• 23 studio recordings from late 70s punk band who evolved into an anarcho band. Compiles their Bluurg 7″, their Crass track and a further 17 unreleased studio tracks, all remastered and packaged in a 12-page booklet featuring a detailed band history and previously unseen photos – all at an anarcho-punk price! Issued in a standard transparent jewel case with 12-page booklet. (Overground Records)
  • Few bands are as misunderstood as New Model Army. Received wisdom paints them as clog-wearing demagogues whose hectoring post-punk agit-prop was more Lenin and Trotsky than Lennon and McCartney. Actually, received wisdom is pretty bang on for once – you’d never get Van Halen quoting passages from 13th-century proles’ charter the Magna Carta on the back of their albums, as NMA did on 1985’s No Rest For The Wicked. But it also glosses over the fact there was way more to them than mouldy army surplus shirts and roaches made from old CND leaflets./o:p This five-CDs-in-a-budget-box collection captures the Bradford band at their galvanising/polarising peak between 1985 and 1991. The four studio albums and one live record collected here chart their journey from granite-faced firebrands (No Rest… and the following year’s equally blunt The Ghost Of Cain) through to the more measured (1989’s artistic high-water mark Thunder And Consolation and 1990’s Impurity). The stentorian social and political commentary on the likes of breakthrough single No Rest, anti-drug tirade Heroin and the anthemic 51st State (‘…of America!’) instantly date-stamp them to the Thatcher era. But there’s tenderness between the tirades: the acoustic Lovesongs finds passion within the political, while the unbearably poignant Green And The Grey is almost cinematic in its exploration of small-town life. And as their line-up expanded from the original trio, they moved on from the stark, bass-heavy sound that defined their early years: the fiddle-led Vengeance (from Thunder And Consolation) brought together the worlds of 80s post-punk and British folk, while Eleven Years (from Impurity, their most undeservedly overlooked album) even added a tinge of psychedelia to the mix. Three decades since they first marched forth from West Yorkshire, New Model Army are still very much a going concern, the devoutly loyal following they’ve accrued sustaining a career where their compatriots long ago died on the vine. Yes, they’re still a black hole when it comes to glamour, and now, as then, their records are hardly overburdened with laughs. But as these albums show, this most wilfully unfashionable of groups deserve a place in the pantheon of great bands these septic isles have thrown up (Parlophone/2014)
  • NEW ORDER | low life | LP

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    Reissue on 180 gr vinyl. The groups third studio album, originally released in 1985, remastered on 180g vinyl. Low-Life is the third studio album by English rock band New Order, released on 13 May 1985 by Factory Records. It is considered to be among the band's strongest work, displaying the moment they completed their transformation from post-punk hold-overs to dance-rockers. The album shows New Order's increased incorporation of synthesisers and samplers, while still preserving the rock elements of their earlier work. (Rhino Records/Vinyl Collector/2015)
  • NEW ORDER | movement | LP

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    Reissue on 180 gr vinyl. Following the tragic death of singer Ian Curtis, the remaining members of Joy Division continued as New Order. 'Movement' was their debut-LP, originally released by Factory Records in November 1981. They recorded Movement in fraught sessions with Joy Division's producer, Martin Hannett, creating an album they weren't particularly happy with, and which wasn't radically removed from the Joy Division sound. (Rhino Records/London Records)
  • New Order release their first album in 10 years when the icons return with their new LP 'Music Complete' on Mute. The band's 10th studio album, their first since 2005's 'Waiting for the Sirens' Call', also marks New Order's first full-length release without longtime bassist Peter Hook, who left the group in 2007. However, 'Music Complete' features the studio return of keyboardist Gillian Gilbert, who last appeared on 2001's 'Get Ready'. The group produced all of the 11-track album except for three songs: Chemical Brothers' Tom Rowlands worked on 'Singularity' and 'Unlearn This Hatred,' while revered dance producer Stuart Price contributed on closer 'Superheated.' New Order's longtime collaborator and artist Peter Saville - Joy Division's 'Unknown Pleasures', 'Power, Corruption and Lies' - once again provides the album's art direction. This is the non-limited black vinyl edition which includes a 12 page booklet featuring variations of the 'lines' artwork in black & white and recording credits. (Mute/2015)
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    Power, Corruption & Lies is the second studio album by English rock band New Order, released on 2 May 1983 by Factory Records. A highlight from the Factory era, featuring bass driven masterpiece Age of Consent, Power Corruption and Lies found New Order expanding and pushing further on from the legacy of Joy Division, creating their own mythos. Essential. Repress, 180 Gram. (Rhino Records/London Records/2015)
  • NEW ORDER | technique | LP

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    New Order's fifth studio album, released on 30 January 1989 and their last album released on Factory. Recorded on Ibiza and in Peter Gabriel's Real World Studios. The album adds Balearic Beat and Acid House influences to the band's typical blend of electronic and rock. The cover is another Peter Saville (2)/Trevor Key cooperation, using a garden ornament cherub statue. Saville thought the bacchanalian image was ironically fitting for the new "drug-fuelled hedonism" in the music scene. The first New Order album to reach number one in the UK charts. Several tracks were individually released as singles. An instrumental version of "Vanishing Point" was used on the BBC series Making Out. (London Records/Factory /2009)
  • Recorded 3 months after the death of front man Ian Curtis; these are the first New Order demos made after the end of Joy Division. "Are You Ready" (a collaboration with label mates Cabaret Voltaire) and the track "Homage" are previously unreleased and all songs are quite different from their 12" versions.
