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The Wedding Present
Bizarro is the second studio album by The Wedding Present. It was released in October 1989 by their record label, RCA.
A Matter Of Degrees Original Soundtrack
50,000 Fall Fans Can't Be Wrong (39 Golden Greats)
50,000 Fall Fans Can't Be Wrong is a greatest hits album by English post-punk band the Fall, released in 2004 by record label Sanctuary.
The Boo Radleys
New Wave is the 1993 debut album by British alternative rock band The Auteurs. In 2014, British independent record label 3 Loop Music re-released the album on 180gsm Vinyl and as a 2CD Expanded Edition which included b-sides, rarities, radio session tracks and the original 4-track demos that led to the band's signing with Hut Records.
The album was shortlisted for the 1993 Mercury Prize. It is now included in the 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die list.
Franz Kafka & Karlheinz Gabor
Va Va Voom
Bandwagonesque is the third album by Scottish alternative rock band Teenage Fanclub, released in November 1991 on Creation Records. The album gave the band substantial US success when the single "Star Sign" reached number four on the Billboard Modern Rock Tracks chart, becoming their biggest hit in that country, with "What You Do to Me" and "The Concept" also becoming top 20 hits on that chart. Bandwagonesque was voted 'album of the year' for 1991 by American music magazine Spin, famously beating Nirvana's landmark album Nevermind. It was voted number 386 in Colin Larkin's All Time Top 1000 Albums 3rd Edition.
Deserter's Songs (Remastered) ((Remastered))
Deserter's Songs is the fourth studio album by rock band Mercury Rev, released in late September 1998. British music magazine NME named Deserter's Songs album of the year for 1998. Limited edition copies of the album came in a brown cardboard envelope-like package, with a stamp on the cover postmarked with the release date, as well as two art postcards.
The success of this album was a pleasant surprise for the band. After the commercial failure of their previous album See You on the Other Side, which frontman Jonathan Donahue considered to be the band's best album, they decided to make one more record entirely for themselves, ignoring commercial influences, and expecting to split up shortly afterward. Surprisingly, Deserter's Songs was their most successful album, and made them big celebrities in the UK and Europe, also making a smaller mark in the US.
Spanish Dance Troupe
Gorky's Zygotic Mynci
Spanish Dance Troupe is the sixth album by Welsh psychedelic folk band Gorky's Zygotic Mynci, released on 4 October 1999. The album was recorded at Stiwdio Ofn in Llanfaelog, Anglesey and mastered by Chris Blair at Abbey Road Studios. The album was the last to feature founder member John Lawrence, who had departed the band by the time the album was released.
The title track was covered by Of Montreal and appeared as a bonus track on their 2004 album Satanic Panic in the Attic.
The Fidelity Wars
The Fidelity Wars is the second full-length album by British indie rock band Hefner. Recorded in London over a period of twelve days at Roundhouse Studios, it was released in 1999 on Too Pure. It was the first Hefner album to feature Jack Hayter.
It was reissued by lead singer Darren Hayman in 2008.
Ladies & Gentlemen We Are Floating In Space
Ladies and Gentlemen We Are Floating in Space is the third studio album by English space rock band Spiritualized, released on 16 June 1997. The album features guest appearances from the Balanescu Quartet, The London Community Gospel Choir and Dr. John.
A January Moon
The June Brides
Lost But Happy
Denim On Ice
Denim On Ice is the second album by Denim. It was released in 1996. The band went on their first tour supporting Pulp on their stadium tour.
The song "The Great Pub Rock Revival" jokingly namechecks musician Wreckless Eric, who in retaliation penned a scathing response with his group The Hitsville House Band, entitled "Lawrence of Arabia on Ice".
Pointless Walks To Dismal Places
I Know It’s Only Indiepop… But I Like It
The Groove Farm
When It All Comes Down
The Glasgow School
The Glasgow School is a compilation album by the Scottish band Orange Juice, released in 2005. It contains the band's four singles for Postcard Records, the greater part of the 1992 compilation album Ostrich Churchyard, an alternate version of "Simply Thrilled Honey", and a cover of "I Don't Care" by the Ramones. This material was all recorded between 1978 and 1981, prior to the band signing with Polydor Records.
(This Is) What We Call Progress
FFA Coffi Pawb
Am Byth is a compilation album by the Welsh band Ffa Coffi Pawb. It was released in 2004 and includes songs recorded by the band between 1986 and 1992.
The Pooh Sticks
A Guide For The Daylight Hours
A Guide for the Daylight Hours is the debut album by Scottish group Ballboy, released in 2002. The album artwork was provided by David Shrigley.
On Fire is the second studio album by American indie rock band Galaxie 500, released in 1989 on Rough Trade Records.
The Rolling Stone Album Guide called it Galaxie 500's "best album by far". In 2002, Pitchfork placed it at number 16 on its "Top 100 Albums of the 1980s" list. In 2013, Fact placed it at number 51 on its "100 Best Albums of the 1980s" list. In 2018, Pitchfork ranked it fourth on its "The 30 Best Dream Pop Albums" list.
In 2010, the album was re-issued and peaked at number 45 on the UK Independent Albums Chart and number 10 on the UK Independent Album Breakers Chart.
We Are Urusei Yatsura
We Are Urusei Yatsura is an album by Glaswegian indie rock band Urusei Yatsura, released on May 6, 1996. In the U.S.A. it is known as We Are Yatsura.
