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Boomkat Product Review:
Back in stock! We're all very fond of Jonny Trunk's very special little Trunk imprint, and it's hard to believe it's grown up so quickly. Ten years old, that's almost old enough to see a 12 certificate movie without your mum and dad and only six years off being able to buy a pint - pretty old in other words, and it's all downhill from here. To celebrate (or lament) the occasion Mister Trunk has pieced together this epic and modestly priced compilation with us, the loving public in mind. With many a Trunk release it's been beautifully packaged and contains enough liner notes to read yourself into a stupor. I don't know of any other label actually that presents its albums with such a daubing of personal goo, you get the feeling when you caress a Trunk release that there's been some serious love thrown into the whole process, and when you read Jonny Trunk's always humorous anecdotes it's hard not to end up feeling like you know the guy. It's hardly a surprise then that the music is always a revelation, and from the unbelievable library-music selection from George Romero's classic 'Dawn of the Dead' all the way to the lesser known Delia Derbyshire-led soundtrack to The Tomorrow People with a little stop in 80s porn heaven for some Dirty Fan Male, the entire label is a veritable box of delights, with some priceless smut thrown in for good measure. This collection of tracks perfectly sums up what I love about the label and it even manages to rustle up seven totally exclusive unreleased gems that are worth double the asking price alone! So we have tracks from Trunk lynchpins Basil Kirchin, Sven Libaek, Delia Derbyshire and Michael Garrick nestling comfortably next to rare and unheard gems from Herbie Hancock, Marc Wilkinson, Paul Lewis and the very awesome Douglas Wood. Basically what I'm trying to say is that this is a startling collection of music spanning the history of a fabulous label, here's hoping there's a lot more where this came from... An absolutely essential purchase!