    A1 Dreams Never End (Mix 1)
    A2 Homage
    A3 Ceremony
    B1 Truth
    B2 Are You Ready?
    B3 Dreams Never End (Mix 2)
    (Swingshift Records)
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    Formed in 1979 in new town Harlow, The Newtown Neurotics are one of the most under rated but essential punk bands. Kick Out! is a 15 track round up of their first six singles taking in the years 1979 to 1984. The first two singles Hypocrite and When The Oil Runs Out were melodic nuggets released on their own No Wonder label. Both of these singles were written prior to the election of the Thatcher monster. The horror of this event changed what was the non-political writing style of Steve's lyrics into the other extreme, and so in June 1982 Kick Out The Tories was released on CNT records. Sadly 38 years later, the lyrics are most poignant and needed than ever. The band continued releasing single after single from the painfully personal to the politically pertinent, all done with intelligence and style. Also included is Andy Is A Corporatist / Mindless Version taken from the Son of Oi! compilation. The album comes with a 32 page booklet of archive - photos, reviews, interviews and more and was conceived to be released alongside the Documentary of the same name about the band's history. (Sealed Records) https://sealedrecords2.bandcamp.com/album/kick-out
  • Scotland’s finest Anarcho-Streetcrusties meet thrashy d-beat hardcore from Helsinki. Three songs each band. (Beluga Music)
  • Repress of this top class Scottish Anarcho-Punk meeting. Originally released in 1987 we have 7 classic crusty Anarchoi Punk stompers from the representatives from Edinburgh (OI POLLOI) and 5 folk influenced cynical Punkrock tracks by those Aberdeen lads (Toxik Ephex) … this album was unavailable since the initial press was gone… trap one now! (Mad Butcher Records)
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    Scotlands anarcho-punk legends are back with a brand new 10″ mini-album. 7 new street crust / prog oi anthems against the fucking system. Three color options housed in a gatefold sleeve with lyrics etc. most are on black vinyl with a limited number on “orange crush” vinyl and a very limited number of “specials” on orange splatter bone vinyl with free SMASH ANTISEMITISM patch. (Fire and Flames Music, Urinal Vinyl Records, Maloka, Profane Existence and Sick World Records)
  • This classic punk album from these Scots was originally released in 1990, and has been unavailable for years now. 11 cuts of anarcho punk full of ecological issues, anger and Earth power... and classic anarcho pie receipe! "This album was originally released as a vinyl LP back in 1990 on the Words of Warning label. It was a small DIY punk label run by a friend of ours from Wales called Karl. He released quite a few good records until one of his bands got signed to EMI. Although they kept their feet on the ground it seemed that their "success" went to his head a bit and he got- a taste for the commercial "music business". That's something that has never interested us and we totally fail to see any attraction in that whole plastic and rotten world. Anyway, to cut a long story, Karl started to rip off the bands and eventually ended up as a dodgy drum and bass promoter in Bristol - money corrupts. Then a few years ago he re-released this LP on a CD in a really shitty cover with a booklet full of mistakes and no decent sleeve notes or artwork and pocketed the proceeds. So many folks have kept asking about these songs though that we thought it would be good to have this stuff available again but on a decent label and with decent artwork this time [...]" (Oi Polloi, Beltane 2006) (NNNW Records)
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    This classic punk album from these Scots was originally released in 1990, and has been unavailable for years now. 11 cuts of anarcho punk full of ecological issues, anger and Earth power... and classic anarcho pie receipe! "This album was originally released as a vinyl LP back in 1990 on the Words of Warning label. It was a small DIY punk label run by a friend of ours from Wales called Karl. He released quite a few good records until one of his bands got signed to EMI. Although they kept their feet on the ground it seemed that their "success" went to his head a bit and he got- a taste for the commercial "music business". That's something that has never interested us and we totally fail to see any attraction in that whole plastic and rotten world. Anyway, to cut a long story, Karl started to rip off the bands and eventually ended up as a dodgy drum and bass promoter in Bristol - money corrupts. Then a few years ago he re-released this LP on a CD in a really shitty cover with a booklet full of mistakes and no decent sleeve notes or artwork and pocketed the proceeds. So many folks have kept asking about these songs though that we thought it would be good to have this stuff available again but on a decent label and with decent artwork this time [...]" (Oi Polloi, Beltane 2006) (NNNW Records)
