ON THE TURNTABLE: Stereolab - Emperor Tomato Ketchup

ON THE TURNTABLE: Stereolab - Emperor Tomato Ketchup

Short, sharp and frank reviews from a confessed vinyl junkie. I’ll be posting my most loved records and most recent purchases right here for your perusal every week.

Reissue of the fourth album from the ever-evolving London based Avant Pop collective. Originally released in ‘96, in the midst of Britpop, it opens with the absolutely gorgeous ‘Metronomic Underground’, and from that moment in, anybody with the ability to hear should be hooked in.

The album darts from Krautrock to 60s Pop throughout French and English, never failing to surprise and delight. One of the most original and underrated bands on the planet.

Listen to 'Emperor Tomato Ketchup' - BELOW:

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Seán is based in Manchester; his favourite artists include James Brown, MF Doom, The National, Bon Iver, Radiohead, Eric B & Rakim, Aretha Franklin, Serge Gainsbourg, John Lennon and Public Enemy. Sean has also been a promoter, DJ and a failed musician. Nowadays he resides in the Northern Quarter of Manchester and is a vinyl junkie, sneaker collector and MCFC fan.

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