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  • Mudhoney Mudhoney Quick View

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    Mudhoney

    With only several singles to their credit (including their classic Touch Me I'm Sick), Mudhoney set out to record their first full-length album in 1989 for the Sub Pop label. With the late-'80s rock scene focusing on glam and thrash metal, Mudhoney and their ilk (Nirvana, Soundgarden, Screaming Trees, and the Melvins, etc.) were a refreshing break from the norm.


    Mudhoney remains one of the band's finest albums, offering an abundance of stripped down, brash three chord rockers. For a taste of Seattle rock before it became copied and homogenized by the mid-'90s, just check out such cuts as This Gift, Flat Out Fucked, You Got It and the suicide tale By Her Own Hand.

    1. This Gift
    2. Flat Out Fucked
    3. Get Into Yours
    4. You Got It
    5. Magnolia Caboose Babyshit
    6. Come to Mind
    7. Here Comes Sickness
    8. Running Loaded
    9. The Farther I Go
    10. By Her Own Hand
    11. When Tomorrow Hits
    12. Dead Love
    Mudhoney
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    Superfuzz Bigmuff EP

    Rock & roll got a badly needed revitalizing overhaul with Seattle's grunge explosion of the late 1980's, and Mudhoney was there to make sure it got done right. Although nearly eclipsed by the success of such bands as Nirvana and Pearl Jam, Mudhoney was arguably the most important grunge band of all. Their Touch Me I'm Sick defined a generation of disenchanted middle-class malcontents bored stiff by the predictable mire that rock & roll had become.


    Superfuzz Bigmuff compiles the band's rare early singles in one convenient package. Twelve essential tracks here, and they all rock mightily. If you're old enough you'll want to say that you were there, if you know what you're talking about, folks might believe you. Do yourself a favor and familiarize yourself with the rock & roll revival that was Mudhoney.

    1. No One Has
    2. If I Think
    3. In 'N' Out Of Grace
    4. Need
    5. Chain That Door
    6. Mudride
    Mudhoney
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    Every Good Boy Deserves Fudge

    1991 will forever be remembered as the year that alternative rock broke through to the masses. It seemed like every other week there was another great new alt-rock album to discover, such as Nirvana's Nevermind, Soundgarden's Badmotorfinger, Primus's Sailing The Seas of Cheese, and the Smashing Pumpkins' Gish, so Mudhoney couldn't have picked a better time to issue their sophomore release. Every Good Boy Deserves Fudge was issued right in the middle of the whole grunge movement, and while it didn't sell in the vast quantities of some other Seattle bands' albums, it did stir up quite a buzz for Mudhoney. Some of the band's finest moments are included here, such as Generation Genocide, Let it Slide, Into the Drink, Who You Drivin' Now? and Fuzzgun '91.
    1. Generation Genocide
    2. Let It Slide
    3. Good Enough
    4. Something So Clear
    5. Thorn
    6. Into the Drink
    7. Broken Hands
    8. Who You Drivin' Now?
    9. Move Out
    10. Shoot the Moon
    11. Fuzzgun '91
    12. Pokin' Around
    13. Don't Fade IV
    14. Check-Out Time
    Mudhoney
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  • Head On The Curb Head On The Curb Quick View

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    Head On The Curb

    This vinyl-only release is mid-period Mudhoney at its rawest. Original bass player Matt Lukin is in top form, as is the rest of the classic lineup, blasting out songs and ideas, some of which went on to be studio-fied for their Warner Bros. debut Piece Of Cake, while others got lost to the dark crevices of time until now. Besides the cover of SCTV classic I Hate The Bloody Queen, these recordings have never been released, and represent a sonic assault that is pure Mudhoney. Raw, unabashed, and sometimes downright no-fi. Head On The Curb writes a new chapter into Mudhoneyâs legendary past.
    Side A



    1. Ritzville
    2. I Want to Live
    3. King Sandbox
    4. 13th Floor Opening
    5. Living Wreck
    6. Acetone



    Side B



    1. No End in Sight
    2. Underide
    3. Fun and Games
    4. Confusion
    5. When in Rome
    6. I Hate the Bloody Queen

    Mudhoney
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    Piece of Cake

    By 1992, Grunge was becoming Rock's new Flavor of the Month, and Mudhoney, being the naturally contrary types that they were, seemed to be getting a bit bored with it. Besides, after several years of roadwork, the band had gained enough speed and precision to allow the Garage Rock and old-school Punk flavors to rise to the surface of their sound.


    Recorded and released in 1992, their third album Piece Of Cake was the band's major-label debut. Songs like No End In Sight and Suck You Dry make it clear these guys were always a Punk band at heart, and if you're looking for heaviness, Ritzville and I'm Spun will convince you they hadn't forgotten how to drop that D tuning. Conrad Uno's production is as no-frills as ever, and the short bursts of goofy noise and techno parodies that punctuate the album make it clear Mudhoney were taking themselves (and their career) no more seriously than they ever had.


    Several songs on the album such as Suck You Dry, Blinding Sun, and Acetone are still consistently featured in Mudhoney's live setlist.

    1. (Untitled Track)
    2. No End In Sight
    3. Make It Now
    4. When In Rome
    5. (Untitled Track)
    6. Suck You Dry
    7. Blinding Sun
    8. Thirteenth Floor Opening
    9. Youth Body Expression Explosion
    10. I'm Spun
    11. (Untitled Track)
    12. Take Me There
    13. Living Wreck
    14. Let Me Let You Down

    15. (Untitled Track)
    16. Ritzville

    17. Acetone
    Mudhoney
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    ...Little Broken Hearts

    White Colored Vinyl


    Little Broken Hearts is the stunning and musically diverse new break-up album from Norah Jones and fifth full-length of her storied career. The 12-song set was produced by Danger Mouse (aka Brian Burton) and features original tracks co-written by Jones and Burton. The album is preceded by the lead single Happy Pills which ushers in a parade of sunshiny hooks and surprised both Jones and Burton from the moment they wrote it: "We didn't know if it fit on the record. But I couldn't stop singing it, and neither could Brian. explains Jones. Eventually we decided it was too much fun, it had to be there."


