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  • Astro-Creep: 2000 Astro-Creep: 2000 Quick View

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    Astro-Creep: 2000

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    Metalheads who thought W.A.S.P. and Mötley CrÜe were just choir boys and who were looking for more vile and boisterous music were well served when White Zombie released their albums in the mid- to late '90s. The ingredients? White-trash-on-acid metal, growled vocals and B-horror movie visuals.


    After releasing the successful album 'La Sexorcisto' in 1992 Rob Zombie and his band's opinion was that it all could be a bit more rough. And so it happened..


    Follow-up album 'Astro-Creep 2000' from 1995 is much heavier than its predecessor, with a more industrial metal style and a darker sound as it deals with twisted poetry about murder, the undead, blasphemy and satanic elements.


    'La Sexorcisto' is a must have for all the metal and thrash fans, 'Astro-Creep 2000', but 'Astro-creep 2000' is its number one contender!

    1. Electric Head Pt. 1 (The Agony)
    2. Super-Charger Heaven
    3. Real Solution #9
    4. Creature Of The Wheel
    5. Electric Head Pt. 2 (The Ecstasy)
    6. Grease Paint And Monkey Brains
    7. I, Zombie
    8. More Human Than Human
    9. El Phantasmo And The Chicken-Run Blast-O-Rama
    10. Blur The Technicolor
    11. Blood, Milk And Sky
    White Zombie
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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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  • I can feel you creep into my private life I can feel you creep into my private life Quick View

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    I can feel you creep into my private life

    Tune-Yards' magnum opus will arrive in the form of new album I can feel you creep into my private life. Thematically, the 12 new songs tackle race, politics, intersectional feminism and environmental prophecies head on. But in the billows of intense subject matter, the album arrives as Tune-Yards' most immediate and upbeat music yet- this is Tune-Yards' music to dance to.


    On I can feel you creep into my private life, Tune-Yards is officially a duo. Garbus is joined by longtime collaborator Nate Brenner who produced and wrote the album together with lyrics by Garbus. Tune-Yards worked with mixer Mikaelin "Blue" BlueSpruce (Solange, Kendrick Lamar). Tune-Yards' 2014 release Nikki Nack was one of the most well-received albums of the year. New York Magazine called it "possibly the catchiest record of the year," the New Yorker praised its "joyful energy" and "surprisingly sweet singing and catchy tunes," and Entertainment Weekly said, "life needs joyful noise like this."


    Since the release of Nikki Nack, Tune-Yards has kept busy collaborating with legendary musicians David Byrne, Laurie Anderson and Yoko Ono, as well as penning the standout track, "Action," from Mavis Staples' 2016 album.

    1. Heart Attack
    2. Coast to Coast
    3. ABC 123
    4. Now As Then
    5. Honesty
    6. Colonizer
    7. Look At Your Hands
    8. Home
    9. Hammer
    10. Who Are You
    11. Private Life
    12. Free
    Tune-Yards
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  • Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps) Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps) Quick View

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    Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps)

    2017 Remastered Version


    Scary Monsters (and Super Creeps), also known simply as Scary Monsters, is the fourteenth studio album by David Bowie, originally released on 12 September 1980 by RCA Records.

    1. It's No Game (Part 1)
    2. Up the Hill Backwards
    3. Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps)
    4. Ashes to Ashes
    5. Fashion
    6. Teenage Wildlife
    7. Scream Like a Baby
    8. Kingdom Come
    9. Because You're Young
    10. It's No Game (Part 2)
    David Bowie
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  • Infinite Light Infinite Light Quick View

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    Infinite Light

    This duo has been playing together for many years as part of Black Mountain. With an abundance of creative energy to spare, they decided to start this separate project. On their self-titled debut, minimal and spacious arrangements and a moody, theatrical vocal style aptly expose the demons, creating songs that creep into your bones with a haunting chill.
    1.Listened On
    2.When You Go
    3.Wind Me Up
    4.Take Me Back
    5.Jump In
    6.Heaven
    7.Castles and Caves
    8.Highway
    9.Breathe
    10.Days Go By
    Lightning Dust
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  • Broken Boy Soldiers Broken Boy Soldiers Quick View

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    Broken Boy Soldiers

    Copper-embossed, gatefold tip-on jackets from Stoughton


    Broken Boy Soldiers is the debut album from the Raconteurs. By pairing pop songsmith Brendan Benson with hard-rocking Jack White (the White Stripes) and backing them with the crack rhythm section of Jack Lawrence and Patrick Keeler (both of the Greenhornes) what resulted is a completely kick-ass album. From the anthemic volley of Steady, As She Goes to the sing-songy crunch of Hands and the downright sinister slow creep of Blue Veins this album covers the complete range of human emotion.


    Broken Boy Soldiers is the first proper vinyl reissue from Third Man (both the V2 and XL versions of this LP are out-of-print) with plans to tackle the rest of the White Stripes and Jack White back catalog already in the works. Third Man aims for these reissues to be the definitive, go-to versions of all their titles and this issue of Broken Boy Soldiers definitely earns that distinction.

