Hookworms return with their new album, The Hum, which follows the Leeds quintet’s debut album Pearl Mystic - a record that steadily went on to become
one of 2013’s most impactful breakout statements in the UK!
Even more ferocious and uncompromising than its predecessor and yet more
melodic and focused, The Hum further cements the band’s status as a vital
force in British independent music. The Hum takes the blueprint of Pearl
Mystic – proto-punk, garage rock, Washington DC hardcore, 80’s British
spacerock – and further stamps it with the band’s seal. Leaner, meaner and
more propulsive thanks to the muscular playing of new drummer JN, the
record boasts both the most straight-up punk song the band have written to
date in eviscerating opener “The Impasse” (“we wanted it to sound like
Suicide if they had a full band”, explains MJ) and moments of patient,
widescreen beauty only hinted at previously.
“We were writing Pearl Mystic to an audience in the same way your diary has
an audience”, says guitarist SS. “It’s written to one but if no one ever reads
it that’s not a big deal. This time round though we knew we had a really clear
audience, so The Hum is really about different freedoms and constraints –
with Pearl Mystic the possibilities were almost too vast, this time around we
had a much clearer idea of what the record should be like and that became
freeing because we didn’t need to worry about its direction so much. That
word “free” is a good way to approach The Hum, a record that could only be
made by a band in total command of their personality.
1. The Impasse
2. On Leaving
4. Radio Tokyo
7. Off Screen
180 Gram Vinyl Mastered By Doug Sax At The Mastering Lab, Ojai, California.
Packaging: Gatefold Sleeve, Full Colour Inner Bags
Full Size, 11''x11'' 16-page Photo/Credit Booklet Including Previously Unseen Photographs From 1993 Sessions
Creative Director: Aubrey Powell, Hipgnosis / Sleeve Design By Stylorouge / Front Cover Concept By Ahmed Emad Eldin
Album Produced By David Gilmour, Phil Manzanera, Youth, Andy Jackson
The Endless River has as its starting point the music that came from the 1993 Division Bell sessions, when David Gilmour, Rick Wright and Nick Mason played freely together at Britannia Row and Astoria studios. This was the first time they had done so since the 'Wish You Were Here' sessions in the seventies. Those sessions resulted in The Division Bell, the band's last studio album.
In 2013 David Gilmour and Nick Mason revisited the music from those sessions and decided that the tracks should be made available as part of the Pink Floyd repertoire. It would be the last time the three of them would be heard together. The band have spent the last year recording and upgrading the music,using the advantages of modern studio technology to create The Endless River.
The Endless River is a tribute to Rick Wright, whose keyboards are at the heart of the Pink Floyd sound. It is a mainly instrumental album with one song, 'Louder Than Words', (with new lyrics by Polly Samson), arranged across four sides and produced by David Gilmour, Phil Manzanera, Youth and Andy Jackson.
David Gilmour said:
'''The Endless River' has as its starting point the music that came from the 1993 Division Bell sessions. We listened to over 20 hours of the three of us playing together and selected the music we wanted to work on for the new album. Over the last year we've added new parts, re-recorded others and generally harnessed studio technology to make a 21st century Pink Floyd album. With Rick gone, and with him the chance of ever doing it again, it feels right that these revisited and reworked tracks should be made available as part of our repertoire.''
Nick Mason said:
'''The Endless River' is a tribute to Rick. I think this record is a good way of recognizing a lot of what he does and how his playing was at the heart of the Pink Floyd sound. Listening back to the sessions, it really brought home to me what a special player he was.''
