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I Could Love You
Cat: SBESTS 54. Rel: 31 Jan 08
Rock (All)
  1. I Could Love You
  2. Middle Of Nowhere
Review: Alice & The Majesty is a new band fronted by bohemian London songstress Alice McLaughlin, featuring members of UK new folk stalwarts
Clayhill and trip hop/breakbeat legends Red Snapper. Alice's second single 'I Could Love You' is a bittersweet, stripped down love song
that parallels any Joni Mitchell or Kate Bush classic. Produced by the renowned Dan Grech-Margeurat and out now on Sunday Best.
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out of stock $2.17
Where Does Your Mind Go?
Cat: SBEST 97. Rel: 12 May 11
Electro House
  1. Where Does Your Mind Go? (original)
  2. Where Does Your Mind Go? (Doorly remix)
  3. Where Does Your Mind Go? (Nu:Tone remix)
  4. Where Does Your Mind Go? (Darkstarr Diskotek dub)
  5. Where Does Your Mind Go? (JFB remix)
Review: Putting aside all the grandiose claims that surround Beardyman ("international online phenomenon" and "viral video architect" are just two that pop up should you choose to investigate) it's pretty bewildering that the sounds which form "Where Does Your Mind Go?" are made entirely from one mouth, four Kaoss pads, looping devices and a sampler! Demonstrating a willingness to veer away from the beat boxers template, this new track is more obviously placed in Michael Mann budget electro house circles with undertones of dubstep drama for good effect. The track's dancefloor intricacies are explored more fully on the swathe of remixes that follow from such luminaries as Doorly, Nu:Tone, Dark Starr and JFB.

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out of stock $7.61
Love Is Alive
Cat: SBEST 35. Rel: 02 Dec 06
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
  1. Love Is Alive (original version)
  2. Love Is Alive (The Freelance Hellraiser No Added Sugar remix)
  3. Love Is Alive (Bent's Leather Chap remix)
  4. Love Is Alive (Mr Whelk's Extended Poolside remix)
Review: The loveable Cuban rogues, Miguel, Archerio, Clemente and Kengo release their second 12" single taken from their "A-Z of the Cuban Brothers" compilation, and bring their inevitable world domination one step closer. The new single is a cover of the sex-drenched classic "Love is Alive", originally performed by the weaver of dreams himself, Gary Wright. With their debut single "A Million Stories" already considered a classic, this single is guaranteed to earn an equally special place in the heart of every Cuban lover, and is a massive favourite at every Cuban Brothers live show.
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out of stock $5.43
La Familia
Cat: SBESTCD 84. Rel: 21 Aug 18
Funk
  1. The Cuban Brothers - "I Hate Hate"
  2. Two Tons O' Fun - "Just Us"
  3. Bill Withers - "Use Me"
  4. Children Of Zeus - "I Can't Wait"
  5. A Tribe Called Quest - "Check The Rhime"
  6. RA The Rugged Man - "Definition Of A Rap Flow"
  7. Roy Ayers - "Poo Poo La La"
  8. Herbie Hancock - "I Thought It Was You"
  9. Toto - "Waiting For Your Love"
  10. Omar - "I Want It To Be"
  11. Shalamar - "Take That To The Bank"
  12. Teddy Pendergrass - "Get Up, Get Down, Get Funky, Get Loose"
  13. The Incredible Bongo Band - "Apache"
  14. The Mighty Ryeders - "Evil Vibrations"
  15. D'Angelo - "Sugah Daddy"
  16. The Mad Lads - "No Strings Attached"
  17. The Emotions - "Blind Alley"
  18. Erykah Badu - "Next Lifetime"
Review:  The Cuban Brothers drop some heat of their own with this surprising compilation that blurs the lines between original music and DJ composition. La Familia does have some odd their sounds on it, namely the opening "I Hate Hate", a funky-ass pop tune that kicks this thing off on the right foot, but the majority of it is made from the very artists who launched funk and pop onto the world stage. Inside, you'll fid some absolute classics from legends like Herbie Hancock, Teddy Pendergrass, A Tribe Called Quest, D'Angelo, and many more hot shots.
