RSD Black Friday 2018
The Ad Libs, a pheonominal-yet-underappreciated American vocal group hailing from Hudson County, NJ, had their first and only smash hit within their first year as a group, with 'The Boy From New York City.' Though several other singles from the doo-wop group landed on the Billboard R&B chart's, The Ad Libs never released a full album. Presenting The Ad Libs is the group's debut album that never happened. A collection of singles, b-sides, and unused studio cuts come together to show the 1960's soul singers in a whole new light. The tracks were remastered for vinyl at Infrasonic Mastering. The limited edition pressing comes on purple color vinyl.
A1 Bottom of My Soul A2 Appreciation A3 Oo Wee Oo Gee A4 Giving Up A5 He Ain't No Angel A6 If She Wants Him
B1 Boy From New York City B2 Kicked Around B3 Johnny My Boy B4 Ask Anybody B5 Nothings Worse Than Being Alone B6 I'm Just A Down Home Girl B7 The Slime
Originally released in 1982, this is a live album, compiled from shows across the UK from 1981–82. Press the Eject features a striking version of John Cale’s “Rosegarden Funeral Of Sores”,a particularly spooky run-through of “Hollow Hills” that out-creeps the studio version on Mask, and the punk rock fuzz-out of “Dark Entries”. Of course, “Bela…” appears here as well, in a luxurious nine-and-a-half-minute version. Washed in feedback and ever-sosubtly accelerating and decelerating, this song is the true center of “Goth” mythology. This Record Store Day Black Friday release is pressed on white vinyl.
In the Flat Field (Live @ The Old Vic, London) [HD], Rose Garden Funeral of Sores (Live @ The Old Vic, London) [HD], Dancing (Live @ The Royal Court, Liverpool) [HD], The Man with X-Ray Eyes (Live @ Hammersmith Palais, London) [HD], Bela Lugosi Is Dead (Live @ The Old Vic, London) [HD], The Spy in the Cab (Live @ The Royal Court, Kick in the Eye (Live @ The Royal Court, Liverpool) [HD]Liverpool) [HD], In Fear of Fear (Live @ The Royal Court, Liverpool) [HD], Hollow Hills (Live @ The Old Vic, London) [HD], Stigmata Martyr (Live @ The Royal Court, Liverpool) [HD], Dark Entries (Live @ The Royal Court, Liverpool) [HD]
This version has never been released on vinyl before! It is the Legency edition with extra tracks. This is Blue Oyster Cult's second live album. This Legacy edition has never been released on vinyl, includes bonus tracks, and packaging that includes an LP obi (side spine), cardboard gatefold jacket with two pockets, black inner sleeves and translucent blue vinyl.
R.U. Ready To Rock| E.T.I. (Extra Terrestrial Intelligence) | Astonomy | Kick out the Jams | Godzilla | (Don't Fear) The Reaper | We Gotta Get Out Of This Place | ME 262 | Harvester of Eyes | Hot Rails to Hell | This Ain't the Summer of Love | 5 Guitars | Born to be Wild | We Gotta Get Out Of This Place | R.U. Ready To Rock |
Blue Cheer were the loudest, heaviest band of the 1960s. What they played and how they played it was labeled Heavy Metal – partly from a reference by the Beat writer William F. Burroughs and partly from a lyric in Steppenwolf’s Born To Be Wild (Heavy Metal Thunder . . .). It described them perfectly – and they ushered in a new age of searingly loud and upfront Rock which would quickly establish itself as the outer-fringe of Psychedelia. These three early demo tracks predate their debut album Vincebus Eruptum, and have more grind, guts, and grit than anything they've ever recorded! This one-sided EP on colored vinyl is the first ever vinyl release of this material.
1. Second Time Around 2. Doctor Please 3. Summertime Blues
Hot on the heels of Captured Tracks' reissue of Capital Punishment’s 1982 album Roadkill, the quartet of Kriss Roebling, Ben Stiller, Peter Zusi, and Peter Swann present This Is Capital Punishment – an EP of new material recorded almost 35 years after the group disbanded. Recorded at the Garden in Brooklyn, This Is Capital Punishment came about when Captured Tracks boss Mike Sniper asked Roebling for bonus material for the Roadkill reissue. The original members got back together and did a remake of their track "Confusion." A blistering take on the original, the new version reimagines “Confusion” as a much louder and sinister track. It was so loved by the label – and the band had so much fun recording it – that they decided to record new material. Capital Punishment burn through four other tracks that all explore the darker edges of rock ‘n’ roll. From the strangely sultry “Drumming Out Time Inside Me” and “Grey And Illuminate” to the band’s favorite “Hot Love,” Capital Punishment may not be teenage punks anymore, but they certainly haven’t lost their edge. Pressed on translucent blue vinyl, This Is Capital Punishment is limited to 1500 copies worldwide.
