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When The World Comes DownLimited Repress Gatefold LP On Clear Vinyl With White And Blue Starburst
The All-American Rejects began writing material for their third studio album in late December 2006 after wrapping up their Tournado tour, and continued through into the new year. But due to further touring and promotion for their second album Move Along, the band did not enter the studio until nearly a year later. This was also the first time lyricists Nick Wheeler and Tyson Ritter tried new methods of writing by escaping to various regional areas in North America to conceive new lyrics so that the songs could sound honest.
The first songs to be written that made it onto the album were I Wanna, Back to Me, and Breakin'. While I Wanna was written over a six-month period, with Ritter making constant refinements, the following songs Gives You Hell and Another Heart Calls were all written during a road trip to Vancouver, Canada, with Fallin' Apart and Mona Lisa (When the World Comes Down) getting scored in Rabun County, Georgia, the latter of which was recorded live in one take. The album was later named When the World Comes Down as Ritter saw the title track as a perfect, simple work of art.
The All-American Rejects began recording for When the World Comes Down at Skywalker Ranch in San Rafael, California and later at Barefoot Studios with producer Eric Valentine. The 16-piece orchestra featured on a dozen of the tracks was recorded at Warner Brothers Studios in Burbank, California.
In an interview with She Knows Entertainment, Ritter commented I think When the World Comes Down has been a journey. I was twenty-three when I started writing this record. I'm twenty-four now... people say when you graduate college you figure out who you are. If I had graduated college, this would be that moment - now. I think I was most questioning life when I was getting off the road with Move Along and this record was therapy for me. It's everything I needed it to be for me.1. I Wanna
2. Fallin' Apart
3. Damn Girl
4. Gives You Hell
5. Mona Lisa
7. Another Heart Calls
8. Real World
9. Back To Me
11. The Wind Blows
13. Untitled$19.99Colored Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Miss You Already Soundtrack (Colored Vinyl)First Pressing Of 500 Numbered Copies On White & Green Vinyl
180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl, 4-page Booklet and PVC Protective Sleeve
Miss You Already (starring Drew Barrimore and Toni Collette) is the emotional story of the friendship between two life-long girlfriends being put to the test when one starts a family and the other falls ill.
Cutting-edge artists Paloma Faith and Labrinth recorded their songs especially for the movie -written by none other than multiple Grammy winner Dianne Warren. The soundtrack also features Toni Collette (actress) and Tyson Ritter (lead singer of All American Rejects).
Other stellar musicians also contributed songs to the soundtrack of Miss You Already - Michael Stipe and REM, Moby, Broken Bells, Sarah Jackson-Holman, Band of Skulls, Hentai Superstar, and Opus Orange - adding emotional depth to the film. Joan Jett wrote the title song''Miss You Already'' which just flat-out rocks the house!1. Miss You Already - Joan Jett And The Blackhearts
2. The Crazy Ones - Paloma Faith
3. What We Leave Behind - Labrinth
4. Losing My Religion - R.E.M.
5. Leave It Alone - Broken Bells
6. I Know What I Am - Band Of Skulls
7. Almost Home - Moby With Damien Jurado
8. There's A Place - Tyson Ritter
9. Almost There - Opus Orange Featuring Lauren Hillman
10. Hello Halo (Cooper Todd Remix) - David Galafassi, Toni Collette, Nathan Cooper & Benjamin Todd
11. When You Dream - Sara Jackson-Holman
12. Better Together - Hentai Superstarv
13. Goodbye (Original Score) - Harry Gregson-Williams$32.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Homesick/RoadsickFeaturing members of Lagwagon and The Ataris, Versus The World has spent the last decade of their lives performing shows and recording, and have often times found themselves in a thrilling paradox of wishing for a familiar bed on tour only to yearn to get back on the road after coming home. Hence the title of their latest record, Homesick/Roadsick.
