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    Neil Young - CD

    21 New from  £5.44  Free delivery

    Available  used  from  £5.55

     Really great experimental Young album


    This album is ace. It's Neil experimenting in the 80s with new technology, synthesizers and so it. It's nothing like his other work, and some people resented it for being so different to his classic folk rock sound, but it's fantastic. Check it out!

  2.  An absolute classic


    I absolutely love this album. It's not highly regarded in Young's back catalog with the critics for some reason but I love it. It's experimental for him and has a great gunge rock sound throughout. I highly recommend it.

  3.  Fantastic


    I bought this as a Christmas gift for my girlfriend who is mad about coffee. It's a great item! Good size and good quality.

    The cup and lid are made out of hard plastic. The top has a coin slot and pops off nicely to get to the money inside.

    Highly recommended!

  4.  Excellent


    Great calendar. Very funny and charming drawings for each month. Looks great on my office wall :)

  5.  Excellent collection


    two of the best albums of the 90's at a great price. should be in everyone's collection.

  6.  The definative Suede collection


    This is absolute gold from start to finish. It contains a definative best of that spans singles, album tracks and bsides and really gives a genuine overview of the talent and depth of Suede. Much better than the Singles collection which doesn't really scratch the surface of a band. Many of Suede's best songs weren't commerical enough to be singles, so this is the real deal and a real goldmine. Get it now!

  7.  Nice cover


    Nice cover of the Patti Smith song from the 70's. Released to promote Mozza's live album Live at Earls Court.

  8. Swords


    Morrissey - CD

    24 New from  £5.50  Free delivery

    Available  used  from  £9.65

     Great collection of recent bsides


    This is a collection of bsides from Moz's last 3 albums, plus a cover of Bowie's Drive In Saturday. Although his bsides arent as strong as in his early career they are still really good and its nice to see some of the unreleased stuff coming to the forefront.

  9.  Full of classics


    This is an absolute belter, with a great hit ratio of some of Mozza's most catchy songs, such as Glamourous Glue, Certain People I Know, We Hate It When Our Friends Become Successful & You're The One For Me Fatty.

    This is one of Mozza's most poppy album and a great introduction to new fans, however, I never felt this album had as much depth as other albums like Viva Hate and Vauxhall & I,

  10.  Great live best of


    This is essentially a live best of collection of Mozza's early work, from albums such as Viva Hate and Your Arsenal. Well worth a listen.