    In addition to Jones and Burton, the album includes contributions from Blake Mills, Gus Seyffert, Joey Waronker, Heather McIntosh, the Sonus Quartet, Dan Elkin, Jonathan Hischke, Todd Monfalcone and Kennie Takahashi. Little Broken Hearts' artwork draws inspiration from the vintage movie posters that adorn Burton's Los Angeles studio and is loosely based on the poster for the 1965 Russ Meyer film Mudhoney.


    Little Broken Hearts' is the fascinating next step in the artistic evolution of one of the music world's most consistently intriguing singer/songwriters. Jones first emerged on the world stage 10 years ago with the 2002 release of Come Away With Me, her self-described "moody little record" that introduced a singular new voice and grew into a global phenomenon, sweeping the 2003 Grammy Awards and signaling a paradigm shift away from the prevailing synthetic pop music of the time. Come Away With Me has just become the 10th best-selling album of the Soundscan era and has sold 25 million copies worldwide.


    Since then, Jones has released three more critically acclaimed and commercially successful solo albums with Feels Like Home (2004), Not Too Late (2007) and The Fall (2009), as well as two albums with her country collective The Little Willies.


    The 2010 compilation Featuring Norah Jones showed her to possess an incredibly versatile voice by collecting her collaborations with artists as diverse as Willie Nelson, Outkast, Herbie Hancock and the Foo Fighters. Jones previously collaborated with Danger Mouse on his acclaimed 2011 album Rome, a valentine to classic Italian film score music that also featured Jack White.

    1. Good Morning
    2. Say Goodbye
    3. Little Broken Hearts
    4. She's 22
    5. Take It Back
    6. After The Fall
    7. 4 Broken Hearts
    8. Travelin' On
    9. Out On the Road
    10. Happy Pills
    11. Miriam
    12. All A Dream
    Norah Jones
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  • 8-Way Santa (Deluxe Edition) 8-Way Santa (Deluxe Edition) Quick View

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    8-Way Santa (Deluxe Edition)

    TAD was a mighty force in the late-'80s/early-'90s Seattle scene. Their heavy, churning rock/metal/punk buzz was a crucial part of Sub Pop's early years, and, along with peers like Mudhoney, Nirvana, and Soundgarden, they defined the sound that reinvigorated the rock world in the early '90s. TAD was led by the physically imposing yet incredibly sweet singer/guitarist TAD Doyle, with bassist Kurt Danielson (ex-Bundle of Hiss), drummer Steve Wied, and guitarist Gary Thorstensen. With an image that sometimes cast the band as deranged lumberjacks, and influence from Head of David and Killdozer, TAD put a uniquely rain-and-fog-coated Northwest spin on '80s underground rock. The band released two albums and a few EPs on Sub Pop between 1988 and 1991, all of which are now lovingly remastered by the band's friend and engineer Jack Endino (Soundgarden, Nirvana, Mudhoney, Screaming Trees) and repackaged with expansive liner notes.


    In 1991, after tens of thousands of miles on the road in support of God's Balls, and a run of powerful EPs/singles, TAD released their second full-length album, 8-Way Santa. Recorded at Smart Studios in Madison, Wisconsin with Butch Vig, whose work with Killdozer the band admired, 8-Way Santa finds TAD pushing their sound in new directions. Not a band to rest on its laurels, TAD began to add melodic touches to their sound, as evidenced by the lead single, "Jinx." Many touring dates and shows followed the record, and a pair of copyright-infringement brouhahas occurred over the original album cover - which was quickly pulled from stores when the couple portrayed in the cover photo objected - and the corporate-beverage-offending art for a 1990 EP. 8-Way Santa was the last record with the original TAD lineup, and their last album for Sub Pop before jumping to a major label

    1. Jinx
    2. Giant Killer
    3. Wired God
    4. Delinquent
    5. Hedge Hog
    6. Flame Tavern
    7. Trash Truck
    8. Stumblin' Man
    9. Jack
    10. Candi
    11 3-D Witch Hunt
    12. Crane's CafÉ
    13. Plague Years
    TAD
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    Whiskey For The Holy Ghost

    Whiskey for the Holy Ghost is the second solo album from Lanegan, and it was released January 18th, 1994. It builds upon the roots-music foundation Lanegan established with his debut The Winding Sheet. Released during the grunge explosion of the early 1990s, Whiskey for the Holy Ghost showcases Lanegan's growing maturity as a songwriter and vocalist. Lyrically, Lanegan continues to delve into the darker side of the human experience on songs like "Borracho" and the biblical "Pendulum." "House a Home" was released as a single with an accompanying video. Dan Peters of Mudhoney guests on the album, playing drums on the songs "Borracho" and "House a Home."
    1. The River Rise
    2. Borracho
    3. House a Home
    4. Kingdoms of Rain
    5. Carnival
    6. Riding the Nightingale
    7. El Sol
    8. Dead on You
    9. Shooting Gallery
    10. Sunrise
    11. Pendulum
    12. Judas Touch
    13. Beggar's Blues
    Mark Lanegan
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  • Archive From 1959: The Billy Childish Story Archive From 1959: The Billy Childish Story Quick View

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    Archive From 1959: The Billy Childish Story

    Billy Childish has been releasing records, painting, writing poetry and generally doing his own thing for the past 32 years. He first took to the stage back in October of 1977 with the seminal punk garage band The Pop Rivets. They split after two years and from there he joined The Milkshakes along with fellow Pop Riveter Bruce Brand and local lads Micky Hampshire and Russ Wilkins. After that came Thee Mighty Caesars, Thee Headcoats, The Buff Medways and right up to date with his two current ensembles The Musicians Of The British Empire and The Chatham Singers.