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out of stock $11.69
La Familia
La Familia (limited gatefold 2xLP + booklet + MP3 download code)
Cat: SBESTLP 84. Rel: 21 Aug 18
Funk
  1. The Cuban Brothers - "I Hate Hate" (3:58)
  2. Two Tons O' Fun - "Just Us" (4:37)
  3. Bill Withers - "Use Me" (3:37)
  4. Children Of Zeus - "I Can't Wait" (3:18)
  5. A Tribe Called Quest - "Check The Rhime" (3:40)
  6. RA The Rugged Man - "Definition Of A Rap Flow" (3:33)
  7. Roy Ayers - "Poo Poo La La" (4:16)
  8. Herbie Hancock - "I Thought It Was You" (3:40)
  9. Toto - "Waiting For Your Love" (4:10)
  10. Omar - "I Want It To Be" (3:48)
  11. Shalamar - "Take That To The Bank" (3:24)
  12. Teddy Pendergrass - "Get Up, Get Down, Get Funky, Get Loose" (5:19)
  13. The Incredible Bongo Band - "Apache" (4:52)
  14. The Mighty Ryeders - "Evil Vibrations" (3:45)
  15. D'Angelo - "Sugah Daddy" (5:04)
  16. The Mad Lads - "No Strings Attached" (2:30)
  17. The Emotions - "Blind Alley" (3:01)
  18. Erykah Badu - "Next Lifetime" (4:01)
Review: The Cuban Brothers drop some heat of their own with this surprising compilation that blurs the lines between original music and DJ composition. La Familia does have some odd their sounds on it, namely the opening "I Hate Hate", a funky-ass pop tune that kicks this thing off on the right foot, but the majority of it is made from the very artists who launched funk and pop onto the world stage. Inside, you'll fid some absolute classics from legends like Herbie Hancock, Teddy Pendergrass, A Tribe Called Quest, D'Angelo, and many more hot shots.
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 in stock $19.84
Sick Tonight
Cat: SBEST 83. Rel: 27 May 10
Dirty Dubstep/Trap/Grime
  1. Sick Tonight (Doctor P remix)
  2. Sick Tonight
  3. Great Britain (Mumdance remix)
  4. Great Britain
Review: This unlikely duo have matured nicely since the instant attention brought by their first single "Thou Shalt Always Kill," and this EP is a fine showcase of their evolving sound. Spoken word don Scroobious lays down his flow nicely over "Sick Tonight’s" fast, D&B-tempo beats, while "Great Britain" has a more dirty electro feel, complete with some bubbly synth work. The remixes are just as strong, with Doctor P turning "Sick Tonight" into a heavy dubstep stomper, Mumdance working his grimey magic on a slowed-down "Great Britain" and Sampha turning "Sick Tonight" into a woozy and dreamy hip-hop soundscape.
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Rapture
Rapture (7")
Cat: SBESTS 44. Rel: 13 Apr 07
Funky/Club House
  1. Rapture (feat Terry Hall)
  2. You'll Never Find (feat Rodney P)
Review: The Dub Pistol's 'Rapture' on Sunday Best has already garnered incredible specialist support across national radio, from Pete Tong, Annie Nightingale and Eddy Temple-Morris to Phill Jupitus, and has been playlisted in key regional stations. Dub Pistols have the front cover of DJ and Future Music, a three page feature in IDJ and outstanding single reviews across the board in February / March press. Rapture's remixes are receiving great club support from prominent DJs such as Adam Freeland, David Vendetta, Groove Armada, Digitalism and David Ramirez.
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The Return Of The Pistoleros
Cat: SBESTCD 69. Rel: 27 May 15
Dancehall/Ragga
  1. Pistoleros (feat Seanie Tee)
  2. Real Gangster (feat Seanie Tee & Neville Staple)
  3. Roll & Come In (feat Earl 16)
  4. Sticky Situation (feat Seanie Tee & Chezidek)
  5. Ride With It
  6. Fit Girl
  7. Killa Sound
  8. This Anthem (feat Seanie Tee)
  9. Turn Up (feat Serocee)
  10. Our Life (feat Lindy Layton, TK Lawerence & Earl 16)
Review: By now, we should all know what Barry Ashworth's Dub Pistols band is about. Firm festival favourites almost 20 years after their formation, they gleefully blend dub, ska, jungle, hip-hop, D&B and what would once have been called 'big beat'. It's the sound of cider-and-ganja fuelled afternoons at festivals, dancing like a maniac to Ashworth and crew's party-starting grooves. The Return of The Pistoleros, their first album since 2012, captures this perfectly, with the band's core members being joined by guests including Lindy Layton (yes, she of Beats International fame), Earl 16, and Specials founder member Neville Staple. Open a can of Natch, light up something medicinal and crack on.
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out of stock $8.43
Rapture
Rapture (12")
Cat: SBEST 44. Rel: 29 Mar 07
Funky/Club House
  1. Rapture (original extended version)
  2. Rapture (Richard Dinsdale Neo Geo remix)
  3. Rapture (Prins Thomas diskomiks)
  4. Rapture (Dub Pistols Stevie Nicks Dirty Tricks mix)
Review: The Dub Pistol's 'Rapture' on Sunday Best has already garnered incredible specialist support across national radio, from Pete Tong, Annie Nightingale and Eddy Temple-Morris to Phill Jupitus, and has been playlisted in key regional stations. Dub Pistols have the front cover of DJ and Future Music, a three page feature in IDJ and outstanding single reviews across the board in February / March press. Rapture's remixes are receiving great club support from prominent DJs such as Adam Freeland, David Vendetta, Groove Armada, Digitalism and David Ramirez.
