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more uk grim

limited pink 12" ep - £19.99
Emerging from the same environment that created the duo's stellar album, 'UK GRIM', the songs of 'More UK GRIM' share the incisive lyrical v...
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UK Grim

limited white lp - £21.99 | Buy
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cd - £12.99 | Buy
As the Nottingham duo's most dancefloor-friendly release to date, ‘UK GRIM’ is an urgent and sage-like look at life, living and the gritty reali...
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Spare Ribs

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If you’re feeling the least bit politically jaded, this album is going to chime the heck with you, as the Nottingham duo reel off razor sharp invectives, ...
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divide and exit (2020 reissue)

limited transparent blue lp - £18.99 | Buy
Reissue of classic 2014 album.
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a collection of songs spanning the last seven years of the bands career; an array of crowd pleasers, B sides, unheard tracks and rarities for us to obsess about...
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Eton Alive

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Though their shtick is no longer shocking, the ‘mods revel in being the well established nihilistic voice of Britain, exploring the absurdity of it all wi...

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West End Girls
  1. West End Girls (clean)
  2. West End Girls (dirty)
  3. West End Girls (Pet Shop Boys Remix)
  4. West End Girls (HiFi Sean Remix)
  5. West End Girls (Extnddntwrk Remix)

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West End Girls

Rough Trade
  • limited 12"

    Released: 15th Dec 2023


The East Midlands men play havoc with those West End Girls, cuffing the anti-Thatcher sentiment into an equally dystopian era of Tory misrule.

And if the politics aren't for you, just know that this (and the myriad remixes) bang. This esteem for the Pet Shop Boys can be clearly heard on their take on “West End Girls”, although Jason and Andrew have not flinched from creating a version of the song which is truly Sleaford Mods. If the original is a sophisticated exposé of the heartlessness of 80s Thatcherite Britain while also paying tribute to people’s ability to shine despite living in brutal times, then Sleaford Mods’ have skillfully distressed the shimmering classic with sharp synths and scuffed-up vocals, offering a sense of the resilience now required to survive in our disconnected and dysfunctional days.

“’West End Girls’ is a song that’s very close to my heart, my coming-of-age track in so many ways.” says Andrew Fearn of the original. Jason Williamson continues, “I’ve been listening to the Pet Shop Boys albums ‘Please’ and ‘Actually’ a lot, the music still fits this landscape so well. When Andrew suggested we cover “West End Girls”, it was important to honour the track’s brilliance. So when Neil and Chris gave the track their blessing, our tiny minds were blown, and when we received their remix… it was almost too much, it was brilliant!”

Neil/Chris added… “Sleaford Mods have brought East End boys back to the West End streets for a great cause and we love their new version.” Not only did Sleaford Mods’ “West End Girls” meet with the pair’s approval, but the Pet Shops Boys were inspired to remix the cover which will feature as one of the tracks on the limited edition single. Hifi Sean has also contributed an Acid House meets Hi-NRG remix for the release, while Sleaford Mods’ own Andrew Fearn has added a heady vocoder led mix under his solo guise of Extnddntwrk.