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HezaRecorded in phases between Jim Eno's Public Hifi in Austin, producer Daniel Black's Bent Black studio in D.C., and the band's hometown of New Orleans, Heza finds Generationals more satisfied in songs that breathe and grow over time. These songs show restraint, with the hooks developing in the spaces between sounds and an attention to rhythms and textures revealing a more patient band willing to dig for deeper gems than in their previous work. Tracks like You Got Me and Put a Light On use minimalist electronic frameworks to match the intensity of more straightforward guitarwork on Spinoza and I Never Know, all of them placing the focus more on layers and arrangements than to forcing the hook. On Heza, Generationals aren't so much shedding their old skin as growing more comfortable in the one they've always inhabited.1. Spinoza
2. Extra Free Year
3. Say When
4. You Got Me
5. Put a Light On
6. I Never Know
9. I Used to Let You Get to Me
10. Durga II$18.99Colored Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
CITH-4ME-1612xVan Der Graaf Generator
The Least We Can Do Is Wave To Each OtherThe Least We Can Do Is Wave To Each Other, released in 1970, is technically the 2nd Van Der Graaf Generator album, but is the first with the full band. Recorded in late 1969 at the cutting edge Trident Studios, the album was listed at #15 on Q & Mojo's Top 40 Cosmic Rock Albums. An absolute classic of British progressive space rock reissued on 180 gram vinyl with a deluxe gatefold jacket.1. Darkness
3. White Hammer
4. Whatever Would Robert Have Said?
5. Out Of My Book
6. After The Flood
7. The Boat Of Millions Of Years
8. Refugees$21.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
"Generationals have perfected its a-little-bit-of-everything pop."
- Under the Radar
Ted Joyner and Grant Widmer, friends since high school, sought
producer Richard Swift to shake things up on this album. Alix
materialized as perhaps Generationals' most confident record, full
of history and as multiphase as Ted and Grant's friendship.
Built up with layer upon layer of rhythmic lines, computer noises,
RZA beats, and poppy vocals that sometimes sound like a Janet
Jackson/Prince face-off, Alix is everything T&G like about music:
old and new, vinyl and youtube, vocal chord and microkorg,
gathered up and arranged with great care into a good-smelling,
subtly sexy, catchy-or-die mish-mosh of sensibilities and time-warp senselessness, lightly peppered with that signature Swiftian
element, but undeniably Generationals in taste. As Swift had
decreed: 'tis a good idea to tear down and rebuild, but it's not
always necessary to start from scratch.1. Black Lemon
2. Gold Silver Diamond
4. It Took a Minute
5. Reading Signs
7. Welcome to the Fire
8. Heart in Two
9. Now Look At Me
10. Would You Want Me$18.99Colored Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
GeneratorGenerator knocks about stirringly with a steadfast, mid-tempo punk roar, keeping the songs simple but continually on the upsurge. Brett and Greg Hetson's guitars piggyback to ever-rousing heights, utilizing the essential chords and keeping limits on flashy things like solos or effects, never letting the enthusiasm or sentiment wane. With all players striving to turn each listening experience into a placard-waving melee, Bad Religion emblazons honest, dissatisfied-with-the-status-quo lyrics with an uberpunk spirit, Greg Graffin's vocals growing more gravelly and endearing with each record.