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1. Thing Left Unsaid
2. It's What We Do
3. Ebb and Flow
1. The Lost Art of Conversation
2. On Noodle Street
3. Night Light
4. Allons-y (1)
5. Autumn '68
6. Allons-y (2)
7. Talkin' Hawkin'
9. Eyes to Pearls
11. Louder Than Words
Evoking a mellow high on a warm Sunday afternoon, where everything is magnified and glows in
Technicolor, the debut album from Springtime Carnivore is a dreamy work of ebullient pop and
looming psychedelia. Springtime Carnivore is the nom de tune of Greta Morgan. Produced by
Morgan and sonic wizard Richard Swift (The Black Keys, The Shins, Foxygen) the album crackles with warmth, employing faded strings, blown-out drums, fuzzy guitars, and pawnshop keyboards to adorn widescreen vocals. Due out November 4th from Aquarium Drunkard’s Autumn
Tone Records, the album builds on a foundation of classic folk and pop songwriting, synthesizing
those roots with production that turns and careens unexpectedly, shooting her melodic songs in
varied light and from surprising angles: “Name on a Matchbook” merges off kilter grooves to
a strident glide; “Sun Went Black” charges marries fuzzy power pop to wistful longing; “Other
Side of the Boundary” is an aching psychedelic ballad, at once intimate but also cosmically faraway. Springtime Carnivore makes songs that sound familiar but skewed. Already a music veteran, Springtime Carnivore recently completed a tour supporting legendary soft psych band The
Zombies, with whom she shares a distinct melodic touch. The songs on the album utilize classic
approaches, but are distinctly modern. There’s an index card tacked to the wall of Morgan’s rehearsal space. It reads “no cheap tricks,” and its command is heeded on Springtime Carnivore’s
14 heavenly songs.
1. Western Pink
3. Name on a Matchbook
4. Sun Went Black
5. Foxtrot Freak (Something In The Atmosphere)
6. Other Side of the Boundary
7. Karen Bird’s Theme
8. Keep Confessing
9. Last One to Know
10. Two Scars
11. Talk to Me Slow
12. Creature Feature
13. Find a New Game
14. Low Clouds
This album is instantly recognizable as a Foo Fighters record, but there's something deeper and more musical to it. I think that these cities and these people influenced us to stretch out and explore new territory, without losing our ‘sound'."—Dave Grohl
FOO FIGHTERS have confirmed the worldwide release date of the band’s long awaited follow up the 4X-Grammy-winning, international #1 Wasting Light: The band's eighth studio album of all-new material will be titled Sonic Highways.
Produced by Butch Vig and Foo Fighters and being released in the U.S. on Roswell Records/RCA Records, Sonic Highways clocks in at just over 44 minutes and is made up of the following tracks:
Though not a soundtrack album by any stretch, Sonic Highways shares its title with the Dave Grohl-directed eight-episode HBO series described by Grohl as a love letter to the history of American music and premiering Friday, October 17 at 11 p.m.. For the album and series, Grohl, Taylor Hawkins, Nate Mendel, Chris Shiflett and Pat Smear wrote and recorded one song in each of these eight cities, delving into the local musical currents: how each region shaped these musicians in their formative years, and in turn the impact those people had on the cultural fabric of their hometowns. All songs feature local legends sitting in, with every lyric written in an unprecedented experimental style: Dave held off on putting down words until the last day of each session, so as to be inspired by the experiences, interviews for the HBO series, and other local personalities who became part of the process.
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1. Something From Nothing
2. The Feast and The Famine
4. What Did I Do?/God As My Witness
6. In The Clear
8. I Am A River
Tears for Fears’ biggest-selling album, Songs from the Big Chair, will be released in its most spectacular format on November 4, 2014, via Universal Music Enterprises. The album spawned classic songs like “Everybody Wants To Rule the World,” “Mother’s Talk,” “Shout” and “Head over Heels." Tears for Fears’ phenomenal 10-million-selling second album marked a transition in the band’s sound and catapulted them into international prominence.
2. The Working Hour
3. Everybody Wants To Rule The World
4. Mothers Talk
5. I Believe
7. Head Over Heels
Megadeth’s So Far, So Good, So What is now available as a limited edition picture disc vinyl for the first time in the U.S. The album is pressed on heavyweight vinyl and features the 2004 remastered mixes by Dave Mustaine with the original tracklisting. The album is packaged in a clear plastic sleeve.
1988’s So Far, So Good…So What! reached No. 28 on The Billboard Top 200 and features “In My Darkest Hour,” Dave Mustaine’s dark and heavy ode to the late Cliff Burton, the fast-paced “Hook In The Mouth” and a cover of “Anarchy In The U.K.,” further bridging the gap between punk and metal and featuring original Sex Pistols’ guitarist Steve Jones.
1. Into The Lungs Of Hell
2. Set The World Afire
3. Anarchy In The U.K.
4. Mary Jane
6. In My Darkest Hour
8. Hook In Mouth
Megadeth’s Rust In Peace is now available as a limited edition picture disc vinyl for the first time in the U.S. The album is pressed on heavyweight vinyl and features the 2004 remastered mixes by Dave Mustaine with the original tracklisting. The album is packaged in a clear plastic sleeve.
