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    Murder Ballads

    Nick Cave's been writing songs about killing and other evil things since he first surfaced in 1980 as the Birthday Party's pale, skinny, goth-punk Jim Morrison. But the murder ballads that provide this set's title are different, tantalizingly deliberate. Sure, there's plenty of trademark Cave here, but Murder Ballads is a fascinating concept album that uses the narrative ballad form of the English folk tradition to tell of murder: random deaths, passion crimes, and killing sprees, all in one package. Cave clearly thrives in this genre, and he produces some of his sharpest and most facile writing to date. Song of Joy, a genuinely scary campfire mystery of a murdered family and an unnamed killer, chillingly weaves clues into the lyrics, while Where the Wild Roses Grow is a narrative duet in which killer (Cave) and victim (pop star Kylie Minogue) reveal parallel tales. Cave even shows his knack for adaptation on Bob Dylan's Death Is Not the End: he recontextualizes a song of heavenly comfort into a sort of zombie We Are the World (featuring Minogue, PJ Harvey, Shane MacGowan, and others) in which death is not the end of pain and suffering. Above all, Murder Ballads should be heard as a work of pulp fiction--as sensationally funny as it is harrowing. The already violent traditional song Stagger Lee becomes gangsta folk, so ridiculously packed with obscenity and brutality it would make the Geto Boys cringe. And Cave's (unintentional?) point to would-be censors--that bad-ass songs existed long before rappers polluted the airways--should not be missed. --Roni Sarig
    1. Song Of Joy
    2. Stagger Lee
    3. Henry Lee
    4. Lovely Creature
    5. Where The Wild Roses Grow
    6. The Curse Of Millhaven
    7. The Kindness Of Strangers
    8. Crow Jane
    9. O'Malley's Bar
    10. Death Is Not The End
    Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds
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    If Then Not When

    The ghost stories, murder ballads and grimoires on Louisville, KY's King's Daughters & Sons full-length album If Then Not When are haunting, spare and at times explosively unsettling; part William Faulkner, part Led Zeppelin. Informed by, but not beholden to the history of its members (Shipping News, Rachel's, The For Carnation, Shannon Wright), their songs are singular, thoughtful and best heard loud. If Then Not When was made direct to 2 tape in 2008 and 2009 at The Funeral Home by Kevin Ratterman, engineer for California Guitar Trio, My Morning Jacket and Wax Fang. Mastered by Bob Weston, Chicago Mastering Service.
    1. Sleeping Colony
    2. Arc Of The Absentees
    3. Dead Letter Office
    4. The Anniversary
    5. A Storm Kept Them Away
    6. Volunteer
    7. Lorelei
    8. Open Sky
    King's Daughters and Sons
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    Into The Wide

    The fourth album from San Diego-bred five-piece Delta Spirit, Into the Wide was born in a flood-ruined, cave-like, rat-colonized room in the band's new hometown of Brooklyn. After spending more than a year writing together in the windowless studio they rebuilt after Hurricane Sandy wreaked its havoc, the group resurfaced with a batch of demos and headed to Georgia to team up with Ben Allen (a
    producer/engineer known for his work with artists like Animal Collective and Deerhunter). Recorded near an old shipping yard in Atlanta, Into the Wide intimately captures the claustrophobia of Delta Spirit's creative space, turning that tension into a moody meditation on the restlessness of city life, growing older, and longing for escape. With its lyrics largely inspired by the murder ballads of Bob Dylan and Johnny Cash, Into the Wide proves more darkly charged than anything the band's ever offered up before but - thanks to their command of both indelible melody and sprawling, atmospheric arrangements - ultimately emerges as Delta Spirit's most gloriously heavy album so far.
    1. Push It
    2. From Now On
    3. Live On
    4. Take Shelter
    5. Hold My End Up
    6. Into the Wide
    7. Language of the Dead
    8. For My Enemy
    9. Patriarch
    10. Interlude
    11. War Machine
    12. The Wreck
    Delta Spirit
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    Let Me Come Home (Discontinued)

    Broken Records' second album Let Me Come Home started out as a series of sketches and song fragments in frontman Jamie Sutherlands kitchen, later taking form in demo sessions at an old distillery grain store in the Scottish Highlands. The follow-up to 2009's Until The Earth Begins To Part, the album was recorded and produced by Tony Doogan (Mogwai, Delgados, Belle & Sebastian) at his Studio in Glasgow.



