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  • Foo Fighters Greatest Hits (Awaiting Repress) Foo Fighters Greatest Hits (Awaiting Repress) Quick View

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    Foo Fighters Greatest Hits (Awaiting Repress)

    With 15 years, 6 platinum-plus albums and as many Grammys under their collective belt, the Foo Fighters now mark off yet another milestone in their ascension to quintessential American rock royalty, an eagerly awaited Greatest Hits package. Foo Fighters Greatest Hits will feature two brand new tracks; Wheels which made its live debut at President Obama and the USO's July 4 barbeque at the White House honoring military heroes, and Word Forward, both recorded especially for this collection at the band's own fabled 606 studio complex with producer Butch Vig. The new tracks not only hold their own alongside individual Grammy winners The Pretender, All My Life and Learn To Fly and perennial Foo favorites Best Of You, Times Like These, My Hero, Everlong and more, but they perfectly round out an overview of the Foo Fighters' illustrious output to date and hint at what's yet to come.
    1. All My Life
    2. Best Of You
    3. Everlong
    4. The Pretender
    5. My Hero
    6. Learn To Fly
    7. Times Like These
    8. Monkeywrench
    9. Big Me
    10. Breakout
    11. Long Road To Ruin
    12. This is a Call
    13. Skin and Bones
    14. Wheels
    15. Word Forward
    16. Everlong (acoustic)
    Foo Fighters
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  • Greatest Hits Vol. 1 Greatest Hits Vol. 1 Quick View

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    Greatest Hits Vol. 1

    Gray and Black Colored Vinyl


    The long-gestating brainchild of Corrosion Of Conformity founder/drummer/vocalist Reed Mullin, guitarist Mick Murphy (My Ruin, The Birds of Satan, Neanderthal) and producer John "Lou" Lousteau, Teenage Time Killers' Greatest Hits Vol. 1 is 20 concise seismic shocks created by an all-star line up of punk and metal legends spanning decades. Joining Reed on drums and Mick on guitar on the album's 20 mostly original tracks and few covers of underground classics (including the Rudimentary Peni deep cut that inspired the project's title) includes: Jello Biafra, Randy Blythe of Lamb of God, Dave Grohl and Pat Smear of Foo Fighters, Nick Oliveri, Matt Skiba of Alkaline Trio, Corey Taylor of Slipknot and Stone Sour, Tommy Victor of Prong and Danzig, Lee Ving of Fear, Mike "IX" Williams of Eyehategod, Mullin's Corrosion of Conformity band mates Mike Dean and Woody Weatherman, Karl Agell and many, many more. All instrumental tracks on Teenage Time Killers' Greatest Hits Vol. 1 were recorded at Grohl's 606 Studios in Northridge, CA. The album was produced by John Lou Lousteau, Reed Mullin and Mick Murphy, engineered and mixed by John Lou Lousteau at 606.

    LP 1
    1.Exploder (feat. Reed Mullin)
    2.Crowned by the Light of the Sun (feat. Neil Fallon)
    3.Hung Out to Dry (feat. Randy Blythe)
    4.Power Outage (feat. Clifford Dinsmore)
    5.Ode to Sean Hannity (feat. Jello Biafra)
    6.Barrio (feat. Matt Skiba)
    7. The Dead Hand (feat. Reed Mullin)
    8.Egobomb (feat. Corey Taylor)
    9.Plank Walk (feat. Pete Stahl)
    10.Time to Die (feat. Mike IX Williams)
    11.Days of Degradation (feat. Tommy Victor)
    12.Clawhoof (feat. Tairrie B. Murphy)


    LP 2
    1.Big Money (feat. Lee Ving)
    2.Devil In This House (feat. Karl Agell)
    3.Say Goodnight to the Acolyte (feat. Phil Rind)
    4.Ignorant People (feat. Tony Foresta)
    5.Son of an Immigrant (feat. Jonny Webber)
    6.Your Empty Soul (feat. Aaron Beam)
    7.Bleeding to Death (feat. Vic Bondi)
    8. Teenage Time Killer (feat. Tren
    9.Ode to Sean Hannity (feat. Reed Mullin)
    10.Ignorant People (feat. Reed Mullin)
    11.Time to Die (feat. Reed Mullin)
    12.My Revenge (feat. Reed Mullin)

    Teenage Time Killers
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  • Wasting Light Wasting Light Quick View

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    Wasting Light

    Foo Fighters anxiously anticipated seventh album, Wasting Light, produced by Butch Vig and mixed by Alan Moulder, was recorded entirely on analog tape in the garage of Dave Grohls home in Californias San Fernando Valley. The new record marks the Foo Fighters first full length effort with legendary producer Butch Vig, who previously produced new tracks Wheels and Word Forward on 2009s Greatest Hits and with whom Dave Grohl (of course) first worked on Nirvanas classic Nevermind.