1990’s critically acclaimed, platinum selling Rust In Peace features live staples “Hangar 18” and “Holy Wars…The Punishment Due.” Upon its release, Rust In Peace reached No. 23 on The Billboard Top 200, was Kerrang!’s Album of the Year, and is listed as one of the 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die, Metal Hammer’s 50 Hottest Thrash Albums Of All Time and Revolver Magazine’s The 69 Greatest Metal Albums Of All Time.
1. Holy Wars...The Punishment Due
2. Hangar 18
3. Take No Prisoners
4. Five Magics
5. Poison Was The Cure
7. Tornado Of Souls
8. Dawn Patrol
9. Rust In Peace...Polaris
Megadeth’s Peace Sells…But Who’s Buying is now available as a limited edition picture disc vinyl for the first time in the U.S. The album is pressed on heavyweight vinyl and features the 2004 remastered mixes by Dave Mustaine with the original tracklisting. The album is packaged in a clear plastic sleeve.
Their groundbreaking 1986 major label debut Peace Sells…But Who’s Buying? featuring classics such as “Wake Up Dead,” “Devils Island” and “Peace Sells,” reached No. 76 on The Billboard 200 and has gone on to sell more than a million copies, going platinum in the U.S.
1. Wake Up Dead
2. The Conjuring
3. Peace Sells
4. Devils Island
5. Good Mourning/Black Friday
6. Bad Omen
7. I Ain't Superstitious
8. My Last Words
My Favourite Faded Fantasy is Damien Rice’s first collection of material in eight years and was produced by Rick Rubin and Rice himself. It is a selection of songs, which Rice says are “sung straight into the metaphorical mirror.” Intimate, frank and revitalized by making music again, My Favourite Faded Fantasy is a record that accepts one’s faults but also begins, perhaps, to appreciate one’s ability to grow up. The recording process began in Los Angeles and finished up with a cast of friends and local musicians against the stunning backdrop of Reykjavik, Iceland.
1. My Favourite Faded Fantasy
2. It Takes A Lot To Know A Man
3. The Greatest Bastard
4. I Don't Want To Change You
1. Colour Me In
2. The Box
3. Trusty And True
4. Long Long Way
Ramones Mania is a compilation album by the American punk rock band the Ramones. It was released on May 31, 1988 through Sire Records. The compilation includes 30 Ramones songs, including some single versions, namely "Sheena Is a Punk Rocker," "Needles & Pins," and "Howling at the Moon"; a b–side, "Indian Giver" and one previously unreleased song version, stereo movie mix of "Rock 'n' Roll High School".
The album contains a 50-page booklet with a short history of the Ramones, including the release dates of all their albums. Their best-selling album, it is the only Ramones album to be certified Gold in the United States.
I Wanna Be Sedated
Do You Remember Rock 'n' Roll Radio?
Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment
Beat On The Brat
Sheena Is A Punk Rocker
I Wanna Live
I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend
Bop 'Til You Drop
We're a Happy Family
Bonzo Goes To Bitburg
Needles & Pins
Howling at the Moon (Sha-La-La)
Somebody Put Something in My Drink
We Want The Airwaves
I Just Wanna Have Something To Do
The KKK Took My Baby Away
Rock 'n' Roll High School
The first solo album from the Jefferson Airplane's Grace Slick. In keeping with the spirit of the times, the musicians and composers were all part of the West Coast 'family' of the day. Co-produced by the Airplanes' Paul Kanter who also performs on the album along with David Crosby, Pete Sears, Quicksilver Messenger Services' David Freiberg (who also co-produced) and Gary Duncan who join Jack Cassidy & John Barbata from Jefferson Airplane on this West Coast classic.