    The 51 track compilation Archive From 1959: The Billy Childish Story takes a look back at the more rock 'n' roll aspects of Billy's musical career which is why there's no spoken word or poetry and many of its tracks have been unavailable for ages. In amongst these more well known bands are tracks he recorded solo and with other artists like The Delmonas, Thee Headcoatees, Singing Loins and Kyra Rubella.


    Over the years Billy has been championed by lots of great bands and musicians including Beck, Mudhoney and Kurt Cobain and more recently by Eddie Vedder and The White Stripes. Even with that praise Billy has been largely ignored by the music press in this country which is really surprising as he has now released over 120 albums.

    1. The Buff Medways - Archive From 1959
    2. Wild Billy Childish And The Musicians Of The British Empire - Thatcher's Children
    3. The Milkshakes - I'm Out Of Control
    4. Thee Headcoats - Punk Rock Is Nicht Tot
    5. The Chatham Singers - Evil Thing
    6. Wild Billy Childish And The Musicians Of The British Empire - He's Making A Tape
    7. Thee Headcoats - Pocahontas Was Her Name
    8. The Pop Rivets - Kray Twins (Demo)
    9. Thee Mighty Caesers - You Make Me Die
    10. The Buff Medways - Troubled Mind
    11. Thee Headcoats - Davy Crockett
    12. The Milkshakes - Love Can Lose
    13. Jack Ketch And The Crowmen - Somebody Else
    14. Thee Headcoats - The Day I Beat My Father Up
    15. Kyra - This Wondrous Day
    16. The Buff Medways - Medway Wheelers
    17. The Buff Medways - I'm Glad I'm Not Like David Wise
    18. Thee Headcaotees - When You Stop Loving Me
    19. Wild Billy Childish And The Musicians Of The British Empire - Christmas 1979
    20. Thee Headcaotees - Hurt Me
    21. Thee Mighty Caesers - Loathsome 'n' Wild
    22. The Chatham Singers - An Image Of You
    23. Thee Headcoats - She's In Disguise
    24. Billy Childish And The Singing Loins - I Don't Like The Man I Am
    25. The Chatham Singers - The Man With The Gallows Eyes
    26. Wild Billy Childish And The Musicians Of The British Empire - Snack Crack
    27. Thee Mighty Caesers - Cowboys Are Square
    28. Thee Headcoats - I'm Hurtin'
    29. The Delmonas - I Feel Like Giving In
    30. Billy Childish - Ballad Of Hollis Brown
    31. Thee Headcoats - Every Little Thing
    32. Thee Headcoats - Headcoat Lane
    33. The Buff Medways - Sally Sensation
    34. Thee Headcoats - (We Hate The Fuckin') NME
    35. Thee Mighty Caesers - Lie Detector
    36. Thee Headcoats - What's Wrong With Me
    37. The Buff Medways - Strood Lights
    38. Billy Childish - Get Out Of Here Pretty Girl
    39. Thee Headcoats - It Ain't Mine
    40. The Milkshakes - For She
    41. Billy Childish - The Bitter Cup
    42. Thee Headcoats - Girl From '62
    43. The Pop Rivets - Fun In The UK
    44. Wild Billy Childish And The Musicians Of The British Empire - Birthday Boy
    45. Thee Headcoats - Fingers In The Sun
    46. Jack Ketch And The Crowmen - Mass Ignorance Culture
    47. Thee Headcoats - We'er Gone
    48. Kyra - Today Is The Night
    49. Thee Headcoats - Rusty Hook
    50. Thee Mighty Caesers - I Was Lead To Believe
    51. Wild Billy Childish And The Musicians Of The British Empire - Joe Strummers Grave
    Billy Childish
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  • Beale Street Saturday Night Beale Street Saturday Night Quick View

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    Beale Street Saturday Night

    Clear Vinyl


    Memphis' Beale Street had been a hub of music and activity since the
    1860s. As it was being plowed under for "urban renewal" in 1976, James
    Luther Dickinson-who had played with The Stones, Ry Cooder and the
    Flamin' Groovies (later with Bob Dylan and the Cramps among others), as
    well as produced Big Star, Screamin' Jay Hawkins and Alex Chilton (also,
    The Replacements, Green On Red, and Mudhoney )-decided to not only
    celebrate the legacy of great Memphis music, but make it back into the
    place where both the blues and rock 'n' roll originated.


    A camaraderie of Memphis musicians, photographers, artists, thespians
    and "appropriate weirdos" gathered under Dickinson's direction to record
    the heart of Beale Street-past and present. From Furry Lewis and Sleepy
    John Estes to Sid Selvidge and Dickinson's own Mud Boy & The Neutrons,
    Beale Street Saturday Night is an unparalleled audio trip through Memphis
    music history. Recorded in places varying from artists' homes, to Ardent
    Studios, to The Orpheum Theatre, Beale Street Saturday Night was originally
    created as a fundraiser for the Memphis Development Foundation.
    This reissue will serve a similar purpose as a portion of the proceeds will
    go to support the radio program Beale Street Caravan which focuses on
    Memphis music, new and old.


    Beale Street
    Saturday Night features new liners from Jim Lancaster (who worked on
    the original issue) and previously unseen photos. This first ever reissue
    of Beale Street Saturday Night was done under the supervision and with
    the blessing of the Dickinson family, and it finally makes widely available
    this important music and historical Memphis document for new audiences
    to discover.


    In 1977, Memphis was officially declared "Home of the Blues" by an act
    of Congress. So, welcome home.