Following years of touring in support of their 2012 record, Drink. Sing. Live. Love., the band took some time out to recharge and returned to the studio with renewed drive and focus to record the new album. Working with producer Thom Flowers (The Ataris, Lagwagon) and mixer Ian MacGregor (All American Rejects, Katy Perry), Versus The World picks up where they left off with anthemic pop-punk and driving post-hardcore.1. The Santa Margarita
2. The Black Ocean
3. A Storm Like Me
4. Seven. Thirty-One
5. A Brooklyn Rooftop
6. A Sight for Sore Eyes
7. Homesick. Roacksick
8. Bullet Train
9. Detox. Retox
10. Self Preservation is Killing Us All
11. Our Song$18.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
GoMotion City Soundtrack have built their fanbase one fan at a time, through breakout tours with All American Rejects and Fallout Boy, on the 2006 Warped Tour and mtvU's Campus Invasion, and at festivals like Bamboozle and Lollapalooza. They have appeared on Conan O'Brien and Jimmy Kimmel, earned glowing press from Rolling Stone to Entertainment Weekly, and received solid support at MTV, FUSE, and MTV2.
Now Motion City Soundtrack are in the midst of a career renaissance as they return to their longtime label Epitaph to release Go, the most mature and developed album of their 14year career. Continuing a dichotomy between upbeat music and darker lyricism that stretches back to their breakout single "The Future Freaks Me Out," Go sees the band both maturing lyrically and musically while reinvigorating the signature melodic, keyboarddriven sound that their longtime fans love.
Despite the fullcircle musical evolution they've undergone with Go, the band members agree that in some ways they feel like the same way they did when Motion City Soundtrack was starting to make their mark in the early 2000s.1. Circuits And Wires
2. True Romance
3. Son Of A Gun
5. Everyone Will Die
6. The Coma Kid
8. The Worst Is Yet To Come
9. Bad Idea
10. Happy Anniversary
11. Floating Down The River$19.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Unbreakable / Back To Me (7 Single)Limited To 1000
Half White / Half Grey With Black Splatter
Of Mice & Men are one of the largest bands on the Rise Records roster. They've spent the past couple of years growing into a well-respected rock act, earning praise from critics, their peers, and even their icons. They've sold over 830,000 albums in the US alone, they've had atop 5 debut on the Billboard Top 200, and they have been busy touring arenas and amphitheaters with the likes of Linkin Park, Slipknot,Marilyn Manson, Rise Against, A Day To Remember and Bring Me The Horizon. They've graced the covers of multiple publications(Revolver, Alternative Press, Kerrang!, Rock Sound, Metal Hammer, Blunt), and have constantly been able to nurture and develop a rabid following that feels more like a family than a fan base.
The band took a recent break from touring and recorded two brand new singles, Unbreakable and Back To Me. Both songs were produced by Howard Benson (My Chemical Romance, Daughtry, All American Rejects), and the result is 2 very powerful tracks that have quickly become fan favorites. Both songs have had great success on all of the streaming services (Unbreakable has over 5,042,374 streams& Back To Me has over 2,075,738 streams).1. Unbreakable
2. Back To Me$7.99Colored 7 Vinyl Single - Sealed Buy Now
EnolaWhen you're the main songwriter and driving force in a successful band, you often find yourself
creatively stifled. Your fans have certain expectations, and therefore you have an obligation to
deliver to them an album that meets their expectations, fits in their comfort zone, all while
growing and maturing as an artist. The problem with this is, true artists are capable of so much
more, music to them is an art, and the urge to create something new and exciting is something
that they can't suppress. Ace Enders found that success, both critically and commercially during
his tenure as the main songwriter of The Early November. The band went on to sell over 450,000
albums (3 of which sold over 100,000) And as much as Ace loved penning rock classics such as
Ever So Sweet and I Want To Hear You Sad, he wanted more, he wanted something different.
He wanted to be able to write songs that were more experimental, and creative. He wanted to
work in his own studio, on his own schedule and create songs that were truly important to him
and a pure reflection of who he was as an artist. These desires grew until they finally manifested
into I Can Make A Mess, Ace Enders' solo project.
