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Lynyrd Skynyrd Collected'
Lynyrd Skynyrd - CollectedImport
180-Gram Audiophile Vinyl
PVC Protective Sleeve
4-Page Booklet With Liner Notes And Photos Career-Spanning Selection Featuring ''Free Bird,'' ''Tuesday's Gone,'' ''Sweet Home Alabama,'' And Many More Songs
Limited First Pressing Of 4000 Individually Numbered Copies On 2x Colored Vinyl, Black Vinyl Thereafter
LP 1 Pressed On Blue Vinyl, LP 2 Pressed On Red Vinyl
Lynyrd Skynyrd Collected is our brand new album from the exclusively composed series. The album focuses on the entire catalog of the band and besides the well-known songs, the Collected album also includes the hidden gems.
The American band Lynyrd Skynyrd became famous by popularizing the Southern rock during the 70s. With their signature songs ''Free Bird'' and ''Sweet Home Alabama'' they were getting worldwide attention. Their list of impressive songs is endless and are all Collected for this double LP. You'll find classics like ''Saturday Night Special'' and ''Call Me the Breeze'' on the album but also ''Need All My Friends'' (as Lynard Skynard) and ''Don't Ask No Questions''. Their breakthrough hit ''Sweet Home Alabama'' helped them to increase the reach of the guitar-driven southern rock sound. It was the first of many hit singles and albums, pushing the band higher on the music stage.
Lynyrd Skynyrd Collected is available as a limited first pressing of 4000 individually numbered copies on colored vinyl. LP 1 is pressed on blue vinyl, LP 2 pressed on red vinyl.LP 1
1. Need All My Friends (as Lynard Skynard)
2. I've Been Your Fool
3. Free Bird
4. Tuesday's Gone
5. Sweet Home Alabama
6. Don't Ask No Questions
7. Working For MCA
8. Call Me The Breeze
9. Saturday Night Special
1. Whiskey Rock-A-Roller
2. Double Trouble
3. Gimme Back My Bullets
4. What's Your Nam
5. That Smell
6. Down South Jukin'
7. Smokestack Lightning
8. Good Lovin's Hard To Find
9. Devil In The Bottle
10. Red White & Blue
11. Still Unbroken
12. Last Of A Dyin' Breed$40.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
Street Survivors1977 Smash Remains South Rock Legends Finest Hour: Includes Whats Your Name and That Smell
Last Album Made By Original Members Ronnie Van Zant and Allen Collins
Mastered on Mobile Fidelitys World-Renowned Mastering System and Pressed at RTI
Triple-Guitar Front of Steve Gaines, Gary Rossington, and Collins Remains Rocks Most Formidable Assembly of Six-String Players
Street Survivors remains Lynyrd Skynyrds finest hour, and for many reasons. The last album recorded with original vocalist Ronnie Van Zant and guitarist Steve Gaines, who passed away in a tragic plane accident three days after its release, the 1977 set is both mythical for its historical significance as well as infallible songwriting quality. Then there's the triple-guitar front of Collins, Gary Rossington, and Steve Gaines, which, together, comprise the most formidable combination of lead six-string players assembled on an original album. Add in freshly inspired performances and classic Muscle Shoals production, and you have a timeless work of art.
Mastered from the original master tapes and pressed at RTI (the best record plant in North America), Mobile Fidelity Silver Series' limited edition LP presents Skynyrds landmark effort in a dynamic, organic, soulful, and balanced sound that puts the musicians on a wide soundstage that will make you think they are standing on a stage in your room. In particular, Van Zants re-energized singing comes through with utmost clarity and verve. The complex web of guitars is now unraveled, with each of the instrumentalists possessing their own space, allowing their contributions to assume a transparency that further lends to the musics impact. Background vocals, too, rise up above what had heretofore been an artificial ceiling.
