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  • The In Sound From Way Out The In Sound From Way Out Quick View

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    The In Sound From Way Out

    Originally released through the Beastie Boys' French fan club, The In Sound From Way Out! is a collection of the
    group's funky instrumentals from Check Your Head and Ill Communication, with a couple of new tracks thrown in.
    The Beasties have a flair for loose, gritty funk and soul-jazz, and the stuttering, greasy keyboards of Money Mark
    give the music an extra edge -- he helps make the music sound as authentic as anything from the early '70s.
    1. Ricky's Theme
    2. Groove Holmes
    3. Pow
    4. Son Of Neckbone
    5. Bobo On The Corner
    6. In 3's
    7. Eugene's Lament
    8. Futterman's Rule
    9. Shambala
    10. Transitions
    11. Sabrosa
    12. Drinkin' Wine
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  • Check Your Head (Awaiting Repress) Check Your Head (Awaiting Repress) Quick View

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    Check Your Head (Awaiting Repress)

    Some albums define an era, a place, a certain time in one's life. The Beastie Boys Check Your Head practically defined the summer of 1992 for those who were wary of the mainstreaming of rap and the insurgency of grunge. It was here that MCA, Adrock and Mike D. created a musical montage that defied genre, one with the swagger of punk and the rootsy earthiness of early-'70s soul-jazz, all layered with a hip-hop consciousness. Lo-fi, garagy, guitar-riff-loaded tracks like Pass Da Mic and Gratitude made it clear that the Beasties could be taken as serious musical forces, even innovators. Yet they still brilliantly tempered the proceedings with romps like Professor Booty and Funky Boss. One of the best albums of the '90's, Check Your Head was a turning point for the band and the genesis of a new musical hybrid. Reissued here on Limited Edition Double 180g Vinyl.
    1. Jimmy James
    2. Funky Boss
    3. Pass the Mic
    4. Gratitude
    5. Lighten Up
    6. Finger Lickin' Good
    7. So What'cha Want
    8. Biz Vs. The Nuge
    9. Time for Livin'
    10. Something's Got to Give
    11. Blue Nun
    12. Stand Together
    13. Pow
    14. Maestro
    15. Groove Holmes
    16. Live at P.J.'s
    17. Mark on the Bus
    18. Professor Booty
    19. In 3's
    20. NamastÉ
    Beastie Boys
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  • Hot Sauce Committee, Pt. Two Hot Sauce Committee, Pt. Two Quick View

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    Hot Sauce Committee, Pt. Two

    Hot Sauce Committee Part Two is the eighth and final studio album by the American hip hopband Beastie Boys,
    originally released on April 27, 2011. The album received critical acclaim upon its release and was also a moderate
    commercial success, debuting at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 chart. The release was supported by four singles - Lee
    Majors Come Again, Too Many Rappers featuring Nas, Make Some Noise, and Don't Play No Game That I
    Can't Win featuring Santigold.
    LP 1
    1. Make Some Noise
    2. Nonstop Disco Powerpack
    3. Ok
    4. Too Many Rappers
    5. Say It
    6. The Bill Harper Collection
    7. Don't Play No Game That I Can't Win


    LP 2
    1. Long Burn The Fire
    2. Funky Donkey
    3. The Larry Routine
    4. Tadlock's Glasses
    5. Lee Majors Come Again
    6. Multilateral Nuclear Disarmament
    7. Here's A Little Something For Ya
    8. Crazy Ass Shit
    9. The Lisa Lisa / Full Force Routine

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  • To The 5 Boroughs To The 5 Boroughs Quick View

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    To The 5 Boroughs

    To the 5 Boroughs is the sixth studio album by the Beastie Boys. The album was originally released on June 14, 2004
    internationally, and a day later in the United States. The album debuted #1 on the Billboard 200 with 360,000 copies
    sold in its first week and is certified Platinum by the RIAA for sales of over 1,000,000 in the U.S. Four singles were
    released from the album, Ch-Check It Out, Triple Trouble, An Open Letter to NYC, and Right Right Now Now.
    LP 1
    1. Ch-Check It Out
    2. Right Right Now Now
    3. The Hard Way
    4. It Takes Time To Build
    5. Rhyme The Rhyme Well
    6. Triple Trouble
    7. Hey Fuck You
    8. Oh Word