With the implicit understanding that strength lies in brevity, Bad Religion hew mighty exhortations to action out of a well-trampled happy-punk base, and the sheer motivational impact of Generator, Only Entertainment, Atomic Garden and No Direction sweeps clear any charges of oversimplification or sameness. Generator is a brutal noise that is louder, faster & angrier than ever! A plethora of power punching punk pedagogy.01. Generator
02. Too Much To Ask
03. No Direction
05. Babies in the Dark
06. Heaven is Falling
07. Atomic Garden
08. The Answer
09. Fertile Crescent
11. Only Entertainment$19.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
GenerationJoyrides atop a walloping disco beat and furious percussive guitars, headed somewhere between the Rapture, Chic, and Talking Heads, but with a cartoonish giddiness that takes me back to the heyday of Junior Senior and Scissor Sisters. - Stereogum
Rising stars - DJ Mag
On their full-length 2014 debut Voyage, L.A duo De Lux learned how to
take their influences and create a sound all their own-a beyond-their-years
synthesis of post-punk, disco, funk and of course synthesizer wizardry,
drawing inspiration from the same combination of agitation and exhilaration
that helped LCD Soundsystem and Talking Heads deliver some of the most
danceable social commentary ever. And now that they've found their sound,
De Lux are creating a story to go with it on their new album Generation: "All
of these things that they put us through," sings co-founder and multi-instrumentalist
Sean Guerin, "I'm writing it down / I'm writing it down."
They first started writing Generation in the kind of uncommitted
instances that happen so rarely once a new band puts out its first album. Once
Voyage was released, De Lux found themselves playing and interviewing and
touring and remixing-"All fun!" says Sean-but they had to fight to find time
to write. A random Instagram of work-in-progress song "It's A Combination"
was the tipping point, when Sean and co-founder Isaac Franco realized they'd
been rough-drafting for a year: "Let's finish it now," they decided, and that's
the exact moment when Generation officially started.
They returned to the L.A. practice space where they wrote and recorded
Voyage, this time with new instruments-like the little-known but sought-after
synthesizer guitar beloved of King Crimson's Adrian Belew-and new inspirations,
chief among them punk peformance artist Karen Finley, whose 1987
debut album Sean discovered at a Seattle record store simply because it
looked promising. Her infamously uncensored lyrics made him realize there
was more he could sing about, too: "You admire the ambition behind her
saying whatever she wants," he says.
So if Generation is a darker album than Voyage-and it's inherited plenty
of the modern urban anxiety of David Byrne-that's because it's a fearlessly
honest and candid album, too. In fact, call it a millennial documentary. In
Generation's eleven songs, De Lux chart the distance between childhood and
adulthood, nostalgia and aspiration and dream and reality, all with unflinching
autobiographical detail. (And with a secret nod to the Pokemon theme, too.)
Says Sean: "When I write lyrics, I try and be as specific as possible. We think
about if someone listens to us in 30 years: 'Oh, that's what was going on at
The result is a sort of Less Than Zero for the post-Social Network era.
Think of it as a nighttime freeway drive that starts with the propulsive "L.A.
Threshold" and rides the borderline between feel-good rhythm and artfully
sophisticated sentiment. "There's dark moments, but it's still fun," explains
Sean. "The first album was just more innocent." There's new space in De Lux's
sense of rhythm and groove, says Isaac, for Sean to say what he needs to say:
"The song gives him the freedom to be himself."
And so Generation is an album about high highs, low lows and the vast
space in between. "Center of L.U.B" is a roller-skate jam that starts with a
Can-style guitar riff before spinning into an examination of one utility company
employee's ennui-you knew this wasn't going to be a love song,
right?-while "It's A Combination" is a brooding Italo disco track and
unexpected piano piece "Conditions" is like Harry Nilsson or John Lennon
suddenly transplanted to Rough Trade Records. Then there's the alternately
hilarious and harrowing "Oh Man The Future"-a satirical reading on the shape
of things to come, propelled by a bass-and-drum rhythm right off one of ESG's
first EPs-to the desolate-yet-funky "When Your Life Feels Like A Loss," where
De Lux dissect just what happens when "you think you're special/no, you're
not special/you're just an average guy."
