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    Drunk

    4 X 10" Vinyl Box Set


    Pressed On Red Colored Vinyl


    Housed In A Lift-Off Box Featuring Photography By Eddie Alcazar And Artwork By Zack Fox


    Thundercat will release his third full-length studio album "Drunk" via Brainfeeder. The album is a 23-track epic journey into the often hilarious, sometimes dark mind of the Grammy-winning singer/bassist and finds a few of his friends joining him along the way including Kendrick Lamar, Pharrell, Michael McDonald, Kenny Loggins, Wiz Khalifa, Kamasi Washington and Brainfeeder mastermind Flying Lotus. "Drunk" is the follow-up to his widely praised 2015 mini album "The Beyond / Where The Giants Roam," and features fan favorite tracks 'Bus In These Streets' and 'Them Changes.'

    LP 1
    1. Rabbot Ho
    2. Captain Stupido
    3. Uh Uh
    4. Bus In These Streets
    5. A Fan's Mail (Tron Song Suite II)
    6. Lava Lamp
    7. Jethro


    LP 2
    1. Day & Night
    2. Show You The Way (feat. Michael McDonald & Kenny Loggins)
    3. Walk On By (feat. Kendrick Lamar)
    4. Blackkk
    5. Tokyo
    6. Jameel's Space Ride


    LP 3
    1. Friend Zone
    2. Them Changes
    3. Where I'm Going
    4. Drink Dat (feat. Wiz Khalifa)


    LP 4
    1. Inferno
    2. I Am Crazy
    3. 3AM
    4. Drunk
    5. The Turn Down (feat. Pharrell)
    6. DUI

    Thundercat
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    10 Vinyl LP Box Set - 4 LPs Sealed Buy Now
  • Sketches For My Sweetheart The Drunk (Pre-Order) Sketches For My Sweetheart The Drunk (Pre-Order) Quick View

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    Sketches For My Sweetheart The Drunk (Pre-Order)

    Perhaps the most talented son act in pop music, Jeff Buckley combined the often harrowing eclecticism of estranged papa Tim Buckley with the rock acrobatics of Robert Plant. This posthumously released collection of four-track demos and sessions helmed by Tom Verlaine indicates that Buckley's astonishing full-length debut, Grace, was no fluke. The young singer-songwriter puts his falsetto to good use on an extraordinary collection of original material, from the soulful Everybody Here Wants You to the psychedelic Murder Suicide Meteor Slave. And while his bluesy take on Porter Wagoner's Satisfied Mind may not be as revelatory as his earlier version of Leonard Cohen's Hallelujah, this album offers ample proof that Buckley was among his generation's most gifted voices. --Bill Forman
    LP 1
    1. The Sky Is A Landfill
    2. Everybody Here Wants You
    3. Opened Once
    4. Nightmares By The Sea
    5. Yard Of Blonde Girls
    6. Witches' Rave
    7. New Year's Prayer


    LP 2
    1. Morning Theft
    2. Vancouver
    3. You & I
    4. Nightmares By The Sea
    5. New Year's Prayer
    6. Haven't You Heard
    7. I Know We Could Be So Happy Baby (If We Wanted To Be)


    LP 3
    1. Murder Suicide Meteor Slave
    2. Back In N.Y.C.
    3. Gunshot Glitter
    4. Demon John
    5. Your Flesh Is So Nice
    6. Jewel Box
    7. Satisfied Mind

    Jeff Buckley
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  • Drunk Is The New Sober/Stupid Is The New Dumb Drunk Is The New Sober/Stupid Is The New Dumb Quick View

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    Drunk Is The New Sober/Stupid Is The New Dumb

    Drunk Is The New Sober and Stupid Is The New Dumb are the twin subtitles of Drunk & Stupid, Dots Will Echo's debut album on Asthmatic Kitty, but those aren't just arch witticisms, they encapsulate the apparent contradictions that power the New Jersey duo's music. The warmly weird world created by multi-instrumentalist Nick Berry and drummer Kurt Biroc seems simultaneously sacred and profane, edgy and accessible, sad and transcendently silly. What else would you expect from a group that describes itself as "dour moralizers and drunken assholes" and identifies its key influences as "A little bit The Incredible String Band, a little bit AC/DC?"



    "I can see the carnival lights from here," sings Berry in a half-crazed, half-elated tone at the beginning of the opening track, "I Like It," sounding like either a psychotic infatuated with his own attractive fantasy world or a genius inventor marveling at the luminous landscape he's created. It's up to the listener to decide which, but either way it's 100% Dots Will Echo.



    Everything on Drunk & Stupid was played by Berry and Biroc, with the basic tracks recorded in a single marathon, three-day session. "I meant this to be a very raw recording, capturing the way we sound live," says Berry, who plays everything from guitars and keyboards to Autoharp, glockenspiel, and Andean charango over the course of the album, as he and Biroc build their own beautifully ramshackle universe from the ground up before your very ears.



    "A poorly played violin can sound better than a well played piano," says Berry half-jokingly of the organic, offhand feel of the tracks. From the first moment, Drunk & Stupid makes the listener a fly on the wall for a day in the life of Dots Will Echo, with snatches of goofy studio chatter interspersed between tunes. The bit that leads into the crooked campfire singalong "I'm a Monkey" is particularly telling, as Berry spontaneously announces, "I want to try a song I dreamt the other night," Biroc disapprovingly asks, "In the studio?" and Berry blithely counters, "Yeah, why not?"