    1. Steady As She Goes

    2. Hands

    3. Broken Boy Soldier

    4. Intimate Secretary

    5. Together

    6. Level

    7. Store Bought Bones

    8. Yellow Sun

    9. Call It A Day

    10. Blue Veins
    The Raconteurs
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  • We Sing Loud, Sing Soft Tonight We Sing Loud, Sing Soft Tonight Quick View

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    We Sing Loud, Sing Soft Tonight

    Recorded last summer with Steve Albini at his Electrical Audio Studios, Sonna picks up where their critically adored but all-too-rare The Eventual Bow EP left off. Pretty songs come a dime a dozen, and simple beauty is not what makes Sonna so special. There is a complexity to their music, executed so seamlessly that it often goes unnoticed. It's that complexity that makes every song so memorable. Subtle changes in time signature and tempo creep in without jarring the listener. More often than not the guitars are playing in different time signatures simultaneously, yet never become the tangled mess one would expect. With the occasional hushed verse of vocals poking through in spots, the pieces are elevated to near pop song status, breathing angelic life into fragile, somnambulant compositions.
    1. The Opener
    2. Low And To The Side
    3. We Sing Loud
    4. Sing Soft Tonight
    5. Sleep On It
    6. Real Quiet
    Sonna
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  • And Piano And Piano Quick View

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    And Piano

    Released on 180 grams audiophile vinyl with original artwork!


    Nina Simone said that she'd rather have people remember her for her album Nina Simone And Piano! than for her surprise hit 'My Baby Just Cares For Me'. And when you listen to the album, you fully understand why. This is Nina Simone stripped bare; an introspective, intimate album about death, reincarnation, loneliness and love.


    The simple piano arrangements and poignant vocals make you creep closer to the music - and the artist - with every listen.


    Though commercially unsuccessful, this album was released to great critical acclaim in 1969, and it is a true gem in Nina Simone's body of work. It has remained a rarity over the years and now Music On Vinyl would like to give it due attention by making it the first of a few Simone releases waiting in the wings.


    1. Seems I'm Never Tired Lovin' You
    2. Nobody's Fault But Mine
    3. I Think It's Going To Rain Today
    4. Everyone's Gone To The Moon
    5. Compensation
    6. Who Am I
    7. Another Spring
    8. The Human Touch
    9. I Get Along Without You Very Well (Except Sometimes)

    10. The Desperate Ones
    Nina Simone
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  • It Comes At Night (Original Soundtrack Album) It Comes At Night (Original Soundtrack Album) Quick View

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    It Comes At Night (Original Soundtrack Album)

    It Comes at Night is an upcoming horror film directed and written by Trey Edward Shults (Krisha) and starring Joel Edgerton (Loving). The film follows a man, his wife and son secure within a desolate home as an unnatural threat terrorizes the world. Their tenuous domestic order is tested with the arrival of a young family seeking refuge from the doom outside. Despite the best intentions of everyone, paranoia boils over as the terrors outside creep ever-closer.

    The original score to It Comes at Night was composed by Brian McOmber (Krisha), a former member of acclaimed indie band Dirty Projectors. McOmber's score utilizes synths, lonesome strings and the occasional tribal drum, which conjures a kind of primal darkness in the music that is both foreboding and deeply unsettling. A rising star to keep an ear out for, McOmber delivers a score that will grip you and never let go.

    1. It Comes At Night
    2. Flames
    3. Close Your Eyes
    4. Sores
    5. The Road
    6. Wet Dream
    7. The Triumph Of Death
    8. Waiting
    9. Black Eyes
    10. Shallow Graves
    11. Travis' Theme
    12. Another Family
    13. Stanley
    14. If He's Sick, Then I Am Too
    15. The Red Door
    16. Planning and Preparation
    17. Stairway To Hell
    18. Paul's Regret
    19. Travis' Acceptance
    20. Sarah's Understanding
    Brian McOmber
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  • The Night Creeper The Night Creeper Quick View

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    The Night Creeper

    The Night Creeper is the new album by Uncle Acid & the Deadbeats. Contained within are ten tracks of the type of sonic psyche-frazzling heaviness and blood-drenched pop that have made Uncle Acid & the Deadbeats one of Britains great cult bands.


    Recorded at Toe Rag studios in early 2015 with engineer Liam Watson (White Stripes, Tame Impala, Electric Wizard), their fourth opus The Night Creeper, finds the quartet in full-on deatripping, third eye-widening mode. Here songs ooze louche evil over flesh-melting riffs that creep like hot magma bubbling up through the earths crust at their own malevolent pace. This album is in no hurry to destroy you. But it will. It will.
    In an age when the word is over-used, Uncle Acid are indeed a true cult. Everything they do is covert, their movements crepuscular, the loyalty they inspire fervent. Every sneering melody and every piece of artwork is loaded with meaning, designed to be pored over. Their press coverage is deliberately limited but doesnt prevent them selling out US tours or joining Black Sabbath at their personal request. They only reveal what they want to reveal: chiefly that Uncle Acid & the Deadbeats began as a studio project circa 2009 in Cambridge, the wild concept of Kevin Starrs. The rest is academic.


    And now comes The Night Creeper, Uncle Acid & the Deadbeats darkest journey yet

    1. Waiting For Blood
    2. Murder Nights
    3. Downtown
    4. Pusher Man
    5. Yellow Moon
    6. Melody Lane
    7. The Night Creeper
    8. Inside
    9. Slow Death
    10. Black Motorcade (hidden track)
    Uncle Acid & the Deadbeats
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  • The Fact Facer The Fact Facer Quick View

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    The Fact Facer

    Holy Sons is at the center of his many musical personalities and is his longest standing project, acting as an outlet for some of his most personal and direct songs. In Holy Sons, Amos puts his restless imagination to work using a variety of inventive home recording methods to turn melodic slow-burners into multi-layered, atmospheric missives. While his methods and prolificacy provide a kinship with Sebadoh, Ariel Pink and other musicians who have offered countless transmissions from their bedroom floor, Holy Sons comes from the mind of someone who has internalized the minutia of 70s rock music and eschews the stereotypical lo-fi sound for a much deeper and more varied palate. The Fact Facer, his Thrill Jockey debut, bathes Amos' thoughtful, and even at times philosophical, songs in technicolor darkness, and reinforces Holy Sons as his musical centerpiece.


