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Album artwork for These People by Richard Ashcroft

Richard Ashcroft returns in 2016 with his fourth solo album entitled These People released on his Righteous Phonographic Association label via Cooking Vinyl Records. The album was recorded in London and produced by Ashcroft and longtime collaborator Chris Potter. It marks a reunion with Wil Malone, who worked with Ashcroft on the string arrangements on the seminal albums by The Verve A Northern Soul and Urban Hymns. With its sitar-like refrains, Everybody Needs Somebody to Hurt witnesses a welcome return of ye olde cocksure leer while Picture of You is a plaintively shimmering nugget. Top track Ain't the Future So Bright is a layered, string-laden gem about hope and despair which mercifully suggests that there's still plenty to come from the Wigan troubadour.

2LP - Double Heavyweight LP housed in a Gatefold Sleeve with Download.

Richard Ashcroft

These People

Righteous Phonograpic Association
Album artwork for Album artwork for These People by Richard Ashcroft by These People - Richard Ashcroft
Album artwork for These People by Richard Ashcroft
CD

£7.99

Released 20/05/2016Catalogue Number

rpacd001

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Richard Ashcroft

These People

Righteous Phonograpic Association
Album artwork for Album artwork for These People by Richard Ashcroft by These People - Richard Ashcroft
Album artwork for These People by Richard Ashcroft
CD

£7.99

Released 20/05/2016Catalogue Number

rpacd001

Usually dispatched in 5-10 days

Richard Ashcroft returns in 2016 with his fourth solo album entitled These People released on his Righteous Phonographic Association label via Cooking Vinyl Records. The album was recorded in London and produced by Ashcroft and longtime collaborator Chris Potter. It marks a reunion with Wil Malone, who worked with Ashcroft on the string arrangements on the seminal albums by The Verve A Northern Soul and Urban Hymns. With its sitar-like refrains, Everybody Needs Somebody to Hurt witnesses a welcome return of ye olde cocksure leer while Picture of You is a plaintively shimmering nugget. Top track Ain't the Future So Bright is a layered, string-laden gem about hope and despair which mercifully suggests that there's still plenty to come from the Wigan troubadour.

2LP - Double Heavyweight LP housed in a Gatefold Sleeve with Download.