    In fact, Berry dreams a large percentage of his songs. "Some are stupid, but I let 'em fly anyway," he says self-deprecatingly, "but the really stupid ones, nobody's ever gonna hear." By the time they enter our waking world, Berry's tunes bear trace elements of psychedelia, power pop, field-recording folk, DIY post-punk, and tantalizingly trashy garage rock (the duo does in fact rehearse in Biroc's garage). "What You Tryin' To Do," for instance, comes off like Sister Lovers-era Big Star recording for Harry Smith's Anthology of American Folk Music, while the giddy blastoff of "Rocket Girl" evokes early XTC covered by Guided By Voices, and the fragile, almost-ominous beauty of the hushed, acoustic ballad "Gates of Eden" feels like the greatest song Neil Young never wrote for Galaxie 500.



    The black humor that inhabits an impressive amount of real estate in the Dots Will Echo neighborhood isn't the whistling-through-the-graveyard variety, but rather the kind that finds all of creation to be a bit of a knee-slapper. Like the great writers in every medium, Berry finds the human dilemma a source of endless hilarity, even though you can always hear the big, gently bruised heart beating at the core of every song on Drunk & Stupid. Berry sounds like an amphetamine-fueled tour guide as he walks us through a field of mankind's folly on "Seven Deadly Sins," his loopy lyrics punctuated by Captain Beefheart-esque bursts of six-string cubism.



    Even when things get apocalyptic, as on the minimalist stomp of the cautionary "Shitstorm," Berry exhibits so much obvious glee in announcing the impending arrival of the titular phenomenon that you can't help singing "there's a shitstorm coming" right along with him and bobbing your head randomly to the track's triumphantly spastic anti-groove. The deceptively mellow-sounding anthem of global dystopia "History's Grave" was written in early 2008, but Berry notes, "Since then many of the events mentioned or alluded to have come to pass. This made me feel a little bit like a character in a Stephen King novel."



    At the same time, Drunk & Stupid sports songs like "Be a Friend" and "So Deep the Night," lambent, low-key ballads that balance between bittersweet and unabashedly sentimental without ever turning mawkish. On these tracks, the Lennon-like undertone in Berry's voice rises to the top of the mix, tapping into an almost spiritual vibe and making for some of the most undeniably poignant moments on the album.



    Berry and Biroc, who also work together at the same day job (the drummer is Berry's boss), have been making music together since 2004, hashing out their ideas in Biroc's garage and documenting them in Berry's basement studio. Along the way, they've made unofficial micro-pressings of their work, mostly for passing around to friends and admirers in an ad hoc fashion, but Drunk & Stupid represents the first time the duo's freewheeling work has ever been properly presented to the public at large as a full-on album. With all the material the prolific pair has been stockpiling, they had a huge tally of tunes to haul along with them for this project, and hearing it is a little like stumbling for the first time into a lost world with a long legacy of its own rituals, relics, regalia, and history. But once you wander in, you can't imagine how you ever existed without it.



    Originally meant to be two separate discs (the vinyl version is a double LP with download codes for bonus tracks), Drunk & Stupid is a wild ride that clocks in at just under 80 minutes and boasts 19 songs overflowing with insanely catchy melodies, endearingly off-kilter arrangements, and a strangely satisfying blend of the divine and the absurd." As Berry says, "We try to allow for the will of the universe to have a large part in our music. There must be something sacred in mistakes. This is our explanation for being fuck-ups."


    1. Untitled
    2. I Like It
    3. Untitled II
    4. I'm a Monkey
    5. Shitstorm
    6. Be a Friend
    7. Whatcha Tryin to Do
    8. Rocket Girls
    9. Caroline
    10. Run Away Anna
    11. History's Grave
    12. Sweet Sweet Sanity
    13. Anime
    14. Who Left You Here
    15. The Future
    16. Untitled III
    17. Peace in Your Life
    18. Our Little Part of the World
    19. Untitled IV
    20. Gates of Eden
    21. Visions of Light
    22. Seven Deadly Sins
    23. So Deep the Night
    Dots Will Echo
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  • Lunch. Drunk. Love. (Awaiting Repress) Lunch. Drunk. Love. (Awaiting Repress) Quick View

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    Lunch. Drunk. Love. (Awaiting Repress)

    In today's disposable music industry, a twenty year career is something almost unheard of. It takes a band with a big heart, a loyalty to one of the most varied group of fans ever and just a sheer love of making people smile to do it properly. It takes a band from Texas...that band is Bowling For Soup.


    Produced by Jarinus (Linus of Hollywood and Jaret Reddick), Lunch. Drunk. Love. is a completely fan funded album through PledgeMusic. The band were able to include their fans on the entire process from demos to recording and even allowed the fans to name the album through an online poll!
    With heartfelt breakup songs like 'Since We Broke Up' and 'Envy,' upbeat pop-culture / name dropping songs that ONLY BFS can pull off such as 'Normal Chicks,' and a surprising cover of the Edie Brickell and the New Bohemians song 'Circle,' this could actually prove to be Bowling For Soup s most well rounded album to date...And it's number freakin 14 for these dudes!

