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T. Rex

The Slider (expanded edition)

cd + "rabbit fighter" bonus cd in deluxe gatefold sleeve - £19.99 | Buy
In this special 2CD set, CD1 features the original album, accompanied by three non-album b-sides, whilst CD2 comprises fascinating ‘work-in-progress&rsquo...
T. Rex

The Groover (50th Anniversary edition)

limited picture disc 7" IN DIE-CUT SLEEVE - £14.99 | Buy
originally released in early June 1973, Neither “The Groover”, nor its B side “Midnight”, appeared on 1974's “Zinc allow"...
T. Rex

Songwriter: 1973

140g black lp - £22.99 | Buy
the third instalment in the intimate series that focuses on the private and creative Marc Bolan, with the emphasis on how that affected his songwriting.
T. Rex

20th Century Boy (50th Anniversary edition)

limited picture disc 7" IN DIE-CUT SLEEVE - £14.99 | Buy
is the absolute classic “20th Century Boy”, originally released in early March 1973, and these days amongst Marc Bolan’s best remembered songs...
T. Rex

Sunken Rags (home demo, Glastonbury Fayre version)

limited orange 7" - £14.99
Tyrannosaurus Rex had headlined at the very first Glastonbury in September 1970, as last minute replacements when The Kinks pulled out.
T. Rex

Metal Guru Ep (2021 reissue)

very limited 7" (450 only) - £9.99 | Buy
very limited 7" picture disc (450 only) - £11.99 | Buy
All of these versions recorded over 4 days in March 1972 at Strawberry Studios, Chateau d’Hérouville, France and are different recordings to those ...
Electric Warrior (Abbey Road Half Speed Master)
  1. Mambo Sun
  2. Cosmic Dancer
  3. Jeepster
  4. Monolith
  5. Lean Woman Blues
  6. Get It On
  7. Planet Queen
  8. Girl
  9. Motivator
  10. Life’s A Gas
  11. Rip Off

T. Rex

Electric Warrior (Abbey Road Half Speed Master)

UMC/ Polydor
  • limited 180g lp - 1 per customer

    Released: 29th Apr 2022


T Rex’s definitive Glam Rock album from 1971 was produced by Tony Visconti and has now been Half Speed Mastered by Miles Showell at Abbey Road Studios, London.

Contains the singles “Get It On” ( #1 in the UK in July 1971), “Jeepster” ( #2 in the UK in November ‘71). This record was cut using a specialist technique known as half-speed mastering. This is a process whereby the source for this record as well as the turntable on the disc cutting lathe are both run at half their normal operating speed, so that twice the time is spent cutting the intricate groove into the master disc. This artisan approach results in cuts that have superior high frequency response (treble) and solid and stable stereo images. In short, a very high quality master that helps to create a very high quality record.