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  • Max's Kansas City (Discontinued) Max's Kansas City (Discontinued) Quick View

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    Max's Kansas City (Discontinued)

    In the summer of '70, The Velvet Underground was the house band, and their nightly gigs, propelled by Lou Reed's mesmerizing vocals, are the stuff of legend. Documented on a cassette player by one of the Velvet's entourage.


    Capturing one of Reed's last-some say final-performances with the band before going solo. It both immortalizes a precise moment in pop culture history, and also spotlights one of rock's most influential bands at the peak of their extraordinary powers.

    1. I'm Waiting For The Man
    2. Sweet Jane
    3. Lonesome Cowboy Bill
    4. Beginning To See The Light
    5. I'll Be Your Mirror
    6. Pale Blue Eyes
    7. Sunday Morning
    8. New Age
    9. Femme Fatale
    10. After Hours
    Velvet Underground
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  • Crosley Director CD Recorder with Bluetooth Turntable Crosley Director CD Recorder with Bluetooth Turntable Quick View

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    Crosley Director CD Recorder with Bluetooth Turntable


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    In the music industry a Director has many roles in creating the perfect musical masterpiece. The Crosley Director CD Recorder allows you to be your own producer, or at least a preserver. Capturing your favorite songs from your private collection has never been easier thanks to Crosley. With the simple touch of a button, you can effortlessly record all of those 33's, 45's, 78's and even cassettes directly to CD.


    If the music doesn't take you back in time, the traditional Crosley styled cabinet will rock you back to the good old days. The sleek design houses a variety of technology complete with a 3-speed turntable, CD recorder, cassette deck, portable audio ready feature, AM/FM radio with a nostalgic analog tuner and a programmable CD player. With this much style and functionality the Director is a must have for any home.


    Crosley
    $299.99
    Director CD Recorder with Bluetooth Turntable Buy Now
  • Crosley CR42D-PA Lancaster Musician Entertainment Center With Bluetooth Turntable Crosley CR42D-PA Lancaster Musician Entertainment Center With Bluetooth Turntable Quick View

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    Crosley CR42D-PA Lancaster Musician Entertainment Center With Bluetooth Turntable


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    Tune in with the nostalgic Crosley Lancaster, an antique-styled entertainment center with an aviator dial and handsome grillwork. Lift the hinged lid to reveal a 3-speed turntable that plays your 33 1/3, 45 and 78 RPM records. Adjustable Pitch control lets you customize your listening experience. After listening to your old vinyls, sit back and relax to the AM/FM radio, cassette player, or CD player.


    The Lancaster is also portable audio ready - simply plug in your portable audio device or MP3 Player. There's also built-in Bluetooth, allowing you to stream your favorite music from your Bluetooth-enabled device wirelessly to the full-range stereo speakers.


    Crosley
    $169.99
    CR42D-PA Lancaster Musician Entertainment Center With Bluetooth Turntable Buy Now
  • Klipsch PowerGate Amplified PlayFi Wireless Gateway Klipsch PowerGate Amplified PlayFi Wireless Gateway Quick View

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    Klipsch PowerGate Amplified PlayFi Wireless Gateway


    Featuring a 2 x 100 watt class D amplifier, the Klipsch PowerGate can drive even the most difficult speaker. So whether you use a pair of bookshelf speakers in the office or connect a pair of Klipschorn speakers, the PowerGate will deliver the goods.


    As part of the Klipsch Stream wireless multi-room audio system, anything you plug into the PowerGate can be selected and streamed for playback in any room(s) of your house where Klipsch Stream products are located.




    Everything You Need

    The PowerGate has high resolution digital audio inputs for 192kHz 24-bit sound. Connect your computer, Blu-Ray, CD player, or anything else and enjoy the high-resolution 2-channel stereo sound.


    The PowerGate is an incredibly versatile product. Use it as a traditional 2-channel stereo amplifier, a tabletop USB DAC Headphone Amplifier, and you can use it with your Klipsch Stream Wireless Multi-Room Audio system for playback of the audio sources on the network in your room.




    Phono Pre-Amp & RCA Inputs? Yes, Please!