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Speakers & Tweeters
Cat: SBESTCD 16. Rel: 05 Apr 07
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Speed Of Light (feat Blade)
  2. Peaches (feat Rodney P & Terry Hall)
  3. Speakers & Tweeters
  4. Running From The Thoughts (feat Terry Hall)
  5. Rapture (feat Terry Hall)
  6. Cruise Control
  7. Open
  8. You'll Never Find (feat Rodney P)
  9. Gangsters (feat Terry Hall)
  10. Something To Trust (feat Rodney P)
  11. Mach 10
  12. Stronger
  13. Gave You Time
Review: The new Dub Pistols album, "Speakers And Tweeters", features collaborations with the legendary Specials main man, Terry Hall, UK hip-hop tastemaker Rodney P and New York rapper TK Lawrence.
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out of stock $13.03
B-Sides Remixes & Rarities
Cat: SBESTCD 15. Rel: 27 Apr 07
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Your Rules Obey
  2. Sixty Seven Up
  3. Leaves
  4. Rabbit Facts
  5. Strange Magnificent Noise
  6. Lay Me Down
  7. Criminal
  8. Playing In The Distance (The Glimmers' Glimmmix)
  9. Rub Your Potion
  10. Talk Amongst Yourselves (Sasha remix)
Review: "B-sides, Remixes & Rarities" kicks off with "Your Rules Obey" and "Sixty Seven Up", a couple of melancholy tracks where shimmering guitars provide the backdrop for Rudd's laid back vocals. The album moves into more retro territory, belying the pair's time spent on the west coast of America, with the likes of "Leaves" and "Rabbit Facts". This album highlights the array of influences that go into a Grand National record.
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out of stock $10.87
Good Times: Skank & Boogie
Norman JAY/VARIOUS
Cat: SBESTCD 71. Rel: 06 Oct 15
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. St Germain - "The Pink Panther Theme"
  2. Slim Smith - "Everybody Needs Love"
  3. Michael McDonald - "Living For The City"
  4. D Influence - "Good Lover"
  5. Paul Johnson - "Better Than This" (Dego & Kaidi 2000 Black mix)
  6. The Chi Lites - "I Keep Comin' Back To You"
  7. The Real Thing - "Love Takes Tears"
  8. Deodato - "Never Knew Love"
  9. Delroy Wilson - "Better Must Come"
  10. Laurel Aitken & The Gruvy Beats - "Kent People"
  11. The Crystalites - "Splash Down"
  12. Stone City Band - "Little Runaway" (feat Rick James)
  13. The Fantastic Four - "I Got To Have Your Love"
  14. Chanson - "Don't Hold Back"
Review: It's been some four years since Norman Jay MBE's last Good Times compilation. Here he makes a welcome return with Skank & Boogie, a typically summer and soulful selection that typically joins the dots between reggae, jazz, boogie, '80s soul, disco and more besides. Opening with Saint Germain's obscure - but rather fine - reggae-jazz cover of the "Pink Panther Theme", the legendary DJ digs deep to present a near non-stop stream of groovy gems. Highlights naturally come thick and fast, with The Real Thing's smooth, UK take on Philly Soul, "Love Takes Tears", Laurel Aitken & The Gruvy Beats' undulating reggae shuffler "Kent People", and Chanson's soulful boogie anthem "Don't Hold Back" standing out.
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out of stock $9.51
Good Times: Skank & Boogie
Norman JAY/VARIOUS
Good Times: Skank & Boogie (heavyweight vinyl 2xLP + poster MP3 download code)
Cat: SBESTLP 71. Rel: 25 Nov 15
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. St Germain - "Pink Panther Theme" (3:55)
  2. Slim Smith - "Everybody Needs Love" (2:19)
  3. Michael McDonald - "Living For The City" (5:00)
  4. D-Influence - "Good Lover" (3:43)
  5. Paul Johnson - "Better Than This" (Dego & Kaidi 2000 Black mix) (4:22)
  6. The Chi-Lites - "I Keep Comin' Back To You" (4:04)
  7. The Real Thing - "Love Takes Tears" (3:32)
  8. Deodato - "Never Knew Love" (5:41)
  9. Delroy Wilson - "Better Must Come" (2:47)
  10. Laurel Aitken & The Gruvy Beats - "Kent People" (2:50)
  11. The Crystalites - "Splash Down" (original mono recording) (2:56)
  12. Stone City Band - "Little Runway" (feat Rick James) (9:34)
  13. The Fantastic Four - "I Got To Have Your Love" (5:10)
  14. Chanson - "Don't Hold Back" (4:25)
  15. Baby Washington - "Think About The Good Times" (vinyl only bonus track) (2:43)
Review: Rob Da Bank always knows best. His Sunday Best imprint now brings us Good Times: Skank & Boogie, compiled by the one and only Norman Jay. This is in its 12th edition so you can certainly trust the DJ on this one. Starting out with a cover of the classic Pink Panther theme by Henri Mancini by St. Germain, it also features another brilliant cover of Steve Wonder's "Living For The City" by Michael McDonald (Doobie Bros./Steely Dan) but there's some super fine boogie in the form of Paul Johnson's "Better Than This (Dego & Kaidi 2000 Black mix)". There's classics too; the timeless wonder of Deodato's "Never Knew Love" from 1984 and Stone City Band's 1980 hit "Little Runway" featuring Rick James. All killer, no filler on this one, thank you Sir Norman!
