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A Beautiful Thing: Idles Live At Le Bataclan (limited gatefold clear neon lime green vinyl 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: PTKF 21743. Rel: 06 Dec 19
  1. Colossus (5:29)
  2. Never Fight A Man With A Perm (2:11)
  3. Mother (4:33)
  4. Faith In The City (6:19)
  5. I‘m Scum (4:22)
  6. Danny Nedelko (4:31)
  7. Divide & Conquer (3:33)
  8. 1049 Gotho (4:07)
  9. Samaritans (3:58)
  10. Television (3:18)
  11. Great (3:17)
  12. Love Song (4:21)
  13. White Privilege (5:03)
  14. Gram Rock (2:34)
  15. Benzocaine (4:27)
  16. Exeter (5:43)
  17. Cry To Me (6:02)
  18. Well Done (6:08)
  19. Rottweiler (3:56)
Review: Live albums are often either pointless cash-ins or nice ways to remember watching your favourites on stage. Rest assured, IDLES haven't resorted to the former, not that anyone expected them to, and even if you weren't in Paris on the night this was recorded the 19-track set is well worth owning. If you've seen the band live you'll know nothing could compare to the ferocity, beauty, anger and power of their shows. Nevertheless, this comes close. From the brooding opening of "Colossus", capped off by Joe Talbot's speech about love and caring for one another, it's as rousing a cry for a more empathetic humanity as anyone could ask for in their front room, energy levels higher than the Bataclan ceiling for the duration. Not bad for the end of a 90-date world tour, it's both a testament to their place among punk rock's most overtly political and socially essential and a musical masterclass.
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 in stock $28.44
Joy As An Act Of Resistance (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: PTKF 21581. Rel: 12 Oct 18
  1. Colossus (4:04)
  2. NFAMWAP (5:15)
  3. I'm Scum (3:10)
  4. Danny Nedelko (3:26)
  5. Love Song (3:04)
  6. June (3:38)
  7. Samaritans (3:32)
  8. Television (3:11)
  9. Great (2:45)
  10. Gram Rock (2:27)
  11. Cry To Me (2:24)
  12. Rottweiler (5:25)
 in stock $16.29
Cat: PTKF 21742. Rel: 06 Dec 19
  1. Colossus
  2. Never Fight A Man With A Perm
  3. Mother
  4. Faith In The City
  5. I'm Scum
  6. Danny Nedelko
  7. Divide & Conquer
  8. 1049 Gotho
  9. Samaritans
  10. Television
  11. Great
  12. Love Song
  13. White Privilege
  14. Gram Rock
  15. Benzocaine
  16. Exeter
  17. Cry To Me
  18. Well Done
  19. Rottweiler
Review: Live albums are often either pointless cash-ins or nice ways to remember watching your favourites on stage. Rest assured, IDLES haven't resorted to the former, not that anyone expected them to, and even if you weren't in Paris on the night this was recorded the 19-track set is well worth owning. If you've seen the band live you'll know nothing could compare to the ferocity, beauty, anger and power of their shows. Nevertheless, this comes close. From the brooding opening of "Colossus", capped off by Joe Talbot's speech about love and caring for one another, it's as rousing a cry for a more empathetic humanity as anyone could ask for in their front room, energy levels higher than the Bataclan ceiling for the duration. Not bad for the end of a 90-date world tour, it's both a testament to their place among punk rock's most overtly political and socially essential and a musical masterclass.
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 in stock $11.12
A Beautiful Thing: Idles Live At Le Bataclan (limited neon orange vinyl 2xLP + booklet + MP3 download code)
Cat: PTKF 21741. Rel: 06 Dec 19
  1. Colossus (5:29)
  2. Never Fight A Man With A Perm (2:11)
  3. Mother (4:33)
  4. Faith In The City (6:19)
  5. I'm Scum (4:22)
  6. Danny Nedelko (4:31)
  7. Divide & Conquer (3:33)
  8. 1049 Gotho (4:07)
  9. Samaritans (3:58)
  10. Television (3:18)
  11. Great (3:17)
  12. Love Song (4:21)
  13. White Privilege (5:03)
  14. Gram Rock (2:34)
  15. Benzocaine (4:27)
  16. Exeter (5:43)
  17. Cry To Me (6:02)
  18. Well Done (6:08)
  19. Rottweiler (3:56)
Review: Live albums are often either pointless cash-ins or nice ways to remember watching your favourites on stage. Rest assured, IDLES haven't resorted to the former, not that anyone expected them to, and even if you weren't in Paris on the night this was recorded the 19-track set is well worth owning. If you've seen the band live you'll know nothing could compare to the ferocity, beauty, anger and power of their shows. Nevertheless, this comes close. From the brooding opening of "Colossus", capped off by Joe Talbot's speech about love and caring for one another, it's as rousing a cry for a more empathetic humanity as anyone could ask for in their front room, energy levels higher than the Bataclan ceiling for the duration. Not bad for the end of a 90-date world tour, it's both a testament to their place among punk rock's most overtly political and socially essential and a musical masterclass.
