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I Am Not A Doctor (reissue) (limited numbered trifold 180 gram audiophile white vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: MOVLP 2458C. Rel: 24 Sep 19
  1. The Flipside (3:54)
  2. Knee Deepen (5:37)
  3. Blink (4:24)
  4. Stylophone Pet (1:14)
  5. Downsized (4:15)
  6. Sorry (1:34)
  7. Sing It Back (4:18)
  8. Pretty Bridges (5:47)
  9. Be Like You (4:43)
  10. Caught In A Whisper (4:35)
  11. Dr Zee (5:38)
  12. The ID (5:59)
  13. Tatty Narja (0:44)
  14. Over My Head (5:04)
  15. Should've Been, Could've Been (5:42)
Review: While Moloko's debut album, 1995's "Do You Like My Tight Sweater", was undoubtedly superb, it was actually 1998 follow-up "I Am Not A Doctor" that turned Mark Brydon and Roisin Murphy into international stars. The set, which is here reissued on vinyl for the first time since, was a far more forthright, confident and funky affair, building on their left-of-centre trip-hop blueprint by incorporating elements of drum and bass, jazz-funk, IDM and new wave synth-pop, but 21 years on still sounds otherworldly and unique. Highlights are plentiful, from the doom-laden, off-kilter original version of "Sing It Back" (decidedly different to the Boris Dlugosch remix), the rubbery jungle-pop of "The Flipside" and the beat-free bliss of "Caught In A Whisper".
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The Champ (Record Store Day 2018) (limited gold vinyl 7")
Cat: MOV 7046. Rel: 01 May 18
  1. The Champ (2:40)
  2. Sound Of The Witch Doctors (2:51)
Review: Champion sound! Sampled over 500 times but still funkier than a sleepover at Kanye's, The Mohawks "The Champ" enjoys gold status for this limited Record Store Day special. Flip for the instant horn-heaved call to arms "Sound Of The Witchdoctor". Fresh from 68, and still as bewitching... You might call this a magnificent 7" (not sorry)
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Ini Kamoze (reissue) (180 gram audiophile vinyl LP)
Cat: MOVLP 2447. Rel: 24 Sep 19
Roots/Lovers Rock
  1. Trouble You A Trouble Me (4:46)
  2. World-A-Music (5:53)
  3. Them Thing Deh (5:30)
  4. General (6:21)
  5. Wings With Me (4:59)
  6. Hail Me Idrin (4:39)
Review: A true hot stepper and one of the best of its kind, this 1984 masterpiece from Ini Kamoze is heavy, real and authentic. It was actually Jamaican born artist Cecil Campbell's debut album and features spacious, slow motion dubs that invite you deep within their cavernous drums. The chattery percussion, echoing hits and loose percussion all make a real mark. "World-A-Music" has a beat fans of Damien Marley will recognise, and "General" features some of Campbells more vulnerable vocal work. For fans old and new, this is a perfect roots album with a unique perspective.
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Do You Like My Tight Sweater? (reissue) (limited numbered 180 gram audiophile turquoise vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: MOVLP 2457C. Rel: 29 Aug 19
  1. Fun For Me (5:10)
  2. Tight Sweater (0:14)
  3. Day For Night (5:23)
  4. I Can't Help Myself (5:47)
  5. Circus (0:16)
  6. Lotus Eaters (7:26)
  7. On My Horsey (0:33)
  8. Dominoid (4:16)
  9. Party Weirdo (7:07)
  10. Tubeliar (0:24)
  11. Ho Humm (5:36)
  12. Butterfly 747 (4:30)
  13. Dirty Monkey (0:26)
  14. Killa Bunnies (2:25)
  15. Boo (5:46)
  16. Where Is The What If The What Is In Why? (4:16)
  17. Who Shot The Go Go Dancer? (0:18)
Review: "Do You Like My Tight Sweater?" is the album that announced Moloko to the world, but is also one of their most experimental. The dance duo's debut featured big singles like "Dominoid" and the UK Top 40 charting "Fun For Me", which was also used in the Batman & Robin soundtrack of 1997. The album finds producer Mark Brydon combining elements of trip hop, big beat, disco and electronica with Roisin Murphy's sensuous and widescreen art-pop vocals, despite the fact that at the time she had zero prior professional experience. This timely limited reissue comes on heavyweight turquoise vinyl and reminds us of a golden era of UK electronica.
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Soul Of Jamaica (limited numbered 180 gram audiophile orange vinyl LP)
Cat: MOVLP 2482C. Rel: 03 Sep 19
  1. Joya Landis - "Angel Of The Morning" (2:54)
  2. Alton Ellis - "Willow Tree" (2:44)
  3. Tommy McCook - "Heat Wave" (3:19)
  4. Phyllis Dillon - "Out The Light" (2:18)
  5. The Paragons - "My Best Girl" (2:32)
  6. Tommy McCook - "The World Needs Love" (2:11)
  7. Alton Ellis - "I Can't Stand It" (2:26)
  8. Phyllis Dillon - "Long Time" (2:28)
  9. Toomy McCook - "Ride Mi Donkey" (2:32)
  10. Alton & Phyllis - "Love Letters" (2:45)
  11. The Jamaicans - "Woman Go Home" (2:28)
  12. Tommy McCook - "Flying Home" (2:09)
Review: Real reggae lovers will long have been attuned to this "Soul Of Jamaica" compilation, which draws together the best of the 60s onto one essential slab of wax. The original is highly sought after so this is a welcome reissue from Music on Vinyl. Twelve small but perfectly formed nuggets from artists like Alton Ellis, Tommy McCook and The Paragons exude that dusty, gauzy authenticity that defined this early era-reggae. Some of the tunes swagger, some of them soar, there are sun kissed uplifters and blue-eyed downbeats, but all of them hit the spot.
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Echoes (180 gram audiophile vinyl LP)
Cat: MOVLP 1590. Rel: 13 May 16
  1. Keys (2:27)
  2. Hi-Life (4:36)
  3. Mambo (4:56)
  4. Voices (3:19)
  5. Canyons (3:25)
  6. Endless Race (3:50)
  7. Chief Inspector (3:15)
  8. Waltz (3:40)
  9. Jungle (5:01)
  10. Rain (3:02)
Review: Essential reissue alert: Arguably one of his most influential albums of his illustrious career, Wally's third album Echoes has matured incredibly well, joining the dots between electronica, island music, reggae, pop and ambient better than most self-styled Balearic DJs. Sampled by the likes Massive Attack ("Mambo") and Pete Herbert ("Chief Inspector"), we're moved through the moods in such a simplistic but warm, dynamic way as Wally switches from shedding a tear on the Scarface-era Moroder style "Canyons" to shedding a few pounds on the runaway boogie cut "Endless Race". Still sounding current 32 years deep, there's a reason the likes of Grace Jones, Level 42, Herbie Hancock and Black Uhuru worked with him.
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Dark Side Of The Moog Vol 8 (180 gram audiophile vinyl 2xLP + insert)
Cat: MOVLP 2480. Rel: 03 Sep 19
  1. Careful With The AKS, Peter (part 1) (25:18)
  2. Careful With The AKS, Peter (part 2) (1:14)
  3. Careful With The AKS, Peter (part 3) (6:18)
  4. Careful With The AKS, Peter (part 4) (8:10)
  5. Careful With The AKS, Peter (part 5) (4:35)
  6. Careful With The AKS, Peter (part 6) (15:44)
  7. Careful With The AKS, Peter (part 7) (7:00)
  8. Careful With The AKS, Peter (part 8) (8:34)
Review: The late Pete Namlook remains a giant of the ambient world. His vast catalogue of works has defined and redefined the genre over and over again, often alongside fellow greats from Move D to Richie Hawtin. In 2016, however, it was Klaus Schulze at the controls alongside his German countryman and together they cooked up this eight-part adventure into cosmic ambience and psychedelic sound design. Some parts reference Eno's seminal "Apollo: Atmospheres & Soundtracks", some are more synth heavy, Vangelis-style epics, and some dip into Detroit techno for their cues. It makes for an album as expansive as it is excellent.