I Can Make A Mess, isn't just a flash in the pan one off solo album. Over the past 9 years Ace
Enders has recorded 4 full length albums, he's had his songs in commercial movie trailers such as
Must Love Dogs and has toured the country with bands such as All American Rejects. His newest
masterpiece is titled Enola and it's set to come out June 11th 2013. The album is passionate,
and personal, experimental and honest, it's a must for fans of Bon Iver, Iron & Wine, Animal
Collective and American Football. I Can Make A Mess will be appearing on the entire 2013 Vans
Warped Tour, and will continue to tour through the fall. If you're looking for great songs, that are
a little out of your comfort zone, look no further.1. Enola
3. Close Enough
4. Adaptation Cell
5. Listen Lesson / Keep Away
6. Tidal Wave
8. Ancient Crows
9. What Happens Now
10. Burn It All Down
11. Thin White Line$14.99Vinyl LP With CD - Sealed Buy Now
Batdance (Single)12 Maxi-Single Reissue
Featuring Batdance And 200 Balloons
Batdance was written for the 1989 Batman soundtrack. Helped by the film's popularity, the song reached number one in the US, becoming Prince's fourth American number-one single, and his first to achieve the feat of topping all 3 American charts since Kiss in 1986.
Batdance was a last-minute replacement for a brooding track titled Dance with the Devil, which Prince felt was too dark. It is almost two songs in one-a chaotic, mechanical dance beat that changes gears into a slinky, funky groove before changing back for the song's conclusion (except on the single version in which it eliminates the guitar solo before the middle section, then goes straight to the mechanical Joker laughter from the end of the movie and an earlier movie soundbyte of Michael Keaton saying Stop). The track is an amalgam of many musical ideas of Prince's at the time. Elements from at least seven songs (some unreleased) were incorporated into Batdance: 200 Balloons, We Got the Power, House in Order, Rave Unto the Joy Fantastic (later released on the album Rave Un2 the Joy Fantastic), The Future, and Electric Chair. Some of these were mere snippets, and other segments showed up only in remixes of the track. The song was also loaded with dialog samples from the film.
The B-side to the Batdance is 200 Balloons, which was recorded for the film and serves as the musical blueprint for the main portion of Batdance. The song was rejected for the film by Tim Burton and replaced with Trust. The lyrics of 200 Balloons reference the scene which it was created for to a greater degree than the replacement track, which is only connected to the scene by the Joker asking Who do you trust? after the song ends. Prince did little more than replace the lyrics of 200 Balloons in its transition into Batdance. Only musical portions survived the transition, but full lyrics showed up in The Batmix(turn your head to the east, I be coming from the west). 200 Balloons also contains samples of House in Order and Rave Unto the Joy Fantastic; the latter was another song submitted for inclusion in the movie, but rejected (it was replaced by Partyman).1. Batdance (The Batmix)
2. Batdance (The Vicki Vale Mix)
3. 200 Balloons$12.9912 Vinyl Single - Sealed Buy Now
Bartok: The Six String Quartets (Speakers Corner)Throughout the ages, the string quartet with its usual forces has always been regarded as the crowning discipline among all forms of composition. Poetically described by Carl Maria von Weber as the »nude of musical art« and by Goethe as a cultured conversation among equals, the genre reflects the creative art of important composers from the Viennese Classicism right up to modern times.
Bartók's six String Quartets, written over the span of roughly 30 years, demonstrate his development as a composer in the purest form. In the Quartets, stated Bartók, I condense to the extreme. In the very first quartet, which is orientated on traditional formal structures, Bartók travels down his own path by lending different weight to the various formal sections, rejecting repeats, and joining the movements together by means of bridging passages.
The second quartet is exemplary for its intentional distance from the Romantic in favour of a composition based on simple folksongs, in which Bartók attempts to grasp the folk sound in his compositional structures, whereby he never quite disregards the tonal rules but certainly begins to free himself from them.