    1. Critically Disdained
    2. Since We Broke Up
    3. Real
    4. And I Think You Like Me Too
    5. Envy
    6. I Am Waking Up Today
    7. Circle
    8. Right About Now
    9. Couple of Days
    10. Kevin Weaver
    11. Rooftops
    12. How Far This Can Go
    13. Normal Chicks
    Bowling For Soup
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  • Freaks, Faggots, Drunks, And Junkies Freaks, Faggots, Drunks, And Junkies Quick View

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    Freaks, Faggots, Drunks, And Junkies

    Vinyl edition of what is probably GG Allin's greatest studio album. This was GG's fourth album when it was originally released on Homestead Records in 1988. Recorded with a backing band featuring members of New England punk/thrash heavies Psycho, this one contains some of GG's best songs. Die When You Die is arguably the most famous GG Allin song and this album features the original, best version of the live warhorse. It also includes GG's rewrite of David Allen Coe's Longhair Redneck titled Outlaw Scumfuc. The punkest man alive (at the time) at his peak.
    1. My Revenge
    2. Dope Money
    3. Be My Fuckin Whore
    4. Suck My Ass, It Smells
    5. Dog Shit
    6. Wild Riding
    7. Sleeping In My Piss
    8. Anti-Social Masterbator
    9. Last In Line For The Gang Bang
    10. Die When You Die
    11. Commit Suicide
    12. Crash and Burn
    13. Outlaw Scumfuc
    14. Caroline and Sue
    15. Cunt Sucking Cannibal
    16. Family
    17. Young Little Meat
    18. I Wanna Kill You
    19. My Bloody Mutilation
    GG Allin
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  • Drank Drank Quick View

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    Drank


    Remixed By DJ Candlestick And OG Ron C Of Legendary Houston DJ Collective The Chopstars


    Brainfeeder presents a special chopped not slopped mix of Thundercat's incredible album Drunk (2017) by DJ Candlestick and OG Ron C of legendary Houston DJ collective The Chopstars. Slowed down and chopped up, the mix has been appropriately re-titled Drank. It appeared online last year as an unofficial homage to the virtuoso bassist, songwriter and producer's third and universally acclaimed album and received hearty approval from Thundercat who proclaimed If you got Drunk it's only right that you get Drank. I feel like they go together. - inciting Brainfeeder to make a beautiful purple vinyl format.

    Thundercat
    $27.99
    Colored Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
  • Wake Up Wake Up Quick View

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    Wake Up

    Wake Up is the debut album by indie pop band Youngblood Hawke.


    The album's title (Wake Up) was inspired by Danny McGuire, a friend of the Youngblood Hawke band members. One day he was riding his bike home and got hit by a drunk driver. He was in a coma for a really long time. Youngblood Hawke wrote their song Dannyboy for him.

    1 Rootless
    2 We Come Running (featuring the West Los Angeles Children's Choir)
    3 Dreams
    4 Dannyboy
    5 Stars (Hold On)
    6 Glacier
    7 Sleepless Streets
    8 Say Say
    9 Blackbeak
    10 Forever
    11 Live and Die
    12 Last Time
    Youngblood Hawke
    $24.99
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  • Songs From St. Somewhere Songs From St. Somewhere Quick View

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    Songs From St. Somewhere


    Parrothead Alert: Brand New Vinyl From Jimmy Buffett Featuring 15 New Recordings!


    The album was recorded Spring 2013 in various locales including Key West, Nashville, Austin, Miami and St. Barts. The first single, Too Drunk To Karaoke is a duet with Toby Keith. Other song titles are Somethin' 'Bout A Boat, Einstein Was A Surfer, I Want To Go Back To Cartagena, Tides and Useless But Important Information

    1. Somethin' 'Bout a Boat
    2. Einstein Was a Surfer
    3. Earl's Dead - Cadillac For Sale
    4. Too Drunk to Karaoke
    5. Serpentine
    6. Useless But Important Information
    7. I Want To Go Back To Cartagena
    8. Soulfully
    9. Rue De La Guitare
    10. I'm No Russian
    11. Tides
    12. The Rocket That Grandpa Rode
    13. I Wave Bye Bye
    14. Colour of the Sun
    15. Oldes Surfer On the Beach
    Jimmy Buffett
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    A.M.

    + Full Length CD - LP Cut from Original Masters and Pressed at Pallas in Germany!



    Established from the ashes of alt-country legends Uncle Tupelo by Jeff Tweedy and other former members, Wilco was an apple that initially didn't fall too far from the tree. Their debut album, A.M. builds on the former group's brand of updated country-rock and emotionally charged songwriting, albeit with a more noticeable emphasis on the rock here. Many of the best creations on A.M. from the driver's-licenseless drunk in Passenger Side to the bar-band celebration of riverboat gambling on Casino Queen also sport an unprecedented sense of humor and playfulness that ultimately strengthens the songwriting and its appeal.

    1. I Must Be High
    2. Casino Queen
    3. Box Full Of Letters
    4. Shouldn't Be Ashamed
    5. Pick Up The Change
    6. I Thought I Held You
    7. That's Not The Issue
    8. It's Just That Simple
    9. Should've Been In Love
    10. Passenger Side
    11. Dash 7
    12. Blue Eyed Soul
    13. Too Far Apart
    Wilco
    $18.99
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
  • Man About Town Man About Town Quick View

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    Man About Town

    Man About Town is the fourth full-length record from Grammy nominated recording artist, Mayer Hawthorne.