Produced by iconic producer Tom Dowd, Street Survivors is drenched in earthy vibes and live-from-the-floor rawness, the sense of spontaneity and interplay underlining the groups taut albeit loose material. Rebounding from 1975s solid yet semi-formulaic Nuthin Fancy and the following years equally lukewarm Gimme Back My Bullets, Skynyrd comes out firing on Street Survivors and never let up. The septets nucleus was never better. It's lamentable that this stands as the lineups only studio record together, but the music here makes you all the more thankful for the chance to at least here them reach their potential at least once.
Gaines incredible abilities spur on his mates, which respond with strong ideas and even stronger performances. Melodies are sharp, hooks are abundant, rhythms in command. A miasma of blues, rock, country, gospel, and soul informs the arrangements, and those three guitarists play as if their lives depended on getting everything just right. Songs flow with an effortless ease, and whether its the slithering organ-backed rollick of I Never Dreamed, swampy drug-abuse warning That Smell, or autobiographical honky-tonk Ain't No Good Life, Skynryd clicks on all cylinders. Swagger, swing, and strut. What an album.
Honor Van Zant and Collins memories, and revisit a Southern rock masterpiece, by acquiring this collectable version of Street Survivors.
This title is not eligible for discount.1. What's Your Name
2. That Smell
3. One More Time
4. I Know A Little
5. You Got That Rig
6. I Never Dreamed
7. Honky Tonk Night Man
8. Ain't No Good Life$24.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
You Can't Stop MeMany of the greatest works of art throughout history were
fashioned from grief, anger and overwhelming despair descending on its creators in the aftermath of tragedy and SUICIDE SILENCE's appropriately titled You Can't Stop Me is no exception. Plenty of bands trumpet the idea of strength through adversity, but few have lived it like this one.
Like the once unthinkable creative and commercial reemergence of ALICE IN CHAINS or the classic, legendary and timeless touchstone that is AC/DC's Back in Black, Suicide Silence's fourth album features a new frontman on the heels of earthshaking tragedy. You Can't Stop Me serves as a simultaneous introduction to vocalist Hernan "Eddie" Hermida, as well as a celebration of the brotherhood the band shared with Hermida's fallen predecessor. The group chose the album's title from a collection of lyrics left behind by the late Mitch Lucker, while their formidable revamped sound makes it clear that Suicide Silence's resurrection is complete. Ever since Suicide Silence went public with their plans to continue as a band, they've put all of the emotions from the last two years into these songs. "Inherit the Crown" name checks The Black Crown, as Hermida demands the chance to honor his friend's legacy and carve out a place of his own.
Mark Heylmun and Chris Garza (guitars), Dan Kenny (bass) and Alex Lopez (drums) sound more driven than ever, force-feeding their mashup of death metal, black metal, grind and time-signature bending dissonance into structured, focused and often groove-oriented missives of anger and perseverance. Just as the surviving members of JOY DIVISION were able to remake themselves as NEW ORDER, and as a post-plane crash LYNYRD SKYNYRD was reborn with Johnny Van Zant stepping in for his late brother, You Can't Stop Me is equal parts mournful tribute and statement of renewed purpose.
Death metal legend George "Corpsegrinder" Fisher (CANNIBAL CORPSE) and Greg Puciato (THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN, KILLER BE KILLED) make guest appearances, but make no mistake: Suicide Silence is as bonded, as cohesive, as ever. You Can't Stop Me was produced and mixed by Steve Evetts (THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN, GLASSJAW, SEPULTURA), the band's longtime friend and collaborator. Evetts was set to begin working with Lucker on new material just days after the singer's passing.
Most bands will declare their most recent album the "best" they've ever done. Suicide Silence have declared You Can't Stop Me as their most impassioned, most committed, and most important release thus far. It's a record they fought, bled, sweated and even cried to make happen.
If a rising heavy metal band can overcome a tragedy this triumphantly, this definitively, this absolutely, then surely there's hope for us all.1. M.A.L.