    1. Walkin' Down Beale Street - Sid Selvidge
    2. Hernando Horn - Fred Ford
    3. Beale Street Blues - Grandma Dixie Davis
    4. Big Fat Mama/Liquor Store - Sleepy John Estes
    5. Ol' Beale Street Blues - Prince Gabe
    6. Furry's Blues - Furry Lewis
    7. Rock Me Baby- Teenie Hodges
    8. Rock Me Baby - Alex
    9. "Ben Griffin was killed in the Monarch..." - Thomas Pinkston
    10. Frisco Blow - Johnny Woods
    11. On The Road Again - Mud Boy & The Neutrons
    12. "Mr. Handy Told Me 50 Years Ago." - Thomas Pinkston
    13. Chicken Ain't Nothin' But A Bird - Furry Lewis
    14. Roll On, Mississippi - Grandma Dixie Davis
    Various Artists
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  • Self Pollution Radio 1995 (Picture Disc) Self Pollution Radio 1995 (Picture Disc) Quick View

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    Self Pollution Radio 1995 (Picture Disc)

    Limited Edition Picture Disc


    The four-and-a-half hour show, broadcast on January 8, 1995, was a Seattle scenester's delight, featuring live sets from Pearl Jam, Soundgarden, Mudhoney, The Fastbacks, and Mad Season, a spoken word piece from Nirvana's Krist Novoselic, tracks from ex-Nirvana drummer Dave Grohl's 'upcoming solo album' (at least that was how it was credited at the time), impromptu interviews and much more. The Pearl Jam set played that legendary evening, now presented in full for the first time on limited edition picture disc format.

    1. Spin The Black Circle
    2. Satan's Bed
    3. Corduroy
    4. Not For You
    5. Immortality
    6. Last Exit
    7. Blood
    8. Tremor Christ
    9. Porch
    10. Indifference
    Pearl Jam
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    Self Pollution Radio 1995

    140 Gram Clear Vinyl


    Limited To 1000 Copies


    The tracks on this release are taken from A Live FM Broadcast Recorded In Seattle. The four-and-a-half hour show, broadcast on January 8, '95, was a Seattle scenester's delight, featuring live sets from Pearl Jam, Soundgarden, Mudhoney, The Fastbacks, and Mad Season, a spoken word piece from Nirvana's Krist Novoselic. The Pearl Jam set played that legendary evening, now presented in full on this release, was stunning.

    1. Spin The Black Circle
    2. Satan's Bed
    3. Corduroy
    4. Not For You
    5. Immortality
    6. Last Exit
    7. Blood
    8. Tremor Christ
    9. Porch
    10. Indifference
    Pearl Jam
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  • God's Balls (Deluxe Edition) God's Balls (Deluxe Edition) Quick View

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    God's Balls (Deluxe Edition)

    TAD was a mighty force in the late-'80s/early-'90s Seattle scene. Their heavy, churning rock/metal/punk buzz was a crucial part of Sub Pop's early years, and, along with peers like Mudhoney, Nirvana, and Soundgarden, they defined the sound that reinvigorated the rock world in the early '90s. TAD was led by the physically imposing yet incredibly sweet singer/guitarist TAD Doyle, with bassist Kurt Danielson (ex-Bundle of Hiss), drummer Steve Wied, and guitarist Gary Thorstensen. With an image that sometimes cast the band as deranged lumberjacks, and influence from Head of David and Killdozer, TAD put a uniquely rain-and-fog-coated Northwest spin on '80s underground rock. The band released two albums and a few EPs on Sub Pop between 1988 and 1991, all of which are now lovingly remastered by the band's friend and engineer Jack Endino (Soundgarden, Nirvana, Mudhoney, Screaming Trees) and repackaged with expansive liner notes.


    God's Balls, TAD's punishing, noise-drenched debut album, was recorded with Jack Endino at Reciprocal Recording in Seattle in 1988, and released early the following year. In addition to their usual arsenal of guitars, bass, and drums, the band employed a variety of unusual instruments - an empty gas tank from a car, a hacksaw, a large brass tube from a microwave transmitter, CB radio mics, a cello bow used on cymbals to emulate guitar feedback - to thunderous effect, adding a Neubauten-esque clang to the band's rock riffs. After releasing God's Balls, TAD flew to Europe with Nirvana for both bands' first European tour. The now-legendary, month-long tour took the bands to the UK, Ireland, Scotland, France, Belgium, Switzerland, Germany, Austria, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Italy, Denmark and Sweden

    1. Behemoth
    2. Pork Chop
    3. Helot
    4. Tuna Car
    5. Sex God Missy (Lumberjack Mix)
    6. Cyanide Bath
    7. Boiler Room
    8. Satan's Chainsaw
    9. Hollow Man
    10. Nipple Belt
    TAD
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    Vanishing Point

    25 years in, Vanishing Point affirms that, even in an age where only the newest of the new can survive, Mudhoney still have plenty to say and more to offer. These are songs written from the rare vantage point of a band who went through the rock n' roll meat-grinder and not only lived to tell such a tale, they came out full of the wisdom and dark humor such a journey provides. Vanishing Point is filled with dread, psychoanalysis and Nuggets-on-fire riffs; the sort of uninhibited rock music that is harder and harder to locate these days. With Vanishing Point, Mudhoney makes it easy.
    1. Slipping Away
    2. I Like It Small
    3. What to Do with the Neutral
    4. Chardonnay
    5. The Final Course
    6. In This Rubber Tomb
    7. I Don't Remember You
    8. The Only Son of the Widow Nain
    9. Sing This Song Of Joy
    10. Douchebags on Parade
    Mudhoney
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  • Avery County, I'm Bound To You Avery County, I'm Bound To You Quick View

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    Avery County, I'm Bound To You

    ...The music on "Avery County, I'm Bound To You" was played by a fantastic and diverse group of characters. The rhythm
    section is Matt Weiner (Blue4Trio, Hot Club Of Cowtown) on upright and electric bass and Dan Peters (Mudhoney,
    Screaming Trees, Nirvana .briefly) on drums.