    On Man About Town, Hawthorne is back to handling the lion's share of production. He also played damn near every instrument on the album and penned every track. His songwriting pulls from his life and observations; his heartache and joy. Sometimes it's groovy, other times he's vulnerable and sincere. It's the shit people listen to when they wanna get drunk and stoned and sentimental. The reason? Mayer Hawthorne stays making that timeless, soulful, baby-making music.

    1. Man About Town
    2. Cosmic Love
    3. Book of Broken Hearts
    4. Breakfast In Bed
    5. Lingerie & Candlewax
    6. Fancy Clothes
    7. The Valley
    8. Love Like That
    9. Get You Back
    10. Out Of Pocket
    Mayer Hawthorne
    $18.99
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  • At Home With Screamin Jay Hawkins At Home With Screamin Jay Hawkins Quick View

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    At Home With Screamin Jay Hawkins

    Import

    Original Mono Mix


    Screamin' Jay Hawkins' most famous "I Put A Spell On You" was supposed to be a blues ballad. But when he and his musicians got drunk in the studio, they churned out one of the most gut-wrenching, utterly visceral songs in the history of Pop. He groaned, moaned, spluttered and spat his way through the recording, giving it a haunting feel and ensuring a ban on many radio stations. But it became a hit, which gave him license to record more of his slightly oddball operatic music, resulting in his first album At Home With Screamin' Jay Hawkins in 1958. Featuring dancefloor sure shots such as "Hong Kong", the stomper "Yellow Coat", "Take Me Back To My Boots And Saddle" and of course "I Put A Spell On You", it goes without saying that this record is a killer! Now available on Music On Vinyl with re-mastered audio!

    Side A

    1. Orange Colored Sky

    2. Hong Kong

    3. Temptation

    4. I Love Paris

    5. I Put A Spell On You

    6. Swing Low, Sweet Chariot


    Side B

    1. Yellow Coat

    2. Ol' Man River

    3. If You Are But A Dream

    4. Take Me Back To My Boots And Saddle

    5. Deep Purple

    6. You Made Me Love You

    Jay Hawkins
    $34.99
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
  • Good God! Born Again Funk (Awaiting Repress) Good God! Born Again Funk (Awaiting Repress) Quick View

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    Good God! Born Again Funk (Awaiting Repress)

    The Numero Groupes 2006 release Good God! A Gospel Funk Hymnal examined what seemed to be a conundrum: gospel singers performing pious gospel songs, and devoutly, but doing so amid hot, sweaty, earthy sounds drunk on the same moonshine downed by any blues singer thumbing his way up north from the Mississippi delta. If the central premise was to grapple with a ôfunkyö trend in gospel, forgive us for staring perhaps a bit too intently at the collision of sacred and profane we thought we saw on those LPs and 45s. This music was always sacred, and decidedly so.


    Four years later, Numero returns with not quite a New Testament, rather a re-examination of a weighty tome. Born Again Funk lends new ears to a joyful strain of American
    composers and performers unafraid of expressing their devotion with both inspiration and invention. They were faithful to a spirit, not to an ordained sound.


    Featuring: Pastor T.L. Barrett & the Youth For Christ Choir, Ada Richards, Gospel Comforters, Golden Echoes, Lucy ôSister Soulö Rodgers, Gospel Soul Revivals, Brother Samuel Cheatham, Victory Travelers, Jordan Travelers, Inspirational Gospel Singers, Sacred Four, Andrew Wartts & the Gospel Storytellers, Holy Disciples of Chicago, Ill.,Sensational Five Singing Sons, Little Chris & the Righteous Singers , Sensational Five, Chicago Travelers, James Austin & the St. Luke COGIC Youth Choir.

    1. Like A Ship (T.L. Barrett)
    2. I'm Drunk & I'm Real High (Ada Richards)
    3. Yes God Is Real (Gospel Echoes)
    4. Packing A Grip (Golden Echoes)
    5. Pray A Little Longer (Lucy Richards)
    6. If Jesus Came (The Gospel Soul Revivals)
    7. Troubles Of The World (Brother Samuel Cheatam)
    8. I Know I've Been Changed (Victory Travelers)
    9. God Will Answer (Jordan Travelers)
    10. Same Thing It Took (Inspirational Gospel Singers)
    11. Somebody's Watching You (The Sacred Four)
    12. Peter & John (Andrew Watts & The Gospel Sto)
    13. I Know Him (Holy Disciples)
    14. Share You Love With The Master (Sensational Five Singing Sons)
    15. I Thank You Lord (Little Chris & The Righteous 5)
    16. Coming On Strong Staying Along (Sensational Five Singers)
    17. Been Trying (Chicago Travelers)
    18. I'll Take Jesus For Mine (James Austin)
    Various Artists
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  • Most Messed Up Most Messed Up Quick View

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    Most Messed Up

    Most Messed Up is a revealing, 12-track meditation on 20 years in music that finds the Old 97's at their raucous, boozy best. It's "a rock opera, a way-off Broadway musical about a musician's life, loves and lubrication," says music critic Bill Flanagan. Recorded in Austin and produced by Salim Nourallah, Most Messed Up also features guest appearances by Tommy Stinson (The Replacements, Guns N' Roses) and Jon Rauhouse (Neko Case) on lap-steel.