    An idea started to form about the direction of the new record based on several films and albums that I became gradually obsessed with at that time. Watching the widescreen emptiness of films Badlands, Rumble Fish and East Of Eden, as well as records such as Bruce Springsteens Nebraska, Nick Caves Murder Ballads, Calexicos Feast Of Wire, and REMs early back catalogue all became a strong influence on the direction of the new songs. It was also during this time that the lyrical theme of the record started to take shape, thinking about what was going on around me in the form of fears and concerns over making relationships work, and a need for security. - Jamie Sutherland

    1. A Leaving Song
    2. Modern Worksong
    3. Dia dos Namarados!
    4. The Motorcycle Boy Reigns
    5. A Darkness Rises Up
    6. Ailene
    7. I Used To Dream
    8. You Know Youre Not Dead
    9. The Cracks In The Wall
    10. Home
    Broken Records
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  • Give Me Convenience Or Give Me Death Give Me Convenience Or Give Me Death Quick View

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    Give Me Convenience Or Give Me Death

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    Track for track and album after album, the Dead Kennedys were the most relentlessly political and controversial stateside punk rock band to gain much public notoriety. Originally released in 1987, Give Me Convenience or Give Me Death collects 17 of the band's singles, compilation tracks, and rarities spanning the eight years they played together.


    This is a wide and deep collection of favorites like California Über Alles and Holiday in Cambodia, but the real reason to pick up this disc is the more obscure and rare material. From 1979, Night of the Living Rednecks has hyperactive mouthpiece Jello Biafra relating a tale of being chased by irate rednecks while the rhythm sections jams. Their version of I Fought the Law rewrites it into a true-to-life murder ballad, while rippers like Life Sentence, Insight, Pull My Strings and Straight A's are off the map unless you were lucky enough to pick up the original singles or compilations that they're pulled from. And Kinky Sex Makes the World Go 'Round is Biafra at his sarcastic best, as he tells of one corporate head instructing another on the economic necessity of a new war. The DKs were a truly important and relevant band, and Give Me Convenience provides 17 livid reasons why. Boy, could we use them now. -- Carl Hanni

    1. Police Truck
    2. Too Drunk To Fuck

    3. California UberAlles
    4. The Man With The Dogs
    5. Insight
    6. Life Sentence

    7. A Child And His Lawnmower
    8. Holiday In Cambodia
    9. Night Of The Living Rednecks
    10. I Fought The Law
    11. Saturday Night Holocaust
    12. Pull My Strings
    13. Short Songs
    14. Straight A's
    15. Kinky Sex (Makes The World Go Around)
    16. The Prey
    17. Buzzbomb From Pasadena
    Dead Kennedys
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  • Small Town Heroes (Awaiting Repress) Small Town Heroes (Awaiting Repress) Quick View

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    Small Town Heroes (Awaiting Repress)

    In 2014, Hurray for the Riff Raff release 'Small Town Heroes,' its debut for ATO Records. The album finds frontwoman Alynda Lee Segarra -
    who settled in New Orleans after leaving her native Bronx at age 17.


    Produced by Segarra and engineered by Andrija Tokic (Alabama Shakes), 'Small Town Heroes' features twelve new, original songs all written or cowritten
    by Segarra, with support from a vivid cast of Crescent City musicians.


    NPR has said that Hurray for the Riff Raff sweeps across eras and genres with grace and grit," never more so than on 'Small Town Heroes.' On the
    hedonist country lament "I Know It's Wrong (But That's Alright)" Segarra sings to a forbidden love "I'll feed you watermelon off the vine," while on "The
    Body Electric she exposes the misogyny of the traditional murder ballad, and warns Delia's gone, but I'm settling the score.


