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    Nothing More


    "Let me open by saying I'M BLOWN AWAY ! Starting with Ballast I was hooked Christ Copyright kept me there and then this Mr. MTV track made me think that Gavin Rossdale (Bush) and Geddy Lee (Rush) merged to become the singer. The sequence of this album is perfect although I'd move Jenny (#13) up to earlier as it kills as well. Gyre was stunning / acoustic and really was perfectly placed as a track. Also loved The Matthew Effect and Here's To The Heartache, especially #10, If I Were. In summary no filler and from the second I heard the words (Holding each other like ransom notes) I was lyrically hooked as well." - Randy Lennox - CEO, Universal Music (Canada)


    With soaring vocal melodies, meticulous atypical rhythmic structures, huge anthemia choruses and lyrical content that restores the art of storytelling, NOTHING MORE is set to take over the airwaves with the upcoming, self-titled Eleven Seven Music debut album. With tracks like "This Is The Time (Ballast)" - they are ready to raise the standard for contemporary rock music.


    The hotly pursued band was thrilled to sign their deal with Eleven Seven Music Group "The day has finally come that we are partnering with a label that feels as passionately as we do about conquering the world through music;" says vocalist Jonny Hawkins. "We couldn't be prouder to be working with the amazing people at Eleven Seven!" Danny Wimmer from Armsdivsion Management adds "While most labels in todays new music business are chasing pop culture and radio trends, Eleven Seven music has stayed true to the rock genre and continues to double down on expanding their reach in the genre. I couldn't be more excited to have Nothing More join the Eleven Seven Music family."


    This is the Time (ballast)Eleven Seven Music Group CEO, Allen Kovac adds "Every 10 years or so there is a band that sonically and lyrically shakes things up and cuts through the clutter. For true rock fans that moment has arrived with Nothing More. That is why we signed them to a 5 album guaranteed contract," he says. The whole world is buzzing about this band, with everyone from radio programmers to promoters to music magazines agreeing that a special band has arrived.

    1. Ocean Floor
    2. Ballast
    3. Christ Copyright
    4. Mr. MTV
    5. First Punch
    6. Gyre
    7. I'll Be Ok
    8. Sex & Lies
    9. Surface Flames
    10. Take A Bullet
    11. Jenny
    12. God Went North
    13. Pyre
    Nothing More
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    Delirium

    With their 8th studio album the Italian Gothfathers decided it was time to up the ante, switch into heavy mode and finally take full creative control over every aspect of their album "Delirium". They created an audio-visual setting that is allowing for flashing glimpses of a dark place that will take their listeners on an entrancing trip. Or as LACUNA COIL say in their very own synopsis of "Delirium"


    "'Delirium' is about the horrors that we must face in everyday life by exploring the unknown, and to one day, hopefully find the cure." After being heavily involved with previous productions Marco "Maki" Coti-Zelati took over the leading role as producer together with his fellow bandmates. Marco Barusso co-produced as well as recorded the guitar solos for "Delirium" Mark Vollelunga of Nothing More added a solo to "Blood, Tears, Dust" while Myles Kennedy (Alter Bridge and many more) came up with a tailor-made one for "Downfall". However, LACUNA COIL went even further with Marco "Maki" Coti-Zelati creating the artwork for "Delirium" himself, based on an atmospheric session captured by Italian photographer Alessandro Olgiati.

    1. The House Of Shame
    2. Broken Things
    3. Delirium
    4. Blood, Tears, Dust
    5. Downfall
    6. Take Me Home
    7. You Love Me 'Cause I Hate You
    8. Ghost In The Mist
    9. My Demons
    10. Claustrophobia
    11. Ultima Ratio
    12. Studio Bonus Track 1
    13. Studio Bonus Track 2
    13. Cover of Madonna's "Live To Tell"
    Lacuna Coil
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    You're Nothing

    Just out of their teens, it seems Copenhagen's Iceage have only added to the anxiety and tension that made their debut album, New Brigade, so compelling. But now, they're challenging their raging emotions instead of simply expressing them. You're Nothing, Iceage's sophomore album, is the sound of a band pushing their singular mix of punk, Goth, hardcore, and postpunk to even further extremes. It's overwhelming how many ways Iceage have found to write the short aggressive rock song.When you see Iceage live you get the feeling the songs are just about to fall apart before miraculously recovering, always rewarding you with a climax. This menacing energy is more forceful on You're Nothing. It is a more epic sound, like a rough sea.
    1. Ecstasy
    2. Coalition
    3. Interlude
    4. Burning Hand
    5. In Haze
    6. Morals
    7. Everything Drifts
    8. Wounded Hearts
    9. It Might Hit First
    10. Rodfæstet
    11. Awake
    12. You're Nothing
    Iceage
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    Speak Loud Say Nothing

    Recorded and mixed by Fester at Haywire Studios, mastered by Stephen Hawkes at Interlace Audio.


