Sold out

In stock with our supplier
Usually dispatches in 5-7 working days

$7 flat-rate shipping across Australia

Our take

by Angus

By the time this album was released, Grace Jones’ cultural cache as a model, actress, and fashion icon had almost eclipsed her musical output. But then came Nightclubbing. Far from the disco that surrounded her in early–80s New York clubs, the snarling spirit of reggae–tinged new wave drives an album that sees classics of years previous reimagined in startling ways.

The title track, penned by David Bowie and Iggy Pop just four years previous, is unforgettably sparse in its arrangement. Jones’ reverb–tinged vocals ring from all corners of your speakers, her presence looming large over the track and haunting these songs like the ghost of Studio 54.

The vitals

A small preview from Spotify

Released: 1981
Genre: Post punk / New wave
Label: Island

Condition: New
Format: 1 x Vinyl LP
Speed: 33 1/3 RPM


1. "Walking in the Rain" (4:18)
2. "Pull Up to the Bumper" (4:41)
3. "Use Me" (5:04)
4. "Nightclubbing" (5:06)
5. "Art Groupie" (2:39)
6. "I've Seen That Face Before (Libertango)" (4:30)
7. "Feel Up" (4:03)
8. "Demolition Man" (4:03)
9. "I've Done It Again" (3:51)

Spice up your sound

Suits the common OM series cartridge. Get this guy if your old one has worn down after several hundred hours of play (or is busted).

Sold out

We've bundled a Pro-Ject Clean It and Brush It - the minimum bits we recommend to keep your vinyl and stylus dust-free.

Sold out

A deep-cleaning system for those who have big collections and second hand vinyl. No serious collector is without something like this.

Sold out

Goes well with...

Sold out
Sold out
Sold out

Reading material

by Angus

We take a look at the different ways to do the important work of keeping your records and stylus clean.

by Angus

Since many of our visitors are at the beginning of their vinyl voyage, we thought it'd be helpful to have a starter's compass.

by the team

Instant Classic is Australia's new way to buy records + the equipment to listen to them on.