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  • Juice (Awaiting Repress) Juice (Awaiting Repress) Quick View

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    Juice (Awaiting Repress)

    When Medeski Scofield Martin & Wood joined forces again to record a new album, they sought common ground and inspiration in the intersection of improvisation and rhythms from the Afro-Latin diaspora. Their kinship both onstage and off has fostered an escalating degree of musical interplay, exquisitely captured on Juice - their third studio effort and fourth album overall. Vinyl edition is on heavy 180g and features 2 bonus tracks.
    LP 1
    1. Sham Time
    2. North London
    3. Louis the Shoplifter
    4. Juicy Lucy
    5. I Know You
    6. Helium


    LP 2
    1. Light My Fire
    2. Sunshine of Your Love
    3. Stovetop
    4. Brigas Nunca Mais
    5. Timmy Bobbins
    6. The Times They Are a-Changin'

    Medeski, Scofield, Martin & Wood
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  • Juice Soundtrack Juice Soundtrack Quick View

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    Juice Soundtrack

    Juice is the soundtrack to the 1992 film starring Tupac Shakur and Omar Epps. It was released on December 31,
    1991 through MCA Records and consisted mainly of hip hop. The soundtrack was a success and featured four
    charting singles Uptown Anthem, Juice (Know the Ledge), Don't Be Afraid and Is It Good to You. Continuing with it's Respect The Classics campaign, UMe will be reissuing this classic soundtrack back on vinyl for the first time in over 15 years.
    1. Uptown Anthem (Naughty by Nature)
    2. Juice (Know the Ledge) (Eric B. & Rakim)
    3. Is It Good to You (Teddy Riley & Tammy Lucas)
    4. Sex, Money & Murder (MC Pooh)
    5. Nuff Respect (Big Daddy Kane)
    6. So You Want to Be a Gangster (Too Short)
    7. It's Going Down (EPMD)
    8. Don't Be Afraid (Aaron Hall)
    9. He's Gamin' on Ya' (Salt-n-Pepa)
    10. Shoot 'Em Up (Cypress Hill)
    11. Flipside (Juvenile Committee)
    12. What Could Be Better Bitch (Son of Bazerk)
    13. Does Your Man Know About Me (Rahiem)
    14. People Get Ready (Brand New Heavies & N'Dea Davenport)
    Various Artists
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  • Spirit Of The Golden Juice Spirit Of The Golden Juice Quick View

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    Spirit Of The Golden Juice

    The world that inspired Spirit of The Golden Juice nearly 50 years ago has moved on. F.J. McMahon moved on with it.

    Originally pressed in a small quantity and scattered along the California coastline in 1969, F.J. McMahon's first and only album, Spirit Of The Golden Juice, is a spell-binding blend of singer-songwriter emotion and spiraling guitar accompaniment with a raw, adventurous character all its own.

    Well-chronicled and loved since its rediscovery, Spirit Of The Golden Juice is an album concerned with memory and mystery and the preservation of the two. It's also about the weight of personal experience and how we tow it around with us.

    F.J.'s simple, personal approach to songwriting allows us the space to fill in our own colors and our own faces. Its themes are there in plain sight, but the questions it asks are sometimes left for us to answer for ourselves.

    1. Sister, Brother
    2. The Road Back Home

    3. Early Blue

    4. Black Night Woman

    5. One Alone Together

    6. Five Year Kansas Blues

    7. Enough It Is Done

    8. The Learned Man

    9. Spirit Of The Golden Juice
    F.J. McMahon
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  • Gogo Juice (Awaiting Repress) Gogo Juice (Awaiting Repress) Quick View

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    Gogo Juice (Awaiting Repress)

    "Nothing short of amazing" - Relix Magazine


    "He's the world's best-kept secret" - Bonnie Raitt


    "[Jon Cleary's] genre-bending style is steeped in early traditional New Orleans R&B, soul and funk. " - LA Times


    GoGo Juice is the new album from one of New Orleans' premier musical ambassadors, Jon Cleary. Made in collaboration with multi-Grammy winning producer John Porter (B.B. King, Keb Mo, Ryan Adams, Los Lonely Boys) each of the carefully crafted songs is a delicate balance of the smooth and the rough; instantly memorable hooks over a set of sophisticated and soulful arrangements. The tracks were recorded over several days deep in the bayou country of Louisiana and subsequently honed in his studio in the old Bywater neighborhood of New Orleans. A blend of musical intelligence with direct, accessible pop simplicity that draws from tradition and yet is distinctively separate from it, these songs represent the many aspects of Cleary's musical personality as a multi-instrumentalist, singer, and songwriter.