    Nirvana co-founder Krist Novoselic also makes a cameo, contributing bass and accordion to I Should Have Known, while former Nirvana touring guitarist and longtime extended FF family member Pat Smear now joins the permanent FF core of Grohl, Taylor Hawkins, Nate Mendel and Chris Shiflett.


    The album received its first public airing at a surprise gig Friday, January 28th at the minuscule Velvet Jones club in Santa Barbara, where the band ripped through the entire record from start to finish, and followed up with a crushing live collection of greatest hits and rarely played deep cuts including Wattershed from the bands self-titled 1995 debut.

    45 RPM Edition

    LP 1

    1. Bridge Burning
    2. Rope
    3. Dear Rosemary
    4. White Limo
    5. Arlandria
    6. These Days


    LP 2
    1. Back & Forth
    2. A Matter Of Time
    3. Miss The Misery
    4. I Should Have Known
    5. Walk

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  • Sound City: Real To Reel Sound City: Real To Reel Quick View

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    Sound City: Real To Reel

    Limited Collector's Edition 180 Gram Vinyl


    All-New Original Album of Music Created Exclusively for the Documentary


    Deep in the San Fernando Valley, behind the train tracks and amidst dilapidated warehouses, was rock n' roll's best kept secret. Sound City, America's greatest unsung recording studio, housed a legendary, one-of-a-kind recording console, and became the birth place to the seminal albums that defined 20th century music. Fleetwood Mac, Neil Young, Rick Springfield, Tom Petty, Nirvana, amongst many others, all put magic to tape within these walls. It was rock n' roll hallowed ground. Directed by Dave Grohl (Nirvana, Foo Fighters) and featuring interviews and performances by the iconic musicians who made their careers in the studio, Sound City tells the story of real rock n' roll history, and celebrates the human element of music, as Grohl gathers some of rock's greatest artists to collaborate on a new album. Using Sound City's legendary analog console, together they continue to create musical miracles in a digital world.


    Sound City - Real To Real, the companion album to the documentary is released on Roswell
    Records, in conjunction with the film's DVD and Blu-Ray releases. A brand new collection of all-new all-original songs, each song featured on the album was composed and recorded exclusively for the film within its own 24-hour session. The new tracks - featuring an amazing and idiosyncratic cast of collaborators including Paul McCartney, Grohl's former Nirvana and current Foo Fighters bandmates, Stevie Nicks, Rick Springfield, Trent Reznor, Joshua Homme of Queens of the Stone Age, Rick Nielsen of Cheap Trick, Lee Ving of Fear, Corey Taylor of Slipknot, Brad Wilk and Tim Commerford of Rage Against The Machine and more--passionately exemplify Sound City's celebration of the human element of musicianship and recording in an increasingly digital world.

    1. Heaven And All - Robert Levon Been, Dave Grohl, Peter Hayes
    2. Time Slowing Down - Chris Goss, Tim Commerford, Dave Grohl, Brad Wilk
    3. You Can't Fix This - Stevie Nicks, Dave Grohl, Taylor Hawkins, Rami Jaffee
    4. The Man That Never Was - Rick Springfield, Dave Grohl, Taylor Hawkins, Nate Mendel, Pat Smear
    5. Your Wife Is Calling - Lee Ving, Dave Grohl, Taylor Hawkins, Alain Johannes, Pat Smear
    6. From Can To Can't - Corey Taylor, Dave Grohl, Rick Nielsen, Scott Reeder
    7. Centipede - Joshua Homme, Chris Goss, Dave Grohl, Alain Johannes
    8. A Trick With No Sleeve - Alain Johannes, Dave Grohl, Joshua Homme
    9. Cut Me Some Slack - Paul McCartney, Dave Grohl, Krist Novoselic, Pat Smear
    10. If I Were Me - Dave Grohl, Jessy Greene, Rami Jaffee, Jim Keltner
    11. Mantra - Dave Grohl, Joshua Homme, Trent Reznor
    Various Artists
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  • Rarities Vol. 1: The Covers Rarities Vol. 1: The Covers Quick View

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    Rarities Vol. 1: The Covers

    No Use For A Name is one of THE most successful and prolific acts to come out of the 90's skate-punk scene. But there's a lot more to it than that. Just have a look at their family tree, it has bands like Spazz, Foo Fighters, and Suicidal Tendencies to count among its branches. No really, think about that: the dude from that infamous grindcore band was in NUFAN?!? Their long, unpredictable journey has been full of twists, turns, and alternate routes that led them to be one of the best-selling outfits of their genre. They've done it all: Warped Tour's main stage, MTV, a live record, and an even a recent greatest hits album entitled, All The Best Songs. Hey, you know you've made it when you finally get a greatest hits collection! Not bad for some goofy kids from San Jose who started out with a couple hardcore 7s

    Early No Use releases appeared on New Red Archives, a San Francisco punk label operated by Nicky Garratt of the UK Subs. Believe it or not, in the late 80's it actually made sense that they would be labelmates with Reagan Youth, Social Unrest, and Christ On A Crutch. An AllMusic review describes their early material as, hulking hardcore with mighty fists full of metal. Angry and Threatening. This was a gritty, hardcore punk band, known mostly for their growling vocals and dark lyrical themes. Then came the first unforeseen occurrence: frontman Tony Sly unexpectedly developed into a proficient songwriter and mastered melody like few punk bands can ever do. Nobody knows where those gifts come from and you never see it coming, but suddenly No Use For A Name was starting to make music that people actually liked.