    The songs on The Fact Facer creep up on the listener, their fiercely addictive melodies unraveling slowly and purposefully. Jumping smoothly between many facets of Amos' songwriting, the album does much to establish him as a talented multi-instrumentalist. From the lysergic leads of "Selfish Thoughts"" to the Danny Kirwan referencing solos of "Transparent Powers" and the skillful acoustic flourishes of "The Fact Facer," Amos proves himself as adept and creative a guitarist as he is a drummer. It is telling that Amos has built up two Holy Sons bands simultaneously: one based in Portland and one based in New York. Wherever the wind takes him, there are musicians willing to pick up their instruments and follow his lead.


    Amos currently resides in Brooklyn, where he recorded the majority of The Fact Facer. He plans to tour throughout the fall, solo and with one of his two backing bands.

    1. Doomed Myself
    2. Line Me Back Up
    3. Transparent Powers
    4. Selfish Thoughts
    5. All Too Free
    6. Wax Gets in Your Eyes
    7. Life Could Be a Dream
    8. Long Days
    9. No Self Respect
    10. Back Down to the Tombs
    11. The Fact Facer
    Holy Sons
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  • Arm's Way Arm's Way Quick View

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    Arm's Way

    Islands hail from Montreal, flowering from the same scene that gave us Arcade Fire and Wolf Parade. Islands' Anti debut Arm's Way finds Thorburn and crew in full command of a palette of classic pop colorings, from the '70s rock heroics of ôThe
    Armö to the slinky cinematic pop of ôI Feel Evil Creeping In.ö Their previous album, Return to the Sea, earned the band rave reviews and a fanatical U.S. audience which has undoubtedly carried over to the sweeping confidence and symphonic scope of Arm's Way. Co-produced with Ryan Hadlock (Blonde Redhead, Stephen Malkmus) and mixed by Rob Schnapf (Beck, Foo Fighters, Elliott Smith).
    1. The Arm
    2. Pieces of You
    3. J'aime Vous Voire Quitter
    4. Abominable Snow
    5. Creeper
    6. Kids Don't Know Shit
    7. Life In Jail
    8. In the Rushes
    9. We Swim
    10. To a Bond
    11. I Feel Evil Creeping In
    12. Vertigo (If it's a Crime)
    Islands
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  • Horror Xmas Horror Xmas Quick View

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    Horror Xmas


    Limited Edition 7-Inch Vinyl EP


    Metallic Silver Jacket


    Blind Assortment Variant B-Sides


    The legendary Misfits first holiday release (outside of Halloween of course), creeps down your chimney in the form of the Horror Xmas EP! Side one unwraps a fiendish cover of the Dr. Seuss classic, You're a mean one, Mr. Grinch. True to the original, yet fueled by the band's signature sound, Jerry Only's ominously melodic baritone lead vocals, and guest backing vox by John Cafiero ( Osaka Popstar), the 'fits slap devilocks on every Who down in Whoville...


    An infectious all-new original Misfits Xmas themed song (written by founding member Jerry Only) entitled Island of Misfit Toys debuts, and the band's long anticipated rendition of Blue Christmas surfaces in a full studio version that would even make the King himself snarl with holiday cheer. The Misfits serve up a nightmare before Xmas destined to become an annual tradition.

    1. You're A Mean One Mr. Grinch
    2. Island Of Misfit Toys -or- Blue Christmas (Variants Shipped At Random)
    Misfits
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  • On The Border On The Border Quick View

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    On The Border


    Certified Multi-Platinum (2 times) by the RIAA. (3/01)


    On their third album, the Eagles finally produced a No. 1 hit with The Best of My Love, but most of On the Border is marked by tough rockers, not sweet ballads. Already Gone is a brusque kiss-off and Midnight Flyer a bluegrass kicker, while James Dean recalls the '50s rebel icon, and the title track reflects on paranoia and creeping Big Brotherism. The Eagles also cover a Tom Waits tune, Ol' 55, and pay tribute to alt-country godfather Gram Parsons on My Man. The album title is prophetic in the sense that the band that made this record (bolstered by the addition of guitarist Don Felder) was on the verge of greatness, but not quite there yet. --Daniel Durchholz

    1. Already Gone
    2. You Never Cry Like A Lover
    3. Midnight Flyer
    4. My Man
    5. On The Border
    6. James Dean
    7. Ol' 55
    8. Is It True?
    9. Good Day In Hell
    10. The Best Of My Love
    The Eagles
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  • Screen Memories Screen Memories Quick View

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    Screen Memories

    John Maus is a truly enigmatic musician. Broadly cut from the synth pop cloth, he's fashioned the
    frosty minimalism of its fabric into a cloak of infinite meaning, genuine grace and absurdist humor
    over the course of three defining albums since 2006. His music is a highly mutable affair, whilst
    often described as retro-futurist on behalf of the 80's drum machines and synth sounds employed,
    John's music is more personal than the nostalgic re-tread implied. There's a cinematic quality to
    his songs, with pathos conjured through propelling bass-lines, trailing arpeggios and of course his
    deeply resonant vocal. Moroder helped map out the territory but Maus is more interested in seeking
    cadence through his love of Renaissance polyphony and the experimentation behind post punk. It's
    an amalgamation of musical ideas as radical as its intent.