'Side A / Track 1 / Confusion (2018) / 3:40 Side A / Track 2 / Drumming Out Time Inside Me / 2:48 Side B / Track 3 / Hot Love / 3:32 Side B / Track 4 / Grey And Illuminate / 4:01 Side B / Track 5 / Shannon Rose / 3:38
Side A: (New Tracks) 1. Audio Check Music 2. Audio Architecture 3. Passionfruit (Recorded at Spotify Studios NYC) 4. Not Bad, This Feeling (Sometime / Someplace B-Side) 5. In a Dream (NPR Music's Tiny Desk Concert)
Side B: (Remixes/Reworks) 1. The Spell of a Vanishing Loveliness (Beach Fossils Rework) 2. Helix / Spiral (Reginald Omas Mamode IV Rework) 3. Mellow Yellow Feel (Hiatus Kaiyote Rework) 4. Surfing On Mind Wave Pt. 2 (Fairy Liquid - A Sound Collage by Lawrence) 5. In a Dream (Haruomi Hosono Rework) 6. If You’re Here (Ryuichi Sakamoto Rework)
Long awaited reunion album by Capricorn recording artists Cowboy, as heard on Gregg Allman's Laid Back and On Tour albums, featuring all six original members, produced by Johnny Sandlin.
1. Maybe Miracles, 2. Throw A Little Love My Way, 3. Positive Flow, 4. Too Many Choices, 5. Getaway Cars, 6. Let It Rain, 7. I’m In A Mood, 8. I Don’t Get It, 9. The River Doesn’t Run Here, 10. Comfort Zone
On January 1, 1976, Rolling Stone magazine called the debut album by West Virginian prog-rock pioneers Crack The Sky “…one of year’s most impressive debuts.” On August 21, 2018, Rolling Stone wrote “Crack the Sky: the Strange Survival Story of the Best U.S. Prog Band You’ve Never Heard.” They were named by Rolling Stone in their 2015 list of 50 Greatest Prog Rock Albums Of All Time and in their 20 Rock Albums Rolling Stone Loved in the 1970s That You Never Heard, the magazine’s very first review in 1976 went on to compare the band to Steely Dan, 10cc, The Tubes, Ian Hunter, and the inimitable Davie Bowie. Some 40 years later the band released their 20th album, Living in Reverse, 12 new genre-defying Crack tracks. The vinyl version is now being made available via Record Store Day Black Friday.
1. Talk Talk 4:47 2. Living In Reverse 3:56 3. Raining Rain 4:15 4. Red Rosary 3:56 5. Hit 4:13 6. Big Dipper 4:35 7. I’m On The Radio, Mom 4:00 8. Jacket 3:40 9. I’m Alright Now 4:20 10. Bang 4:10 11. Good Man 4:03 12. Home Tonight 4:17
7” Single Packaged In A Comic Book! Early In 2018 Czarface, The Joint Effort Of Boston’S 7L & Esoteric And Wu-Tang Clan’S Inspectah Deck, Set The Hip Hop World On Their Collective Ears With The Release Of Their Collaboration With Mf Doom. Soon, They’Ll Issue The Follow Up Release, Which Will Pair Czarface With Yet Another Major Hip Hop Icon With The All New “Czarface Meets Ghostface.” This 7” + Comic Book Serves As The First Teaser For The Upcoming Project. Czarface’S Esoteric Elaborates: “With This Release, You’Ll Witness A Legendary Team-Up As Czarface And Ghostface Join Forces To Thwart The Forces Of Evil! Wu-Tang Clan General Ghostface Killah Leaps Off The Pages With Hip Hop Hero Czarface Through An Astonishing Storyline, Which Of Course Comes With A 7” Full Of Exclusives To Spin While Enjoying The Latest Czarface Adventure.” The 20 Page Full-Color Comic Is Illustrated By Marvel Comics’ Young Gun Mike Del Mundo (Thor, Avengers, X-Men). The “Dog Days Of Tomorrow” 7” And Comic Is One To Get Your Hands On.
A1. Czarface Theme A2. Who’s A Good Boy?
B1. Czar In Action B2. End Title
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Forty years after their debut single "Take Me I'm Yours" hit the charts, Squeeze's Chris Difford and Glenn Tilbrook have teamed up with ?uestlove, Robert Glasper, and producer Steve Mandel for an entirely new take on the song. The new recording meshes rock with an electronic edge, breathing new life into the seminal Squeeze hit. This limited edition 45 single features a cover of "Take Me I'm Yours" on the A-side and the instrumental version of the cover on the B-side.
A. Take Me I'm Yours B. Take Me I'm Yours (Instrumental)
Cult legend, avant-roots/RnR raconteur Tav Falco is back at it again with his' first full length studio album since 2015’s Command Performance. Cabaret of Daggers was tracked in Rome with the same ferocious line-up, the unapproachable Panther Burns. Vocal overdubs were recorded at the legendary Sam Phillips Recording Service in Memphis. The band will tour the US in support of the release in November and December of 2018. The vinyl will arrive first as a limited edition color pressing exclusively for RSD Black Friday, followed by other formats.
NOBODY'S BABY SALLY GO ROUND THE ROSES MORPHINE STRANGE FRUIT NEW WORLD ORDER BLUES SLEEPWALK STRANGE BORN TO BE BLUE RED VIENNA SUGAR MAMA BLUES
MASTER OF CHAOS THEME
For Record Store Day Black Friday, a 3-track 7" single featuring Fred Schneider of B-52s. The track "The Love That Knew No Shame" was available as a hidden track on a CD, "Grandma's Patchwork Quilt" is only available here and never before released. This is also the first time on vinyl for the song "Head on a Leg."