    The Klipsch PowerGate also includes a selectable phono pre-amp/RCA line-level input, so you can even connect analog sources such as your record player, cassette player, or 8-track player (yes, we know you're out there).




    Easy To Control

    The PowerGate features integrated controls on the front panel that make it easy to select the source, pair Bluetooth®, adjust the volume, adjust the subwoofer volume and mute the sound. A remote control is also included. And if you're using it as part of the Klipsch Stream Wireless Multi-Room Audio system, you can also use the Klipsch Stream app to control it.




    Need More To Bass

    The Klipsch PowerGate also incldues a low frequency audio output, making it easy for you to add a subwoofer to your local setup. Additionally, stereo RCA audio outputs make it easy to to run audio out to an external amplifier if you wish.




    Wireless Streaming To Any Room

    The Klipsch PowerGate makes it easy for you to rebroadcast any audio source to other rooms in your Klipsch Stream Wireless Multi-Room Audio system. Enjoy in-room listening by selecting the line in from the Klipsch Stream app. You can even enjoy your LPs in multiple rooms of your house.


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    Klipsch
    $499.00
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  • Reflekzionz Reflekzionz Quick View

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    Reflekzionz

    Ekoplekz delivers his third long-player for Planet Mu, and whilst the murky four-track cassette sound and dirty analogue textures are still very much in place, keen ears might spot a subtle change in emphasis. There are less of the radiophonic sci-fi sounds, ancient drum machines and none of the post-punk bass or guitar. Instead, Nick Edwards mainly focuses on invoking a blurry, saturated false-memory of the leftfield electronica that was the soundtrack to his life in the early to mid-1990s.
    LP1
    1. A Caustic Romance
    2. Quakers Road Skank
    3. Seduktion
    4. Repeater (How Did It Feel?)
    5. Downtone
    6. Midnight Cliffs


    LP2
    1. Tremulant
    2. Dubnium 268
    3. Canon's Marsh
    4. Black Calkz
    5. Saturation (Full Rinse)
    6. Day In May

    Ekoplekz
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  • Radiant Door Radiant Door Quick View

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    Radiant Door

    Earn is Matthew Sullivan, known to some already as Privy Seals, his extremely harsh noise project, collaborator with underground ambient artist Sean McCann, owner of the cassette label Ekhein, one half of the group 1958-2009 and former member of the legendary Deep Jew. A prolific gentleman with an ear for blissful engulfing tones and radiance that go beyond ambient or shoe gaze. His project Earn stands as a testament at his ability to use minimalism as an approach to guitar playing to find sounds, exude gentle brushes of color and embrace the emotional state of the player.
    1. Dark Eyes
    2. Radiant Door
    3. Still as the Night
    4. Low Profile
    5. Frost Inside the Asylums
    Crystal Stilts
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  • A Following Shadow A Following Shadow Quick View

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    A Following Shadow

    Earn is Matthew Sullivan, known to some already as Privy Seals, his extremely harsh noise project, collaborator with underground ambient artist Sean McCann, owner of the cassette label Ekhein, one half of the group 1958-2009 and former member of the legendary Deep Jew. A prolific gentleman with an ear for blissful engulfing tones and radiance that go beyond ambient or shoe gaze. His project Earn stands as a testament at his ability to use minimalism as an approach to guitar playing to find sounds, exude gentle brushes of color and embrace the emotional state of the player.
    1. Avenue
    2. Pressure Of Speech
    3. Living Daylight
    4. Leather Rose
    5. A Following Shadow
    6. Only Black Out
    7. Hundreds of Years
    Earn
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  • Handwriting (Awaiting Repress) Handwriting (Awaiting Repress) Quick View

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    Handwriting (Awaiting Repress)

    Rachel's began recording in April of 1991 in Baltimore, MD under the direction of Christian Frederickson and Jason Noble. Subsequently, they met and became close friends with Rachel Grimes (who was given a copy of their Rachel's Halo cassette because of her first name). In September of 1994 after a few more city moves, band break-ups, and general melancholy, these three musicians decided to become a full time band and complete their first recording, Handwriting.