In other words, Generation isn't a departure. This is De Lux going
deeper, not farther away, and the result is surely the most anthropologically
daring dancefloor album of the year. That might seem difficult to pull off, but
that's why they did it, explains Sean: "At some point we realized creativity is
just limitless," he says. "You can do anything. There might be certain people
who think, 'Oh, you can't do that.' That's when you say, 'Well-I'm doing it!'"1. LA Threshold
3. Living In An Open Place
4. Center of L.U.B.
5. Simba Simba Simba
6. No One Really Cares Who You Are
7. Oh Man The Future
9. When Your Life Feels Like A Loss
10. It's A Combination
11. Someday Now$20.99Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
Big GeneratorLimited Edition First Time In 180 Gram Vinyl With Gatefold Cover
Mastered By Joe Reagoso
After the success of 1983's 90125, Yes fans celebrated the return of their favorite super group with their 1987 global smash Big Generator. With the highly regarded dream team musicians consisting of Jon Anderson, Chris Squire, Trevor Rabin, Tony Kaye (& Alan White on drums), Big Generator truly stands as absolutely one of the most intriguing LP's in their 45 year history.
This top 15 album is now being presented as a first time 180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl & gatefold cover, mastered by Joe Reagoso & featuring hits like Rhythm Of Love and the number 1 Love Will Find A Way1. Rhythm of Love
2. Big Generator
3. Shoot High, Aim Low
4. Almost Like Love
5. Love Will Find a Way
6. Final Eyes
7. I'm Running
8. Holy Lamb (Song for Harmonic Convergence)$31.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP Buy Now
Generation Void3rd full length album by Iron Man.
Maryland-spawned doom titans Iron Man seemed to drop off the face of the earth after their first two albums, 1993's Black Night and 1994's The Passage, shook the heavy metal world by the scruff of its neck and forced it to bang any head that didn't already bang, as Metallica would have put it. With little rhyme or reason, all of five years would elapse until the group's return to activity via 1999's Generation Void LP, squandering any upward momentum Iron Man might have attained, but belatedly proving that they remained a force to be reckoned with when they actually showed up. So let's take it from the top: most fans and critics would agree that Iron Man's strengths always lay in energized doom templates, and the latest songs cut from that cloth on this album, such as On the Mountain, Boston Strangler, and As the Gods Have Spoken, definitely didn't disappoint this time around, either. At the same time, less orthodox new offerings like Forever Yours and Shadows of Darkness continued to broaden Iron Man's creative resources with leaner heavy metal styles (the N.W.O.B.H.M., for example) and rock-based qualities, revealing that the intervening years of inactivity didn't elapse without some sonic transformation. In fact, stately metal ballads like Winds of Change and the album's title track recalled classic mid-'70s efforts by Judas Priest like Beyond the Realms of Death (with the added benefit of Morris' transcendent soloing), and, alongside tougher numbers like Survivor and King of Kings, which could very well have passed for Stained Class outtakes, they qualified Generation Void as the first Iron Man album where the band's deep-seated Black Sabbath influences were dethroned by another band's. But, given the typically strong material that resulted, there was little cause for complaint, especially from Iron Man's long deprived fan base, which would amazingly have to put up with another Rip Van Winkle-like ten years before getting their gauntlets on the band's fourth studio album, 2010's I Have Returned.
- Eduardo Rivadavia (All Music Guide)1. On the Mountain
2. Boston Strangler
4. King of Kings
5. Winds of Change
6. Generation Void
7. As the Gods Have Spoken
8. Ironica Blue
9. Forever Yours
10. Shadows of Darkness
11. Juggernaut$23.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Generation DoomFormed from the poetic marrow of creative intercourse. Otep is an art project/band/movement/revolution; Breaking ground, breaking rules, breaking barriers. Articulate. Aggressive. Pure Adrenaline. ARTCore of Heavy Mental Rock." This is how mastermind / vocalist Otep Shamaya and her allies choose to describe themselves in rather peculiar fashion - more than fitting for a peculiar band! Transcending from darkness into the light, Otep want to pose a spiritual force, inspiration and motivation, and yet they don`t forget the essence of it all in the midst of their battle against injustice: rock. The Californians unleash a fascinatingly meandering beast in shape of "Generation Doom" boasting thunderous nu-metal grooves that shapeshift into dark industrial fury that flow into hard rock melodies at any moment. Where Otep`s endless odyssey will lead them? Nothing seems impossible1. Zero
2. Feeding Frenzy
3. Lords Of War
4. Royals (Lorde Cover)
5. In Cold Blood
7. God Is A Gun
8. Equal Rights, Equal Lefts
9. No Color
11. Generation Doom
12. On The Shore$19.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
This GenerationInspired by reggae, sound system culture and the myriad of musical styles influenced by Jamaican music old and new, The Lions' sound is
firmly placed in soul music.
