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LOU REED & METALLICA - LULU

LOU REED & METALLICA - LULUMetallica blow away Lou Reed’s cobwebs. Great stuff...

THE BEACH BOYS - THE SMILE SESSIONS

THE BEACH BOYS - THE SMILE SESSIONSThe unfinished symphony, in five formats, with a wealth of extras...

RADIOHEAD - TKOL RMX 1234567

RADIOHEAD - TKOL RMX 1234567This year’s remodel: The King Of Limbs, remixed across two CDs...

TOM WAITS - BAD AS ME

TOM WAITS - BAD AS MEGrowling, whooping, yelping and crooning: a swaggering, multifarious tour-de-force...

FEIST - METALS

FEIST - METALSSingle-minded Canadian’s fearlessly original tour de force – a genuinely great leap forward...

NOEL GALLAGHER'S HIGH FLYING' BIRDS

NOEL GALLAGHER'S HIGH FLYING' BIRDSHigh-altitude birds; mid-tempo songs. So that’s Liam 1, Noel 0...

BJORK - BIOPHILIA

BJORK - BIOPHILIAApp-loaded mother of all concept albums from Icelandic myth-maker...

THE JESUS AND MARY CHAIN - REISSUES

THE JESUS AND MARY CHAIN - REISSUESAll six studio albums reissued, with many extras...

NIRVANA - NEVERMIND (REISSUE)

NIRVANA - NEVERMIND (REISSUE)The album that spray-painted the mainstream, now expanded to five discs...

WILCO - THE WHOLE LOVE

WILCO - THE WHOLE LOVESelf-released, and self-assured. Tweedy and co’s redemptive return.

THE JAYHAWKS - MOCKINGBIRD TIME

THE JAYHAWKS - MOCKINGBIRD TIMEMelancholy reunion for alt.country pioneers...

THE SMITHS - COMPLETE

THE SMITHS - COMPLETEYou've got everything now. The albums and more, remastered.

LAURA MARLING - A CREATURE I DON'T KNOW

LAURA MARLING - A CREATURE I DON'T KNOWA prodigious talent finds new intensity on her third album

JIMI HENDRIX EXPERIENCE - WINTERLAND

JIMI HENDRIX EXPERIENCE - WINTERLANDThree San Franciscan nights with Jimi in October ’68

LINDSEY BUCKINGHAM: SEEDS WE SOW

LINDSEY BUCKINGHAM: SEEDS WE SOWThe Mac maverick goes his own way, again. Lush and reflective...

THROWING MUSES - ANTHOLOGY

THROWING MUSES - ANTHOLOGYTwenty-one track monument to the Muses, with bonus disc of b-sides...

GENE CLARK: TWO SIDES TO EVERY STORY

GENE CLARK: TWO SIDES TO EVERY STORYAt last: the fallen Byrd’s flawed classic, remastered...

STEPHEN MALKMUS & THE JICKS: MIRROR TRAFFIC

STEPHEN MALKMUS & THE JICKS: MIRROR TRAFFICThe cryptic professor of American indie leads his Jicks to a fifth...

SCREAMING TREES - LAST WORDS: THE FINAL RECORDINGS

SCREAMING TREES - LAST WORDS: THE FINAL RECORDINGSLate ’90s testament from grunge’s nearly men...

GRANDADDY - THE SOPHTWARE SLUMP 2000

GRANDADDY - THE SOPHTWARE SLUMP 2000Californians’ millennial angst, deluxed...

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Inside the new Uncut...


On the morning of July 29, 1966 Bob Dylan became distracted while out riding his Triumph motorbike. Writing about the incident later in Chronicles Volume 1, Dylan rather gnomically recalled, “I had been in a motorcycle accident and I’d been hurt, but I recovered.” Of course,...