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My Father My King (Black Friday 2023)

Limited White 12" EP - £21.99 | Buy
‘My Father My King’ was released originally as a single by Scottish post-rock band Mogwai in October 2001.

Rock Action (2023 reissue)

limited transparent red lp - £23.99 | Buy

Ten Rapid (Collected Recordings 1996-1997) (2023 repress)

Black lp + download - £22.99 | Buy
a compilation of songs released between 1996 and 1997 on various labels, including their debut single release for their own Rock Action label, ‘tuner&rsqu...

Government Commissions (BBC Sessions 1996-2003) (2023 repress)

Black 2lp + download - £25.99 | Buy
a compilation album consisting of sessions recorded between 1996 and 2003 for BBC Radio.

Happy Songs For Happy People (2023 reissue)

limited transparent green lp - £23.99 | Buy

Mr. Beast (2023 reissue)

limited crystal clear 2lp - £31.99 | Buy

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Silver Moth (Stuart Braithwaite of Mogwai, Elisabeth Elektra &am

Black Bay

limited 140g clear lp - £23.99 | Buy
CD - £12.99 | Buy

*unnumbered pressing overrun* dinked 236 - very limited 140g black & white swirl lp* + signed & numbered art print* + double sided insert* (500 only) - 1 per customer - £25.99
Between hushed incantations & molten guitars, 15-minute noise-rock epics & healing psalms, this is an album of elemental force, evocative poise & co...
Mogwai Young Team (2023 remaster)


  1. Yes! I Am A Long Way From Home
  2. Like Herod
  3. Katrien
  4. Radar Maker
  5. Tracy
  6. Summer (Priority Version)
  7. With Portfolio
  8. R U Still In 2 It
  9. A Cheery Wave From Stranded Youngsters
  10. Mogwai Fear Satan


Mogwai Young Team (2023 remaster)

Chemikal Underground
  • cd

    Released: 10th Feb 2023


Mogwai’s groundbreaking debut album, originally released in October 1997.

The original recording engineer for the album, Paul Savage, whose production credits include Franz Ferdinand and The Twilight Sad, has remastered the album for this special reissue. Recorded in what was soon to become Chemikal Underground’s own Chem19 studios by label owner and The Delgados’ drummer Paul Savage (for the princely sum of £1.5000), the sessions were, by the band’s own admission, ‘turbulent, disorganised and hastily mixed’.