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Dark Side Of The Moog Vol 7 (180 gram audiophile vinyl 2xLP + insert)
Cat: MOVLP 2479. Rel: 03 Sep 19
  1. Obscured By Klaus (part 1) (5:03)
  2. Obscured By Klaus (part 2) (7:18)
  3. Obscured By Klaus (part 3) (19:09)
  4. Obscured By Klaus (part 4) (6:41)
  5. Obscured By Klaus (part 5) (3:40)
  6. Obscured By Klaus (part 6) (8:03)
Review: Music On Vinyl continues to offer up fresh vinyl editions of albums from Klaus Schulze and Pete Namlook's "Dark Side Of The Moog" series, a largely CD-only sequence of sets that brought together two of Germany's most celebrated electronic music talents. This volume - the seventh in total - was recorded by the pair in cahoots with Bill Laswell way back in 1998, and appears here for the first time on wax. While naturally rooted in the kind of intergalactic ambience that was always Namlook's forte, the various versions of "Obscured By Klaus" include audible nods to throbbing ambient techno, deep electro and '90s psy-trance. The standout moment, though, is pure slowly shifting ambient bliss: the near 20-minute voyage that is "Part 3".
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Double Dekker (reissue) (limited numbered 180 gram audiophile orange vinyl LP)
Cat: MOVLP 2483C. Rel: 29 Aug 19
  1. 007 Shanty Town (2:34)
  2. Israelites (2:35)
  3. It Mek (2:34)
  4. You Can Get It (2:38)
  5. Pickney Gal (2:49)
  6. Peace On The Land (3:05)
  7. I Believe (2:37)
  8. Look What They're Doing To Me (2:46)
  9. Please Don't Bend (2:34)
  10. My Reward (2:21)
  11. Little Darling (2:32)
  12. Life Of Opportunity (2:44)
  13. When I'm Cold (2:36)
  14. Archie Wah Wah (2:35)
  15. Hippopotamus (2:50)
  16. Warlock (3:57)
  17. Licking Stick (2:15)
  18. What Will You Gain (2:07)
  19. Trample (2:33)
  20. The More You Live (3:18)
  21. Go & Tell My People (3:14)
  22. Reggae Recipe (3:05)
  23. Yakety Yak (2:21)
  24. Where Did It Go (3:07)
  25. First Time For A Long Time (2:28)
  26. Stop The Wedding (2:12)
  27. Mother Nature (3:04)
  28. Life Hope & Faith (2:02)
Review: This newly expanded reissue of classic Desmond Dekker compilation "Double Dekker" includes six rare bonus cuts next to the rest of the material that helped it make such an international impact. There isn't much cross over with other compilations, either, making it a must for fans of the late vocalist. Interestingly, this release was compiled after Dekker had left Trojan for the newly formed rival Creole, and it went on to become one of their biggest sellers, at the same time as putting his newer recordings into the shadows. So sink in and enjoy one of rocksteady's best.
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Collected (limited numbered gatefold 180 gram audiophile red & blue vinyl 2xLP + insert)
Cat: MOVLP 1818C. Rel: 26 Mar 19
  1. (I'm Afraid) The Masquerade Is Over (5:12)
  2. Let Your Conscience Be Your Guide (3:03)
  3. Hitch Hike (2:31)
  4. Pride & Joy (2:06)
  5. Can I Get A Witness (2:47)
  6. Once Upon A Time (with Mary Wells) (2:25)
  7. Stubborn Kin Of Fellow (2:42)
  8. How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You) (3:00)
  9. It Takes Two (with Kim Weston) (2:55)
  10. I'll Be Doggone (2:50)
  11. Ain't That Peculiar (2:59)
  12. Ain't No Mountain High Enough (with Tammi Terrell) (2:28)
  13. I Heard It Through The Grapevine (3:13)
  14. Ain't Nothing Like The Real Thing (with Tammi Terrell) (2:13)
  15. You're All I Need To Get By (with Tammi Terrell) (2:48)
  16. Too Busy Thinking About My Baby (2:56)
  17. What's Going On (3:49)
  18. Mercy Mercy Me (The Ecology) (3:14)
  19. Inner City Blues (Make Me Wanna Holler) (5:26)
  20. Trouble Man (3:49)
  21. Let's Get It On (4:51)
  22. You Are Everything (with Diana Ross) (3:03)
  23. Distant Lover (4:14)
  24. I Want You (4:32)
  25. Got To Give It Up (4:12)
  26. Heavy Love Affair (3:44)
  27. Sexual Healing (3:58)
  28. Sanctified Lady (5:22)
Review: Original released in 2014, Music On Vinyl bring Marvin Gaye's Collected compendium back to life on limited edition coloured vinyl for a special release on what would have been his 80th birthday. Stacked with hits from every chapter of his influential career, it runs from his earliest soulful moods of 1961 right through to his experimental, technology embracing mid 80s dreams via his most troubled of times. Telling the story of his life and modern soul and funk music at large, "Collected" brings all of Marvin's greatest moments together in a unique and well curated way. No collection is complete without this.
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Intérprete: Juno Recommends Soul
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Jezebel (reissue) (180 gram audiophile vinyl LP)
Cat: MOVLP 2470. Rel: 24 Sep 19
  1. Natty Take Over (5:02)
  2. Dip & Fall Back (3:15)
  3. What You Don't Know (3:14)
  4. Other Land (3:39)
  5. Precious Morning (2:55)
  6. Prophecy (3:08)
  7. Fire (3:37)
  8. Babylon Children (3:15)
  9. Spotlight (3:07)
  10. Carry Go Bring Come (6:08)
Review: Jamaican ska vocalist Justin Hines was one of the many popular jewels on Duke Reid's Treasure Isle label. He often worked with the Dominoes backing singers and their first album, reissued here by Music On Vinyl, was reportedly a firm favourite of Bob Marley. Pure roots at its finest and straight from the mid-seventies, this is feel good music that brims with warmth and earthy vibes. It's a celebration of dreadlock culture, the beauty of the Jamaican motherland and a fine reflection of the horizontal pace of life out in the Caribbean.
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California (heavyweight vinyl LP + insert)
Cat: MOVLP 1134. Rel: 24 Jun 14
  1. Sweet Charity
  2. None Of Them Knew They Were Robots
  3. Retrovertigo
  4. The Air-Conditioned Nightmare
  5. Ars Moriendi
  6. Pink Cigarette
  7. Golem II The Bionic Vapour Boy
  8. The Holy Filament
  9. Vanity Fair
  10. Goodbye Sober Day
Review: Mike Patton's mischievous first band had grown from the stuff of teenage tomfoolery to a band taken seriously as cross-genre pioneers and modern day progressive titans by the time they released this third album proper in 1999. Moreover, this proved to be yet another curveball, being by far the most melodic and pop-influenced thing the band had committed to wax. This being Mr. Bungle however, 'California' also took in movie-scores, doo-wop, Hawaiian music, circus themes and a good dozen other genres besides, confounding the listener even as it offered tunes your milkman could whistle, making for a fitting epitaph for a unique band.
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The Dark Side Of The Moog Vol 1 (180 gram audiophile vinyl 2xLP + insert)
Cat: MOVLP 2101. Rel: 05 Jun 18
  1. Wish You Where There (part I) (5:10)
  2. Wish You Where There (part II) (4:51)
  3. Wish You Where There (part III) (5:03)
  4. Wish You Where There (part IV) (5:07)
  5. Wish You Where There (part V) (4:54)
  6. Wish You Where There (part VI) (5:00)
  7. Wish You Where There (part VII) (4:59)
  8. Wish You Where There (part VIII) (5:02)
  9. Wish You Where There (part IX) (5:00)
  10. Wish You Where There (part X) (6:03)
Review: Klaus Schulze and Peter Namlook's The Dark Side Of The Moog series receives a timely update on vinyl, having only been reissued a handful of times since its first release in the early to mid 90s. Much like the second volume, which should be bought in conjuction with this opener, you'll be stuck to find any better sources of ambient or drone on these charts. Yes, the modern kids might verge further into the heart of the rave, but this music has a way of lifting the soul that's rarely matched. Led by images of time and space, the legendary duo's music is truly capable of tele-transporting you into a higher state of consciousness; the best thing about it is how rich and fresh it sounds upon each new listen. Highly recommended.