    Closing in on its third year of existence, the Portland, OR two-piece scrap-metal monster Wizard Rifle featuring Sam Ford and Max Dameron is set to release its 5-track neutron acid bomb of a debut Speak Loud Say Nothing on Seventh Rule Recordings. Drawing from the sounds of Lightning Bolt, Karp, Sonic Youth, Black Sabbath and High on Fire, Wizard Rifle cannot sit still sonically for more than two seconds.
    1. Tears Won't Soften Steel

    2. Frazetta

    3. Megatherium

    4. Nobody

    5. Leathery Gentlemen

    Wizard Rifle
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    Nothing Feels Good

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    On their 1997 release, The Promise Ring made emo more accessible,
    which laid the groundwork for the commercially successful
    acts that would follow. The band showed it doesn't always have to
    be such a pity party, and that catharsis can come in many forms,
    particularly in the naively optimistic power-pop of Nothing Feels
    Good.


    The pioneering band walked the line between brusque sentimentality
    and uplifting hooks, making them emo's first pop emissaries.
    Cheap Trick for hardcore kids. If Fountains of Wayne, Sebadoh,
    and Jonathan Richman had an emo love-child, Nothing Feels
    Good might be its name. The record was a high point for many
    fans of the band and is considered one of the pillars of the genre.


    Perhaps because of this light-hearted yet concentrated approach,
    Nothing Feels Good landed with the kind of fanfare that hadn't
    been seen for a band from emo's sophomore class, selling over
    50,000 records in its initial run. Considering a good run for some
    of their peers was around 10,000 to 15,000 albums, Nothing Feels
    Good was veritable emo-platinum.


    -Eddie Cepeda / Noisey

    1. Is This Thing On?
    2. Perfect Lines
    3. Red & Blue Jeans
    4. Why Did Ever We Meet
    5. Make Me A Chevy
    6. How Nothing Feels
    7. A Broken Tenor
    8. Raspberry Rush
    9. Nothing Feels Good
    10. Pink Chimneys
    11. B Is For Bethlehem
    12. Forget Me
    The Promise Ring
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    Nothing Is Real

    Crystal antlers aren't really about making some shit we've heard before, but they do take notice of some important touchstones: powerful organ runs, ragged vocals and an ability to turn even relatively short songs into something that sounds beyond epic."

    - The Fader


    Merging psych, garage, lo-fi, prog, and countless other influences, the group easily maintains consistency despite a complete inability to be pinned to any specific movement or trend."

    - Pitchfork


    Art-garage whiplash at its finest."

    - AV Club


    It's hard not to admire these out-there dudes"

    - NME


    They're at the point where comparisons do little justice. They're just crystal antlers now."

    - LA Times


    Currently slated for a fall 2013 release is the newest Crystal Antlers full-length Nothing Is Real, featuring cover art by famed surf/skate/graffiti legend C.R. Stecyk III and recorded as the band returns to its most fundamental roots as an agile power trio - Jonny Bell, drummer Kevin Stuart and guitarist Andrew King.


    Nothing Is Real is Crystal Antlers going beyond the beyond, with songs that rattle and ricochet from desolation to delirium. Opener "Pray" sounds like what would have happened if Black Flag's Greg Ginn had produced the first Psychedelic Furs single; "Persephone" and "Anywhere But Here" match the desperate, relentless rhythm of the Wipers with the inside-out guitar melodies of the Pixies. "Licorice Pizza" recalls lost cult-punk heroes like the Flesh Eaters or the Embarrassment. On Nothing Is Real, you'll feel as much as hear echoes of bands like Wire, Sonic Youth and Dinosaur Jr.