2. Theme From The Movie "Manhole"
3. ?Come Again? Toucan
4. It's Only Music
5. Better Lying Down
6. Epic (#38)
Pianos Become The Teeth are from Baltimore, Maryland; the band made waves on the
scene with their 2009 debut Old Pride and gained national attention with 2011’s The
Lack Long After. Their third album and Epitaph debut, Keep You, sees the band taking a
brave step forward to craft a musical statement that truly transcends genres. “There’s
still the same amount of passion and energy inherent in this record, it’s just presented
in a different way,” frontman Kyle Durfey explains. The immediately noticeable difference is Durfey’s vocal approach that sees him traded the throat-gutting screams of
the band’s early releases with cleaner, more intelligible vocals. However anyone who
has followed the band’s trajectory—specifically the song “Hiding” from their 2013 split
with Touché Amoré—can trace the way the band’s sound has evolved from a melodic
screamo act to a group that create heaviness and weight via raw emotion instead of
distortion and dissonance. Capturing the band’s creative vision this time around, producer Will Yip (Circa Survive, Braid) enhances the band’s new vision, bringing out harmonies and swelling strings that compliment these songs in exciting ways that even the
band couldn’t initially predict . “I think it’s a musical growth not a departure,” Durfey
summarizes. “I wouldn’t say we would never make another overtly aggressive record
again but this is the record we wanted to make.”
1. Ripple Water Shine
4. Old Jaw
6. Late Lives
7. Enamor Me
9. The Queen
10. Say Nothing
Album is arguably Joan Jett's strongest non-compilation release, featuring a consistent, freewheelingly wide range of material (which the Blackhearts
really tear into) and punchier, more detailed production. Once again, Jett delivers strong, enthusiastic performances, but this time, the quality of the
material lends her equal support. The singles "Fake Friends" and "Everyday People" (the Sly & the Family Stone song) scraped the bottom of the Top 40
charts; other highlights include Jett's original "French Song," which details a ménage à trois. - Steve Huey
1. Fake Friends
3. Everyday People
4. A Hundred Feet Away
5. Secret Love
6. Star Star
7. The French Song
8. Tossin' & Turnin'
9. Why Can't We Be Happy
10. I Love Playing With Fire
11. Coney Island Whitefish
12. Had Enough
Finland's GHOST BRIGADE haunts the spaces between worlds. Their heavy, mournful music is the sound of dusk; mining the distinctive Finnish sound of sorrow and the vast, heavy drone of the post-metal cosmos. Plaintive vocals sing songs of loss, and cloak both a sonic and emotional weight that resonates deeply. 'IV: One with the Storm' is a dark, emotional, and truly moving album of the heaviest modern metal.
1. Wretched Blues
4. Disembodied Voices
5. Electra Complex
6. Stones And Pillars
8. The Knife
9. Long Way To The Graves
10. Elämä On Tulta
It should come as no surprise that after years of touring with his band Monotonix,
once hailed by SPIN as the “most exciting live rock band in rock 'n' roll", that Yonatan
Gat would carry that same intensity in his own act. After five successful years of
playing 1000 shows spanning 40 countries and 5 continents and releasing three
records on Drag City with his co-founded band, the New York-by-way-of-Tel-Aviv
guitarist took some time to himself in Portugal. While there, he set out to create a
solo album of a different sort of beat.
Inspired by African ensembles such as Orchestra Baobab, and the early work of
Brazilian psychedelic experimentalists Os Mutantes – Gat's truly amazing talents
shine out on Iberian Passage, blending his punk influences with the wild improvisational spirit of Miles Davis and Charles Mingus. Gat produced the album himself;
joining forces with Portuguese drummer Igor Domingues. The raw and unique nature
of the recording is augmented by the incredible versatility of the shredded guitar riffs melted between pulsing African-inspired drums. A masterful guitarist, Gat recently
won Village Voice's "Best Guitarist of 2013" with a sound he describes as "homeless
between the Middle East and New York."
Dream Police is an American musical production by Nick Chiericozzi and Mark
Perro. The project began in 2010 as a reservoir for ideas which had overflowed
from The Men’s drainpipe. In that same year, a two-song cassette single was self-released, with a follow-up live document in 2011.
In the summer of 2013, The Men had just come home from five straight months
of touring. For Perro and Chiericozzi, the desire to create was still strong, so they
did what they used to do when they first started the band — they started jamming.
Although the production began using the most conservative rock n’ roll devices,
Chiericozzi suggested adding drum machine to the song “Pouring Rain,” and everything changed. Over the next six months, the two Men and their collaborator
Kyle Keays-Hagerman spent countless hours reshaping every song, constructing
them from nothing. They obsessed over every tone, every part. They’d spend an
entire day on one snare crack.
The album slowly plumed into a cloud of future primitive psychedelia bursting with glimmering electronics and cinematic, vibrato storytelling. The result
of that process is Hypnotized: something borne from The Men, but free of it. It
was mixed the weekend after Tomorrow’s Hits was released, and then Perro and
Chiericozzi were off again.