"The Love That Knew No Shame"/"Head On A Leg"/"Grandma's Patchwork Quilt
Live At The Playboy Jazz Festival features the entire set that Dexter Gordon and his working band recorded at the Hollywood Bowl for the Playboy Jazz Festival in 1982, with guest vibes on two tracks by Milt Jackson. This Record Store Day Black Friday exclusive features two previously unreleased tracks (Bag's Groove & The Blues) and two tracks ("Fried Bananas" and "You've Changed") in their complete unedited form to round out the full set.
1. Intro 2. Fried Bananas 3. Bag's Groove 4. You've Changed 5. Blues
Bay area-based hip-hop collective Hieroglyphics have had a global impact across the musical landscape. Celebrating the 20th anniversary of their debut album as a group, Third Eye Vision, the crew is celebrating their storied career – and their ubiquitous logo with a picture disc EP featuring their classic triple eyed symbol. “When I invented that symbol, I never thought it would get this big” Del the Funky Homosapien said. The EP will include vocal/instrumental and acapella versions of the singles “The Who” and “After Dark” along with original artwork.
A1 – The Who A2 – The Who Instrumental A3 – The Who Acapella
B1 – After Dark B2 – After Dark Instrumental B3 – After Dark Acapella
Nina Cried Power is the first music from Irish singer Hozier since his debut album came out in 2014. He describes the title track of his new EP as a tribute to protest songs, which is fitting as the legendary Mavis Staples is featured on the song with assistance from Booker T Jones to round out the guests on the EP. With four well-crafted songs The Nina Cried Power EP is a welcome return for Hozier as he sets off on a US tour this fall.
Side A 1) Nina Cried Power 2) NFWMB Side B) 1) Moment’s Silence (Common Tongue) 2) Shrike
The career-spanning compilation premieres a new Joan Jett & the Blackhearts track, "Fresh Start," alongside definitive live and studio performances by Joan Jett & The Blackhearts as well as tracks featuring The Runaways, Bikini Kill, Miley Cyrus and members of The Sex Pistols. A companion to the new documentary Bad Reputation, out now, on transparent yellow vinyl.
1. “I Wanna Be Your Dog” – Joan Jett and the Blackhearts 2. “Love Is Pain” – Joan Jett and the Blackhearts 3. “Victim of Circumstance” – Joan Jett and the Blackhearts 4. “Do You Wanna Touch Me (Oh Yeah)” – Joan Jett and The Blackhearts 5. “Change The World” – Joan Jett and the Blackhearts 6. “Crimson and Clover” – Joan Jett and the Blackhearts 7. “I Hate Myself For Loving You” – Joan Jett and the Blackhearts 8. “Fetish” – Joan Jett and the Blackhearts 9. “Fresh Start” – Joan Jett and the Blackhearts 10. “Bad Reputation” – Joan Jett 11. “Rebel Rebel” – Joan Jett and the Blackhearts 12. “I Love Rock N Roll” – Joan Jett with Steve Jones and Paul Cook
Limited edition glow in the dark 7” vinyl of Ray LaMontagne’s Spotify Singles session recorded at Sound Stage Studios. Features live recordings of “Such A Simple Thing” and a cover of “Blue Canadian Rockies” originally performed by Gene Autry
"Such A Simple Thing" and "Blue Canadian Rockies" recorded at Sound Stage Studios Nashville
Musician and producer Marvin Etzioni first saw Maria McKee and Ryan Hedgecock in a club in 1982, playing George Jones and Hank Williams covers. He convinced them they needed original material. After working and writing, the band added Dave Harrington (bass) and Don Willens (drums), the band worked up material with Etzioni and cut 5 of the 6 tracks at the famed Record Plant. An earlier session provides the 6th track. The Western Tapes: 1983 exhibits the genesis of this highly-infl uential band. While the original demo version of “Drugstore Cowboy” has appeared on various compilations, the remainder of the other tracks from the sessions have remained in the can. Two of the tracks appear in their earliest demo form and wound up landing on the classic 1988 Lone Justice debut, “Working Late” and “Don’t Toss Us Away” (written by Maria’s half-brother, Bryan MacLean of the classic band, Love) which would eventually become a top 5 smash for Country superstar Patty Loveless. Released in conjunction with the band, the EP was mastered by Bernie Grundman (who also cut the 45 RPM lacquers). It’s a look into where they started and foretells where they would go.
As Etzioni (who would later join the band) says in his liner notes: “With countless hours together, it was a fun and innocent time. I believed we were creating a 21st century country band.”
They created much, much more. PLAY LOUD AT 45 RPM!
Side 1: 1. working late 2:45 2. don't toss us away 4:29 3. drugstore cowboy 2:54
Side 2: 4. i see it 2:22 5. train song 2:55 6. how lonesome life has been 2:06
With the debut of their first hit, “California Dreamin’,” on the charts, The Mamas and the Papas proclaimed themselves to be a potent new force in the burgeoning West Coast folk-rock movement, announcing to the world that something special and beautiful was happening in California. Real Gone Music celebrates the group’s very special legacy by releasing The Mamas and the Papas: The Complete Singles, a two-LP, 31-track set that includes for the first time ever the A and B side of every single the group released, all in their impossible-to-find mono single mixes. Remastered by Aaron Kannowski, the engineer responsible for Real Gone’s acclaimed collections of singles by fellow Dunhill label acts The Grass Roots and Steppenwolf, the set includes notes by Co-Producer Ed Osborne that feature quotes drawn from extended interviews with Mama Michelle Phillips and Dunhill label head and producer Lou Adler, while the package also includes a number of rarely-seen images of this eminently photographable band. Many of the single mixes haven’t been available on vinyl since their original release; over the course of listening to this set you’re going to hear such legendary songs as “Monday, Monday,” “California Dreamin’,” “Creeque Alley,” “I Saw Her Again,” “Words of Love,” “Dream a Little Dream of Me,” “Glad to Be Unhappy,” “Dedicated to the One I Love,” and “It’s Getting Better” exactly as folks heard them over the radio back in those halcyon days. Due to the unfortunate situation with the Dunhill single master tape reels (supposedly thrown out at the behest of one of the label’s owners), Mamas and Papas fans had despaired of ever hearing the group’s original singles on LP. Now, after countless hours spent tracking down sources, Real Gone Music is proud to release the most significant vinyl addition to The Mamas and the Papas discography in years!