    1. Pump It Up
    2. Boneyard
    3. Brother I'm Hungry
    4. Get'cha GoGo Juice
    5. Beg Steal or Borrow
    6. Step Into My Life
    7. Bringing Back the Home
    8. 9-5
    9. Love On One Condition
    Jon Cleary
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    Life With The Buffalo (Discontinued)

    This debut full length album is the eagerly anticipated follow-up to Curtis Evans' December 2008 EP, More Songs About Loneliness. Lovingly categorized as Garage-icana, the sounds of Life with the Buffalo range from roaring rock n roll highs to desolate lows. Themes of the album intertwine with the themes conjured by the history of the American buffalo. A sense of estrangement from a once large and wild roaming herd and the sometimes lonely, sometimes empowering freedom that results. Motifs of the proud strength of the American west, dirty and natural, vast and brazen, emboldening and suffocating, are featured. Life with the Buffalo is a bold and promising sophomore release.
    1. Life with the Buffalo
    2. Baltimore
    3. Windows
    4. Nancy Oh Nancy
    5. You and Me
    6. By Way of the Lord
    7. Mark of the Beast
    8. Sister
    9. Lion in Winter
    10. Wont Serve in Heaven
    11. The Good Life
    12. There is a Devil
    Curtis Evans
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  • Don't Sweat The Technique Don't Sweat The Technique Quick View

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    Don't Sweat The Technique

    Don't Sweat the Technique is the fourth & final studio album by American hip hop duo Eric B. & Rakim, originally released on June 23, 1992, by MCA Records. It was recorded and produced by Eric B. & Rakim at The Hit Factory in New York City. The album builds on the sounds of 1990's Let the Rhythm Hit 'Em, with Rakim sounding more aggressive on Eric B.'s jazzy, soulful production.


    The album debuted at #22 on the Billboard 200 chart in the week of July 11, 1992. It also charted at number nine on Top R&B Albums. The title track was a minor radio hit. Casualties of War was also released as a single and contains some of Rakim's most political lyrics. The single What's on Your Mind originally appeared on the soundtrack to the 1991 film House Party 2, while Know the Ledge first appeared in the film Juice under the title Juice (Know the Ledge).

    1. What's On Your Mind
    2. Teach The Children
    3. Pass The Hand Grenade
    4. Casualties Of War
    5. Rest Assured
    6. The Punisher
    7. Relax With Pep
    8. Keep The Beat
    9. What's Going On
    10. Know The Ledge
    11. Don't Sweat The Technique
    12. Kick Along
    Eric B. & Rakim
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  • Secret Samadhi Secret Samadhi Quick View

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    Secret Samadhi

    Import


    Includes Poster With Song Lyrics And Credits


    Special Drip-off Colour Sleeve


    20th Year Anniversary Edition


    Featuring The Hit Songs Lakini's Juice, Rattlesnake, Turn My Head And Freaks


    Live spikes their third album Secret Samadhi with Eastern-tinged strings, sitars, and powerful guitars. It took its name from Samadhi, a state of Hindu meditation. The album is co-produced by the band and Jay Healy and debuted in 1997 at number one on the charts.


    Secret Samadhi contains four modern rock hit singles including Lakini's Juice, Rattlesnake, Turn My Head and Freaks. The first hit Lakini's Juice opens with some abrasive staccato guitar and features an orchestra towards the end.


    During the Worldwide Reunion Tour 2017 by Live, two of their in-demand albums will finally be made available on vinyl again. The 1997 double album Secret Samadhi and the 1999 album The Distance To Here [MOVLP1886] will follow-up the Throwing Copper [MOVLP414] release pressed in 2012 by Music On Vinyl.


    Since the reunion is a special moment for the band and fans, Music On Vinyl believes there is no better way than celebrating the tour by repressing the two albums and making these epic releases for fans and listeners finally available on vinyl again.

    LP 1
    1. Rattlesnake
    2. Lakini's Juice
    3. Graze
    4. Century
    5. Ghost
    6. Unsheathed


    LP 2
    1. Insomnia And The Hole In The Universe
    2. Turn My Head
    3. Heropsychodreamer
    4. Freaks
    5. Merica
    6. Gas Hed Goes West

    Live
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  • Home Economics Home Economics Quick View

