Kops Records

In the window: Brian Eno, The Zombies, Pink Floyd

This is the third installment of our In The Window series (now moved to Thursdays) where we take a look inside the front window of a local record store to see what artists and albums the store's staff are plugging at the moment. This week's window: Kops Records.

ALBUMS

Brian Eno - Here Come The Warm Jets
Burning Spear - Rocking Time
The Zombies - She's Not There
Pink Floyd - Saucer Full of Secrets
Nina Simone - Nina at Newport
Beastie Boys - License to Ill
The Cramps - Bad Music For Bad People
Kraftwerk - Man-Machine
Metallica - Kill 'Em All
Black Sabbath - Self Titled
Deep Purple - Self Titled
Big Star - 3rd
Clifford Jordan - Soul Fountain
Ramones - Rocket To Russia
Pete Rock - The Surviving Elements
The Streets - Everything is Borrowed
The Budos Band - Budos II
The Meters - Struttin
The Nite-Liters - Self Titled

Kops Toronto

Nick from Kops Records recommends...

Brian Eno - Here Come The Warm Jets

"This was my first entry point into Eno. He's known for his experimental records and production work. It's game changing, really. Any indie artist stretching back will always find renewed inspiration."

The Zombies - She's Not There

"The Zombies actually only put out one record called "Odessey and Oracle" and everything else is 7". So coming across a compilation of prime Zombie material is hard to do. Also, this record has a fucking sick ass cover and the mastering is crisp."

Pink Floyd - Saucer Full of Secrets

"I love Pink Floyd"

Kops is holding a showcase today featuring Modern Miniatures, The Get Nuns, and Hate Gang Freedom - starts at 5:30 and is in the store. Follow their twitter for further details.


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