1. Go Where You Wanna Go 2. Somebody Groovy 3. California Dreamin’ 4. Monday, Monday 5. Got a Feelin’ 6. I Saw Her Again 7. Even If I Could 8. Look Through My Window
9. Once Was a Time I Thought 10. Words of Love 11. Dancing in the Street 12. Dedicated to the One I Love13. Free Advice 14. Creeque Alley 15. Did You Ever Want to Cry 16. Twelve Thirty (Young Girls Are Coming) 17. Straight Shooter 18. Glad to Be Unhappy 19. Hey Girl 20. Dancing Bear 21. John’s Music Box 22. Safe in My Garden 23. Too Late 24. Dream a Little Dream of Me 25. Midnight Voyage 26. For the Love of Ivy 27. Strange Young Girls 28. Do You Wanna Dance 29. My Girl 30. Step Out 31. Shooting Star
On the heels of announcing their new studio album, Myth of a Man, Night Beats are thrilled to follow with a Record Store Day Black Friday single of their first new single, "One Thing". A collaboration with producer Dan Auerbach, who worked closely with the Night Beats on their upcoming album. The exclusive B-side is "Watch The Throne", co-written by Night Beats, Dan Auerbach and Matt Shultz of Cage The Elephant.
"One Thing"/"Watch The Throne"
Ofege was formed in the early 1970s by a bunch of teenagers at the St. Gregory’s College in Lagos Nigeria. They were largely influenced by the guitar solos of Carlos Santana, Jeff Beck & Jimmy Page while closer to home, they were influenced by the music of ‘BLO’ (Berkley Jones, Laolu Akins and Mike Odumosu), ‘Monomono’ (led by Joni Haastrup), The Funkees, and Ofo The Black Company. Due to their vibrant combo of sweet harmonies, hooks & fuzz, Ofege would become one of the most legendary Nigerian groups of all time, with expressive sales and national stardom. At the turn of the century (and because of tracks appearing on various psychedelic music compilations) Ofege would receive international acknowledgment for being the first of their kind and the ultimate West-African psychedelic funk band! Their debut album (Try And Love, EMI 1973 – also reissued by Tidal Waves Music) was recorded while the band members were still in high school (average age of 16) … their follow up ‘The Last Of The Origins’ (Recorded in 1975 and released on EMI in 1976) took some years to come out because some band members had to finish school first. ‘The Last Of The Origins’ is an exceptional record with a deep psychedelic approach. Complex rhythm sections, African inspirations, huge breaks, wah wah guitars and cosmic synths …it’s all there! Easily one of the best Afro-funk albums recorded in Nigeria in the 70s. Tidal Waves Music now proudly presents the first ever official reissue of this rare Nigerian album (original copies tend to go for large amounts on the secondary market). Now finally back available as a limited vinyl edition (1000 copies) released exclusively for Record Store Day Black Friday 2018. Comes with the original artwork by Yomi Osunfisan (Fela Kuti) and exclusive liner notes/pictures provided by Ofege’s founding member ‘Melvin Ukachi’ who also supervised this reissue.
1.Mandy 2.Amayo 3.Evil Child 4.Tomorrow 5.Got A Lot To Give 6.Sorrow 7.In Concert 8.Everybody Feels The Same 9.Adio 10.Devils Work
Dig deep in to the released output of famed producer David Axelrod and you’ll discover this gem, Pride. The single self-titled release is the pairing of Axelrod with his son Michael.The father-son duo deliver psychedelic pop with what many may call a Baroque folk-rock twist. Issued in 1970, the project is somewhat in the realm of the output from groups such as Love or The Byrds – but indelibly David
Axelrod through and through.
A Side Proud Sorrow A Hope The Death Of Juan Diaz The Truth
B Side In The Wilderness Worthless Pleasures Returning Home Song Of The Pirate
Detroit, MI---“I feel like Nas before he dropped “Ether.” --Royce Da 5'9" After shattering expectations with his massively bootlegged 2002 debut, Rock City (which was refurbished, re-titled and officially released Stateside as Rock City V.2.0) and on the heels of two buzz-setting mix tapes, Build & Destroy and M.I.C. Mixtape Vol.1, Royce Da 5’9” released his highly-anticipated “true” sophomore LP, Death Is Certain on February 24, 2004. Now for the first time on vinyl since then, that LP is back in a special 2 LP red p180g pressing for Record Store Day Black Friday.