    The trio assembled other musicians who they respected; John, Mark and Barry from the Chicago supergroup the Coctails, Kevin Coultas from Rodan, Shellac bassist Bob Weston, and several other string players from various walks of life. The result was a group of semi-vagrants, some reading from sheet music, some rambunctious noisemakers, working from an equally improvisational and tight-assed way.


    Since the release of Handwriting in 1995, Rachel's has performed in libraries, churches, rock dungeons, ballrooms, gardens, bowling alleys and movie theaters across the world. They have worked with filmmakers, dance companies, stage productions, printmakers and photographers. Their recordings and shows have been described as subversives with a cello, classical post-rock, post-classical and lo-fi Louisville loafers.

    1. Southbound to Marion
    2. M. Daguerre
    3. Saccharin
    4. Frida Kahlo
    5. Seratonin
    6. Full On Night
    7. Handwriting
    Rachel's
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  • Volume 5 (Awaiting Repress) Volume 5 (Awaiting Repress) Quick View

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    Volume 5 (Awaiting Repress)

    Remastered from a Cassette Copy Source


    From the late 1960s until the early 1990s, a vibrant music scene in Somalia's capital Mogadishu was teeming with pop and folk musicians exploring the boundaries of regional sensibilities. With inuences spanning several genres of Somali traditional music, often meshed with Western pop, jazz and Middle-Eastern elements, a swirling diversity of sounds were being created, consumed, supported and encouraged.


    Dur-Dur Band emerged during a time when Somalia's distinctive contribution to the creative culture in the Horn of Africa was visible and abundant. Thousands of recordings made at the Somali National Theatre, Radio Mogadishu and other studios, were complemented by the nightclubs at Hotel Juba, Jazeera Hotel and Hotel al-Curuuba, creating a ourishing music scene.


    This recording, which was remastered from a cassette copy source, is a document of Dur-Dur Band after establishing itself as one of the most popular bands in Mogadishu. The challenge of locating a complete long-player from this era is evidenced by the delity of this recording. However, the complex, soulful music penetrates the hiss.


    By 1987 Dur-Dur Band's line-up featured singers Sahra Abukar Dawo, Abdinur Adan Daljir, Mohamed Ahmed Qomal and Abdukadir Mayow Buunis, backed by Abukar Dahir Qasim (guitar), Yusuf Abdi Haji Aleevi (guitar), Ali Dhere (trumpet), Muse Mohamed Araci (saxophone), Abdul Dhegey (saxophone), Eise Dahir Qasim (keyboard), Mohamed Ali Mohamed (bass), Adan Mohamed Ali Handal (drums), Ooyaaye Eise and Ali Bisha (congas) and Mohamed Karma, Dahir Yaree and Murjaan Ramandan (backing vocals). Dur-Dur Band managed to release almost a dozen recordings before emigrating to Ethiopia, Djibouti and America.


    Dur-Dur Band was considered a "private band," not beholden to government pressure to sing about political topics. They practiced a love- and culture-oriented lyricism. Government-sponsored bands like those of the military and the police forces, as well as many of the well-known folk musicians, made songs that were chiey political or patriotic in nature.


    In a country that has been disrupted by civil war, heated clan divisions and security concerns, music and the arts has suffered from stagnation in recent years. Many of the
    best-known musicians left the country. Music became nearly outlawed in Mogadishu in 2010. Incidentally, more than ten years after Volume 5 (1987) was recorded at Radio Mogadishu, the state-run broadcaster was the only station in Somalia to resist the ban on music briey enacted by Al-Shabab.


    Dur-Dur Band is a powerful and illustrative lens through which to appreciate a facet of the incredible sounds in Somalia before the country's stability took a turn. But Somali music of all kinds continues to thrive thanks in part to the diaspora living in cities worldwide. An extensive network of news, music and video websites, along with dozens of voluminous YouTube channels, makes clear an exciting relentlessness among artists. Reports of musicians returning to Mogadishu from years abroad bodes well for the immediate future of music and expression in Somalia.

