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  • Melodrama (Deluxe) (Pre-Order) Melodrama (Deluxe) (Pre-Order) Quick View

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    Melodrama (Deluxe) (Pre-Order)


    Deluxe Version - 180 Gram Translucent Royal Blue Colored Vinyl


    • Double Gatefold Jacket
    • Double sided record sleeve
    • Bi-Fold Lyric booklet with 6 double sided photo inserts

    Melodrama is the second studio album by New Zealand singer Lorde.
    1. Green Light
    2. Sober [Explicit]
    3. Homemade Dynamite [Explicit]
    4. The Louvre
    5. Liability
    6. Hard Feelings/Loveless [Explicit]
    7. Sober II (Melodrama) [Explicit]
    8. Writer In The Dark
    9. Supercut
    10. Liability (Reprise) [Explicit]
    11. Perfect Places [Explicit]
    Lorde
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    Melodrama (Pre-Order)

    Melodrama is the second studio album by New Zealand singer Lorde.
    1. Green Light
    2. Sober [Explicit]
    3. Homemade Dynamite [Explicit]
    4. The Louvre
    5. Liability
    6. Hard Feelings/Loveless [Explicit]
    7. Sober II (Melodrama) [Explicit]
    8. Writer In The Dark
    9. Supercut
    10. Liability (Reprise) [Explicit]
    11. Perfect Places [Explicit]
    Lorde
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  • Kill Bill Vol. 1 Soundtrack Kill Bill Vol. 1 Soundtrack Quick View

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    Kill Bill Vol. 1 Soundtrack

    Fashion be damned: Pop culture is just one big Hometown Buffet for writer-director Quentin Tarantino. Nowhere has that sensibility been more apparent than on his hand-picked soundtrack choices, and this oft tongue-in-cheek tale of a female assassin's revenge (his first film in six years) is no exception. With dizzy, almost palpable glee, Tarantino evokes the international hall-of-mirrors influences that energize martial arts films and much of Asian pop culture in general. Thus the hip-hop of Wu Tang's RZA (who, along with composer Charles Bernstein, concocts what passes for the score's traditional cues) somehow finds itself but one ingredient in a heady souffle that includes vintage TV and film cue rarities (Al Hirt's main title from The Green Hornet, Bernard Herrmann's haunting theme from Twisted Nerve, the spaghetti western melodrama of Luis Bacalov's The Grand Duel, Isaac Hayes in full blaxploitation mode on Run Fay Run), Charlie Feathers' vintage rockabilly and a pan-kitsch sensibility that encompasses Zamfir, Nancy Sinatra's angst-in-the-pants take Bang, Bang and Santa Esmeralda's disco-era workout of Please Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood. Tarantino's contemporary Japan-Pop selections are no less giddy, ranging from Meiko Kaji's sultry Flower of Carnage to The 5.6.7.8's loopy Woo Hoo. It's everything we've come to expect from a Tarantino score (including dialog excerpts and a few sound fx stingers), with a madcap trip around the pop music world thrown in for good measure. -- Jerry McCulley
    1. Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down) - By Nancy Sinatra
    2. That Certain Female - By Charlie Feathers
    3. The Grand Duel (Parte Prima) - By Luis Bacalov
    4. Twisted Nerve - By Bernard Herrmann
    5. Queen Of The Crime Council - By Kill Bill Soundtrack
    6. Ode To Oren Ishii (feat. The RZA) - By Vincent Tempera & Orchestra
    7. Run Fay Run - By Isaac Hayes
    8. Green Hornet - By Al Hirt
    9. Battle Without Honor Or Humanity - By Tomoyasu Hotei
    10. Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood - By Santa Esmeralda
    11. Woo Hoo - By The 5.6.7.8's
    12. Crane/White Lightning - By The RZA/Charles Bernstein
    13. The Flower Of Carnage - By Meiko Kaji
    14. The Lonely Shepherd - By Zamfir
    15. You're My Wicked Life - By Kill Bill Soundtrack
    Various Artists
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  • 52nd Street 52nd Street Quick View

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    52nd Street

    After the massive success of The Stranger, Joel hit back with 52nd Street (1978) - further building on his unique sound and songwriting formula that brought him to the top of the charts. Working again with producer Phil Ramone, Billy jazzed up his act and even gets some Steely Dan influences in there on songs like "Zanzibar". Ramone's slick producing style also fits the melodrama and uplifting effect of Joels music, derived from Broadway theater. Always a craftsman in his own right, the melodies Billy churned out on 52nd Street remain some of the best he ever wrote.
    1. Big Shot
    2. Honesty
    3. My Life
    4. Zanzibar
    5. Stiletto
    6. Rosalinda's Eyes
    7. Half A Mile Away
    8. Until The Night
    9. 52nd Street
    Billy Joel
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    Silent Shout