A1 Intro A2 RegardlessA3 Throw Back (featuring Ingrid Smalls) A4 What I Know
B1 I Promise (featuring Ingrid Smalls) B2 Call Me Never! (skit) B3 Hip Hop B4 Gangsta (featuring Cutty Mack)
C1 T.O.D.A.Y. (featuring Ingrid Smalls) C2 I & Me C3 Beef C4 Bomb 1st
D1 Everybody Goes (featuring Ingrid Smalls) D2 Death Is Certain Pt. 2 (It Hurts) (featuring Ingrid Smalls and Cha Cha) D3 Something's Wrong With Him (featuring Carlos “6 July” Broady)
The rare mono mix of We're Only In It For The Money. Pressed on vinyl for the first time since 1968 as a collectable variable picture disc, featuring four versions of unseen art from the Vault (and one exclusive picture in Europe). Mastered by Bernie Grundman in 2018. Just in time for it's 50th Anniversary. Hotcha!
Absolutely Free/ Bow Tie Daddy/ Concentration Moon/ Flower Punk/ Harry, You're A Beast/ Hot Poop/ Let's Make The Water Turn Black/Lonely Little Girl/ Mom & Dad/ Mother People/ Nasal Retentive Calliope Music/Take Your Clothes Off When You Dance/ Telephone Conversation/ The Chrome Plated Megaphone Of Destiny/ The Idiot Bastard Son/ What's The Ugliest Part Of Your Body?/ Are You Hung Up?/ What's The Ugliest Part Of Your Body?/ Who Needs The Peace Corps?
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NYC-based singer/songwriter Perry Serpa has possibly, for the very first time, brought to life a fictionally depicted album. The artist, in this case, is Tucker Crowe, the main character of Nick Hornby's celebrated novel Juiiet, Naked. Serpa takes his record's title from the name Hornby gave to its fictional tribute album and lifts the song titles, sequencing, couplets and influences laid out in the description of Crowe's tortured and lovesick opus. Guests include The Minus 5's Scott McCaughey, Laura Cantrell, Aja Warren and Edward Rogers. Wherefore Art Thou? coincides with Judd Apatow's screen adaptation of Juliet, Naked but is unrelated to the film.
1. And You Are? (Scott McCaughey on lead vocals) 2. Adultery (Aja Warren co-vocals) 3. We’re In Trouble4. In Too Deep5. Who Do You Love? 6. Dirty Dishes (Laura Cantrell co-vocals)7. The Better Man8. The Twentieth Call Of The Day 9. Blood Ties 10. You And Your Perfect Life
It’s no secret that The Smithereens grew up listening to The Beatles. They paid homage to the group’s landmark Capitol debut album by lovingly re-recording Meet The Beatles in its entirety. This time The Smithereens dug through their treasure of early Beatles singles and selected a dozen of Beatles B-sides. Originally released on vinyl in January of 2009 as a 2 disc set combined with Meet The Beatles, which has been out of print for five years. This marks the first vinyl stand-alone release for this part. For Beatle fans everywhere the final kick to this unique package is the orange and yellow swirl vinyl which was the original color combination for the label on the Capitol Records Beatles singles.
A1 Thank You Girl A2 There's A Place A3 I'll Get You A4 You Can't Do That A5 Ask Me Why A6 Cry For A Shadow
B1 P.S. I Love You B2 I'm Happy Just To Dance With You B3 If I Fell B4 Slow Down B5 I Don't Want To Spoil The Party B6 Some Other Guy
Soul Asylum first hit the Minneapolis music scene in early 1981. Core members Dave Pirner, Dan Murphy, and Karl Mueller met at local punk rock shows. Coming up in the shadow of formidable bands like Hüsker Dü and The Replacements, who they were all big fans of, was daunting but, ultimately, it inspired them to make a name for themselves. Soul Asylum stood out immediately because of their work ethic and smart, punky hard rock sound. They made four records for hometown label Twin/Tone Records, before moving on to the majors; first A&M, then Columbia where they scored two platinum albums and won a Best Rock Song Grammy® for “Runaway Train.” This special five-LP boxed set brings together Soul Asylum’s earliest albums (Say What You Will . . . Anything Can Happen, Made To Be Broken, and While You Were Out), their classic EP (Clam Dip & Other Delights), and the bonus track compilation and special new album (Twin/Tone Extras), a compilation that picks up select bonus tracks featured on the CD reissues of Soul Asylum’s Twin/Tone releases. The boxed set is co-produced by Twin/Tone Records cofounder and Replacements manager Peter Jesperson and Grammy®-winner and Omnivore Recordings co-founder Cheryl Pawelski. The Twin/Tone Years reaches back for some of the earliest Soul Asylum recordings as Loud Fast Rules and traces the history of the band through their indie, pre-major label years. A 20-page book is included with liner notes and previously unseen photos and memorabilia. The albums are being reissued on vinyl for the first time since their original releases, and have been restored and mastered by Grammy®-award winning engineer, Michael Graves at Osiris Studio and cut by Chris Muth at Taloowa. The Record Store Day Black Friday release includes a 20-page book with liner notes and previously unseen photos and memorabilia.
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This single features a brand new song from Sting & Shaggy on the heels of their chart-topping, island-inspired album 44/876, with a guest verse from dancehall sensation Ding Dong. The B-side includes a modern mash-up of the two Grammy-award winning artists’ greatest hits, recorded live on The 44/876 Tour.