"All the guys in The Lions grew up on classic Jamaican records so since we began we have wanted to give our records that same edge and roughness that we grew up hearing on LPs by The Upsetters, Soul
Syndicate, The Rockers Band and Roots Radics. The rhythm section was all recorded to tape, the Hammond buzzed a little, fuses blew and good mistakes were left in. We basically made the dusty reggae soul
LP WE have been wanting to hear for years." - Dan Ubick (producer)
The band draws together a dozen or so of LA's elite reggae and soul forerunners who loosely coalesced as The Lions in 2007.Record 1
Side A. Bird on a Wire feat. Malik Moore
Side B. This Generation feat. Malik Moore & Black Shakespeare
Side A. Picture On The Wall feat. Leroy Sibbles
Side B. Picture On The Wall (Version) feat. Leroy Sibbles
Side A. Revelations feat. Black Shakespeare
Side B. Pieces of a Man feat. Alex DÉsert
Side A. New Girl feat. James King
Side B. New Girl (Version) feat. James King
Side A. More Higher Ways feat. Black Shakespeare & Malik Moore
Side B. Jamie's Cryin' feat. Alex DÉsert
Side A. Be Easy feat. Alex DÉsert
Side B. Padre Ichiro feat. Malik Moore
Side A. Roll It 'Round feat. Black Shakespeare
Side B. Let's Go Out Tonight feat. Black Shakespeare$39.997 Vinyl Single Box Set - 8 Singles Sealed Buy Now
My Generation (Awaiting Repress)
180-gram Vinyl, Remastered In 24/96 Format
Includes The Original Artwork
This 1965 debut heralded a rock revolution with incendiary anthems like My Generation; The Kids Are Alright , and Out in the Street . An utterly explosive all-time classic!1. Out in the Street
2. I Don't Mind
3. The Good's Gone
5. Much too Much
6. My Generation
7. The Kids are Alright
8. Please Please Please
9. It's Not True
10. I'm a Man
11. A Legal Matter
12. The Ox$24.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed AWAITING REPRESS Buy Now
Music For The Jilted GenerationThe Prodigy's response to the sweeping legislation and crackdown on raves contained in 1994's Criminal Justice Bill is an effective statement of intent.
Pure sonic terrorism, Music for the Jilted Generation employs the same rave energy that charged their debut but yokes it to a cause other than massive drug intake. Compared to their previous work, the sound is grubbier and less reliant on samples; the effect moved The Prodigy away from US influenced rave and acid house of the past and toward a uniquely UK vision of breakbeat techno that was increasingly allied to the invention of drum 'n bass.1. Intro
2. Break and Enter
3. Their Law
4. Full Throttle
5. Voodoo People
6. Speedway (Theme from Fastlane)
7. The Heat (The Energy)
9. No Good (Start the Dance)
10. One Love (Edit)
11. 3 Kilos
13. Claustrophobic Sting$22.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Hymn For The Greatest GenerationCaspian return with "Hymn For The Greatest Generation" EP to coincide with the
national headline tour along with the UK's 65daysofstatic. The EP features over
30 minutes of music 3 new tracks, remixes and more.1. Hymn For The Greatest Generation
2. The Heart That Fed
4. High Lonesome (Demo)
5. Procellous (Arms & Sleepers Remix)
6. Halls of Summer (Lazerbeak Remix)$9.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
My Generation (50th Anniversary / Super Deluxe)
Limited Edition 50th Anniversary 3LP-Set
Includes The Original Mono Album
Features Mono Bonus Tracks & 11 Of Pete Townshend's Demos From Before The Album's Original Release
In the half century since its release The Who's debut album MY GENERATION has lost none of it's raw visceral power and still stands as the ultimate musical declaration of teenage rebellion. The title track alone has been covered innumerable times by the likes of Oasis, Green Day, Patti Smith, Billy Joel, Alice Cooper and Iron Maiden amongst many more.