    Titles like "Wasted," "Intervention," "Wheels Off," "Let's Get Drunk & Get It On," and "Most Messed Up" hint at the kind of narrators frontman Rhett Miller likes to inhabit - men who possess an appetite for indulgence and won't let a few bad decisions get in the way of a good story. The magic in Miller's songwriting lies in the depth that he lends his characters. Upon closer inspection, the hard partying and endless pursuit of a good time often reveals itself to be a Band-Aid covering up deeper wounds and emotional scars. "There's a lot of darkness hidden in this record," Miller explains.

    1. Longer Than You've Been Alive
    2. Give It Time
    3. Let's Get Drunk & Get It On
    4. This Is The Ballad
    5. Wheels Off
    6. Nashville
    7. Wasted
    8. Guadalajara
    9. The Disconnect
    10. The Ex Of All You See
    11. Intervention
    12. Most Messed Up
    Old 97's
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  • Beyonce Beyonce Quick View

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    Beyonce

    BeyoncÉ is the fifth studio album by American recording artist BeyoncÉ.


    The 14-song collection features Drunk In Love, a new collaboration with husband Jay Z; Mine, featuring Drake; Superpower, with her I Miss You collaborator Frank Ocean; and Blue, a song with her daughter, Blue Ivy Carter.


    Every song on the album has also been given a video, all of which are included as a DVD. Grown Woman, a promotional cut that Beyonce performed during her Mrs. Carter world tour this year, appears as a bonus video, but did not make the album's track list.


    The collaborators on the album vary from the indie and unexpected (Chairlift's Caroline Polacheck co-wrote and produced the slinky No Angel, Sia wrote touching opener Pretty Hurts while a mysterious writer-producer credited as Boots is listed on half the album's tracks as a co-writer) to first-time collabs with Miguel (Rocket), Drake and Noah 40 Shebib (Mine), Hit-Boy (Bey Reel) and Frank Ocean (Superpower) to reunions with Ryan Tedder and The-Dream (XO), Justin Timberlake, Pharrell and Timbaland (Blow).


    Directors featured on the music videos include Detail, Jake Nava, Hype Williams, Terry Richardson, Melina Matsoukas, Jonas Åkerlund, Ricky Saiz, Pierre Debusschere, @lilinternet, Francesco Carrozzini, Ed Burke, Bill Kirstein and Todd Tourso. Grown Woman, initially previewed via Pepsi's global spot with Beyonce in April, is featured as a bonus video-only cut, directed by Jake Nava.


    - Billboard

    LP 1
    1. Pretty Hurts
    2. Haunted
    3. Drunk In Love (feat. Jay Z)
    4. Blow
    5. No Angel
    6. Partition
    7. Jealous


    LP 2
    1. Rocket
    2. Mine (feat. Drake)
    3. XO
    4. Flawless (feat. Chimamanda Ngozi Adiche)
    5. Superpower (feat. Frank Ocean)
    6. Heaven
    7. Blue (feat. Blue Ivy)


    DVD
    1. Pretty Hurts
    2. Ghost
    3. Haunted
    4. Drunk In Love
    5. Blow
    6. No Angel
    7. YoncÉ
    8. Partition
    9. Jealous
    10. Rocket
    11. Mine
    12. XO
    13. Flawless
    14. Superpower
    15. Heaven
    16. Blue
    17. Credits
    18. Grown Woman (Bonus Video)

    Beyonce
    $36.99
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  • Pond Scum Pond Scum Quick View

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    Pond Scum

    There are no Peel sessions anymore - that tradition was buried in the pyramids with John Peel himself upon the great man's passing. Of the thousands left in the wake, six are ascribed to Bonnie 'Prince' Billy - and of those six, three have been combined to form the deeply congruous experience of Pond Scum. A span of eight years is covered, in reverse, and many chestnuts are rolled out, freed of former contexts with sparse arrangements. (I Was Drunk at the) Pulpit feels, ten years from inception, more vividly worn; Death to Everyone is loosed from its frame, the bones decoupled and spread out, giving the song a reective air (as opposed the biting declamation of the original); Arise, Therefore adapts its metronomic base, the evangelic twist of its roots made palpable. With the center of the performance in stark relief, the gnomic qualities of two Get On Jolly pieces are intensied. Further accenting the devoted spirit of this collection is the inclusion of Bonnie's take on Prince's The Cross, as well as the previously-unreleased original Beezle.


    Bonnie's lone shadow casts over this lot, accompanied on the rst four tracks by David Heumann, but otherwise playing solo through a set of original songs (and two covers) representing a decade of progress in the almost unbearably intimate-yet-unknowable manner that was so often the vibe of those strange and wondrous days. Layers peel to reveal the subtle artistry and refinement contained within these sessions, so begin to dig deep into the vault!

    1. (I was Drunk at the) Pulpit
    2. Death to Everyone
    3. Arise, Therefore
    4. Jolly Five
    5. Beezle
    6. Jolly One
    7. When Thy Song Flows Through Me
    8. The Houseboat (O How I Enjoy the Light)
    9. Trudy Dies
    10. The Cross
    11. Stable Will
    12. The Idol on the Bar
    Bonnie Prince Billy
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  • Hamburg Recordings 1967 Hamburg Recordings 1967 Quick View

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    Hamburg Recordings 1967

    The Monks - a strange, rare group with a story that sounds like a drunk friend's generous
    hyperbole. A group of American G.I.s stationed in Germany on the precipice of Western
    cultural revolution starts playing music loosely connected to the rock n' roll craze,
    contrastingly incorporating a critical and often offensive avant-garde edge. Nothing
    was off limits - screeching vocals, dark aesthetics, staccato-strummed banjo, sardonic
    lyricism, critiques of the Vietnam War and full monk costuming down to the tonsure.
    When viewed on the whole, it seems like an art school student's senior thesis on what
    the craze means and its future possibilities. Due in large part to original Polydor vinyl
    collectability and years in the word-of-mouth hype machine, their legend and cult status
    has steadily blossomed since their last shows in 1967.