2. My Mama’s Dead
4. Pouring Rain
5. All We Are
7. Let It Be
The legendary Misfits first holiday release (outside of Halloween of course), creeps down your chimney in the form of the "Horror Xmas" EP! Side one unwraps a fiendish cover of the Dr. Seuss classic, "You're a mean one, Mr. Grinch". True to the original, yet fueled by the band's signature sound, Jerry Only's ominously melodic baritone lead vocals, and guest backing vox by John Cafiero ( Osaka Popstar), the 'fits slap devilocks on every Who down in Whoville...
An infectious all-new original Misfits Xmas themed song (written by founding member Jerry Only) entitled "Island of Misfit Toys" debuts, and the band's long anticipated rendition of "Blue Christmas" surfaces in a full studio version that would even make "the King" himself snarl with holiday cheer. The Misfits serve up a nightmare before Xmas destined to become an annual tradition.
1. You're A Mean One Mr. Grinch
2. Island Of Misfit Toys -or- Blue Christmas (Variants Shipped At Random)
Features Tracks All Created For The Game, 6 Of The 7 Being Previously Unreleased
Hohokum is a distinct creative collaboration between artist
Richard Hogg and Honeyslug, a London-based game studio.
The vibrantly whimsical game emphasizes exploration and
creativity with a playful touch. With the vision to create an
experience free of typical video games pressures, Honeyslug
delivers inspiring and unique gameplay in Hohokum.
Players take on the role of a flying, Technicolor being, like a
curious kite. Travelling through the colorful world, players can
uncover secrets by interacting with elements around them in
di!erent ways—such as carrying characters to new areas on
their back or flying over objects to illuminate them. Hohokum
is full of surprise; even running into certain objects can be its
own reward, as the interaction produces music or e!ects
which add to the level’s soundtrack. From the way a player
navigates the world to how characters can communicate to
the vividly abstract artwork, Hohokum is an expressive and
mesmerizing universe. While there are goals, secrets, and
trophies discovered along the way, at its heart, Hohokum is a
playground—a place to wander about and get lost in.
The music of Hohokum mirrors the game’s eclectic and
detailed landscape, with a wide selection of Ghostly artists
contributing their songs. Between musicians and producers
like Tycho, Shigeto, Matthew Dear, and Com Truise, the
soundtrack is a fully realized exhibition of contemporary
electronic sounds. The Hohokum Soundtrack arrives as a rainbow-colored 12” vinyl sampler featuring seven
1. Tycho - L
2. Matthew Dear - Pawn In Their Game
3. Osborne - Mount Arvon
4. Geo! White - Wedding Party
5. Michna - Increasing Ambition
6. Ben Benjamin - Air Parsing
7. Shigeto - Lamp Lighting
Following the summer release of his Feel The Heat EP, Groundislava is set to release his ten song concept LP and third studio album, Frozen Throne. Part of the LA-based collective and record label known as WEDIDIT, the 24 year old self-described "cyberpunk" producer has taken
influence from 80s culture, TV, technology, sci-fi and video games and transformed it into a unique blend of minimal techno, house, R&B, trance and pop,
that is equal parts nostalgia and shiny futurism.
1. Girl Behind the Glass (feat. Rare Times)
2. Terminate Uplink
3. Frozen Throne (feat. Rare Times)
4. Under the Glow (feat. Rare Times)
5. The Descent
6. Feel the Heat (feat. Rare Times)
7. October Acid
8. A Way Out
9. October Pt. 2 (feat. Rare Times)
10. Steel Sky (feat. Rare Times)
Classic street-punk with a wide array of folk, country, garage-rock, and honky-tonk embellishments, Fistful of Hollow continues to leak into new territory with their ever-expanding infusion of influences.
2. Fistful of Hollow
3. Tell Them Told You So
4. From the Towers to the Tenements
5. Napalm South
6. More Or Less Moral
7. I’m Not Coming Home
9. Tibetan Book of the Damned
11. We Are Your Garbage
12. Tonight’s Moons
13. No Talking
15. End of the Weak
Contact is the new duo of A.E. Paterra (aka Majeure) of
famed sci-fi synth-rock group Zombi, and acclaimed
British film composer, Paul Lawler. Exploring a similar
orbit as Majeure and Zombi, multi-instrumentalist Lawler
infuses heavy doses of melody and drama to give First
Contact a sound and feel that blends late 70s Pink Floyd
sprawl, the nostalgic wonder of early 80s science
documentaries, and John Carpenter’s 80s sci-fi action
films. Equal parts fascinating and euphoric, Contact is
two masters of their respective crafts finding common
ground in zero gravity.
