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  • Clerks (20th Anniversary Soundtrack) (Awaiting Repress) Clerks (20th Anniversary Soundtrack) (Awaiting Repress) Quick View

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    Clerks (20th Anniversary Soundtrack) (Awaiting Repress)

    Clear With Black Smoke (Limited To 1500)


    Available On Vinyl For The First Time


    Mastered For Vinyl And Lacquers Created By Stan Ricker


    Gatefold Jacket And D Side Etching


    To celebrate Clerks 20th anniversary the soundtrack will be pressed to vinyl for the first time ever! Clerks is the 1994 soundtrack album to the film of the same name. The original soundtrack's mix of dialogue from the movie (''I'm not even supposed to be here today!'') and tunes by some of the leading groups of the alternative era will now play out across three sides of two LPs - the final side will contain an etching. The soundtrack features songs by Alice in Chains, Girls Against Boys, the Jesus Lizard, Bad Religion, Soul Asylum, Corrosion of Conformity, Stabbing Westward and more. It also features songs by Love Among Freaks, friends of Smith's who visit the convenience store in the movie and who scored the original soundtrack for the movie.


    Famously, the cost of licensing the songs on the soundtrack cost more than the film cost to make. The movie helped make Alice in Chains' 1992 Sap EP tune ''Got Me Wrong'' a hit, and the Kevin Smith-directed clip for Soul Asylum's ''Can't Even Tell,'' which closes out the movie, propelled it to Number 16 on Billboard's Alternative Songs chart.

    LP1 - Side A
    1. Dialogue - Dante's Lament
    2. Love Among Freaks - Clerks
    3. Girls Against Boys - Kill The Sex Player
    4. Dialogue - No Time For Love, Dr. Jones
    5. Alice In Chains - Got Me Wrong
    6. Dialogue - Randal & Dante On Sex
    7. Bash & Pop - Making Me Sick


    LP1 - Side B
    1. Dialogue - A Bunch Of Muppets
    2. Supernova - Chewbacca
    3. The Jesus Lizard - Panic In Cicero
    4. Golden Smog - Shooting Star
    5. Bad Religion - Leaders And Followers
    6. Dialogue - I Like To Expand My Horizons


    LP2 - Side C
    1. Stabbing Westward - Violent Mood Swings (Thread Mix)
    2. Love Among Freaks - Berserker
    3. Corrosion Of Conformity - Big Problems
    4. Seaweed - Go Your Own Way
    5. Dialogue - Social Event Of The Season
    6. Soul Asylum - Can't Even Tell
    7. Dialogue - Jay's Chant


    LP2 - Side D
    Etched

    Various Artists
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    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs AWAITING REPRESS Buy Now
  • Mallrats Soundtrack Mallrats Soundtrack Quick View

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    Mallrats Soundtrack

    Mallrats is a 1995 American romantic comedy film written and directed by Kevin Smith. It is the second film in the View Askewniverse series and prequel to 1994's Clerks. The song selection is a playground of alternative music with punk. The title song by Wax and the guitar heavy Guilty by punk group All, are the standout cuts. Continuing with its vinyl soundtrack reissue campaign, UMe will be reissuing this title back on vinyl for the first time since its original pressing 20 years ago.
    1. Love And Sharks
    2. Bubbles

    3. Susanne

    4. Freeing One's Mind

    5. Seventeen

    6. Kryptonite Condoms
    7. Line Up

    8. Mission Impossibles

    9. Mallrats
    10. Taken With A Grain Of Salt

    11. Broken by Belly
    12. Cruise Your New Baby Fly Self

    13. A Very Uncomfortable Place

    14. Guilty
    15. That Ski Trip

    16. Web In Front

    17. Hated It

    18. Post Coital Techno Boogie

    19. Build Me Up Buttercup
    20. Cousin Walter
    Various Artists
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  • Failure Failure Quick View

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    Failure


    Green Colored Vinyl


    The Posies' 1988 debut is back
    and bigger than ever!