    1. Dur-Dur Band Introduction
    2. Hayeelin
    3. Halelo
    4. Fagfagley
    5. Ilawad Cashaqa
    6. Garsore Waa Ilaah
    7. Aada Fududey Iga Ahow
    8. Tajir Waa Ilaah
    9. Dholey
    10. Amiina Awdaay
    11. Dooyo
    Dur-Dur Band
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  • Deep Trip Deep Trip Quick View

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    Deep Trip

    Destruction Unit are an American band formed in the Sonoran desert of Arizona. Dug up from the sonic landfills of the cosmos, these radical desert dwellers have built a reputation for both mesmerizing and terrorizing crowds with their sheer
    power and intensity.


    Formed by Ryan Rousseau, D. Unit was initially a synthheavy three piece whose other members were Jay Reatard and Alicja Trout (Lost Sounds); likewise Rousseau was also in the Reatards before Jay went solo. Born out of the nucleus of the Memphis Goner Records scene and transplanted into Tempe, AZ, Rousseau has grown the band in the last few years into a full sonic assault, which now includes three guitar players (himself, Nick Nappa & Jesco Aurelius), his brother Rusty Rousseau on bass, and a 19 year-old classically trained drummer, Andrew Flores. This line-up has released several cassettes on their own label Ascetic House, a small run lP, Void on Jolly Dream and most recently a limited edition 7 on Suicide Squeeze.


    Deep Trip is their first proper studio album, produced by Ben Greenberg of The Men, Hubble, and Pygmy Shrews at Vacation Island in NY. It's the first long player which truly captures their burning spirits. Morphine boogie for the 21st century noise addict. A spiritual odyssey of sadomasochistic self-loathing with songs about love and freedom. Selling drugs to make music to sell drugs to; aggressive psychedelic sprawl at its finest. The future of Rock and Roll burning through three twin reverbs and a pound of grass.

    1. The World On Drugs
    2. Slow Death Sounds
    3. Bumpy Road
    4. God Trip
    5. Final Flight
    6. The Holy Ghost
    7. Control The Light
    8. Night Loner
    Destruction Unit
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  • Upside Down Mountain Upside Down Mountain Quick View

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    Upside Down Mountain

    Though only 34, Conor Oberst has been a recording artist for more than two decades, starting with raw, acoustic guitar-based bedroom tracks he cut as a young teenager and initially released on cassette. After his early Omaha-based band Commander Venus broke up, Oberst recast himself as Bright Eyes, an umbrella name for Oberst, producer-keyboardist Mike Mogis and multi-instrumentalist/arranger Nathaniel Wolcott, and a shifting group of collaborators. By the time he released Lifted or The Story is in the Soil, Keep Your Ear to the Ground on Saddle Creek, the label he helped found with friends in Omaha, Oberst was a word-of-mouth success, with an avid young audience that helped to sell out his tours. The critics soon followed. Rolling Stone called him "a true American original: the ghost of Walt Whitman setting up shop in the wraith-white, rail-thin frame of an acoustic-strumming Nebraska Cure fan." The 2005 simultaneous release of two markedly different Bright Eyes albums-the more singer-songwriter-oriented I'm Wide Awake, It's Morning and the darker, computerized Digital Ash in a Digital Urn-displayed the breadth of his talent. Time Magazine listed I'm Wide Awake among its top 10 albums of the year. Since then, Bright Eyes has continued to evolve, its lineup morphing with each successive tour. While supporting his 2007 Cassadaga album, Oberst took over New York City's Town Hall for a week of sold-out shows, with his large, string-augmented ensemble outfitted spectacularly in white suits. He's also recorded and toured with Mogis, Jim James, and M. Ward as Monsters of Folk as well as with his own Mystic Valley Band. For the first leg of his summer 2014 tour, he's bringing along Wilson's other pals, the Southern Californian quartet Dawes as his support act and backing band.


    "I feel lucky that I have been able to do this for as longs as I have," declares Oberst. "I've seen so many talented friends come and go, for a lot of different reasons. Sometimes they stop making music because they can't pay the bills or they lose the passion for it. At this point it is my life. I don't know another way to live. There is something fundamental in myself; I have to be this way. It completes what I am."


