Supergrass – Supergrass Is 10: The Best Of 1994-2004

Enjoyable survey of underrated Oxford trio's first decade

Electronic System – Disco Machine

Telex chap's 1977 Moog-driven disco mini album

Spring Reigns

Aussie duo's late-'80s work, plus rarities CDs

Marvin Gaye

Party-friendly assembly of Marvin's funkiest sides, and a repackaged edition of definitive four-disc box

Bark Psychosis

Diamond Dogs is often cited as the beginning of Bowie's cocaine psychosis period. In fact, it was recorded before he started giving Hitler salutes at railway stations and aggravating Eastern European customs officers with the books on Goebbels he carried in his rucksack, and now presents something of a field day for hindsight-lovers.

The Chi-Lites – The Complete Chi-Lites On Brunswick Vols 1 And 2

Definitive comp of Windy City vocal-group soulsters beloved of Tony Soprano

Various Artists – Space Lines: Sonic Sounds For Subterraneans

Twenty-four songs which inspired the stoned psychedelic meanderings of Spacemen 3

5th Dimension – The Ultimate 5th Dimension

Sadly neglected, once massive, psychedelic soul pioneers

Various Artists – Midwest Funk

James Brown-inspired fare from Ohio to Oklahoma
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