    As Bell puts it, "With each album, we've tried to figure out ways to include more of our whole selves in the recordings, while still keeping things cohesive. And from growing up in punk bands, there always needs to be that little element of something that might piss someone off. We might be using a drum machine-but we're gonna use it completely the wrong way."

    1. Rattlesnake
    2. Licorice Pizza
    3. We All Gotta Die
    4. Paper Thin
    5. Persephone
    6. Anywhere But Here
    7. Don't Think Of The Stone
    8. Wrong Side
    9. Better Things
    10. Prisoner Song
    Crystal Antlers
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    Nothing Bad Will Ever Happen

    Optimism is infectious, and there can be few more optimistic statements than the ttitle of the new album from Dignan Porch: Nothing Bad Will Ever Happen. As you listen to the warm-hearted, weirdo pop within, as you're drawn into their world, you might be inclined to agree with them. Nothing Bad Will Ever Happen is Dignan Porch's second album, though in many way it's their first. 2010's debut, Tendrils, was written and recorded a solo concern by singer Joe Walsh. Here, he's joined by the full band, comprising brother Sam Walsh plus close friends Ben Goodwin, Hayley Akins and Stephen Keane.
    1. Picking Up Dust
    2. Sad Shape
    3. She is Landing
    4. Darkness
    5. TV Shows
    6. Pink Oil
    7. Sleep With The Dead
    8. Never
    9. Sixteen Hits
    10. And Are Now Not
    11. Cancelled TV Shows
    12. Interlude
    13. You Win You Wine
    Dignan Porch
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    All Or Nothing At All

    Mastered by George Marino at Sterling Sound


    ...the third (Billie Holiday album) to receive the two-disc 45 RPM treatment by Analogue Productions. ... Billie sounds like she's at the microphone in your living room. The instruments are spread out between the speakers and there is plenty of depth. A pristine original has a bit more pronounced vocal sibilance and air, and this reissue smooths that out a bit. That aside, this is a fabulous reissue of essential music. Highest recommendation. - Recording = 9.5/10; Music = 10/10 - Dennis D. Davis, Hi-Fi +, Issue 95


    ...these are all truly classic Verve titles that you simply don't want to miss...most importantly, the sound of these reissues is nothing short of astounding. Particularly the early Billie and Ella mono records are incredible treasures of sonic beauty. I'd definitely ask Santa for the whole set, or, if you want to cherry pick, the most classic titles. Whatever you decide, you owe yourself at least a half dozen! Winner of a 2012 Positive Feedback Online Writers' Choice Award - Danny Kaey, Positive Feedback Online, November/December 2011


    After the publication of her autobiography, Lady Sings The Blues, Billie Holiday was doing good business in clubs in what turned out to be a last burst of stardom. We cannot know why she stopped recording for Norman Granz after January 1957 - but the present collection is a magnificent culmination of her years with the producer.


    Originally released in 1955.


    This title is not eligible for discount.

    1. Do Nothing'Till You Hear From Me
    2. Cheek to Cheek
    3. Ill Wind
    4. Speak Low
    5. I Wished on the Moon
    6. But Not for Me
    7. All Or Nothing at All
    8. We'll Be Together Again
    9. Sophisticated Lady
    10. April In Paris
    11. Say It Isn't So
    12. Love Is Here to Stay
    Billie Holiday
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    Age Ain't Nothing But A Number

    Age Ain't Nothing but a Number is the debut studio album by American R&B recording artist Aaliyah, originally released under Jive and Blackground Records on May 24, 1994, in the United States.


    After being signed by her uncle Barry Hankerson, Aaliyah was introduced to recording artist and producer R. Kelly. He became her mentor, as well as the lead songwriter and producer of the album. The duo recorded the album at the Chicago Recording Company in Chicago, Illinois. The album featured two hit singles, including the top ten charting Back & Forth and At Your Best (You Are Love); both singles were certified Gold by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). One additional single followed in the US: Age Ain't Nothing but a Number. Two more singles were released internationally after Age Ain't Nothing But a Number: Down with the Clique and The Thing I Like.


    Aaliyah was credited for redefining R&B by blending her voice with Kelly's new jack swing. The album peaked at number 18 on the Billboard 200 and sold over three million copies in the United States. The album was certified Gold in Canada by the Canadian Recording Industry Association (CRIA) and Gold in the United Kingdom by the British Phonographic Industry (BPI) to date. The album has sold over six million copies worldwide.

