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  • Let It Reign (Awaiting Repress) Let It Reign (Awaiting Repress) Quick View

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    Let It Reign (Awaiting Repress)

    Carl Barât & his new band The Jackals announce the release of their debut album Let It Reign. Let It Reign was recorded in LA and London and was produced by Joby J. Ford (The Bronx).
    1. Glory Days
    2. Victory Gin
    3. Summer In The Trenches
    4. A Storm Is Coming
    5. Beginning To See
    6. March Of The Idle
    7. We Want More
    8. War Of The Roses
    9. The Gears
    10. Let It Rain
    Carl Barat & The Jackals
    Vinyl LP - Sealed AWAITING REPRESS Buy Now
  • Furiosity (Awaiting Repress) Furiosity (Awaiting Repress) Quick View

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    Furiosity (Awaiting Repress)

    Hamilton riff-rockers, and recent JUNO nominees Monster Truck have announced details behind their long-awaited debut album, Furiosity, due for release May 28, 2013 via Dine Alone Records.

    Furiosity, was produced by JUNO-nominated Eric Ratz (Billy Talent, Three Days Grace, Cancer Bats) at Vespa Studios in Toronto and Echo Mountain Studios in Asheville, North Carolina.

    The album will include a bonus track "Win / Lose" on both the digital and vinyl versions.

    1 Old Train
    2 The Lion

    3 Power of the People

    4 Sweet Mountain River

    5 Psychics
    6 Oh Lord
    7 For The Sun

    8 Boogie
    9 Undercover Love

    10 The Giant

    11 Call It The Spade

    12 My Love Is True
    Monster Truck
    Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed AWAITING REPRESS Buy Now
  • American V: A Hundred Highways American V: A Hundred Highways Quick View

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    American V: A Hundred Highways

    The ethical questions surrounding this final album in the American Recordings series are as unavoidable as they are, ultimately, peripheral. While the
    vocal tracks were recorded in the months just prior to Johnny Cash's passing in September 2003, the arrangements weren't undertaken until two years
    later. And though producer Rick Rubin had become a trusted friend, the Man in Black wasn't around to approve or disapprove, let alone guide, the final
    sessions. However, if the pure power of these recordings doesn't quiet the skeptics, nothing will. With Heartbreakers Mike Campbell and Benmont Tench
    and slide guitar session pro Smokey Hormel on board (all three of whom appear on earlier Cash albums), along with guitarists Matt Sweeney and Johnny
    Polansky, the sound is stately and acoustic, but rarely staid, even as the dynamics of earlier recordings in the series are absent. Instead, the songs have
    a measured, elegiac intensity, the sound of musicians choosing their notes carefully and making just the right choices.

    The songs Cash sings are, unsurprisingly, confessional and reflective: his mortality and his mistakes, his maker and his salvation, and the loss of his wife
    June and the end of his career may have weighed on his mind, but in these songs he both embodies and transcends his personal history. On God's
    Gonna Cut You Down, as the musicians clap and stomp behind him, his voice cuts through the air like that same avenging hand. On the new original
    Like the 309--the last song Cash ever wrote--he cops to being short of breath, and that voice becomes a metaphor for what each of us will one day face.
    On Gordon Lightfoot's If You Read My Mind, Rubin flirts with overwhelming the damp bittersweetness of Cash's phrasing in tasteful atmospherics, but
    the voice is implacable, hitting and finding notes one never expected he'd have the will to find. Likewise, it's hard to believe this is his first recording of Ian
    Tyson's Four Strong Winds; the elemental narrative seems to have been written for him. Two songs, however, Cash has recorded before: the bornagain
    hymn I Came to Believe and the final spiritual, I'm Free from the Chain Gang Now. The latter especially is a definitive testament, as is his version
    of Bruce Springsteen's Further On (Up the Road). One sunny morning we'll rise, I know / And I'll meet you further on up the road, he sings. If only,
    John, if only. --Roy Kasten

    1. Help Me (Album Version)
    2. God's Gonna Cut You Down (Album Version)
    3. Like The 309 (Album Version)
    4. If You Could Read My Mind (Album Version)
    5. Further On Up The Road (Album Version)
    6. On The Evening Train (Album Version)
    7. I Came To Believe (Album Version)
    8. Love's Been Good To Me (Album Version)
    9. A Legend In My Time (Album Version)
    10. Rose Of My Heart (Album Version)
    11. Four Strong Winds (Album Version)
    12. I'm Free From The Chain Gang Now (Album Version)
    Johnny Cash
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
  • Sitcom Afterlife Sitcom Afterlife Quick View

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    Sitcom Afterlife

    Their songs are full of rich, rural details: frozen lakes, swaying
    trees, highway lights glowing in the deep night. - Rolling Stone

    Milia's lyrics roll like rich literature and are just as visually
    descriptive. - All Music Guide

    As a band steeped in the rose tint of the early 90's, the
    references to a collective history we all hold fondly are intrinsic to
    Frontier Ruckus' songcraft. The band embarked upon a trilogy of
    records surrounding these themes of place: the rust of a
    Midwestern suburbia anywhere and the edifice of those oft
    crumbling surroundings baked with the deeply passionate
    memories they evoke. The Orion Songbook (2008), Deadmalls &
    Nightfalls (2010), and Eternity of Dimming (2013) served as a trinity
    of sorts to the gravity of those View-Master cartridge visions. In
    listening one clicks thru song-slides of Matthew Milia's densely
    worded sermons, if you will, belted and cooed with a timbre that is
    full and fragile all at once, held together with netting from long-time
    friend David Jones' angular banjo throes, and fleshed out by a
    thick quasi-orchestra of brass, chord organ, and saw by Zachary
    Nichols. Long-time vocalist Anna Burch returns to touring with
    the band, providing a honey-sweet gelatin that firmly bases yet
    sets each song into a full-throated fire.