    Maus is a "man out of time" trying to make sense of the inhumanity of our world through his
    mobilisation of the language of punk rock. His aim is true as he reaches for the seemingly impossible.
    It's a want to emerge as part of greater multiplicity, to appear, to become, to connect that powers his
    songs and the man himself.


    It's now been six years since the widely lauded 2011's 'We Must Become The Pitiless Censors Of
    Ourselves' appeared like a thunderbolt of maniacal energy and turned everyone's heads. Now
    regarded an experimental pop classic, Pitiless Censors was a huge breakthrough for Maus as a
    recognised artist and led to a vast reappraisal of his past work. Debut album 2006's Songs and the
    masterful follow up 2008's Love Is Real sounded better than ever the second time round for this
    groundswell of new followers. After touring Pitiless Censors around the world and pulling together
    a collection of rarities and unreleased tracks, Maus then returned to academic pursuits. In 2014, he
    was awarded a doctorate in Political Philosophy for his dissertation on communication and control.
    Shortly thereafter, he began building his own modular synthesizer, etching the printed circuit boards,
    soldering components, and assembling panels, until he had an instrument that matched his vision.
    With this prodigious task completed Maus turned his hand back to song writing and began work on
    what is now his fourth album proper Screen Memories.


    'Screen Memories' was written, recorded, and engineered by Maus over the last few years in his
    home in Minnesota, known genially as the Funny Farm. It's a solitary place situated in the corn plains
    of rural American Midwest. The landscape is as majestic as it is austere and inevitably some of the
    sub-zero winter temperatures creep into the songs as do the buzzing wasps of summer.


    Through the whole album Maus has an undeniable talent in grasping the mettle of each song,
    reaching within and building up a sincere core, before teasing out the edges in acknowledgement to
    the very ridiculousness of its existence. Rather than creating these songs through an enjoyment of the
    process Maus considers himself more in the role of someone discovering them buried just beneath
    the surface. Perhaps the songs presented here are the ones that mask his real intentions, Freud
    pressing record and turning the TV channel to snow. All we can be certain of now though is that John
    Maus is back and he sounds gloriously alive. The triumph of the human is upon us and all the false
    gods and bad jokes will be the first to fall.

    1. The Combine
    2. Teenage Witch
    3. Touchdown
    4. Walls of Silence
    5. Find Out
    6. Decide Decide
    7. Edge of Forever
    8. The People Are Missing
    9. Pets
    10. Sensitive Recollections
    11. Over Phantom
    12. Bombs Away
    John Maus
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  • A Trip To Marineville A Trip To Marineville Quick View

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    A Trip To Marineville

    Brothers Nikki Sudden and Epic Soundtracks started the Swell Maps in the early 1970s while in their teens. The band's chaotic mix of arty experimentalism, garage primitivism, and punk rock gumption established a template for the British DIY post-punk movement of the late '70s and early '80s. The band's 1979 debut, A TRIP TO MARINEVILLE, perfectly captures the band's two disparate yet strangely compatible elements. Songs such as Spitfire Parade, Another Song, and the rousing opener H.S. Art burn with youthful abandon and a glammy, knowingly primitive cool. Yet by Don't Throw Ashtrays at Me and Bridge Head, the listener is presented with an almost completely different band, as improvised noise, clattering percussion, found sounds, and ambient piano soundscapes overtake the more straightforward rock elements that introduced the album. The hypnotic pulse of Krautrock creeps in on Full Moon in My Pocket and BLAM!! and the Sonic Youth blueprint is presented fully formed on Gunboat. For the Swell Maps, the call to arms of punk rock wasn't about empty gestures toward anarchy and social rebellion, but rather the notion of a personal revolution via the limitless possibilities of art. A Trip To Marineville perfectly captures this realization.
    1. H.S. Art
    2. Another Song
    3. Vertical Slum
    4. Spitfire Parade
    5. Harmony In Your Bedroom
    6. Don't Throw Ashtrays At Me!
    7. Midget Submarine
    8. Bridge Head (Pt.9)
    9. Full Moon In My Pocket
    10. BLAM!!!
    11. Full Moon (Reprise)
    12. Gunboats
    13. Adventuring Into Basketry
    14. My Lil' Shoppes 'Round The Corner
    15. Loin Of The Surf
    16. Doctor At Cake
    17. Steven Does
    18. Bronze and Baby Shoes
    Swell Maps
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  • Sundowning Sundowning Quick View

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    Sundowning

    Nu Sensae has taken big risks with even bigger payoffs on this release!



    Refusing to repeat themselves, however, Lukic and Pitout are proving just how unpredictable they can be, they abandoned their status as a duo, a favorite angle of both the media and fans, and recruited Vancouver noise rock great Brody McKnight as a full-time member. Previously working with the now-legendary group Mutators, McKnight has added another dimension of heaviness to the band's already mind-melting sludge attack.