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    Home Economics


    Limited Edition Of 1000 Copies On Wine Colored Vinyl


    Mastered By Bob Weston At Chicago Mastering Service


    Prinzhorn Dance School are still recognizably the same spiky Brighton-based duo whose ultra-rigorous debut cut through the excess of 2008 like a scimitar through bacon fat. But with their trademark stripped-down intensity now winningly off-set by moments of unabashed tenderness, their third album Home Economics continues and even accelerates the move away from austerity and into human warmth begun by its acclaimed 2011 predecessor Clay Class. All the best six-track albums - The Fall's Slates, Orange Juice's Texas Fever - know exactly what they want to say and how they intend to say it. Home Economics shares that infectious sense of urgency. There's not an inch of spare meat on it - from Reign's snatched moment of optimism, through Battlefield's restorative meeting of minds with an urban fox on a drunken walk home in the early hours, to Let Me Go's concluding tribute to "a love that won't rewind and will not be deleted". Spindly yet sensuous, together and alone, exquisitely sad but somehow full of hope, Prinzhorn Dance School knit together disparate and even opposite fragments into an utterly satisfying whole.

    1. Reign
    2. Battlefield
    3. Clean
    4. Haggle
    5. Education
    6. Let Me Go
    Prinzhorn Dance School
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  • World Wide Live World Wide Live Quick View

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    World Wide Live

    180 Gram Double LP


    Since the Scorpions' career was at its peak, World Wide Live could not have been recorded at a better time. This album contains all of their early-'80s hits, and while they aren't as energetic on-stage as they are in the studio, the band still perform with a great amount of flamboyance. The record is the Scorpions' only worthwhile live album and is a must for their fans.


    Recorded in California, France, and West Germany during 1984's Love at First Sting Tour, World Wide Live captures Scorpions at the indisputable peak of their career. Propelled by the crossover success of "Rock You Like a Hurricane," Scorpions were playing the biggest shows of their life but hadn't yet lost their early hunger. The most crucial aspect of this kind of live album is the sound. After all, it's extremely hard to retain a metal band's cohesive attack when recording in cavernous sports arenas. Fortunately, Scorpions worked with their longtime engineer Dieter Dierks, who was able to maintain a sound quality that was full-bodied and very realistic.


    These recordings are rare among concert albums in that they somehow translate both the largeness of the venues and the tightly wound attack of the music. Highlights include "Blackout," "Bad Boys Running Wild," and "Holiday." "Rock You Like a Hurricane" sounds like it was written specifically for this type of venue, and by the time you reach that performance, you start to understand the additional juice these songs are given in the live setting.

    1. Countdown [Instrumental]
    2. Coming Home
    3. Blackout
    4. Bad Boys Running Wild
    5. Loving You Sunday Morning
    6. Make It Real
    7. Big City Nights
    8. Coast to Coast
    9. Holiday
    10. Still Loving You
    11. Rock You Like a Hurricane
    12. Can't Live Without You
    13. The Zoo
    14. No One Like You
    15. Dynamite
    Scorpions
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  • Try! Live In Concert Try! Live In Concert Quick View

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    Try! Live In Concert

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    Back in 2005, longtime listeners could have seen it coming: it was only a matter of time before John Mayer dropped the pop star burden and proved he could really bring it on the six-string! Chalk it up to one too many Dave Matthews comparisons, or his image after the success of Your Body Is a Wonderland, but something convinced Mayer it was time to take it to the next level.


    With help from studio pros Steve Jordan and Pino Palladino, he succeeds on Try!

    His covers of Jimi Hendrix's Wait Until Tomorrow and Ray Charles' I Got a Woman should convince even the most purist Guitar Player magazine subscibers. Or else, the blues-rock opener Who Do You Think I Was will do for sure.

    Mixed in with the Stevie Ray Vaughan and Eric Clapton-esque stuff are a few mellow numbers (Daughters most notably), but even those songs seem juiced up with rock-God hormones.


    Play on, John!

    LP 1
    1. Who Did You Think I Was
    2. Good Love Is On The Way
    3. Wait Until Tomorrow
    4. Gravity
    5. Vultures
    6. Out Of My Mind


    LP 2

    1. Another Kind of Green
    2. I Got A Woman
    3. Somethings Missing
    4. Daughters
    5. Try

    John Mayer
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  • Waiting For A Sign Waiting For A Sign Quick View