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out of stock $23.10
Mister Good Times
Norman JAY/VARIOUS
Mister Good Times (unmixed CD)
Cat: SBESTCD 79. Rel: 25 Aug 17
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Vicki Sue Robinson - "Daylight"
  2. James Brown - "Funky President (People It's Bad)"
  3. The Main Ingredient - "Instant Love"
  4. Organized Konfusion - "Open Your Eyes"
  5. Esther Phillips - "Our Day Will Come"
  6. Loleatta Holloway - "Short End Of The Stick"
  7. The Whispers - "Homemade Lovin'"
  8. Shalamar - "Right Here"
  9. Barry White - "I Only Want To Be With You"
  10. The Peddlers - "Lost Continent"
  11. Rune Gustafsson - "California Soul"
  12. Georgie Fame - "Sweet Thing"
  13. Vehicle - "Ides Of March"
  14. Young Disciples - "Get Yourself Together"
  15. Eddie Kendricks - "On My Way Home"
  16. E3 - "Do What You Gotta Do"
  17. Slim Smith & The Uniques - "Build My World Around You"
  18. Aretha Franklin - "I'm Every Woman"
Review: Famously, Norman Jay MBE's Good Times Sound System has been providing the essential party soundtrack at Notting Hill Carnival for as long as anyone can remember. As the years have rolled by, the legendary selector's annual tie-in compilation has become almost as essential. This year's version, Mister Saturday Night, boasts Jay's usual blend of goodtime grooves, well-known anthems and forgotten favourites, with an emphasis on funk, soul, disco, reggae, hip-hop, boogie and break-driven funk-rock. The veteran DJ gets extra marks for including Aretha Franklin's lesser-celebrated version of "I'm Every Woman", Young Disciples' killer acid jazz era jam "Get Yourself Together" and Esther Philips' impeccable "Our Day Will Come".
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out of stock $11.95
Modern Love
Modern Love (12" promo)
Cat: SBEST 38. Rel: 01 Jan 90
Electro House
  1. Modern Love (Mark Moore & Kindly Roland Vox mix)
  2. Modern Love (Mark Moore & Kindly Roland dub mix)
  3. I'm In Love With A German Film Star (Simon Saunders remix)
Review: Kish Mauve return with "Modern Love" a shimmering serving of jagged electro cool with a velveteen pop noir finish. 4 piece band fronted by great leading lady Mima and produced by Jim Eliot. The band is brilliant on record and live at a gig. XFM Music Response show already supporting the record & the head of music at XFM loves it. The 7" is the 2nd in the highly collectable 'A Sunday Best Seven' series. The B-side is their own strutting interpretation of The Passions' classic "I'm In Love With A German Film Star". On the 12", Mark Moore (S'Express) is a big fan of the band and personally requested to remix the single. "A tantalising knack for pop hooks and potential hit singles" Sunday Times.
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out of stock $5.43
Modern Love
Cat: SBESTS 38. Rel: 07 Sep 06
Electro House
  1. Modern Love
  2. I'm In Love With A German Film Star
Review: Kish Mauve return with "Modern Love" a shimmering serving of jagged electro cool with a velveteen pop noir finish. This 12" version features two mixes from Ultra Vinyl's Mark Moore & Kinky Roland who provide two club friendly takes, a vocal and dub along with their own strutting interpretation of The Passions' classic "I'm In Love With A German Film Star".
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out of stock $2.17
Modern Love
Cat: SBEST 38. Rel: 07 Sep 06
Electro House
  1. Modern Love (Mark Moore & Kinky Roland vox mix)
  2. Modern Love (Mark Moore & Kinky Roland dub mix)
  3. I'm In Love With A German Film Star (Simon Saunders remix)
Review: Kish Mauve return with "Modern Love" a shimmering serving of jagged electro cool with a velveteen pop noir finish. This 12" version features two mixes from Ultra Vinyl's Mark Moore & Kinky Roland who provide two club friendly takes, a vocal and dub along with their own strutting interpretation of The Passions' classic "I'm In Love With A German Film Star".
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out of stock $5.43
Together In Electric Dreams
  1. Kish Mauve - "Together In Electric Dreams"
  2. Le Vicarious Bliss Pop Experience - "Together In Electric Dreams" (feat Headbangirl)
  3. Daisy Daisy - "Together In Electric Dreams"
  4. Subway - "Together In Electric Dreams"
  5. Lali Puna - "Together In Electric Dreams"
Review: In 1984 "Together In Electric Dreams", written by Phil Oakley of the Human League and legendary, pioneering electronic producer, Giorgio Moroder, reached #3 in the UK charts. In 2007 a selection of quality artists that have helped to shape Sunday Best came together to a release a special EP paying homage to the feel-good anthem. This dynamite release is not to be missed.
