Album artwork for Boomy Tella by The Claim

This is the re-mastered re-release of the second classic album by The Claim, originally released on Kevin Pearce’s legendary Esurient Communications in 1988. The Claim from Cliffe, Kent and were one of the key players in the then thriving ‘Medway Scene’ alongside The Prisoners, Billy Childish and The Dentists. This second album received glowing reviews at the timeincluding Bob Stanley’s 8/10 review in the NME alongside numerous plays by Peel. If you want to hearwhere early Blur got their sound from look no further. The Claim’s guitarist David Arnold also played on early Jasmine Minks releases. This re-master was done using the original quarter inch tapes.

CD - 14 Track CD (4 unreleased demo tracks from 1988 / 1990) housed in a six panel package with liner notes by David Arnold.

LP - 10 Track Green Vinyl housed in a Gatefold Sleeve with liner notes by David Arnold. Comes with Download with Bonus Tracks.

The Claim

Boomy Tella

A Turntable Friend
Album artwork for Boomy Tella by The Claim
LP

£19.99

10 Track Green Vinyl housed in a Gatefold Sleeve with liner notes by David Arnold. Comes with Download with Bonus Tracks

Includes download code
Released 22/03/2019Catalogue Number

TURN64LP

Album artwork for Boomy Tella by The Claim
CD

£11.99

14 Track CD (4 unreleased demo tracks from 1988 / 1990) housed in a six panel package with liner notes by David Arnold.

Released 22/03/2019Catalogue Number

TURN64CD

The Claim

Boomy Tella

A Turntable Friend
Album artwork for Boomy Tella by The Claim
LP

£19.99

10 Track Green Vinyl housed in a Gatefold Sleeve with liner notes by David Arnold. Comes with Download with Bonus Tracks

Includes download code
Released 22/03/2019Catalogue Number

TURN64LP

Album artwork for Boomy Tella by The Claim
CD

£11.99

14 Track CD (4 unreleased demo tracks from 1988 / 1990) housed in a six panel package with liner notes by David Arnold.

Released 22/03/2019Catalogue Number

TURN64CD

This is the re-mastered re-release of the second classic album by The Claim, originally released on Kevin Pearce’s legendary Esurient Communications in 1988. The Claim from Cliffe, Kent and were one of the key players in the then thriving ‘Medway Scene’ alongside The Prisoners, Billy Childish and The Dentists. This second album received glowing reviews at the timeincluding Bob Stanley’s 8/10 review in the NME alongside numerous plays by Peel. If you want to hearwhere early Blur got their sound from look no further. The Claim’s guitarist David Arnold also played on early Jasmine Minks releases. This re-master was done using the original quarter inch tapes.

CD - 14 Track CD (4 unreleased demo tracks from 1988 / 1990) housed in a six panel package with liner notes by David Arnold.

LP - 10 Track Green Vinyl housed in a Gatefold Sleeve with liner notes by David Arnold. Comes with Download with Bonus Tracks.