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 in stock $27.39
Brutalism (CD)
Cat: PTKF 21552. Rel: 30 Apr 18
  1. Heel/Heal
  2. Well Done
  3. Mother
  4. Date Night
  5. Faith In The City
  6. 1049 Gotho
  7. Divide & Conquer
  8. Rachel Khoo
  9. Stendhal Syndrome
  10. Exeter
  11. Benzocaine
  12. White Privilege
  13. Slow Savage
Review: Bristol's heavy post-punk groups Idles present their first full length album after a slew of records dating back to 2012. Brutalism collects the best of the bands antics, from vocals that shift from wailing snarls and smokey mob calls to punkish drawls, or the more spoken word and poetic emotional ballad that is album closer "Slow Savage". Guitars can thrash away or chill out melodically in the background, with the character of this album's songs striking up a familiar feeling of late-'90s punk to mid-2000s indie. Album highlights for us include "Mother", a song championing one woman's die hard working week, to the screeching, distorted anthem "Stendhal Syndrome".
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 in stock $5.68
Cat: PTKF 21582. Rel: 31 Aug 18
  1. Colossus
  2. NFAMWAP
  3. I'm Scum
  4. Danny Nedelko
  5. Love Song
  6. June
  7. Samaritans
  8. Television
  9. Great
  10. Gram Rock
  11. Cry To Me
  12. Rottweiler
Review: It's barely been 12 months since the release of Bristol five piece Idles' debut full length, and the band's swift follow up effort is a righteous affair, doing away with any stigma attached to difficult second albums. The heavy post-punkers take another step forward in having the world realise their full potential straight off the bat with album opener "Colossos" that epicly, post apocalypticly, rattles and hums in swathes of drone and rock menace. Cue a quick change up in direction and we're met with what sounds like a lairy Kasabian smashing up the pub. Beer, sweat and tears. Let's 'ave it.
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 in stock $8.01
A Beautiful Thing: Idles Live At Le Bataclan (limited gatefold neon clear pink vinyl 2xLP + booklet + MP3 download code)
Cat: PTKF 21745. Rel: 10 Dec 19
  1. Colossus (0:02)
  2. Never Fight A Man With A Perm (0:02)
  3. Mother (0:02)
  4. Faith In The City (0:02)
  5. I‘m Scum (0:02)
  6. Danny Nedelko (4:31)
  7. Divide & Conquer (3:33)
  8. 1049 Gotho (4:07)
  9. Samaritans (3:58)
  10. Television (3:18)
  11. Great (3:17)
  12. Love Song (4:21)
  13. White Privilege (5:03)
  14. Gram Rock (2:34)
  15. Benzocaine (4:27)
  16. Exeter (5:43)
  17. Cry To Me (6:02)
  18. Well Done (6:08)
  19. Rottweiler (3:56)
Review: Live albums are often either pointless cash-ins or nice ways to remember watching your favourites on stage. Rest assured, IDLES haven't resorted to the former, not that anyone expected them to, and even if you weren't in Paris on the night this was recorded the 19-track set is well worth owning. If you've seen the band live you'll know nothing could compare to the ferocity, beauty, anger and power of their shows. Nevertheless, this comes close. From the brooding opening of "Colossus", capped off by Joe Talbot's speech about love and caring for one another, it's as rousing a cry for a more empathetic humanity as anyone could ask for in their front room, energy levels higher than the Bataclan ceiling for the duration. Not bad for the end of a 90-date world tour, it's both a testament to their place among punk rock's most overtly political and socially essential and a musical masterclass.
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$29.47 SAVE 12%
 in stock $25.93
Brutalism (gatefold LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: PTKF 21551. Rel: 08 Aug 18
  1. Heel/Heal (3:26)
  2. Well Done (2:59)
  3. Mother (3:27)
  4. Date Night (3:08)
  5. Faith In The City (2:36)
  6. 1049 Gotho (3:49)
  7. Divide & Conquer (3:25)
  8. Rachel Khoo (3:27)
  9. Stendhal Syndrome (2:24)
  10. Exeter (4:00)
  11. Benzocaine (2:38)
  12. White Privilege (3:05)
  13. Slow Savage (3:32)
Review: Bristol's heavy post-punk groups Idles present their first full length album after a slew of records dating back to 2012. Brutalism collects the best of the bands antics, from vocals that shift from wailing snarls and smokey mob calls to punkish drawls, or the more spoken word and poetic emotional ballad that is album closer "Slow Savage". Guitars can thrash away or chill out melodically in the background, with the character of this album's songs striking up a familiar feeling of late-'90s punk to mid-2000s indie. Album highlights for us include "Mother", a song championing one woman's die hard working week, to the screeching, distorted anthem "Stendhal Syndrome".
Read more
 in stock $16.54
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