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Snow Patrol - Live At The Somerset House
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mpn: 602498687338, ean: 0602498687338,
4.3 out of 5 stars with 47 reviews
This gig was filmed live in the stunning quad of London's Somerset House in 2004, at the end of a long summer of touring. As the band stormed through one of their best ever performances, the crowd went wild and the cameras rolled to make sure that this aSnow Patrol's gig in the stunning quad of London's Somerset House in August this year was a special one indeed, and dare we say it, aic. Coming at the end of a long summer of touring, the band had not played a London show since March. Amazing
Belle & Sebastian - Fans Only
mpn: OLE 587-9, ean: 0744861058793,
4.8 out of 5 stars with 7 reviews
This is the definitive collection from Glasgow's Belle & Sebastian. Includes all their promo videos plus scrapped video footage, two short films outlining the band's history, interviews, TV performances, live footage, a discography section with a sample of each track, and montage sequences combining film and stills..
Skywriting + Singles
mpn: LTM2421, ean: 5024545310221,
4.2 out of 5 stars with 39 reviews
LTM are proud to announce the first reissue on CD of the entire works of The Field Mice, the cult South London band who recorded for the Sarah label between 1988 and 1991. Skywriting + Singles combines the second Field Mice album Skywriting (released in June 1990) with all tracks from the EPs the Autumn Store and So Said Kay. For the album the band had expanded from a duo to a three piece, and drawing influence from the dance and ambient scenes. Over 90 minutes over two discs, features 21
Potpourri (Hits, Mixes And Demos '85-'89) / Flatmates
mpn: CDMRED269, ean: 5013929126923,
4.2 out of 5 stars with 22 reviews
Repressing. The Flatmates released five singles between 1986 and 1988. Their singles all reached the upper regions of the UK Indie Chart, culminating with a number one placing for ''Shimmer''. Formed in Bristol in summer 1985, by Martin Whitehead, proprietor at the time of a weekly indie venue called the Mission Club, and ''Rocker'', the city's most notorious music fan. Lacking inspiration for an esoteric name, they adopted the tag stuck on them by their friends - ''the flatmates''..
In Case We Die
mpn: 1678104, ean: 0032862016721,
4.6 out of 5 stars with 9 reviews
This is the eagerly awaited second album from Australia's eight-piece indie-pop chamber orchestra, Architecture In Helsinki. 'In Case We Die' was recorded between August and December in the band's own Super Melody World studio by AIH drummer James Cecil. Produced by the Carbohydrates. Mixed by Tony Espie (The Avalanches, Robert Palmer). Bar None. 2005. This free-ranging octet from Australia has brought forth their second album and it's a veritable funhouse adventure. Experimental, but gently
Beat Surf Fun
4.5 out of 5 stars with 14 reviews
Formed in the mid-'90s by members of Crayon and Wimp Factor 14, Tullycraft continues to proudly carry the banner of the ''cuddlecore'' movement that swept the nation, or rather, the nation's sensitive geeks in the early '90s. The band's influences actually go further back, as its giddy, fast-strummed melodies and thin drumming hark back to C86, the classic NME-curated compilation that launched an era of British indie pop, from the Pastels to Heavenly. Led by bassist-singer Sean Tollefson,
If You're Feeling Sinister [Vinyl]
4.2 out of 5 stars with 22 reviews
Jeepster records * stereo * gatefold * EU * * * * *Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging.
Come Out, Come Out
mpn: MRD005CD, ean: 0773871000522,
4.5 out of 5 stars with 55 reviews
After Betti-Cola ruled the campus airwaves for threeconsecutive months, Cub came out with this quirky gem.This is really the record that solidified Cub and Mint Recordsin indie record land. Yes, the fire was lit with Betti-Cola, butthis one burnt the house down! Definitive do-it-yourself punk amateurism sums up the music. And rather than one bouncy smile-a-thon after another, there's a nice balance here between the upbeat (''I'm Your Angel,'' ''New York City,'' the unbilled dance mix of ''Go