    LP 2
    1. That's It That's All
    2. All Lifestyles
    3. Shazam!
    4. An Open Letter To NYC
    5. Crawlspace
    6. The Brouhaha
    7. We Got The

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  • Ill Communication Ill Communication Quick View

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    Ill Communication

    1. Sure Shot
    2. Tough Guy

    3. B-Boys Makin' With The Freak Freak
    4. Bobo On The Corner
    5. Root Down
    6. Sabotage
    7. Get It Together
    8. Sabrosa
    9. The Update
    10. Futterman's Rule
    11. Alright Hear This
    12. Eugene's Lament
    13. Flute Loop
    14. Do It
    15. Ricky's Theme
    16. Heart Attack Man
    17. The Scoop
    18. Shambala
    19. Bodhisattva Vow
    20. Transitions
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  • Paul's Boutique: 20th Anniversary Paul's Boutique: 20th Anniversary Quick View

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    Paul's Boutique: 20th Anniversary

    Ranked 156/500 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.


    In celebration of its 20th Anniversary, the Beastie Boys are reissuing their epic second release, Pauls Boutique on 180g vinyl. The classic LP has been digitally remastered for the first time, with all three Beasties overseeing the 24-bit process. The albums original vinyl artwork will be restored in an eco-friendly, eight-panel digipak displaying a panoramic view of the intersection at Rivington and Ludlow in New York Citys Lower East Side. The reissue gives fans access to a free download of a track-by-track album commentary, with Mike D, Ad-Rock and MCA talking about the songs while the track plays in the background, much like Directors Commentaries on DVDs.

    1. To All The Girls
    2. Shake Your Rump
    3. Johnny Ryall
    4. Egg Man
    5. High Plains Drifter
    6. The Sounds of Science
    7. 3-Minute Rule
    8. Hey Ladies
    9. 5-Piece Chicken Dinner
    10. Looking Down The Barrel of A Gun
    11. Car Thief
    12. What Comes Around
    13. Shadrach
    14. Ask For Janice
    15. 59 Chrystie Street
    16. Get On The Mic
    17. Stop That Train
    18. A Year And A Day
    19. Hello Brooklyn
    20. Dropping Names
    21. Lay It On Me
    22. Mike On The Mic
    23. A.W.O.L.
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  • Solid Gold Hits Solid Gold Hits Quick View

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    Solid Gold Hits

    So What'cha Want
    Brass Monkey
    Ch-Check It Out
    No Sleep Till Brooklyn
    Hey Ladies
    Pass The Mic
    An Open Letter to NYC
    Root Down
    Shake Your Rump
    Intergalactic
    Sure Shot
    Body Movin (Fatboy Slim Remix)
    Triple Trouble
    Sabotage
    Fight For Your Right
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  • 808: The Music 808: The Music Quick View

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    808: The Music

    808 is a documentary film chronicling the revolutionary story of how Roland's iconic TR-808 drum machine changed the history of music and popular culture forever.Featuring appearances and commentary from legendary artists: Pharrell Williams, Beastie Boys, Phil Collins, Rick Rubin, David Guetta, Questlove, Lil Jon, Afrika Bambaataa, Norman Cook (Fatboy Slim), Diplo, and more.
    LP 1
    1. Planet Rock (Afrika Bambaataa & The Soulsonic Force)
    2. Paul Revere (Beastie Boys)
    3. Yo! Bum Rush The Show (Public Enemy)
    4. Hip Hop, Be Bop (Don't Stop) (Man Parrish)
    5. Play At Your Own Risk (Planet Patrol)
    6. Let The Music Play (Shannon)
    7. Set It Off (Strafe)


    LP 2
    1. It's Yours (T La Rock & Jazzy J)
    2. Flow Coma (808 State)
    3. Kickdrum (Felix da Housecat)
    4. What U Gon' Do (Lil Jon & The East Side Boyz feat. Lil Scrappy)
    5. Vibrate (Flux Pavilion)
    6. Gosh (Jamie xx)
    7. Nothing But Trouble (Instagram Models) [Lil Wayne & Charlie Puth]

    Various Artists
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  • The Mix Up The Mix Up Quick View