    Already championed by buzz-talkers and tastemakers, Mute announces the release of Silent Shout, The Knife's third album and first domestic release. The world of The Knife is precise, particular, dark, occult, peculiar. The mysterious duo work mostly on their own in splendid isolation. Silent Shout features The Knife's lurking, textured vocals steeped in a tangled, dark surrealist underbrush. It's is an astounding achievement, intriguing & bewildering, enigmatic and engaging, and never less than compelling. Its jaw-dropping fusion of technology and emotion, circuitry and the soul, melodrama and melody, will leave you gasping.
    LP 1
    1. Silent Shout
    2. Neverland
    3. The Captain
    4. We Share Our Mothers' Health
    5. Na Na Na
    6. Marble House


    LP 2
    1. Like a Pen
    2. From Off to On
    3. Forest Families
    4. One Hit
    5. Still Light

    The Knife
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  • Death Revenge Death Revenge Quick View

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    Death Revenge

    Lock your doors and bolt your windows as longstanding Gore Metal maniacs, EXHUMED reemerge with their disgusting new album Death Revenge. The band's 6th full-length sees them tread into ambitious new territory with their first concept album; a musical melodrama in thirteen parts based on shocking true events. Death Revenge tells the macabre tale of a series of brutal murders committed in order to sell the victims' cadavers to anatomists, and the grisly underground trade of grave-robbery in the late 1820s in Edinburgh, Scotland. Recorded with producer Jarrett Pritchard (Goatwhore, Hate Eternal, Gruesome), Death Revenge takes the band's signature gore-drenched, death metal mayhem to theatrical and ghastly new heights.
    1. Introduction: Death Revenge Overture
    2. Defenders of the Grave
    3. Lifeless
    4. Dead End
    5. Night Work
    6. Unspeakable
    7. Interlude: Gravemakers of Edinburgh
    8. The Harrowing
    9. A Funeral Party
    10. The Anatomy Act of 1832
    11. Incarnadined Hands
    12. Death Revenge
    Exhumed
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    Soft Friday

    Coves, the highly buzzed about 60's infused, indie psych-rock duo comprised of singer Rebekah Wood and multi-instrumentalist John Rigard bring their critically acclaimed debut album, Soft Friday, stateside. Mixed by Brendan Lynch (Primal Scream, Paul Weller), Clash Magazine says of the album, "With those driving, Spector-esque drums and that sweeping grandeur, theirs is a teenage melodrama fuelled by a passion for noise swirling psychedelia with a visceral edge."


    Coves released Soft Friday in the UK to critical acclaim, and quickly won the support of BBC Radio 1's Zane Lowe, Huw Stephens, Nick Grimshaw and more, as well as attention from influential press outlets like Q Magazine, Clash, Dazed & Confused, Noisey, The Guardian, and NME who rated the album 9/10 and featured the album as one of its best albums of 2014.

    1. Fall Out Of Love
    2. Honey Bee
    3. Beatings
    4. Last Desire
    5. Let the Sun Go
    6. No Ladder
    7. Cast a Shadow
    8. Fool For Your Face
    9. Bad Kick to the Heart
    10. Wake Up
    Coves
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  • Born To Run Born To Run Quick View

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    Born To Run

    Ranked 18/500 On Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums Of All Time


    Mastered By Bob Ludwig Working Under The Supervision Of Springsteen & Engineer Toby Scott


    Bruce Springsteen spent everything he had - patience, energy, studio time, the physical endurance of his E Street Band - to make his masterpiece. There are a dozen guitar overdubs on the title track alone. The album became a monster, Springsteen recalled. But in making his third album, he was living out the central drama in its gun-the-engine rock & roll: the fight to reconcile big dreams with crushing reality. He found it so hard to re-create the sound in his head - the Jersey-bar dynamite of his live gigs, Phil Spector's grandeur, Roy Orbison's melodrama - that he nearly gave up and put out a live album. But his attention to detail produced a timeless record about the labors and glories of aspiring to greatness.