    The horn and woodwind section were made up of Hans Teuber (Bill Frisell, Wayne Horvitz, Ani Difranco) and Steve
    Moore (Jim White, Earth, sunn0))), Laura Veirs). These two multi-instrumentalists covered a lot of sonic territory with
    flute, piccolo, alto flute, clarinet, trombone, Wurlitzer and Hammond Organ.

    And we did our best to keep our roots with a few local Folk and Old Time players: Charlie Beck on banjo, Nova Devonie
    on accordion, and Jakob Breitbach on fiddle.


    The production team was veteran producer Martin Feveyear (Mark Lanegan, Jesse Sykes, Hey Marseilles, Mudhoney,
    etc) and Matt Weiner who produced my 2010 release, Together You and I...


    - Barton Carroll, July 1, 2013

    1. The Straight Mile
    2. It Had To Be a Train
    3. Laveda
    4. The Beech Mountain Waltz
    5. Pauline
    6. What a Picture Is
    7. Mama's Making Something On the Loom
    8. Every Little Bit Hurts
    9. The Saviors of the World
    10. Avery County, I'm Bound To You
    Barton Carroll
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    Jar Of Flies / Sap

    Import

    Remastered


    Music On Vinyl reissued ALICE IN CHAINS album DIRT.
    Chronologically, that album fits right in between the two discs in this limited vinyl package, which
    combines the JAR OF FLIES and SAP EPs.


    SAP was originally released early 1992, half a year before DIRT came out. It features guest
    appearances by Ann Wilson (Heart), Mark Arm (Mudhoney) and Chris Cornell (Soundgarden).
    JAR OF FLIES was released in January 1994 and shows a side of the band that was unknown until then:
    predominately acoustic songs and the use of instruments like the harmonica and a talk-box.

    LP 1
    1. Rotten Apple

    2. Nutshell
    3. I Stay Away
    4. No Excuses
    5. Whale & Wasp

    6. Don't Follow
    7. Swing On This


    LP 2
    1. Brother
    2. Got Me Wrong
    3. Right Turn
    4. Am I Inside
    5. Love Song
    (Side D - Etch)

    Alice In Chains
    $44.99
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    Fake Train

    Comes on like an homage to Wire's 1 2 X U as filtered through Minor Threat and a broken bottle of Robitussin. - Pitchfork


    It's no contest: Unwound is the best band of the '90s. - A.V. Club


    After the Pacific Northwest grunge raids of the early '90s that saw Nirvana, Mudhoney, and even the Melvins hoisted up the major label flagpole, Unwound's 1993 debut came as a welcomed reprieve for underground noise-niks everywhere. A pulsing cluster of wiry feedback, lurching bass, and single stroke rolls, Fake Train entangles the energies of frustrated backpack emo, faded Riot Grrrl back issues, and their own dash of teen spirit and unleashes it all in an earsplitting 10-song assault.

    1. Dragnalus
    2. Lucky Acid
    3. Nervous Energy
    4. Valentine Card
    5. Kantina
    6. We Are And Was Or Is
    7. Honourosis
    8. Pure Pain Sugar
    9. Gravity Slips
    10. Star Spangled Hell
    11. Ratbite
    12. Feeling$ Real
    Unwound
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    Salt Lick (Deluxe Edition)

    TAD was a mighty force in the late-'80s/early-'90s Seattle scene. Their heavy, churning rock/metal/punk buzz was a crucial part of Sub Pop's early years, and, along with peers like Mudhoney, Nirvana, and Soundgarden, they defined the sound that reinvigorated the rock world in the early '90s. TAD was led by the physically imposing yet incredibly sweet singer/guitarist TAD Doyle, with bassist Kurt Danielson (ex-Bundle of Hiss), drummer Steve Wied, and guitarist Gary Thorstensen. With an image that sometimes cast the band as deranged lumberjacks, and influence from Head of David and Killdozer, TAD put a uniquely rain-and-fog-coated Northwest spin on '80s underground rock. The band released two albums and a few EPs on Sub Pop between 1988 and 1991, all of which are now lovingly remastered by the band's friend and engineer Jack Endino (Soundgarden, Nirvana, Mudhoney, Screaming Trees) and repackaged with expansive liner notes.


    After their 1989 debut album, God's Balls, TAD continued to write and record, releasing a string of singles and the Salt Lick EP between 1989 and 1990. Salt Lick features the single "Wood Goblins," the video for which MTV banned because it was, to the delicate eyes of MTV programmers, "too ugly." The sounds of Salt Lick are, indeed, wonderfully ugly, thanks in part to the involvement of noise-rock technician Steve Albini (Big Black, Shellac, Nirvana, The Jesus Lizard), who recorded the EP. The band continued to release singles and gain momentum in the press. As TAD himself puts it: "Lyrically we had a lot of subject matter that was meant to be tongue in cheek from the beginning but had been presented by Sub Pop and ourselves as true-to-life. As a result, the press had taken it all seriously and began to feed on and ravenously devour the mythology that we had created."

    1. Axe To Grind
    2. High On The Hog
    3. Wood Goblins
    4. Hibernation
    5. Glue Machine
    6. Potlatch
    TAD
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    City Of Refuge

    In her relatively short musical career, Abigail Washburn has covered a lot of ground; both physically and metaphorically. Bouncing between China and Appalachia has informed much of her musical output and influenced a body of work that goes far beyond the usual claw hammer banjo repertoire.



    Her Rounder debut, City of Refuge is a sublime marriage of old-time and indie-pop. On the album Washburn pairs venerable folk elements with far-flung sounds, and the results feel both strangely familiar and unlike anything anybody's ever heard before. The album features My Morning Jacket's Car Broemel, The Decemberists' Chris Funk, Turtle Island Quartet's Jeremy Kittell, atmospheric jazz guitarist Bill Frisell, veteran Nashville studio percussionist Kenny Malone, Old Crow Medicine Show's Ketch Secor and Morgan Jahnig, Wu Fei, master of the guzheng, and the Mongolian stringband Hanggai, who managed to contribute ambient throat-singing from halfway around the world.