    Little did Jon Auer and Ken
    Stringfellow know that when
    they dropped off their cassette
    to Scott McCaughey (R.E.M.,
    The Minus 5), the clerk at their
    favorite record store (who happened to do A&R for the indie
    label PopLlama), that a power pop dynasty would begin.


    Originally released by the
    band on cassette, then issued on LP (with one track removed for
    the then-current time constraints), and later on CD, Failure set the
    independent music world on fire. Omnivore Recordings is proud
    to reissue this landmark album.


    This 2014 edition sees the original 12-track playlist restored and
    available on vinyl for the first time since its original issue (and cut
    by Kevin Gray).


    While Auer and Stringfellow have continued on-whether as members of the reunited Big Star, as The Posies and as solo artists-the
    journey began at Failure. Step back in time and hear the future.

    1. Blind Eyes Open
    2. The Longest Line
    3. Under Easy
    4. Like Me Too
    5. I May Hate You Sometimes
    6. Ironing Tuesdays
    7. Paint Me
    8. Believe In Something Other (Than Yourself)
    9. Compliment?
    10. At Least For Now
    11. Uncombined
    12. What Little Remains
    The Posies
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  • A Period of Review (1975-1983) (Awaiting Repress) A Period of Review (1975-1983) (Awaiting Repress) Quick View

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    A Period of Review (1975-1983) (Awaiting Repress)


    Expert Mastering By Greg Davis, Liner Notes By K. Leimer And Dave Segal


    Double LP Packaging Features Unique Reverse Flap Exterior, Full Color Eurosleeves, &
    16-page Booklet


    For the third installment in RVNG Intl.'s archival series, the tape is wound back to 1970s
    Seattle, home place of ambient music savant K. Leimer. A Period of Review (Original
    Recordings: 1975-1983) unearths unreleased portions of Leimer's vast archives and
    highlights the work of a self-taught visionary whose use of generative compositions ferried
    his music to infinite resonance.


    Kerry Leimer was born in Winnipeg, Canada. He was raised in Chicago before his family
    permanently settled in Seattle in 1967. Kerry's teenage interests and artistic experiments
    blossomed from the seductively strange tendrils of Dadaism and Surrealism. In the early 70s,
    Leimer found musical parallels to these visual movements by studying import copies of NME
    and Melody Maker and inquiring with local record store clerks about the exotic descriptions
    he read of Can, Neu! and Faust-innovators who were bringing the wild dictates of 60s art-discourse into music


    The tape-manipulated serenity Leimer experienced with Cluster's II was a key revelation.
    Leimer realized the potential to compose with minimal training and scoured pawnshops
    for cheap instruments and recording equipment to transpose his wayward musical instincts.
    Leimer's sound palette and composition soon refined and heightened with the accessibility of
    dynamic equipment such as the Micromoog and TEAC multi-track tape machines.


    Synchronously, the Terry Riley indebted loop-based compositions of Robert Fripp and
    Brian Eno's No Pussyfooting inspired Leimer to form recursive musical passages of bare
    timbre and melody that would become hallmarks of his sound. "The loop provided an
    instant structure-a sort of fatalism," recollects Leimer in A Period of Review's liner notes. "The
    participation of the tape machine in shaping and extending the music was a key to setting
    self-deterministic systems in motion and held a clear relationship to my interests in fine art."


    The underground music scene of Seattle/Olympia in late 70s was small but seeded.
    The vestiges of prog rock pompously pummeled the few clubs and record shops before
    punk and New Wave became the rage. Leimer sought to support a growing community of
    experimental composers by launching the Palace of Lights record label in 1979 with his wife
    Dorothy Cross (this was years prior to the birth of regional titans K Records and Sub Pop).


    Leimer rarely performed live, averting the litmus of instant appreciation for his solitary
    studio pursuits. Tellingly, the "K." that abbreviated Leimer's first name was a nod to Kafka's
    doomed pariah Josef K (from The Trial and The Castle). This gives a sense of the reclusive
    and literary realm Leimer was fond of working in. Despite his reticence, Leimer's debut 1980
    album Closed System Potentials would reach a receptive audience, and eventually sell more
    than 3,000 copies thanks in part to Cross's persistent advocation to independent distributors
    and magazines.