    As is natural, the band kept evolving, and things changed in a major way for the band when they signed to Fat Wreck Chords in the mid-90's. Their 8-song Fat debut, The Daily Grind EP, drew comparisons to Bad Religion and was a marked step up, but it was 1995's, ¡Leche con Carne!, that would cement No Use For A Name as a successful band for years to come. The album was their best yet and bore a hit song (Soul Mate) that landed them on alternative radio charts, which, for a scrappy punk band, was a complete deviation from industry norms. Stranger yet, was that they made a music video and MTV even played the damn thing! What followed obviously was commercial success in the form of six-figure album sales, another anomaly in the world of indie-punk bands and something that would set the stage for later melodic punk bands like Blink 182, et al. From then on it was steady sailing with a string of successful records and tours from the band. Most notably was 1997's darker, and somehow faster, Making Friends; followed by 1999's hyper-catchy More Betterness!. It was during these halcyon days that Chris Shiflett held down 6-string duties for NUFAN before accepting an offer to join Foo Fighters on lead guitar.

    The years went by for the perennial punk powerhouse and the band did numerous world tours, amassing album sales that would eventually total in the 7 figures. Pretty remarkable when you think about it. The new millennium was also a fruitful time for the boys. It started in 2001 with the release of their Live In A Dive album, which was very successful abroad where people were especially hungry for No Use's live performances. In 2002 they released their poppiest effort, Hard Rock Bottom, which was stocked with upbeat tempos and radio-friendly melodies. Their most recent and seemingly final studio album came in 2008. Ironically titled The Feel Good Album Of The Year, the album was a tinge darker and more aggressive than their recent releases and the band reminded us all that their songs still had urgency and bite.

    After 25 years, No Use For A Name disbanded in 2012 when frontman Tony unexpectedly passed away. Anthony J. Sly (November 4, 1970 - July 31, 2012) died at home, in his sleep on a Tuesday morning, at age 41. Fat Mike-label head and long-time friend to Tony-was staggered by the news and offered, One of my dearest friends and favorite songwriters has gone way too soon. Tony, you will be greatly missed. No one could've predicted his passing, and needless to say, it shook the very foundation of the Fat Wreck family and the underground music community as a whole. Tony was loved and respected by a wide variety of artists and musicians, and nowhere is that more evident than the roster of contributors to The Songs of Tony Sly: A Tribute; a compilation of NUFAN songs covered by bands like Bad Religion, Frank Turner, The Gaslight Anthem, Alkaline Trio, and many more. Bands from the Americas, Europe, Australia, UK, and even Israel contributed to this final chapter in the storied career of No Use For A Name. The collection will be released on October 29th, 2013, and all proceeds will go towards the Tony Sly Memorial Fund, which has been established to help Tony's wife Brigitte and their daughters, Fiona and Keira.

    1. Turning Japanese
    2. Hybrid Moments
    3. I've Heard
    4. Selwyn's Got a Problem
    5. Enjoy the Silence
    6. Badfish
    7. Dream Police
    8. Fairytale of New York
    9. Making Our Dreams Come True
    10. 1945
    11. Don't Cry for me Argentina
    12. The Munsters' Theme
    13. Beth
    No Use For A Name
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    Doolittle

    Ranked 226/500 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.


    For the follow up to their classic 1988 debut Surfer Rosa, the Pixies brought in producer Gil Norton (Echo & The Bunnyment, Patty Smith, Foo Fighters) and the results were equally as brilliant if not superior to its predecessor. Doolittle boasted a cleaner sound and received excellent reviews, which led to greater exposure in America. Both a benchmark and a timeless monument, the album brazenly mixes
    surf-pop and grunge, with schizophrenic pacing and head banging jolts. Cited as one of the quintessential alternative rock albums of the '80s by Rolling Stone, Doolittle is undoubtedly one of the most epic and influential indie rock albums of all time. Highlights include Monkey Gone To Heaven, Wave Of Mutilation, Here Comes Your Man, Debaser and Hey among others.

    1. Debaser
    2. Tame
    3. Wave of Mutilation
    4. I Bleed
    5. Here Comes Your Man
    6. Dead
    7. Monkey Gone to Heaven
    8. Mr. Grieves
    9. Crackity Jones
    10. La La Love You
    11. No. 13 Baby
    12. There Goes My Gun
    13. Hey
    14. Silver
    15. Gouge Away
    Pixies
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