    They've also embraced diversity in other ways, allowing more loud-quiet dynamics into their songwriting. From the creeping dirge of "Tea Swamp Park" to the vast expanse of "Say What You Are," the quiet sections offer brief moments of uneasy solace between the full out attack of songs like "100 Shades," "Tyjna" and "Eat Your Mind."



    Elsewhere, subtle but defined melodies surface amidst the fuzz of tracks like "Burnt Masks" and "Dust." Don't be mistaken, though: Sundowning is designed to bludgeon with the raw aggression that can only come from the best elements of noise, punk and grunge.

    1. First Born
    2. Swim
    3. 100 Shades
    4. Burnt Masks
    5. Dust
    6. Tea Swamp Park
    7. Whispering Rule
    8. Spit Gifting
    9. Tyjna
    10. Orange Roses
    11. Curdle The Cream
    12. First Born (Reprise)
    13. Say What You Are
    14. Eat Your Mind
    Nu Sensae
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  • Thought Forms / Ebsen & The Witch Split LP Thought Forms / Ebsen & The Witch Split LP Quick View

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    Thought Forms / Ebsen & The Witch Split LP

    Esben's side immediately reaches a fever pitch as 'No Dog' drags itself up from the primordial ooze of Sonic Youth's early years mastery of cacophony and dissonance, underpinned by the volatile rhythmic propulsion of Fugazi or Hoover. The lone voice left unadorned in the eye of the storm comes from bassist and vocalist Rachel Davies, who summons up the fiery catharsis of Chelsea Wolfe or Sharon Van Etten. The trio's other contribution here, 'Butoh', pursues an altogether more tribal path, kicking up a fury and intensity rarely matched this side of the pond these days. Thought Forms find an equally cathartic voice across their four songs, but achieve it by totally different means: dressing their tracks up with the swirling swathes of guitar you'd expect from the dreamier edges of the '80s US lexicon. 'For the Moving Stars' jolts forward from the off with the sort of driving, hypnotic lead lines you'd expect from J Mascis, that is were he armed with Steve Turner's pedal collection. 'Your Bones', meanwhile, is a disarming slow-burner that creeps its way into the back of your mind, erupting from what could have been an early Low cut into an uphill battle against tumbling drums and guitars that crackle like a bonfire on a crisp Autumn night.
    1. Thought Forms - Your Bones
    2. Thought Forms - Sound of Violence
    3. Thought Forms - For The Moving Stars
    4. Thought Forms - Silver Kiss
    5. Ebsen and the Witch - No Dog
    6. Ebsen and the Witch - Butoh
    Thought Forms / Ebsen & The Witch
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  • Chrome Cactus Chrome Cactus Quick View

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    Chrome Cactus


    "A guitar-grinding, drum-smashing desert-crawler,"
    -Spin


    "Presents a desert crawl and barrage of collages that carry
    across a free play of images and symbols set in sequence
    to the sounds"
    -Impose


    In Chrome Cactus, The Young have created
    a HUGE sounding, timeless rock album that
    reinforces and revitalizes everything that is
    great about American Rock Music in 2014.


    Taking influence from early ZZ Top, Link Wray,
    Lungfish, Dead Moon - Chrome Cactus is a ball
    of power and controlled feedback disguised as
    ten of the catchiest songs you'll hear this year.
    Chrome Cactus is a far darker version of Austin's
    The Young than ever before. The breezy
    optimism of their earlier albums has been
    switched out for sinister, creeping dread in both
    the lyrics and music.


    The rhythm section of drummer Ryan Maloney
    and new bassist Lucas Wedow drive a heavy
    foundation for guitarists Hans Zimmerman
    and Kyle Edwards, who have reached dizzying
    new heights. Expertly produced by fellow
    sonic assassin Tim Green (Nation of Ulysses,
    The Fucking Champs),    Chrome Cactus is the
    moment where Zimmerman's vocal delivery
    is perfectly matched with the skillful, intuitive
    interplay, which at this point is now fully realized.

    1. Metal Flake
    2. Cry Of Tin
    3. Chrome Jamb
    4. Moondog First Quarter

    5. Apaches Throat
    6. Mercy
    7. Ramona Cruz
    8. Dressed In Black
    9. Slow Death
    10. Blow The Scum Away
    The Young
    $19.99
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  • Rust Rust Quick View

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    Rust

    Rust" is the new album from Harm's Way. Recorded at Brick Top Recordings by Andy Nelson (Weekend Nachos, Dead In The Dirt), mixed at God City Studios by Kurt Ballou (Converge, High On Fire), and mastered by Brad Boatright at Audiosiege (Obituary, Nails). Brutally and meticulously refined, "Rust" brilliantly combines industrial repetition (think Godflesh), metal attack (think Sepultura, Helmet, Celtic Frost), and hardcore aggression. Showing that Harm's Way have emerged from the wreckage of past genres as the new high watermark of heavy in contemporary aggressive music.


    Opener "Infestation" stomps with machine-like precision before plunging into a depressing sonic dirge. While songs like "Law Of The Land", "Hope", "Cancerous Ways", and others introduce guitar and electronic driven atmospherics into the arsenal. These subtle dynamics bleed into other aspects of "Rust" as well. Mid-album beast "Left To Disintegrate" unfurls as an unforgettable anti-anthem ripe with infectious creeping metallic undertones. While "Amongst The Rust" and "Turn To Stone" introduce guest vocals from Colin Young (Twitching Tongues) and Emily Jancetic. Both of them adding haunting nuance to the brute force of the band. All of this leads to the epic closer "Ease My Mind"; a take-no-prisoners aural bludgeoning so heavy that it needs to be heard to be believed.