    -Rolling Stone

    1. Thunder Road
    2. Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out
    3. Night
    4. Backstreets
    5. Born to Run
    6. She's The One
    7. Meeting Across The River
    8. Jungleland
    Bruce Springsteen
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  • Make Out With Violence Make Out With Violence Quick View

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    Make Out With Violence

    Make Out With Violence is a genre-bending tale of a boy trying to fulfill his unrequited love for a girl who has risen from the dead. Set against the backdrop of a summer of cicadas and swimming pools, the film blends elements of up-beat teenage melodrama with the strange gravity of classic coming of age stories. It tells the story of twin brothers Patrick and Carol Darling, newly graduated from high school and struggling to come to terms with the unexplained disappearance of their friend, the bright and beautiful Wendy Hearst. When a drive through the countryside surrounding their suburban community leads to the discovery of Wendys mysteriously animated corpse, the boys secretly transport the undead Wendy to an empty house in hopes of somehow bringing her back to life. As the sweltering summer pushes on, they must maintain the appearance of normalcy for their friends and family as they search for ways to revive the Wendy they once knew, or, failing that, to satisfy their own quests for love amongst the living and the dead. Features an award winning original pop soundtrack by The Non-Commissioned Officers.
    1. Flour
    2. Radar Heart (Rody Please)
    3. Over the Banister
    4. Cinderella
    5. Ride
    6. Poison Lust
    7. Frozen Tongue
    8. No Means No
    9. Sweet Eleanor
    10. You Don't Even Know Her
    11. Anyway OK
    12. Spidertown
    Various Artists
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  • Let's Cry And Do Pushups At The Same Time Let's Cry And Do Pushups At The Same Time Quick View

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    Let's Cry And Do Pushups At The Same Time


    Torn Hawk, the alias of Luke Wyatt, makes visceral and toxic music
    somehow feel sunkissed and melodic. His beats can sound as though they
    were programmed by William Burroughs, garbled and diced to the point
    of mesmerism. - Pitchfork


    A Brooklyn-based audio-visual artist whose distinctive approach to both
    mediums is defined by a narrative-driven, trippy and decayed aesthetic
    that's been described by the man himself as 'mulch'. - JunoPlus


    Let's Cry And Do Pushups At The Same Time is the most
    recent statement from Torn Hawk aka producer and video
    artist Luke Wyatt. It's difficult to neatly categorize Wyatt's
    genre-refracting productions. The nuts & bolts are built from
    live guitar, drum machines, junky synths, and layers of samples
    which are smeared into a cohesive whole. Wyatt's guitar moves
    between the meditations of Manuel Göttsching, the jangle-grid
    of The Chameleons and the saturation of Medicine. Throw in
    the melodrama of a sax on a Don Henley hit, and you get a
    better idea of Torn Hawk's playfully sincere sensibility

    1. I'm Flexible
    2. She Happens
    3. Afterprom
    4. Return to the Pec Deck
    5. Acceptance Speech
    6. Because of M.A.S.K.
    7. Under Wolf Rule
    8. There Was a Time
    Torn Hawk
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  • Tyranny Of Souls Tyranny Of Souls Quick View

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    Tyranny Of Souls

    As the 20th century ground
    to a halt, Bruce was busy
    reconvening with the Iron
    Maiden family, and contributing to the most spectacular
    and undeniable comeback in heavy metal
    history. As a result, there was a brief pause in the
    forward grind of his solo work. But even as Maiden
    returned to the greatest of global heights, Bruce's
    idiosyncratic muse was as restless as ever. Seven
    years on from the glories of The Chemical Wedding,
    the sixth chapter in the great man's solo journey
    appeared. A more varied and introspective affair
    than its predecessor, Tyranny Of Souls touched upon
    balls-out hard rock ("Devil On A Hog"),
    gallivanting, state-of-the-art melodic metal
    ("Abduction") and hazy, prog-fuelled psychedelia
    (the exquisite "Navigate The Seas Of The Sun"- a
    song inspired by cult author Erich von DÄniken's
    theory of extra-terrestrial life on Earth in the distant
    past). The album's title track drew from Shakespeare's
    Macbeth, with all the pitch-black melodrama
    that such a conceit demands, while "Kill Devil Hill"
    paid tribute to aviation pioneers the Wright Brothers'
    first triumphant flight in 1903.
    1. Mars Within (Intro) (2017 - Remaster)
    2. Abduction (2017 - Remaster)
    3. Soul Intruders (2017 - Remaster)
    4. Kill Devil Hill (2017 - Remaster)
    5. Navigate the Seas of the Sun (2017 - Remaster)
    6. River of No Return (2017 - Remaster)
    7. Power of the Sun (2017 - Remaster)
    8. Devil On a Hog (2017 - Remaster)
    9. Believil (2017 - Remaster)
    10. A Tyranny of Souls (2017 - Remaster)
    Bruce Dickinson
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  • Accident Of Birth Accident Of Birth Quick View

