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Pre-order a SIGNED CD of Elbow’s new album ‘Giants Of All Sizes’

Pre-order a SIGNED CD of Elbow’s new album ‘Giant of All Sizes’

Elbow release Giants Of All Sizes, their eighth studio album, in October and you can get in early and secure a SIGNED CD right now.

The nine-track album was recorded in Hamburg, Vancouver and Salford and was produced and mixed by keyboard player Craig Potter.

Guy Garvey describes the album as “an angry, old blue lament which finds its salvation in family, friends, the band and new life.”

Giant Of All Sizes will of course also be available on vinyl and is released on 11 October 2019.

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1. Dexter & Sinister
2. Seven Veils
3. Empires
4. The Delayed 3:15
5. White Noise White Heat
6. Doldrums
7. My Trouble
8. On Deronda Road
9. Weightless

 

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Florentino Stabile

Elbow,
I cannot believe this is their 8th album. Have been around for almost 30 years. What can I say as much as I love Canadian rock bands and American rock bands….. no one can hold a candle to the British… I mean Genesis, Pink Floyd, The Beatles, Stones, King Crimson, Yes, Emerson Lake and Palmer.. Kate Bush…and I can go on. Elbow are among my favorites in the modern era along with Marillion in terms of groups which are still making music and a music that I hold close to my heart. This signed CD of their soon to be classic is a no brainer.
Thank you Paul for all you do an all the times you notify of such wonderful things.
Keep up keeping the physical media alive
God bless,
Tino

Tyrone

I had an email from Amazon at 9:38 am indicating they are “still trying to obtain the item you ordered”
Then a follow up email at 19:31 indicating my payment has been declined

Cheers Amazon. I’m not impressed

Colin

After showing as sold out, this is now available to pre-order again. Not sure how long for though so be quick if you missed it when announced!

Michel D.

Amazon UK should review their shipping rates, it’s now double what it was a few months ago to ship in Canada…I ordered that signed cd anyway, I love Elbow!!

Stephen Tomlinson

There is a problem with Amazon shipping charges to Canada. Contact Amazon customer service. They will either reduce or waive the shipping costs for you.

SimonP

Hmm, not keen enough on Elbow to chance a pre-order on something I’ve not heard. The Take Off and Landing of Everything was superb but its follow up was definitely not…

SimonP

Listened to the lead single off this (Dexter & Sinister) and it hasn’t persuaded me.

Phil Giles

Clear Vinyl from the official store or Seagreen as an indie exclusive? Which one do I fancy………….?

Any idea these days how many are produced for both? Green would be nice :)

JonC

Looks like a homage to George Michael’s “Listen Without Prejudice” cover?

Graham

Will go nicely with the other Elbow signed CD after Plymouth gig in 2017

Ben

This is gonna be my album of the year. Love elbow!
There is an exclusive clear vinyl available at the official store, by the way.

Joseph Bartram

Was gonna order from the bands site until I spotted it

Bruno

Hi Paul – Many thanks for the heads-up. Elbow is always a treat. Great to get a signed copy.

Alex

Got it, thanks!

Davy Coolen

Signed by whom?

Daryl

This is just a guess, but… Elbow?

RJS

Everyone featured on the cover.

Erik

RJS, thanks for the genuine laugh while sitting at my desk this stressful morning.

Alan Mitchell

Ha! But seriously how come loads don’t drown at those Chinese(?) pools? It’s mental, totally mental.

Elbow’s new song is really boring by the way. So was Seldom Seen Kid. The last album had some better songs so fingers crossed for this one.

Andy

Ordered…cheers for the heads up.