    Ultimately though, many of the songs embody that most magical and fated of American cities, New Orleans. Segarra bears witness to a wave of violence
    that struck the St. Roch neighborhood in St. Roch Blues; yearns for a night at BJ's Bar in the Bywater in Crash on the Highway; and sings of her own
    Lower Ninth Ward home in End of the Line.


    'Small Town Heroes' follows Hurray for the Riff Raff's self-released 2012 album 'Look Out Mama,' which led to a performance at the Newport Folk
    Festival, and praise from Mojo, which compared Segarra to "a soulful, young Loretta Lynn," and The New York Times which hailed the group as part of
    the loosely cohered movement of younger musicians embracing and reframing American roots music, giving it a polish of currency but otherwise leaving
    its bones intact.

    1. Blue Ridge Mountain
    2. Crash on the Highway
    3. Good Time Blues (An Outlaw's Lament)
    4. End of the Line
    5. The New SF Bay Blues
    6. The Body Electric
    7. No One Else
    8. St. Roch Blues
    9. Levon's Dream
    10. I Know It's Wrong (But That's Alright)
    11. Small Town Heroes
    12. Forever Is Just a Day
    Hurray For The Riff Raff
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    The Ghost Who Walks/Stolen Roses

    Karen Elson's The Ghost Who Walks marks the debut solo release from the British singer/songwriter. Her transformation from fashion's favorite redheaded ingÉnue to beguiling chanteuse has been something of a slow burn. In 2003 she provided vocals for a version of Robert Plant's ''Last Time I Saw Her'' and in 2006 she recorded an English language version of ''Je T'Aime..Moi Non Plus'' (''I Love You... Me Neither'') with Cat Power for a Serge Gainsbourg tribute album, but her main musical outlet has been as a founding member of New York City cabaret The Citizens Band, a downtown collective of musicians, performers, artists and acrobats whose lively Weimar-esque performances have enjoyed successful theatrical runs of their politically thematic shows.


    Writing almost exclusively in the sanctuary of a closet in her bedroom, Karen's songwriting blossomed. A fledgling songwriter might naturally be nervous to play their work for a spouse but for Karen the trepidation was exacerbated by her husband's own talent. It took many months of cajoling for Karen to play Jack White her songs but his reaction was immediate: let's get into the studio.


    Karen has already won accolades for her stunning voice, but The Ghost Who Walks is still bound to surprise those who've never seen her perform with her cabaret troupe. The songwriting is especially impressive and, as something of a music obsessive since an early age, Karen sites a long list of influences and inspirations, including Nick Cave, PJ Harvey, Sandy Denny, Opal and Rain Parade. The track The Ghost Who Walks, also the title of her forthcoming album, is a haunting murder ballad but the title came from a high school nickname which Karen endured before embarking on her fashion career. It's an apt title for an elegant and haunting album.


    Artwork By - Miles Johnson , Rob Jones

    Mastered By - Andrew Mendelson

    Mixed By - Jack White III , Vance Powell

    Photography - David Swanson

    Producer - Jack White III

    Recorded By - Joshua V. Smith (tracks: B)
    Vance Powell (tracks: A)

    Written-By - Karen Elson




    Side A


    The Ghost Who Walks


    Bass - Daniel Lloyd

    Drums - Jack White III

    Organ, Electric Guitar - Dean Fertita

    Vocals, Acoustic Guitar - Karen Elson


    Side B


    Stolen Roses


    Accordion, Backing Vocals - Rachelle Garniez

    Acoustic Guitar - Jackson Smith

    Bass - Olivia Jean

    Drums - Marc Fellis

    Guitar - Carl Broemel

    Vocals, Acoustic Guitar - Karen Elson

    Karen Elson
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  • Acoustic Recordings 1998-2016 Acoustic Recordings 1998-2016 Quick View