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    Accident Of Birth

    Barely a year later after his
    third album, Bruce released
    his fourth solo album.
    This time, heavy metal in its most bombastic and
    destructive sense was firmly back on the agenda.
    Once again teaming up with Roy Z, Bruce has rarely
    sounded more powerful than he does on this unsung
    '90s metal gem. With the added bonus of a certain
    Adrian Smith chipping in on lead guitar, Accident Of
    Birth was a flat-out celebration of heavy metal, both
    past and present, with a sound that was as crushing
    and timely as anything the younger generation were
    producing, and songs that soared with the same
    ageless majesty that fans had long associated with
    the Dickinson voice. From the rampaging riff-riot
    of opener "Freak" and the shadowy melodrama of
    "Taking The Queen," to the insanely catchy twin-lead
    euphoria of "Road To Hell" and the labyrinthine
    swell of "Omega," Accident Of Birth was much more
    than a return to metal's unsullied essence; this was
    a reclaiming of the throne from the genre's most
    unstoppable protagonist.
    LP 1
    1. Freak (2017 - Remaster)
    2. Toltec 7 Arrival (2017 - Remaster)
    3. Starchildren (2017 - Remaster)
    4. Taking the Queen (2017 - Remaster)
    5. Darkside of Aquarius (2017 - Remaster)
    6. Omega (2017 - Remaster)


    LP 2
    1. Man of Sorrows (2017 - Remaster)
    2. Accident of Birth (2017 - Remaster)
    3. The Magician (2017 - Remaster)
    4. Welcome to the Pit (2017 - Remaster)
    5. Road to Hell (2017 - Remaster)
    6. Arc of Space (2017 - Remaster)

    Bruce Dickinson
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  • Abject Skin Abject Skin Quick View

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    Abject Skin

    There's an intoxicating feeling inside Hamilton, Ontario, and Black
    Baron has managed to distill the essence of that feeling into a potent
    brew. In the same way that the films of David Lynch are sewn
    together from the fabric that holds together dreams, Black Baron
    creates songs from the fabric of Hamilton. While the local hardcore
    scene has been cutting records reminiscent of the city's steel mills
    since the early 1990's, Black Baron, a band comprised of some of
    the city's hardcore elite, creates the soundtrack to a different side of
    the city. Unlike the punishing steelfucker sound of Hamilton
    hardcore, Black Baron's music is rooted in a deep sense of
    melancholy, one that does not seek destruction, but rather seeps its
    way into the collective consciousness following the potentiality of
    destruction or abandonment. Coming from a city devastated by
    economic decline following the shrinking of its industrial sector,
    Black Baron evokes the haunting memory of the closure and loss of
    Hamilton landmarks at a time when the city appears to be on a
    cultural upswing.


    To ascribe a genre stamp to Black Baron's music feels like sacrilege.
    While on paper the band's sound could loosely be described as postpunk,
    the dreamy, nearly aquatic tones, dazzling riffage, and
    unabashed lyrical melodrama add dynamic elements to their
    sound that are typically missing from that of their peers. The band's
    debut full-length album Abject Skin, which is chock full of new
    material along with refined versions of tracks taken from their 2013
    tape Divine Chains, is a representation of a band sticking to their
    hometown roots all while carving their own vicious path.

    1. Twisting Fate
    2. Devil's Touch
    3. Bitter Kiss
    4. Canary In a Mineshaft
    5. Divine Chains
    6. Fluorescent Light
    7. Watch Me Sleep
    8. Sullen Skies
    9. Life In Vain
    10. Abject Skin
    Black Baron
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  • New Bermuda (Deluxe) New Bermuda (Deluxe) Quick View

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    New Bermuda (Deluxe)

    Limited Edition Deluxe 2 LP Set with Embossing & Foil Stamp


    San Francisco's Deafheaven found massive critical success when their 2013 album Sunbather was an unexpected crossover hit, earning the band a 92/100 Metacritic score and ending the year as the best reviewed album of 2013. No one could have anticipated a band that drew from equal parts Weakling and My Bloody Valentine ascending to such heights, and that incomprehensibility added to the band's singularity and allure.


