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  • Pretty On The Inside (Colored Vinyl) (Pre-Order) Pretty On The Inside (Colored Vinyl) (Pre-Order) Quick View

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    Pretty On The Inside (Colored Vinyl) (Pre-Order)

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    Hole's debut album originally released by Caroline in 1991 was produced by Kim Gordon and Gumball front man Don Fleming. Pretty On The Inside was named album of the year by The Village Voice and the only single released, Teenage Whore, entered the UK indie charts at number one. Graphic lyrics, distorted guitar riffs, screaming vocals, and messy punk ethics helped the album sell over 600,000 copies worldwide and established Courtney Love's long running cult status.

    1. Teenage Whore

    2. Babydoll

    3. Garbage Man

    4. Sassy

    5. Good Sister/Bad Sister

    6. Mrs. Jones

    7. Berry

    8. Loaded

    9. Star Belly

    10. Pretty on the Inside/Clouds
    Hole
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    Celebrity Skin

    The 4th album of Hole was a huge commercial achievement, successfully bridging the gap between Grunge and guitar Pop. The band revolving around Kurt Cobain's widow Courtney Love carved a niche for themselves as the seminal female fronted Grunge group. Established in 1991, the band functioned as a cathartic outlet for enfant terrible Love, which makes their work incredibly compelling. Their 1998 album Celebrity Skin revealed a polished, energetic sound. Billy Corgan of Smashing Pumpkins co-wrote 5 songs on this superb album, among which the title track and "Malibu", both of which were released as singles.
    1. Celebrity Skin
    2. Boys On The Radio
    3. Hit So Hard
    4. Malibu
    5. Reasons To Be Beautiful
    6. Dying
    7. Awful
    8. Use Once & Destroy
    9. Northern Star
    10. Heaven Tonight
    11. Playing Your Song
    12. Petals
    Hole
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  • Grease Your Hips - San Francisco 1994 Grease Your Hips - San Francisco 1994 Quick View

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    Grease Your Hips - San Francisco 1994

    White with Red Splatter Colored Vinyl


    These superb live performances were broadcast from a hometown gig in Hollywood and another in Berkeley, California exactly one month later, in late 1994 - a pivotal year for Hole. Vocalist and songwriter, Courtney Love - claiming to be influenced by an unholy trinity of Big Black, Sonic Youth and Fleetwood Mac - had formed the band five years earlier, in Los Angeles in 1989 with Eric Erlandson.

    1.Plump (Live)
    2.Beautiful Son (Live)
    3.Miss World (Live)
    4.Asking For It (Live)
    5.Hungry Like The Wolf (Live)
    6.Gutless (Live)
    7.Softer, Softest (Live)
    8.I Think That I Would Die (Live)
    9.Credit In The Straight World (Live)
    10.Teenage Whore (Live)
    11.Violet (Live)
    12.Sugar Coma (Live)
    13.Miss World / We Three Kings (Live)
    14.Asking For It (Live)
    15.He Hit Me (And It Felt Like A Kiss) / Best Sunday Dress (Live)
    16.Doll Parts (Live)
    17.Violet (Live)
    18.Olympia (Live)
    19.Sugar Coma (Reprise) (Live)
    Hole
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    Save Rock And Roll

    Save Rock And Roll is the multi-platinum Grammy-nominated group Fall Out Boy's highly anticipated fifth studio album and their first since 2008's Folie Á Deux. The album's first single, "My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark (Light Em Up), is currently top #10 on the iTunes Singles Chart and is already RIAA certified gold while the track, Phoenix will serve as the second single. The excitement for Save Rock And Roll continues to build as Elton John, Courtney Love and Big Sean have been named as collaborators.
    1. The Phoenix
    2. My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark
    3. Alone Together

    4. Where Did the Party Go

    5. Just One Yesterday (featuring Foxes)

    6. The Mighty Fall (featuring Big Sean)

    7. Miss Missing You
    8. Death Valley
    9. Young Volcanoes
    10. Rat a Tat (featuring Courtney Love)

    11. Save Rock and Roll (featuring Elton John)
    Fall Out Boy
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  • Bigger, Better, Faster, More! Bigger, Better, Faster, More! Quick View

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    Bigger, Better, Faster, More!

    Bigger, Better, Faster, More! is the only studio album released by Alternative Rock band 4 Non Blondes, released in 1992. The first single was Dear Mr. President, followed up by their biggest smash What's Up?.


    4 Non Blondes formed in 1989 by bassist Christa Hillhouse, guitarist Shaunna Hall, drummer Wanda Day, and vocalist and guitarist Linda Perry. Prior to the release of their debut album, Roger Rocha replaced Hall on guitar, and Dawn Richardson replaced Day on drums. They hit the charts in 1993 with What's Up?, their only major hit single. Perry left the band in 1994 to begin a solo career, and the remaining members disbanded shortly after.


