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Death From Above 1979'
Sebastien Grainger And The Mountains (Awaiting Repress)
A muscular and smart rock record that will surprise people expecting him to relive his past. Best known as singer and drummer for Canadian dance-punk duo Death From Above 1979, whose decadently catchy anthems took the world by storm, Grainger is soon to be better known as a singer/songwriter of sophisticated distinction with delicately layered folk-rock ruminations rich with energetic arrangements and deep melodic undercurrents.1.Love Can Be So Mean
2.Who Do We Care For?
3.By Cover of Night (Fire Fight)
4.I'm All Rage [Live '05] - (live)
5.I Hate My Friends
6.(Are There) Ways To Come Home?
8.(I Am Like a) River
9.Love is Not a Contest
11.Meet New Friends
12.Renegade Silence$15.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed AWAITING REPRESS Buy Now
The Physical WorldProduced by D. Sardy (Red Hot Chili Peppers, LCD Soundsystem, Wolfmother, Oasis), The Physical World comes a full ten years after the release of the band's universally acclaimed debut album, You're A Woman, I'm A Machine, which made Jesse F. Keeler (bass, synths, backing vocals) and Sebastien Grainger (vocals and drums), an underground /over ground sensation.1. Cheap Talk
2. Right On, Frankenstein!
4. Always On
5. Crystal Ball
6. White Is Red
7. Trainwreck 1979
8. Nothin' Left
9. Government Trash
11. The Physical World$18.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Outrage! Is NowThe merry merchants of muscular death dance discord - Sebastien Grainger (vocals, drums) and Jesse F. Keeler (bass, keys, synths) - made a collective decision to embrace their own penchant for perpetual motion while gleefully maintaining the car-wreck intensity of their punkified disco rock. Ultimately, Outrage! Is Now confidently kicks off a new chapter for Death From Above.
We are committed to evolution. This record is the sound of the two us pushing at the walls. We want there to be space, surprises and action!, says Sebastien. We both wanted to see how far we could take our sound as Death From Above. In a way, that has always been our objective, adds Jesse.
Outrage! Is Now is meant to be felt on both a visceral and emotional level, concludes Sebastien. We tried to make something that excites and surprises. Our journey is that of enlightenment and seeking truth. There's enough fiction and meaningless distractions in the world to make you totally shut off. We hope this record turns you on.1. Nomad
2. Freeze Me
3. Caught Up
4. Outrage! Is Now
5. Never Swim Alone
8. All I C Is U & Me
9. NVR 4EVR
10. Holy Books$21.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Two HandsSince 2008, the Bristish riff-ragers have melted minds with their signature brand of punk rock fury. Their live rituals are the stuff of legend: sound-tracked by the red hot fuzz of crackling speakers & overloaded channels.
After wrapping up a successful last year, which included headlining Live Nation's 'Download Freezes Over' tour as
well as crushing stages with Royal Blood & Death From Above 1979, the quartet are set to unleash 2nd album 'Two Hands' & excitement in the camp is infectious1. Invisible Hand
2. Rabbits Foot
3. Solid Gold
4. American Mirrors
5. Toy Memaha
6. Nine Lives
7. Good Hand
8. MK Ultra
9. Twelve Houses
10. Rich Gift
11. Pale Horse$18.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
BLack On BLondeNettwerk Records is excited to announce the two-disc release from the award-winning and incredibly talented Canadian hip-hop artist k-os. The double album is a cohesive collection of two records; one of rock tunes and the other of old-school hip hop jams.
Recorded at Hayden Christensen's deserted Laurel Canyon mansion, BLack on BLonde is the most personal and revealing album of his career. "My friends say this is the record I've been waiting my whole life to make, there's a confidence now," says k-os. "People don't generally want to take things too far. And I felt trapped by my birth into the music industry as a hippy or folk hip-hop singer; I'm over that feeling. It was time to delve deep and write an album (or two) that truly reflects all facets of myself. This album is a celebration of that."
BLack on BLonde features exciting collaborations from a varied array of guests, including Black Thought (The Roots), Travie McCoy (Gym Class Heroes), Emily Haines (Metric), Corey Hart, Sebastien Grainger (Death From Above 1979), Juno Award-winning Canadian rock singer/songwriter Sam Roberts and many others. Always innovative, provocative and fearless, k-os showcases said versatility by singing and playing drums, guitar and bass throughout the album.LP 1
1. Like A Comet (We Rollin') feat. Corey Hart
2. Diamond Sky
3. NYCE 2 Know Ya
4. C.L.A. feat. Travis McCoy
5. Nobody Else
6. One Time feat. Haines Vox
7. Mojo On
8. Try Again feat. Black Thought
10. Spraying My Pen feat. Saukrates and Shad
1. The Dog Is Mine
2. Don't Touch feat. Sam Roberts
3. Alone In My Car
4. Put Down Your Phone!
5. Billy Bragg Winners feat. Jay Malinowski
6. Surf's Up feat. Sebastien Grainger
7. Play This Game
8. Wonder Woman (As My Guitar Gently Streets)
9. BLondes$19.99Vinyl LP Picture Disc - LPs Sealed Buy Now
CloserRanked 157/500 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.