    Two years later, founding members George Clarke and Kerry McCoy began working on their ANTI debut, New Bermuda, with a new perspective. Says Clarke: "Sunbather yearned for something better. New Bermuda focuses on the idea of false promise, achieving something and wondering if it's what you really wanted in the first place." McCoy shares that sentiment: "Sunbather sounds like people who have nothing but are satisfied with life. There's an uplifting quality to it. But New Bermuda is a very tense record." McCoy cites death metal demigods Dissection and Morbid Angel, the blackened death pioneers Behemoth, and Cliff Burton-era Metallica as influences on the new album.


    As New Bermuda progresses, Deafheaven travels further outside of their comfort zone, feasting on other niches of underground metal and offsetting the blunt force of their feral rage with more complex and nuanced beauty. A sophisticated and subdued pop element kicks off "Baby Blue", before the band abruptly shifts into an amalgam of NWOBHM's anthemic urgency and thrash metal's racing chugs. There's a brief comedown where the band veers into the musique concrete soundscapes and hushed melodrama of early Godspeed You! Black Emperor before "Come Back" resumes the band's merciless assault of stampeding drums and vitriolic guitar harmonies, only to shift mid-song into the somber territories of 4AD's early catalog. Which is not to say that Deafheaven have softened their approach; New Bermuda offers the most punishing music of the band's career in the wake of their greatest success.

    1. Brought to the Water
    2. Luna
    3. Baby Blue
    4. Come Back
    5. Gifts for the Earth
    Deafheaven
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    New Bermuda

    San Francisco's Deafheaven found massive critical success when their 2013 album Sunbather was an unexpected crossover hit, earning the band a 92/100 Metacritic score and ending the year as the best reviewed album of 2013. No one could have anticipated a band that drew from equal parts Weakling and My Bloody Valentine ascending to such heights, and that incomprehensibility added to the band's singularity and allure.


    Two years later, founding members George Clarke and Kerry McCoy began working on their ANTI debut, New Bermuda, with a new perspective. Says Clarke: "Sunbather yearned for something better. New Bermuda focuses on the idea of false promise, achieving something and wondering if it's what you really wanted in the first place." McCoy shares that sentiment: "Sunbather sounds like people who have nothing but are satisfied with life. There's an uplifting quality to it. But New Bermuda is a very tense record." McCoy cites death metal demigods Dissection and Morbid Angel, the blackened death pioneers Behemoth, and Cliff Burton-era Metallica as influences on the new album.


    As New Bermuda progresses, Deafheaven travels further outside of their comfort zone, feasting on other niches of underground metal and offsetting the blunt force of their feral rage with more complex and nuanced beauty. A sophisticated and subdued pop element kicks off "Baby Blue", before the band abruptly shifts into an amalgam of NWOBHM's anthemic urgency and thrash metal's racing chugs. There's a brief comedown where the band veers into the musique concrete soundscapes and hushed melodrama of early Godspeed You! Black Emperor before "Come Back" resumes the band's merciless assault of stampeding drums and vitriolic guitar harmonies, only to shift mid-song into the somber territories of 4AD's early catalog. Which is not to say that Deafheaven have softened their approach; New Bermuda offers the most punishing music of the band's career in the wake of their greatest success.

    1. Brought to the Water
    2. Luna
    3. Baby Blue
    4. Come Back
    5. Gifts for the Earth
    Deafheaven
    $21.99
    Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
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    Cryptoriana - The Seductiveness Of Decay

    A monstrous tour-de-force of utterly distinctive but reassuringly destructive heavy fucking metal, laced with spectral disquiet but delivered with muscular aplomb, Cryptoriana was conceived during the summer of 2016 as Cradle Of Filth convened in Ashok and Škaroupka's native Czech Republic, before being meticulously pieced together by the band and now long-time producer Scott Atkins back in the UK during the first half of 2017. From the exhilarating melodrama of opening two-fisted salvo 'Exquisite Torments Await' and 'Heartbreak And Seance' onwards, the twelfth Cradle Of Filth album manifestly represents yet another wild expansion of the band's sonic manifesto across nine epic and elaborate new anti-hymns and, as Dani mentions, a fervent blast through Canadian thrash legends Annihilator's ageless 'Alison Hell'. From 'Achingly Beautiful''s synapse-scorching holocaust of the heart to the flesh-ripping, thrash-driven grandeur of 'Wester, Vespertine' and the pitch-black lysergic gargoyle attack of 'You Will Know The Lion By His Claw', Cryptoriana is simply the most musically and visually startling record in Cradle Of Filth's history; one that grittily upholds the band's tradition of conjuring warped narratives that linger long in the memory.