Back in 1965 the band were considered to be so dangerous that the tailors tasked with turning a Union Jack into a pop art mod jacket for the cover feared that they would be jailed for desecration of the nation's flag.
The Who's surly demeanor that day in 1965 at London's Surrey Docks and the brazen appropriation of the symbol of state is the best advert possible for MY GENERATION It's an album that sounds like it looks: terse, confrontational and full of youthful angst and energy.
Brunswick Records first issued MY GENERATION in the UK in December 1965, and later in the US, under the title THE WHO SINGS MY GENERATION, in April 1966. It was produced by Shel Talmy who shot to fame with his work with The Kinks, a group that the teenage Pete Townshend admired greatly.
During a break in touring in 2015 Pete Townshend discovered tapes in his audio archive featuring previously unheard demos for the album which also included three totally unreleased songs that the other members of The Who hadn't ever even heard, 'The Girls I Could Have Had', 'As Children We Grew'and 'My Own Love'.LP 1: Original LP - Mono mixes
1. Out In The Street
2. I Don't Mind
3. The Good's Gone
4. La-La-La Lies
5. Much Too Much
6. My Generation
7. The Kids Are Alright
8. Please, Please, Please
9. It's Not True
10. I'm A Man
11. A Legal Matter
12. The Ox
LP 2: Mono Bonus Tracks
1. I Can't Explain
2. Bald Headed Woman
3. Daddy Rolling Stone
4. Leaving Here
5. Lubie, Come Back Home
6. Shout And Shimmy
7. (Love Is Like A) Heatwave
9. Anytime You Want Me
10. Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere
11. Instant Party Mixture
LP 3: Primal Scoop - The Demos
1. My Generation (V 3)
2. My Generation (V 2 - fragment)
3. The Girls I Could've Had
4. It's Not True
5. As Children We Grew
6. Legal Matter
7. Sunrise (V 1)
8. Much Too Much
9. My Own Love
10. La-La-La- Lies
11. The Good's Gone$59.99Vinyl LP - 3 LPs Sealed Buy Now
Broken PeopleAmerican music is a mile-wide river that beckons black and white, urban and rural, dreamer and doer alike to launch their vessels. All the streams of style and genre flow into it; its tributaries are blues and jazz, mountain and folk, rock, soul and R&B.
The release of the debut album by Muddy Magnolias, Broken People, marks the launch of a great new vessel onto that waterway. The album showcases a confluence of style and sound as colorful as it is unlikely, steeped in that river of influence, yet bracingly fresh.
With Broken People, Jessy Wilson and Kallie North take us on an 11-song journey with its origins in two widely divergent backgrounds that came together in a friendship and creative partnership with world-changing resonance.
North was raised in southeast Texas and began singing with her family and studying piano at an early age. She grew to love rich vocal harmonies singing in church choirs and listening to artists like the Carpenters, Alison Krauss, James Taylor and the Eagles. By her early teens, she was singing lead parts in church and in musical theater productions at her high school. Her palette grew when a friend turned her on to the Grateful Dead, and after high school she spent every spare moment in the clubs of Austin, absorbing everything from alt-country and jam bands to New Orleans funk. She met her husband at a concert and moved with him to his native Mississippi. There, on their isolated farm, she had her awakening, starting a career as a photographer, capturing the spirited, deep history of the Mississippi Delta.