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    Waiting For A Sign

    Waiting for a Sign marks the return of Githead after a five-year break from recording and pushes fur-ther than their previous records, underscoring the band's commitment to pursuing new directions. Fans will recognize many of the classic Githead tropes here: the hypnotic, motorik repetition, the weighty bass lines, and the dreamy melodicism that have come to define the band's aesthetic. But Waiting for a Sign isn't about sticking with a proven formula: Githead are forward-looking musicians, committed to reinvention rather than recycling. As previous releases such as Art Pop (2007) and Landing (2009) show, Githead's fortÉ has increasingly been to bring the synergy and inventiveness of their live performances to bear on the studio process. For this album, however, they upped the ante, arriving at the studio without any written material and trusting that their response to each other's ex-temporization, as well as to the mood and the surroundings, would get the creative juices flowing. "Slow Creatures" is a good example, kicking off in an almost heretically bluesy mode, although this flavour eventually dissolves into a larger hypnotic groove as the track builds. There's a similar effect on "Air Dancing," its introduction combining Kala bass and acoustic guitar. Most memorable is "For the Place We're In," whose melodic structure makes it Githead's first bona fide folk song. Approaching the project as something of a blank slate, their minds free of predefined ideas and open to creativity makes this their most accomplished release thus far.
    1. Not Coming Down
    2. Bringing The Sea To The City
    3. To Somewhere
    4. For The Place We're In
    5. Air Dancing
    6. Slow Creatures
    7. Today
    8. What If
    9. Waiting For A Sign
    Githead
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  • The Royal We The Royal We Quick View

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    The Royal We

    The Royal We were a Scottish/American fever dream who broke up before this record was released. A mini-LP of eight near perfect imperfections that hit all those great obscurest touchstones in the tweest of pop music...Orange Juice, The Raincoats, The Pastels, Chris Isaak.
    1. Back And Forth Forever
    2. All The Rage
    3. That Ain't My Sweet Love
    4. Three Is A Crowd
    5. I Hate Rock N Roll
    6. Willy
    7. French Legality
    8. Wicked Game
    The Royal We
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  • Moods Baby Moods Moods Baby Moods Quick View

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    Moods Baby Moods


    180-Gram Orange Vinyl


    On previous records, the Sunsets have plundered a
    wide spectrum of musical appropriation (garage-rock,
    forgotten AM radio fodder, Modern Lovers, late-era
    Clash, Doo-Wop, and the Velvet Underground, to
    name a few.)


    Mood Baby Moods follows suit, and on this outing we
    find the Sunsets, along with producer Merrill Garbus
    of tUnE-yArDs, repurposing early '80s funk and new
    wave with rap beats and collages from both sides of
    the ocean (be it Niles Rogers, Jah Wobble, The Gap
    Band, Orange Juice, Trans-era Neil Young or The Tom
    Tom Club.) These are songs that juxtapose the haze of
    today with a vibrant and colorful explosion of sounds
    and 180 degree turns.

    1. Death Cream part 2 "Watch Out for the Cream"
    2. Moods
    3. Modern Age
    4. Well But Strangely Hung Man
    5. Nightmares
    6. Reject of the Lowest Planet
    7. White Cops on Trial
    8. Check Out
    9. Needs
    10. My Little Death
    11. Dead Meat on the Beach
    12. The Hospital Grounds at Night
    Sonny & The Sunsets
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  • Poison Season Poison Season Quick View

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    Poison Season

    Poison Season opens with Vancouver native Dan Bejar swathed in Hunky Dory strings. He's a dashboard Bowie surveying four wracked characters-Jesus, Jacob, Judy, Jack-simultaneously Biblical and musical theatre. This bittersweet, Times Square-set fanfare is reprised twice more on the record-first as swaying, saxophone-stoked "street-rock" and then finally as a curtain-closing reverie. "The first and last songs are actually one song tracked live with quintet," explains their author. "I even sang with the band. That song always swung between super austere and super mid-'70s Springsteen/Bowie street-rock. In the end, I decided I wanted both. Couldn't really figure out a way to sequence the orchestral version within the record, so I decided to carve it up as a book-ending motif, with the rock version squarely in the middle." Mr. Bejar has long displayed a chameleonic instinct for change while maintaining a unified aesthetic (rather than just pinballing between reference points). No two records sound the same, but they're always uniquely Destroyer. His latest incarnation often appears to take sonic cues from a distinctly British (usually Scottish, to be precise) strain of sophisti-pop: you might hear traces of Aztec Camera, Prefab Sprout, Orange Juice, or The Blow Monkeys. These songs merge a casual literary brilliance with intense melodic verve, nimble arrangements, and a certain blue-eyed soul sadness.
    1. Times Square, Poison Season I
    2. Dream Lover
    3. Forces From Above
    4. Hell
    5. The River
    6. Girl in a Sling
    7. Times Square
    8. Archer on the Beach
    9. Midnight Meet the Rain
    10. Solace's Bride
    11. Bangkok
    12. Sun in the Sky
    13. Times Square, Poison Season II
    Destroyer
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  • Ape School (Discontinued) Ape School (Discontinued) Quick View

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    Ape School (Discontinued)

    Michael Johnson arrived in Philadelphia a swamp-ape from the Florida panhandle to lead music technology studies at a downtown arts university. Instead, he discovered in its hallowed halls the derelict crown-jewel of archaic analog electronics with which he would forge his image of the Ape School. Armed with the Moog Modular synthesizer he helped revive-- just the fourth born and installed by the hands of Robert Moog 40 years earlier in 1965-- Johnson conjures original songs from beyond his prior tenures in Kurt Heasley's Lilys, and Sub Pop's Holopaw, using the Modular to weave lush motorik dreamsound throughout dynamic instrumentation and his distinct croon.