    1. Infestation
    2. Law Of The Land
    3. Cremation
    4. Hope
    5. Cancerous Ways
    6. Amongst The Rust
    7. Disintegrate
    8. Docile Bodies
    9. Turn To Stone
    10. Ease My Mind
    Harm's Way
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  • Black Moon Spell Black Moon Spell Quick View

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    Black Moon Spell

    King Tuff's new record is called Black Moon Spell.


    It was produced and recorded by Bobby Harlow at Studio B in Los Angeles, California,
    in the hot winter of 2014.


    No one involved was prepared to make a record, but an invisible hand pushed them
    to do it. Perhaps it was God or that special someone we all know and love called The
    Devil.


    God and The Devil actually have very similar interests. They both love electric guitars
    and they both want you to listen to Black Moon Spell and freak the fuck out.


    There were many strange occurrences during the recording session- Dracula landlords,
    flashes of mysterious light, haunted microphones, songs that mixed themselves,
    demonic vortexes swirling in coffee cups, etc.


    Under the Black Moon Spell you may experience euphoria, demented visions, wet
    dreams, bouts of backwards laughter, and dazed confusion resulting in primordial
    dancing.


    Fire played a very important role in the making of this album. King Tuff loves fire.
    For some reason, no one can really explain how the Black Moon Spell came to be.
    It just appeared one day and demanded heavy rock music and meatball subs.
    Backwards messages may be found on this record.


    Los Angeles, full of its screaming coyotes and creeping helicopters, surely slathered
    its sexy, twisted, hairy, polluted spirit all over Black Moon Spell. The Sunset Strip
    shat itself when it heard all these guitar solos.


    Can you feel the Black Moon Spell creeping up the back of yr neck yet?


    King Tuff would prefer not to tell you the full story of making this record because
    its long and crazy and you wouldn't believe him anyway. Also, I am King Tuff.


    Magic Jake, who played bass and is beautiful like sunshine, would like to take this
    moment to give you a hug and invite you to a tanning party on a beach of your choice.


    Old Gary, who plays drums and has the most glorious cackle, would like to take this
    moment to crack a cold one with you and invite you to watch the old ballgame with
    him.


    Old Gary was out watching the old ballgame, so a wild critter named Ty Segall played
    drums on the song "Black Moon Spell". Ty enjoys speaking in a goblin voice in his
    spare time.


    Night fell on Studio B. A Tarot card leapt from the deck and said, "No human
    judgement is of any value here." King Tuff agreed.


    Sub Pop first discovered King Tuff curled up in his palace in Vermont. It was basically
    a shit hut made of moss, mud, and glimmering stones hidden near the graveyard,
    and it was guarded by beautiful wild bullfrogs with silver fangs and baseball bats.


    Punx, Squares, Skaters, Farmers, Bartenders, Grandparents, Stoners, Carpenters,
    Hobos, Heshers, Babes, Babies, Plumbers, Strippers, Art Teachers, Teenagers, Townies,
    Moms, Dads, Truck Drivers, and Witches will all love this record.


    Every song on Black Moon Spell was written without giving a shining fuck about
    nothing.


    Listen to Black Moon Spell, turn yr volume knob up to 666, put yr lover in a 69,
    and let yr inner grinagog rear it's wicked, unwashed, smiling snake head.


    Listen to Black Moon Spell and give yr ears what they've been begging for all year;
    a heavily weird, heavenly dark, hysterically magical Rock & Roll Sexperience.


    ps. the only part of this story that isn't true is the part about the shit hut. I actually
    was living at my parents' house when I was discovered. Love, KT

    1. Black Moon Spell
    2. Sick Mind
    3. Rainbow's Run
    4. Headbanger
    5. Beautiful Thing
    6. I Love You Ugly
    7. Magic Mirror
    8. Madness
    9. Demon From Hell
    10. Black Holes in Stereo
    11. Radiation
    12. Eyes of the Muse
    13. Staircase of Diamonds
    14. Eddie's Song
    King Tuff
    $18.99
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  • Ride The Lightning (Deluxe Box Set) Ride The Lightning (Deluxe Box Set) Quick View

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    Ride The Lightning (Deluxe Box Set)

    Limited To 30,000


    Ride The Lightning Remastered On 180 Gram Vinyl


    Double LP Featuring A Previously Unreleased Live Set At The Hollywood Palladium - Los Angeles, CA, 1985


    Creeping Death Picture Disc


    6 CDs Including Ride The Lightning Remastered, Unreleased Interviews, Rough Mixes & Demos, And Previously Unreleased Live Sets


    Live DVD Featuring 3 Songs And An Interview From MTV's Day On The Green In 1985, As Well As A Previously Unreleased Live Set From Metal Hammer Festival At Freilichtbuhne Loreley In St. Goarshausen, Germany


    64 Page Book Including Essays, Never-Before-Seen Photos, Various Ephemera


    Mini-Book Of Handwritten Lyrics


    Poster Set (3 Posters From European Tour In 1984)


    Deluxe numbered box set of Ride the Lightning including four vinyl records, six CDs, one DVD, a hardcover book including never before seen photos, a mini-book of handwritten lyrics and a set of three posters.