“Skank Up (Oh Lawd) ft. Ding Dong” - B side is “Oh Carolina/We’ll Be Together (Live)”
Their debut album, remastered and released with a bonus CD of music recorded live at The House of Brick in 2002.
Side A 1) Get Inside (Explicit Remastered Version) 2) Orchids (Remastered Version) 3) Cold Reader (Explicit Remastered Version) 4) Blotter (Remastered Version)5) Choose (Explicit Remastered Version) 6) Monolith (Remastered Version)
Side B 1) Inhale (Remastered Version) 2) Bother (Explicit Remastered Version) 3) Blue Study (Explicit Remastered Version) 4) Take A Number (Remastered Version) 5) Idle Hands (Explicit Remastered Version) 6) Tumult (Remastered Version) 7) Omega (Explicit Remastered Version)
1) Intro (Superego) (Live 2002) 2) Get Inside (Explicit Live 2002) 3) Orchids (Live 2002) 4) The Wicked (Live 2002) 5) Idle Hands (Explicit Live 2002) 6) Choose (Explicit Live 2002) 7) Rules Of Evidence (Live 2002) 8) Inhale (Live 2002) 9) Blue Study (Explicit Live 2002) 10) Cold Reader (Explicit Live 2002) 11) Blotter (Live 2002) 12) Monolith (Live 2002)
Livemiles is the sixth live album by Tangerine Dream, and their last with Chris Franke. The first half of the album purports to be a recording of the June 8, 1986 concert in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and the second is a remixed version of part of the August 1, 1987 concert in West Berlin, Germany. Packaging for this never-before-on-vinyl edition includes: spine side (LP OBI), cardboard gatefold jacket with two pockets, printed inner sleeves, and opaque purple vinyl with original record labels.
Livemiles Part One (The Albuquerque Concert) | Livemiles Part Two (The West-Berlin Concert)
Bass legend Mike Watt (Minutemen, The Stooges, fIREHOSE) teams up with Bucky Pope (Tar Babies), John Herndon (Tortoise), Vince Meghrouni (Bazooka), and Pete Mazich (The Secondmen) for their new project, Tone Scientists, on this limited edition seven inch. Side A features a Bucky Pope original, Nuts. On side B, the group takes on Sun Ra's "Tiny Pyramids" with incredible results. Both tracks are previously unreleased, and were recorded just for Record Store Day Black Friday 2018. Half of the pressing, randomly shipped, will come on silver color vinyl, with the other half on standard black vinyl.
3 x 4 is a celebration of L.A.'s Paisley Underground scene of the mid-80s featuring four of the scene's most notorious bands each covering the songs of the others - four bands covering three songs each - "3 x 4" get it? The bands are The Bangles, The Three O'Clock, The Dream Syndicate and Rain Parade. These are brand new 2018 recordings.
Side B Getting Out of Hand - The Three O'Clock Real World - Rain Parade Hero Takes A Fall - The Dream Syndicate
Side R You Are My Friend - The Dream Syndicate Talking In My Sleep - The Bangles What She's Done to Your Mind - The Three O'Clock
Side T Jet Fighter - The Bangles She Turns to Flowers - The Dream Syndicate As Real As Real - Rain Parade
Side D Tell Me When It's Over - The Three O'Clock (long version) That's What You Always Say - The Bangles When You Smile - Rain Parade
3 x 4 is a celebration of L.A.'s Paisley Underground scene of the mid-80s featuring four of the scene's most notorious bands each covering the songs of the others - four bands covering three songs each - "3 x 4" get it? The bands are The Bangles, The Three O'Clock, The Dream Syndicate and Rain Parade. These are brand new 2018 recordings.
1. Getting Out of Hand - The Three O'Clock 2. Real World - Rain Parade 3. Hero Takes A Fall - The Dream Syndicate4. You Are My Friend - The Dream Syndicate 5. Talking In My Sleep - The Bangles 6. What She's Done to Your Mind - The Three O'Clock 7. Jet Fighter - The Bangles 8. She Turns to Flowers - The Dream Syndicate 9. As Real As Real - Rain Parade 10. Tell Me When It's Over - The Three O'Clock (long version)
In its first era, Big Star's musical style drew on The Beatles, the Rolling Stones and The Byrds. They produced a style that foreshadowed the alternative rock of the 1980s and 1990s. Before it broke up, Big Star created a “seminal body of work that never stopped inspiring succeeding generations” in the words of Rolling Stone as the “quintessential American power pop band” and “one of the most mythic and influential cult acts in all of rock & roll”. During the group’s hiatus in the 1980s, the Big Star discography drew renewed attention when R.E.M. and the Replacements, as well as other popular bands, cited the group as an influence. Now for the first time ever on vinyl is this amazing tribute to Big Star. Featuring the likes of Afghan Whigs, Mathew Sweet, Juliana Hatfield, Whiskeytown and Wilco plus
1. Gin Blossoms - Back Of A Car 2. The Afghan Whigs - Nightime 3. Matthew Sweet - Ballad Of El Goodo 4. Juliana Hatfield - Don't Lie To Me 5. Idle Wilds - You Get What You Deserve 6. Whiskeytown - Give Me Another Chance 7. Kelly Willis - When My Baby's Beside Me 8. Teenage Fanclub - Jesus Christ 9. The Posies - What's Goin Ahn 10. Wilco - Thirteen 11. Big Star - Hot Thing
Perfect to kick off the holiday season, the all-new KIDZ BOP Christmas features twenty-five holiday favorites sung by kids for kids! This double LP features a green Disc 1 and a red Disc 2, exclusively for record stores starting on Record Store Day Black Friday!