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    Acoustic Recordings 1998-2016

    JACK WHITE ACOUSTIC RECORDINGS 1998-2016 collects 26 acoustic songs from throughout White's wide-ranging musical career, spanning album tracks, B-sides, remixes, alternate versions, and previously unreleased tracks. The album, arranged in chronological order, includes acoustic songs made famous by The White Stripes, beginning with ''Sugar Never Tasted So Good'' (originally found on The White Stripes' second-ever 7-inch single) and then lighting upon favorites like ''Apple Blossom'' and ''I'm Bound To Pack It Up'' (remixed here from the original recordings on 2000's DE STIJL), ''Hotel Yorba'' and ''We're Going To Be Friends'' (from 2001's WHITE BLOOD CELLS), ''You've Got Her In Your Pocket'' and ''Well It's True That We Love One Another'' (from 2003's GRAMMY® Award-winning ELEPHANT), ''Forever For Her (Is Over For Me),'' ''White Moon'' and ''As Ugly As I Seem'' (from 2005's GET BEHIND ME SATAN) ''Effect & Cause'' (from 2007's ICKY THUMP), and the Beck-produced ''Honey, We Can't Afford To Look This Cheap,'' first found on the B-side to The White Stripes' final single, 2007's ''Conquest.''


    ''City Lights'' (below) was written for The White Stripes' GET BEHIND ME SATAN but then forgotten until White revisited the 2005 album for Third Man's Record Store Day 2015 vinyl reissue and finished the recording in 2016. The track is the first new, worldwide commercially released White Stripes song since 2008.


    Also featured are ''Never Far Away'' (recorded for 2003's COLD MOUNTAIN: MUSIC FROM THE MIRAMAX MOTION PICTURE) and ''Love Is The Truth'' (written and recorded for Coca-Cola's 2006 What Goes Around campaign) as well as the Bluegrass Version of ''Top Yourself'' and an acoustic mix of the epic murder ballad, ''Carolina Drama,'' both written by White and Brendan Benson for The Raconteurs' GRAMMY® Award-winning 2008 album, CONSOLERS OF THE LONELY. White's two chart-topping solo albums, 2012's BLUNDERBUSS and 2014's LAZARETTO, are represented by a remarkably diverse range of material including ''Love Interruption,'' ''On And On And On,'' ''Blunderbuss,'' ''Entitlement,'' ''Want And Able,'' and alternative mixes of ''Hip (Eponymous) Poor Boy,'' ''Just One Drink,'' ''I Guess I Should Go To Sleep,'' and B-side, ''Machine Gun Silhouette.''


    ''This, like (Son House's) 'Grinnin' In Your Face,' is mirror-music,'' writes renowned music journalist Greil Marcus of ''City Lights'' in the album's exclusive liner notes, ''the singer talking to himself, trying to tell himself the truth, which he's going to need if he's going to step out of his door, walk into the world, and fool himself, for just a second, that he's ready to take it on. As you listen, it's no surprise at all that it took most of White's music-making life to bring the song home.''


    The 26 tracks featured on JACK WHITE ACOUSTIC RECORDINGS 1998-2016 were remastered by Andrew Mendelson at Nashville, TN's Georgetown Masters. All songs were written and produced exclusively by Jack White, except ''Never Far Away'' (produced by T Bone Burnett), ''Honey, We Can't Afford To Look This Cheap'' (produced by Beck), ''Top Yourself (Bluegrass Version)'' and ''Carolina Drama'' (written & produced by White & Brendan Benson), and ''Machine Gun Silhouette'' (written by White & Rob Jones).