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Call Me By Your Name (Soundtrack) (gatefold 180 gram audiophile 2xLP + insert + poster) (1 per customer)
Cat: MOVATM 184. Rel: 12 Jan 18
  1. John Adams - "Hallelujah Junction - 1st Movement" (7:10)
  2. Ryuichi Sakamoto - "MAY In The Backyard" (4:25)
  3. Loredana Berte - "J'Adore Venise" (4:06)
  4. Bandolero - "Paris Latino" (4:02)
  5. Frank Glazer - "Sonatine Bureaucratique " (3:46)
  6. Alessio Bax - "'Zion Hort Die Wachter Singen'" (5:10)
  7. Giorgio Moroder & Joe Esposito - "Lady Lady Lady" (4:15)
  8. Andre Laplante - "Une Barque Sur L'Ocean" (6:59)
  9. Sufjan Stevens - "Futile Devices" (Doveman remix) (2:13)
  10. Ryuichi Sakamoto - "Germination" (2:09)
  11. FR David - "Words" (3:27)
  12. Marco Armani - "E La Vita" (4:09)
  13. Sufjan Stevens - "Mystery Of Love" (4:07)
  14. Franco Battiato - "Radio Varsavia" (4:06)
  15. The Psychedelic Furs - "Love My Way" (3:31)
  16. Valeria Szervanszky & Ronald Cavaye - "Le Jardin Feerique" (3:02)
  17. Sufjan Steven - "Visions Of Gideon" (4:09)
Review: You can trust Music On Vinyl to put out the very best soundtracks, from the least likely sources. That Blade Runner soundtrack reissue a few years back was an absolute treat for us, to cite an example, but this edition of the Call Me By Your Name soundtrack is even more leftfield. After all, it's no surprise because the film had an insanely on-point score that never made it onto vinyl format; songs from the likes of John Adams, Giorgio Moroder and Franco Battiato are a wonderful thing to own on wax, within the concept of this remarkable movie, alongside other great tunes from coveted producers like Japan's Ryuichi Sakamoto. All in all, a fine catch.
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Pelican West: Expanded Edition (reissue) (limited numbered 180 gram yellow audiophile vinyl 2xLP + booklet)
Cat: MOVLP 2454. Rel: 12 Sep 19
  1. Favourite Shirts (Boy Meets Girl) (3:16)
  2. Love Plus One (4:01)
  3. Lemon Firebrigade (2:57)
  4. Marine Boy (3:37)
  5. Milk Film (3:19)
  6. Kingsize (You're My Little Steam Whistle) (4:02)
  7. Fantastic Day (3:07)
  8. Baked Bean (3:31)
  9. Snow Girl (3:55)
  10. Love's Got Me In Triangles (3:26)
  11. Surprise Me Again (2:56)
  12. Calling Captain Autumn (4:23)
  13. Boat Party (4:17)
  14. Ski Club (4:11)
  15. Nobody's Fool (12" version) (2:58)
  16. October Is Orange (Day 1 & 2) (7:25)
  17. Favourite Shirts (Boy Meets Girl) (12" version) (4:59)
Review: Early 80s new Wave pop outfit Haircut One Hundred are best known for their big single "Love Plus One" but this album proves they were more than one trick ponies. Infusing their pop, rock and synth sound with Conga, woodwind and Brazilian percussion leads to superbly colourful tracks that brim with sunshine. There's an upbeat and youthful innocence to "Favourite Shirts (Boy Meets Girl)" that is utterly infectious, while busier post punk funk like "Love Plus One" will get you on your toes even after all these years, and "Kingsize (You're My Little Steam Whistle)" gets all sexy with its lead sax and clattering steel drum tumbles.
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It's Just Begun (reissue) (180 gram audiophile vinyl LP)
Cat: MOVLP 1748. Rel: 24 Jan 17
  1. Creation (Prologue) (1:36)
  2. It's Just Begun (3:29)
  3. Troglodyte (Cave Man) (3:38)
  4. You Better Be Good (Or The Devil Gon' Getcha) (2:57)
  5. Psyche (4:31)
  6. L.T.D. (Life, Truth & Death) (7:21)
  7. My Brightest Day (4:03)
  8. Bad (3:37)
  9. I Promise To Remember (2:59)
  10. Creation (Epilogue) (1:03)
Review: A bona fide piece of history right here: Jimmy Castor led a furiously funky and politically-charged troupe through 70s by way of 10 albums. And this is where it all began... The title track is known to all thanks to its heavy sampling but its counterparts are just as enduring - the swampy blues funk fusion of "You Better Be Good", the wry society critique of "Troglodyte" and the hazy, honeyed Motown soul of "My Brightest Day" are just three of the many highlights throughout the album. Seminal blueprint business, it will never age.
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Inspiration Information (180 gram audiophile vinyl LP)
Cat: MOVLP 867. Rel: 12 Oct 13
  1. Inspiration Information
  2. Island Letter
  3. Sparkle City
  4. Aht Uh Mi Hed
  5. Happy House
  6. Rainy Day
  7. XL-30
  8. Pling!
  9. Not Available
Review: A year shy of its 40th anniversary, Inspiration Information enjoys a reissue and it's still as sparkly and soul-laden as it was in 1974. Ranging from the guitar-twanging smoky blues funk of "Rainy Day" to the sultry, strutting title track, it's largely regarded as Otis's most comprehensive work of that time. According to legend it took him three years to create... 39 years later and it still sounds as good as this? We'd say that's time well spent!
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Intérprete: Scratchandsniff
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  1. Balek (4:14)
  2. Humpty Dumpty (2:30)
  3. NW (6:39)
  4. Polk (3:20)
  5. Showbizz Suite (7:34)
  6. SUS (4:21)
  7. Aria (4:48)
  8. Stomp (7:29)
  9. Red Net (5:37)
Review: Long before his avant-rock days in Aksak Maboul or his pop chapter as the founder of Telex, Belgian experimentalist Marc Moulin laid down a series of forward-thinking instrumental albums. Highlights from his albums Ball Of Eyes, 1973 and Placebo, each cut shimmers with a star-gazing, multi-instrumental narrative that refuses to sit still. From the organ ripples and tightly plucked steel strings of "NW" to the lounge-slapping keys and lightly brushed drums of "Showbizz Suite", Marc's early work acts as a European take on the foundations dug by Bob James. Deep, delicious and still sounding daring to this day.
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A Rainbow In Curved Air (50th Anniversary Edition) (limited numbered 180 gram audiophile transparent vinyl LP)
Cat: MOVCL 046C. Rel: 17 Apr 19
  1. A Rainbow In Curved Air (18:41)
  2. Poppy Nogood & The Phantom Band (21:18)
Review: Originally released way back in 1969, Terry Riley's "A Rainbow In Curved Air" album remains one of the minimal maestro's most significant works. Crafted using overdubbing techniques, the three-movement title track features Riley playing layer upon layer of electric organ and electric Harpsichord motifs to create a hypnotic, Indian style raga. It was hugely influential at the time - inside and outside of the emerging minimalism scene - and later influenced the ambient and ambient house movements. Here it gets the audiophile reissue treatment, with the title track once again being joined by original flipside "Poppy Nogood & The Phantom Band" - a trippy wig-out in which Riley pays tribute to soprano saxophonist John Coltrane over more hypnotic, fast-past organ refrains.
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Twitch (reissue) (180 gram audiophile vinyl LP + insert)
Cat: MOVLP 1136C. Rel: 17 Apr 19
  1. Just Like You (5:02)
  2. We Believe (5:51)
  3. All Day Remix (6:03)
  4. The Angel (6:01)
  5. Over The Shoulder (5:11)
  6. My Possession (5:04)
  7. Where You At Now?/Crash & Burn/Twitch (12:22)
Review: On its original 1986 release, Ministry's "Twitch" album - Al Jourgensen and company's second in total - was seen as something of a departure from their established new-wave synth-pop sound. These days, the Adrian Sherwood co-produced set is considered a vital release that helped to cement the growing global influence of industrial music and, more pertinently, electronic body music (EBM). As this timely reissue proves, it remains one of the band's greatest albums; a throbbing, synthesizer and drum machine driven romp through dark, macabre and muscular musical passions rich in dancefloor-friendly classics (see "We Believe", the surprisingly funky "All Day Remix", Cabaret Voltaire-esque "Over The Shoulder" and "Where You At Now?/Crash & Burn/Twitch", a paranoid and noisy suite of cuts that rounds off the album in breathless fashion.
