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Two rather rare Cornershop 7" singles: "Roll Off Characteristics (Of History in the Making)" taken from the album 'Judy Sucks a Lemon for Breakfast', B side artwork of turbaned superman etched by New York's Jeffrey Lewis. Topknot/Natch the first two songs recorded with Bubbley Kaur, later released on the 'Cornershop & the Double O'...
Christmas comes but once a year which is why we've given you 2 festive tracks in 1 single. Christmas is such a corporate affair, which is why we're giving you two heavy weight down to earth independent tracks.
More stock via channel tunnel - Beat Mark Vinyl LP: an album that highlights what English music has long since lost: ‘Sexy & dirty, melodic & gloriously messy at the same time’ Les Inrocks'Joyous, undimmed, it's hard not to be charmed' UNCUT magzine‘Saturated garage guitar pop, lo-fi psychedelism sung in English…it’s simple,...
The A. side is the classic track from Judy Sucks a Lemon for Breakfast: 'In 1974, in his State address to Congress, Gurkhal Surjan, Patwallia Dist., stated that the world will be tested by Texas Instruments, and English diction'. Musically it's different, from the trombone/sitar get-go, right down to its funk outro, with country piano added for good...
New Cornershop longplayer, the Urban Turban album: 'Cornershop are here to crank the sun to 11 & the smiles to infinity..effortless joy in every groove here.' 4/5 Timeout Spin 8/10 Pitchfork 7/10 The Sun 4/5 Sunday Express 5/5