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    The Mix Up

    1. B For My Name

    2. 14th St. Break

    3. Suco De Tangerina

    4. The Gala Event

    5. Electric Worm

    6. Freaky Hijiki

    7. Off The Grid

    8. The Rat Cage

    9. The Melee

    10. Dramastically Different

    11. The Cousin Of Death

    12. The Kangaroo Rat
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  • Hello Nasty Hello Nasty Quick View

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    Hello Nasty

    The Beastie Boys' 1998 release Hello Nasty remastered for the first time on double 180g gatefold vinyl. The original release is certified triple (3x) platinum by the RIAA, peaking at #1 on the Top 200 Album Chart. The album also received a pair of 1998 Grammys for Best Alternative Music Performance and Best Rap Performance By A Duo Or Group. Features the hit songs Intergalactic and Body Movin'.
    1. Super Disco Breakin'
    2. The Move
    3. Remote Control
    4. Song for the Man
    5. Just a Test
    6. Body Movin'
    7. Intergalactic
    8. Sneakin' Out the Hospital
    9. Putting Shame in Your Game
    10. Flowin' Prose
    11. And Me
    12. Three MC's And One DJ
    13. The Grasshopper Unit (Keep Movin')
    14. Song for Junior
    15. I Don't Know
    16. The Negotiation Limerick File
    17. Electrify
    18. Picture This
    19. Unite
    20. Dedication
    21. Dr. Lee, PhD
    22. Instant Death
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  • Small Talk Small Talk Quick View

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    Small Talk

    Import

    Small Talk is the seventh album by Sly and the Family Stone, released in 1974. This album was the final LP to feature the original Family Stone, which broke up in January 1975.


    Singles include Time For Livin' (the band's final Top 40 hit) and Loose Booty, an up-tempo funk track which uses the names of Bible characters Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego as a chant, sampled by the Beastie Boys on their masterpiece Paul's Boutique in 1989. Beastie Boys also covered Time For Livin' which was released on the album Check Your Head in 1992 along with a live music video augmented with skateboarding footage.


    Pictured on the album cover with Sly are his then-wife Kathleen Silva and his son Sylvester, Jr.

    1. Small Talk
    2. Say You Will
    3. Mother Beautiful
    4. Time For Livin'
    5. Can't Strain My Brain
    6. Loose Booty
    7. Holdin' On
    8. Wishful Thinkin'
    9. Better Thee Than Me
    10. Livin' While I'm Livin'
    11. This Is Love
    Sly & The Family Stone
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  • Def Jam 30th Anniversary: Greatest Hits Def Jam 30th Anniversary: Greatest Hits Quick View

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    Def Jam 30th Anniversary: Greatest Hits


    Limited Edition Classic Turntable 6 LP Box Set + T-Shirt


    Def Jam Recordings, the label credited as the most definitive voice in the spread of hip-hop from an underground music phenomenon to a worldwide
    movement, is celebrating its 30th anniversary all year long in 2014, along with Def Jam founders Rick Rubin and Russell Simmons. This box set is a
    culmination of the labels greatest hits from its extensive roster of artists.


    Hip-hop - and its most definitive voice, Def Jam - has been an astonishingly tireless engine of change in American and global culture. For 30 years, the
    greatest names in the history of hip-hop - from LL Cool J and the Beastie Boys to Rihanna and Kanye West, from Public Enemy to Jay-Z, Rick Ross,
    Jeezy, Ludacris, The Roots, Nas, 2 Chainz and dozens more - have made Def Jam Recordings the ultimate destination for urban artists around the
    world.

    Volume 1
    1. Rock The Bells - LL COOL J
    2. 911 Is A Joke - PUBLIC ENEMY
    3. Children's Story - SLICK RICK
    4. Fight The Power - PUBLIC ENEMY
    5. Crossover - EPMD
    6. Hip Hop Junkies - NICE & SMOOTH
    7. Slam - ONYX
    8. Tonight's Da Night - REDMAN
    9. Deeper - BOSS feat. PAPA JUGGY
    10. Regulate - WARREN G feat. NATE DOGG
    11. This Is How We Do It - MONTELL JORDAN
    12. I'll Be There For You/You're All I Need To Get By - METHOD MAN feat. MARY J. BLIGE
    13. Doin It - LL COOL J
    14. Ruff Ryders Anthem - DMX
    15. Touch Me Tease Me - CASE feat. FOXY BROWN