1. First Contact
2. Terminal Point
3. Distant Voices
Nearly 40 years ago, the Grateful Dead released Europe '72, a triple live album documenting its historic trek across Europe that became not only one of the band's best-selling releases, but also set the gold standard for live Dead.
The Grateful Deads first tour outside of North America took them to all sorts of historic and unusual venues in England, Denmark, West Germany, France, Holland and even Luxembourg. Many members of the Dead family came along on what was really an extended working vacation that was designed to both expose the Dead to new audiences and also reward the band for their unlikely conquest of America during the preceding two years. As a hedge against the costs of the nearly two-month trip, the Deads label, Warner Bros., paid for the band to lug around a 16-track recorder to capture the entire tour.
This was a band at the top of its game, still ascending in the wake of three straight hit albums: Workingmans Dead, American Beauty and the live Grateful Dead (Skull & Roses). It had been a year since the lineup had gone to its single-drummer configuration, six months since Keith Godchaux had been broken in as the groups exceptional pianist, and this marked the first tour to feature Donna Godchaux as a member of the touring band. This would also be Pigpen's final tour with the band.
There was a ton of new, unreleased material that came into the repertoire in the fall of 71 (after Skull & Roses was out) and during the spring of 72, including Tennessee Jed, Jack Straw, Hes Gone, Ramble on Rose, One More Saturday Night and Mr. Charlie. All those future classics were interspersed with songs from the aforementioned hit albums such as Cumberland Blues and Sugar Magnolia, as well as spectacular versions of Truckin and I Know You Rider.
1. Cumberland Blues (Live in England 1972 Version)
2. He's Gone (Live in Amsterdam 1972 Version)
3. One More Saturday Night (Live in England 1972 Version)
4, Jack Straw (Live in Paris 1972 Version)
5. You Win Again (Live in England 1972 Version)
6. China Cat Sunflower (Live in Paris 1972 Version)
7. I Know You Rider (Live in Paris 1972 Version)
1. Brown-Eyed Woman (Live in Denmark 1972 Version)
2. Hurts Me Too (Live in London 1972 Version)
3. Ramble On Rose (Live in England 1972 Version)
4. Sugar Magnolia (Live in Paris 1972 Version)
5. Mr. Charlie (Live in England 1972 Version)
6. Tennessee Jed (Live in Paris 1972 Version)
1. Truckin' (Live in London 1972 Version)
2. Epilogue (Live in England 1972 Version)
3. Prelude (Live in England 1972 Version)
4. Morning Dew (Live in England 1972 Version)
Celestial Shore's second album, Enter Ghost, is a directive, a
confession, and a confrontation. It's the reflection of its makers
–Sam Owens, Greg Albert, and Max Almario – and the followup
to 10x, their 2013 debut. It's a rock record, and one with the power
to time travel with its instruments intact: the electric guitar, the
electric bass, and the drum kit.
This musical skeleton is sentient. It rattled and rolled us here only
sixty years ago. We've danced with it. We've dissected it. Celestial
Shore's rock, sometimes appended with words like "art" and
"angular" (words that could describe all music), has actually
wiggled every which way since birth. It starts and stops with both
intention and abandon. Sometimes it's saying three things at once.
Sometimes it's saying one. It sounds a lot like love.
Recorded in the band's Brooklyn hometown last winter and
road-tested on tour with Deerhoof in the spring, Enter Ghost is
out on Hometapes this Fall. It begs to scratch its name into every
tree...in a forest planted by the Zombies, Hendrix, and the Pixies.
Oh, and "Gloria" isn't about a girl. It's about New York City.
