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Lewis – Romantic Times preview + pre-order
"IT SOUNDS THE SAME WITH THE SYNTH FLOWING OVER TOP OF HIS INCOHERENT VOICE. BRILLIANT!"
Thanks to Hipinion for somehow brokering the liberation of this painfully short (alleged) preview of Lewis' unheard, only recently discovered second album, Romantic Times, released just two…
Lewis – L’Amour re-issue
"Perhaps you know Lewis. Perhaps Lewis is you"The heroes at Light In The Attic come through yet again, this time with the re-issue of L'Amour, a little-known 1983 private press obscurity from a long-lost enigma named Lewis. L'amour, a record that we were first made aware of a couple years …
Digable Planets – Blowout Comb vinyl reissue
Brace yourself for our second gushing Light in the Attic post of the week: the label has announced the first vinyl reissue of our favorite hip-hop record ever, Digable Planets' still somewhat under-appreciated, ahead-of-its-time 1994 classic, Blowout Comb...
Honey Ltd. – “Silk and Honey”
The world's greatest reissue label continues to unearth unreal lost gems, this time in the form of the first ever reissue of the amazing complete recordings from Lee Hazlewood's '60s girl group, Detroit's Honey Ltd., remastered from the original mono tapes...
Dreamin’ Wild
The newly mastered reissued version of Donnie & Joe Emerson's lost 1979 classic LP Dreamin' Wild -- a record that was once about as obscure as things like this can get these days, at least until blogs like Soul Sides caught on, and then Ariel Pink officially blew up their spot -- i…
it’s so hard to tell who’s going to love you the best
Light in the Attic Records continues their flawless '09 reissue game (see the Monks, Serge Gainsbourg, Rodriguez) with the 180g vinyl-only reissue of the late Karen Dalton's 1969 Capitol Records debut, It's So Hard To Tell Who's Going To Love You The Best...
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