    The album was produced by Tucker Martine (The Decemberists, Tift Merritt, Mudhoney) and features the talents of multi-instrumentalist, singer/songwriter, Kai Welch (Tommy and the Whale). City of Refuge offers an expansive palette of supple and modern textures resulting in a remarkably harmonious piece of art.

    1. Prelude
    2. City of Refuge
    3. Bring Me My Queen
    4. Chains
    5. Ballad of Treason
    6. Last Train
    7. Burn Thru
    8. Corner Girl
    9. Dreams of Nectar
    10. Devine Bell
    11. Bright Morning Stars
    Abigail Washburn
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    Medicine Country

    She may be considered the U.K. garage-rock queen (SPIN), but Holly Golightly has always embraced the sounds of the American south. She followed that muse to the dry, rural county of Madison, Georgia, where she now lives on a farm raising horses, chickens, and the curiosity of her neighbors. Golightly and The Brokeoffs (a.k.a. one-man band and frequent Golightly collaborator Lawyer Dave) recorded their new album Medicine County in an abandoned, recently foreclosed upon church nearby.


    Medicine County features twelve new recordings, including eight originals by Golightly and The Brokeoffs, alongside traditional numbers like Blood on the Saddle and Jack ODiamonds. While theres a spectral quality to those traditional songs and others on the album, Golightly offers some levity, and a sharp lyrical wit, on tunes like Eyes in the Back of My Head and the albums title track, a postcard from their new home. Its a testament to the caliber of Golighty and The Brokeoffs writing that the trad numbers consort seamlessly with their originals.


    The Washington Post has noted that Holly Golightly can make you believe in past lives and shes lived a few of her own. While Amy Winehouse and Duffy were in grade school, Golightly was fronting girl-group revival harbingers Thee Headcoatees. More recently she has collaborated with groups like The White Stripes and Mudhoney, and in 2005, two of her recordings were featured prominently in the acclaimed Jim Jarmusch film Broken Flowers. Since 2007, she has performed with The Brokeoffs, a partnership Pitchfork calls heartily ramshackle, and American Songwriter magazine has hailed as genuine, inspired and soulful.

    1. Forget It
    2. Two Left Feet
    3. Medicine County
    4. Can't Lose
    5. Murder In My Mind
    6. Blood On The Saddle
    7. When He Comes
    8. Escalator
    9. Eyes In the Back of My Head
    10. Dearly Departed
    11. Don't Fail Me Now
    12. Jack ODiamonds
    Holly Golightly
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    Ultramega OK

    This remixed and expanded reissue of Soundgarden's Ultramega OK is a long-planned "correction" of the legendary band's Grammy®-nominated debut full-length. The album was originally recorded and released in 1988 on SST Records. While the band enjoyed working with the original producer, Drew Canulette, they soon realized they weren't quite happy with the final mix. Thus, shortly after the album's release, the band decided to remix the album for subsequent pressings. However, success intervened: the band rapidly scored a deal with A&M and began work on their major-label debut, Louder Than Love, and the Ultramega OK remix project fell by the wayside as Soundgarden climbed their way to (ultra)mega-stardom.


    In 2016, after worldwide success, a breakup, a reunion, and many albums and tours, the band finally acquired the original multi-track tapes to Ultramega OK and carved out time to dig into the remix. They handed the tapes over to longtime friend and engineer Jack Endino (Nirvana, Mudhoney, Screaming Trees, Skin Yard), who worked with the band to create a fresh mix of the album that, for the band, ties up this persistent loose end and remedies the sound of their debut album.


    While they were at it, the band dug out six early versions of tracks that wound up on Ultramega OK. The songs were recorded in 1987 on 8-track tape by Jack Endino and Chris Hanzsek at Reciprocal Recording in Seattle, and mixed by Jack Endino in 2016. These versions feature the band in raw, powerful form -sonically closer to the band's Endino-recorded debut EP Screaming Life - and provide a fascinating window into the development of songs that eventually became staples of the band's set. The six songs comprise what the band refers to as Ultramega EP, and they are included in this reissue.


    Hailed as grunge innovators, Soundgarden redefined rock music for a generation. In the '80s, the band - singer/guitarist Chris Cornell, guitarist Kim Thayil, bassist Hiro Yamamoto, and drummer Matt Cameron - combined a punk ethos, brutal metal soundscapes, and Cornell's ravenous roar to capture the attention of the masses. Jagged and ferocious, their music was deeply at odds with the synth-pop and hair metal which dominated the 80's airwaves. Early indie releases, including seminal Screaming Life and Ultramega OK, quickly led to a dedicated indie following as the band toured on both sides of the Atlantic. Subsequent albums, including Badmotorfinger, Superunknown, and Down on the Upside, achieved multi-platinum sales and launched the band to international fame.

    LP 1
    1. Flower
    2. All Your Lies
    3. 665
    4. Beyond the Wheel
    5. 667
    6. Mood for Trouble
    7. Circle of Power
    8. He Didn't
    9. Smokestack Lightning
    10. Nazi Driver
    11. Head Injury
    12. Incessant Mace
    13. One Minute of Silence


    LP 2
    1. Head Injury (Early Version)
    2. Beyond the Wheel (Early Version)
    3. Incessant Mace (Short) [Early Version]
    4. He Didn't (Early Version)
    5. All Your Lies (Early Version)
    6. Incessant Mace (Long) [Early Version]

    Soundgarden
    $25.99
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  • Singles (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (Deluxe) Singles (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (Deluxe) Quick View

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    Singles (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (Deluxe)

    A Newly Expanded And Remastered Edition In Celebration Of The Film's 25th Anniversary


    2xLP Vinyl Package Containing Bonus CD Of Rarities And Unreleased Tracks


    Newly Released Bonus CD Features Previously Unreleased Recordings By Chris Cornell, Mike Mccready, Mudhoney, And Paul Westerberg In Addition To Rarities Such As Cornell's 1992 EP Poncier


    Includes Liner Notes And A Track-By-Track Description Of The Album's Music Written Especially For This Collection By Cameron Crowe, The Screenwriter And Director Of "Singles"


    Epic Soundtrax and Legacy Recordings, the catalog division of Sony Music Entertainment, will celebrate the 25th anniversary of Cameron Crowe's groundbreaking romantic comedy, "Singles," with the release of a newly expanded and remastered edition of the Singles: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack album.


