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    Bad

    Ranked 202/500 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.


    The era of BAD represented Michael Jackson's creative peak as a solo artist. BAD was the first album on which nearly all of the songs were written by Michael and also was the first album in history to produce FIVE consecutive #1 singles - a success that took 2 ½ decades for another artist to match.


    BAD produced nine chart-topping singles, nine ground breaking short films and to date, the Bad album has generated over 45 Million units in sales. BAD was nominated for six Grammys and won two; the album earned Michael the Video Vanguard Award at the MTV VMAs. It was also the first time Michael would tour the world as a solo artist.


    The enormous success of the BAD album and tour was a pivotal moment in Michael's growth as a composer, performer and producer cementing his role as the King of Pop.

    1. Bad (2012 Remaster)
    2. The Way You Make Me Feel (2012 Remaster)
    3. Speed Demon (2012 Remaster)
    4. Liberian Girl (2012 Remaster)
    5. Just Good Friends (2012 Remaster)
    6. Another Part of Me (2012 Remaster)
    7. Man in the Mirror (2012 Remaster)
    8. I Just Can't Stop Loving You (2012 Remaster)
    9. Dirty Diana (2012 Remaster)
    10. Smooth Criminal (2012 Remaster)
    Michael Jackson
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    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
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    Bad 25

    Ranked 202/500 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.

    The era of BAD represented Michael Jackson's creative peak as a solo artist. BAD was the first album on which nearly all of the songs were written
    by Michael and also was the first album in history to produce FIVE consecutive #1 singles - a success that took 2 ½ decades for another artist to
    match. BAD produced nine chart-topping singles, nine ground breaking short films and to date, the Bad album has generated over 45 Million units in sales. BAD was nominated for six Grammys and won two; the album earned Michael the Video Vanguard Award at the MTV VMAs. It was also the first time Michael would tour the world as a solo artist. The enormous success of the BAD album and tour was a pivotal moment in Michael's growth as a composer, performer and producer cementing his role as the King of Pop.
    Now, twenty-five years after the phrase "Who's Bad" became a generation's cultural catchphrase, the legendary album will be celebrated with the release of Bad (25th Anniversary Edition) (LP Version)


    LP version features:
    3 180 Gram LPs in a triple gatefold jacket with full picture sleeves

    LP1: The remastered original BAD album

    LP2 & 3: Rare and previously unreleased material recorded as a part of the BAD sessions in Michael Hayvenhurst studio, including early demo versions of songs from the album as well as outtakes from sessions.

    LP 1
    1. Bad
    2. The Way You Make Me Feel
    3. Speed Demon
    4. Liberian Girl
    5. Just Good Friends (featuring Stevie Wonder)
    6. Another Part of Me
    7. Man in the Mirror
    8. I Just Can't Stop Loving You
    9. Dirty Diana
    10. Smooth Criminal
    11. Leave Me Alone


    LP 2 & 3
    1. Don't Be Messin' 'Round
    2. I'm So Blue
    3. Abortion Papers
    4. Free
    5. The Price of Fame
    6. Al Capone
    7. Streetwalker
    8. Fly Away
    9. Todo Mi Amor Eres Tu (I Just Can't Stop Loving You, sung in Spanish)
    10. Je Ne Veux Pas La Fin De Nous (I Just Can't Stop Loving You, sung in French)
    11. Bad 25 Afrojack Remix (feat. Pitbull - DJ Buddha Edit)
    12. Speed Demon (Nero Remix)
    13. Bad 25 Afrojack Remix (Club Mix)

    Michael Jackson
    $39.99
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 3 LPs Sealed Buy Now
  • Dangerous Dangerous Quick View

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    Dangerous

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    Remastered


    With Dangerous, released in November 1991, Michael Jacksons career really sustained its high. The album entered the Billboard
    200 album chart at number 1 and sold over 32 million copies worldwide in the space of 17 years. The RIAA certified Dangerous 7x
    platinum for shipping 7 million copies in the United States. With hit singles such as Black Or White, In The Closet, Remember
    The Timeh, Jamh, and Who Is Ith, and the unforgettable music videos that supported the tracks, Michael Jackson showed his true
    strength by delivering yet another classic album, despite the fact that it was not produced by Quincy Jones (Off The Wall, Thriller
    and Bad).


    Although Dangerous is definitely part of Jacksons quartet of classic albums (Off The Wall, Thriller, Bad, Dangerous) and shows off
    a diverse range of styles, the multi-platinum number one album is sometimes overlooked. However, we present the album on 180
    grams audiophile double vinyl and with remastered sound, to maximize your listening pleasure.

