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Sophomore studio album by hardcore- and metal supergroup Dead Cross that features key members of Faith No More, Slayer, Fantomas and The Locust

4999 kr

A universe of late-night London meet-ups, shuffling basslines and comedown disco tunes, all run through with a wry bleakness and sweet love of humanity

6499 kr

Deluxe version of Idles' fourth studio album is half-speed mastered and comes on double vinyl in a gatefold sleeve

5499 kr

Entering Heaven Alive is the fifth studio album from Jack White, founding member of The White Stripes, The Raconteurs, and The Dead Weather

7899 kr

Remastered with a new cut at Dubplates & Mastering and reissued in a heavyweight black vinyl double-LP edition of 1,500 copies

7599 kr

Soul Jazz Records' 'Deutsche Elektronische Musik 2' is their second voyage into the world of Krautrock and German electronic music from the 1970s and early 1980s.

4499 kr

At some point in the last decade, the world’s greatest living non-stop psychedelic rock machine hit creative overdrive. King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard Audiophile edition

5899 kr

Rae the sophomore album by Ashe (Ashlyn Rae Willson) and features legendary actress Diane Keaton

6099 kr

Under the Midnight Sun is the Cult's first album in six years. Produced by Tom Dalgety (Ghost, Pixies)

4899 kr

The Never EP was created and produced by Justin K Broadrick (Godflesh, Techno Animal etc.) at Avalanche in the U.K. 2009-2020

4499 kr6599 kr

For Record Store Day 2022, this limited marbled blue vinyl edition of the 1992 sequel to 1973’s groundbreaking Tubular Bells

4599 kr

Talk Talk's sophomore album, features their only top 40 hit in the US and reached #13 in the UK

5999 kr

Dixie-Narco is an extended play (EP) by Scottish rock band Primal Scream, features "Movin' On Up"

5399 kr

The Mercury award winning brit pop classic on 180 gram vinyl via Demon Recordings. Suede are one of the leading figures of brip pop

4999 kr

The highly influential debut album by Television, an album that reintroduced guitars, punk and garage-rock to the mainstream