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  • Tape Deck Heart Tape Deck Heart Quick View

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    Tape Deck Heart

    Tape Deck Heart is the fifth studio album by London-based singer-songwriter Frank Turner, to be released on April 22, 2013, on Xtra Mile in the United Kingdom. It will also be released on Interscope worldwide. The album was preceded by the single, Four Simple Words, on 25 December 2012. The artwork for the album was done by SWFL tattoo artist Heather Ann Law. The opening track and first single, Recovery, premiered on Radio 1, on 4 March 2013 and was released on iTunes the following day.
    1. Recovery
    2. Losing Days
    3. The Way I Tend To Be
    4. Plain Sailing Weather
    5. Good & Gone
    6. Tell Tale Signs
    7. Four Simple Words
    8. Polaroid Picture
    9. The Fisher King Blues
    10. Anymore
    11. Oh Brother
    12. Broken Piano
    Frank Turner
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  • Sleep Is For The Week Sleep Is For The Week Quick View

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    Sleep Is For The Week

    10th Anniversary Reissue


    Side D Features Frank Turner Logo Etching (No Music)


    10th Anniversary reissue of the Frank Turner debut album - Sleep Is For the Week. The Double LP features the original 13 tracks & 6 bonus demos. Side D will be etched with the Frank Turner logo. Standard weight, black vinyl.

    LP 1
    1. The Real Damage
    2. Vital Signs
    3. Romantic Fatigue
    4. A Decent Cup Of Tea
    5. Father's Day
    6. Worse Things Happen At Sea
    7. My Kingdom For A Horse
    8. Back In The Day
    9. Once We Were Anarchists
    10. Wisdom Teeth
    11. The Ladies Of London Town
    12. Must Try Harder
    13. The Ballad Of Me And My Friends


    LP 2 (No Music On Side 2)
    1. Romantic Fatigue (demo)
    2. The Real Damage (demo)
    3. Wisdom Teeth (demo)
    4. Sunshine State (demo)
    5. This Town Ain't Big Enough For The One Of Me (demo)
    6. Longing For The Day (demo)

    Frank Turner
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  • England Keep My Bones England Keep My Bones Quick View

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    England Keep My Bones

    Frank Turner is ready. On the other side of the Atlantic in his native U.K., he has had a banner year, seeing his single gI Still Believeh catch fire at radio, nominated for NMEfs Best Solo Artist award, scooping the prestigious 'Spirit Of Independence' award from Kerrang, and headlining a sold]out Brixton Academy show in December.


    Now Frank Turner is set to release his highly anticipated fourth album, England Keep My Bones, with contributions from Hold Steady keyboardist Franz Nicolay, folk singers Emily Barker and Chris T]T, and Unbelievable Truthfs Andy Yorke.


    England Keep My Bones comes on the heels of Frankfs biggest U.S. push so far, a fall tour with Social Distortion, continuing the DIY aesthetic Frank has brought to conquering America: touring with Chuck Raganfs Revival Tour, Gaslight Anthem, and the Offspring, while always taking the opportunity to play at a local record store or living room along the way. Now that he has built a U.S. base one fan at a time, 2011 looks set to be the year of Frank Turner.


    1. Eulogy

    2. Peggy Sang The Blues
    3. I Still Believe
    4. Rivers
    5. I Am Disappeared
    6. English Curse
    7. One Foot Before The Other
    8. If Ever I Stray
    9. Wessex Boy
    10. Nights Become Days
    11. Redemption
    12. Glory Hallelujah
    Frank Turner
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  • Positive Songs For Negative People Positive Songs For Negative People Quick View

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    Positive Songs For Negative People

    Positive Songs for Negative People is the sixth studio album by English singer/songwriter Frank Turner.
    1. The Angel Islington
    2. Get Better
    3. The Next Storm
    4. The Opening Act of Spring (Frank Turner, Matt Nasir)
    5. Glorious You
    6. Mittens
    7. Out of Breath
    8. Demons
    9. Josephine
    10. Love Forty Down
    11. Silent Key
    12. Song for Josh
    Frank Turner
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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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  • Love Ire & Song Love Ire & Song Quick View

