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  • Blade Runner 2049 Soundtrack (Pre-Order) Blade Runner 2049 Soundtrack (Pre-Order) Quick View

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    Blade Runner 2049 Soundtrack (Pre-Order)

    The Blade Runner 2049 soundtrack highlights the entrancing, ethereal, and enigmatic original score composed by Academy® Award winner Hans Zimmer [Inception, The Dark Knight, Gladiator, The Lion King] and Golden Globe® & Emmy® nominee Benjamin Wallfisch [It, Hidden Figures, Annabelle: Creation]. Original and classic compositions round out this sci-fi noir masterpiece. Finally, the album concludes with an original song by GRAMMY® Award nominee, Lauren Daigle. Over a backdrop of cyber-infused soul production, it delivers a hypnotic and haunting performance.


    Together, Zimmer and Wallfisch sought to continue the incredible musical legacy of the original 1982 Blade Runner by Vangelis, while imparting a piece of themselves upon the score. In order to do so, they implemented vintage synths such as "the star of the score" a Yamaha CS80 from the late seventies as well as modern technological innovations, yielding a rich sonic palette wholly cognizant of this world and the vision of director Denis Villeneuve.


    "First of all, I realized that Denis is a director who has a vision; he has a voice," says Zimmer. "Remember, I've done a lot of movies with Ridley Scott. So, it was important that this was an autonomous piece of work. Let's just be honest. Ridley is a hard act to follow-as is Vangelis. While Ben was four-years-old, I had actually experienced all of this," he laughs. "We watched and literally, as we stopped watching, we decided on the palette. We decided this wasn't going to be an orchestral thing. The story spoke to us."


    "We all know what Blade Runner feels like and what that experience is to watch this incredible masterpiece," adds Wallfisch. The first question we asked ourselves was, 'How can we reinvent and make it fresh and new, but still be in that world?' The mission from the beginning was this idea of finding the heart of the film-what is its soul? When you discover the simplest possible theme, it sums up humanity almost. I feel like that's what we were all striving for towards the beginning of the process."


    In a feature detailing the film's Oscar potential, Variety highlighted the aural balance that Zimmer and Wallfisch achieve writing, "Zimmer and Wallfisch's score maintains proper reverence for and distance from Vangelis' iconic original work."


    Immerse yourself in the world of Blade Runner 2049 with the Original Motion Picture Soundtrack now.

    LP 1
    1. 2049
    2. Sapper's Tree
    3. Flight to LAPD
    4. Rain
    5. Wallace
    6. Memory
    7. Mesa
    8. Orphanage
    9. Furnace
    10. Someone Lived This
    11. Joi
    12. Pilot
    13. Hijack


    LP 2
    1. That's Why We Believe
    2. Her Eyes Were Green
    3. Sea Wall
    4. All the Best Memories Are Hers
    5. Tears in the Rain
    6. Blade Runner
    7. Almost Human - Lauren Daigle

    Hans Zimmer & Benjamin Wallfisch
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  • IBM 1401- A User's Manual (Pre-Order) IBM 1401- A User's Manual (Pre-Order) Quick View

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    IBM 1401- A User's Manual (Pre-Order)


    First Ever Vinyl Pressing


    Deluxe Gatefold Sleeve


    2x Clear LP


    Two Bonus Tracks


    Never before pressed on vinyl, IBM 1401, A User's Manual, is one of Jóhann Jóhannsson's most-loved works. Originally released in 2006, the decade since its release has seen Jóhann establish himself as one of the most important composers in the world, notably scoring movies such as Arrival, Blade Runner 2049, Sicario and The Theory of Everything. Johann's scores have been nominated for two Academy Awards®, two Golden Globes®, a Grammy® and three BAFTA® awards. He was awarded the Golden Globe® for Best Original Score for The Theory Of Everything.


    Inspired by the work his father did in the sixties when chief maintenance engineer of one of Iceland's first computers, Jóhann originally wrote IBM 1401, A User's Manual to accompany a dance piece by long-standing collaborator and friend, Erna Ómarsdóttir. For the album release, he rewrote the piece for a sixty-piece string orchestra, with a new final movement (built around a poem by Dorothy Parker) and incorporating both electronics and reel-to-reel recordings made by his father and friends in 1971 of the IBM 1401 mainframe computer singing the hymn Ísland Ögrum Skorið by Sigvaldi Kaldalóns as it was being decommissioned.


