Esoteric Recordings pre-Xmas sale – Prog bargains galore!

As part of Cherry Red’s “12 Days of Christmas” sale, Esoteric Recordings are offering a 20% discount on a selection of their finest titles over the next few days.  It’s a great chance to plug a few holes in your collection, or perhaps treat yourselves to a Christmas present or three.

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Hear No Evil (HNE) Recordings pre-Xmas sale – plenty of classic rock box set bargains

Day 4 of Cherry Red Records’ “12 Days of Christmas” flash sale is a genuine winner for readers and followers of Real Gone as HNE Recordings – Cherry Red’s classic rock and metal subsidery offers sizable discounts on various unmissable items.

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Grapefruit Records pre-Xmas sale! Lots of psych and quirky 60s music at knock-down prices!

As part of Cherry Red’s pre-Xmas sale extravaganza, Grapefruit Records (their psychedelic arm) are offering various anthologies and box sets at knock-down prices for a strictly limited time.

This is a golden opportunity for those who love the nooks and crannies of British psych and pop-sike to explore various semi recent releases at bargain prices.

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Cherry Red Records Pre-Christmas Sale: Plenty of classic rock and prog rock titles available at discounted prices!

In the run up to Christmas, the folks at Cherry Red Records are running a mega sale on selected box set and vinyl items.

As with their Black Friday weekend sale, the discounts are applied to a selection of superb progressive rock titles and classic rock items, some of which are not to be missed.

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Ska legends The Selecter confirm dates for 40th Anniversary Tour

Over the past few years, The Selecter have gone from strength to strength.  The 2-Tone legends have released two critically acclaimed albums in 2015’s ‘Subculture’ and 2017’s ‘Daylight’, but in addition, founding members Pauline Black and Arthur ‘Gaps’ Hendrickson have been permanently on the road.

They’ve toured the UK several times and even taken their show across the Atlantic.  Moving into 2019, things show no sign of slowing down.

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