    Volume 2
    1. Get Me Home - FOXY BROWN & BLACKSTREET
    2. Foolish - ASHANTI
    3. Put It On Me - JA RULE & VITA
    4. Make Me Better - FABOLOUS feat. NE-YO
    5. Oh Boy - CAM'RON & JUELZ SANTANA
    6. Move Bitch - LUDACRIS feat. MYSTIKAL & I-20
    7. Get Busy - THE ROOTS feat. DICE RAW & PEEDI PEEDI
    8. Guess Who's Back - SCARFACE feat. JAY Z & BEANIE SIGEL
    9. Hustlin - RICK ROSS
    10. Put On - JEEZY & KANYE WEST
    11. Can't Tell Me Nothing - KANYE WEST
    12. No Lie - 2 CHAINZ
    13. My Last - BIG SEAN feat. CHRIS BROWN
    14. Niggas In Paris - JAY Z & KANYE WEST
    15. My Nigga - YG feat. JEEZY & RICH HOMIE QUAN


    Selections From The Roots Of Def Jam
    (as Curated by Rick Rubin, Co-Founder of Def Jam Recordings)

    1. Body Rock - THE TREACHEROUS 3
    2. Rockin It - THE FEARLESS FOUR
    3. On The Radio - CRASH CREW
    4. Funk Box Party - THE MASTERDON COMMITTEE
    5. Action (12 Version) - ORANGE KRUSH
    6. Live At The Fever - STARSKI
    7. Looking For The Perfect Beat (12 Version) - AFRIKA BAMBAATAA
    8. Optimo - LIQUID LIQUID
    9. Al-Naafyish (The Soul) - HASHIM
    10. Drum Machine - JAYCO RECORDS
    11. Set It Off - STRAFE
    12. Fresh Is The Word - MANTRONIX
    13. A Fly Girl - THE BOOGIE BOYS

    Various Artists
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  • Devil Without A Cause Devil Without A Cause Quick View

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    Devil Without A Cause


    Certified Multi-Platinum (10 times) By The RIAA. (7/01)


    It's fitting that the Kid Rock revival got started when the Beastie Boys featured him in their Grand Royal magazine--and not because the kid from Detroit shares their skin tone. Rock has often been compared with the early Beasties--the boys of Fight for Your Right to Party and Brass Monkey, the boys no one ever thought would grow up. With lines like I ain't straight outta Compton, I'm straight out the trailer and I started an escort service--for all the right reasons, it's obvious that Kid Rock doesn't aim to follow suit.


    But that's no hindrance to Devil--backed by the funky metal band Twisted Brown Trucker and special guests like blues vets Robert Bradley and Thronetta Davis, Rock is hosting one hell of an interesting party. Ultimately, Rock's party is great, schlocky fun, equal parts old Beasties and Sebastian Bach--making Devil a guilty pleasure, the Starship Troopers of hip-hop. --Randy Silver

    1. Bawitdaba
    2. Cowboy
    3. Devil Without a Cause (featuring Joe C.)
    4. I Am the Bullgod
    5. Roving Gangster (Rollin')
    6. Wasting Time
    7. Welcome 2 the Party (Ode 2 the Old School)
    8. I Got One for Ya' (featuring Robert Bradley)
    9. Somebody's Gotta Feel This
    10. Fist of Rage
    11. Only God Knows Why
    12. Fuck Off (featuring Eminem)
    13. Where U at Rock
    14. Black Chick, White Guy / I Am the Bullgod (Remix)
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  • King Of Rock King Of Rock Quick View

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    King Of Rock

    Import

    Before Run DMC's collaboration with Aerosmith "Walk This Way" smashed the hit charts and proved to the mainstream that rock and hip hop are mere sides of the same coin, the seminal hip hop group already introduced both styles to each other on their second album King Of Rock. This groundbreaking record was the first hip hop album to go platinum. As its title implies, the dynamic trio claim their supremacy by combining heavy 808 beats and massive guitar riff samples, proving they were the baddest group on the block, period. Their sound influenced late eighties hip hop on the whole, most notoriously by their label mates the Beastie Boys. King Of Rock's influence is phenomenal. Not only did it introduce rock fans to a new music, its fresh sounds also made all hip hop that came before it sound dated. This 1985 record is a trailblazing album to the umpteenth degree!