    Upside Down Mountain features many other friends of Oberst's, including producer Jonathan Wilson, engineer Andy LeMaster, bassist Macey Taylor, multi-instrumentalist Blake Mills, and the Swedish sibling folk-rock vocal duo First Aid Kit. What started as exploratory demos with producer-musician Jonathan Wilson at his Fivestar Studios in the Echo Park neighborhood of Los Angeles, in a home Wilson rents from Oberst, became the first de facto album sessions. Returning to his native Omaha, Nebraska, Oberst kept rolling with the help of frequent collaborator, engineer, and friend Andy LeMaster at his own ARC Studios. Even more tracking followed in Omaha last November and December. Then Oberst and Wilson moved south to Blackbird Studio in Nashville.


    "This is a return to an earlier way I wrote," Oberst says of the songs on Upside Down Mountain. "It's more intimate or personal, if you will. Even if all my songs come from the same place, you make different aesthetic decisions along the way. For me, language is a huge part of why I make music. I'm not the greatest guitar player or piano player-I'm not the greatest singer, either-but I feel if I can come up with melodies I like that are fused with poetry I'm proud of, then that's what I bring to the table. That's why I'm able to do this."

    1. Time Forgot
    2. Zigzagging Toward the Light
    3. Hundreds of Ways
    4. Artifact #1
    5. Lonely at the Top
    6. Enola Gay
    7. Double Life
    8. Kick
    9. Night at Lake Unknown
    10. You Are Your Mother's Child
    11. Governor's Ball
    12. Desert Island Questionnaire
    13. Common Knowledge
    Conor Oberst
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  • Whatever Will Happen Whatever Will Happen Quick View

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    Whatever Will Happen

    I was walking to the post office a few months ago when I saw 5 unkempt
    figures heading my way. As they got closer, I recognized these guys. They had
    played at our gallery last month, fogged the windows up good. Captivated the
    crowd with their impossibly balanced creation of modern and classic, a blend of
    Steely Dan cool and General Public pop, Squeezish hooks and Aztec Camera
    guitar flair. It was like a crash course in 60s pop, 70s avant-garde, 80s new wave
    and 90s popkid charm, with that unmistakable Puget Sound flavor. They were iji.


    Iji's a band projecting their own brand of pop, nudging the genre into the
    comfort zone of a punk community, embracing a desire for rack-a-chack, ethereal
    and naivist sounds often unexplored by contemporaries.


    Back on the sidewalk, I asked them what they were doing back in town.
    Apparently after the Team Love show the band had decided to go night swimming.
    Oblivious to the magical, secluded moonlit respite where the river bends wide or
    the lake meets the shallow cliff, iji wound up breaking into the local community
    pool, immediately getting arrested by the local community cops, and spending the
    night in the local community clink.    Now, rather than being out on tour in some
    distant state or country spreading their transcendental party music, they had routed
    themselves back up Hudson Valley way to appear in court and find that their
    punishment was, essentially, all the cash in their merch box. A bummer; quickly
    diverted by throwing together a few last minute shows and cruising on.


    Shortly after this chance encounter Quarterbacks Dean came by the shop
    and said he had heard the new iji album and did I want to give it a listen. I said
    something like, fuck yeah, and that was that.


    Zach Burba, the founder of iji, is what you might call a lifer. Iji is always
    in a state of 'to be continued,' in the way that a journeyman is always and
    perpetually transitioning into the master. They've put out numerous albums, singles,
    cassettes, and splits over the past 10 years; toured coast to coast playing DIY
    venues and houses where restrictions don't apply. This type of DIY pop is a
    lifestyle; it's Kokopelli roaming the countryside sharing a song in exchange for a
    roof and a bowl of soup.


    On Whatever Will Happen, iji has whipped a notebook full of travel
    poems into a full-length American Experimental Highway Pop Opus. The band's
    eleventh or twelfth album is the first one recorded at Anacortes, Washington's The
    Unknown Music Studio with a solid line-up, the Seattle underground music scene's
    best players. Jake Jones and Curran Foster from Sick Sad World, Will Murdoch
    from Pill Wonder, Evan Easthope from Neighbors, Erin Birgy of Mega Bog, plus a
    handful of jazz horn players and inspired back-up singers. Whatever Will Happen
    speeds past quiet beaches with soft-rock wind in the hair, through mountain passes
    with windows-down-power-pop, into seedy cities with free-jazz flavor and shameless
    disco grooves.


