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Alan McGee

How to Run an Indie Label

*signed* hardback book - £20.00 | Pre Order
hardback book - £20.00 | Pre Order
A no holds barred rampage through gigs, clubs, boardrooms, drugs and booze, mad scenes, brilliant signings, machine gun quotes and a resilient wild spirit.
Ride

4 Eps

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cd - £12.99
The legendary shoegazers reissue their indispensable debut, its incredible follow-up & a collection of their first 4 EPs.
GIANT STEPS (30TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION)
  1. Hang Suspended
  2. Upon 9th & Fairchild
  3. Wish I Was Skinny
  4. Leaves And Sand
  5. Butterfly McQueen
  6. Rodney King (Song For Lenny Bruce)
  7. Thinking Of Ways
  8. Barney (...And Me)
  9. Spun Around
  10. If You Want It, Take It
  11. Best Lose The Fear
  12. Take The Time Around
  13. Lazarus
  14. One Is For
  15. Run My Way Runway
  16. I've Lost The Reason
  17. The White Noise Revisited

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GIANT STEPS (30TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION)

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  • limited orange & purple 2lp + 10"

    limited indies only orange & purple 2lp + black 10" w/ 2 bonus tracks

    Released: 1st Sep 2023

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    £13.99
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NME’S ALBUM OF THE YEAR 1993 – ‘NUFF SAID!.

This mega 30th anniversary edition of the highly acclaimed, much loved, 90s genre-hopping masterpiece, is beautifully packaged and plumped out with bonus material, making it the perfect way to celebrate / rediscover / be introduced to this classic.

1993 Album Of The Year - NME

In the Top 20 of “The 50 Best Shoegaze Albums of All Time” – Pitchfork


Originally released on the legendary Creation Records, at a time when label mates Slowdive, Teenage Fanclub and Ride were also casting long shadows across the indie landscape, ‘Giant Steps’ broke into the canon of great, experimental rock albums soon after its release.

"Wow, now THIS is what music can be!" – The Quietus

“It deserved the accolades and praise heaped on its shoulders.” – The Line of Best Fit

“A masterwork...” – Pitchfork