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Genre > Rock > Alt & Grunge
WaitingColored Vinyl With 7" Single!
On December 7, 1999, the then-fledgling Eyeball Records released the debut album by New Jersey band called Thursday. Waiting, in itself, made modest waves during its initial release, but as the band prepared its follow-up—2001's breakthrough Full Collapse—Thursday's debut quickly became more of a herald than an introduction: This is the sound of a band in the middle of a discovery process that would eventually take them to legendary status around the world. Having officially gone out of print when Eyeball ceased operations, Waiting has been unavailable in physical, digital, and streaming formats since 2012. But this year, on the fifteenth anniversary of its release, Collect Records is finally giving this classic album the special deluxe edition reissue package it deserves. Waiting: The 15-Year Anniversary Edition features the original album remastered and repackaged with a die-cut sleeve, original liner notes, and a bonus 7" EP featuring previously unreleased demos from this period—including one never-before-released song.1. Porcelain
2. This Side of Brightness
3. Ian Curtis
5. Streaks in the Sky
6. In Transmission
7. Dying in New Brunswick
8. The Dotted Line
9. Where the Circle Ends
1. This Side of Brightness (Demo)
2. Dying in New Brunswick (Demo)
3. Mass as Shadows (Previously Unreleased)
$19.99Colored Vinyl LP + 7" - SealedBuy Now
Suburban MythYou could say that Sick Feeling are a Brooklyn-based band, and you’d be right, but their story is one that originates in Berkeley, Austin, Philadelphia, and the suburban New Jersey sprawl — scenes best known for their raw and trenchant undergrounds, vanguard cities to many.
You could say that Sick Feeling are a new band, and even though Suburban Myth is their debut album, that’s almost true. They’ve been together for two years, but their ranks have well-established histories playing in a wide-ranging list of bands including Ink & Dagger, …And You Will Know Us By The Trail of Dead, and the Mongoloids, among others.
You could also say that Sick Feeling are a hardcore-punk band, and you’d be right in the most fundamental sense, but what does that even mean when we’re talking about a band that once curated a photo exhibit in New York and then showed up to play inside of a twelve-foot square box for three nonstop hours? A CBGB Sunday Matinee it was not, but risks like these speak to hardcore’s historic sense of testing boundaries and appropriating space. After hearing Suburban Myth, you will be hard-pressed to say that Sick Feeling haven’t somehow transformed their nascent punk paradigms into a viable model of what it means to be young and fucked up and still turned off by self-defeating ennui. Which means that the worst possible thing would be to confuse this band with the past-due punk of pessimism and power chords. Sick Feeling is the sound of American nostalgia being turned inside out.1. Gave Back (Suburban Myth Part 1)
2. Not No (Sick Feeling)
3. Liberal Arts
4. Natural Ice
5. I’m Chafing
6. The Americans
7. Suburban Myth (Part 2)
11. The Party
$16.99Vinyl LP - SealedBuy Now
PBX Funicular Intaglio Zone (Out Of Stock)As one of the world’s most respected guitarists in one of rock’s most commercially successful bands, John Frusciante seemingly had it all figured out. So when the famed alternative guitar guru opted out of his second stint as a member of the Red Hot Chili Peppers in 2009, many racked their brains for an explanation. But listening to PBX Funicular Intaglio Zone, it’s clear that Frusciante had an itch that the Peppers couldn’t scratch. A record as sprawling, layered, and flat-out bizarre as its title would suggest, reveling instead in an eclectic mix of electronica, funk, free jazz, and krautrock.
The record’s break from the Peppers’ funk rock formula shouldn’t come as a complete surprise to those familiar with Frusciante’s past solo efforts, which have always been hard to categorize. Some, like 2004′s Ian MacKaye-produced DC EP, keep things on a straight and narrow pop rock path, while others, like 2001′s To Record Only Water For Ten Days, are more enigmatic. But even with that caveat, PBX is Frusciante’s most challenging and niche effort to date. “Bike”, with its Buddy Rich-on-crank drum intro and skittering Pro Tools backbeat, sounds like a sonic freak-out from the year 2036, whereas “Ratisug” works its way back toward center while preserving the record’s heavy electronic lean.
The LP is anything but even-keeled, and the music constantly changes course, often within the same song. But with repeated listens, that quickly becomes part of its zonked-out charm. PBX is a record strung out on big, sometimes half-baked ideas and lots of lofty ambition, and fortunately Frusciante has accrued enough good will for listeners to let him off the leash some. It hits (it’s hard to listen to the beginning of “Mistakes” without thinking of that A-Ha video from 1987) and it misses (“Uprane?” Good God, what’s happening?), but still it keeps the air underneath its wings. If Frusciante had to bail on his Peppers gig to find inspiration, at least the result tickles the eardrums in some unexpected ways.1. – IntroSabam
2. – Hear Say
3. – Bike
4. – Ratiug
5. – Guitar
6. – Mistakes
7. – Uprane
8. – Sam
9. – Sum
10. – Ratiug [Acapella Version]
11. – Walls And Doors$23.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs SealedTemporarily out of stock
Alternative rock first emerged in Britain in the late 70s and early 80s, but it didn’t really hit its stride until the 90s with the arrival of bands like the Red Hot Chili Peppers and
Alternative rock first emerged in Britain in the late 70s and early 80s, but it didn’t really hit its stride until the 90s with the arrival of bands like the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Jane’s Addiction. That was also right around the time that Nirvana and Pearl Jam fueled the grunge rock explosion.
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