    Perry has since released solo work, produced and written songs on hit albums by Christina Aguilera, Alicia Keys, Pink, Gwen Stefani, Courtney Love and Kelly Osbourne.

    1. Train
    2. Superfly
    3. What's Up
    4. Pleasantly Blue
    5. Morphine & Chocolate
    6. Spaceman
    7. Old Mr. Heffer
    8. Calling All The People
    9. Dear Mr. President
    10. Drifting
    11. No Place Like Home
    4 Non Blondes
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    Lotta Sea Lice

    KURT VILE: We ran into each other on the road
    in various continents and talked about the
    recordings. I guess it wasn't till I had another
    tour booked for the following summer in
    Australia that we thought we should record as
    much as we can, no major goal to make it a full
    length but it came together that way because
    the vibe was so strong. I love working with
    Courtney, the collaboration was laid back with
    less pressure.


    COURTNEY BARNETT: Now we finished the
    album, we dreamt up an amazing band which
    we've called THE SEA LICE (inspired by a Stella
    Mozgawa beach-side-story) and me n Kurt will
    be standing there out front with our guitars
    singing songs together. Songs from this album
    we did, a handful of our own songs from
    previous albums, maybe some old folk songs n
    what not. Harmonies and guitarmonies galore.
    Very collaborative.


    Lotta Sea Lice is the result of 8 days in the
    studio spread over almost 15 months when
    Courtney and Kurt's respective touring
    schedules allowed for them to be in the same
    place at the same time.

    1. Over Everything
    2. Let It Go
    3. Fear Is Like A Forest
    4. Outta The Woodwork
    5. Continental Breakfast
    6. On Script
    7. Blue Cheese
    8. Peepin Tomboy
    9. Untogether
    Courtney Barnett & Kurt Vile
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    Live Through This


    Ranked 460/500 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.


    This is the second studio album by alternative rock band Hole. The title is derived from a quote in the film 'Gone
    With The Wind.' Considered a contemporary classic, this record was included in Rolling Stone Magazine's list of
    '500 Greatest Albums Of All Time.' Features production by Sean Slade and Paul Q Kolderie with mixing by Scott Litt
    and J Mascis.


    This whole album is filled with scathing fury, mostly directed at the impossible situation that confronts women when they are asked to be both wild sources of pleasure and unblemished mother figures. Live Through This uses the same recipe of punk and metal wrapped around pop melodies that made Nirvana so captivating, but Hole uses the methodology in a more conventional manner. The metal ingredient tends to dominate, perhaps because it's the simplest to master, and too often the album resembles early Heart or late Joan Jett--particularly when Courtney Love opens up with her big, wailing voice. Love externalizes her anger, blaming all her problems on the rest of the world. Self-confrontation makes for far more interesting songs. -Geoffrey Himes

    1. Violet
    2. Miss World
    3. Plump
    4. Asking For It
    5. Jennifers Body
    6. Doll Parts
    7. Credit In The Straight World
    8. Softer, Softest
    9. She Walks On Me
    10. I Think That I Would Die
    11. Gutless
    12. Rock Star
    Hole
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    Acoustic Soul

    India Arie's Acoustic Soul is just as advertised: grooving soul music with an acoustic bent. Arie herself plays guitar, supplemented by strings (instead of synthesizers) and drums (instead of drum machines). The first single, Video, is a calm, confident ode to self-love, comparing the dreadlocked, petite Arie to the average girl in a video. Arie is indeed anything but average: her debut marks the auspicious return of the black female singer-songwriter, in the vein of Me'Shell Ndegeocello, Tracy Chapman, and Dionne Farris. If you like their music, with thoughtful lyrics and layers of instrumentation, you'll love this album. Video is fabulous, but other high points include Ready for Love, a lament that smolders before slowly building to a crescendo, with tinkling piano, guitar, and cello swelling beneath the vocal. Strength, Courage, and Wisdom is an optimistic anthem that'll have you clapping your hands and swaying from side to side, and the best track on the album, Simple, is a straightforward love song with a pulsating beat. Acoustic Soul may not be full of radio-friendly tracks, but every track is strong, and the disc improves each time you press play. --Courtney Kemp
    1. Intro
    2. Video
    3. Promises
    4. Brown Skin
    5. Strength, Courage and Wisdom
    6. Nature
    7. Back to the Middle
    8. Ready for Love
    9. Interlude
    10. Always in My Head
    11. I See God in You
    12. Simple
    13. Part of My Life
    14. Beautiful
    15. Outro
    16. Wonderful
    India.Arie
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    Pure Country Soundtrack

    25th Anniversary First-Time Vinyl Pressing


    Country legend George Strait is releasing the Pure Country soundtrack on vinyl to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the album. This limited-edition pressing is the first time that the soundtrack is being released in the vinyl format.