    "The album, both lyrically and artistically, is infused with Victorian gothic horror and thus the title is a reflection of that," Dani explains. "'Cryptoriana' implies the Victorians' infatuation with the supernatural, the grave and the fervently ghoulish. The subtitle, The Seductiveness Of Decay, further cements the attraction to death and the glittering lengthy process of self-annihilation. To immerse myself in the subject matter and courtesy of his good friend H.G. Wells, I built a time machine and went to live amongst the clandestine underworld of late Victorian England "


    Cryptoriana - The Seductiveness Of Decay is exactly the kind of commanding artistic statement that fans of this indestructible British metal institution have grown to expect. The difference this time is that Cradle Of Filth appear to have clicked into a new, higher gear and the results are fascinating, terrifying and electrifying in equal measure. As they prepare to introduce these stunning new songs to their dedicated global fan base, Cradle Of Filth have never been more powerful or their excellence so undeniable.

    1. Exquisite Torments Await
    2. Heartbreak And Seance
    3. Achingly Beautiful
    4. Wester Vespertine
    5. The Seductiveness Of Decay
    6. Vengeful Spirit
    7. You Will Know The Lion By His Claw
    8. Death And The Maiden
    9. The Night At Catafalque Manor
    10. Alison Hell
    7. The Evil Dead
    8. Preacher Man
    9. War
    10. I Kneel To No God
    11. Black N Roll
    Cradle Of Filth
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  • Woman To Woman Woman To Woman Quick View

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    Woman To Woman

    Woman to Woman is Shirley Brown's first album and finds the singer settling in nicely to a set of slow ballads, all soaked with an ache that the singer seems born to convey. The title track is the song most associated with the singer and one of the great love-triangle melodramas of the '70s, sparking a series of answer songs, the best of which is Barbara Mason's From His Woman to You. While not a song cycle like Millie Jackson's Caught Up, which took the cheating subgenre to its extreme, Woman to Woman does create an insular feeling, wrapping the listener in a string of indirectly related emotional contexts. From the intimacy of So Glad to Have You to the more direct Between You and Me and all points between, Woman to Woman displays all the good and bad complexities that soul singers found at the dark end of the street. - All Music
    1. It Ain't No Fun
    2. Long As You Love Me
    3. Stay With Me Baby
    4. I've Got To Go On Without You
    5. Woman To Woman
    6. So Glad To Have You
    7. Passion
    8. I Can't Give You Up
    9. I Need You Tonight
    10. Between You And Me
    Shirley Brown
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    Sings Lonely And Blue


    Mastered by Bernie Grundman from the Original Analog Master Tapes & Pressed at RTI!


    Numbered Deluxe Laminated Gatefold Jackets! Only 2500 Numbered Limited Edition Copies Worldwide!


    Roy Orbison's first album recorded for Monument was released in 1961 and features Come Back To me (My Love) and Only The Lonely.


    Features:

    • Numbered Deluxe Laminated Double Gatefold Jackets

    • Only 2500 Numbered Limited Edition Copies Worldwide!

    • Audiophile 180g, 45rpm Vinyl

    • Double LP

    • Pressed at RTI

    • Mastered by Bernie Grundman from the Original Analog Master Tapes!


    Time and familiarity -- through multiple reissues -- may have muted the seeming significance of some of what's here, but in 1960 Sings Lonely and Blue was not only a breakthrough for Roy Orbison as his debut LP, but also for rock & roll. Up to that point, apart from Elvis Presley -- who was in a class by himself -- few white rock & rollers had even tried to make as bold a use of the LP as what we hear on this record. Orbison, his collaborator Joe Melson, and producer Fred Foster turned the singer's debut long-player into a huge canvas for a sound that combined rock & roll's beat, Nashville's countrypolitan sound, and the singer's unique multi-octave range and operatic intensity into something unique in music.


    The single Only the Lonely may have been the most accessible and commercial side of this new sound, but the whole album was packed with great moments and different permutations of that sound: the powerful lead vocal and the Boots Randolph sax break on I'll Say It's My Fault; the haunting Orbison-Melson Come Back to Me (My Love), which was like a mini-movie script, a vest-pocket romantic melodrama sung with operatic depth and played to a light rock & roll beat; Don Gibson's I'd Be a Legend in My Time, and I Can't Stop Loving You, both filled with larger-than-life musical attributes and emotions behind Orbison's extraordinary singing, Orbison treating the former almost like a Verdi aria while a sax solo, the Anita Kerr Singers, and a dense string section hold it in the realm of pop music; and Bye Bye Love given the new Orbison treatment and sounding like a country-pop symphony.