2. Inherit The Crown
3. Cease To Exist
4. Sacred Words
5. Control (feat. George Corpsegrinder Fisher)
7. You Can't Stop Me
8. Monster Within (feat. Greg Puciato)
9. We Have All Had Enough
10. Ending Is The Beginning
11. Don't Die
12. Ouroboros$20.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Damn Yankees (Pre-Order)Release Date: June 22, 2018*
Celebrate Friday Music First Time 180 Gram Audiophile Hard Rock Manna!
#1 Damn Yankees Album
Ted Nugent - Tommy Shaw (Styx) - Jack Blades (Night Ranger) & Michael Cartellone (Accept/ Lynyrd Skynyrd)
Mastered Impeccably By Joe Reagoso
First Time Gatefold Cover Art Presentation
Featuring Four Top Chart Hits: High Enough, Come Again, Coming Of Age, & Runaway
Damn Yankees were a superstar collective featuring hard-rockin' guitar master Ted Nugent, pioneer prog-rock guitarist Tommy Shaw from Styx, the multi-talent Night Ranger's Jack Blades on bass and drummer Michael Cartellone from hard rockers Accept. Together these four statesmen of hard rock developed a successful formula that broke out in the early 1990's while delivering a huge debut release with their self-titled smash Damn Yankees.
The ten song masterwork has since been a favorite album of choice in the hearts and minds of rock music lovers for many years now. Featuring the stellar dynamic dual vocals from Tommy Shaw and Jack Blades, the mind-bending guitar work from the Motor City Madman Ted Nugent, and Michael Cartellone's powerful, drum work, this powerful quartet hit the top of the charts with their mega-double platinum Damn Yankees. As classic rock time has been good to them, the album firmly places them as one of hard rock's most popular debut releases of all time.
Jam-packed with four hit singles and six unforgettable album tracks, the Damn Yankees LP kept the rockers all over the radio dial and packing in concert arenas for several years. Who could forget the amazing power ballad High Enough, more chart-toppers like the rockin' Coming of Age and follow-up champions Runaway and Come Again.
Friday Music once again brings back the definitive classic rock albums with its latest home run Damn Yankees by Damn Yankees. For this special anniversary edition, we have pressed it on impeccable 180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl and mastered it from the original Warner Bros tapes by Joe Reagoso at Friday Music Studios and Capitol Mastering in Hollywood, CA. As an added bonus, we are presenting this limited edition album in a first time gatefold cover, which features photos and images of this iconic rock band Damn Yankees featuring Ted Nugent, Tommy Shaw, Jack Blades, & Michael Cartellone...a once in a lifetime album, impeccably mastered for the audiophile in all of us...from your friends at Friday Music. HIGH ENOUGH!
*Please note that release dates are subject to change.1. Coming Of Age
2. Bad Reputation
4. High Enough
5. Damn Yankees
6. Come Again
8. Rock City
9. Tell Me How You Want It
10. Piledriver$32.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP PRE-ORDER Buy Now
BonesOn The Delta Saints' new album, Bones, their first for Loud & Proud Records, the Nashville-based band have stripped their roots/blues sound down to its essence, having rearranged the elements into something uniquely their own. Steeped in rock 'n' roll's building blocks - country, R&B, soul and gospel - The Delta Saints' second full-length effort explores influences like Jack White, The Black Keys, My Morning Jacket, Band of Horses and Led Zeppelin. Producer/engineer/mixer and Third Man Records alum, Eddie Spear [Jack White, Arctic Monkeys, Neil Young] provided a ghostly, psychedelic atmosphere at Nashville's Sputnik Sound studios, yielding a sound unlike anything they have created before.
"We got to the point where what we were recording and playing had veered from what we were listening to and loving on our turntables, which can lead to discontent," said Louisiana-born singer/lyricist Ben Ringel, who co-founded the band almost eight years ago with fellow Belmont University student, Kansas native bassist David Supica. Soon after, they were joined by Tennessee-bred guitarist Dylan Fitch and later, after a health scare with the band's former harmonica player, enlisted Louisville resident and keyboardist, Nate Kremer, who was added to the lineup only two weeks before a two month long European tour.