    Fast forward to 2017, the crew at Third Man, already huge fans, are presented with an
    honest-to-God treasure trove of original Monks photos, newspaper clippings, business
    cards, letterhead, contracts, postcards and, yes, analog tapes, containing trailblazing,
    wild compositions completely unheard by public ears.


    "I'm Watching You" would have been recorded on February 28th, 1967 at the same
    sessions that would produce the Monks' final single "Love Can Tame the Wild" b/w "He
    Went Down to the Sea." The remaining four songs were recorded after hours in the Top
    Ten Club later that year, just prior to the break-up of the band.


    These songs have been unreleased for 50 years and are quite possibly the last music left
    to be heard by this legendary band.

    1. I'm Watching You
    2. Julia
    3. P.O. Box 3291
    4. I Need U Shatzi
    5. Yellow Grass
    The Monks
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    Beyondless

    Beyondless is the 4th LP from Iceage. This
    record radiates joy.


    Pay attention to the journey, from New Brigade,
    a juvenile delinquent take on post-punk, full
    of cold, distant condemnation, and onto the
    ecstasy of You're Nothing, shedding the more
    aggressive hardcore influence and dragging in
    more light, a tendency followed on Plowing Into
    The Field Of Love. The intoxication is consistent,
    this has always been drunk music, but it's less a
    stumbling confusion and more a sturdy heartfelt
    confession with each record. They have finally
    caught up with their ambition. Their entire charm
    has always rested in their running ahead of
    themselves with blind confidence, taunting you
    to follow and you follow because wherever they
    are going is vital, is alive; on Beyondless they
    are treading with an assurance that is disarming,
    but there is no loss of charm, you are arm in
    arm now, whispering intimacies.


    Intimacies that recall other intimacies: something
    must have happened when Iceage heard Gun
    Club Miami. Some traumatic event! A wild band
    has not been tamed, but is in repose, retaining
    an edge but expressing something less definite,
    something about hurt or longing or regret.


    Letting in the light, the joy radiates. They are
    post post-punk, Beyondless retains the rich
    character of their brash beginnings, but this is
    something beyond, oh hell, this is something
    very, very special, a generous gift for an anemic
    age.

    1. Hurrah
    2. Pain Killer
    3. Under The Sun
    4. The Day The Music Dies
    5. Plead The Fifth
    6. Catch It
    7. Thieves Like Us
    8. Take It All
    9. Showtime
    10. Beyondless
    Iceage
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    Operation: Doomsday (Silver Age Set)

    This special edition 2xLP package comes housed in an all new exclusive jacket featuring DOOM's
    infamous metal mask icon embossed out of a metallic silver foil.


    Underneath his mysterious metal mask, MF Doom hides the cachet underground legends are made of. After KMD's 1994 sophomore album Bl_ck B_st_rds was turfed by Elektra in 1994 and Subroc (one half of the sibling rhyme duo) passed away, surviving KMD member Zev Love X mutated into the MC Avenger known as MF Doom. The Rap world is better for it. This 19-cut deep album is ridiculously dope, in a bizarro Ol' Dirty Bastard kind of way. Doom sounds either high or drunk on most of the tracks, his self-produced beats are gritty, and his rhyme styles are almost indecipherable. On arguably the best track, Rhymes Like Dimes, Doom weaves some pointed lyrics through his abstract wordplay, spitting 'only in America could you find a way to earn a healthy buck / And still keep your attitude on self-destruct.' Doomsday features female vocalist Pebbles the Invisible accompanying the masked rhyme avenger on his journey to denounce wack MCs, while on ? he trades hot verses with former Columbia artist Kurious Jorge. Doom's avant-garde ghetto-rhyme philosophies take even more intentionally weird twists on Tick, Tick... where he and guest MC MF Grimm's flows warble over a rhythm track whose tempo speeds up and slows down continually. The comic-book themed skits, many of which include snippets of dialogue from Marvel's Dr. Doom series, will help take you deep into the mind of an MC who is as otherworldly as they come. And in today's bland commercial Rap universe, Operation Doomsday's left-of-center beats and rhymes are the perfect remedy.


    This title is not eligible for discount.