    LP1 ] Side A


    1 Jam
    2 Why You Wanna Trip On Me
    3 In The Closet


    LP1 ] Side B


    1 She Drives Me Wild
    2 Remember The Time
    3 Can't Let Her Get Away
    4 Heal The World


    LP2 ] Side A


    1 Black Or White
    2 Who Is It
    3 Give In To Me


    LP2 ] Side B


    1 Will You Be There
    2 Keep The Faith
    3 Gone Too Soon
    4 Dangerous

    Michael Jackson
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    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
  • Japan Broadcast 1987 Japan Broadcast 1987 Quick View

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    Japan Broadcast 1987

    Live At Yokohama Stadium - Naka Ward, Yokohama, Japan - On September 27th, 1987


    The show included on this double LP set was taken from the Bad World Tour at Yokohama Stadium on 27th September - the ninth performance of the tour. Broadcast to those locals who were unable to obtain tickets to this historic event, what follows is a simply breathtaking show from one of the finest performers ever to grace a stage. Featuring past and more recent hits, including 'Bad,' 'Thriller,' 'Billie Jean' and 'Beat It,' alongside several cuts from his Jackson 5 days, the result is a recording worthy of a proud inclusion in the collections of every last Michael Jackson fan on the planet.

    LP 1
    1. Wanna Be Startin' Somethin'
    2. Human Nature
    3. This Place Hotel
    4. Jackson 5 Medley: I Want You Back/The Love You Save/Can You Feel It?
    5. She's Out Of My Life
    6. Things I Do For You
    7. Off The Wall
    8. Rock With You
    9. Lovely One
    10. Working Day And Night
    11. Beat It


    LP 2
    1. Billie Jean
    2. Shake Your Body/Don't Stop 'Til You Get Enough Tease/Shake Your Body
    3. Thriller
    4. I Just Can't Stop Loving You
    5. Bad
    6. Michael Jackson 1988 Interview Pt.1
    7. Michael Jackson 1988 Interview Pt.2

    Michael Jackson
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  • Dangerous Dangerous Quick View

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    Dangerous

    With Dangerous, released in November 1991, Michael Jacksons career really sustained its high. The album entered the Billboard
    200 album chart at number 1 and sold over 32 million copies worldwide in the space of 17 years. The RIAA certified Dangerous 7x
    platinum for shipping 7 million copies in the United States. With hit singles such as Black Or White, In The Closet, Remember
    The Timeh, Jamh, and Who Is Ith, and the unforgettable music videos that supported the tracks, Michael Jackson showed his true
    strength by delivering yet another classic album, despite the fact that it was not produced by Quincy Jones (Off The Wall, Thriller
    and Bad).


    Although Dangerous is definitely part of Jacksons quartet of classic albums (Off The Wall, Thriller, Bad, Dangerous) and shows off
    a diverse range of styles, the multi-platinum number one album is sometimes overlooked. However, we present the album on 180
    grams audiophile double vinyl and with remastered sound, to maximize your listening pleasure.

    LP1


    1. Jam
    2. Why You Wanna Trip On Me
    3. In The Closet
    4. She Drives Me Wild
    5. Remember The Time
    6. Can't Let Her Get Away
    7. Heal The World


    LP2


    1. Black Or White
    2. Who Is It
    3. Give In To Me
    4. Will You Be There
    5. Keep The Faith
    6. Gone Too Soon
    7. Dangerous

    Michael Jackson
    $38.99
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
  • Pipes Of Peace Pipes Of Peace Quick View

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    Pipes Of Peace

    Perhaps it isn't surprising that McCartney's grip on the pop charts started to slip with Pipes of Peace, since it was released after his 40th birthday -- and most rockers do not mature particularly gracefully. Although it's rather fascinating that the album didn't reach the Top Ten, despite a blockbuster duet with Michael Jackson in Say Say Say, Pipes of Peace bewilders in other ways, particularly in its allusions to Tug of War. It often seems as if this album was constructed as a deliberate mirror image of its predecessor; it is also produced by George Martin, also contains two duets with an African-American superstar (Jackson here, Stevie Wonder there), also acknowledges an old bandmate (a Lennon tribute there, a Ringo cameo here), and even contains Tug of Peace, a deliberate answer song to its predecessor. If only it were nearly as adventurous as Tug of War! Instead of dabbling in all his myriad musical personas, McCartney settles back into a soft rock groove, tempered somewhat by a desire to be contemporary (which means a heavy reliance on drum machines and synthesizers). Instead of sounding modern, McCartney winds up sounding like an aging rocker desperately trying to keep up with the time, but that in turn means that Pipes of Peace can often reveal what the early '80s were like for aging rockers -- he does embrace technology, but he winds up with immaculate productions that are decidedly of their time. Still, at its best, Pipes of Peace is ingratiating soft rock. In particular, the first side is close to irresistible, with the title track being a mid-tempo mini-epic, Say Say Say being fine pop-funk, So Bad being so sickly sweet that it's alluring, The Man being an effervescent Jackson duet, and The Other Me scoring with its square dance beats and winning McCartney vocal. Not enough to add up to a latter-day triumph from McCartney, but it still contains better songs than its blockbuster mid-'70s counterparts, and even if it's a little lightweight, it has more flair in its craft and more style in its sound than other McCartney albums, which is enough to make it a minor musical success, despite its disappointing chart performance.
    1. Pieces Of Peace
    2. Say Say Say
    3. The Other Me
    4. Keep Under Cover
    5. So Bad
    6. The Man
    7. Sweetest Little Show
    8. Average Person
    9. Hey Hey
    10. Tug Of Peace
    11. Through Our Love
    12. Average Person
    13. Keep Under Cover
    14. Sweetest Little Show
    15. It's Not On
    16. Simple As That
    17. Say Say Say
    18. Ode To A Koala Bear
    19. Twice In A Lifetime
    20. Christian Bop
    Paul McCartney
    $34.99
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
  • Fences Fences Quick View