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Jaku (180 gram audiophile vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: MOVLP 1154. Rel: 11 Sep 14
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. Still Island (with Shuuzan Morita)
  2. Road To Nowhere
  3. Nosferatu (with Mr Lif)
  4. The Beginning
  5. Transition (with Tetsuro Naito)
  6. Stormy Cloud (with Ken Shima)
  7. Univearth (with Tetsuro Naito)
  8. Decks Athron (with Tatsuki)
  9. Kill Switch (with Aesop R)
  10. Pretense
  11. Slit Of Cloud (with Akira Sakata)
  12. Passage
  13. Beyond Raging Waves (with Shinichi Kinoshita)
  14. Distant Voices
  15. Song 2
Review: Krush's eighth - and last - album Jaku is up there with Endtroducing and Donuts in terms of seminal, influential and forward-thinking beat longer players. 10 years since its release and it still sounds as timeless, unique and exciting as it did in 2004. The slick licks of a young Mr Lif on "Nosferatu", the post-apocalyptic tension of "Univearth" the sludgy, swampy cosmic hip-hop of the Aesop Rock-featured "Kill Switch" and the unashamed sax sex of "Slit Of Cloud"..... Do we need to go on? Limited edition, 180g transparent vinyl; even if you already have this in your collection this is a very, very appealing investment.
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The Dark Side Of The Moog Vol 2 (180 gram audiophile vinyl 2xLP + insert)
Cat: MOVLP 2102. Rel: 05 Jun 18
  1. A Saucerful Of Ambience (part I) (5:00)
  2. A Saucerful Of Ambience (part II) (5:00)
  3. A Saucerful Of Ambience (part III) (5:00)
  4. A Saucerful Of Ambience (part IV) (5:02)
  5. A Saucerful Of Ambience (part V) (5:02)
  6. A Saucerful Of Ambience (part VI) (4:37)
  7. A Saucerful Of Ambience (part VII) (5:01)
  8. A Saucerful Of Ambience (part VIII) (5:00)
  9. A Saucerful Of Ambience (part IX) (5:35)
  10. A Saucerful Of Ambience (part X) (5:00)
  11. A Saucerful Of Ambience (part XI) (4:56)
  12. A Saucerful Of Ambience (part XII) (6:31)
Review: Pete Nalook and Klaus Schulze's The Dark Side Of The Moog project almost single-handedly crystalised the term 'ambient' to describe a genre of music where listeners could float carefree into a world of endless sonic possibilities, and free from the constraints of formats relying on dance needs. The second edition of the series first came through in 1995, and has remained as innovative in 2018, which truly marks these two as having been at the cutting-edge of music since they first came through. The latter, Schulze, is a legend in his own right, but Namlook's heritage is now a serious contender within the looser end of the electronic world. The twelve parts of "A Saucerful Of Ambience" are the deepest, most touching moments of beatless music that we have on our shelves, and we would recommend picking a copy up before it's too late. So much dreaminess onto two slabs of wax.
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Revolutionary Song (Record Store Day 2019) (limited transparent blue vinyl 7") (1 per customer)
Cat: MOV 7053. Rel: 22 Apr 19
  1. David Bowie/The Rebels - "Revolutionary Song" (4:42)
  2. Marlene Dietrich - "Just A Gigolo" (3:34)
Review: Here's something to get Bowie fans hot under the collar: a first worldwide pressing of the Thin White Duke's "Revolutionary Song", his only contribution to the soundtrack of 1978 West German flick "Just A Gigolo", in which he also starred alongside silver screen legend Marlene Dietrich. The song was recorded with a local band of musicians hastily dubbed "The Rebels" and sees Bowie in classic crooner mode, adding his distinctive vocals to a jangly, largely acoustic number that's effectively a folksy take on waltz. Over on side B there's a chance to enjoy one of Marlene Dietrich's last ever recordings: an atmospheric cover of 1930s cabaret standard "Just A Gigolo" which ended up being the movie's title track.
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Odetta Sings (limited numbered 180 gram audiophile gold vinyl LP)
Cat: MOVLP 1887. Rel: 04 Oct 17
  1. Take Me To The Pilot (2:49)
  2. Mama Told Me Not To Come (2:53)
  3. Every Night (3:00)
  4. Hit Or Miss (3:49)
  5. Give A Damn (3:09)
  6. My God & I (4:20)
  7. Lo & Behold (2:59)
  8. Bless The Children (2:26)
  9. No Expectations (3:24)
  10. Movin' It On (2:30)
Review: By the time Odetta Holmes recorded Southern Soul classic Odetta Sings in 1970, she'd already released a dizzying array of albums over a 13-year career. Initially a rhythm and blues artist, she played a key role in the American folk revival of the 1960s and became a leading figure in the civil rights movement. While Odetta Sings included some softly spun fusions of folk and soul (see her fabulous covers of Paul McCartney's "Every Night" and James Taylor's bluesy "Lo and Behold") and string-drenched ballads, for the most part it was an impassioned and upbeat affair, containing such classics as "Mama Told Me Not To Come", "Hit and Miss" and "Movin' It On". In hindsight, it's one of the strongest soul albums of all time, making this limited edition reissue a must-have.
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The Seer (Expanded Edition) (180 gram audiophile vinyl 2xLP + insert)
Cat: MOVLP 2381. Rel: 23 Jul 19
  1. Look Away (4:26)
  2. The Seer (4:51)
  3. The Teacher (4:32)
  4. I Walk The Hill (3:33)
  5. Eiledon (5:37)
  6. One Great Thing (4:04)
  7. Hold The Heart (6:07)
  8. Remembrance Day (4:31)
  9. Red Fox (4:12)
  10. Sailor (4:54)
  11. Song Of The South (bonus track) (3:49)
  12. Look Away (bonus track - 12" mix) (6:32)
  13. One Great Thing (bonus track - Disco mix) (6:11)
  14. Giant (bonus track) (3:56)
Review: Scottish rock band Big Country's 1986 album The Seer has been reissued as an expanded double-LP set! This album in particular delivers a title track that features vocals from Kate Bush, plus the band's biggest UK hit "Look Away". This expanded edition also brings with it four bonus tracks; namely, and most intriguing, a disco mix of "One Great Thing" - a slight curveball for the band considering this album was hailed as their most Celtic influenced work - and two lesser known tracks "Song Of The South" and "Giant". For a trip back to the days of stadium rock, Ireland's Big Country were a band that were and remain an outside curio of '80s rock, with The Seer lasting as a masterwork in their discography that also includes Steeltown, Wonderland and No Place Like Home.