    LP 1
    1. Sugar Never Tasted So Good
    2. Apple Blossom (Remixed)
    3. I'm Bound To Pack It Up (Remixed)
    4. Hotel Yorba
    5. We're Going To Be Friends
    6. You've Got Her In Your Pocket
    7. Well It's True That We Love One Another
    8. Never Far Away
    9. Forever For Her (Is Over For Me)
    10. White Moon
    11. As Ugly As I Seem
    12. City Lights (Previously Unreleased White Stripes Track)
    13. Honey, We Can't Afford To Look This Cheap
    14. Effect & Cause


    LP 2
    1. Love Is The Truth (Acoustic Mix)
    2. Top Yourself (Bluegrass Version)
    3. Carolina Drama (Acoustic Mix)
    4. Love Interruption
    5. On And On And On
    6. Machine Gun Silhouette (Acoustic Mix)
    7. Blunderbuss
    8. Hip (Eponymous) Poor Boy (Alternate Mix)
    9. I Guess I Should Go To Sleep (Alternate Mix)
    10. Just One Drink (Acoustic Mix)
    11. Entitlement
    12. Want And Able

    Jack White
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    Cheap Trick

    Cheap Trick's eponymous debut is an explosive fusion of Beatlesque melodic hooks, Who-styled power, and a twisted sense of humor partially borrowed from the Move. But that only begins to scratch the surface of what makes Cheap Trick a dynamic record. Guitarist Rick Nielsen has a powerful sense of dynamics and arrangements, which gives the music an extra kick, but he also can write exceptionally melodic and subversive songs. Nothing on Cheap Trick is quite what it seems. While the songs have hooks and attitude that arena rock was sorely lacking in the late '70s, they are also informed by a bizarre sensibility, whether it's the driving He's a Whore, the dreamy Mandocello, or the thumping Gary Glitter perversion ELO Kiddies. The Ballad of TV Violence is about mass murder, while Daddy Should Have Stayed in High School concerns pedophiles. All of it is told with a sense of humor, but it doesn't come off as cheap or smirking because of the group's hard-rocking drive and Robin Zander's pop-idol vocals. Even Oh, Candy, apparently a love song on first listen, is an affecting tribute to a friend who committed suicide. In short, Cheap Trick revel in taboo subjects with abandon, devoting themselves to the power of the hook, as well as sheer volume and gut-wrenching rock & roll -- though the record is more musically accomplished than punk rock, it shares the same aesthetic. The combination of off-kilter humor, bizarre subjects, and blissful power pop made Cheap Trick one of the defining albums of its era, as well as one of the most influential.
    1. Hot Love
    2. Speak Now or Forever Hold Your Peace
    3. He's a Whore
    4. Mandocello (Album Version)
    5. The Ballad of TV Violence (I'm Not the Only Boy)
    6. ELO Kiddies (Single Version)

    7. Daddy Should Have Stayed in High School
    8. Taxman, Mr. Thief (Album Version)
    9. Cry, Cry (Album Version)
    10. Oh, Candy (Album Version)
    Cheap Trick
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    Among The Oak And Ash

    Two veteran singer/songwriters Josh Joplin and Garrison Starr have teamed up here for a very unique and interesting project. Among the Oak & Ash (the name is borrowed from the title of an old folk song) faithfully render traditional ballads and folk tunes but with a contemporary American sound. Their energy and blend of electric and acoustic instrumentation is reminiscent of bands like Fairport Convention and Steeleye Span. With the exception of 2 originals (Joseph Hillstrom and High, Low & Wide) the source material on this debut album consists of tunes whose derivations range from the 1600s through the early 20th Century. Produced by Brian Harrison and Among the Oak & Ash and pressed on 180g Vinyl.


    A lot of people think of folk music as something thats sweet and gentle, but so many of these songs are raunchy and brutal. They cover everything from God to the devil, from unrequited love to murder. Josh Joplin

    1. Hiram Hubbard

    2. Peggy-O

    3. Angel Gabriel

    4. Shady Grove

    5. The Water Is Wide

    6. The Housewife's Lament

    7. Pretty Saro

    8. All The Pretty Little Horses

    9. Come All You Young & Tender Ladies

    10. Joseph Hillstrom 1879-1915

    11. That Long & Lonesome Road

    12. High, Low & Wide

    Among The Oak And Ash
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    Americana (Out Of Stock)

    Don't spook the horse? Too late. Neil Young and one of the greatest garage-rock bands in history reunite on their first studio LP in nearly nine years on Americana, a charged set of familiar folk tunes and murder ballads brilliantly re-imagined by the tireless guitarist/provocateur and his able mates.