    A Period of Review focuses on unheard material outside of the work Leimer offered on
    Palace of Lights, though even that music could be considered relatively "unheard." The thirty
    tracks of A Period of Review may have remained a mystery on moldy reels until now, but
    Leimer's entire catalog of generative music remains pristine in its absolute power.


    Liner notes were crafted by Seattle writer David Segal. Top-tier mastering was done by
    Greg Davis, who produced the compilation with Palace of Lights artist Robert Carlberg, RVNG
    and Kerry Leimer himself, who continues making music to this day.

    LP 1
    1. Ceylon
    2. My Timid Desires
    3. From A Common Center
    4. Explanation of Terms
    5. From One To Ten
    6. Entr'acte
    7. Bump In The Night
    8. (aka accident)
    9. Facing East
    10. At Daybreak
    11. A Spiritual Life
    12. Honey To Ashes
    13. Stop It!
    14. Two Voices
    15. Lonely Boy
    16. Practical Demonstration


    LP 2
    1. Commercial
    2. Gisella
    3. Archie's Dub
    4. Ikumi
    5. Reassurances
    6. Assemble and Diffuse
    7. Eno's Aviary
    8. Almost Chinese
    9. Agfa / Lupa
    10. The Phonic Chasm (feat. Dawn Seago)
    11. Acquiescence
    12. Malaise
    13. All Sad Days
    14. Porcelain (feat. Nancy Estle)

    K. Leimer
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  • The Good Earth (Awaiting Repress) The Good Earth (Awaiting Repress) Quick View

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    The Good Earth (Awaiting Repress)

    It took the Feelies six years to create their follow-up album to Crazy Rhythms. The Good Earth was co-produced by Feelies co-captains Glenn Mercer and Bill Million along with REM's Peter Buck, a Feelies admirer since his days as a record store clerk. The album was an early release on Coyote Records the label started by Steve Fallon of Maxwell's in Hoboken and featured the line-up that continues to this day.


    Available for the first time in over a decade, deluxe packaging features liner notes by Jim Derogatis and Jim Sullivan and bonus material including demos, b-sides, EP tracks and new live recordings via download card inserts.

    1. On The Roof
    2. The High Road
    3. The Last Roundup
    4. Slipping (Into Something)
    5. When Company Comes
    6. Let's Go
    7. Two Rooms
    8. The Good Earth
    9. Tomorrow Today
    10. Slow Down
    The Feelies
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  • Crazy Rhythms Crazy Rhythms Quick View

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    Crazy Rhythms

    Bar/None is proud to release two classic albums by the Feelies, the much-loved group of hyperactive indie rockers from Haledon, New Jersey who did much to influence the sound of college radio in the 1980s.


    Their debut album Crazy Rhythms is a masterwork of perfectly honed minimalist rock 'n' roll that leaps and darts into the corners of the listener's consciousness, a true sonic achievement that Rolling Stone called one of the 100 Best albums of the 1980s. Fans of the Velvet Underground, Wire and Brian Eno's early solo albums will surely appreciate their forces at work.


    It took the Feelies six years to create their follow-up album. The Good Earth was co-produced by Feelies co-captains Glenn Mercer and Bill Million along with REM's Peter Buck, a Feelies admirer since his days as a record store clerk. The album was an early release on Coyote Records the label started by Steve Fallon of Maxwell's in Hoboken and featured the line-up that continues to this day.


    Available for the first time in over a decade, deluxe packaging features liner notes by Jim Derogatis and Jim Sullivan.

    1. The Boy With the Perpetual Nervousness
    2. Fa Ce-La
    3. Loveless Love
    4. Forces At Work
    5. Original Love
    6. Everybody's Got Something to Hide (Except Me and My Monkey)
    7. Moscow Nights
    8. Raised Eyebrows
    9. Crazy Rhythms
    The Feelies
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