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Lost Highway (Soundtrack) (limited numbered gatefold 180 gram audiophile blue vinyl 2xLP + insert) (1 per customer)
Cat: MOVATM 101. Rel: 17 Nov 16
  1. David Bowie - "I'm Deranged" (edit) (2:24)
  2. Trent Reznor - "Videodrones; Questions" (0:44)
  3. Nine Inch Nails - "The Perfect Drug" (5:16)
  4. Angelo Badalamenti - "Red Bats With Teeth" (2:55)
  5. Angelo Badalamenti - "Hunting & Heartbreaking" (2:05)
  6. The Smashing Pumpkins - "Eye" (4:57)
  7. Angelo Badalamenti - "Dub Driving" (3:41)
  8. Barry Adamson - "Mr Eddy's Theme 1" (3:33)
  9. Lou Reed - "This Magic Moment" (3:24)
  10. Barry Adamson - "Mr Eddy's Theme 2" (2:15)
  11. Angelo Badalamenti - "Fred & Renee Make Love" (2:08)
  12. Marilyn Manson - "Apple Of Sodom" (4:22)
  13. Antonio Carlos Jobim - "Insensatez" (2:53)
  14. Barry Adamson - "Something Wicked This Way Comes" (edit) (2:58)
  15. Marilyn Manson - "I Put A Spell On You" (3:28)
  16. Angelo Badalamenti - "Fats Revisited" (2:32)
  17. Angelo Badalamenti - "Fred's World" (3:02)
  18. Rammstein - "Rammstein" (edit) (3:26)
  19. Barry Adamson - "Hollywood Sunset" (2:00)
  20. Rammstein - "Heirate Mich" (edit) (3:05)
  21. Angelo Badalamenti - "Police" (1:39)
  22. Trent Reznor - "Driver Down" (5:18)
  23. David Bowie - "I'm Deranged" (reprise) (3:47)
Review: Since its release in 1997, David Lynch's neo-noir-horror, Lost Highway, has become something of a cult classic. The accompanying soundtrack album, here reissued on weighty double vinyl, is similarly revered in some circles. Put together by Nine Inch Nails' frontman Trent Reznor, composer Angelo Badalamenti, and punk-turned-producer Barry Adamson, it's a mish-mash of darkly intense songs (Bowie, Smashing Pumpkins, Lou Reed and Rammstein all contribute), and the kind of creepy, other-worldly soundscapes that have always been a feature of Lynch's work. It's arguably the latter tracks, composed by Badalementi and Adamson, which remain creepily potent all these years on.
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Backspace Unwind (180 gram audiophile vinyl LP + CD)
Cat: MOVLP 1216. Rel: 14 Oct 14
  1. In Binary
  2. We Fall In Love
  3. As Satellites Go By
  4. Backspace Unwind
  5. Nobody Else
  6. Shines Like This
  7. What Makes Us Human
  8. Seven Sails
  9. Doves & Ravens
  10. Only Our Skin
  11. As Satellites Go By (piano version - bonus track)
  12. In Binary
  13. We Fall In Love
  14. As Satellites Go By
  15. Backspace Unwind
  16. Nobody Else
  17. Shines Like This
  18. What Makes Us Human
  19. Seven Sails
  20. Doves & Ravens
  21. Only Our Skin
Review: Lamb's first new material in almost four years and highly limited numbered gatefold on 180 transparent vinyl... This has got it all. Most importantly, it sounds beautiful, too. Picking up where they left us, Lou Rhodes' vocal is still as delicate and soul searching and Andrew Barlow's instrumentation and production is still as broad and contemporary. From the timeless piano/string ballad "As Satellites Go By" to the heavy bass jacker "Seven Sails" via the rim-shot wriggling space jazz of "Nobody Else", Lamb remain as alluring, exciting and relevant than ever. Unwinding material just went next level.
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Spectrum (reissue) (gatefold 180 gram audiophile vinyl LP)
Cat: MOVLP 2167. Rel: 17 Jul 18
  1. Quadrant 4 (4:23)
  2. Searching For The Right Door/Spectrum (6:35)
  3. Anxiety/Taurian Matador (4:48)
  4. Stratus (9:50)
  5. To The Women In My Life/Le Lis (4:12)
  6. Snoopy's Search/Red Baron (7:40)
Review: ** REPRESS ALERT ** For the uninitiated: Billy Cobham is a Panamanian-American jazz drummer, composer and bandleader. He is also the brother of multi instrumentalist Wayne Cobham. He was inducted into the Modern Drummer Hall of Fame in 1987 and the Classic Drummer Hall of Fame in 2013. Produced with the legendary Jan Hammer (a former bandmate) and engineer Ken Scott in 1973, Spectrum was Cobham's first solo album after leaving his previous group Mahavishnu Orchestra. The album was heavily influenced by the music of Miles Davis, with whom Cobham had previously collaborated extensively. A seminal album of the jazz fusion scene. A Swiss resident since 1980s, Cobham now lives in Schoepfen, a canton near Bern.
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The Mind Is A Terrible Thing To Taste (limited numbered 180 gram audiophile marbled vinyl LP + insert)
Cat: MOVLP 993C. Rel: 21 May 19
  1. Thieves (5:01)
  2. Burning Inside (5:11)
  3. Never Believe (4:56)
  4. Cannibal Song (6:07)
  5. Breathe (5:38)
  6. So What (8:07)
  7. Test (6:02)
  8. Faith Collapsing (3:54)
  9. Dream Song (4:39)
Review: Music On Vinyl continues to serve up essential reissues of classic Ministry albums, with 1989's "The Mind Is A Terrible Thing To Taste" becoming the latest set to get the audiophile-friendly heavy vinyl treatment. The record is a little heavier and fuzzier than some of its predecessors, with greater use of rambunctious, mind-altering heavy metal guitar riffs and less reliance on the Fairlight CMI-driven arpeggio style basslines, oddball samples and bustling EBM rhythms. Of course, Al Jourgensen and company's trusty drum machines are still present and correct, with riff-laden songs being joined by occasional blasts of bass heavy post-punk style weightiness ("Cannibal Song"), rubbery mutant disco (the sample-laden stomp of "So What") and suitably dystopian industrial funk workouts ("Faith Collapsing").
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Greatest Jamaican Beat: Rock Steady Baba Boom Time (limited numbered 180 gram audiophile orange vinyl LP)
Cat: MOVLP 2472C. Rel: 13 Aug 19
  1. The Jamaicans - "Ba-Ba-Boom Time" (3:32)
  2. Tommy McCook & The Supersonics - "Tommy's Rock Steady" (3:01)
  3. The Techniques - "Drink Wine" (2:57)
  4. Tommy McCook & The Supersonics - "Hot Rock" (3:39)
  5. Miller, Williams, Yount - "Release Me" (4:11)
  6. Sam Jones/Tommy McCook & The Supersonics - "Hey Leroy" (3:03)
  7. The Techniques - "Queen Majesty" (3:35)
  8. Tommy McCook & The Supersonics/King Kurtis - "Soul Serenade" (3:13)
  9. The Paragons - "Mercy Mercy" (2:59)
  10. Phyllis Dillon - "Don't Touch Me Tomato" (3:04)
  11. The Melodians - "You Don't Need Me" (3:08)
  12. Tommy McCook & The Supersonics - "Down Bond Street" (3:15)
Review: The Treasure Isle Recording Studio is unparalleled when it comes to some of the biggest rocksteady hits to come out of Jamaica. On this essential reissue, some of its greatest output is explored on tenor sax by Tommy McCook - an original pioneer of the sound and one of Jamaica's most celebrated musicians - and produced by the legendary Duke Reid of the Trojan Sound System. This is music from a golden era, when rocksteady outshone the more upbeat ska, and focus was shifted to song based material, with elements of r&b and blues all reimagined through a decidedly Jamaican lens.
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The Dark Side Of The Moog Vol 6 (180 gram vinyl 2xLP + insert)
Cat: MOVLP 2478. Rel: 16 Jul 19
  1. Part I (7:52)
  2. Part II (7:10)
  3. Part III (4:39)
  4. Part IV (9:38)
  5. Part V (24:08)
  6. Part VI (10:39)
Review: Music On Vinyl has done the world a favour - or vinyl-loving ambient enthusiasts, at least - by offering up wax editions of Klaus Schulze and Pete Namlook's work as Dark Side of the Moog. For the uninitiated, the German duo released a string of CD-only ambient albums under the alias over a 14-year period between 1994 and 2008. Volume six, subtitled "the Final DAT", first surfaced on Namlook's Fax label in 1997. It featured fellow ambient explorer Bill Laswell and features tracks that drift between spoken word-laden deep space soundscapes ("Part I"), trip-hop influenced late night shufflers ("Part II"), bubbly ambient trance ("Part III"), blissful ambient techno ("Part IV", with its sun-kissed guitar solos and spaced-out grooves) and widescreen electronic epics (the utterly sublime brilliance of 24-minute "Part V").