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    Love Ire & Song

    Frank Turner is an English folk singer-songwriter and former vocalist of legendary UK punk band Million Dead. Like an earlier folksinger with roots in the punk movement, Billy Bragg, Turner spits out songs that are at once effortless and heartfelt, filled with venom, self-doubt, and love for the everyday people he meets in the street. This album was released in the UK in 2008 to glowing reviews and year-end best of lists and is now available stateside.
    1. I Knew Prufrock Before He Got Famous
    2. Reasons Not To Be An Idiot
    3. Photosynthesis
    4. Substitute
    5. Better Half
    6. Love Ire & Song
    7. Imperfect Tense
    8. To Take You Home
    9. Long Live The Queen
    10. A Love Worth Keeping
    11. St. Christopher Is Coming Home
    12. Jet Lag
    Frank Turner
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  • Harmony No Harmony Harmony No Harmony Quick View

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    Harmony No Harmony

    Never Before Released On Vinyl


    Reissue in celebration of the 10th anniversary of Million Dead's 2nd album Harmony No Harmony. Million Dead
    were: Frank Turner - Vocals; Ben Dawson - Drums; Tom Fowler - Guitar; Julia Ruzicka - Bass.

    1. Bread & Circuses
    2. Hollaway Prison Blues
    3. After the Rush Hour
    4. Plan B
    5. Carthago Est Delenda
    6. To Whom it May Concern
    7. Living the Dream
    8. Margot Kidder
    9. Murder and Create
    10. Achilles Lung
    11. Bovine Spungiform Economics
    12. Father My Father
    13. Engine Driver
    14. Harmony No Harmony
    Million Dead
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  • Songbook (Pre-Order) Songbook (Pre-Order) Quick View

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    Songbook (Pre-Order)

    'Songbook' will bring together highlights from across Frank Turner's six albums alongside ten brand new 'Songbook'
    versions of some of his most well-loved tracks. These reimagined versions see some songs re-recorded in full and
    some stripped-down to an acoustic setting. The release also includes a brand new track, 'There She Is.'
    LP 1
    1. Four Simple Words
    2. I Still Believe
    3. The Next Storm
    4. Recovery
    5. The Road
    6. Long Live The Queen
    7. Glorious You
    8. Plain Sailing Weather
    9. I Knew Prufrock Before He Got Famous
    10. Wessex Boy


    LP 2
    1. The Opening Act Of Spring
    2. Polaroid Picture
    3. Mittens
    4. If Ever I Stray
    5. The Way I Tend To Be
    6. The Ballad Of Me and My Friends
    7. Photosynthesis
    8. Get Better
    9. There She Is


    LP 3
    1. Polaroid Picture (Songbook version) - Re-record
    2. The Way I Tend To Be (Songbook version)
    3. Glorious You (Songbook version)
    4. Josephine (Songbook version) - Acoustic
    5. Polaroid Picture (Songbook version)
    6. Love 40 Down (Songbook version)
    7. I Am Disappeared (Songbook version)
    8. Broken Piano (Songbook version)
    9. Long Live The Queen (Songbook version)
    10. The Ballad Of Me and My Friends (Songbook version)

    Frank Turner
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  • The Devil, The Heart, & The Fight The Devil, The Heart, & The Fight Quick View

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    The Devil, The Heart, & The Fight

    Skinny's Lister's third album - THE DEVIL, THE HEART & THE FIGHT - will be unleashed upon the world in 2016! Produced by the wonderful Tristan Ivemy (Frank Turner, The Holloways, Will Varley) and released through Xtra Mile Recordings the album was largely put together whilst on the road, rehearsing in studios and bunkers all over the world.
    1. Wanted
    2. Geordie Lad
    3. Tragedy In A Minor
    4. Devil In Me
    5. Injuries
    6. Reunion
    7. Beat It From The Chest
    8. Hamburg Drunk
    9. Grace
    10. Charlie
    11. Fair Winds & Following Seas
    12. Carry
    Skinny Lister
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  • Throw Me In The River Throw Me In The River Quick View