    Time has settled things, the fossils of those first records remain,
    but a new rolling house has been built upon it by the band, as if
    pulled from show to show, tour stop to tour stop. Milia and
    company aren't stopping. There's some place to be. Now 6 years
    on from their first full length, lauds from NPR, Paste, Rolling Stone,
    and Daytrotter in the rear-view, and remnants of tours to Europe
    and each corner of these United States scattered in fanny-packs
    and hollow-body guitar cases, Sitcom Afterlife speaks with a more compact and frontal
    approach. In these new songs Frontier Ruckus isn't retreading
    those two-lane highways they've came on, but leaning forward -
    there's a structured forward motion to this collection, a sense of
    urgency toward the present, and a brevity that speaks of
    immediate passion - not disregarding that lived-in past but also
    not forlornly dragging it behind this shiny-new Airstream trailer that
    is Sitcom Afterlife.

    1. The Splendid World
    2. Bathroom Stall Hypnosis
    3. Sad Modernity
    4. Very Well
    5. Crabapples In The Century's Storm
    6. Darling Anonymity
    7. Down In The Morning We Thought We'd Never Lose
    8. Little Henrietta
    9. Counterfeits
    10. A&W Orange and Brown
    Frontier Ruckus
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  • I Knew You When I Knew You When Quick View

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    I Knew You When

    Capitol Records recording artist Bob Seger's 18th studio album, I KNEW YOU WHEN, was recorded in Nashville and Detroit.

    The new set features Seger's tribute to Lou Reed, a rockin' cover of Reed's "Busload of Faith". Seger also includes tributes to his friend Glenn Frey, in the heartfelt self-penned "Glenn Song", and to Leonard Cohen with a timely cover of Cohen's "Democracy". Seger dedicates the album to the memory of Glenn Frey.

    I KNEW YOU WHEN also features the reflective title track, uptempo rockers "The Highway", "Runaway Train", and "Blue Ridge", an ode to the history and beauty of the Appalachian Mountains, and the passionate guitar driven ballad, "I'll Remember You".

    I KNEW YOU WHEN is Seger's first new studio album since his 2014 release RIDE OUT, which was Seger's highest charting debut entering Billboard's Top 200 Albums at #3 and Billboard's Rock Albums chart at #1.

    With the new album Seger and Capitol mark their 49th year, extending Seger's record as the longest tenured solo artist in the storied label's history. Seger has been inducted in both the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and the Songwriters Hall of Fame and was honored with Billboard's "Legend of Live" award at the 12th annual Billboard Touring Conference & Awards in 2015 for his significant and lasting impact on the touring industry.

    Seger has earned 13 platinum and 7 multi-platinum RIAA Certified sales awards, including his studio albums BEAUTIFUL LOSER, NIGHT MOVES, STRANGER IN TOWN, AGAINST THE WIND, LIKE A ROCK, THE DISTANCE, THE FIRE INSIDE, FACE THE PROMISE and his double live albums LIVE BULLET and NINE TONIGHT. Earlier this year, Seger's GREATEST HITS album was certified diamond by the RIAA for achieving 10 million units sold in the U.S.

    1. Gracile
    2. Busload of Faith
    3. The Highway
    4. I Knew You When
    5. I'll Remember You
    6. The Sea Inside
    7. Marie
    8. Runaway Train
    9. Something More
    10. Democracy
    Bob Seger
    Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
  • Straight Outta Compton (20th Anniversary) Straight Outta Compton (20th Anniversary) Quick View

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    Straight Outta Compton (20th Anniversary)

    Ranked 144/500 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.

    Straight Outta Compton is the debut studio album by American hip hop group N.W.A, released August 8, 1988, on group member Eazy-E's record label Ruthless Records. Its title refers to the group's native town, Compton, California. Production for the album was handled by Dr. Dre, with DJ Yella giving co-production. The album has been viewed as the pioneering record of gangsta rap; with its ever-present profanity and violent lyrics, it helped to give birth to this then-new sub-genre of hip hop. It has been considered groundbreaking by music writers and has had an enormous impact on the evolution of West Coast hip hop.

    Straight Outta Compton
    F*** Tha Police
    Gangsta Gangsta
    If It Ain't Ruff
    Parental Discretion Iz Advised
    8 Ball (Remix)
    Something Like That
    Express Yourself
    Compton's N The House (Remix)
    I Ain't Tha 1
    Dopeman (Remix)
    Quiet On Tha Set
    Something 2 Dance 2

    BONUS Tracks
    F**k Tha Police (Bone Thugs-N-Harmony)
    Gangsta Gangsta (Snoop Dogg/C-Murder)
    Dopeman (Mack 10)
    If It Ain't Ruff (WC)
    Compton's N The Hous (Dr.Dre/M.C. Ren) Live
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
  • Hard Drive Hard Drive Quick View

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    Hard Drive


    Hard Drive is an album by drummer Art Blakey with The Jazz Messengers recorded in late 1957 and originally released on the Bethlehem label. AllMusic awarded the album 3 stars stating "The music on this album is typical hard bop of the period, well played and full of enthusiasm and fire". All tracks were remastered in 2012. This vinyl is made with the original artwork.

    1. For Minors Only
    2. Right Down Front

    3. Deo-X

    4. Sweet Sakeena
    5. For Miles And Miles

    6. Krafty

    7. Late Spring
    Art Blakey
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
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