    Pure Country, one of Strait's greatest successes, hit No. 1, eventually selling more than 6 million copies, in part due to its two No. 1 hit singles: "I Cross My Heart" and "Heartland." His song "When Did You Stop Loving Me" also reached No. 6 on charts.


    In terms of the film itself, Pure Country opened at No. 6 the week of its release, earning $2,739,680 in its opening week, taking in over $15 million in total. In the film, Strait plays Wyatt "Dusty" Chandler, one of the biggest stars in country music, who becomes disillusioned with his success. Strait's character simply walks away from it all, returning to his hometown to get back in touch with his roots by working at a ranch.


    Kelefa Sanneh writes in the New Yorker that Strait "was persuaded by the producer Jerry Weintraub, and by Colonel Tom Parker, the former manager of Elvis Presley After a concert in Las Vegas, Parker told Strait how important Hollywood had been to Presley. 'Elvis hated making those movies,' he said - but they transformed him from a pop star to an icon.'"


    - Courtney Carr (theboot.com)

    1. Heartland
    2. Baby Your Baby
    3. I Cross My Heart
    4. When Did You Stop Loving Me
    5. She Lays It All on the Line
    6. Overnight Male
    7. Last in Love
    8. Thoughts of a Fool
    9. The King of Broken Hearts
    10. Where the Sidewalk Ends
    11. Heartland (Main Title Sequence)
    George Strait
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    Baby

    Freedom often begins from terror, and White Hinterland's third album, Baby, addresses the fear
    that comes along with breaking out of established rituals, or leaving a comfortable place, and
    striking out into the unknown. Four years after her profile-raising release, Kairos(2010), Casey
    Dienel aka White Hinterland has taken the gloves off and knuckled down to produce a deep,
    dark, heady mix of songs. After two and a half years of writing and recording material in
    Montreal and Portland, OR, Dienel moved back in to her family home in Scituate, MA. There
    she forged a new aesthetic, spending five months building her own studio, The Glades, in her
    parents' basement - the same space where she practiced piano and vocal lessons as a child.
    Determined to helm her new album, Dienel spent months studying production, poring over
    YouTube tutorials about Protools, mic'ing techniques and other minutiae.


    Armed with this self-taught skill and her new studio, Dienel set forth to subvert the existing
    power structure of male producer as svengali and female artist as figurehead (see: Billy
    Corgan/Courtney Love, Timbaland/Aaliyah, Phil Spector/The Ronettes). She created her own,
    new path on Baby, which showcases her as a singer/songwriter/producer who has only become
    bolder and more resolute over the past three-plus years. Calling in her friends as pinch hitters,
    Dienel worked acclaimed musicians Sean Carey (Bon Iver, S. Carey), Neal Morgan (Joanna
    Newsom, Bill Callahan), and Cole Kamen-Green (BeyoncÉ).


    On her first four records, Dienel projected her fears and fantasies onto imaginary characters,
    role play, and lush atmospherics. If Kairos was a work of atmosphere, then Baby sits at the
    opposite end of that spectrum. Baby is about song craft. It is forceful, rooted in the physicality
    of the voice, percussion and piano, and it is about getting straight to the point. Where her earlier
    work occasionally showcased a strong Joni Mitchell influence, on new songs like "David" she
    finds herself in Fiona Apple territory. Her lifelong love of R&B and gospel also comes to the fore,
    these resonant styles complement and contrast the sharp dynamic shifts, booming drums, and
    blasts of brass. On Metronome, Baby's centerpiece and most assertive track, she declares, All
    day long I'm a boss. She's not asking for someone to serve as a steadying influence, but instead
    requiring that it's necessary to keep up with her. It is the past three years of her life distilled into
    song: joy, heartbreak, frustration, longing, disappointment, anger, and loss accumulated, poured
    out and reborn in this new, unflinching release.

    1. Wait Until Dark
    2. Dry Mind
    3. Ring the Bell
    4. David
    5. Baby
    6. White Noise
    7. Metronome
    8. No Devotion
    9. Sickle No Sword
    10. Live With You

    White Hinterland
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    NVM

    Like a fluorescent-lit snack-aisle oasis in some desolate interstate road stop, brimming with Skittles and limited-edition Sno Balls, Tacocat's Easter-egg-hued pop-punk-pop is bubblegum-sticky with hooks, bound to brighten up the most drab stretch of bummer backroad.


