Pub rockers at their peak.
Tasteful live document, including two bonus CDs.
About the young idea: Mod glitterati queue up to pay their respects.
Groovy: high-gloss history of 70 years of recorded music.
Southern rockers’ 70s pomp.
29th album from Archway’s answer to Sam Cooke.
No-frills reissue of San Fran group’s major label debut.
Overdue third album of bittersweet Americana.
Gnarly fourth album from thepsychedelic warlords.
Rock’n’roll troubadour goes back to basics.
Shlock-rock brainiacs deliver brilliant ‘best of’ show.
First four albums split over two releases from one-hit wonders.
Owen, Owen, gone: warts-’n’-all history of Southall’s punk legends.
Gene October on keeping the spirit of ‘77 alive and the serious fag habit he copped from the Thin White Duke.
Cult garage stars settle old musical scores.
Hastings... the final frontier.
A partisan history of youth cults.
First album in almost 50 years from Tacoma garage legends.
Hogs(s) heaven: blues-rock hairies in their pomp, collected in a new slipcase edition.
Long-lost debut from the black sheep of Britpop.
Oz rockers let their hair (further) down.
Astral peaks: the mid-life Modfather is finally back to what he does best.
Finger pickin’ good: two-CD anthology of country legends.
Genius at work: four disc collation of BBC years.
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