The Wedding Present Go Out And Get 'Em Boy! Originally released in 1985 on Reception Records. The debut single by The Wedding Present is reissued here on white vinyl using the original (Reception Records) artwork. Optic Nerve 7"
The Wedding Present Davni Chasy [RSD19] This is an exclusive release for Record Store Day 2019. Any remaining stock will be available online from Saturday 20th April, strictly one per customer. This single was due to be released in 1988/9 when the band signed to RCA and is ‘The single that never was.’ Test pressings exist but the band pulled the release feeling that it was not appropriate to be the band’s first single on a major label. It has been re-mastered and is now finally getting that release ahead of the 30 year anniversary re-release of ‘The Complete Ukrainian John Peel Sessions’ with artwork re-designed by Jonathan Hitchen, designer of the original 1989 Ukrainski Vistupi LP artwork! Hatch 7" RSD 2019
The Wedding Present Live 2017 [Part 2] In 2017, The Wedding Present played a series of concert dates to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the release of their classic debut album, George Best. With its bittersweet, breathtakingly honest love songs immersed in whirlwind guitars, George Best struck a chord with outsiders across the indie universe. Suddenly, here was David Gedge; a geeky pied piper for our youthful missteps. Scopitones CD
The Wedding Present Marc Riley Sessions Volume 3 The third volume of The Wedding Present's Marc Riley Sessions. Volume 3 collects some tracks that were recorded inbetween the 2015 and 2016 sessions, including some classics as well as a Nancy Sinatra cover of the Bond theme. Hatch CD | LP
The Wedding Present Take Fountain The Wedding Present's 7th album, releasedn in 2005. Take Fountain' was the first Wedding Present album for nine years. During the ’time off', the band's singer and songwriter, David Gedge, had released albums by Cinerama, the group he'd started with his girlfriend, Sally Murrell. At the end of 2002, Gedge and Murrell unexpectedly split up and he decided to leave Leeds, his home for the preceding twenty-four years, and move to Seattle. Following the end of this fourteen-year relationship, Gedge began writing a collection of songs apparently influenced by his despair over the split. ’Take Fountain', the resultant album, was released, perhaps ironically, on St. Valentine’s Day 2005. This saw Gedge reviving the Wedding Present name for the first album since 1996′s Saturnalia to a torrent of critical acclaim. Scopitones CD | LP
The Wedding Present Tommy Reissue of the 1988 The Wedding Present compilation album Collecting songs from the band’s first four singles, plus four tracks recorded for BBC Radio sessions. Bringing together material written in the band’s first two years of existence, 'Tommy' proved that The Wedding Present’s essence was in place from the start. These kinetic blasts of homespun high-velocity bedsit drama presaged the more finessed 'George Best', but represented the band’s definitive portrayal. Edsel Records LP
The Wedding Present Saturnalia Reissue of The Wedding Present's fifth album released in 1996 Saturnalia witnessed songwriter David Gedge deftly balancing his band's traditional pop brio with complex arrangements and unorthodox instrumentation. It felt like a Wedding Present greatest hits album, only with brand new songs, new ideas - and no reservations. Edsel Records LP
The Wedding Present Going, Going... Ninth album from alt. indie legends The Wedding Present. It features no less than 20 songs that intertwine to tell a story of a road trip and each song has its own video on the accompanying DVD. Rad! The album tells the story of a road trip across the USA, revealed across a collection of twenty ‘linked’ songs, each with an accompanying short film.Always challenging and experimental, the idea to release the new project in a multi-media format is something that has been marinating with bandleader David Gedge for some time. Scopitones CD | LP