    1. Rock The House
    2. King Of Rock
    3. You Talk Too Much
    4. Jam-Master Jammin'
    5. Roots, Rap, Reggae feat. Yellowman
    6. Can You Rock It Like This
    7. You're Blind
    8. It's Not Funny
    9. Darryl And Joe (Krush-Groove 3)
    RUN DMC
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  • Curtain Call: The Hits Curtain Call: The Hits Quick View

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    Curtain Call: The Hits

    Eminem's four studio albums shattered so many sales records that you might think just about every man, woman and gerbil on the planet already owns a bulk of the songs that make up this greatest hits collection. But Curtain Call presents the perfect opportunity to have another look at the life of Marshall Mathers. Starting out in the vein of the Beastie Boys and Slick Rick, he grafted filthy verses over bubbly nursery rhyme melodies and primitive Casio beats to come up with comical singles like 'My Name Is' and 'Real Slim Shady.' Then angst and reflection set in, resulting in rare moments of vulnerability ('Lose Yourself') and a richer musical experience ('Stan'). The three new tracks reflect the entire spectrum, with 'When I'm Gone,' a bittersweet goodbye letter, signaling the raw emotion and youthful enthusiasm of his early days have substantially faded, while 'Fack' counters that the Detroit rapper still has the dirtiest mouth in the business.
    1. Intro

    2. Fack

    3. The Way I Am

    4. My Name Is

    5. Stan

    6. Lose Yourself

    7. Shake That

    8. Sing For The Moment

    9. Without Me

    10. Like Toy Soldiers

    11. The Real Slim Shady

    12. Mockingbird

    13. Guilty Conscience

    14. Cleanin' Out My Closet

    15. Just Lose It

    16. When I'm Gone

    17. Stan (Live)
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  • Root Down: Live Root Down: Live Quick View

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    Root Down: Live

    Root Down captures the king of the Hammond B3 organ, Jimmy Smith, playing down and dirty R&B. The album
    includes two versions (one previously unissued) of Smith's Root Down, a song covered by the Beastie Boys in
    1994. There is also a hypnotic reading of Al Green's pleading Let's Stay Together, which yet again proves that
    Jimmy Smith is a man with a lot of soul. On 180 gram vinyl.
    1. Sagg Shootin' His Arrow
    2. For Everyone Under The Sun
    3. After Hours
    4. Root Down (And Get It)
    5. Let's Stay Together
    6. Slow Down Sagg
    Jimmy Smith
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  • Hotel Valentine Hotel Valentine Quick View

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    Hotel Valentine

    One of the most beloved and critically-acclaimed bands of the late 90s, Cibo Matto pioneered post-genre freakout long before the digital shuffle. Spiking their artful pop songs with rap, funk, jazz, Brazilian, African, and Latin sounds, they placed in Spin's "Top Albums of the 90's" and Time magazine's "Best Hip Hop Albums of All Time".


    During a brief two-record career they graced major magazine covers and were immortalized on an early episode of Buffy The Vampire Slayer. Post breakup the band received a "Best Of" overview from Rhino Records in 2007, and their track "Sugar Water" appeared in the Nip/Tuck series finale in 2010. All along Miho Hatori & Yuka Honda have continued to record projects both pop and avant garde, have guested on records by the Beastie Boys, Gorillaz, and in 2012 performed (as Cibo Matto) at a KCRW concert at the Hollywood Bowl. Returning to the studio as Cibo Matto, they have made their most impressive and cinematic album, packed with kaleidoscopic grooves, demented horns, crazy synthesizers and funky-but-chic blasts of pure danceability.

    1. Check In
    2. DÉjà Vu
    3. 10th Floor Ghost Girl
    4. Emerald Tuesday
    5. Mfn
    6. Hotel Valentine
    7. Empty Pool
    8. Lobby
    9. Housekeeping
    10. Check Out
    Cibo Matto
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  • Till Death Do Us Part Till Death Do Us Part Quick View

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    Till Death Do Us Part

    Import

    180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl


    Featuring What's Your Number And Ganja Bus


    Includes 4-Page Insert


    Released three years after Stoned Raiders, Latino hip hop group Cypress Hill returned in 2004 with their seventh studio album Till Death Do Us Part. On this album they flirt with reggae, particularly on What's Your Number sampling The Clash's The Guns Of Brixton plus Ganja Bus featuring vocals from Damian Marley. Latin Thugs is a characteristic Cypress Hill latin-mariachi rap and B-Real rocks with a clever cover of the Beastie Boys' Paul Revere retitled Busted In The Hood.


