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  1. Wayward Navigation
    by Fatalists
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    Hot Tub Hot Tub
  2. "Pink/Blue : The Remains Of Walter Peck" Double EP
    by Outblinker
  3. magic isn't real
    by Pile
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    pets pets
    Pile make exceptionally good music and this record is another fine example. Just like it's follow up, 'Dripping', the 90's indie rock vibe is strong here and is well worth checking out if you're into that sort of thing. Finally got round to purchasing the vinyl and very much looking forward to giving it multiple spins.
    I've chosen 'Pets' as my favourite track as it grabbed me instantly upon my first listen, but the truth is they're all great!
  4. dripping
    by Pile
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    Baby Boy Baby Boy
    Can't pick a favourite track from this record, they're all incredible and this album as a whole represents pretty much everything I love about guitar-driven rock music. That said, the solo in Prom Song is a particular high point!

    Great band!
  5. The Rightful Pivot
    by Enablers
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    Look Look
    This album is amazing and 'Look' is one the most beautiful songs I've ever had the privilege of hearing. Delighted to have the vinyl in my collection and very much hope they play Scotland sometime soon so I can witness the live experience!
  6. Dance Of The Headless Bourgeoisie
    by Nomeansno
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    Life-Like Life-Like
    NoMeansNo are quite possibly my favourite punk rock band and it's truly criminal their music isn't more widely known. This along with 'The Worldhood of The World (As Such)' are probably my favourite post-Andy Kerr records and show the band still had plenty of truly inspiring music left in them. Just wish it was still available on vinyl!
    Still gutted they've called it a day, but it's understandable after a 3 decade-long DIY punk rock career. Enjoy your retirement and cheers!!
  7. Three Men and a Baby
    by Mike & The Melvins
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    Chicken 'n' Dump Chicken 'n' Dump
  8. Rhombus Now
    by Body Hound
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    Vector Approaching Vector Approaching
  9. Plagued/Heartless
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    Heartless Heartless
  10. Combat
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    Life Of A Stupid Man Life Of A Stupid Man
  11. BRITN3Y
    by BRITNEY
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    Boss Moggy Boss Moggy
    Does exactly what it says on the tin. Beyond heavy metal, utterly insane and ridiculously entertaining. Go see them live!


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