    LP 1
    1. Intro

    2. Throw Your Hands Up
    3. Back & Forth
    4. Age Ain't Nothing But A Number

    5. Down with the Clique
    6. At Your Best (You Are Love)

    7. No One Knows How to Love Me Quite Like You Do


    LP 2
    1. I'm So Into You

    2. Street Thing

    3. Young Nation

    4. Old School

    5. I'm Down

    6. The Thing I Like
    7. Back & Forth (Mr. Lee & R. Kelly's Remix)

    Aaliyah
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    Everything Was Beautiful, and Nothing Hurt

    Moby has announced his new album Everything Was Beautiful, And Nothing Hurt, his 15th studio LP.


    The new album follows a pair of LPs that Moby recorded with the Void Pacific Choir, 2016's These Systems Are Failing and 2017's controversy-stirring More Fast Songs About the Apocalypse. According to Moby, Everything Was Beautiful, And Nothing Hurt is a return to the gospel and trip-hop style of his earlier works.

    LP 1
    1. Mere Anarchy
    2. The Waste of Suns
    3. Like a Motherless Child
    4. The Last of Goodbyes
    5. The Ceremony of Innocence
    6. The Tired and The Hurt


    LP 2
    1. Welcome to Hard Times
    2. The Sorrow Tree
    3. Falling Rain and Light
    4. The Middle is Gone
    5. This Wild Darkness
    6. A Dark Cloud is Coming

    Moby
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    Building Nothing Out Of Something (Awaiting Repress)

    Loneliness, boredom, and random observations have been at the heart of Modest Mouse's skewered musical universe through all their releases. The Issaquah, Washington-born trio has also been able to spin very-long-playing albums that catered to the group's core obsessions, with both its full-length Up Records releases--This Is a Long Drive for Someone with Nothing to Think About and The Lonesome Crowded West clocking in at more than 70 minutes in length. So it's refreshing to hear this supremely odd rock band at its most economical. Building Nothing Out of Something catches singles, compilation tunes, and more--none of which were ever intended to be sequenced as an album. As a narrative whole, the singles take on a visionary quality, discerning worldly, bent revelations in the everyday world. The swervy vocals that Isaac Brock has made his trademark sound as languidly distressed as ever, stricken by marvel and ghastly awakenings in equal measures. The music serves Brock well, sounding wobbly and sturdy at once, as if it barely teeters on chaos's brink at a variety of mostly midtempo paces. Never Ending Math Equation, A Life of Arctic Sounds, and Other People's Lives play the most stoutly, with the tonally clean guitars breaking across all the angular phrasings and rhythms Modest Mouse thrive on while Brock's voice goes from warpy drollery to exasperated wail in the face of his task as a singer and writer.

    - Andrew Bartlett
    1. Never Ending Math Equation
    2. Interstate 8
    3. Broke
    4. Medication
    5. Workin' On Leavin' The Livin'
    6. All Nite Diner
    7. Baby Blue Sedan
    8. A Life Of Artic Sounds
    9. Sleepwalkin'
    10. Grey Ice Water
    11. Whenever You Breathe Out, I Breathe In (Positive Negative)
    12. Other People's Lives
    Modest Mouse
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    Nothing Feels Good (Clear Vinyl) (Awaiting Repress)

    Pressed On Limited Edition Clear Vinyl


    Remastered


    On their 1997 release, The Promise Ring made emo more accessible,
    which laid the groundwork for the commercially successful
    acts that would follow. The band showed it doesn't always have to
    be such a pity party, and that catharsis can come in many forms,
    particularly in the naively optimistic power-pop of Nothing Feels
    Good.


    The pioneering band walked the line between brusque sentimentality
    and uplifting hooks, making them emo's first pop emissaries.
    Cheap Trick for hardcore kids. If Fountains of Wayne, Sebadoh,
    and Jonathan Richman had an emo love-child, Nothing Feels
    Good might be its name. The record was a high point for many
    fans of the band and is considered one of the pillars of the genre.


    Perhaps because of this light-hearted yet concentrated approach,
    Nothing Feels Good landed with the kind of fanfare that hadn't
    been seen for a band from emo's sophomore class, selling over
    50,000 records in its initial run. Considering a good run for some
    of their peers was around 10,000 to 15,000 albums, Nothing Feels
    Good was veritable emo-platinum.