    The LPs include a newly remastered 180 Gram pressing of Ride The Lightning, a previously unreleased double LP - Live At The Hollywood Palladium, Los Angeles, CA - March 10th, 1985, and a Creeping Death picture disc.


    The CDs include a remastered Ride The Lightning, three previously unreleased interviews (one with Metal Forces in 1984, one with WUSC Cleveland Radio in 1985, and one with Metal Madness in 1985), a CD of previously unreleased rough mixes and demos from Lars' vaults, and three full live shows from London, UK in 1984, San Francisco, CA in 1985, and Castle Donington, UK in 1985.


    Additionally, the box set contains a DVD featuring three live songs and an interview from MTV's Day On The Green, as well a previously unreleased live set from the Metal Hammer Festival at Freilichtbuhne Loreley in St. Goarshausen, Germany, a 64 page hardcover book featuring new essays and never-before-seen photos, as well as a poster set containing three posters from their 1984 European tour.


    Ride the Lightning is the second studio album by American heavy metal band Metallica. The album was recorded in three weeks with producer Flemming Rasmussen at the Sweet Silence Studios in Copenhagen, Denmark. The artwork, based on the band's concept, represents an electric chair in the midst of a thunderstorm. The album title was taken from a passage in Stephen King's novel The Stand. Whilst still rooted in the thrash metal genre, the album showcased the band's musical maturity and lyrical sophistication. This was partially because bassist Cliff Burton introduced the basics of music theory to the rest of the band and because he had more input in the songwriting. It was the last album to feature songwriting contribution from former lead guitarist Dave Mustaine.


    Ride the Lightning received positive response from music critics, who saw it as a more ambitious effort than its predecessor. Metallica promoted the album on the Bang That Head That Doesn't Bang European tour in late 1984, and on its North American leg in the first half of 1985. The band performed at a few major music festivals, such as Monsters of Rock and Day on the Green later that year. Two months after its release, Elektra Records signed Metallica to a multi-year contract and reissued the album. Ride the Lightning peaked at number 100 on the Billboard 200 with no radio exposure. Although 75,000 copies were initially pressed for the American market, the album sold half a million by November 1987. It was certified 6× platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) in 2012 for shipping six million copies in the United States. Many rock publications have ranked Ride the Lightning on their best album lists, saying it had a lasting impact on the genre.

    LP 1: Ride The Lightning (Remastered) 180 Gram
    1. Fight Fire With Fire
    2. Ride The Lightning
    3. For Whom The Bell Tolls
    4. Fade To Black
    5. Trapped Under Ice
    6. Escape
    7. Creeping Death
    8. The Call of Ktulu


    LP 2: Live At The Hollywood Palladium, Los Angeles, CA - March 10th, 1985 *Previously unreleased
    1. The Ecstasy of Gold
    2. Fight Fire With Fire (Live)
    3. Ride The Lightning (Live)
    4. Phantom Lord (Live)
    5. (Anesthesia) - Pulling Teeth (Live)
    6. For Whom The Bell Tolls (Live)
    7. No Remorse (Live)
    8. Fade To Black (Live)
    9. Seek & Destroy (Live)
    10. Creeping Death (Live)
    11. Am I Evil? (Live)
    12. Motorbreath (Live)


    LP 3: Creeping Death Picture Disc
    1. Creeping Death
    2. Am I Evil?
    3. Blitzkrieg


    CD 1: Ride The Lightning (Remastered)
    1. Fight Fire With Fire
    2. Ride The Lightning
    3. For Whom The Bell Tolls
    4. Fade To Black
    5. Trapped Under Ice
    6. Escape
    7. Creeping Death
    8. The Call of Ktulu


    CD 2: Metallica Interviews *Previously unreleased
    1. Metal Forces Interview with Lars, November 1984
    2. WUSC Cleveland Radio Interview with Cliff & Kirk, February 1985
    3. Metal Madness Interview with Lars, March 1985


    CD 3: Demos & Rough Mixes From Lars' Vault *Previously unreleased
    1. Ride The Lightning (Studio Demo)
    2. When Hell Freezes Over (Studio Demo)
    3. Creeping Death (Studio Demo)
    4. Fight Fire With Fire (Studio Demo)
    5. Ride The Lightning (Garage Demo)
    6. When Hell Freezes Over (Garage Demo)
    7. Fight Fire With Fire (Garage Demo)
    8. Ride The Lightning (Boom Box Demo)
    9. Blitzkrieg (Rhythm Track Rough Mix)
    10. Am I Evil? (Rhythm Track Rough Mix)


    CD 4: Live At Kabuki Theatre, San Francisco, CA - March 15th, 1985 *Previously unreleased
    1. Fight Fire With Fire (Live)
    2. Ride The Lightning (Live)
    3. Phantom Lord (Live)
    4. The Four Horsemen (Live)
    5. (Anesthesia) - Pulling Teeth (Live)
    6. For Whom The Bell Tolls (Live)
    7. No Remorse (Live)
    8. Fade To Black (Live)
    9. Creeping Death (Live)
    10. Guitar Solo (Live)
    11. Am I Evil? (Live)
    12. Motorbreath (Live)


    CD 5: Live At The Lyceum Theatre, London, UK - December 20th, 1984 *Previously unreleased
    1. Phantom Lord (Live)
    2. The Four Horsemen (Live)
    3. (Anesthesia) - Pulling Teeth (Live)
    4. For Whom The Bell Tolls (Live)
    5. No Remorse (Live)
    6. The Call of Ktulu (Live)
    7. Seek & Destroy (Live)
    8. Whiplash (Live)
    9. Creeping Death (Live)
    10. Guitar Solo (Live)
    11. Metal Militia (Live)


