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Hawkwind - The GWR Records Years 1988-1991

Hawkwind – The GWR Records Years: 1988-1991

Published on 2nd April 2017 | by Mel Allen

Esoteric Records continue their reissue of Hawkwind’s albums, grouped together in box sets with the other releases on the original labels. On this occasion we have the albums released on the GWR Records label between 1988... Read More

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Eclection - Eclection

Eclection – Eclection

Published on 24th February 2017 | by John Wenlock-Smith

This album is a real throwback to the late 1960s. Eclection made their first public appearance supporting Tom Paxton at the Royal Festival Hall in 1967. Their debut album was originally released on the Elektra Records... Read More

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Steamhammer - Mountains

Steamhammer – Mountains

Published on 5th February 2017 | by John Wenlock-Smith

This is another of Esoteric’s marvellous revisitations of a lost classic album, which they seem to be finding and reissuing on a regular basis nowadays. In my opinion, this is not a bad thing, especially when... Read More

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Vangelis - Delectus

Vangelis – Delectus

Published on 1st February 2017 | by John Wenlock-Smith

Vangelis should be no stranger to you, dear readers, as he has been responsible for some of the major milestones in the history of making electronic music accessible to the masses and he has a clutch... Read More

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Magma - Köhnzert Zünd

Magma – Köhnzert Zünd

Published on 6th January 2017 | by Basil Francis

Say the phrase ‘box set’ and you’ll immediately grab anybody’s interest. It may be a brightly coloured flimsy bit of cardboard clasping your CDs or DVDs together, but somehow in the eye of the beholder, that... Read More

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Brand X – Nuclear Burn

Published on 15th December 2016 | by Basil Francis

I’m a grumpy sod sometimes and when I’m trying to concentrate I absolutely cannot stand the relentless banter that my colleagues have about house prices, dietary righteousness, gym habits; basically anything that isn’t work. Because there’s... Read More

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