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The Savage Resurrection The Savage Resurrection
Classic West coast psych from 1968, excellently repackaged with full notes and new photos, and three unreleased tracks from studio rehearsals.



The Slits In The Beginning
Live with classics like Newtown, Shoplifting, Number One Enemy (with Nina Hagen as guest vocalist) and In The Beginning (with young Neneh Cherry); and a great version of I Heard It Through The Grapevine.




The Son Of P.M. Hey Klong Yao!
A hep, hopped-up mix of Thai instruments with keyboards, drums and electric guitars; an addictive 60s blend of homegrown melodies and rock (notably The Shadows), surf, go-go, Latin, blues.



The Superimposers Harpsichord Treacle
A third album of luscious sampladelic pop magic. Catchy, laid-back Beach Boys-esque pop and Laurel Canyon-bedsit-style loveliness.



The Walker Brothers Nite Flights
The 1978 LP including four key Scott Walkers David Bowie's new touchstone, and the inspiration behind Vienna, by Ultravox often viewed as the fountainhead of synth-pop. The Electrician is the shit.



The West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band Part One
'With their soaring psychedelia, achingly pure folk-rock and Zappa/Beefheart strangeness, these seminal underground gems can be seen as encyclopedic primers of the late-'60s Los Angeles musical experience.'







3 Hur-el Hurel Arsivi
'A masterpiece of Turkish ethno-psychedelic delight... heavy hashish sound fuzz guitar, impassioned vocals and Eastern percussion...' Vinyl from Guerssen.



3 Hur-el 3 Hur-el
The three brothers' 1972 debut a brilliant set of original Turkish ethno-influenced folk-rock, psychey and proggy, with some great double-neck saz / electric guitar and darbuka percussion.



Throbbing Gristle The Second Annual Report
Natty CD issue comes with an extra disc of live performances from the same year, and both sides of the single Zyklon B Zombie.