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    Legendary first Oi Polloi recordings ever from 1984 now re-released limited to 500 copies. Four tracks including one of Oi Polloi’s best anthems ever “Boot down the door”. (Mad Butcher Records)  
  • OI POLLOI | saorsa | LP

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    This is the sixth studio album of the long going scottish anarchist punk band "OI POLLOI" (Slang for "The Common People") 15 new songs recorded in 2014 with an retrospective of the many musically influences of previous OI POLLOI records. Here you find the anarcho charged sing-a-long Oi!Punk in exchange with D-Beat-Crust and of course classic UK Anarcho Punk. "Saorsa" means "Freedom" in scottish gaelic and "Freedom" or "Liberty" is the lyrical main subject of this album. Lyrics are mostly sung in English with little excursions into Gaelic, Spanish as well as Yiddish. With all the heavy political content, OI POLLOI never excluded humor in what they do and this is what makes them so sympathic in my eyes. Responsible for the beautiful artwork was Sonia L. who already contributed to previous OI POLLOI records such as "Fuaim Catha". (Ruin Nation Records)
  • The “Unfinished Business” LP includes three songs from the “Muliple Oi-Gasm” 7″ originally released 2014 by ROTTEN TO THE CORE RECORDS for the US 2014 Tour. In addition to the 7″ tracks you find 5 unreleased OI POLLOI songs from the same recording session as their “Duisg” LP. More raging antifascist anarchy punkrock in 27 minutes! (Campary Records) https://youtu.be/KJYjNufzcPU
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    Originally released back in 1987 on Roddy Moreno's Oi! records, this album contains some of their best material ever: 12 aggressive Killer-Anthems, hard and tight played: "Punx'n'Skins", "Scum","Commies and nazis". Like a smack in the face! Rabid, violent, kickin'! Reissue with original artwork. (Mad Butcher Records)  
  • Originally released back in 1987 on Roddy Moreno's Oi! records, this album contains some of their best material ever: 12 aggressive Killer-Anthems, hard and tight played: "Punx'n'Skins", "Scum","Commies and nazis". Like a smack in the face! Rabid, violent, kickin'! Reissue with original artwork. Green Vinyl. (Mad Butcher Records)
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    Remastered vinyl reissue of the debut and only Omega Tribe album, originally released in late 1983 on Corpus Christi Records. The album was recorded by Guitarist Pete Fender deep in the Poison Girl’s basement studio in Leyton and contains 11 punk anthems with a pop sensibility missed by most of their curse of 1983 peers. Omega Tribe were one of the few bands that had a much more softer, poetic and melodic style of playing that still managed to impress, educate and influence their audiences. It was protest music with a heart and sense of love that still is relevant 35 years later. This album has never been reissued and deserves it's place right next to the Mob - Let the Tribe Increase, Poison Girls - Hex and Zounds - Curse of Zounds. (Sealed Records) https://sealedrecords2.bandcamp.com/album/no-love-lost
  • So if you want to explain to somebody the meaning of Oi, just play this record to him or her. Repress of the first album originally released in 1984 by these pioneers of strictly antifascist skinhead-music from Cardiff. 15 songs, each a killer. Absolutely classic! If you don’t already have it, go get your copy and educate yourself. (Mad Butcher Records)