"To me, the Delta is the most overlooked and mysterious place," she says. "It was the birthplace of America's music, and all the legends were influenced by everything that came out of it. I went on this personal exploration to learn about the Delta blues and the region's history. I picked up a camera and started taking pictures, blogging about what I was experiencing, and I tapped into all the creative energy lying dormant inside me." When her husband gave her a guitar, she began spending her days on the porch of their farm learning how to connect her first chords. From there, the songs began pouring out and she knew she had to find a way to get to Nashville and write songs professionally.
Wilson, raised in Brooklyn, was in love with music from her earliest days. She was singing before she could talk, and was 5 when her mother recognized her passion for music. "I would cry because I couldn't hit the high notes in Whitney Houston and Mariah Carey songs," she says. Influenced by greats from Aretha and Smokey Robinson to Lauryn Hill, Mary J. Blige and The Notorious B.I.G., she began auditioning in the highly competitive New York entertainment scene and was working professionally in musical theater by the age of 10. Her mother took her to nightclubs where she experienced a variety of live performances. She attended New York's top performing arts schools, including La Guardia High School, the "Fame" school, where she discovered her love for gospel music and took part in the gospel chorus for four years. She worked at Cafe Wha? in Greenwich Village, making $500 a weekend while still in high school.
She sang backup for Alicia Keys in her teens, then worked four years with John Legend, and through him with legends like will.i.am, Kanye West, Raphael Saadiq and Babyface. Legend mentored her in songwriting and recording before she began writing songs on her own for American Idol winner Fantasia Barrino and others. Inspired by her evolving love of songwriting, she too moved to Nashville, looking for a wider creative palette. There, while meeting with then-BMI executive Clay Bradley, her eye settled on a photograph of "a rundown juke joint piano" in his office.
"I want to meet whoever took that photo," she said. The photographer was North-it had been taken during her creative awakening in Mississippi-and the subsequent meeting led quickly to collaboration and an epic friendship.
"The first day we wrote together," says North, "there wasn't much thought that we were blending genres and worlds. That never came up. It was just natural. She had never written a country song and I was writing them every day. We sat down to write one but when we listened back it was a country R&B song. And we decided to become songwriting partners." Before long, they had their first cut as collaborators, and they were off and running.
"The spirit of the Muddy Magnolias existed from the moment we met," says Wilson, "but we didn't know we were the Muddy Magnolias yet." North was toying with the idea of a solo career; Wilson had aspirations of making history as an African-American female songwriter in Nashville. Their new friendship was a game-changer.
"We spent a whole year writing, trying to understand what our message was when we combined our stories," says Wilson. Then one day over afternoon wine at Burger Up, their favorite hangout in the 12 South section of Nashville, both admitted to be being at a crossroads. "The next thing you know," says North, "Jessy said, 'What if we made a record together?' It was like all of our dreams in one."
"We went back to that same office on Music Row where I saw the photograph," says Wilson, "and sat down side by side in Clay's office and said, 'We've got something to tell you. We're going to make an album together.'" Bradley believed enough to sign on as their manager. They held three days of band auditions and found four best friends who had been playing together since college, primarily doing jazz. The fit was perfect, providing just the right sonic backdrop for their soulful approach and high-energy delivery.
As they continued to write and perform, opening for the likes of The Zac Brown Band and Gary Clark, Jr., they put together a project that crosses genres effortlessly, showcasing two voices that soar together in a blending of cultures as electrifying as if Janis Joplin and Tina Turner, or Whitney Houston and Lee Ann Womack had joined forces.