    1. The Time We Faced Doom (Skit)
    2. Doomsday
    3. Rhymes Like Dimes
    4. The Finest
    5. Back In The Days (Skit)
    6. Go With The Flow
    7. Tick, Tick
    8. Red And Gold
    9. The Hands Of Doom (Skit)
    10. Who You Think I Am?
    11. Doom, Are You Awake? (Skit)
    12. Hey!
    13. Operation: Greenbacks
    14. The M.I.C.
    15. The Mystery Of Doom (Skit)
    16. Dead Bent
    17. Gas Drawls
    18. ?
    19. Hero vs. Villain (Epilogue)
    MF Doom
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    Voices In A Rented Room (Discontinued)

    Sometimes it's best to see the world in black and white. Shades of grey are for p**s, right-and NEW BUMS have ridden the hard road all the way to this, their album debut. They've played around and they've hit the singles scene (haven't you turned up "Slim Volume"? 7EP of the year, man!), but Voices in a Rented Room tells their whole life story and probably more of yours than you'd care to admit. The voices are two, spinning harmonies both heavenly and salt-pickled. Picking their direction and floating along on a pair of acoustics, New Bums are the sound of old drunk America, dancing out of the shadows, coming forth again to stand in the light, in the hopes of repopulating those sad old single-occupancy hotels before they're all torn down. New Bums is the grudging match-up of DONVAN QUINN (SKYGREEN LEOPARDS) and BEN CHASNY (SIX ORGANS OF ADMITTANCE, COMETS ON FIRE, 200 YEARS, RANGDA). They didn't like each other at first, but now make sweet and sour music together over the light of the magical Sterno (if there's anything left in the can, that is!). The ideas go back and forth between Ben and Donovan in what seems to be a true partnership. Their songs are all that: songs, with lyrics set in a space to speak to the human buried in you. People's music, with all the stark confessions, tall tales, bleak humors and punch lines that the people can bear. Behind the acoustics and voices is lots of space, but there are a few extra instruments that come and go and tinge the scrim as the boys move from stately processional to streetcorner sing-around to bluesy weeper to low-rolling rock n roll and back again, with slide-guitar lines erupting in the dark night air and classical-tinged filigrees curling around the tarnished and rusting edges throughout.
    1. Black Bough
    2. Pigeon Town
    3. Your Girlfriend Might Be a Cop
    4. Sometimes You Crash
    5. The Killers and Me
    6. Your Bullshit
    7. It's The Way
    8. Welcome to the Navy
    9. Burned
    10. Town on the Water
    11. Mother's Favorite Hated Son
    12. Cool Daughter
    New Bums
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    Indie Cindy


    "From the rst few seconds of 'Bagboy' it's clear that the band's
    vitality is fully intact" -NPR


    2014 will be the year that PIXIES indelibly stamp their musical footprint
    on rock history. The Alternative Rock legends are releasing their
    first studio album since 1991's 'Trompe Le Monde'. Needless to say, with
    two million catalogue album sales to their credit, and the recent press
    announcement for the new record creating huge waves of anticipation, a
    lot of people are very, very excited.


    Since the band reformed to play live shows in 2004, their legacy has
    grown stronger and deeper with each passing year. They've sold out
    shows and festivals around the globe, attracted a whole new generation
    of young converts, energized their supporters at press and radio, and
    delighted a ravenous fan-base drunk on their classic catalogue but
    hungry for new music.


    'Indie Cindy' arrives in the wake of three highly acclaimed EPs, a massively successful US tour, multiple
    radio sessions and an avalanche of press acclaim. It's the sound of a
    band firing on all cylinders, eager to pick up where they left off and they
    do not disappoint. Featuring the classic Pixies recipe of softer/louder
    dynamics, surf twang and rock crunch, Black Francis' darkly comical
    lyrics, and an array of instant classics like the singles 'Bagboy', 'Blue
    Eyed Hexe' and 'Greens and Blues', these 12 tracks are destined to win
    over die-hard fans and newcomers alike.


    The band will continue to tour throughout the year, playing festival dates
    and major market arenas, gaining even more new fans along the way,
    and setting the scene for one of their best-selling and most revered
    albums to date.


    1. What Goes Boom
    2. Greens And Blues
    3. Indie Cindy
    4. Bagboy
    5. Magdalena 318
    6. Silver Snail
    7. Blue Eyed Hexe
    8. Ring The Bell
    9. Another Toe In The Ocean
    10. Andro Queen
    11. Snakes
    12. Jaime Bravo
    Pixies
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    God Luck And Good Speed (Awaiting Repress)

    Nearly five years after their second CD, the underrated Sixteen Tons, was seemingly flushed like so much unwanted bong water down the toilet of stoner rock's decline in popularity, the members of North Carolina's Weedeater found the strength to roll up a new one after hooking up with the Southern Lord label, and duly re-emerged with a hell of a comeback album. In fact, it's' a good bet that their invariably baked fan contingent would likely bestow 2007's God Luck and Good Speed with the highest possible honor of calling it really good shit, full-to-bursting with coarse, crusty, stoner sludgecore of the highest market value. This becomes immediately apparent on the album's impressive opening triple threat -- the earth-shaking grooves of the title track, the uproarious speed-blast of Wizard Fight, and the groove-driven laughs of For Evan's Sake -- all of which surf on surging waves of feedback, their tendrils forming dirty electric causeways for an extended, uninterrupted buzz. Then suddenly, all is quiet for the one-off austerity of Alone, featuring only a banjo, an acoustic bass, and vocalist Dixie Dave Collins replacing his trademark croak with a drunken baritone à la Tom Waits, stinking drunk out on the bayou. (Curiously, this track alone was recorded by Corrosion of Conformity's Mike Dean, while the rest of the album was produced by indie rock staple Steve Albini.) Punishing, viscous volume and distortion are resumed by subsequent aural bulldozers like the instrumental $20 Peanut, the doomy but somewhat dull Dirt Merchant, and the oddly named epic Weed Monkey (all interlocked by even more feedback, naturally). And to emphasize their sub-Mason Dixon line allegiance, Weedeater deliver an aptly sludge-encrusted cover of Lynyrd Skynyrd's Gimme Back My Bullets as sung by Swamp Thing. Final verdict? The wait was worth it: God Luck and Good Speed is definitely some of Weedeater's strongest stuff yet.