The new richness in the third quartet with regard to counterpoint, melody and harmony as well as tone, is described by the sociologist and composer Theodor W. Adorno - with allusion to the musical creativity of the Hungarian peasants - as a »tent camp of improvisation«, which ventures here and there towards the avant-garde. As a contrast, the fourth quartet is almost relaxed in tone, the form and compositional technique is simple and uncomplicated in expression (Ludwig Finscher). For the first time, Bartók employs his idea of an 'arch' structure in which Hungarian folklore and the classical-romantic chamber-music forms are amalgamated. Like the fourth, the fifth quartet is also written in arch form, but in contrast to the fourth it is more cheerful and transparent. The sixth and final quartet was the last piece that Bartók wrote in Hungary before emigrating to the United States of America. All four movements have a mesto introduction, which induce a melancholy mood and seem to reflect the composer's personal circumstances.
The Juilliard Quartet was the very first American ensemble to record the six quartets in roughly 1950, and they took up the challenge to record the works once again in the middle of the 60s, in order to give each of the unique works a conclusive performance. With firm bowing, and a dry and direct tone, the musicians dissect the substantial power of these works to reflect all the different aspects of the manuscripts.
- The Juilliard String Quartet
Recording: between May and September 1963 at Columbia Recording Studios, New York City, by Fred Plaut
Production: Paul Myers
About Speakers Corner
At the beginning of the 90s, in the early days of audiophile vinyl re-releases, the situation was fairly straightforward. Companies such as DCC, Mobile Fidelity, Classic Records and, of course, Speakers Corner all maintained a mutual, unwritten ethical code: we would only use analogue tapes to manufacture records.
During the course of the present vinyl hype, many others have jumped on the bandwagon in the hope of securing a corner of the market. Very often they are not so ethical and use every imaginable source to master from: CDs, LPs, digital files, MP3s - or employed existant tools from the 80s and 90s for manufacturing.
A digital delay is gladly used when cutting a lacquer disc because tape machines with an analogue delay have become quite rare and are therefore expensive. When cutting the lacquer, the audio signal is delayed by one LP revolution against the signal, which controls the cutter head, and for this a digital delay is very often employed. Of course, the resultant sound signal is completely digital and thus only as good as this delay.
We should like to emphasise that Speakers Corner Records on principle only uses the original master tape as the basis for the entirely analogue cutting of lacquer discs. In addition, the pressing tool is newly manufactured as a matter of principle. We have one digital recording in our catalogue (Alan Parsons / Eye In The Sky"), but even in this particular case we used the analogue tapes for cutting.
We only employ existing tools for manufacturing if an improved result is not forthcoming, e.g. the title Elvis Is Back, which was mastered by Steve Hoffman and Kevin Gray, or several titles from our Philips Classics series, which in any case Willem Makkee cut from the original masters at the Emil Berliner Studios in the 90s. It goes without saying that we only used the mother and that new tools were made for our production.
To put it in a nutshell: we can ensure you that our releases are free from any kind of digital effects - excluding the exception above - and that the lacquer discs are newly cut.String Quartet No. 1
I - Lento
II - Allegretto
III - Introduzione: Allegro; Allegro Vivace
String Quartet No. 2
I - Moderato
II - Allegro Molto Capriccioso
III - Lento
String Quartet No. 3
Prima Parte: Moderato
Seconda Parte: Allegro
Recapitulazione Della Prima Parte: Moderato
Coda: Allegro Molto
String Quartet No. 4
I - Allegro
II - Prestissimo, Con Sordino
III - Non Troppo Lento
IV - Allegretto Pizzicato
V - Allegro Molto
String Quartet No. 5
I - Allegro
II - Adagio Molto
III - Scherzo: Alla Bulgarese
IV - Andante
V - Finale: Allegro Vivace
String Quartet No. 6
I - Mesto; Vivace
II - Mesto; Marcia
III - Mesto: Burletta: Moderato
IV - Mesto$95.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 3 LPs Sealed Buy Now
- The Juilliard String Quartet
Slash (Limited Edition) (Awaiting Repress)As the former lead guitarist of mega-rock group Guns N Roses, Slash has had a dominant presence in music for more than twenty years. Referred to by many
as one of the greatest and most influential guitar players of all time, Slash's signature style and commanding guitar mastery has impacted not only millions of fans around the world, but may fellow artists in all genres of music. Slashs various projects over the years have included the multiplatinumglobal rock band Velvet Revolver as well as guest guitarist and collaborator for a countless list of artists including Lenny Kravitz, Michael Jackson, Stevie Wonder, The Yardbirds, Sammy Haggar and more. Add soundtrack albums and his most recent success via the video game best-seller Guitar Hero to truly begin to appreciate the legacy Slash has established through this point in his career.