    This second one-man-does-all album by Johnson--the first to use the animistic moniker-- marries primitive songs with incorporeal sound: glamatic pop explorations, navigated by studio light, coalesced over time, wine, fallouts, and Rundgren-style self-control.


    From the resounding onset of Wail to God, to the song's oscillator outro barely two minutes later, the tonal breadth and sonic fluidity of Ape School is clear. A song like Did What I Did flirts with pop sensibility, but coheres in subtle feedback when repetition would normally devolve it to redundance. Elsewhere, as on My Intention and Deathstomp, Johnson commits to full mechanical shredding and focused romps of analog rock glory awash in system buzz. Other, more spacious moments like That's OK, It's Over, and The Underground reveal the songs' subtle instrumental basis, and bare the accidentally clever, eloquent lyrics of his elastic tenor.


    Mixed in Jamaican Brooklyn with Michael Pecchio in a bath of reverb, delay, tape echo, smoke, mirrors, orange juice, and cayenne pepper, Ape School has finally congealed. Upon graduation from Primate U, this album, initially intended for release by co-conspirator Alfred Daedelus Darlington, finds a home at Ninja Tune's Counter Records.


    With a band of student human musicians rescued from the confines of musical education, Ape School has opened its doors to limited faculty enrollment. Composed of previous cohorts in Lilys, Holopaw, Human Television, and beyond, the live Ape School incarnation takes one monkey's primordial creations on summer vacation to civilization. Evidently basted nightly.

    1. Wail To God
    2. That's OK
    3. Did What I Did
    4. My Intention
    5. Be An Encore
    6. It's Over
    7. Caveman Vs. Canary
    8. The Underground
    9. Deathstomp
    10. Floridian Grime
    11. In Time You Are
    12. Rip Together, Rip Apart
    13. No Shame
    Ape School
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    Mojo (Out Of Stock)

    Some time in the last few years Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers took a left turn. Maybe it was when Petty woke up in the night with the idea of reuniting his first band, Mudcrutch, to cut the album they never got a chance to make back in the early 70s. Maybe it was when the Heartbreakers assembled the mammoth multi-disc The Live Anthology, which detailed thirty years of concerts. Maybe it was when they gave all their home movies, outtakes and live footage to director Peter Bogdanovich to create the Grammy-winning four-hour career documentary Runnin' Down A Dream. There have been side projects and experiments since the band last went into the studio to cut a new Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers album. With Mojo, they have taken their recent freedom and experimentation to heart. They have gone off the reservation and all signs indicate they aren't coming back.


    The first thing that hits you about Mojo is that the spirit of the Mudcrutch sessions has carried on with the Heartbreakers. This is the sound of a band playing together in a room, not a studio, facing each other, all singing and playing at the same time. The music is alive, with no overdubs or studio trickery. What you hear is what they created on the spot at that time.


    Tom Petty says, With this album, I want to show other people what I hear with the band. Mojo is where the band lives when it's playing for itself.


    As for the songs, Mojo showcases a wide variety of American music from rock n' roll to country and both electric and acoustic blues. And then there are the images in Petty's lyrics which slip in on the melodies and set up a home in your head: The barefoot girl in the high grass chewing on a stick of sugar cane, the run-in with the law that begins when a carload of buddies decide to party with the motel maids, and the hilariously audacious idea of opening an album with an electric blues rocker about Thomas Jefferson's love affair with Sally Hemings.


    Mojo has juice and guts but it also has some sweet balladry for the slow dancers and even a wacked-out reggae number that is unlike anything that the Heartbreakers have done before. It's the kind of album nobody's supposed to be able to make anymore. It got here just in time.

    LP 1
    1. Jefferson Jericho Blues
    2. First Flash of Freedom
    3. Running Man's Bible
    4. The Trip to Pirate's Cove
    5. Candy
    6. No Reason to Cry
    7. I Should Have Known It


    LP 2
    1. U.S. 41
    2. Takin' My Time
    3. Let Yourself Go
    4. Don't Pull Me Over
    5. Lover's Touch
    6. High In the Morning
    7. Something Good Coming
    8. Good Enough

    Tom Petty
    $24.99
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Temporarily out of stock
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