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    Throw Me In The River

    Throw Me in the River, the soon to be released third LP from
    Melbourne, Australia's The Smith Street Band is multidimensional. Full
    of their trademark earnest storytelling, the album is a virtual passport
    to their global rise, with songs written while on tour in Winnipeg, Salt
    Lake City, Calgary, London, New York, and North Melbourne. Less
    than a year earlier, the band released a career defying 5-track EP
    entitled Don't Fuck With Our Dreams. The single was added to radio
    and launched with a 10-date Australian headline tour supported by
    US acts Joyce Manor and Cheap Girls. The band graced magazine
    covers, sold-out venues across Australia, signed international recording
    deals and toured the UK, Europe, and the USA, including a
    40-date tour with Frank Turner.
    1. Something I Can Hold In My Hands
    2. Surrender
    3. Surrey Dive
    4. Calgary Girls
    5. East London Summer
    6. The Arrogance of the Drunk Pedestrian
    7. Get High, See No One
    8. I Don't Wanna Die Anymore
    9. It's Alright, I Understand
    10. Throw Me in the River
    11. I Love Life
    The Smith Street Band
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  • The Boss Of The Blues (Pure Pleasure) The Boss Of The Blues (Pure Pleasure) Quick View

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    The Boss Of The Blues (Pure Pleasure)

    Besides helping to invent rock 'n roll with his hit Shake, Rattle and Roll, Big Joe Turner was one of the most soulful blues shouters of all time. His best albums married the boogie-woogie piano stylings of the great Pete Johnson with a jazzy jumpin' horn section. Boss Of The Blues is arguably Joe's best recording, in part because he sang with particular gusto during these 1956 sessions. At the time, Boss Of The Blues marked a nostalgic return to the jump-blues style that Turner helped pioneer in the '40s. Besides Johnson, Boss featured some of Kansas City's finest ever jazzmen and various members of Count Basie's band, including Joe Newman (trumpet), Pete Brown (alto sax), Lawrence Brown (trombone), Frank Wess (tenor sax) and Freddie Green (guitar). The bawdy Cherry Red and the rollicking Roll 'Em Pete are my favorite Turner-Johnson collaborations. Both feature some incredible playing by the piano master. Turner's versions of I Want A Little Girl, Low Down Dog, You're Driving Me Crazy, and Morning Glories are definitive. If I had to compile a list of my 10 favorite albums, Boss Of The Blues would be there.



    Musicians:



    • Joe Turner (vocal)

    • Joe Newman (trumpet)

    • Lawrence Brown (trombone)

    • Pete Brown (alto saxophone)

    • Frank Wess (tenor saxophone)

    • Pete Johnson (piano)

    • Freddie Green (guitar)

    • Walter Page (bass)

    • Cliff Leeman (drums)




    Recording:1956 in New York by Len Frank

    Production: Nesuhi Ertegun & Jerry Wexler




    About Pure Pleasure



    At the beginning of the 90s, in the early days of audiophile vinyl re-releases, the situation was fairly straightforward. Companies such as DCC, Mobile Fidelity, Classic Records and, of course, Pure Pleasure all maintained a mutual, unwritten ethical code: we would only use analogue tapes to manufacture records.



    During the course of the present vinyl hype, many others have jumped on the bandwagon in the hope of securing a corner of the market. Very often they are not so ethical and use every imaginable source to master from: CDs, LPs, digital files, MP3s - or employed existent tools from the 80s and 90s for manufacturing.



    A digital delay is gladly used when cutting a lacquer disc because tape machines with an analogue delay have become quite rare and are therefore expensive. When cutting the lacquer, the audio signal is delayed by one LP revolution against the signal, which controls the cutter head, and for this a digital delay is very often employed. Of course, the resultant sound signal is completely digital and thus only as good as this delay.



    We should like to emphasize that Pure Pleasure Records on principle only uses the original master tape as the basis for the entirely analogue cutting of lacquer discs. In addition, the pressing tool is newly manufactured as a matter of principle.



    We only employ existing tools for manufacturing if an improved result is not forthcoming, e.g. the title Elvis Is Back, which was mastered by Steve Hoffman and Kevin Gray, or several titles from our Philips Classics series, which in any case Willem Makkee cut from the original masters at the Emil Berliner Studios in the 90s. It goes without saying that we only used the mother and that new tools were made for our production.



    To put it in a nutshell: we can ensure you that our releases are free from any kind of digital effects and that the lacquer discs are newly cut.