    The 2xLP edition features the album's original 13 tracks newly mastered and freshly pressed across four sides of collectible 12 vinyl. The bonus CD of rarities and unreleased tracks is included as a special insert in the 2xLP 12 vinyl package.


    The newly released bonus CD features previously unreleased recordings by Chris Cornell, Mike McCready, Mudhoney, and Paul Westerberg in addition to rarities such as Cornell's 1992 EP Poncier (debuting an early rendition of "Spoonman") and tracks from the film not included on the best-selling soundtrack album first released on June 30, 1992. The success of "Singles" helped establish a then-emerging new generation of rock artists-including 2017 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Inductees Pearl Jam, Alice In Chains and Soundgarden-as musical forces to be reckoned with.


    The expanded edition of the "Singles" soundtrack includes, for the first time on CD, "Touch Me I'm Dick," the signature track from "Singles" performed by Citizen Dick (a fictional band created for the film featuring frontman Matt Dillon backed by Pearl Jam's Eddie Vedder, Stone Gossard and Jeff Ament).


    The new Epic Soundtrax/Legacy Recordings edition of the Singles: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack includes liner notes-and a track-by-track description of the album's music-written for especially for this collection by Cameron Crowe, the screenwriter and director of "Singles." The newly expanded edition of the film's soundtrack is produced by Danny Bramson and Cameron Crowe and mastered by Mike Piacentini at Battery Studios, New York.


    Set in Seattle at the beginning of the 1990s, Crowe's film featured music by relatively obscure (at that time) bands like Pearl Jam, Alice In Chains and Soundgarden, providing an introduction to an emerging grunge rock music scene for a welcoming mainstream audience. The film became a cult classic while the soundtrack achieved RIAA double platinum status in the US.


    A romantic comedy capturing the zeitgeist of an era, "Singles" helped define the look, sound, attitude and style of Generation X with a fresh-faced ensemble cast featuring Bridget Fonda, Campbell Scott, Kyra Sedgwick, Matt Dillon, Bill Pullman, Sheila Kelly, Jim True-Frost, James LeGros, Ally Walker, Jeremy Piven, Eric Stoltz, Tim Burton and more.


    Crowe's groundbreaking film chronicling the lives of Seattle's twentysomethings touched a nerve in the culture while the movie's best-selling soundtrack-with tracks from new artists and classic rockers-provided a critical overview of the roots of grunge and the essential contributions of Seattle rock. Alongside new songs like Alice In Chains' "Would?" and Pearl Jam's "Breath" and "State of Love and Trust" stood the Jimi Hendrix Experience's "May This Be Love" and a breathtaking cover of Led Zeppelin's "The Battle of Evermore" performed by The Lovemongers (a musical side project created by Heart's Ann Wilson and Nancy Wilson).


    The first edition of the Singles: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack was originally released on June 30, 1992 and became a chart-topping best-seller three months prior to the theatrical release of the film. The soundtrack included music from key bands from the Seattle music scene-including Alice In Chains, Pearl Jam and Soundgarden-while Paul Westerberg, in his first solo recordings outside The Replacements-contributed two songs and provided the score for the film. Smashing Pumpkins were also featured on the soundtrack with the song "Drown."


    "The album itself was always designed to be sort of an anti-soundtrack, more like a souvenir and a simple mix-tape of some of Seattle's finest," said Cameron Crowe. "It really is and was a tribute to those hard-working bands that welcomed me to their city with open arms, and the music so many still love so much. Anyway, here we are now revisiting 'Singles,' the film, as well as the soundtrack you hold in your hands, expanded with a special tip of the hat to the fans of the original release. Included are unreleased and raw elements that helped shape the experience of making the movie back in 1991. Hope you enjoy the trip back as much as I did - Viva Seattle!"


    25 years ago, the film "Singles" and its soundtrack worked together to bring the underground Seattle music scene to the forefront of mainstream consciousness. The album was among the first top-selling movie soundtracks of the 1990s to showcase new material from emerging contemporary bands. The expanded edition of Singles: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack is cause to celebrate anew the radical rock sounds that radiated out of the American Northwest a quarter century ago and changed pop music forever.

    LP 1
    1. Would? - Alice In Chains
    2. Breath - Pearl Jam
    3. Seasons - Chris Cornell
    4. Dyslexic Heart - Paul Westerberg
    5. Battle Of Evermore - The Lovemongers
    6. Chloe Dancer/Crown Of Thorns - Mother Love Bone


    LP 2
    1. Birth Ritual - Soundgarden
    2. State of Love And Trust - Pearl Jam
    3. Overblown - Mudhoney
    4. Waiting For Somebody - Paul Westerberg
    5. May This Be Love - The Jimi Hendrix Experience
    6. Nearly Lost You - Screaming Trees
    7. Drown - Smashing Pumpkins