    Awarded with 4 stars out of 5 by Rolling Stone Magazine, Till Death Do Us reached #21 on the Billboard 200 Albums chart and #23 an the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart.

    LP 1
    1. Another Body Drops

    2. Till Death Comes

    3. Latin Thugs

    4. Ganja Bus

    5. Busted In The Hood
    6. Money
    7. Never Know


    LP 2
    1. Last Laugh
    2. Bong Hit

    3. What's Your Number
    4. Once Again
    5. Number Seven

    6. One Last Cigarette
    7. Street Wars
    8. Till Death Do Us Part
    9. Eulogy

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  • Bad Brains (Awaiting Repress) Bad Brains (Awaiting Repress) Quick View

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    Bad Brains (Awaiting Repress)

    Bad Brains is the first full-length studio album recorded by Bad Brains. Adam Yauch of Beastie Boys has been quoted as saying that this album is the best punk/hardcore album of all time. It was originally released on cassette only but has since been re-released by ROIR on both CD and vinyl.


    When the album was unveiled in 1982, fans and critics alike were stunned to learn that the musicians behind this album - one of the fastest albums of all time upon its release - were religious African-American Rastafarians who also were skilled at reggae. The album was a crucial step in the formation of hardcore punk and the eventual fusion of hard rock and reggae adopted later by bands like Sublime, Fishbone, and 311.

    1. Sailin' On

    2. Don't Need It

    3. Attitude

    4. Regulator, The

    5. Banned in D. C.

    6. Jah Calling

    7. Supertouch

    8. Shitfit

    9. Leaving Babylon

    10. Fearless Vampire Killers

    11. I

    12. Big Take Over

    13. Pay to Cum

    14. Right Brigade

    15. I Luv I Jah

    16. Intro

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  • Pollinator Pollinator Quick View

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    Pollinator

    You catch yourself when you ask Debbie Harry and Chris Stein,
    one of the most captivating creative pairings in music ever, about the
    creeping gentrification of New York City. You catch yourself because
    Blondie was formed during a 1970s era of urban decay - a time when
    the travails of being in a band, seeking an artistic outlet, or instigating a
    scene as a means of existence was a survival of the fittest among streets
    of heightened crime and social unrest. Certainly, those 1970s New
    York streets have been glamourised in the onslaught of retrospective
    looks at the punk, new wave, disco and hip-hop scenes that found their
    fundamental roots in that era. But it certainly wasn't an easier time to
    live there. The challenges and intensity of the city were just different.


    Blondie emerged the fittest. They've outlived the groundbreaking moment
    that birthed them and have adapted to time, space and industry
    evolution as much as the face of New York itself. Walk into any dance
    club tonight and hear a 'Call Me' or a 'Heart Of Glass'. Talk to
    any hip-hop historian and recall that Debbie was an original Beastie
    Boy who took rap music to the masses when it was still a block party
    concern. Read any tome on the history of punk and they're interwoven
    into the fabric of the one genre that still inspires most and every
    band to pick a name and find a practice space. Their active presence
    in our lives 40 million albums sales and countless accolades later
    (including a Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame induction in 2006 and
    NME Godlike Genius Award in 2014) isn't something anyone wants
    to take advantage of.


    That's what their 11th album 'Pollinator' sets out to establish. In true
    pop art fashion it's as post-modern as a concept gets and the perfect
    way to move on from 2014's 40th anniversary celebrations and the
    subsequent release of 'Ghosts Of Download'. In 'Pollinator' exists a
    giant feedback loop - one in which Blondie created, then generations
    were inspired, then those generation created and inspired, and are
    now teaming up with Blondie. When the time came for Chris, Debbie
    and drummer Clem Burke to "get the band back together" and make
    an album, choice pioneers from the decades since Blondie's birth
    were called upon to contribute songs for the record, thereby weaving
    their own way into the living, breathing story of the band, a group that
    directly affected their own genetic makeup. The list is enviable and
    reflects the dynamism of Blondie's very own cross-pollinating past:
    Johnny Marr, Sia, Dev Hynes, Charli XCX, Dave Sitek (TV On
    The Radio), Nick Valensi (The Strokes) and The Gregory Brothers
    all lent their creations for Blondie to interpret, each building upon the
    aspect of their heroes that's bolstered their own sound.