    The band's four-person, seven-layer-burrito came together organically: Lelah Maupin (drums) and Eric Randall (guitar) met in their native Longview, WA-two hours south of Seattle, the very town that Green Day named their breakout debut single after. Lelah's family room was wallpapered with framed Magic Eye posters, hence Stereogram, the cross-eyed love letter to that bizarre '90s optical fad. She met lanky Eric while both worked at Safeway, wearing the chain's distinctive navy aprons before breaking north to Seattle. Eric's band The Trashies practiced and played in the basement of the 24/7 House in the Central District, where Long Beach, CA native Bree McKenna (bass) was living, amongst the dust, boxes, and spiders. Lelah met Butte, MT native Emily Nokes (voice, tambourine) in one excruciatingly early/boring graphic design class, slipping her a doodled-upon note; she soon noticed Emily's big voice while she sang along with R. Kelly on the radio. Emily and Bree hit it off one sloshy night at the Comet. Eric impressed Emily with his reenactments of scenes from Anaconda. Sometime around 2007, via countless raucous house party shows, the legend of Tacocat was born.


    The foursome would quickly make a name for themselves with their simply energizing power pop, drawing on classic Northwest energy with an uncommonly upbeat, surfy swag that could only come from gray skies and hydroponic sunshine. Their sly and unabashed '90s revivalism has, in the past, found the band pondering Evan Dando and Waterworld-and Bree herself explains finding about riot grrrl via Napster and Julia Stiles in 10 Things I Hate About You. They've described themselves variously as Feminist sci-fi and Equal parts Kurt and Courtney; oh well, whatever NVM.


    NVM-Tacocat's second full-length album and first for Hardly Art, opens up like some mystery shoebox, wistful, instantly nostalgic: snapshots of mortifying exes (You Never Came Back) and sketchy party situations (Party Trap), maybe a postcard with an alien smoking a joint. Cigarette cellophane-wrapped weed nugs, pain pill crumbs and wrapped tampons (all the girls are surfing the wave, surfing the crimson wave today"), all serve as a roadmap through Tacocat's bong-ripped reminiscences, scenarios all-too familiar and hilariously improbable. There's the notoriously inconsistent #8 Metro line (F.U. #8) and the accountability-allergic, black-clad brick-heavers of This Is Anarchy. The protagonist of Psychedelic Quinceañera-based on Bree-just wants to dance with rainbows, mind-expansion style, instead of having to wear a frilly dress in front of her whole family. Emily daydreams of a Bridge to Hawaii, where even the destitute could walk their asses to paradise-before being snapped out of it by cat-calls from construction workers, business dads, and drunk hobos (Hey Girl); sweaty jerks telling her that she should smile!


    NVM all that, though: you should, and will, smile-either a wry little corner-lifter or a big ear-to-ear equator-and shake what's yours, when you hear the whippet-smart latest album from the world's favorite palindromic band. Text a friend.


    --Larry Mizell

    1. You Never Came Back
    2. Bridge to Hawaii
    3. Crimson Wave
    4. Stereogram
    5. Pocket Full of Primrose
    6. Psychedelic Quinceañera
    7. Time Pirate
    8. This is Anarchy
    9. Hey Girl
    10. Party Trap
    11. F.U. #8
    12. Alien Girl
    13. Snow Day
    Tacocat
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    Pretty On The Inside (Out Of Stock)

    Hole's debut album, originally released by Caroline in 1991, was produced by Kim Gordan and Gumball frontman Don Fleming. Pretty On The Inside was named Album of the Year by The Village Voice and the only singe released, Teenage Whore, entered the U.K. indie charts at #1. Graphic lyrics, distorted guitar riffs, screaming vocals and messy punk ethics all helped establish Courtney Love's long running cult status. Here on 180 gram vinyl.

    1. Teenage Whore

    2. Babydoll

    3. Garbage Man

    4. Sassy

    5. Good Sister/Bad Sister

    6. Mrs. Jones

    7. Berry

    8. Loaded

    9. Star Belly

    10. Pretty on the Inside/Clouds
    Hole
    $21.99
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Temporarily out of stock
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    Live Through This (Out Of Stock)

    Import



    Ranked 460/500 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.


    This whole album is filled with scathing fury, mostly directed at the impossible situation that confronts women when they are asked to be both wild sources of pleasure and unblemished mother figures. Live Through This uses the same recipe of punk and metal wrapped around pop melodies that made Nirvana so captivating, but Hole uses the methodology in a more conventional manner. The metal ingredient tends to dominate, perhaps because it's the simplest to master, and too often the album resembles early Heart or late Joan Jett--particularly when Courtney Love opens up with her big, wailing voice. Love externalizes her anger, blaming all her problems on the rest of the world. Self-confrontation makes for far more interesting songs. -Geoffrey Himes

    1. Violet
    2. Miss World
    3. Plump
    4. Asking For It
    5. Jennifers Body
    6. Doll Parts
    7. Credit In The Straight World
    8. Softer, Softest
    9. She Walks On Me
    10. I Think That I Would Die
    11. Gutless
    12. Rock Star
    Hole
    $35.99
    Vinyl LP - Sealed Temporarily out of stock
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