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  1.  A definitive look into Ian Curtiss soul


    Ian Curtis a man, husband and genius of possibly one of the most important musically movements since the swinging 60s...a post punk band, dark, clever and unfortunately tragically cut short in the process of becoming a major player on both sides of the Atlantic due to the suicide of the visionary, charismatic and legendry lead singer Ian Curtis. Their music has inspired bands such as the Killers, Editors and many countless other modern indie outfits across the globe...this box set is their journey, it's his journey and now the journey of anyone else who has the pleasure of stumbling into their work...Ian Curtis maybe dead but his music still lives.

  2.  Gripping...


    The return of The National should be greeted with great relief and excitement. Its been a stale few months. Maybe even a stale year but finally after waiting so long for something decent to come out The National - High Violet has moved above the mediocre and is firmly the album of the year to date and its looking like a bright summer with some eagerly anticipated albums on the verge of being released and the bench mark has now been set by High Violet and will take some beating.

  3.  A Fans Gem...


    Anyone who has come across dj shadow's work will know about his genius and undoubted talent, a true pioneer and a legend to many.
    I for one, not a massive hip hop fan i come across his awesomeness via his works with james levelle and their partnership as unkle.
    This is a great look into the early days of one of the most revered djs to grace the universe.
    The quality is awesome for such records and this is a must have item for any fan of the great man.

  4.  West Ryder Pauper Lunatic Asylum!!!


    A trumpet return...thick as thieves is like a modern day kinks waterloo sunset, west ryder silver bullet arrives like a sergio leone western...the boys certainly seem to have acquired abit ennio morricone wisdom in creating a spaghetti western feel...play that over the top of the good, the bad and the ugly and you'd think it was meant to be. Where did it all go wrong? Is a future kasabian classic. Underdog, vlad the impaler, fire all sure fire festival favorite...the doubters can no longer doubt epic stuff