  • Cryptic Cross Words is the 5th album that Paranoid Visions have released since their 2006 reboot. Add to this the multitude of singles and a myriad of historical re-releases and compilations and it becomes clear that Paranoid Visions are a band who are not content to sit back and relax or attempt to trade on past glories. Indeed founder members Deko and P.A are of the opinion that there are no past glories with the recent releases being more reflective of what the band were about in the first place. Cryptic Cross Words, a culmination of a year’s recording and writing is an attempt to craft a specific album with a specific modus operandi. “With every release we have done, there has always been a compromise, and certain styles or genres we have wanted to explore have been almost achieved, but not executed the way we imagined them … until now”. Switching rhythm section and losing a backing vocalist in early 2014 gave the band the opportunity to form the perfect line-up and create what the band believe is best album they have ever made. It’s certainly a more focussed and strategic release that relies on soundscapes and moods that co-exist with the various musical genres the band continues to dip into. But it explores these cohesively with production that has been described by one early reviewer as being “crisp but avoids the sheen of the nu”. Certainly this album owes as much to UK Decay as it does to UK Subs, or is “more magazine than fanzine”. Lyrically the album is tackling different subjects ranging from the Catholic church’s abuse of children, invasion in the Ukraine, sexual harmony, working culture and the voice of the downtrodden public on the verge of snapping. In the case of Anagram Sam the lyrics consist entirely of anagrams (Anagram Sam, he’s one of those NAMELESS SALESMEN, his LIFE is a FILE of anagrams, he’s the SENATOR for TREASON etc etc….you get the picture!!) whilst the album’s closer, “baNAMA Republic” is a delicate slow building acoustic song spanning seven minutes and sung by Aoife Destruction detailing the fall of the Irish economy and the corruption that facilitated it. (Overground Records)
  • 19 track round up of demos from The Partisans who formed in Bridgend, South Wales in 1978 and ended up being one of the cream of the UK82 punk movement. The first side of the LP has 10 tracks recorded in April 1980 in one day and like bands in their early years - it features mainly covers. It includes songs from the Sex Pistols, Stiff Little Fingers, UK Subs, Buzzcocks, UK Subs, Cockney Rejects and yes even more UK Subs. It also has primitive and raw versions of future Partisans classics No Time and I Don’t Give a Fuck. This demo has never been heard or released in any form. Less than a year later, February 1981 with Savage leaving and Louise joining on bass, the band have their most well know line up and are in full flow with a 6 track demo that was sent to No Future Records. It’s not surprising the label snapped them up straight away as the recordings are high energy and full of anthemic gems. The label released Police Story and Killing Machine as the debut 7” direct from these recordings. The other four tracks from this demo have never been released on vinyl. The last three tracks on the LP are the demos from 1982 recorded for No Future for the 17 Years of Hell Single. Rawer and more punk than the actual well know versions. All members of the bands helped in this release and shared original masters from which everything was remastered plus archive from their own personal collections including photos galore, handouts, ticket stubs, interviews etc which are included in the 28 Page Booklet. (Sealed Records)
  • Seminal record for any punk in UK, China or whatever you live, fucker!!!! The Partisans were formed in Wales south in 1978 with the original line-up of Phil Staton-voice, Rob "Spike" Harrington-guitar and backing vocals, Andy Lealand-second guitar, Mark "Shark" Harris-drums and Mark "Savage" Parsons-bass. This line-up will change after one year as Parsons and Staton left the band and Rob took the voice position and entering Louise Wright as bass player. Basically influenced by Sex Pistols, The Clash and Ramones, The Partisans started to cover those bands and playing some own sounds too. On September 1981 they released their first 7" under the label No Future Records, a fantastic single that helped the band to tour with the likes of Blitz, The Ejected and Peter and the Test Tube Babies. On May 1982 they released their second 7" and when 1983 arrived the band's debut LP was out. This debut LP is one of the seminal steps on British punk for sure, a record that still sound fresh and strong after 3o years. (Puke n Vomit Records)

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