    - Eduardo Rivadavia (All Music)
    1. God Luck & Good Speed
    2. Wizard Fight
    3. For Evans Sake
    4. Alone
    5. $20 Peanut
    6. It Is What It Is
    7. Gimme Back My Bullets
    8. Weed Monkey
    9. Willow
    Weedeater
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    Mysteries

    East London's Tigercats return with their new album and first release for Fortuna POP! Mysteries is vividly emotional and sonical-ly expansive, blending the very best of indiepop with complex song structures, lush production and beautiful arrangements. Tigercats combine the talents of songwriter, singer and guitarist Duncan Barrett with his brother Giles on bass, Laura Kovic on keyboards and vocals, and Jonny Evans on drums, as well as recent recruit Paul Rains from Allo Darlin' on guitar. And on Mysteries they're joined by living legend Terry Edwards (Gallon Drunk / Tindersticks), who contributes saxo-phone and trumpet on several tracks. Tigercats have toured across Europe, playing at Primavera and appearing on Spanish TV, while back in the UK they've appeared at both Indietracks and End of the Road festivals. Many of the songs on the album have been live sta-ples, starting off one way and mutating in to something totally different, giving the songs time to grow and develop before heading in to the studio. And once they did head in, bassist Giles Barrett's day job at London's legendary Soup Studios allowed the band nearly unlimited time to get deeper in to the recording process - so deep that it verged on insanity. Mysteries is the sound of a band of outstanding musicians fulfilling their potential and using their talents in the studio to realise their musical vision, retaining their infectious hooks, their heart and their sheer danceability, and coupling it with a bright new contempo-rary sound. Superbly crafted and full of personality, Tigercats' second album suggests that they won't remain a mystery much longer.
    1. Junior Champion
    2. Laura And Cesar
    3. King Of Vic
    4. Globe Town
    5. Call Me If You Need Me
    6. Wheezer
    7. Too Sad To Tell You
    8. Sleeping In The Back Seat
    9. So Haunted
    10. Wendy And Lisa
    Tigercats
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    Heterocetera

    In 2014, 'Damsel in Distress' a free mixtape album created by 23 year old J'Kerian Morgan, aka Lotic, garnered universal praise from all who heard it. Consisting of all original material and mind-warping edits of smash hits like 'Drunk in Love' by BeyoncÉ, the mixtape was lauded as an 'important turning point' in regards to where electronic music could go next. 'Heterocetera' is Lotic's first official release since the unveiling of 'Damsel in Distress' and marks the producer's debut on Tri Angle. This is the sound of tomorrow, today.
    1. Suspension
    2. Heterocetera
    3. Slay
    4. Phlegm
    5. Underneath
    Lotic
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    Santa Cruz

    Reared on a hefty diet of 80's glam rock Americana á la Guns N' Roses and such, Santa Cruz are a rock 'n' roll sensation, who, despite their very young age have hosted numerous rock clubs of their own in their native Hellsinki Rock City, scoring hordes of stark-raving-mad fans and reaping attention and endorsements from peers and media alike. The German rock magazine Stalker even recommends it to their readers that they plan their Finnish vacations around Santa Cruz's tour dates.
    If there ever was a band that looks completely out of place in their hometown, it would have to be Santa Cruz. Whereas contemplating suicide in a snowdrift, drunk out of one's skull, comes naturally for the inherently dark and brooding Finns, something as sunny, positive and unlawfully h-h-h-hot as Santa Cruz shouldn't probably be even possible on these semi-Arctic ice-ridden shores! It's just that tracks like "High on You" with its shimmering harmonies, rabidly energetic "Let's Get the Party Started" and "Aiming High" which probably possesses the sickest guitar riff in Finnish rock and metal this side of 1986, will prove to you, the Santa Cruz brand of rock 'n' roll works like an intravenous shot of Adrenaline! The top-notch songwriting and guitar chops from Hell will leave your jaws ajar and with Archie's unbridled yelps, at times you'd be willing to bet your cojones that it's the ghost of Bill Bailey singing - no small feat considering that Mr. Bailey is still very much alive! No wonder the Santa Cruz gigs are infamous of getting a wee bit unhinged at times!


    Without further ado, let's round it out with the endorsement of a guy who knows what the f**k he's talking about: "Never mind that they are young, 'cuz the matter of the fact is, that Santa Cruz definitely sticks out from all these retro hair metal bands running around nowadays. Not only do they have the attitude and the looks, but most importantly they sure as hell know how to play and the songs along with the awesome guitar playing pretty much makes me wanna bang my head in two pieces when I see them play live. And after all that's what it's all about. End of fucking story!!!" -Alexi Laiho / CHILDREN OF BODOM

    1. Bonafide Heroes
    2. Velvet Rope
    3. My Remedy
    4. 6(66) Feet Under
    5. Bye Bye Babylon
    6. We Are The Ones To Fall
    7. Wasted & Wounded
    8. Let Them Burn
    9. Vagabonds (Sing With Me)
    10. Can You Feel The Rain
    Santa Cruz
    $18.99
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