Broken People combines poetic imagery and vocal passion, with the musicianship and production of Motown or Muscle Shoals by way of the raw honesty of Sun Records. Of course it deals with love, longed for and unleashed, in songs like "I Need A Man," "Why Don't You Stay" and "Devil's Teeth," but the album soars as it reaches for bigger themes, dealing with the need for hope in "Take Me Home," for love on a societal scale in "Shine On" and "Brother What Happened," and hope for the future in "Got It Goin' On." With "Leave It To The Sky," the two, joined by John Legend on vocals and piano, make a powerful case for spiritual solutions, and few songs in the modern lexicon are as steeped in present-day reality as the gospel- and R&B-tinged title track.
"Ultimately," says North, "this album is a result of an unlikely friendship and is a testament to what can happen when you diversify your relationships."
"It's about getting out of your comfort zone and being rewarded with a great friendship," adds Wilson. "We've both felt the power of that."
"Our path is so much better and our lives are so much richer because of it," says North, "and we want to bring people along on this journey."
"We want to see what society would be like if we all reached out in ways we normally wouldn't," adds Wilson.
And that is the magic and the message. The music of Muddy Magnolias, live and on record, comes from a place where the Mississippi meets the A-Train by way of Nashville. Whether yours is the back porch or the front stoop, Spanish moss or window box garden, dusty country lane or crowded subway car, rural honky-tonk or uptown club, this is music that beckons. Muddy Magnolias are collaboration without boundaries, musical healing in a landscape of the heart, and all of us who treasure creative energy, honest art and the possibilities of love and unity, are better for their arrival.1. Broken People
2. Brother, What Happened?
3. Got It Goin' On
4. Why Don't You Stay
5. Take Me Home
6. Shine On!
7. It Ain't Easy
8. I Need A Man
9. Devil's Teeth
11. Leave It To The Sky (feat. John Legend)$18.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
The Turning Point (Discontinued)Need To Belong
I Cried A Tear
Put Your Weight On It
The Turning Point
Lucky Old Sun
Knock Me a Kiss
Great Pretender$13.99Vinyl LP Reissue - Sealed Buy Now
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Crosley now offers state-of-the art diamond stylus replacement needles specifically designed for 1st generation Crosley Stack-O-Matic'®' record changers. Features high-grade ABS plastic composition, built-in needle protector, and easy installation. (For use with 1st generation Crosley Stack-O-Matic'®' record changers only.)$14.99NS1 Stack-O-Matic Replacement Needle Buy Now
Oracular Spectacular (Awaiting Repress)Newly remastered from the original analog tapes, this edition of MGMT's million-selling major label debut album from 2007 includes the generational anthems Kids, Time To Pretend and Electric Feel.1. Time to Pretend
2. Weekend Wars
4. Electric Feel
6. 4th Dimensional Transition
7. Pieces of What
8. Of Moons, Birds & Monsters
10. Future Reflections$24.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed AWAITING REPRESS Buy Now
This aptly titled collection digs back into the archaeology of Cliff Richard's career to celebrate the seething rock & roll with which he announced his arrival and which kick-started the rocking dreams of an entire generation of British kids.Side A:
1. Move It
2. High Class Baby
3. My Feet Hit The Ground
4. Livin Lovin Doll
5. Mean Streak
6. Never Mind
7. Living Doll
9. Twenty Flight Rock
10. The Snake and The Bookworm
11. Mean Woman Blues
12. Blue Suede Shoes
Side B (live):
1. Apron Strings
2. My Babe
3. Down the Line
4. I Got A Feeling
5. Baby I Dont Care
6. Move It
7. Ready Teddy
8. Too Much
9. Dont Bug Me Baby
10. Thatll Be The Day
12. Whole Lotta Shakin Goin On$22.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Versus GodVersus God is Dillinger Four's second studio full length originally released in 2000. With it's dedicated fan base growing to a new generation this
acclaimed album has finally been repressed on vinyl.1. Who Didn't Kill Bambi?