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out of stock $5.97
The Third
The Third (heavyweight vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: SBESTLP 64. Rel: 20 Jan 15
Rock
  1. Whenever You See Me (3:54)
  2. Baby Bye Bye (5:09)
  3. Felling Of Wonder (feat Mick Jones) (2:53)
  4. No Action (4:13)
  5. Good Looking Woman (3:08)
  6. Turkish Delight (2:46)
  7. It Ain't Your Business (2:25)
  8. Ain't Always Better Your Way (2:50)
  9. Never Get Back (4:48)
  10. Bitchin' In The Kitchen (2:41)
  11. Whiskey (3:37)
  12. Developer's Disease (2:22)
  13. I Should Have Known (3:18)
Review: Three years on from their last album Smoking Heaven, this latest from the North London ingenues sees them taking their rootsy and vibrant art and refining it in ways hitherto unexpected, yet all the while maintaining a rare atmosphere part mid-twentieth century sass and part timeless cinematic glamour. Setting up shop in a derelict Indian restaurant in Camden Town with the production and arrangement help of former Clash legend Mick Jones, the band struck on a diverse and irresistible collection of songs that veer between jump-blues, soul and disco without sacrificing a dash of their unmistakable spirit.
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out of stock $20.39
Mean Son Of A Gun
Mean Son Of A Gun (CD single)
Cat: SBESTC 36. Rel: 07 Sep 06
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Mean Son Of A Gun
  2. Ooo Wee
  3. Ride
Review: Kitty, Daisy and Lewis are three siblings, 12, 17 and 15 respectively playing 40s and 50s rockabilly and swing, country and western and Hawaiian. Multi-instrumentalists and very talented. Changing in between them guitar, piano, banjo, lapsteel guitar, harmonica, double bass, ukulele, trombone and accordion on stage sometimes in the middle of a song!
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out of stock $3.26
Mean Son Of A Gun
Mean Son Of A Gun (10" plays at 78 RPM)
Cat: SBESTT 36. Rel: 08 Sep 06
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Mean Son Of A Gun (plays at 78 RPM)
  2. Ooo Wee (plays at 78 RPM)
Review: Kitty, Daisy and Lewis are three siblings, 12, 17 and 15 respectively playing 40s and 50s rockabilly and swing, country and western and Hawaiian. Multi-instrumentalists and very talented. Changing in between them guitar, piano, banjo, lapsteel guitar, harmonica, double bass, ukulele, trombone and accordion on stage sometimes in the middle of a song!
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out of stock $5.43
The Big Dream
Cat: SBESTCD 61. Rel: 11 Jul 13
Rock
  1. The Big Dream
  2. Star Dream Girl
  3. Last Call
  4. Cold Wind Blowin'
  5. The Ballad Of Hollis Brown
  6. Wishin' Well
  7. Say It
  8. We Rolled Together
  9. Sun Can't Be Seen No More
  10. I Want You
  11. The Line It Curves
  12. Are You Sure
Review: Despite being best known as a director of some of Hollywood's darkest and oddest films (not to mention the landmark TV weird-out Twin Peaks), David Lynch has long been an aspiring music. His albums to date have largely been well received, though he's yet to produce anything utterly stunning. The Big Dream isn't that, but it is very good. Musically, it's intriguing, fusing Lynch's cracked, fragile vocals and bluesy guitars with fuzzy electronic production, strange effects and intoxicating noises. It is, then, typically maudlin, offering a paranoid, late night trip through America's seedy underbelly. At its best, as on the title track or woozy "Cold Wind Blowin", it's very impressive indeed.
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out of stock $14.40
Pinky's Dream (remixes)
Cat: SBEST 104. Rel: 20 Aug 12
Indie
  1. Pinky's Dream (Trentemoller remix)
  2. Pinky's Dream (Visionquest Velvet Curtain remix)
Review: The opening track from Lynch's mesmerising 2011 album gets the remix treatment from two very well considered producers; both of which have really highlighted the track's strengths in two vastly different ways. Trentemoller's up first and, as you'd expect, takes us head first into a swampy, rocky psychedelic groove that fuzzes and flickers with 50 shades of distortion and funk. Troxler et al's Visionquest retain this textured hypnosis while taking things deeper again thanks to haunted echoed voice samples and a deep, throbbing two note bassline.