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The Land Of Rape & Honey (reissue) (limited numbered 180 gram orange & gold vinyl LP)
Cat: MOVLP 651C. Rel: 20 Jun 19
  1. Stigmata
  2. The Missing
  3. Deity
  4. Golden Dawn
  5. Destruction
  6. The Land Of Rape And Honey
  7. You Know What You Are
  8. Flashback
  9. Abortive
Review: Music On Vinyl's Ministry reissue series continues via this heavyweight re-press of "The Land Of Rape And Honey" on orange and gold vinyl. On its initial release in 1988, the album was seen as something of a departure from the Al Jourgensen-helmed band's previous output, primarily because it mixed their previous EBM, industrial and experimental synth-pop influences with heavier guitar riffs, more stomping beats and the kind of growled vocals more prevalent in heavy metal. Listening back 31 years on, the album has lost none of its luster, with highlights including the low-slung dub-rock chug of "Golden Dawn", the ricocheting drums and dystopian screams of "Destruction", the EBM-rock throb of "You Know What You Are" and the 400 Blows style electro-dub funkiness of "Abortive".
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One Second (remastered with bonus track) (180 gram audiophile vinyl LP)
Cat: MOVLP 277. Rel: 14 Feb 14
  1. La Habanera
  2. Moon On Ice
  3. Call It Love
  4. Le Secret Farida
  5. Hawaiian Chance
  6. The Rhythm Divine (feat Shirley Bassey)
  7. Santiago
  8. Goldrush
  9. Dr Van Steiner
  10. Si Senor The Hairy Grill
  11. L'Hotel (bonus track)
Review: Music On Vinyl are our new best friends. With a wide range of music being reissued as of late, Yello's 1987 One Second is just spoiling us. Never being fully acclaimed when it was originally released, this is one album which really spans the full circle in terms of artistic ideas sonic experimentations. While being tagged primarily as a pop work, it's really more of a lesson in synth manipulations and nutty beat-making. "The Rhythm Divine" has to be out top track but do check the whole thing, it's magnificent...
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The Dark Side Of The Moog Vol 5 (180 gram vinyl 2xLP + insert)
Cat: MOVLP 2477. Rel: 16 Jul 19
  1. Part I (4:45)
  2. Part II (3:47)
  3. Part III (4:46)
  4. Part IV (3:45)
  5. Part V (16:23)
  6. Part VI (8:41)
  7. Part VII (9:49)
  8. Part VIII (8:09)
Review: Between 1994 and 2008, German electronic legends Klaus Schulze and Pete Namlook recorded eleven albums as Dark Side of The Moog. Most of these were never released on vinyl, making this first wax edition of 1996's volume five - in which another legendary figure, Bill Laswell, also contributed - a must have for ambient enthusiasts. The set itself is typical of the pair's collaborative work, offering up a mixture of synthesizer-powered neo-classical movements, breathtaking ambient soundscapes, gentle rhythmic spaced-out epics, sunrise-ready electronica and deep space ambient dub. It's the sound of two true masters at work, offering up timeless electronic music that will never sound tired or contrived.
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Cat: MOV 7045. Rel: 01 May 18
  1. I Put A Spell On You (3:52)
  2. Message To Mankind (3:52)
  3. Fuzz Oriental Blues (6:47)
Review: A serious RSD reissue here as Music On Vinyl reanimate the cult afro-funk's one and only 45" on Pye sub-label Dawn. Emphatic, layered, energetic and dizzying - just like their albums Afreaka and Roots & Offshoots - each cut is bewilderingly funky and soulful experience. The lead track is one of the best Screamin' Jay Hawkins covers ever pressed to wax, "Message To Mankind" tips a nod to the Tamla school of thought with a belting yearn for better times while "Fuzs Oriental Blues" is just a straight up savage blues jam with some firing Afro twists towards the finale. Stone cold; this one won't hang around for long.
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Intérprete: I Love 45's!
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Manhattan Research Inc (reissue) (limited numbered 180 gram audiophile coloured vinyl 3xLP+ MP3 download code + 8 page booklet)
Cat: MOVLP 1855. Rel: 04 Apr 17
  1. Manhattan Research Inc Copyright (0:11)
  2. Baltimore Gas & Electric Co (1:14)
  3. Bendix: The Tomorrow People (1:03)
  4. Lightworks (1:52)
  5. The Bass-line Generator (3:10)
  6. Don't Beat Your Wife Every Night! (1:44)
  7. B. C. 1675 (3:16)
  8. Vim (1:00)
  9. Auto-Lite: Sta-Ful (instrumental) (0:48)
  10. Sprite: Melonball Bounce (1:02)
  11. Sprite: Melonball Bounce (1:01)
  12. Wheels That Go (0:53)
  13. Limbo: The Organized Mind (4:33)
  14. Portofino (1) (2:13)
  15. County Fair (1:01)
  16. Lady Gaylord (1:02)
  17. Good Air (0:36)
  18. IBM MT/ST: The Paperwork Explosion (4:31)
  19. Domino (0:33)
  20. Super Cheer (0:34)
  21. Cheer: Revision 3 (0:39)
  22. Twilight In Turkey (1:32)
  23. Vicks: Medicated Cough Drops (1:35)
  24. Vicks: Formula 44 (0:46)
  25. Auto-Lite: Spark Plugs (0:58)
  26. Nescafe (1:05)
  27. Awake (0:32)
  28. Backwards Overload (6:04)
  29. Bufferin: Memories (original) (0:59)
  30. Bandito The Bongo Artist (1:30)
  31. Night & Day (1:45)
  32. Baltimore Gas & Electric Co ("395") (1:07)
  33. K2r (0:19)
  34. IBM Probe (1:56)
  35. GMGM 1a (1:49)
  36. The Rhythm Modulator (3:37)
  37. Ohio Plus (0:16)
  38. In The Hall Of The Mountain Queen (0:48)
  39. General Motors: Futurama (1:02)
  40. Portofino (2) (2:13)
  41. The Wild Piece (4:07)
  42. Take Me To Your Violin Teacher (1:40)
  43. Ripples (original Soundtrack) (0:55)
  44. Cyclic Bit (1:04)
  45. Ripples (Montage) (4:06)
  46. The Wing Thing (1:00)
  47. County Fair (instrumental) (1:00)
  48. Cindy Electronium (1:57)
  49. Don't Beat Your Wife Every Night! (instrumental) (1:46)
  50. Hostess: Twinkies (0:33)
  51. Hostess: Twinkies (instrumental) (0:33)
  52. Ohio Bell: Thermo Fax (0:25)
  53. The Pygmy Taxi Corporation (7:11)
  54. Baltimore Gas & Electric Co (Announce Copy take 1) (0:28)
  55. Baltimore Gas & Electric Co (0:44)
  56. Lightworks (Slow) (1:40)
  57. IBM MT/ST: The Paperwork Explosion (instrumental) (3:39)
  58. Auto-Lite: Ford Family (1:03)
  59. Auto-Lite: Ford Family (instrumental) (0:55)
  60. Auto-Lite: Wheels (1:48)
  61. Bufferin: Memories (demo) (0:44)
  62. Space Mystery (Montage) (5:11)
  63. The Toy Trumpet (2:15)
  64. Backward Beeps (1:05)
  65. Auto-Lite: Sta-Ful (1:36)
  66. Lightworks (instrumental) (1:29)
  67. When Will It End? (3:11)
  68. Bendix 2: The Tomorrow People (1:03)
  69. Electronic Audio Logos Inc (5:23)
Review: Amongst fans of early electronic music, Raymond Scott is talked about in hushed tones. The composer and bandleader turned musique concrete artist, who passed away in 1994, built his first experimental synthesizer in 1949, and continued to invent bizarre new electronic instruments throughout his career. Manhattan Research Inc, originally released in 2000 and here reissued for the first time since, gathers together Scott compositions from the 1950s and '60s that were never intended for commercial release. Alongside a wealth of curious radio advertisements - think cheeky 50s easy listening made on homemade synthesizers - the collection boasts industrial oddities, sparse weird-outs, odd soundscapes and Radiophonic Workshop style experiments.