    The material was uniformly strong and consistent, probably due, in part, to the fact that Fred Foster was able to draw from nearly a year's worth of recording activity to assemble the contents of the album, and he also took advantage of the album's stereo release to devise a crisp, discreet, two-channel mix that brought out all of the details of this sound in notably sharp relief, creating one of the earliest stereo rock & roll albums that was actually superior to its mono equivalent. Indeed, Sings Lonely and Blue was among the first rock & roll LPs to attract the interest of serious audiophile enthusiasts.


    - Bruce Eder (All Music Guide)


    This title is not eligible for discount.

    1. Only the Lonely
    2. Bye Bye Love
    3. Cry
    4. Blue Avenue
    5. I Can't Stop Loving You
    6. Come Back To Me (My Love)
    7. Blue Angel
    8. Raindrops
    9. (I'd Be) A Legend In My Time
    10. I'm Hurtin'
    11. 22 Days
    12. I'll Say It's My Fault
    Roy Orbison
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    Mountain Goats auteur John Darnielle continues to write songs that could inspire a season's worth of TV movie melodramas...the results can be extraordinary. Get the man an orchestra, now. - Entertainment Weekly.
    1. Tallahassee
    2. First Few Desperate Hours
    3. Southwood Plantation Road
    4. Game Shows Touch Our Lives
    5. The House That Dripped Blood
    6. Idylls of the King
    7. No Children
    8. See America Right
    9. Peacocks
    10. International Small Arms Traffic Blues
    11. Have to Explode
    12. Old College Try
    13. Oceanographer's Choice
    14. Alpha Rats Nest
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    Not quite country, Americana, folk, singer-songwriter or pop, Daniel Romano's exquisite and expansive new album, If I've Only One Time Askin', due July 31 on New West Records, is pieces of each, but ultimately the work of a singular mind. Already hailed by Rolling Stone, the 11 new self-produced and largely self-performed songs "lead their baritone-voiced creator down a path filled with countrypolitan crooning, honky-tonk heartache and mid-century melodrama." When no label could encapsulate his myriad creative threads and styles, Romano created his own: Mosey. In the two years since his critically acclaimed third full-length, Come Cry With Me, Romano has toured North America and Europe extensively, supporting and collaborating with a wide spectrum of artists from Old Crow Medicine Show, Wanda Jackson, Hurray For The Riff Raff, and Caitlin Rose. In 2015, Romano again hits the road, touring globally, carrying the low, lonesome sound of Mosey with him.
    1. I'm Gonna Teach You
    2. Old Fires Die
    3. Strange Faces
    4. All The Way Under The Hill
    5. If I've Only One Time Askin'
    6. The One That Got Away (Came Back Today)
    7. There's A Hardship
    8. Learning To Do Without Me
    9. Two Word Joe
    10. If You Go Your Way (I'll Go Blind)
    11. Let Me Sleep (At The End Of A Dream)
    Daniel Romano
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    Years of Refusal is Morrissey's first studio album since 2006's U.K. #1 Ringleader of the Tormentors. The late Jerry Finn, who previously worked on 2004's critical and commercial smash You Are the Quarry, produced Years of Refusal which is the last album he worked on. Long time band members Boz Boorer, Jesse Tobias, Matt Walker, and Solomon Walker play on the album, which also features a contribution from Jeff Beck on the track Black Cloud.


    Morrissey is often recognized as the most important British musician of his generation. The New York Times recently stated, Morrissey isn't just any singer: he has become one of the defining rock stars of the past few decades by virtue of his grand voice, his grander songs, and his charming habit of playing with melodrama. His influence is felt worldwide through the countless artists that cite him as their primary inspiration. Years of Refusal is a masterful work that finds Morrissey and the band at their best with a muscular sound and the inimitable voice and lyrics of a legend.


    1. Something Is Squeezing My Skull
    2. Mama Lay Softly On The Riverbed
    3. Black Cloud
    4. Im Throwing My Arms Around Paris*
    5. All You Need Is Me
    6. When Last I Spoke to Carol
    7. Thats How People Grow Up
    8. One Day Goodbye Will Be Farewell
    9. Its Not Your Birthday Anymore
    10. You Were Good In Your Time
    11. Sorry Doesnt Help
    Morrissey
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    Detroit three piece Ritual Howls new album tells stories fit for Poe
    or Lovecraft. On their debut full length for felte, titled Turkish
    Leather, they incorporate a variety of styles into an ominously
    self-assured statement of intent, Ben Saginaw and Chris
    Samuels' sounds providing an imposing form for Paul Bancell's
    darkly alive lyrics to inhabit. Their influences range from English
    post-punk to Nick Cave to the industrial sounds of Skinny Puppy,
    and the band melds them expertly. Combining field recordings
    with electronics, this music is sound design turned pop.

