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  1. Labour Of Love
    by Mass

    Mass were formed from the demise of the influential 4AD group, Rema Rema. This short-lived band consisted of Gary Asquith, Mick Allen, Mark Cox, and Danny Briottet and they released the "You And I" 7" in 1980 followed by the Labour of Love LP in 1981. Asquith and Briottet went on to form Renegade Soundwave, whilst Allen and Cox formed Th... Learn More
  2. Boxer
    by The National

    The National formed in 1999, when five friends from Cincinnati, Ohio met again after all of them had relocated to Brooklyn, NY. They are Aaron Dessner (guitars, bass), Bryce Dessner (guitar), Scott Devendorf (guitar; bass), Bryan Devendorf (drums) and Matt Berninger (vocals). For years, the band had received critical praise but... Learn More
  3. Aion
    by Dead Can Dance

    1990 marked the release of Aion, 12 songs written and produced by Brendan Perry and Lisa Gerrard predominately recorded at their own studio in Southern Ireland. Shortly after the release of Aion, Brendan and Lisa scored their second film for Spanish Director Augustin Villaronga, La Muerte Y La Primavera. Their first film score f... Learn More
  4. Spleen And Ideal
    by Dead Can Dance

    With Spleen and Ideal, Dead Can Dance fully took the plunge into the heady mix of musical traditions that would come to define its sound and style for the remainder of its career. The straightforward goth affectations are exchanged for a sonic palette and range of imagination. Calling it "haunting" and "atmospheric" barely scrat... Learn More
  5. Spiritchaser
    by Dead Can Dance

    Spiritchaser, Dead Can Dance's seventh studio album, was released in June of 1996. It focused on the more percussive, tribal side of the group's music, together with the vocals of Brendan Perry and Lisa Gerrard. The album was recorded over a twelve-month period, again at Brendan's Quivvy Church studio, Ireland. It was the duo's ... Learn More
  6. Dust & Guitars (Remastered)
    by This Mortal Coil

    Re-mastered from the original analogue studio tapes by John Dent at Loud Mastering, to achieve the best digital sound available today. The HDCD albums are packaged in paper sleeves printed to the highest standard by the Ichikudo company in Japan, along with inner sleeves and booklets.

    To order from the UK please visit this link ... Learn More
  7. Alligator
    by The National


    The National formed in 1999, when five friends from Cincinnati, Ohio met again after all of them had relocated to Brooklyn, NY. They are Aaron Dessner (guitars, bass), Bryce Dessner (guitar), Scott Devendorf (guitar; bass), Bryan Devendorf (drums) and Matt Berninger (vocals). For years, the band had received critical praise but it wasn&r... Learn More
  8. Anthology
    by Throwing Muses

    On the 25th anniversary of Throwing Muses debut album release, 4AD issued the first ever compilation of the bands work, simply entitled Anthology. Compiled by the band, the 21 track selection eschews most of the singles in favour of personal favourites, and enjoys a non-chronological sequence which makes for interesting juxtapos... Learn More
  9. Glass Jar/Mindkilla
    by Gang Gang Dance

    1. Glass Jar
    2. MindKilla Learn More

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