    The first ever pressing of IBM 1401, A User's Manual comes in a deluxe gatefold sleeve, reworked by Chris Bigg (v23) from his original design. Pressed on clear vinyl, two live tracks recorded with the City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra have also been added.

    LP 1
    1. Part 1/ IBM 1401 Processing Unit
    2. Part 2/ IBM 1403 Printer
    3. Part 3/ IBM 1402 Card Read-Punch
    4. Part 4/ IBM 729 II Magnetic Tape Unit


    LP 2
    1. Part 5/ The Sun's Gone Dim And The Sky's Turned Black
    2. Part 1 - IBM 1401 Processing Unit - Live with the City Of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra
    3. Part 5 - The Sun's Gone Dim And The Sky's Turned Black - Live with the City Of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra

    Johann Johannson
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  • Alien: Covenant Soundtrack Alien: Covenant Soundtrack Quick View

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    Alien: Covenant Soundtrack

    Alien: Covenant is a science fiction horror film directed by Ridley Scott (Alien, Blade Runner, Gladiator) which stars Michael Fassbender and Katherine Waterston. The film, a sequel to 2012's Prometheus and the sixth in the Alien film series, follows the crew of the colony ship Covenant as they discovered the ruins of the doomed Prometheus expedition on a remote planet. The world soon reveals itself to be inhabited by dangerous creatures that force the crew into a fight for survival. The original score to Alien: Covenant was written by Australian composer Jed Kurzel (The Babadook, Macbeth). Inspired by elements of the original Alien score, Kurzel's work invokes feelings of isolation and abject horror in the face of an unavoidable mounting catastrophe.
    LP 1
    1. Incubation
    2. The Covenant
    3. Neutrino Burst
    4. A Cabin On The Lake
    5. Sails
    6. Planet 4 / Main Theme
    7. Launcher Landing
    8. Wheat Field
    9. Spores
    10. The Med Bay
    11. Grass Attack


    LP 2
    1. Dead Civilization
    2. Survivors
    3. Payload Deployment
    4. Command Override
    5. Face Hugger
    6. Chest Burster
    7. Lonely Perfection
    8. Cargo Lift
    9. Bring It To My Turf
    10. Terraforming Bay
    11. Alien Covenant Theme

    Jed Kurzel
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  • Timespan Timespan Quick View

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    Timespan

    Majeure is the alter ego of Zombi drummer A.E. Paterra, and Timespan is its debut release. Taking the term "full-length" quite literally, the album is made up of three epic side-long journeys through time and space. Merging the darkness of Vangelis' Blade Runner-era Moog-driven scores and the stately minimalism of Steve Reich and Philip Glass with the relentless drive of Can and Silver Apples, Timespan delivers inspiring sci-fi disco of the highest caliber.
    1. The Dresden Codex

    2. Teleforce

    3. Timespan

    Majeure
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  • Helio Parallax Helio Parallax Quick View

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    Helio Parallax

    With effective explorations in time and space, Helio Parallax presents a sound deeply rooted in spiritual expression. True analog electronic music (no laptops) with cinematic landscapes (think Blade Runner meets Miles Davis Elevator To The Gallows sound track) anchored by deep dub/hip hop beats with skilled instrumentation to create an atmospheric landscape coined Sci Fi Dub Noir.
    1. Helio Parallax
    2. Strange Dream (feat. Louque)
    3. Another Broken Human
    4. Kilgore Trout Dub
    5. Soft Blind Pony Ride (feat. Bianca Casady)
    6. Speed of Life (feat. Jahdan Blakkamoore)
    7. Frank's Lament (feat. Doug Wieselman)
    8. Nocturne For Secret Planets
    9. After the Flood
    10. Happy Helio
    11. City of Glass
    Helio Parallax
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  • The Phoenix The Phoenix Quick View