    The next time iji come to town, I'm going to take them up to the ridge and
    show them a real swimming hole, something that's locals-only and worthy of their
    greatness. And with that said, let's wrap this up by stating that Team Love is proud
    to announce the release of Whatever Will Happen.

    1. Cruisin USA
    2. Cool Moves
    3. All The Light
    4. Hard 2 Wait
    5. Parking Lot Palms
    6. Something Else
    7. Eastern Beach
    8. Dark Session
    9. Crumbs and Wires
    10. Bound 2 Glory
    11. They Play
    12. Let Fire Come
    iji
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  • Black Death & Beyond (Out of Stock) Black Death & Beyond (Out of Stock) Quick View

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    Black Death & Beyond (Out of Stock)

    White, Black And Transparent Colored Vinyl


    'Black Death and Beyond' is a special collector's boxset featuring an in-depth book containing extensive accounts of the band's history and philosophy from both Gylve 'Fenriz' Nagell & Ted 'Nocturno Culto' Skjellum, as well as additional recollections from bass player Dag Nilsen. Numerous other artists and friends along the way give their thoughts on the legends too, plus the book contains a large amount of personal photos from the band archive.


    Also included are 3 vinyls featuring Darkthrone's own choice cuts from their illustrious collection of death/black/ & metal/punk classics, presented on white, black, and transparent vinyl.


    Fenriz explains the concept behind the track selections: "I never quit my day job; one of the reasons being that I can listen to music on headphones there all the time. To the extent that I rarely listen to music at home anymore, and if I do it's like I can't hear it PROPERLY. At work with headphones is where the details reveal themselves and also which songs I can and can't use in compilations or dj'ing appear quite clearly.
    Every time I get/buy a cassette or vinyl I have to transfer them to wav files via a computer programme, then I write a little note to accompany the final burnt disc. But the note first swings by my workplace where I can rate the various songs with a clever underlining-system called THE FENRIZOLATOR. And so passes the days.


    Then came the idea to do a Darkthrone book and with it a vast box set. There was talk about 3 compilation discs, one with Death, one with Black and one with our other styles. So be it. But this time I took it upon myself do it PROPERLY. And to do that....well, I had to face my own rating system. Because I also use the F-OLATOR on regular CD's, it took 3 whole days to rate all of our 16 full length albums. Certain discoveries
    were made, like the song I think is worst by Darkthrone is HANS SISTE VINTER (Scoring only 12 out of 60 points) and also that The Cult Is Alive is probably our best album - at least it's the one with the highest grades consistently. But I digress. AGGRESSIVE DIGRESSOR!!! Lists were made, and I truly tried to be as honest and fair as possible, Ted was initially going to do this but I think he suddenly saw how monumental
    a task it would be, and ended up with - well, what you hold in your hands right now. My "BEST OF" trying to follow both my biased ratings, crystal logic and also personal favours and my fave Ted songs".


    This edition of 'Black Death and Beyond' is to be limited to a single vinyl pressing.

    Black:
    1. In the Shadow of the Horns
    2. Inn I De Dype Skogers Favn
    3. Under a Funeral Moon
    4. I en Hall Med Flesk og Mjod
    5. The Hordes of Nebulah
    6. The Claws of Time
    7. Fucked Up & Ready to Die
    8. Hate is the Law
    9. The Cult of Goliath


    Death:
    1. Snowfall
    2. Sunrise over Locus Mortis
    3. Soulside Journey
    4. Neptune Towers
    5. Nor the Silent Whispers
    6. Iconoclasm Sweeps Cappadocia (NRK version)
    7. Sadomasochistic Rites
    8. In his Lovely Kingdom
    9. Black Daimon
    10. Paragon Belial


    Beyond:
    1. Graveyard Slut
    2. Forebyggende Krig
    3. These Shores are Damned
    4. Pervertor of the 7 Gates
    5. Wisdom of the Dead
    6. The Winds they called the Dungeon Shaker
    7. Grizzly Trade
    8. Those Treasures Will Never Befall You
    9. Stylized Corpse
    10. The Ones You Left Behind

    Darkthrone
    $84.99
    Colored Vinyl LP Box Set + Book - 3 LPs Sealed Temporarily out of stock
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