    CD 6: Live At Castle Donington, UK - August 17th, 1985 *Previously unreleased
    1. Creeping Death (Live)
    2. Ride The Lightning (Live)
    3. For Whom The Bell Tolls (Live)
    4. The Four Horsemen (Live)
    5. Fade To Black (Live)
    6. Seek & Destroy (Live)
    7. Whiplash (Live)
    8. Motorbreath (Live)


    DVD: Metal Hammer, Day On The Green & Danish TV
    Metallica Live at MTV's Day On The Green at Oakland Stadium, Oakland, CA - August 31st, 1985
    1. Creeping Death
    2. Ride The Lightning
    3. For Whom The Bell Tolls
    MTV Day On The Green Interview with Lars and James
    Metallica Live at Metal Hammer Festival at Freilichtbuhne Loreley in St. Goarshausen, Germany *Previously unreleased
    1. Creeping Death
    2. Ride The Lightning
    3. Disposable Heroes
    4. No Remorse
    5. (Anesthesia) - Pulling Teeth
    6. For Whom The Bell Tolls
    7. The Four Horsemen
    8. Fade to Black
    9. Seek & Destroy
    10. Whiplash
    11. Fight Fire With Fire
    12. Guitar Solo
    13. Am I Evil?
    14. Motorbreath

    Metallica
    $149.99
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP Box Set + 6 CDs + DVD - 4 LPs Sealed Buy Now
  • Coming Apart Coming Apart Quick View

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    Coming Apart

    Body/Head are an electric guitar duo comprised of Kim Gordon (CKM, Sonic Youth, Free Kitten, etc.) and Bill Nace (X.O.4, Vampire Belt, Ceylon Mange, etc.) The pair began working together in various loose formats a few years ago, but the Body/Head concept evolved more specifically in early 2012.


    Initially their approach was almost entirely instrumental - lattices of interwoven feedback rainbows, with bits recalling everyone from Heldon to Keiji Haino. They usually performed against a backdrop of slow-motion film projection, creating a dream narrative of undeniable power and visionary reach. Kim's voice began creeping into the mix soon after, and the vocals now have become an intrinsic part of their musical architecture. They have even started writing and playing "songs" now, compositionally distinct from their purely aleatory origins, but still featuring lots of built-in improvisational space.


    Body/Head have also worked with guest artists since their inception. An early session with Michael Morley of The Dead C resulted in the Body/Gate/Head LP 'Glare Luring Yo', and live collaborations with Ikue Mori. Ikue has been focusing on electronics as her primary instrument in the decades since the end of her groundbreaking trio DNA, but Kim was able to talk her into trying drums again, and the results have been astounding. Ikue's percussion grounds the spirals of guitar and vocals with its strong central pulse, allowing everybody to achieve greater heights of musical/visual disorientation.


    Body/Head have thus far recorded a single for Dennis Tyfuss' Ultra Eczama Editions, a tour EP for Nace's own Open Mouth Productions, and released their collaboration with Morley through Feeding Tube Records.


    'Coming Apart' is released as a double LP by Matador Records.

    LP 1
    1. Abstract
    2. Murderess
    3. Last Mistress
    4. Actress
    5. Everything Left
    6. Can't Help You


    LP 2
    1. Aint
    2. Black
    3. Frontal

    Body/Head
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    Jesus I'm A Sinner

    Jesus I'm a Sinner is the 4th LP by Daniel Bachman. The album was recorded in Rappahannock County Virginia at Forrest Marquisee's studio inside his
    father's woodshop in May of 2013 after spending just around 8 months on the road.


    The first song Sarah Anne is a song for one of his best friends and sister Sarah Anne Bachman, and is also his first full song for the lap guitar.
    Honeysuckle Reel is a springtime tune. For that first day when the heat and humidity sets in and the smell of the honeysuckle bloom creeps in your open
    windows driving. Happy One Step is a guitar/fiddle duet with Sally Morgan of the Black Twig Pickers/The Freight Hoppers. It is a Cajun tune by Dennis
    McGee. Jesus I'm a Sinner is for cutting loose. Variation on Goose Chase is a version of Virgil Anderson's Goose Chase. Although attempted to adapt to
    the guitar, playing it on the banjo was the only way to keep the feel of the original version.


    Under the Shade of the Trees has the undertone and drone of the 17 year cicada hatch that hit Virginia summer of 2013. The title is taken from Stonewall
    Jackson's last words on his deathbed Let us cross over the river, and rest under the shade of the trees. Chattanooga is played by Sally Anne Morgan
    (fiddle) and Charlie Devine (banjo). This version was taken from Blaine Smith. Blenheim is the name of the LatanÉ family's property in Westmorland Co.
    Virginia. Its a song for good food, drinks and solid company nestled on the banks of the Potomac River. Leaving Istanbul (4 AM) is a frustration song and
    the feeling of being very tired thousands and thousands of miles away from home.

    1. Sarah Anne
    2. Honeysuckle Reel
    3. Happy One Step
    4. Jesus Im A Sinner
    5. Variation on Goose Chase
    6. Under The Shade Of The Trees
    7. Chattanooga
    8. Blenheim
    9. Leaving Istanbul (4AM)
    Daniel Bachman
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