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    The Phoenix

    One of the first fruits of Fhloston Paradigm rose out of the very popular 'King Britt presents Fhloston Paradigm' Hyperdub 12" in 2011, the name itself a fitting misspelling of the destination from the film Fifth Element, called 'Fhloston Paradise.' This initial EP won over many new fans with its inspired vision of how music with its DNA in a vintage future - formed by a childhood growing up with the peak of Science Fiction, from Close Encounters, to Blade Runner and Doctor Who - can sound. It hit upon a creative and adventurous way to fly above the needless analog and digital binary and represent both sides.
    1. Portal 1
    2. Race To The Moon
    3. Letters Of The Past feat. Pia Ercole
    4. Chasing Rainbows
    5. Perception
    6. Never Defeated feat. Rachel Claudio
    7. Tension Remains feat. Pia Ercole
    8. It's All About feat. Pia Ercole
    9. More feat. Marlo Reynolds
    10. The Phoenix
    11. Portal 3
    12. Never Forget

    13. Portal 4
    14. Light On Edge feat. Natasha Kmeto
    Fhloston Paradigm
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  • The Wave Of Electrical Sound (Pre-Order) The Wave Of Electrical Sound (Pre-Order) Quick View

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    The Wave Of Electrical Sound (Pre-Order)

    Celebrating the 50th anniversary of Country Joe And The Fish's two influential titles, Electric Music For The Mind
    And Body and I-Feel-Like-I'm-Fixin-To-Die, this deluxe vinyl box set will offer both LPs both in stereo and mono -
    four LPs in total, each pressed on 180-gram vinyl, and in their original jackets.


    A 30-minute documentary DVD on the band by David Peoples (Blade Runner, Unforgiven, 12 Monkeys), is included, as well as a handful of replicated ephemera from the band's heyday.

    LP 1: Electric Music For the Mind And Body (MONO)
    1. Flying High
    2. Not So Sweet Martha Lorraine
    3. Death Sound
    4. Porpoise Mouth
    5. Section 43
    6. Superbird
    7. Sad And Lonely Times
    8. Love
    9. Bass Strings
    10. The Masked Marauder
    11. Grace


    LP 2: Electric Music For the Mind And Body (STEREO)
    1. Flying High
    2. Not So Sweet Martha Lorraine
    3. Death Sound
    4. Porpoise Mouth
    5. Section 43
    6. Superbird
    7. Sad And Lonely Times
    8. Love
    9. Bass Strings
    10. The Masked Marauder
    11. Grace


    LP 3: I-Feel-Like-I'm-Fixin'-To-Die (MONO)
    1. The Fish Cheer & I-Feel-Like-I'm-Fixin'-To-Die
    2. Who Am I
    3. Pat's Song
    4. Rock Coast Blues
    5. Magoo
    6. Janis
    7. Thought Dream
    8. Thursday
    9. Eastern Jam
    10. Colors For Susan


    LP 4: I-Feel-Like-I'm-Fixin'-To-Die (STEREO)
    1. The Fish Cheer & I-Feel-Like-I'm-Fixin'-To-Die
    2. Who Am I
    3. Pat's Song
    4. Rock Coast Blues
    5. Magoo
    6. Janis
    7. Thought Dream
    8. Thursday
    9. Eastern Jam
    10. Colors For Susan

    Country Joe & The Fish
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    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP Box Set + DVD - 4 LPs Sealed PRE-ORDER Buy Now
  • Take Refuge In Clean Living Take Refuge In Clean Living Quick View

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    Take Refuge In Clean Living

    Remastered For Vinyl From Original Recordings


    Opening with a nod to Syd Barret's Pink Floyd (Piper at the Gates of Dawn) Take Refuge In Clean Living begins with morse code and drops into one of the heaviest slow-burn grooves in the Grails canon. Sounding something like Hawkwind and Ravi Shankar scoring Blade Runner, it's lysergic and earthy for Grails in a new way. The rest of the record moves from blissful Eno-inspired ambience, to epic Morricone rock hymns, to an unexpected take on a Ventures tune that returns the listener to the very beginnings of instrumental rock music. The touring incarnation of Grails in 2006 and 2007 included good friend and drummer Ben Nugent, allowing Emil Amos to switch to 3rd guitar for the band's live instrumentation. The DNA of this guitar-heavy line-up allowed for new kinds of arrangements and bigger melodies. In early 2007, the then-5-piece entered Steven Lobdell's (Faust) Audible Alchemy studio to document the new songs written with this augmented ensemble. Those sessions make up Take Refuge In Clean Living.


    Remastered for vinyl and reissued for the first time in nearly a decade, Take Refuge In Clean Living sees Grails pulling back their already wide lens on multiple sonic horizons. Grails often take what would sound over-ambitious on paper and make it sonically flow in an effortless, laid-back style. The band is defined by exploration and they've created a template for themselves where any style or method can be ingested to reap legitimate rewards. Take Refuge In Clean Living rightly suggested that Grails wouldn't run out of ideas.