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 in stock $16.29
A To Z
Annie MAC/VARIOUS
A To Z (mixed 2xCD)
Cat: SBESTCD 14. Rel: 07 Sep 06
Electro House
  1. Roy Ayers - "Everybody Loves The Sunshine"
  2. Ashley Beedle presents The London Heavy Disco Revue - "The Balloon Room"
  3. High Contrast - "Racing Green"
  4. Johnny Dangerous - "King Of Clibs"
  5. Exit Music: Mark Ronson - "Just" (feat Alex Greenwald)
  6. The Futureheads - "Hounds Of Love" (Phone's Wolf At The Door remix)
  7. Goldfrapp - "Slide In" (DFA remix)
  8. Hot Chip - "& I Was A Boy From School"
  9. Cass & Mangan - "I Gotta Thang (Uh Huh)"
  10. Justice vs Simian - "We Are Your Friends" (Edison mix)
  11. The Knife - "Heartbeats" (Rex The Dog remix)
  12. Jamie Lidell - "Multiply"
  13. Metric - "Monster Hospital" (MSTRKRFT remix)
  14. Nu Shooz - "I Can't Wait"
  15. Orbital - "Belfast"
  16. Phoenix - "Lost & Found"
  17. Q-Tip - "Let's Ride"
  18. Royksopp - "What Else Is There ?" (Thin White Duke mix)
  19. The Similou - "All This Love"
  20. Womack & Womack - "Teardrops"
  21. Althea & Donna - "Uptown Top Rankin"
  22. Kris Menace - "Voyage" (12' original version)
  23. Till West - "Same Man" (extended vocal mix)
  24. X-Press 2 - "London Xpress"
  25. Young Ax - "Something Wonderful"
  26. Cut Copy - "ZZ"
Review: Radio 1 leading lady Annie Mac compiles her first double CD album for Sunday Best. Second in the Sunday Best A-Z series following The Cuban Brothers. Annie's Radio 1 show reaches millions, with many tuning in worldwide via the BBC/Radio 1 website. Annie is touring extensively with an 'Annie Mac presents...' regional tour in September.
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out of stock $13.03
Spaces
Spaces (CD)
Cat: SBESTCD 59. Rel: 20 Sep 13
Indie
  1. Antigalactic
  2. Exit Wound (feat Greg Puciato)
  3. Mind Drop
  4. The Edge
  5. The Way (feat Deidre Muro & Tyler Pope)
  6. Internal
  7. Once Again
  8. White Ropes (feat Drumcorps)
  9. Daria
  10. Come With Me
Review: Musicians are, of course, free to change tack during the course of their careers, but it's still a surprise to see Iggor Cavalera, once drummer with Brazil's biggest heavy metal band, Sepeltura, heading up a trio dedicated to Boysnoize-ish rock and electronica fusions. Cavalera's energetic drumming and party-hearty attitude provide the backbone for Spaces, Mixhell's first full length. It's a broadly entertaining collection of songs that fuse fuzzy, low-slung rhythms with bright-and-breezy synths and sequenced electronics. While the more indie-centric moments are decent, it's the album's more dancefloor-focused material that really rocks - "The Way", with its "I Feel Love" vibe, and the early Orbital-ish "Internal", are superb.
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out of stock $14.40
Mind If My Friend Joins In?
Cat: SBEST 45. Rel: 29 Mar 07
Funky/Club House
  1. Mind If My Friend Joins In? (extended club mix)
  2. Mind If My Friend Joins In? (radio mix)
  3. Mind If My Friend Joins In? (Dark & Dirty club mix)
  4. Mind If My Friend Joins In? (acappella samples)
Review: Simon released his first single "1000 Screaming Goldfish" digitally and it immediately became a hit with DJs across the world. Simon has held prestigious club residencies in the UK and Australia and has also guest deejayed on a number of radio stations.
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Happy
Happy (12")
Cat: SBEST 42. Rel: 09 Mar 07
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
  1. Happy (Ashley Beedle's Headhunter's Revenge vocal remix)
  2. Happy (original radio edit)
  3. Happy (Go Home productions remix)
  4. Happy (Mr Dan's version)
Review: Everyone loves ‘Happy’, so we at the Sunday Best label thought it was high time for a bit of a re-rub and boy what a great new package it is! New barn-stormingly good remixes by Ashley Beedle, Go Home Productions and Mr Dan spring some new life into this all-time classic. Plus the killer original is there in case you missed it first time round.
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out of stock $5.97
Celebrity
Celebrity (12")
Cat: SBEST 41. Rel: 08 Dec 06
Electro House
  1. Celebrity (original 12" version)
  2. Celebrity (Toy remix)
  3. Celebrity (Silicone Soul's Hypnohouse dub)
  4. Celebrity (Richie Phoe remix)
Review: Kicking off the a-side of his new single, Max's own 12" original mix of "Celebrity" is full of fat, booty-rocking synth bass and slick breakbeats. The Second mix comes from the Anglo-Norwegian producer duo, Toy, blending the Scandinavian space-disco sound with a 1979 sci-fi soundtrack style. Think "Numbers" by Kraftwerk meets Willy Wonka's Chocolate Factory! This mix is irresistible.