    1. Doom or Destiny
    2. Long Time
    3. Already Naked
    4. Fun
    5. My Monster
    6. Best Day Ever
    7. Gravity
    8. When I Gave Up on You
    9. Love Level
    10. Too Much
    11. Fragments
    Blondie
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    6 tracks; white vinyl with single jacket on uncoated recycled stock


    G. Love & Special Sauce are a Philadelphia-based trio whose laid-back, sloppy blues sound is quite unique, as it encompasses the sound/production of classic R&B and recent rap artists (the Beastie Boys, in particular). The group is composed of G. Love (born Garrett Dutton) on guitar/vocals/harmonica, Jeff Clemens on drums, and Jim Prescott on upright bass. (All Music Guide)

    G. Love & Special Sauce
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    A triumphant recasting, Franz Ferdinand's Always Ascending is as exuberant as it is euphoric, bursting with fresh ideas born of what Alex Kapranos calls "aggressive sonic experimentation." With the help of producer Philippe Zdar (Cassius, Phoenix, Beastie Boys), Kapranos and co. took a knife to their old canvas, producing an album that is so foreign in its familiarity it could only be current. A sound the singer refers to as "simultaneously futuristic and naturalistic." These are the louche tales of the Parisian night, the exhilaration of an Italian car racing down the autobahn; a feeling of euphoria so pure it could only exist on a knife's edge. As such, best to press play expecting nothing more than a good time. "I hope that when you listen to it you feel exhilarated," Kapranos says, "Until you fully absorb the lyrics."
    1. Always Ascending
    2. Lazy Boy
    3. Paper Cages
    4. Finally
    5. The Academy Award
    6. Lois Lane
    7. Huck and Jim
    8. Glimpse of Love
    9. Feel the Love Go
    10. Slow Don't Kill Me Slow
    Franz Ferdinand
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    Proud to Be, the Epitaph debut of Dead Fucking Last (referred to in retail land and heretoafter as DFL), appeared on the punk scene in 1995, making 2015 the glorious 20th anniversary of this bombshell of sheer hardcore energy. In celebration, Epitaph is releasing Proud to Be for the first time on full-length vinyl, in a glorious 20th anniversary edition. A missive from the days when 20 tracks of adolescent guitar/vocal angst clocked in at 30 minutes. And of course, produced by Adam Horowitz (Beastie Boys).
    1. Proud To Be DFL
    2. Word Of Mouth
    3. Lost Cause
    4. Return Of The Knucklehead
    5. Mr. Popular
    6. Function At The Center
    7. Home Is Where The Heart Is
    8. Hit The Floor
    9. Club Stupid
    10. Minus Adam
    11. Better Off Dead
    12. S.B.C.G.
    13. Free Haircut
    14. Society's Pressure
    15. Self Pity
    16. Action Everybody
    17. Sourpuss
    18. Insane Authority
    19. Good Cop, Bad Cop
    20. What's The Difference
    DFL
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    The 1970 self titled debut from Detroit's nastiest, most shredding funk-rock group. Arising from the ashes of George Clinton's Plainfield, New Jersey-led R&B group, The Parliments, Funkadelic formed in the late '60s and, in addition to Clinton, included the blazing guitar of Eddie Hazel, organist Mickey Atkins, rhythm guitarist Tawl Ross and drummer Tiki Fulwood. Though firmly rooted in funk and soul, Funkadelic incorporated a dark psychedelic element, influenced by Hendrix and Sly Stone, to create a sound that was unparalleled at the time and since. Sampled by everyone from DJ Shadow to Ice Cube, De La Soul and the Beastie Boys, Funkadelic still sounds fresh today and is the first solid example of George Clinton's eccentric genius.
    1. Mommy, What's a Funkadelic?
    2. I'll Bet You
    3. Music For My Mother
    4. I Got a Thing, You Got a Thing, Everybody's Got a Thing

    5. Good Old Music
    6. Qualify and Satisfy

    7. What is Soul
    Funkadelic
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