    This title is not eligible for discount.

    1. Cherry Red
    2. Roll 'Em Pete
    3. I Want a Little Girl
    4. Low Down Dog
    5. Wee Baby Blues
    6. You're Driving Me Crazy (What Did I Do?)
    7. How Long Blues
    8. Morning Glories
    9. St. Louis Blues
    10. Piney Brown Blues
    Big Joe Turner
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  • Over-Nite Sensation Over-Nite Sensation Quick View

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    Over-Nite Sensation

    Mastered from the Original Analog Master Tapes at Bernie Grundman Mastering by Chris Bellman


    Love it or hate it, Over-Nite Sensation was a watershed album for Frank Zappa, the point where his post-'60s aesthetic was truly established; it became his second gold album, and most of these songs became staples of his live shows for years to come. Whereas the Flo and Eddie years were dominated by rambling, off-color comedy routines, Over-Nite Sensation tightened up the song structures and tucked sexual and social humor into melodic, technically accomplished heavy guitar rock with jazzy chord changes and funky rhythms; meanwhile, Zappa's growling new post-accident voice takes over the storytelling. While the music is some of Zappa's most accessible, the apparent callousness and/or stunning sexual explicitness of Camarillo Brillo, Dirty Love, and especially Dinah-Moe Humm leave him on shaky aesthetic ground.


    Zappa often protested that the charges of misogyny leveled at such material missed out on the implicit satire of male stupidity, and also confirmed intellectuals' self-conscious reticence about indulging in dumb fun; however, the glee in his voice as he spins his adolescent fantasies can undermine his point. Indeed, that enjoyment, also evident in the silly wordplay, suggests that Zappa is throwing his juvenile crassness in the face of critical expectation, asserting his right to follow his muse even if it leads him into blatant stupidity (ironic or otherwise). One can read this motif into the absurd shaggy-dog story of a dental floss rancher in Montana, the album's indisputable highlight, which features amazing, uncredited vocal backing from Tina Turner and the Ikettes. As with much of Zappa's best '70s and '80s material, Over-Nite Sensation could be perceived as ideologically problematic (if you haven't got the constitution for FZ's humor), but musically, it's terrific. -Steve Huey

    1. Camarillo Brillo
    2. I'm The Slime
    3. Dirty Love
    4. Fifty-Fifty
    5. Zomby Woof
    6. Dinah-Moe Humm
    7. Montana
    Frank Zappa
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  • The Secret Sisters The Secret Sisters Quick View

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    The Secret Sisters

    The Alabama-reared siblings, Laura and Lydia Rogers, whose new album is steeped in the familial camaraderie and mesmerizing harmonies braced by their Mussel Shoals roots, recorded their inaugural musical effort at Nashville's renowned Blackbird Studio. Produced by revered county knob-turner Dave Cobb (Waylon Jennings and Jamey Johnson), and executive-produced by T-Bone Burnett, The Secret Sisters' sound captured on their debut has been described by Burnett as as close to pure as it gets, and I've been doing this for forty years.



    Recorded in a marathon two-week recording session, the producers also brought in vintage analog recording equipment and vintage microphones, determined to properly capture the sisters' magical harmonizing and stunning vocal power. Their signature sound is evident on songs such as Why Don't Ya Love Me, Why Baby Why, and the lifting anthem Tennessee Me, among others.



    The Secret Sisters co-wrote several of the songs on the new album and reworked found treasures, including the Frank Sinatra classic Something Stupid. They also enlisted the support of legendary country musicians such as pedal steel great Robbie Turner and piano legend Pig Robbins, among others.

    1. Tennessee Me
    2. Why Baby Why
    3. The One I Love Is Gone
    4. My Heart Skips A Beat
    5. Somethin' Stupid
    6. I've Gotta Feeling
    7. Do You Love An Apple
    8. All About You
    9. Waste The Day
    10. Why Don't You Love Me
    11. House Of Gold
    Secret Sisters, The
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  • Put Your Needle Down Put Your Needle Down Quick View

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    Put Your Needle Down

    The Secret Sisters' incredible story is as simple and true as the effortless harmonies that got them here. Begin anywhere -- the thick and fertile brambles
    of their own family history or light upon the branches of the wondrous, fractal menagerie that makes up their self-titled debut album. The pair of Alabama
    sisters direct from Muscle Shoals (barely twenty-somethings themselves) caught the attention of T Bone Burnett, who signed on as Executive Producer of
    their debut album after spending time with Laura and Lydia and hearing them sing live, and is releasing the album on his new label created especially for
    this release -- Beladroit. As Burnett explains, I have been making music for over forty years and The Secret Sisters album is as close to pure as it gets.