    1. Stoned at the Taj Again
    2. PTSD
    3. 11th Hour
    4. Take Refuge
    5. Clean Living
    Grails
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  • Odd Blood Odd Blood Quick View

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    Odd Blood

    Since the release of their critically acclaimed 2007 debut All Hour Cymbals, Yeasayer has been around the world and back again. While their first record was conceived in total artistic isolation, constant touring forced Yeasayer to finally engage with their contemporaries. Inspired by musicians hell-bent on sonic experimentation as well as those more comfortable in a pop context, Yeasayer find their domain spanning across the musical spectrum. Studied, road worn, and eager to begin phase two, Yeasayer retreated to upstate New York to begin work on their new album titled ODD BLOOD.


    If All Hour Cymbals was Yeasayer's attempt at global and ambient cultural mash-up then ODD BLOOD takes place in an off-world colony sometime after the Singularity. Glimmering reverb haze is eschewed and replaced by a cavalcade of disorienting pitch effects and flickering ectoplasmic wisps. Instead of layered vocal harmonies the processed vocals congeal into blots and blobs of otherworldly chatter. Many organic elements are left behind and replaced by sounds and rhythms that inspire the body as much as the mind. At times Yeasayer sound as if they would be at home playing live in scene from Blade Runner or inside one of Oscar Neimeyer's concrete modernist temples from the 1960s.


    ODD BLOOD is an album divided into two halves; the first being top heavy with pop songs, while the latter full of the playful and strange.


    Side One. The album begins with The Children, a twisted chopped and screwed stomp, full of sub bass and spooky keyboards. Distorted vocals create hidden hooks and it's immediately clear: this isn't the same Yeasayer. After the rubble clears the album leaps into Yeasayer's version of the pop anthem with Ambling Alp, Madder Red, I Remember, and O.N.E. Yeasayer have plunged into the craft of pop music, and the exercise has paid off.


    Side Two. The second half of ODD BLOOD is slightly more experimental in nature. Sci-fi musical jams (Mondegreen), maniacal rants (Grizelda), and paranoia (Love Me Girl) show the band exploring more paranoid motifs, yet never deprive the listener of hooks and ear candy.


    ODD BLOOD plays out at a blistering pace, yet it never sacrifices depth or content. It is immediately evident the band has advanced in songwriting as well as sonic craft. Lyrically, it is a more mature and honest album than the first, as the band demonstrates a confidence to explore more personal themes alongside vividly depicted tales. One thing is certain: Yeasayer are accomplished audiologists who are willing to pilfer decades of pop sensibilities and cultural history to create something that is uniquely their own.

    Side A


    1. The Children
    2. Ambling Alp
    3. Madder Red
    4. I Remember
    5. O.N.E.


    Side B


    1. Love Me Girl
    2. Rome
    3. Strange Reunions
    4. Mondegreen
    5. Grizelda

    Yeasayer
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  • Automaton Automaton Quick View

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    Automaton

    Gossamer is Evan Reiner-the producer, guitarist, synthesizer scientist and
    urban-spelunking field recorder whose full-length debut Automaton dissolves
    the genre-breaking electronica of Autechre and Boards of Canada into a
    bottomless sea of found sound and ambient atmosphere. It's less an album than
    an environment all its own, or a journey into the unexplored. And whether it's
    inspiring a trip deep into the discography of Steve Reich or into California's
    beautifully desolate Ansel Adams Wilderness, it's that fearless spirit of
    exploration that brought Automaton to life.


    Reiner grew up in the L.A. neighborhood of Eagle Rock with a father telling war
    stories about seeing Black Flag and the Germs play and with a set of cousins
    who'd get him started listening to hip-hop. (Especially instrumentals by
    iconoclastic producers like Premier, RZA and New York's crushing DITC crew,
    Reiner remembers.) As he turned 16, he was playing guitar "religiously," he says,
    as well as listening intently to Slayer and Cannibal Corpse on the way to
    ferocious hardcore shows on the fringes of Los Angeles.