2. Get Your Study Hall Outta My Recess.
3. Maximum Piss & Vinegar
4. Last Communion
5. Suckers, Intl. Has Gone Public
7. Music Is None of My Business
8. Define 'Learning Disorder'
9. Let Them Eat Thomas Paine
10. Shiny Things Is Good.
11. J. Harris
12. Q: How Many Punks Does It Take to Change a Lightbulb?
13. Wreck the Place Fantastic$18.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
You're The Reason I'm LivingThe title track of You're the Reason I'm Living was a number three hit single, generating an album that, like that hit,
mined the soul-tinged country-pop. Now reissued on vinyl in celebration of Capitol Records' 75th anniversary.1. Sally Was A Good Old Girl
2. Be Honest With Me
3. Oh, Lonesome Me
4. (I Heard That) Lonesome Whistle
5. It Keeps Right on A-Hurtin'
6. You're The Reason I'm Living
7. Please Help Me I'm Falling (In Love With You)
8. Under Your Spell Again
9. Here I Am
10. Who Can I Count On?
11. Now You're Gone
12. Release Me$24.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
WARB-CUR-0413xHank Williams III
Take As Needed For Pain
Gold Colored Vinyl
Shelton Hank Williams, better known as Hank III, is an outlaw, a battler of convention. He comes by it naturally: The third generation of Hanks, and the third generation to tilt nobly at country traditions and white-collar establishment sensibilities. After all, this 39-year-old semi-reformed punk-metal drummer is the son of Hank Jr., a blue-collar hero who has difficulty ducking controversy even on something as Richard Nixon and apple pie American as "Monday Night Football."1. Get Outta My Life (w/Rebel Meets Rebel & David Allan Coe)
2. Ruby, Get Back To The Hills
3. Torn Between Suicide & Breakfast
4. No Values
5. Gotta Buy Paw A Truck
6. Take As Needed For Pain
7. White Trash
8. King Cartel$21.99Colored Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
WARB-CUR-6613xHank Williams III
Greatest HitsShelton Hank Williams, better known as Hank III, is an outlaw, a battler of convention. He comes by it naturally: The third generation of Hanks, and the third generation to tilt nobly at country traditions and white-collar establishment sensibilities. After all, this 39-year-old semi-reformed punk-metal drummer is the son of Hank Jr., a blue-collar hero who has difficulty ducking controversy even on something as Richard Nixon and apple pie American as Monday Night Football.1. Straight To Hell/Satan Is Real- Medley
2. Country Heroes
3. Crazed Country Rebel
4. Mississippi Mud
5. Pills I Took
6. Cocaine Blues
7. 3 Shades Of Black
8. Low Down
9. D Ray White
10. My Drinkin' Problem
11. Six Pack Of Beer
12. Thrown Out Of The Bar
13. I Don't Know - By Hank Williams Jr.
14. Cecil Brown
15. Smoke & Wine$21.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Whistle Down the WindJoan Baez remains one of the most celebrated and influential artists of her generation. Her impact on successive
generations of singer/songwriters and female artists in particular is wide-reaching and crosses all genres and
Fellow artists from Emmylou Harris and Bonnie Raitt to Jackson Browne, Mary Chapin Carpenter and
Indigo Girls cite her as a primary influence on their own careers. A new studio album from Baez is an event that will
be celebrated by the media.$29.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Meet Me At The End Of The WorldVinyl pressing of this EP from the New York-based singer/songwriter. Malin is best known as the frontman for alt-rock outfit D-Generation. Malin began his music career at the age of 12, as the frontman for the seminal New York City hardcore band Heart Attack. The band auditioned at CBGBs but were denied because they wouldn't bring in a drinking crowd to the bar. Following the demise of that band in 1984, Jesse worked on several other projects, including the band Hope, before joining glam punk band D Generation for which he was the lead singer for eight years. As one of New York City's most noted bands of the 1990s, D Generation released three albums, including No Lunch, before eventually disbanding in April 1999. Malin has since carved out a critically successful solo career.1. Meet Me at the End of the World
2. Fox News Funk
3. Revelations / Thirteen
4. London Rain$10.9912 Vinyl EP - Sealed Buy Now