New Releases 22nd November 2019

New Releases
Beck - "Hyperspaces"

The 14th album from Beck, following 2017's "Colors". "Hyperspaces" features production credits from Pharrell Williams, Cole M.G.N., Greg Kurstin and Paul Epworth. Limited indies-only edition on metallic silver vinyl.
Coldplay - "Everyday Life"

Coldplay return with their first new studio album in nearly four years, preceded by the simultaneous release of two new songs on October 24, "Orphans / Arabesque", their first new material in over two years. "Everyday Life" is a double album, presented in two halves: Sunrise and Sunset, featuring a stunning array of music, that is sure to surprise and delight their massive global fanbase.
Jaakko Eino Kalevi - "Dissolution"

Finnish psych - pop voyager Jaakko Eino Kalevi returns with a new release called "Dissolution". Never one to repeat himself, these seven songs come from a sparkling new constellation in the Kalevi universe as he draws deep for a set that explores the cosmic implications of a life being well lived.
Leonard Cohen - "Thanks For The Dance"

Posthumous album from the legend, arranged by his son Adam and featuring guest performances from Beck, Bryce Dessner of the National, Richard Reed Parry of Arcade Fire, Jennifer Warnes, Daniel Lanois, Damien Rice and Leslie Feist.
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The Beatles - "The Singles Collection"

From 1962 to 1970, The Beatles released 22 UK singles; of those 44 A & B-side tracks, 29 were not included on the group’s British albums at that time. These singles, plus an exclusive new double A-side single for the mid-1990s-issued tracks “Free As A Bird” and “Real Love,” are newly cut for vinyl from their original mono and stereo master tapes. Limited edition 23x7" singles box set with 40-page booklet with photos, ephemera, and detailed essays by Beatles historian Kevin Howlett.
Stereolab - "Sound-Dust" \ "Margerine Eclipse"

Triple vinyl expanded reissues of the 7th and 8th Stereolab LPs.


"Margerine Eclipse"
Queens Of The Stone Age - "Rated R" \ "Songs For The Deaf"

Reissues of these classic QOTSA LPs

"Rated R

"Songs For The Deaf"
Rolling Stones - "Let It Bleed" (50th Anniversary)

A landmark moment of the 1960s, that still resonates profoundly today. Originally released in 1969, Let It Bleed is regarded by critics and music fans as one of the best and most important rock albums of all time. Features three of the band’s greatest songs – Gimmie Shelter, Midnight Rambler and the anthemic You Can’t Always Get What You Want. Standard LP and CD versions.
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