We are releasing another 380 new items into our online store today!

380 new items

We are releasing another 380 new items into our online store today!

260 of these are singles, with many coming for the 1960s and 70s. We also have many from other decades and genres, so you won’t feel left out if those decades are not your favourite!

Of the 120 LPs, 80 of them are in the Rock category, including a nice selection of re-mastered pressings from 2010-2020 of some classic big sellers, such as Jimi Hendrix, Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, Genesis etc.

Some original pressings from the 2000s are included – Radiohead, Lenny Kravitz, Elton John & Pnau, B.B. King, Foo Fighters, Robben Ford and some Hip Hop from artists including Cypress Hill, Masta Killa and Thundercat.

I Think We’re Alone Now – Tommy James and the Shondells

I think were alone now

First released as a single in 1967 and quickly climbed the charts. It reached No.4 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in the United States.

One of the most famous cover versions of the song was recorded by Tiffany in 1988. This is the 1967 original!

Beatles – Revolver

Revolver Beatles

This is a first stereo pressing of The Beatles’ “Revolver” album from the summer of 1966 and is a highly sought-after collector’s item among vinyl enthusiasts and Beatles fans. ‘Revolver’ is often regarded as one of the greatest albums in rock history and a pivotal moment in The Beatles’ career, marking their transition from a primarily pop-oriented sound to a more experimental and psychedelic style.

Rolling Stones – Their Satanic Majesties Request’


‘Their Satanic Majesties Request’ marked a departure from the Rolling Stones’ previous blues and rock ‘n’ roll sound, as the band embraced the psychedelic movement that was prevalent in the late 1960s. The album features a range of experimental and eclectic tracks, often incorporating elements of Eastern music, orchestration, and studio effects. It was the Stones’ response to the growing influence of bands like The Beatles and their groundbreaking ‘Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band.’

One of the most distinctive features of the original album release was its 3D cover. When you tilt the cover, the faces of Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Brian Jones, Charlie Watts, and Bill Wyman appear to change. It is visually striking and an innovative design for its time.

This first stereo pressing from 1967 is considered a collector’s item.

Beth Orton – Central Reservation

Beth Orton

‘Central Reservation’ remains one of Beth Orton’s most beloved works and was released in the UK in March 1999. It’s often cited as a classic in the folktronica genre, which combines folk and electronic music elements. The album’s enduring popularity has contributed to its status as a sought-after release among collectors and music enthusiasts.

Steve Hackett – At The Edge Of Light

Steve Hackett

A former guitarist with Genesis, this is a Limited Edition double LP from 2019. It features a mix of rock, progressive, and world music influences, showcasing Hackett’s versatility as a musician.

This collector’s album is in coloured vinyl with his signature of the front cover.

Limited editions like this are produced in smaller quantities, making them desirable among collectors.

Foo Fighters – Sonic Highways

Foo Fighters

‘Sonic Highways’ is the eighth studio album by the American rock band Foo Fighters, released in 2014 and is a UK/European pressing, featuring the ‘Infinity’ Cover.

The album is notable for its unique concept, as it was accompanied by a documentary series of the same name directed by Dave Grohl, the band’s frontman. The documentary series consisted of eight episodes, each focused on a different American city that has had a significant impact on the history of music. These cities include Chicago, Austin, Nashville, Los Angeles, New Orleans, Seattle, Washington, D.C., and New York City.

The band recorded one song in each of these cities, collaborating with local musicians and drawing inspiration from the musical history and culture of each location.

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