Pink Flag is the first studio album by the English band Wire. It was released in November 1977 by Harvest Records. Though the album failed to chart on its initial release, it has been widely acclaimed and is considered by critics and other commentators to have been highly influential on many other musicians since its release.
And Don't The Kids Just Love It
...And Don't the Kids Just Love It is the debut album by English post-punk band Television Personalities, recorded in 1980 and released in 1981 by Rough Trade Records. The first full album by Television Personalities, it was recorded after a four-year series of singles recorded under a variety of names, including the O-Level and the Teenage Filmstars. The songs are performed by Dan Treacy, Ed Ball, and Mark Sheppard. The album's cover features a photograph of British model/actress/singer Twiggy and actor Patrick Macnee, best known for his role as the secret agent John Steed in the British television series The Avengers.
Fire Records reissued the album in 1990 and 2009 in the United Kingdom, while Razor & Tie reissued it in 1995 in the United States. Pitchfork listed ...And Don't The Kids Just Love It as 64th best album of the 1980s.
Cut Me Deep: The Anthology 1984 - 2014
The Jasmine Minks
On The Hot Dog Streets
On the Hot Dog Streets is the third studio album by the band Go-Kart Mozart, the musical project of former Felt and Denim frontman Lawrence. It was released in 2012 on West Midlands Records, a subsidiary of Cherry Red.
Several of the songs originally appeared on the unreleased Denim album Denim Take Over, though have been re-recorded, often with new lyrics. The album's release coincided with the nationwide launch of the acclaimed documentary Lawrence of Belgravia, which followed the album's recording and completion.
The Nectarine No.9
Electric Guitars In Their Hearts. The Best Of The Chesterfields
Young Marble Giants
The Soft Boys
Underwater Moonlight is the second studio album by English rock band The Soft Boys, released on 28 June 1980 by record label Armageddon.
Initially unsuccessful, the album has gone on to be viewed as a psychedelic classic, influential on the development of the neo-psychedelia music genre and on a number of bands, especially R.E.M. It is included in Robert Dimery's 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die.
Flame On (Recalled Single)
Eugenius (Captain America)
Truckload Of Trouble
Truckload Of Trouble is a compilation album by The Pastels, released in 1994. The album compiles songs from their EPs and singles released between 1986 and 1993 with some popular album tracks also being featured. Included are some of their most well known songs such as "Comin' Through", "Nothing to be Done", "Truck Train Tractor", "Crawl Babies", "Speeding Motorcycle" and "Baby Honey".
Blue Skies & Free-Rides: The Best Of 1986-1989
The Weather Prophets
Where'd You Learn To Kiss That Way?
The Field Mice
That's All Very Well But?
That's All Very Well But... is a best of compilation of the band McCarthy.
Initially planned for release in 1991 but shelved after the Midnight Music label went bankrupt. It finally surfaced in 1996 on Cherry Red who took over the rights to a number of artists from the defunct Midnight Music label.
"That's All Very Well But..." is a somewhat haphazardly organised but still essential collection of McCarthy singles, rarities and Peel Sessions. The release presents many of the band's best moments at combining political passion with sparkling indie pop music.
The Peel Session tracks, taken from three different appearances in total, generally come across in slightly crisper fashion than the other studio cuts. It includes an alternate version of "Should The Bible Be Banned" which is a touch quieter with more prominent acoustic guitar.
Mary Queen Of Scots
Mary Queen of Scots is the second and final 1994 album by Eugenius. Several songs on the album were released on singles in 1993; The title track was featured as a B-side to the non-LP single "Caesar's Vein", with "Easter Bunny" being released as the follow-up single. The track "Blue Above the Rooftops" was released as a single to support the album in 1994. The track "Home Sick" is only featured on the American release of the album and elsewhere was used as a B-side. The B-side "Green Bed" from the "Caesar's Vein" EP also likely comes from the album sessions.
Firestation Towers: 1986- 1989
An Alternative Guide to Indie Pop
Potpourri: Hits, Mixes and Demos '85-'74
Sometimes You Hear Through Someone Else
Das Capital - The Songwriting Genius Of Luke Haines And The Auteurs
Das Capital is a 2003 album released by British singer/songwriter Luke Haines. The album features orchestral re-recordings of some of his older songs from The Auteurs and Baader Meinhof periods, along with some new tracks.
Black Is A Very Popular Colour
Peggy Suicide is the seventh album by Julian Cope. It is generally seen as the beginning of Cope's trademark sound and approach, and as a turning-point for Cope as a maturing artist.
Absolute Classic Master Pieces
Absolute Classic Masterpieces is the third compilation album by English alternative rock band Felt, released in 1992. It collects tracks from the band's singles and albums recorded for Cherry Red between 1981 and 1985, with two exceptions: "Dance of Deliverance" from guitarist Maurice Deebank's album, Inner Thought Zone; and "Index", a single recorded and released by leader Lawrence before the band formed properly. Tracks 4, 9, 11, 15 and 18 are instrumental.
The liner notes for the album feature an interview with Felt's original bass player, Nick Gilbert, reflecting on the formation of the band.
"Sunlight Bathed the Golden Glow" as it appears here is the version from the band's third album, and is different from the single. The version of "Fortune" here is a re-recording of the song from their first album.
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