Side A: 1.) It’s The Most Wonderful Time of The Year 2.) Santa Claus is Coming To Town 3.) All I Want For Christmas Is You 4.) Santa Tell Me 5.) Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow! 6.) Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas
Side B: 7.) Mistletoe 8.) Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree 9.) Christmas (Baby Please Come Home) 10.) Last Christmas 11.) Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer 12.) Blue Christmas
Side C: 13.) The Twelve Days Of Christmas 14) Feliz Navidad 15.) A Holly Jolly Christmas 16.) You’re A Mean One, Mr. Grinch 17.) Little Saint Nick 18.) Do You Want To Build A Snowman?
Side D: 19.) Jingle Bell Rock 20.) Deck The Halls 21.) Silver Bells 22.) Frosty The Snowman 23.) White Christmas 24.) I Wish It Could Be Christmas Every Day 25.) GO CHRISTMAS!
Recorded live at LookOut Records' The LookOuting Festival in January 2017 at 924 Gilman St (all ages, DIY, volunteer-run venue). Each side of each LP is a day of the festival - one song from each band. Includes The Mr. T Experience, The Wynona Ryders, and more! All profits will go to 924 Gilman St.
1. Black Cat Music - Hands In The Estuary 2. Kamala & The Karnivores - Back To Bodie 3. The Criminals - Fuk Shit Up 4. The Sewer Trout Experience - People Like Me 5. Tilt - Crying Jag
6. Tilt - Cover Song Clip (LP Bonus Track - not on track list)
1. Scherzo - Another 2. The Wynona Riders - Childhood Game 3. Surrogate Brains - Downtown 4. Corrupted Morals - Be All You Can Be 5. Monsula - I See
Side C 1. The Potatomen - Punk Rock Boy 2. Brent's T.V. - Everybody's Baby 3. Squirtgun - Mary Ann 4. The Smugglers - Vancouver B.C. 5. Pansy Division - James Bondage 6. The Mr. T Experience - Gilman St.Side D 1. The Jimmies - Chevy Van 2. Juke - Put The Cat Out 3. Black Fork - Dirty Faced Kid 4. The Avengers - Teenage Rebel 5. Nuisance - Harvest Time"
Arts & Crafts, in collaboration with Massey Hall, presents the inaugural volume of Live At Massey Hall, a special collection of compilations from the concert and film series at the legendary Toronto venue. This release captures many magical moments as an unparalleled selection of next generation Canadian legends make history in the limelight of the country's most renowned concert hall. Specially curated by Arts & Crafts, the first edition of this series features transcendent performances: from the pin-drop storytelling of Andy Shauf and Destroyer, to the forever echoing call-and-response anthems of Constantines and Japandroids.
A 2LP set celebrating the 60th anniversary of Ric Records, the legendary New Orleans R&B label, and its sister label Ron Records (launched in 1959). Featuring music from Professor Longhair, Irma Thomas, Eddie Bo, and Al Johnson. Lacquers cut at Well Made Music under the supervision of Clint Holley with new liner notes by Grammy-winning producer Scott Billington. We're adding a ittle N'Awlins flavor to our Black Friday at record stores this year.
Side A 1. Professor Longhair – GO TO THE MARDI GRAS 2. Chris Kenner – ROCKET TO THE MOON 3. Eddie Bo – EVERY DOG GOT HIS DAY 4. Irma Thomas – I MAY BE WRONG 5. Robert Parker – WALKIN’ 6. Johnny Adams – A LOSING BATTLE 7. Martha Carter – YOU CAN IF YOU THINK YOU CAN
Side B 1. Irma Thomas – DON’T MESS WITH MY MAN 2. Al Johnson – YOU DONE ME WRONG 3. Johnny Adams – LIFE IS JUST A STRUGGLE 4. Edgar Blanchard – LONESOME GUITAR 5. Eddie Bo – TELL IT LIKE IT IS 6. Professor Longhair – TIPITINA (demo) 7. Lenny Capello and the Dots – TOOTLES
Side C 1. Al Johnson – CARNIVAL TIME 2. Tommy Ridgley – DOUBLE EYE WHAMMY 3. Eddie Bo – GOOD ENOUGH FOR ME 4. Johnny Adams – (OH WHY) I WON’T CRY 5. Professor Longhair – CUTTIN’ OUT 6. Joe Jones – YOU TALK TOO MUCH 7. Martha Nelson – I DON’T TALK TOO MUCH
Side D 1. Eddie Bo – CHECK MR. POPEYE (PART I) 2. Mercy Baby – PLEADIN’ 3. Lee Tillman & Bud Stewart's Top Notchers – WILL TRAVEL 4. Barbara Lynn – FOUND MY GOOD THING (demo)5. Tommy Ridgley – IN THE SAME OLD WAY 6. Eddie Bo – DINKY DOO 7. The Velvetiers – FEELIN’ RIGHT SATURDAY NIGHT
Something Weird Video was founded in 1990 by Mike Vraney in Seattle, Washington. He was inspired by his teenage job as a theater projectionist. His love for the obscure films that never made it to video prompted him to transfer hundreds of ancient reels of film to VHS and DVD. The company specializes in exploitation/sexploitation films of the '30s through the '70s. Iconic purveyors of the lost and the strange, Something Weird Video, have partnered with Modern Harmonic to bring you 2 CDs of the greatest songs and soundbites from their voluminous catalog of filth and general grindhouse fodder. Truly Something Weird indeed.