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    Fences

    New Album Produced By John Vanderslice (Spoon, The Mountain Goats, Samantha Crain)


    Mastered By Bernie Grundman (Michael Jackson's Thriller, Dr. Dre's The Chronic, Carole King's Tapestry)


    180-Gram Vinyl Pressed By Quality Record Pressing


    Vinyl Lacquers Were Cut Directly From Analog Tape


    Dear listener,


    Fences is something new for our band Bombadil. It is more than just an album; it is a new path, a reset after several challenging years. The path began in January 2015, when a longtime member of Bombadil unexpectedly left our band. Daniel Michalak and I sat down to discuss our next steps. It was a time for soul searching. A duo of a bassist and drummer did not feel like a band. Moving forward seemed daunting, but we both felt like there was more to say with the band. We wanted to make music. So we began simply by making some. Writing and recording the Still Bombadil EP was fun. A fast and dirty exploration of a creative idea, no room for fiddling, deadline looming. Our last album, Hold On, had not been like that. It had been an ordeal.


    Daniel suggested composing songs using guitar instrumentals our old bandmate Bryan Rahija had written, and of limiting ourselves to a small palette for the next album: guitar, piano, upright bass, harmony vocals. The goal was to make a folk record, something easy to understand, something beautiful. He shared a demo for "Binoculars" and I loved it. It was simple, elegant. We added it to the live set almost immediately. Daniel continued writing, focusing on guitar, harmony, and emotion. The songs inconveniently had no drums (what was I going to play?!). He instead wrote parts for me to sing and we began collaborating on composing tunes with a similar approach. "Fence" was written together at a friends house in Crozet, Virginia to kill time on tour. An old song of mine, "Long Life," was revived and extended. Percussion parts started to show up. Daniel's commitment to songwriting continued to inspire, a new demo was in my inbox almost weekly. Daniel enlisted the help of an old friend and data scientist, Nasir Bhanpuri, to analyze the success of our old catalog of songs and make suggestions to guide our writing and arranging. It was an experiment that pushed us to take the songs further than we might have in the past. In part, we were throwing ideas at the wall to see what would stick, but we were also searching for something new, actively trying to push ourselves to new creative heights.


    We kept the Bombadil ship moving by accepting all shows, searching for more opportunities to play. We found wonderful people to tour in our band. There were good shows. There were bad ones, too. I learned to be a lead singer on the fly and on stage (with the help of an encouraging septuagenarian opera singer). And we kept writing, practicing, and recording. In July 2015, Stacy Harden sent me an email inquiring if we needed a musician. In his audition, he played through songs like he had been in the band all along. He even knew the harmonies. He had grown up a fan of the band, singing along in the car. In October, Stacy and I drove our equipment across the country for a West Coast tour in a four-day sprint and listened to every song the Beatles recorded. His easy-going spirit was infectious, his presence made the band more fun and more inspiring. We had found our man. "What's So Great About You" was the first collaboration between this new trio, and we started to discover what a new version of our band sounded like.


    In January 2016, the three of us left North Carolina for Littleton, Massachusetts to spend several weeks at a friend's farmhouse. We recorded all day long, cooked together, spent our breaks around a roaring wood stove carefully tended to by Daniel. The resulting demo recordings gave us a roadmap to follow. Our label, Ramseur Records, suggested a producer, a departure after self-recording our last three records. John Vanderslice was given the demos and was enthusiastic about the material. He insisted that we listen closely to Paul Simon's first record. He told us the songs needed a sense of danger, that our demos felt like we were being too careful, and that the songs needed more percussion. John is opinionated, talented, and inspirational. And most of all, making the record with him over 12 days in September 2016 at Tiny Telephone in San Francisco was easy. And fun. And fast. We used only analog equipment, recording to tape through high-end vintage equipment. Bryan came to play his guitar parts (which by this point Stacy had learned for live performances of the material). The recordings were all first takes, new ideas were quickly embraced, mistakes were left alone as intention, very little artificial reverb was used but John's concrete echo chamber was used extensively. We hoped to catch lightning in a bottle and I think that we did.


    To me, Fences represents the journey of the last two years. It is the discovery of a group voice, the willingness to explore collaboration between old friends, and an openness to let new voices into the fold. It is something I am proud to have been a part of and am excited to share with the world. To me, it is an example of the power and positivity of collaboration, of a group of human beings working diligently on a shared vision. If nothing else, I can say that we tried as hard as we possibly could. I can't wait to do it again.


    Thank you for listening,


    James Phillips/Bombadil

    1. What's So Great About You
    2. Not Those Kind of People
    3. Binoculars
    4. Math and Love
    5. Perfect
    6. Fence
    7. Good News Sadie
    8. I Could Make You So Happy
    9. Long Life
    10. Is This Danger
    11. No Snow in the Valley
    Bombadil
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    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
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