    By the time he graduated high school, he was a hardcore kid with a heavy
    grounding in hip-hop who'd developed so tremendously as a guitarist that he
    was practicing notoriously formidable Django Reinhardt songs for fun. The
    connection might not seem obvious, but it was there nonetheless-these were
    three distinct musical forms equally dedicated to passion, individual technique
    and total commitment to expression.


    He won admission to the prestigious Berklee School of Music in Boston, where
    his first semesters in the fall of 2009 were everything he'd hoped. But the more
    he studied, the clearer it became that he'd need to strike out on his own: "So
    many professors would tell their students what the right thing to do was in a
    creative setting," he says now. "There is no right way."


    He'd once used his computer just to help with his composition homework, but
    now he was restless. So he began to focus on the potential of electronic music:
    "I realized it was like having every component of a band at your fingertips," he
    says. "It felt free and genuine with no distractions." He'd begun to make his own
    field recordings, too, capturing the sounds of Boston at sunrise and stirring
    them into his beat experiments. Intense study of movie sound and foley artistry,
    like pouring sand across drum cymbals or using spent shells from a gun range
    for percussion, gave him a whole new vocabulary, and he found further
    inspiration in artists from Ai Weiwei to Maya Duren to Stanley Kubrick to Delia
    Derbyshire-people who blew open the boundaries of their own disciplines.
    Then in July 2013, he began to make what would become his first full-length
    album as Gossamer. He'd rent an armful of microphones and hike to the tunnels
    under Pasadena's eerie Devil's Gate Dam, site of suicides and barely-thwarted
    summonings in the tradition of Aleister Crowley. ("The echo is crazy," he says.)
    During a month in Japan, he recorded "terrifying trains" and cicadas and the
    squeals of a rusting bicycle. He'd record himself smashing trash under a bridge
    in downtown L.A., or knocking rebar against rotting wood 8,000 feet above sea
    level in California's Ansel Adams Wilderness Area. Then he'd come
    home-whether "home" at that particular moment was his own studio, a capsule
    hotel in Japan, a friend's place in Boston or a temporary space in New York-and
    "make accidents happen," he says, with recorders and samplers and guitar and
    (this time) a stable of analog synthesizers.


    The result was Gossamer's Automaton, a precise and gentle dreamscape of
    experimental electronica, where the ambient atmosphere of Gas drifts across
    the fractured beats of Autechre or Boards of Canada. It starts with its own
    sunrise on "Thoughtform," where birdsong melts into ghostly vocals and waves
    of synthesizer, and then shifts into the haunting "Print," which transplants the
    sci-fi sensibilities of Vangelis to some desolate and wild new world. His "Okuma"
    is like a Tortoise song that never touches solid ground, while tracks like [3] and
    [5] recall the Brian Eno of Fourth World, somehow ancient and futuristic at
    once. When the crickets start chirping on closer "-;- ", it's a signal that the
    day-and the journey-are both coming to an end. It's might be his first album,
    but it's also a first step towards something new.


    "Automaton is me," Reiner explains. "It's my process. It's a symbol of having
    accepted that there is a difference between being alone and being lonely. It's a
    coping mechanism for the struggle to realize and balance what I am and am not
    in control of in my life. It reminds me of playing Bioshock and watching Blade
    Runner at the same time while naked in the jungle on another planet. It makes
    me think of watching an old home video of myself and seeing Neptune right
    outside my window. The list goes on and on-I could go forever."

    1. Thoughtform
    2. Print
    3. 3d Relief
    4. Okuma
    5. J - Cruise
    6. Off World
    7. Truax
    8. For Sleep
    Gossamer
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    Dystopia (Out Of Stock)

    Iced Earths 10th studio offering, Dystopia, while not a concept album, founder Jon Schaffer admits there are unifying themes to several of the songs, and even an appearance by band mascot Set Abominae. In much the same way Horror Show (the bands tribute to classic characters from literature and movies) was born, band leader John Schaffer said his interest in dystopian themes in music and movies led him to try his hand at that genre as well, even paying homage on the new album to the movies Dark City, V For Vendetta and Soylent Green. The end result is Iced Earth meets the nightmarish offspring of Brave New World and Blade Runner.
    1. Dystopia
    2. Anthem
    3. Boiling Point
    4. Anguish of Youth
    5. V
    6. Dark City
    7. Equilibrium
    8. Days of Rage
    9. End of Innocence
    10. Tragedy & Triumph
    Iced Earth
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