    -Eddie Cepeda / Noisey

    1. Is This Thing On?
    2. Perfect Lines
    3. Red & Blue Jeans
    4. Why Did Ever We Meet
    5. Make Me A Chevy
    6. How Nothing Feels
    7. A Broken Tenor
    8. Raspberry Rush
    9. Nothing Feels Good
    10. Pink Chimneys
    11. B Is For Bethlehem
    12. Forget Me
    The Promise Ring
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    Stand For Something Or Die For Nothing


    Boston. Titletown. The Cradle of Liberty. Beantown. From popular neighborhoods like Jamaica Plain and Davis Square to the more hardscrabble quarters like Mattapan and Roxbury, Boston is a complex fabric of people, cultures, and viewpoints. None more Boston are punk rock outfit, Street Dogs. From the air they breathe and the food they eat to the communities they serve-frontman Mike McColgan is a Boston Fire Department 911 Dispatcher and drummer Pete Sosa is an honorary member of the City of Boston-and the values they uphold, Street Dogs exemplify their city and what it has to offer the world. Across the group's storied 16-year career, they've hit hard, spoke the truth, and walked the walk. New album, Stand for Something or Die for Nothing, is proof the Bostonians continue to live and be empowered by their punk rock, tell-it-like-it-is ethos.


    "Anyone who has ever listened to our group knows we are Bostonians to the bone," says bassist Johnny Rioux. "We all love the city. It's our home. I think our fans abroad get a window into our city and what it is like to grow up here and live here through a multitude of different life experiences [from our music]."


    Indeed, Sicut Patribus Sit Street Dogs Nobis. But the primary motivator to pick up where 2010's lauded self-titled left off wasn't to continue waving the sky blue at the Boston Common, but to sound the alarm that our leadership and the affluent are taking advantage of society. The wedge is being driven between classes, deeper and deeper, where the rich get richer and the poor are afforded fewer choices in life, like education, opportunity, and the pursuit of a good life, respected liberties, and unquestionable happiness. This gift, as it were, has given the Street Dogs have plenty to write about eight years after their Hellcat Records' swansong.


    "The dumbing down of America is a reason to write songs in 2018," Rioux asserts. "People need to wake the fuck up and realize the rich won't drain the swamp or look after the working man and woman. [So] we hit on familiar turf and we go outside our zone as well on Stand for Something or Die for Nothing. It's tough to contain my excitement for this record and our fans are going to love it. Everyone stepped way up."


    If there's one thing that sets the self-titled apart from Stand for Something or Die for Nothing it's the songwriting. Tracks like "Other Ones," "Angels Calling," "Working Class Heroes," and "Never Above You, Never Below You" show Street Dogs at their finest: loud, abrasive, confrontational, and unifying. In fact, there's not one track on the group's sixth full-length that doesn't convey brotherhood, common values, and the ability to stand together against anyone with aims to disfigure or disband their raised fist.


    "On Stand for Something or Die for Nothing, we took our time making sure everything was worked out as well as it possibly could be with multiple re-writes of songs and painstaking takes," says Rioux. "The band wrote this record together as a unit. This is the most full-band record we have ever made with everyone contributing. It's our best record. I really believe that and all the hard-painstaking work we put in people will hear and feel. With respects to the self-titled record we were moving at very quick and prolific pace back then. That record came together fast and is special."


    Recorded at Woolly Mammoth Studios, Sugarland Studio, and Q Division Studios with Rioux in the producer's chair, mix master Sean Cahalin at the desk, and mastering ace Jeff Lipton navigating, Stand for Something or Die for Nothing is a punk rock album for the new era. Rioux was careful to balance the DIY tenets of punk with the professional requirements of recording an album. The result was hard won, but Stand for Something or Die for Nothing is a punk rock triumph, with tracks like "The Comeback Zone," "Lest We Forget," and the title track delivering modern-day anthems that kick ass and take names.


    "Other than Sean being a total professional and super-proficient, there aren't really any specific stories to Stand for Something or Die. I've always has had a hand in the production of our records and I can be demanding in the studio! That all said, I think we have our best sounding record to date. It has all the energy of our live shows in it. Fans will immediately tell it's us when they hear it."