    Young has never been predictable, and during a time when his adopted country is largely at a crossroads and dealing with issues related to economic disparity, political fallout, and social upheaval, the Canadian native upends everything on this salient statement, as contemporary as it is timeless. Long preoccupied with topics relating to freedom, justice, and common people, Young turns in what's one of his most salient and relevant reflections on these matters and more by turning to history and tradition.


    Featuring standards such as Oh Susannah, Clementine, God Save the Queen, and Wayfarin' Stranger, the record takes aim at modern issues through the lens of tunes that were bonding agents and communal anthems in the past. Young and Crazy Horse assume a position that functions as a voice of America, speaking to a heritage while sounding alarm bells and wake-up calls to heed in our present. The collective performs Woody Guthrie's signature This Land Is Your Land with the original verses, restoring the song's biting verve and fearless intent.


    Young's seriousness is reflected in the liner notes he penned to accompany each track. As always, the analog aficionado ensured optimal recording methods deliver stunningly lifelike dynamic sound on LP. Young, John Hanlon, and Mark Humphreys produced; John Hausmann, Jeff Pinn, and Hanlon engineered.


    As a thematic bookend to Bruce Springsteen's recent Wrecking Ball, and yet another pertinent Young & Crazy Horse effort, Americana is a seminal collection that no music fan should be without.

    1. Oh Susanna
    2. Clementine
    3. Tom Dula
    4. Gallows Pole
    5. Get a Job
    6. Travel On
    7. High Flyin' Bird
    8. Jesus' Chariot
    9. This Land Is Your Land
    10. Wayfarin' Stranger
    11. God Save the Queen
    Neil Young
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    White Linen (Out of Stock)

    Limited Edition

    The John Henry's have a sound that is un-definable. They draw from a potpourri of influences and styles that blend into something that is part alt-country, part Americana, part jam band and part rock n roll. Compared to likes of Neil Young, The Band and Tom Petty, The John Henrys have developed a reputation for tight musicianship, original arrangements and well crafted song writing. White Linen, the bands third album and their first made with the luxury of a decent recording budget and support of an independent label Canadas Linus Entertainment. The band took their time, recording the album over 7 months, putting down 17 songs, paring it down to a tight ten, with Side A reflecting the influence of the city, and side Bs songs reflecting stories from the country.


    A characteristic of The John Henrys music is the topical songwriting, exploring themes from traditional story-telling, to pain and betrayal, and just moving through life. The album closer Patriot Song, is about a battle between 250 American revolutionaries who called themselves the Patriot Hunters, and the 38th regiment of the British Infantry in 1838 beside a windmill - now a lighthouse - located in Prescott, Ontario. Little One, is taken from a simple daily phrase at the end of the day and Hit The Floor is a nod to dirty 70s AM radio rock. Cold Chill, inspired by the traditional ballad The Banks of the Ohio, is a modern take on the traditional murder ballad. Dawson City an earlier arrangement from their first album, is about leaving the far Northern mining town after a soured relationship.


    This special, limited edition 180gram vinyl of The John Henrys critically acclaimed White Linen album will feature all the hits lined up across a rare, yet gorgeous white vinyl pressing. Only 500 copies will be made available, but each album will come with an exclusive digital download card that will provide free access to all the tracks from the original, full-length CD.

    Side A:
    1. Little One
    2. Edge Of December
    3. hit The Floor
    4. Peace Of Mind
    5. Cold Chill


    Side B:
    6. White Linen
    7. Stars Align
    8. Empty Pockets
    9. Dawson City
    10.Patriot Song

    John Henry's, The
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