Slash has always been the artist others seek and invite to collaborate with on their material. Now, for the first time, Slash will do the inviting. His first solo release, is a collection of new songs written in partnership with some of the most notable and legendary artists in music. After first enlisting the services of producing partner Eric Valentine (Queens of the Stone Age, The All-American Rejects), Slash compiled a premier rhythm section in bassist Chris Chaney (Jane's Addiction) and drummer Josh Freese (Nine Inch Nails.)1. Ghost (Ian Astbury)
2. Crucify the Dead (Ozzy Osbourne)
3. Beautiful Dangerous (Fergie)
4. Back From Cali (Myles Kennedy)
5. Promise (Chris Cornell)
6. By the Sword (Andrew Stockdale of Wolfmother)
7. Gotten (Adam Levine)
8. Doctor Alibi (Lemmy Kilmister)
9. Watch This (Dave Grohl/Duff McKagan)
10. I Hold On (Kid Rock)
11. Nothing To Say (M Shadows of Avenged Sevenfold)
12. Starlight (Myles Kennedy)
13. Saint is a Sinner Too (Rocco DeLuca)
14. We're All Gonna Die (Iggy Pop)$16.99Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed AWAITING REPRESS Buy Now
Kill Them With Kindness (Out Of Stock)
• Produced By Tim O'heir (the All-American Rejects, Hot Rod Circuit, The Starting Line, Say Anything).
• Includes Re-Mastered Version Of Kill Them With Kindness As Well As The Bands Self Titled EP, And 3 Never Before Heard Demos.
• 2xLP Gatefold LP - Vinyl Includes CD
You don't become a legacy band overnight. While tons of bands have overnight major label
success, with corporate radio, MTV, or teen magazine spreads, they don't have careers, and they
fade, almost faster than they arrived. You become a legacy band by innovating, not imitating. You
do it by constantly writing songs and albums that connect with people in a way that they remember and appreciate, in a way that creates a need to see you when you visit their city. You appeal to their heart.
For over 13 years The Jealous Sound have been inspiring fans and bands with their unique blend
of indie and alternative rock. Rise Records is proud to re-release their rst full length Kill Them
With Kindness on vinyl. The 2 LP set will not just include a re-mastered version of Kill Them
With Kindness but also a re-mastered version of the band's self-titled ep, as well as 3
re-mastered, unheard demos.
If you're a fan of The Jealous Sound, or truly memorable, heartfelt music, then this is a must have
for your record collection!LP 1
1. Hope For Us
3. Anxious Arms
4. The Fold Out
5. The Gift Horse
6. Does That Make Sense
7. Guard It Closely
8. For Once In Your Life
9. Abandon! Abandon!
1. Recovery Room
2. Above The Waves
3. What's Wrong Is Everywhere
5. Bitter Strings
6. Quiet Life
7. Anxious Arms (EP Version)
8. Troublesome (demo)
9. For Once In Your Life (demo)
10. Abandon! Abandon! (demo)$19.99Vinyl LP + CD - 2 LPs Sealed Temporarily out of stock