Albums Chart. It was nominated for the 2015 Mercury Music Prize.
Let Me In
5 Album Set (Lost Souls/The Last Broadcast/Lost Sides/Some Cities/Kingdom of Rust)
Coup De Grace
Let The Dancers Inherit The Party
British Sea Power
Let the Dancers Inherit the Party is a studio album by British Sea Power. It was released on 31 March 2017, licensed from the band's own Golden Chariot label to Caroline International.
Recording for the album primarily took place in Brighton at Brighton Electric Recording Studios, with additional recording and mixing at Voltaire Road Studios in Clapham. Early work on the album, including recording and song-writing, was done in diverse locations including Lympne Castle and on Skye.
At the end of 2016, the band ran a crowd-funding campaign to enable them to release the album. Fans paid in advance for a 4-CD box set containing the album along with bonus discs of demos, alternative versions and instrumentals. This box set, in a limited edition of 1000, was distributed at the same time as the regular album.
In early 2017 the songs "Bad Bohemian" and "Keep on Trying" were released as digital singles, with videos, to promote the album ahead of its release date. "Electrical Kittens" was also made available for streaming shortly before the album's release.
Two vinyl versions of the album were released.
The Magic Numbers
Anthems For Doomed Youth
Anthems for Doomed Youth is the third studio album by English garage rock band The Libertines, released on 11 September 2015.
The album contains two notable literary references, the tracks "Anthem for Doomed Youth" and "Gunga Din" referencing poems of the same titles by Wilfred Owen and Rudyard Kipling respectively. "Gunga Din" was released as the album's first single on 2 July 2015. The album's second single, "Glasgow Coma Scale Blues", was released on 20 August 2015.
The Sun Is Often Out
The Sun Is Often Out is the debut album by Longpigs, released in 1996 on U2's record label, Mother Records.
Five singles were released from the album, initially to little success. The first two - "She Said" and "Jesus Christ" - both failed to crack the UK Top 40, both stalling at No. 67. The third single - "Far" fared a little better, scraping into the Top 40, reaching No. 37 and received significant radio airplay, particularly on the national pop and rock radio station, BBC Radio 1. It was, however, the next single, "On and On” which would be the band’s breakthrough single; reaching No. 16 in the UK. With this momentum the album was released in April and shortly after "She Said" was re-released, also making it to No. 16 in the UK singles chart. The final single from the album "Lost Myself", narrowly missed out on giving the band a third successive Top 20 single, stalling at No. 22.
The Sun Is Often Out was declared one of 1996's 50 best albums by both Q and Melody Maker and retains a favourable 4 star rating on the AllMusic website, by both critics and fans.
Risk to Exist
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