    Their self-titled debut album consists of ballads, originals, and cover songs such as Why Don't Ya Love Me?, Why Baby Why, and the Frank Sinatra
    song Somethin' Stupid. The album also includes two originals written by Laura Rogers: Tennessee Me and Waste the Day. The album was recorded
    in two weeks at Blackbird studios. Their eleven-song debut was produced by Dave Cobb, who has worked with artists such as Waylon Jennings and
    Jamey Johnson, and also executive produced by T-Bone Burnett. The Secret Sisters brough in studio musicians such as steel guitar player Robbie
    Turner and pianist Pig Robbins. Also included on the album is a cover of the 60s rock song by then teenage singer Nancy Baron I've got a Feeling,
    written by Wally Zober and C. Laverne. The album was also recorded with classic analog equipment. The production team and the Sisters utilized vintage
    microphones and classic recording techniques, down to the same type of tape they would have used fifty years ago.

    1. Rattle My Bones
    2. Iuka
    3. Dirty Lie
    4. The Pocket Knife
    5. Let There Be Lonely
    6. Black And Blue
    7. Lonely Island
    8. I Cannot Find A Way
    9. If I Don't
    10. Good Luck, Good Night, Goodbye
    11. Bad Habit
    12. River Jordan
    The Secret Sisters
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  • Classic Ballroom Dances Classic Ballroom Dances Quick View

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    Classic Ballroom Dances

    Anar Badalov is New Dog, but "Classic Ballroom Dances" is no trick; this intimate and enthralling album is the next installment in the career of this promising young songwriter. Born in Baku, Azerbaijan in the 80s, Anar''s family immigrated to Baltimore, MD during the breakup of the Soviet Union. Anar grew up in Baltimore and was in two notable bands, Metal Hearts and Travels, between 2004 and 2014. Classic Ballroom Dances are "the poetic equivalent of quilt-making." Long before Anar read this poem or heard of the poet, this was the way he approached songwriting. "I'd like to think that at least a handful of songs on this album capture something like what Simic is talking about," he says. Simic is one of Anar''s biggest influences. Others include Lee Hazlewood, Frank O'Hara, Mark Linkous, John Berryman, Raymond Carver, Anton Chekhov, Townes Van Zandt and guitarist Mick Turner.
    1. Love
    2. Classic Ballroom Dances
    3. The Airport Lobby
    4. 23
    5. Hospital Nights
    6. Out of the Blue
    7. Dusklands
    8. Fires
    9. Big Night on the Town
    New Dog
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  • Real Americans Spear It (Out Of Stock) Real Americans Spear It (Out Of Stock) Quick View

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    Real Americans Spear It (Out Of Stock)

    Look Mexico has been making their favorite music since May 2004 in Tallahassee, FL. After finding their newest member Nick Chambers in recently transplanted town of Austin, TX, they joined forces with legendary producer J Robbins (Jets To Brazil, Jawbreaker, Against Me!, Braid, Murder By Death) to create Look Mexico's best effort yet, Real Americans Spear It (Adeline Records 9/2011). The band has toured just about non-stop, spending at least half of each of the past six years on the road, sharing stages with artists that include Rival Schools, The Honorary Title, Frank Turner, Good Old War, Fake Problems, and Bridge and Tunnel. Look Mexico will hit the road once again in support of their latest release including a trip across the pond in November 2011 for their first ever UK/Euro tour.
    1. You Hungry? Good. Cause You're Sayin' Grace.
    2 . Arrest? I Don't Feel Like I'm Under Arrest.
    3. That's Funny, Cause It Goes Both Ways
    4 . Where Were You, Vince?
    5. Runnin' Ain't Freedom (You Should Know That)
    Look Mexico
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    12 Vinyl LP - Sealed Temporarily out of stock
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