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Slowly
Slowly (12")
Cat: SBEST 34. Rel: 15 Jun 06
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Slowly (original version)
  2. Slowly (Hot Chip remix)
  3. Slowly (Metronomy remix)
  4. Slowly (The Naughty Dub)
Review: The man behind club smash 'Happy' and 'Devil Inside' returns with some radio-friendly feel good summer magic to precede his hotly-tipped debut album. Max Sedgley's debut single 'Happy' rocketed into the top 30 of the charts in summer 2004 and soundtracked ITV's coverage of Euro 2004. Follow up single 'Devil Inside' further cemented his credentials as a producer loved by DJs from all genres with big support from Ashley Beedle, Plump DJs, The Nextmen and others. New single 'Slowly' sprinkles sunshine in its wake to create a radio friendly vocal pop moment. Hot Chip, band of the moment, turn out a fantastically quirky rerub as does hot new in-demand producer Metronomy. DJ Naughty provides the dancefloor bizness with a brilliant dubbed out house version. 'Slowly' precedes the hotly anticipated debut album 'From The Roots To The Shoots'. Max and his band The Shoots are promoting the releases with a succession of live dates across the UK and Europe this summer.
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From The Roots To The Shoots
Cat: SBESTCD 11. Rel: 14 Jul 06
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Happy (Make You Happy)
  2. I've Been Waiting
  3. Celebrity
  4. Devil Inside
  5. Slowly
  6. You Can
  7. Set It Free
  8. DeJa Vu
  9. Two Way Thing
  10. Ego Spiritual
Review: The man behind club smash 'Happy', 'Devil Inside' and new single 'Slowly' unleashes his stunning debut album upon an eager world. Max Sedgley's debut single 'Happy' rocketed into the top 30 of the charts in summer 2004 and sound tracked ITV's coverage of Euro 2004. Follow up single 'Devil Inside' further cemented his credentials as a producer loved by DJs from all genres with big support from Ashley Beedle, Plump DJs, the Nextmen and Laurent Garnier and Single Of The Month status on 3 separate pages of the same issue of IDJ. New single 'Slowly' precedes this album weeks and sprinkles sunshine in its wake in the form of a radio friendly vocal pop magical moment, accompanied by great remixes by Hot Chip, Metronomy & DJ Naughty. From 'The Roots To The Shoots' features all these singles plus future classics in 'Celebrity' & 'I've Been Waiting' - a delight from start to finish (and then straight back to the start again).
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From The Roots To The Shoots
Cat: SBESTLP 11. Rel: 13 Jul 06
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Happy (Make You Happy)
  2. I've Been Waiting
  3. Celebrity
  4. Devil Inside
  5. Slowly (Misterlong remix)
  6. You Can
  7. Set It Free
  8. Two Way Thing
Review: The man behind club smash 'Happy', 'Devil Inside' and new single 'Slowly' unleashes his stunning debut album upon an eager world. Max Sedgley's debut single 'Happy' rocketed into the top 30 of the charts in summer 2004 and sound tracked ITV's coverage of Euro 2004. Follow up single 'Devil Inside' further cemented his credentials as a producer loved by DJs from all genres with big support from Ashley Beedle, Plump DJs, the Nextmen and Laurent Garnier and Single Of The Month status on 3 separate pages of the same issue of IDJ. New single 'Slowly' precedes this album weeks and sprinkles sunshine in its wake in the form of a radio friendly vocal pop magical moment, accompanied by great remixes by Hot Chip, Metronomy & DJ Naughty. From 'The Roots To The Shoots' features all these singles plus future classics in 'Celebrity' & 'I've Been Waiting' - a delight from start to finish (and then straight back to the start again).
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Separate From The Arc: The Andrew Weatherall Remixes
Cat: SBEST 186. Rel: 29 Jul 16
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Separate From The Arc (Andrew Weatherall mix 1) (4:46)
  2. Separate From The Arc (Andrew Weatherall mix 2) (5:48)
Review: Those who picked up Solar Bears' recent Advancement album on Sunday Best will recognize "Separate From The Arc"; the track offered a deliciously triumphant end to a set crammed full of glistening ambient and IDM treats. Here, the track gets handed over to veteran producer Andrew Weatherall, who delivers two distinctive touch-ups. His first version drowsily joins the dots between skittering dancefloor jazz, string-drenched movie soundtracks, and the duo's twinkling original. Arguably even more impressive is "Mix 2", where Lord Sabre indulges his long-held love of beatbox electro, fusing those swirling strings and grandiose atmospherics with the kind of body-snapping beats that were once a feature of his early Two Lone Swordsmen work with Keith Tenniswood.
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out of stock $11.41
Love 365
Love 365 (7")
Cat: SBESTS 39. Rel: 13 Oct 06
Rock (All)
  1. Love = 365
  2. Love = 365 (Deadly Avenger mix)
Review: Solid State Revival is Des Murphy - formerly of the hotly tipped band Delakota. His debut mini-album as SSR 'From The Bubble To The Box' was produced by producer du-jour Paul Epworth & came out on Sunday Best in 2005 to universal praise.
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out of stock $2.17
Less & Less
Cat: SBEST 43. Rel: 13 Jul 07
Rock (All)
  1. Less & Less
  2. Yo Yo Loveboats
Review: Sportsday Megaphone was discovered by Rob Da Bank and debuted on his Radio 1 show. His "Less & Less"’ digital-only EP caused such a stir in February that Sunday Best are releasing it on 7".