Formed in 1977, Joy Division (guitarist Bernard Albrecht, bassist Peter Hook, drummer Stephen Morris, and vocalist Ian Curtis) helped usher in the Post-Punk movement with their haunting melodies and melancholy lyrics. By incorporating synthesizers into their music, they paved the way for an entire generation of bands who would soon follow in their footsteps. The band released two classic albums, 1979s UNKNOWN PLEASURES and 1980s CLOSER as well as several singles, before Curtis suicide on the eve of their first American tour. Following Curtis death, Albrecht (now Sumner), Hook, and Morris formed the band New Order, and would continue to record over the next twenty-five years.
If Unknown Pleasures was Joy Division at their most obsessively, carefully focused, ten songs yet of a piece, Closer was the sprawl, the chaotic explosion that went every direction at once. Who knows what the next path would have been had Curtis not chosen his end? But steer away from the rereading of his every lyric after that date, treat Closer as what everyone else thought it was at first simply the next album and Joy Division's power just seems to have grown. Hannett was still producing, but seems to have taken as many chances as the band itself throughout differing mixes, differing atmospheres, new twists and turns define the entirety of Closer, songs suddenly returned in chopped-up, crumpled form, ending on hiss and random notes. Opener Atrocity Exhibition was arguably the most fractured thing the band had yet recorded, Sumner's teethgrinding guitar and Morris' Can-on-speed drumming making for one heck of a strange start. Keyboards also took the fore more so than ever the drowned pianos underpinning Curtis' shadowy moan on The Eternal, the squirrelly lead synth on the energetic but scared-out-of-its-wits Isolation, and above all else Decades, the album ender of album enders. A long, slow crawl down and out, Curtis' portrait of lost youth inevitably applied to himself soon after, its sepulchral string-synths are practically a requiem. Songs like Heart and Soul and especially the jaw-dropping, wrenching Twenty Four Hours, as perfect a demonstration of the tension/release or soft/loud approach as will ever be heard, simply intensify the experience. Joy Division was at the height of their powers on Closer, equaling and arguably bettering the astonishing Unknown Pleasures, that's how accomplished the four members were. Rock, however defined, rarely seems and sounds so important, so vital, and so impossible to resist or ignore as here.1. Atrocity Exhibition
5. A Means To An End
6. Heart & Soul
7. Twenty Four Hours
8. The Eternal
9. Decades$21.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Unknown Pleasures (Out Of Stock)Formed in 1977, Joy Division (guitarist Bernard Albrecht, bassist Peter Hook, drummer Stephen Morris, and vocalist Ian Curtis) helped usher in the Post-Punk movement with their haunting melodies and melancholy lyrics. By incorporating synthesizers into their music, they paved the way for an entire generation of bands who would soon follow in their footsteps. The band released two classic albums, 1979's Unknown Pleasures and 1980's Closer as well as several singles, before Curtis' suicide on the eve of their first American tour. Following Curtis' death, Albrecht (now Sumner), Hook, and Morris formed the band New Order, and would continue to record over the next twenty-five years.
It even looks like something classic, beyond its time or place of origin even as it was a clear product of both - one of Peter Saville's earliest and best designs, a transcription of a signal showing a star going nova, on a black embossed sleeve. If that were all Unknown Pleasures was, it wouldn't be discussed so much, but the ten songs inside, quite simply, are stone-cold landmarks, the whole album a monument to passion, energy, and cathartic despair. The quantum leap from the earliest thrashy singles to Unknown Pleasures can be heard through every note, with Martin Hannett's deservedly famous production - emphasizing space in the most revelatory way since the dawn of dub - as much a hallmark as the music itself. Songs fade in behind furtive noises of motion and activity, glass breaks with the force and clarity of doom, minimal keyboard lines add to an air of looming disaster - something, somehow, seems to wait or lurk beyond the edge of hearing. But even though this is Hannett's album as much as anyone's, the songs and performances are the true key. Sumner redefined heavy metal sludge as chilling feedback fear and explosive energy, Hook's instantly recognizable bass work at once warm and forbidding, Morris' drumming smacking through the speakers above all else. Curtis synthesizes and purifies every last impulse, his voice shot through with the desire first and foremost to connect, only connect - as Candidate plaintively states, I tried to get to you/you treat me like this. Pick any song, the nervous death dance of She's Lost Control, the harrowing call for release New Dawn Fades, all four members in perfect sync, the romance in hell of Shadowplay, Insight and its nervous drive towards some sort of apocalypse. All visceral, all emotional, all theatrical, all perfect - one of the best albums ever.1. Disorder
2. Day Of The Lords
5. New Dawn Fades
6. She's Lost Control
10. I Remember Nothing$21.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Temporarily out of stock