Alien shop

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We have some fantastic new vinyl which has just arrived!

Visit Alien at 9 Veronica St, New Lynn, Auckland and have a browse.

new vinyl at alien records-

augustus pablo – dubbing
bats – daddy’s highway
bats – free all the monsters
bauhaus – crackle
beach house – bloom
best coast – the only place
biffy clyro – infinity land
the black seeds – dust and dirt
bon iver- blood bank
bon iver- for emma forever

bonnie prince billy – sings greatest palace music
bonnie prince billy – wolfroy goes to town
camera obscura – my maudlin career
cat power – the greatest
the charlatans – tellin stories
jarvis cocker – further complications
damon & naomi- with ghost
deerhunter – cryptogram
deerhunter – microcastle
die die die- die die die
dirty three- toward the low sun
dum dum girls – only in dreams
the durutti column- short stories for pauline
the eastern – hope and wire
fleet foxes – helplessness blues
fucked up – year of the tiger
gang of four – content
interpol- antics
iron & wine- around the well
iron & wine- fuck i am a boringly mediocre bearded cunt
mark lanegan band – blues funeral
low – c’mon
m83 – hurry up we’re dreaming
mad scene – blip
barbara manning – in new zealand
mclusky- mclusky does
mudhoney- every good boy
the national- high velvet
joanna newsome- what we
okkerville river- i am very
opossum- electric hawaii 7”
opossum- electric hawaii 12”
palace music- lost blues
pavement- brighten the
pixies- bossanova
pixies- doolittle
radiohead- in rainbows
shes so rad- in circles
sigur ros- inni
smog- red apple falls
smog- summer
sola rosa- get it together
st vincent- actor
tindersticks- the
various- dawnraid
various- listen up!
vaselines- enter the
scott walker- the drift
the white stripes- the white stripes
the white stripes- de stijl
the white stripes- icky thump
the white stripes- under
the white stripes- white
the xx- xx
yo la tengo- electr-o-pura

3 thoughts on “Alien shop

  1. Hey,

    Do you guys have a Marilyn Manson limited edition playlist? I can’t remember what it’s called but it’s like a compilation of his favourite songs on vinyl? If so h

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