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Two Wooden Spoons
Cat: SBESTS 37. Rel: 27 Jul 06
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Two Wooden Spoons
  2. Come A Cropper
Review: A beautiful standout track from the acclaimed "Folk Off!" compilation. This single launches the new "Sunday Best Seven" collector's singles series. With the burgeoning folk scene in the UK, Rob da Bank and Sunday Best are leading the wave with their "Folk Off!" compilation - an excellent entry into the freshest sounds around. The compilation brings together the slightly left of centre "folk" artists from both sides of the Atlantic and displays a wealth of talent and some amazing new music. This is the Kit's "Two Wooden Spoons", a standout track from the album and deserved a release in its own right. This single kick starts the new highly collectable "A Sunday Best Seven" series.
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Folk Off
VARIOUS
Folk Off (mixed 2xCD)
Cat: SBESTCD 12. Rel: 14 Jul 06
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Tunng - "The Pioneers"
  2. North Sea Radio Orchestra - "Guitar Miniature"
  3. Acid Casuals - "Bowl Me Over"
  4. This Is The Kit - "Two Wooden Spoons"
  5. Vashti Bunyan - "Here Before"
  6. James Yorkston & Reporter - "Woozy with Cider"
  7. Songs Of Green Pheasant - "Nightfall (For Boris P)"
  8. Clayhill - "Beard"
  9. Eighteenth Day Of May - "Dawn"
  10. Deep Elerm - "Lost In The Woods"
  11. Jakokoyak - "Eira"
  12. Same Actor - "Nothing Yet"
  13. The Hat - "3AM: Drunken Lullaby"
  14. Magnetophone - "And May Your Last Word Be A Chance To Make Things Better"
  15. Listen with Sarah - "Blue Parsley"
  16. Micah P Hinson - "yard Of Blonde Girls"
  17. Marissa Nadler - "Famous Blue Raincoat"
  18. Vetiver - "Amour Fou"
  19. Richard Swift - "Sadsong St"
  20. Dr Dog - "The World Will Never Know"
  21. Espers - "Rosemary Lane"
  22. Au Revoir Simone - "Through The Backyards"
  23. Laura Cantrell - "Bees"
  24. Sufjan Stevens - "Decatur or A Round Of Applause For Your Step-Mother"
  25. Readymade FC - "Snow Lion" (feat Feist)
  26. Jack Lewis - "The Day Neil Young Died"
  27. Animal Collective - "Kids On Holiday"
  28. Baby Dee - "Morning Holds A Star"
  29. Mi & L' Au - "Bums"
  30. Blitzen Trapper - "40 Stripes"
Review: New folk & psychedelia from the British Isles and North America. 30 tracks spread across 2 CDs compiled by Radio 1 & Sunday Best label owner, DJ Rob Da Bank. With the folk scene burgeoning in the UK, Rob Da Bank and Sunday Best are leading the wave with this entry into the freshest sounds around. The album brings together the slightly left of centre 'folk' artists from both sides of the Atlantic and displays a wealth of talent and some amazing new music. Many of the leading lights in the nu-folk revival are represented including Tunng, James Yorkston, Magnetophone, Sufjan Stevens, Animal Collective, and new Sunday Best signings, The Kit and The Hat. Folk Off is packaged in a Hessian textured digipak.
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Astronaut
Astronaut (7")
Cat: SBESTS 52. Rel: 14 Feb 08
Breakbeat
  1. Astronaut
  2. Astronaut (Clark remix)
Review: Sunday Best presents 'Astronaut' from Yila featuring Scrobius Pip. One half of stars-of-2007 duo, Dan Le Sac vs. Scroobius Pip, releases
side project in his inimitable style, intricately blending spoken word with electro beats, mixed by hotly-tipped new producer Yila. Scroobius Pip
was picked up in 2006 by BBC Radio 1 DJ (and Sunday Best head honcho) Rob da Bank & has been championed throughout 2006/7.
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out of stock $2.17
Polish Night Music
Polish Night Music (gatefold heavyweight vinyl 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: SBESTLP 72. Rel: 27 Nov 15
Ambient/Drone
  1. Night: City Back Street (13:25)
  2. Night: A Landscape With Factory (17:36)
  3. Night: Interiors (19:31)
  4. Night: A Woman On A Dark Street Corner (18:45)
Review: Sacred Bones / Sunday Best have gone and done us the favour of the year! Here is a vinyl reissue of the infamous Polish Night Music sessions from 2007, a product of the mutual love for experimental electronics by cult filmmaker David Lynch, and pianist Marek Zebrowski. The two met at the Camerimage Film Festival almost ten years ago, and Zebrowski actually worked as a translator on the set of Inland Empire. The two dons got in the studio and produced four cuts of "Night", a glorious exploration of piano acoustics and subtle drone manipulation. The mood, of course, is dark and sullen, where sombre swarms of electronics glide over sparse, broken melodies. There's not much else to say apart from the fact that this is just about as good as it gets. Lynch?? On a record?? You have to!
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out of stock $23.65
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