1. Creation Myth
3. Now I Know
4. Same Old Cult Story
6. Shell Shocked
8. Too Cute
9. I Hide
10. Pass Go
11. Animal Ratio
Undeniably one of the greatest rock bands of all time, Creedence Clearwater Revival has sold over 50 million albums worldwide since their formation in
the 1960s, with their songs on consistent rotation on Classic Rock radio. The Complete Studio Albums (7-LP Box Set) brings together the legendary
band’s entire studio output in one comprehensive collection, all on 180-gram vinyl. The collection features all of the band’s instantly recognizable hits,
including “Proud Mary,” “Bad Moon Rising,” “Fortunate Son,” “Who’ll Stop the Rain,” “Lookin’ Out My Back Door,” “Travelin’ Band,” and “Down on the
Although their music evoked the raw, gospel-tinged sound of the rural South, Doug Clifford, Stu Cook, and Tom and John Fogerty actually hailed from El
Cerrito, CA, where, in junior high school, the boys formed a band called The Blue Velvets. By the end of 1964, the band had signed with Fantasy
Records, under the name The Golliwogs. The young band resolutely played local clubs and released a half-dozen garage rock flavored singles, before
renaming themselves Creedence Clearwater Revival in 1967. Just a few months later, the quartet released their eponymous debut under the new
Though the 1968 release of Creedence Clearwater Revival paralleled the flowering of the San Francisco music scene, the band had little in common with
the "San Francisco Sound." On the contrary, the LP contained rock standards such as Dale Hawkins's "Susie Q" and Screamin' Jay Hawkins's "I Put a
Spell on You,"(both of which became immediate hits) as well as original material by John Fogerty, who was to emerge as one of rock's most influential
1969 was an epic year in the too-short history of Creedence Clearwater Revival. In that year alone, the band released three Top Ten albums (Bayou
Country, Green River and Willy and the Poor Boys), scoring four hit singles and three charting B-sides. In addition to the incredible quantity and quality of
their releases, the band also played the Woodstock festival, performed on the Ed Sullivan show twice and toured throughout North America.
Coming off the momentum of the previous year, 1970 proved to be just as productive—if not more—for the band. Cosmo's Factory, cited in Rolling
Stone's "500 Greatest Albums of All Time" list, came out that July, and included the hits "Who'll Stop the Rain," "Lookin' Out My Back Door" and an 11-
minute rendition of Marvin Gaye’s hit "I Heard It Through the Grapevine." By the time of Pendulum's release later that year, Creedence was the top-selling
rock band in the world, coming off seven consecutive Top 10 hits.
In 1971, Tom Fogerty left the band to pursue a solo career, while the remaining members went on to record Mardi Gras, their final studio album, released
in 1972. Though the band members went their separate ways so early into their careers, CCR’s music remains as popular as ever, garnering new fans
from every generation.
This box set is a must-have for Creedence Clearwater Revival fans and vinyl collectors alike.
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Track Listing: LP 1: Creedence Clearwater Revival
1. I Put A Spell On You
2. The Working Man
3. Susie Q
4. Ninety-Nine and A Half (Won't Do)
5. Get Down Woman
8. Walk On the Water
LP 2: Bayou Country
1. Born On the Bayou
3. Graveyard Train
4. Good Golly Miss Molly
5. Penthouse Pauper
6. Proud Mary
7. Keep On Chooglin'
LP 3: Green River
1. Green River
3. Tombstone Shadow
4. Wrote a Song For Everyone
5. Bad Moon Rising
7. Cross-Tie Walker
8. Sinister Purpose
9. The Night Time Is the Right Time
LP 4: Willy and The Poor Boys
1. Down On the Corner
2. It Came Out Of The Sky
3. Cotton Fields
4. Poorboy Shuffle
5. Feelin' Blue
6. Fortunate Son
7. Don't Look Now (It Ain't You or Me)
8. The Midnight Special
9. Side o' The Road
LP 5: Cosmo's Factory
1. Ramble Tamble
2. Before You Accuse Me (Take A Look At Yourself)
3. Travelin' Band
4. Ooby Dooby
5. Lookin' Out My Back Door
6. Run Through the Jungle
7. Up Around the Bend
8. My Baby Left Me
9. Who'll Stop the Rain
10. I Heard It Through the Grapevine
11. Long As I Can See the Light
LP 6: Pendulum
1. Pagan Baby
2. Sailor's Lament
4. Have You Ever Seen the Rain?
5. (Wish I Could) Hideaway
6. Born To Move
7. Hey Tonight
8. It's Just A Thought
10. Rude Awakening #2
LP 7: Mardi Gras
1. Lookin' For A Reason
2. Take It Like A Friend
3. Need Someone To Hold
4. Tearin' Up the Country
5. Someday Never Comes
6. What Are You Gonna Do
7. Sail Away
8. Hello Mary Lou
9. Door To Door
10. Sweet Hitch-Hiker