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MedusaLennox's second solo album, Medusa, was produced by Steve Lipson and originally released in 1995. Consisting entirely of cover songs, Medusa yielded the hit 'No More I Love You's' which won Best Pop Vocal Performance (Female) at the 1996 Grammys.1. No More I Love You's
2. Take Me to the River
3. A Whiter Shade of Pale
4. Don't Let It Bring You Down
5. Train In Vain
6. I Can't Get Next to You
7. Downtown Lights
8. Thin Line Between Love and Hate
9. Waiting In Vain
10. Something So Right
11. Heaven$19.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Eurythmics Greatest Hits (Extra Tracks)Import
No introduction needed; everyone knows THE EURYTHMICS!
Annie Lennox and Dave Stewart are still Britain's biggest selling duo and selling 75 million records worldwide. Originally released in 1991 as a 13 track album, our audiophile reissue of this classic compilation contains 5 more gems from their catalogue.
Without any doubt: pop music masterpieces, every single one of them.
* Pressed on 180 grams audiophile vinyl
* 18 track edition (previously 13 tracks)1 Love Is A Stranger (3:43)
2 Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This) (4:50)
3 Who's That Girl? (3:44)
4 Right By Your Side (3:49)
5 Here Comes The Rain Again (4:55)
1 There Must Be An Angel (Playing With My Heart) (4:42)
2 Sisters Are Doin' It For Themselves (5:54)
3 It's Alright (Baby's Coming Back) (3:43)
4 When Tomorrow Comes (4:17)
1 You Have Placed A Chill In My Heart (3:46)
2 Miracle Of Love (4:35)
3 Sex Crime (1984) (3:57)
4 Thorn In My Side (4:11)
5 Don't Ask Me Why (4:13)
1 Angel (4:47)
2 Would I Lie To You? (4:25)
3 Missionary Man (3:45)
4 I Need A Man (4:21)$44.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP -2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
Nostalgia (Awaiting Repress)Annie Lennox describes Nostalgia as the album she has been waiting her whole life to record. Produced by Lennox and frequent collaborator Mike
Stevens, the collection features hauntingly beautiful takes on iconic American songs such as "Summertime," "Mood Indigo" and "Strange Fruit." While the
album pays tribute to some of the greatest artists of the 20th century (Duke Ellington, George Gershwin, Billie Holiday), the songs were also chosen for
their continuing ability to resonate in the 21st century. The Scottish artist has sold 80 million records and won four GRAMMYs, two MTV VMAs, an Oscar
and a Golden Globe. VH1 named her "The Greatest White Soul Singer Alive" and Rolling Stone counted her as one of "The 100 Greatest Singers of All
Time."1. Memphis In June
2. Georgia On My Mind
3. I Put A Spell On You
5. I Cover The Waterfront
6. Strange Fruit
7. God Bless The Child
8. You Belong To Me
9. September In The Rain
10. I Can Dream, Can't I?
11. The Nearness Of You
12. Mood Indigo$21.99Vinyl LP - Sealed AWAITING REPRESS Buy Now
DivaProduced by Stephen Lipson and written by Lennox herself, Annie's debut solo album Diva was originally released in 1992 and features the hits Why and Walking On Broken Glass. Critically acclaimed worldwide, Diva has been described as state-of-the-art soul pop by Rolling Stone magazine and was nominated for 'Album of the Year' at that year's Grammys, where it won the 'Best Long Form Music Video' for the Sophie Muller directed accompanying video album.1. Why
2. Walking on Broken Glass
4. Legend In My Living Room
6. Money Can't Buy It
7. Little Bird
9. Stay By Me
10. The Gift$19.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Familiar TouchIt's been almost three years since DIANA released their critically-acclaimed LP, Perpetual Surrender. Now, the wait for new material has come to an end with the upcoming release of their second album Familiar Touch. The band have also shared the album's opening track, 'Confession' - a sharply focused example of their statement of intent, and which follows on from the previously shared 'Slipping Away'.
Having initially conceived Perpetual Surrender as a one-off recording project, Kieran Adams (drums, drum machines, synths), Carmen Elle (guitars, vocals) and Destroyer touring band member Joseph Shabason (synths, samplers, saxophone) regrouped after a period of time that Elle describes as "learning how to be a band." Bigger, fuller and far more open and expansive, Familiar Touch takes all of Perpetual Surrender's gorgeous qualities and pushes the songs to the forefront, upping DIANA's game tremendously.
'Miharu' is the perfect example of this: recalling the best mid-80's alt-pop, it mixes the lush soul signature of Flyte Time Productions (Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis) while delivering a massive pop chorus that liquefies into their modern production nous. "I really love the silky rub between Carmen's demure approach and Gary's [Beals, additional vocals] vibrant punctuations," Adams explains, his description also perfectly encapsulating 'Moment of Silence' - another sophisticated pop track with what Adams describes as having "a very smooth top layer" and synths that give the impression of "stretching time - being stretched thin in those moments." 'Confession' also builds upon those Jam & Lewis rhythms, with Adams describing it as sounding like the pair "if they worked with Annie Lennox."
Where Perpetual Surrender was the unexpected success of a group of friends experimenting with different sounds, Familiar Touch is the sound of them taking those experiences and maximising themselves as a proper band. "There was a much different studio flow - we started working on things close to a year before we recorded them," says Adams. "Last time, we were obscuring what it was that we were doing - with washed out or distorted vocals, for example. With this album - particularly with the vocals - we conceptualised everything a lot more in advance and really committed to certain sounds and feelings. We tried to fight the instinct of trying to distort it."
One thing that's clear this time around is how much more confidence DIANA have in themselves as musicians. The trio decamped to Adams' then-apartment, where the pressures of a second album and the time constraints of a regular studio were relieved. Renting their own gear, they made makeshift vocal booths of out of clothes cupboards and Star Wars sleeping bags (or "weird, fucked up musty vocal caves" as Shabason describes them). Upon listening to the record, it's hard to believe Familiar Touch was made in such a compact environment. With its emboldened production, it sits pleasingly alongside their personal influences and seminal recordings such as Prefab Sprout's Steve McQueen or Yellow Magic Orchestra's Naughty Boys.
Mixed by Chris Coady (TV on the Radio, Beach House, Grizzly Bear) and mastered by Heba Kadry, Familiar Touch is also lent a skilled hand by Thom Gill (guitars, keys, piano), Bram Gielen (bass), Vince Spilchuk (trumpet), and vocalists Robin Dann, Alanna Stuart of Bonjay and aforementioned Gary Beals - runner-up on the first season of Canadian Idol. By having the space and time to work with their new ideas on their own terms, this time around, DIANA have crafted an album that sounds unabashedly vibrant and distinctly 2016.1. Confession
2. What You Get
3. Slipping Away
4. Moment of Silence
5. The Coward
9. These Words
10. Take it Over$19.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now