    Many tracks here feel cinematic - whether it's the industrial
    clanging of "A Taste of You," which brings to mind a Lynchian bar
    scene, or the gothy synths of "Take Me Up," a slow burning track
    that escalates into full on melodrama. It's easy to imagine these
    twangy guitar lines gracing a scene in a Jarmusch film: their
    aesthetic owes as much to Tom Waits as it does Ennio
    Moriccone.


    Ritual Howls manages to take all these influences and come out
    sounding uniquely morbid, raw and unyielding - never derivative.
    It's a record that holds nothing back: the band announcing
    themselves to the world with all of the confidence of long time
    professionals. Their future audience will greet them with
    enthusiasm.

    1. Zemmoa
    2. The Taste of You
    3. Take Me Up
    4. My Friends
    5. Final Service
    6. Helm
    7. No Witnesses
    8. Turkish Leather
    Ritual Howls
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    180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl


    Gatefold Sleeve


    Including 4 Page Lyrics Insert


    Judee Sill is one of rock's more interesting and lesser-known stories. Because of her troubled family history she was looking for an escape of reality. After surviving a heroin addiction and a brief stint as a bank robber, Sill turned her rather intense passions to music. She released two albums and partially completed a third album before her death in 1979.


    Sill's music was complex, elegantly crafted and yet completely devoid of pretension or overwrought melodrama. Unfairly lumped in with other female, proto-adult contemporary songwriters like Joni Mitchell or Carole King, Sill was much closer in spirit to Brian Wilson, Nick Drake, or one her idols, J.S. Bach. She had a gift for making very complicated things sound simple, beautiful.


    The second album Judee Sill made, proved to be her last. Instead of using an outside arranger for the strings for her album Heart Food (as she did on her previous album Judee Sill), Sill did all of the work herself.

    1. There's A Rugged Road
    2. The Kiss
    3. The Pearl
    4. Down Where The Valleys Are Low
    5. The Vigilante
    6. Soldier of The Heart
    7. The Phoenix
    8. When The Bridegroom Comes
    9. The Donor
    Judee Sill
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    When MONO began in 1999, they set out with a simple mission:
    From bliss to bludgeon, no matter how long or winding the path
    may be. Their debut album, Under The Pipal Tree, outlined that
    mission in twisted, psychedelic fury. Subsequent albums would see
    the band honing their craft, mastering their mission, and ultimately
    abandoning that path in favor of more grandiose pursuits. Flanked
    by increasingly larger orchestras, MONO performed live at some of
    the most prestigious venues in New York City, London, Tokyo, and
    Australia. MONO had become an orchestral rock band, a spectacle
    of extreme melancholy and melodrama. By 2012's For My Parents,
    the band had finally reached the logical conclusion of that era; it
    was time to remember where they started, and to rethink where
    they were heading. Less strings? No strings? Louder? Quieter?
    Lighter? Darker? Yes.


    The Last Dawn and Rays of Darkness are a pair of new albums by
    MONO. Recorded simultaneously yet conceptually and creatively
    disparate, the two act as both opposing and complementary sides
    to a story. No strangers to narratives, the twin albums explore
    familiar themes for the band: Hope and hopelessness, love and
    loss, immense joy and unspeakable pain. Those elemental parts of
    life and the complicated relationships they create have never been
    more resonant through MONO's music than they are here.


    The Last Dawn is the first of these two companion albums, and is
    the lighter of the two, thematically and melodically. It contains
    undoubtedly some of MONO's strongest songs ever, drawing on an
    array of influences from minimalist film score to vintage shoegaze.
    It is MONO at their absolute purest, executing an uncanny,
    unspoken dialogue with each other without the dozens of stringed
    instruments that have been so prominent throughout their catalog
    in recent years. The songs are also noticeably more efficient -
    MONO have always been masters of telling compelling stories
    without words. But now they've proven they can do it without frills,
    too.

    1. The Land Between Tides / Glory
    2. Kanata
    3. Cyclone
    4. Elysian Castles
    5. Where We Begin
    6. The Last Dawn
    Mono
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