Taking a novel approach of writing songs spontaneously in the studio, The Delta Saints were challenged to create in the moment and as a result, Bones is their most adventurous effort yet. The album is a collection of eclectic songs, beginning with The White Stripes-meets-Led Zeppelin fuzz-toned garage-rock blast of "Sometimes I Worry." The spare, spooky strains of "Butte la Rose" tell the band's tale of a Louisiana town purposely flooded and displaced five years ago to save New Orleans. The Grapes of Wrath drama of "Dust," based on Ringel's grandfather, an East Kansas farmer, builds to a primal wail at nature with a stunning coda in which Dylan Fitch's guitar drops out and Kremer's B3 organ provides the climax. The title track, "Bones" features hoodoo organ riffs and African-influenced trance music, which came from listening to the Sahara desert African groove of Niger's Tuareg guitarist Omara "Bombino" Moctar and Mali's Tinariwen. The grindhouse honky-tonk chain gang chants of "Heavy Hammer" celebrates the work ethic in no uncertain terms, a call for unity in the wake of Ringel's frustration about getting stuck in the rat race and feeling trapped by some of life's mundane tasks. "Berlin," the first song they recorded after adding Nate on keys, started out as an instrumental penned in the title city while on tour. It eventually metamorphosed into a country twang intro and a prog-rock jam. Bones is a complete work veering between despair and apocalyptic dread.
"We're trying to push ourselves forward to do something more modern, but at the same time incorporating where we come from," explained Ringel.
"It was incredible to be able to write a song on the spot and immediately hear what it sounded like," added Supica. "It was a great way to capture the magic right when you come up with an idea, preserving that raw element. We were used to playing a song for months on the road before we recorded it. Still, on the flip side, it was absolutely terrifying to sit in the studio watching the clock tick and waiting for a song to come out. That's where (producer) Ed Spear came into play; he was so good at keeping us pointed in the right direction."
"This record was made out of both necessity and desire. We needed to be fulfilled and surprised by music again, and we also needed to fulfill that love of writing and recording again."
The Delta Saints have independently released two EPs (2010's Pray On and A Bird Called Angola), a full-length album (2012's Death Letter Jubilee) and a live disc (2014's Live at Exit/In). They have spent the last eight years touring the US averaging almost 200 shows per year, organically growing their audience, fan by fan, city by city. Major appearances include several festivals including Wakarusa, Summer Camp, Harvest, The Ride, Summerfest and The Simple Man Cruise. A testament to their mixed appeal, they have opened for such diverse acts as Blackberry Smoke, Robert Randolph & The Family Band, Taj Mahal, Dickey Betts and Michael Franti & Spearhead.
The Delta Saints have also have a large international fan base having toured Europe a total of six times, selling out countless venues and playing more than 200 shows in Spain, Sweden, France, Switzerland and Germany, as well as several festivals in Holland (Moulin Blues, Ribs and Blues), Belgium (Gevarenwinkel) and Germany (Grolsch Blues Fest).
With all that they've accomplished as a hard-working group on their own, The Delta Saints have earned their graduation to industry veteran Tom Lipsky's Loud & Proud Records (which has been the home of Rush, Lynyrd Skynyrd, KISS, Robert Plant, Rob Zombie, Lenny Kravitz and The String Cheese Incident, among others).
"Don't look so tired, my dear," sings Ringel in Bones' closing track, "Berlin," echoing the band's progress. "We may be bruised, but the day is almost here."
"It's hard to see progress when you're in the middle of things," said Supica about The Delta Saints' ambitions. "We try to take stock every six months or so and look back from where we've come, from eating at McDonald's and sleeping on people's floors to staying at a Motel 6 and graduating to La Quinta. We mark our success by the hotel chain where we're staying. When we get to Marriott, we know we've made it."
Bones proves The Delta Saints are well on their way to making that reservation.$18.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now