A1. The Hell Raisers – The Syd Dale Orchestra A2. Mamma A Go-Go – Perez Prado A3. The Bird Is The Word – Rocky Roberts and the Airedales A4. Hot Blooded Woman – Whit Boyd A5. Don’t Make Me Mad – Lee Dowell A6. The Wild Scene – The Penny Arcade A7. Put The Clock Back On The Wall – The E-Types A8. Is It On - Is It Off – The Bit’ A Sweet A9. The Right Kind – The Jaybirds A10. Beware Of The 4-D Witch – Joe Bisko / Attila Galamb A11. The Action Scene – Alan Hawkshaw A12. A Sweet Sickness – Raul and the Revelations A13. It’s A Revolution Mother – Mandarin Gate with Chris Martell A14. Soorangi – Jim HughesA15. Bummer – The Group A16. Musical Mutiny Trailer A17. Different Now – The Love Generation
B1. Swinging City (Mood Three) – John Barry and His Orchestra B2. Johnny’s Dive – Robert Farnon B3. Strip Blues – Bob Freedman and His Orchestra B4. Jane Bond Theme – Johnny Hawksworth B5. Mood One – John Barry and His Orchestra B6. A Taste Of Flesh Opening Credit Theme B7. Hot Blooded Woman Incidental Music – The Tony Harrison Trio B8. My Brother’s Wife Opening Credit Theme B9. Easy Macumba – Armando Sciascia B10. Hot Thrills Warm Chills Opening Credit Theme B11. Shanty Tramp – Betty Dickson B12. Yipes Stripes – The Huntington Astronauts B13. Speed Lovers – Billy Lee Riley B14. (Be A) Black Belt – Lee Dowell B15. The Ladybirds – At The Blue Bunny B16. I Want A Woman – Tony & et Cetra B17. Love Cool – John Gabriel B18. Love Goddess – Neil Patrick B19. The Female Of The Species – Meg Myles
The all acoustic Goin' Way Back was recorded in a single afternoon in a Montreal rooming house during a 1967 Canadian tour. In between shows, Muddy and his band gathered in a living room, armed only with acoustic guitar, for a spirited walk through threir collective blues memory. An interesting side note is that legendary pianist Otis Spann is confined exclusively to guitar here, as are the other members of Muddy's group. Goin' Way Back is a unique, appealing snapshot of the acoustic Delta roots that the Chicago blues godfather never abandoned. This Record Store Day Black Friday release is part of the Justin Time Essentials Collection.
A1 Gypsy Woman, A2 Little Anna Mae , A3 My Home Is on the Delta, A4 Take a Little Walk, A5 Mean Disposition, B1 Laverne (Why Do You Treat Me So Mean?), B2 Leavin’ in the Mornin’, B3 Got a Sweet Little Girl , B4 Bad Lovin’ Trouble, B5 Nothin’ Bother Me, B6 Crazy ‘Bout You Baby
Würm was a sludge metal band started in 1973 by bass player Chuck Dukowski, who would later join Black Flag. Without Würm, the genres of punk rock and hardcore would never have been the same. The band's practice space, the Würmhole - a hangout for musicians in Hermosa Beach during the mid-late 70's - is where Keith Morris and Greg Ginn met Dukowski and ultimately formed the original Black Flag line-up. The band's only album, Feast, was released in 1985 after the band's demise. With the help of Chuck Dukowski, the long-out-of-print LP is being "exhumed" and reissued, along with a second LP featuring unreleased tracks, demos, and more. The package comes complete with retrospective liner notes from Dukowski himself, plus never-before-seen photos from the early days. The double LP release will come on a limited edition color vinyl presisng, exclusively for Record Store Day Black Friday.
A1 Feast A2 Should We Be Proud A3 98 Da A4 Bad Habits
B1 Padded Cell B2 Where Will We Run B3 Nailed To The Wall B4 Song For Jimmy B5 Robin Doggin B6 Deathride
C1 Im' Dead C2 We're Off C3 Time Has Come C4 Modern Man C5 Black Swan
D1 Sewer Rock D2 Daily Dose D3 Guitar D4 Depth Charge D5 I've Heard It Before
The Flamin' Groovies perform live at the Vaillencourt Fountain at Justin Herman Plaza with the same line-up as the group that recorded for Seymour Stein on Sire Records. The performance was broadcast live on KSAN radio. Fire orange translucent with black streaks vinyl.
Side 1 1. Introductione (:17) 2. I'll Feel A Whole Lot Bettere (2:28) 3. Between the Lines (3:49) 4. Please, Please Me (2:18) 5. Fall On You ( 2:08) 6. From Me To You (1:55) 7. 19th Nervous Breakdown 8. Baby, Please Don't Go (4:08) 9. Tell Me Again (2:12)
Side 2 1. Paint It Black (3:01) 2. All I Wanted (3:04) 3. First Plane Home (3:59) 4. I Can't Hide (3:38) 5. Shake Some Action (4:29) 6. Around & Around (3:24) 7. Let It Rock (3:46) 8. I Want You Bad (2:36)