    Bonus CD
    1. Touch Me I'm Dick - Citizen Dick (first time on CD)
    2. Nowhere But You - Chris Cornell (Poncier)
    3. Spoon Man - Chris Cornell (Poncier)
    4. Flutter Girl - Chris Cornell (Poncier)
    5. Missing - Chris Cornell (Poncier) (first time on CD)
    6. Would? (live) - Alice In Chains (first time on CD)
    7. It Ain't Like That (live) - Alice In Chains (first time on CD)
    8. Birth Ritual (live) - Soundgarden (first time on CD)
    9. Dyslexic Heart (acoustic) - Paul Westerberg (first time on CD)
    10. Waiting For Somebody (score acoustic) - Paul Westerberg (previously unreleased)
    11. Overblown (demo) - Mudhoney (previously unreleased)
    12. Heart and Lungs - Truly
    13. Six Foot Under - Blood Circus
    14. Singles Blues 1 - Mike McCready (previously unreleased)
    15. Blue Heart - Paul Westerberg (previously unreleased)
    16. Lost In Emily's Words - Paul Westerberg (previously unreleased)
    17. Ferry Boat #3 - Chris Cornell (previously unreleased)
    18. Score Piece #4 - Chris Cornell (previously unreleased)

    Various Artists
    $29.99
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  • Get Back Get Back Quick View

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    Get Back

    It's doubtful that Stephen McBean set out to make The Great Rock 'N' Roll Primer when he started conjuring the
    songs that would come to be Pink Mountaintops' Get Back.


    The record's beginnings were reasonably straightforward: McBean had moved to Los Angeles, taken a long hiatus
    from Black Mountain and an even longer one from Pink Mountaintops when he met producer Joe Cardamone, lead
    singer of Icarus Line at Valley Recording Company in Burbank,CA.The two bonded quickly over Flying Nun bands,
    Television Personalities, Roxy Music, Johnny Thunders, and Born Against. Joe was excited to meet someone he
    actually liked. Stephen was excited to work with someone who said Sing it like you would've sung it when you were
    21. Simple enough,right?


    But ask him to set the scene and you'll hear about a motorcycle shop owned by Michael Barragan, former member
    of Los Angeles noise rock band Plexi. You'll hear about an endless supply of rock 'n' roll video documentation for
    last minute inspiration or de-evolution in the living room.Ask who's on the record and you'll get a constellation of
    greats:J Mascis(DinosaurJr &Witch),Rob Barbato (Darker My Love,The Fall & Cass McCombs), Steve Kille (Dead
    Meadow), Daniel Allaire (Brian Jonestown Massacre, Cass McCombs & Darker My Love), Annie Hardy (Giant
    Drag), Jon Wahl(Clawhammer), and Gregg Foreman (Cat Power & Delta 72).Randal Dunn (Sunn O))),Earth, Sun
    City Girls, Boris) mixed Get Back at Avast! Studios (Bikini Kill, Mudhoney, Christ On A Crutch, Soundgarden) in
    Seattle. Howie Weinburg (Nirvana, Beastie Boys, Danzig, Ramones, Slayer) mastered it in Laurel Canyon.


    Ask about the record itself and McBean will tell you about Alleys, curbs, walls, and cigarette stained gig flyers.An
    island on the Pacific coast. Fake British towns. Slayer posters.The beauty of youth.It's about listening to Driver's Seat
    and 'Guns of Brixton' and hotboxing The Duster. And suddenly it becomes clear: when the aliens do touch down
    and they don't know rock 'n'roll, you can play them Get Back start to finish, and that'll be all they need.


    Get Back comes out swinging with Ambulance City, a head-trip of a song with a chugging, insistent, oddly timeless
    guitar riff sitting front and center.The Second Summer of Love needs almost no explanation; it dives into 80s VHS
    saturation and never comes up for air. Sell Your Soul is a deep sigh and a motorcycle ride, a roll in the grass
    lamenting summertime blues with a little grit and a little harmony. And North Hollywood Microwaves is
    downright obscene. But what better way to start Side B than this? You can listen at hushed volumes so your parents
    don't hear, you can crank it in a dorm room, you can smirk to yourself from the safety of rock 'n'roll's old age.You
    start to wonder- why don't all Side Bs start with a song like this one


    The number of platitudes in music hit critical mass years ago, and among those tropes is that annoying, inescapable
    mantra:rock 'n'roll is undefinable.And yeah,sure, that's true. It's different things to different people. It starts with
    guitars, maybe, and ends with a stage-dive, or spit, or feedback. Rock 'n'roll is drugs, is rebellion, is youth, is sex, is
    cosmic. It's wanting more than you have.Rock 'n'roll is butts and cigarette butts.And Pink Mountaintops might not
    be the best-known band ever to make rock 'n' roll, but in Get Back they just might have written its scripture -- an
    exploration and celebration of what, exactly,rock 'n'roll can be.

    1. Ambulance City
    2. The Second Summer of Love
    3. Through All The Worry
    4. Wheels
    5. Sell Your Soul
    6. North Hollywood Microwaves
    7. Sixteen
    8. New Teenage Mutilation
    9. Shakedown
    10. The Last Dance
    Pink Mountaintops
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    It's A Shame About Gemma Ray (Out Of Stock)

    Pop-noir songstress Gemma Ray releases the results of impromptu sessions with Matt Verta-Ray (of Madder Rose, Speedball Baby, Heavy Trash) at his New York studio over the 2009/2010 New Year period. Ray laid down a series of haunting hypnotic versions of her favorite tracks ranging from Etta James to Sonic Youth via Lee Hazlewood, Mudhoney and Buddy Holly.
    1. Put The Bolt In The Door
    2. I'd Rather Be Your Enemy
    3. Ghost On The Highway
    4. SUD
    5. Touch Me, I'm Sick
    6. Just Because
    7. Swampsnake
    8. Everyday
    9. Rosemary's Baby vs Drunken Butterfly
    10. Bei Mir Bist Du Shein
    11. Big Spender
    12. Looking The World Over

    13. Only To Other People
    14. I'd Rather Go Blind
    15. I'm Gonna Lock My Heart

    16. I've Got A Crush On You
    Gemma Ray
    $15.99
    Vinyl LP - Sealed Temporarily out of stock
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