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Soothing Sounds For Baby Vol 1-3 (reissue) (limited 180 gram audiophile silver vinyl 3xLP + insert + MP3 download code)
Cat: MOVLP 1854. Rel: 04 Apr 17
  1. Lullabye (14:07)
  2. Sleepy Time (4:24)
  3. The Music Box (6:06)
  4. Nursery Rhyme (5:52)
  5. Tic Toc (8:05)
  6. Tempo Block (3:16)
  7. The Happy Whistler (10:46)
  8. Toy Typewriter (17:43)
  9. Little Tin Soldier (9:23)
  10. Little Miss Echo (7:23)
  11. The Playful Drummer (14:55)
Review: Perspective: Raymond Scott create these albums in 1962 when he was in his mid 50s. Even to this day they sound relevant and entirely futuristic. A true electronic pioneer, he was generations before his time... And was clearly on a mission to influence future generations about electronic music from the earliest age possible with the Soothing Sounds For Babies albums. Dubby, loopy, clever, detailed and spacious - we're not sure whether they were scientifically proven to soothe babbers (some of the more intense loops are way too stimulating) but they definitely soften our souls. A unique moment in electronic music history.
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Edson Frederico E A Transa (reissue) (limited numbered 180 gram audiophile red vinyl LP)
Cat: MOVLP 2441C. Rel: 24 Apr 19
  1. Tava Mais Nao Tava (2:53)
  2. O Gas (3:47)
  3. Ginga, Gira Gire (2:37)
  4. Garota De Copacabana (2:46)
  5. Babuino (2:09)
  6. Ligia (3:16)
  7. Bobeira (3:05)
  8. Sacode Carola (3:06)
  9. Sambane (2:50)
  10. Multidao (3:28)
  11. A Peteca Na Mao Da Menina (2:30)
  12. Tema De Heloisa (3:10)
Review: In 1974, trained jazz pianist Edson Frederico quit his job as an arranger and musician on a Brazilian TV channel. Less than a year later he released his first and only solo album, the now sought-after "Edson Frederico E A Transa". As the sleeve credits for this limited Record Store Day reissue prove, it was never really a solo affair; in fact, the multi-talented pianist and organist was joined in the studio by a multitude of vocalists and musicians. The result is a warm and breezy set of songs that perfectly encapsulate the musical melting pot that was Brazilian popular music at the time (think samba, MPB, jazz-funk, fusion, soul, funk and '60s beat music). Frederico's impeccable electric piano and organ playing feature heavily throughout, though they never dominate. Superb stuff all told.
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Game Of Thrones Series 4 (Soundtrack) (180 gram audiophile vinyl + insert)
Cat: MOVLP 1204. Rel: 04 Sep 14
  1. Main Titles
  2. The Rains Of Castamere
  3. Breaker Of Chains
  4. Watchers On The Wall
  5. I'm Sorry For Today
  6. Thenns
  7. Mereen
  8. First Of His Name
  9. The Biggest Fire The North Has Ever Seen
  10. Three Eyed Raven
  11. Two Swords
  12. Oathkeeper
  13. You Are No Son Of Mine
  14. The North Remembers
  15. Let's Kill Some Crows
  16. Craster's Keep
  17. The Real North
  18. Forgive Me
  19. He Is Lost
  20. I Only See What Matters
  21. Take The Charge Of Your Life
  22. The Children
Review: Aside from the visual spectacle that is Game Of Thrones, its mythical musical is what really shapes the atmosphere surrounding the series. Composed by Ramin Djawadi, the score to Season 4 is diverse and enchanting, made up of many different acoustic styles and genres. The second track, "The Rains Of Castamere", is even composed by Sigur Ros who give a seriously powerful performance as per usual. There's over twenty tracks spanning two tasty vinyl plates, filled to the brim with seductive strings, new age melodies and militant battle drums for that euphoric blockbuster hit! Stick it on and immerse yourself in a parallel world of mystical wars and fairytales.
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Peter & The Wolf (180 gram audiophile vinyl LP + insert)
Cat: MOVCL 011. Rel: 28 Oct 14
  1. Peter & The Wolf, Op 67 (27:11)
  2. Young Person's Guide To The Orchestra, Op 34 (17:12)
Review: This recording of the Philadelphia Orchestra performing Sergei Prokofiev's 1936 story and orchestral score Peter and the Wolf was recorded in 1977 and was originally released in 1978. The role of the narrator on the recording was initially offered to both Peter Ustinov and Alec Guinness who both turned it down, before David Bowie agreed to take on the role, supposedly as a Christmas present to his son. On the B-side is another equally as charming piece of recent classical history, Benjamin Britten's Young Person's Guide To The Orchestra as narrated by Hugh Downs.
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Instruments (180 gram audiophile vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: MOVCL 016. Rel: 08 May 15
  1. Walk Music Four (4:49)
  2. Marvin Two (7:41)
  3. Cloud Three (2:35)
  4. Leave My Head Alone Brain Seven (4:23)
  5. Wamims (6:19)
  6. In Bjorndal (1:12)
  7. I Exist Because Of You Two (3:47)
Review: 'Instruments' is an acoustic project by internationally celebrated producer/performer/composer Henrik Schwarz. He is an artist highly on request to create energetic dance music productions for Boy George, Stevie Wonder, James Brown, indie stars Ane Brun, The Foals, Omar, or jazz legends like Mark Murphy. His intense laptop performances in major clubs and at the largest international music festivals in Japan, USA, Europe, Asia, Australia, South America catapulted Schwarz into the Top Ten League of electronic music performers.

The classical arrangements on Instruments are created by Johannes Brecht as a fully acoustic listening experience of Schwarz's chart topping melodic compositions. On this album, 7 of his compositions are transcribed for a contemporary music ensemble, including the first single ever released that got worldwide attention - "Marvin" (which came out in 2002).

Both performed and recorded strictly acoustic, without the backbone of any electronic instruments, the pureness and elegance of wood brass, strings and percussions are transporting the repetitive grooves and hymnal anthems into renowned concert halls. The Tonhalle Zurich, Concertgebouw Amsterdam, Stuttgarter Kammerorchester & Deutsches Kammerorchester commissioned arrangements to be performed in their residential venues - the concert at the Kammermusiksaal of the Berlin Philharmonic Hall on November 15, 2011 was sold out.
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Battle Of The Giants (reissue) (limited numbered 180 gram audiophile orange vinyl LP)
Cat: MOVLP 2481C. Rel: 29 Aug 19
  1. Money Day (2:24)
  2. Consider Me (2:37)
  3. Driven Back (1:52)
  4. Gorgeous & Marvellous (3:14)
  5. Samfie Man (3:01)
  6. Now You Are Gone (3:30)
  7. Battle Of The Giants (1:57)
  8. Slip Away (2:26)
  9. Cherie Cherie (2:39)
  10. Simmer Down Quashie (1:57)
  11. Twice Around The Daffodils (2:56)
  12. Mally Mally (2:58)
Review: The Pioneers were pivotal during the skinhead reggae period and their 1970 album Battle Of The Giants on the mighty Trojan Records is as fine as they come. At the time it was released, the band was spending lots of time in the UK and taking cues from ska, but always returned to Jamaica to record. It shows in a record that mixes driving reggae grooves with more pop leaning songs and flourishes of soul. Swaggering rhythms like "Samfie Man" sit next to love struck tunes like "Consider Me" and it's not hard to see why this outfit was one of the first to have international reggae hits in the post-rocksteady era.
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Low Symphony (180 gram audiophile vinyl LP + insert)
Cat: MOVCL 009. Rel: 07 Jun 14
  1. Subterraneans
  2. Some Are
  3. Warzszawa
Review: Originally released on Point Music, Philip Glass' 1993 masterpiece is now available on vinyl for the first time. Having always been reissued as a CDR, the wonderful folks over at Music On Vinyl have remastered this three-tracker for turntable use, on 180 G format, of course, and it was about time somebody did so! The three works are deep, luscious and glide between neo-classical and avant-garde with utter ease. Our cherry pick has to be "Subterraneans" for its delicate waves of strings and general feeling of peace. This is THE soundtrack EP and it's a shame it has yet to be used...
