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  • 48:13 48:13 Quick View

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    In the UK, Europe and multiple other countries 48:13 is already an unstoppable juggernaut, a critically acclaimed monster hit, providing the lauded English
    5-piece with their fourth consecutive #1 album.

    The distinct sound and integrity of Kasabian's fifth studio album defines the very essence of the band, their trademark sound distilled and re- packaged
    into one incredibly exciting, unique statement of intent. 48:13 is driven by the continuous evolution and musical experimentation of the band through their
    previous 4 albums.

    The album's first U.S. radio single, "Eez-eh", shows just one end of the spectrum of possibilities showcased by guitarist Sergio Pizzorno's songwriting and
    production. A relentless all-night anthem which has filled mosh-pits across Europe since the start of the summer. The video for "Eez-eh" was directed by
    the acclaimed artist and designer Aitor Throup, who has taken the role of Creative Director of the album.

    1. Shiva
    2. Bumblebeee
    3. Stevie
    4. Mortis
    5. Doomsday
    6. Treat
    7. Glass
    8. Explodes
    9. Levitation
    10. Clouds
    11. Eez-eh
    12. Bow
    13. S.P.S
    Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
  • Beyond Ugly Beyond Ugly Quick View

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    Beyond Ugly

    Domino is proud to present the third album, Beyond Ugly, from the Bristol, UK duo of Malachai.

    Beyond Ugly is the last panel in the band's Ugly triptych and that it was completed at all came as a
    shock to all concerned, least of all the group. After the conclusion of the campaign for their sophomore
    album, Return To The Ugly Side, members Gee Ealey and Scott Hendy drifted apart with no definitive
    plans to take up arms together. It was a chance meeting in Bristol that drew the two back into one
    another's orbit and to the realization that there was some unfinished monkey business. The duo reengaged slowly, simply working up a track at a time, more for the cathartic act of creating good music
    rather than the artificial construct of "delivering an album." Lo and behold, the creative process built
    an inertia of its own and Beyond Ugly began to take shape.

    And what a fine shape it is... Beyond Ugly recaptures the sonic stew of debut album, The Ugly Side
    Of Love, a potent of brew of post-summer of love and some good ol' Bristol-fashion psychedelic
    comedown. However, there's a healthy dose of renewed restlessness and anger emanating from Ealey
    that permeates the album thanks to some spirited vocal performances, from the anthemic and vengeful
    soliloquy of "Sweet Flower" to the civilly disobedient "I Deserve To No."

    Of course, Malachai isn't a one-man show. As Rakim had Eric B... Hendy, the duo's musical director, has
    truly outdone his past efforts and provides a sturdy musical platform from which Rev. Ealey delivers his
    sermons, whether the occasion calls for an exotic sturm-und-clang ("I Deserve To No") or a genteel softshoe waltz ("Hear It Comes").

    Malachai have always enjoyed // suffered the curse of being a "musician's band." Geoff Barrow of
    Portishead originally released The Ugly Side Of Love on his Invada imprint before Domino swooped
    in and there was no bigger proselytizer of Malachai's prowess than Sergio Pizzorno of Kasabian and
    both take their support a step further with guest appearances on "Dragons Ball" and "The Love"
    respectively. Additionally, "Segs" Jennings, bassist from punk legends The Ruts joins the fray on
    "Sweet Flower."

    The album concludes with a montage of hallucinations from across the band's discography before what
    can be best described as the ominous twilight tranquility of "End." Is this really where the Malachai
    story ends? As shown by the creative triumph of Beyond Ugly, sometimes it's best not to plan at all and
    just let it happen. We'll do our best to let you know when it does.

    1. Sweet Flower
    2. Don't Try This At Home
    3. Dragons Ball
    4. Holes
    5. Hear It Comes
    6. I Deserve To No
    7. White Nuthin' Sky
    8. The Love
    9. Army
    10. Dark Before The Dawn
    11. End
    12. Down To Earth
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
  • Wrong Crowd Wrong Crowd Quick View

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    Wrong Crowd

    Tom Odell will release his second album Wrong Crowd via RCA Records. The album consists of 11 songs and 4 bonus tracks and was co-produced by Tom Odell and Jim Abbiss, who has also produced records for artists including Arctic Monkeys, Kasabian, and Adele.

    The video for "Wrong Crowd," released on April 4th, shot in South Africa, was directed by George Belfield (Arthur Beatrice, Richard Hawley, Kwabs). Wrong Crowd is the follow-up album to his #1 UK debuting 2013 album Long Way Down, which has sold over one million units worldwide and has accumulated 8 Gold and 2 Platinum certifications around the world.

    1. Wrong Crowd
    2. Magnetised
    3. Concrete
    4. Constellations
    5. Sparrow
    6. Still Getting Used to Being On My Own
    7. Silhouette
    8. Jealousy
    9. Daddy
    10. Here I Am
    11. Somehow
    Tom Odell
    Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
  • SF Sorrow (Out of Stock) SF Sorrow (Out of Stock) Quick View


    SF Sorrow (Out of Stock)

    Remastered From The Original Analogue Tapes

    Pressed On 180-Gram Heavyweight Vinyl

    Packaged With The Original UK Artwork Sleeve, With Cover Art From Phil May.

    The Pretty Things created some of the most exciting and innovative records of the late sixties and early seventies.

    Winners of the Hero award at the 2009 Mojo Honors, the band have been name checked over the years by an array of artists ranging from The Clash, David Bowie and Aerosmith through to The Libertines and Kasabian.

    'SF Sorrow' is one of the great classics of the psychedelic era. The album stands favorable comparison with 'Sgt Pepper' and 'Piper At The Gates Of Dawn' as one of the defining records of the time. Originally recorded at Abbey Road in 1967 and 1968 it was the first and the most complete rock-opera to be recorded and released, pre-dating 'Tommy' by a full year.

    1. S.F. Sorrow Is Born
    2. Bracelets Of Fingers
    3. She Says Good Morning
    4. Private Sorrow
    5. Balloon Burning
    6. Death
    7. Baron Saturday
    8. The Journey
    9. I See You

    10. Well Of Destiny
    11. Trust

    12. Old Man Going
    13. Loneliest Person
    Pretty Things
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Temporarily out of stock
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