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Liverpool: 30th Anniversary Edition (limited 180 gram audiophile vinyl LP + insert)
Cat: MOVLP 1565. Rel: 13 May 16
  1. Warriors Of The Wasteland (4:41)
  2. Rage Hard (5:01)
  3. Kill The Pain (6:14)
  4. Maximum Joy (5:30)
  5. Watching The Wildfire (4:15)
  6. Lunar Bay (5:30)
  7. For Heaven's Sake (4:38)
  8. Is Anybody Out There? (7:28)
Review: We're not going to introduce Frankie Goes To Hollywood to you because you should know who they are - just in case you don't - and you would have heard their timeless songs like "Timeless" played out left, right and centre. Liverpool, however, their 1986 album and their second LP, is a little less played-out and very representative of the rocky side of post-punk that was heavily popular from New York to London, and pretty much anywhere with dance floors. The mood is upbeat and groovy but, as with all of their work, there is a subtle layer of romanticism and melancholia, a perfect cocktail for a companion piece to pretty much everything and anything. We can't recommend this enough, especially seeing as the original is kinda hard to find these days..
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Ex:El (180 gram audiophile vinyl 2xLP + 4 page booklet)
Cat: MOVLP 1615. Rel: 26 May 16
  1. San Francisco (4:56)
  2. Spanish Heart (feat Bernard Sumner) (3:51)
  3. Leo Leo (4:02)
  4. Qmart (feat Bjork) (4:59)
  5. Nephatiti (4:48)
  6. Lift (5:05)
  7. Ooops (feat Bjork) (4:52)
  8. Empire (4:18)
  9. In Yer Face (In Yer Face mix) (5:13)
  10. Cubik (original mix) (3:19)
  11. Lambrusco Cowboy (4:05)
  12. Techno Bell (4:56)
  13. Olympic (bonus track) (4:20)
  14. Ski Family (bonus track) (5:10)
  15. Ooops (Utsala Head mix - bonus track) (3:24)
  16. Cubik (Monkey Mafia remix - bonus track) (5:24)
Review: For those that don't know, Ex:El was the third LP by British electronic pioneers 808 State released in 1991. The album features guest vocalists such as New Order's Bernard Sumner on "Spanish Heart' and Bjork on "Qmart" and "Ooops" which would result in the Icelandic singer having a continued working relationship with Graham Massey over the years. Their teaming up with figures of the alternative music scene of the time started a trend that many other electronic music groups would become to follow. Perceived by many to be one of their finest albums, this one will be a welcome edition to any 808 State fans collection on vinyl.
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The Dark Side Of The Moog Vol 3 (180 gram audiophile vinyl 2xLP + insert)
Cat: MOVLP 2103. Rel: 03 Jul 18
  1. Phantom Heart Brother (part 1) (18:31)
  2. Phantom Heart Brother (part 2) (12:19)
  3. Phantom Heart Brother (part 3) (4:16)
  4. Phantom Heart Brother (part 4) (12:05)
  5. Phantom Heart Brother (part 5) (9:15)
  6. Phantom Heart Brother (part 6) (2:44)
Review: Going back even further into their chest of treasures, all the way back to 1995, Klaus Schulze and Pete Namlook's The Dark Side Of The Moog project is here with a reissue of its third instalment, from 1995, and it's crazy for us to think that we have two certified legends on our charts, across several reissues of the mother series, which should most certainly be purchased in unison. This is the source in terms of ambient and drone, perhaps even surpassing some of the work done by Brian Eno across his own illustrious career. This collection of words is shorthand for "purchase now!".
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Star People Nation (180 gram audiophile vinyl LP + 4 page booklet)
Cat: MOVLP 2423. Rel: 14 May 19
  1. Have You Come To Stay (4:41)
  2. Getaway Gold (feat Rose Gold) (3:44)
  3. Subconscious Flirtations & Titillations (4:36)
  4. Wide Open (3:37)
  5. Portrait Of William (3:17)
  6. Just Let It Ride (5:32)
  7. Crestfallen (4:23)
  8. The Messenger (feat Elew) (5:06)
  9. Alkebulan (feat Eric Harland & Kassa Overall) (2:50)
  10. Understand Yourself (feat Chronixx) (5:05)
Review: The genius of trumpeter, composer, producer and multi-instrumentalist Theo Croker's work has always been his ability to meld more traditional spiritual jazz sounds - not to mention modal and post-bop - with elements of contemporary soul, R&B and hip-hop. "Star People Nation", Croker's first album for three years, continues this approach, flitting between starry, decidedly intergalactic workouts ("Have You Come To Stay", "Subconscious Flirtations & Titillations"), seductive vocal numbers (the twinkling jazz-soul of the Rose Gold voiced "Getaway Gold"), deep, head-nodding jams ("Wide Open", "Portrait Of William") and fizzing dancefloor escapades (the brilliant "Just Let It Ride" and off-kilter Afro-jazz epic "Alkebulan").
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Intérprete: Juno Recommends Jazz
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Casualties Of War (Soundtrack) (reissue) (limited numbered 180 gram audiophile transparent vinyl LP + insert)
Cat: MOVATM 103. Rel: 07 Jun 17
  1. Casualties Of War (9:17)
  2. Trapped In A Tunnel (4:37)
  3. No Escape (6:56)
  4. The Abduction (4:47)
  5. No Hope (2:30)
  6. The Rape (3:58)
  7. The Death Of Oahn (2:31)
  8. The Healing (2:13)
  9. The Fragging (1:19)
  10. Waste Her (3:40)
  11. Elegy For A Dead Cherry (1:14)
  12. Elegy For Brown (3:44)
Review: The score for 1989's Casualties of War - a Vietnam War flick starring Michael J Fox and Sean Penn - is not one of Ennio Morricone's better-known soundtracks. Even so, it's still a masterful work, as this reissue proves. In typical Morricone fashion, there are moments of poignant reflection (all sweeping strings, twittering flutes and melancholic motifs), tension-filled themes, subtle looks towards to the composer's spaghetti western-era work, and driving, forceful and grandiose compositions where you can almost smell the napalm. In keeping with the film's setting, there are occasional nods towards traditional Vietnamese music, though these tend to provide aural colour amongst the cinematic orchestration and lilting strings.
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Fat Albert Rotunda (reissue) (180 gram audiophile vinyl LP)
Cat: MOVLP 2187. Rel: 23 Jan 19
  1. Wiggle-Waggle (5:45)
  2. Fat Mama (3:49)
  3. Tell Me A Bedtime Story (5:00)
  4. Oh! Oh! Here He Comes (4:03)
  5. Jessica (4:12)
  6. Fat Albert Rotunda (6:26)
  7. Lil' Brother (4:22)
Review: Recognised as one of the most prolific jazz pianists of all time, Herbie Hancock played with greats such as Donald Byrd and Miles Davis. He was one of the first to embrace and master the electric piano. He bounced back and forth between his electronic and acoustic sound, touching upon almost every development in R&B, funk and jazz while retaining an original and distinctive voice. Fat Albert Rotunda is the eighth album by Hancock, released in 1969 and his first release for Warner Bros. since his departure from Blue Note Records. The music was originally done for the TV show 'Hey, Hey, Hey, It's Fat Albert' and was a noticeable change in style - incorporating soul music as the basis of his compositions.
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Intérprete: Juno Recommends Jazz
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Solid State Survivor (180 gram audiophile LP + insert)
Cat: MOVLP 1467. Rel: 20 Nov 15
  1. Technopolis
  2. Absolute Ego Dance
  3. Rydeen
  4. Castalia
  5. Behind The Mask
  6. Day Tripper
  7. Insomnia
  8. Solid State Survivor
Review: The US' Music On Vinyl always provides the quality reissues, and best of all, they do it quietly, leaving the diggers and owners of the original copies still relatively chuffed with their treasures. As such, it's the Yellow Magic Orchestra that receives the reissue treatment this time, a Japanese electro-pop outfit formed in 1979, and which includes the great Haruomi Hosono on bass - producer of the timeless and mind-bending "Hosono House". Solid State Survivor was the band's second album, and although it was released before the start of the '80s, it already contains remnants of electronic dance music as we know it today. The glassy opener is called "Technopolis", for example, and the majestic synth twists of "Rydeen" are a pleasure to our ears even today. There are slower, more magical moments such as "Castalia", but the winner for us is probably "Insomnia", a great piece of drunken drum machine drums and wonky melodies. An absolute must, even for the non-Japanese heads.
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