    While the definition of punk rock has its divisions, Street Dogs are, no doubt, part of the genre's proud history. Stand for Something or Die is undoubtedly punk rock. Using Rioux's definition (or not): "What's punk to me is people living how they want to not how they are told to."


    Amen, brother.

    1. Stand For Something Or Die For Nothing
    2. Other Ones
    3. The Comeback Zone
    4. Angels Calling (feat. Slaine)
    5. These Ain't The Old Days
    6. Working Class Heroes
    7. Lest We Forget
    8. The Round Up
    9. Mary On Believer Street
    10. Never Above You, Never Below You
    11. Torn And Frayed
    Street Dogs
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    More Fast Songs About The Apocalypse


    Orange Colored Vinyl


    People in L.A. are content to do nothing and stare at
    the void Pacific - DH Lawrence


    Pioneering electronic musician/DJ/producer Moby
    releases his 13th album More Songs About The
    Apocalypse, his 2nd as Moby & The Void Pacific
    Choir. As with much of Moby's output during his
    nearly three-decade-long career, it's not surprising
    that a spiritual & political questioning underpins the
    nine songs comprising latest full length album. In
    characteristically iconoclastic fashion, the weighty
    themes explored throughout More Fast Songs About
    The Apocalypse find expression as the most direct
    & personal music Moby has ever created. "That
    quality of atmospheric sadness I've done so much of
    before isn't here - there's nothing quiet or ambient,"
    he notes. "Sonically, this record isn't subtle: it's
    big & loud, with huge kick drums & massive choral
    choruses."

    1. Silence
    2. A Softer War
    3. There's Nothing Wrong With The World There's Something Wrong With Me
    4. Trust
    5. All The Hurts We Made
    6. In This Cold Place
    7. If Only A Correction Of All We've Been
    8. It's So Hard To Say Goodbye
    9. A Happy Song
    Moby & The Void Pacific Choir
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    Nothing's Shocking

    Import


    Ranked 309/500 On Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums Of All Time.


    Although Jane's Addiction's 1987 self-titled debut was an intriguing release (few alternative bands at the time had the courage to mix modern rock, prog rock, and heavy metal together), it paled in comparison to their now classic major-label release one year later, Nothing's Shocking. Produced by Dave Jerden and Jane's Addiction vocalist Perry Farrell, the album was more focused and packed more of a sonic wallop than its predecessor; the fiery performances often create an amazing sense that it could all fall apart at any second, creating a fantastic musical tension. Such tracks as Up the Beach, Ocean Size, and one of alt-rock's greatest anthems, Mountain Song, contain the spaciousness created by the band's two biggest influences, Led Zeppelin and the Cure. Elsewhere, Ted, Just Admit It... (about serial killer Ted Bundy) and the haunting yet gorgeous Summertime Rolls stretched to epic proportions, making great use of changing moods and dynamics (something most alt-rock bands of the time were oblivious to). An incredibly consistent and challenging album, other highlights included the rockers Had a Dad and Pigs in Zen, the horn-driven Idiots Rule, the jazz instrumental Thank You Boys, and the up-tempo Standing in the Shower...Thinking. Like most great bands, it was not a single member whose contribution was greater: Perry Farrell's unique voice and lyrics, Dave Navarro's guitar riffs and wailing leads, Eric Avery's sturdy basslines, and one of rock's greatest and most powerful drummers, Stephen Perkins. Nothing's Shocking is a must-have for lovers of cutting-edge, influential, and timeless hard rock.

    -All Music Guide

    1. Up The Beach
    2. Ocean Size
    3. Had A Dad
    4. Ted, Just Admit It...
    5. Standing In The Shower...Thinking
    6. Summertime Rolls
    7. Mountain Song
    8. Idiots Rule
    9. Jane Says
    10. Thank You Boys
    Jane's Addiction
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    Boss Television Soundtrack

    Original Television Soundtrack (Various Artists) with Music by Brian Reitzell. The series follows Tom Kane, the mayor of Chicago, who has recently been diagnosed with a degenerative neurological disorder. Determined to remain in charge, Kane conceals the disease from everyone around him except his own physician, Dr Ella Harris. Those around Kane are too busy with their own lives to notice anything unusual. Kane's marriage to his wife Meredith is nothing more than one of convenience. Kane's closest advisors, Kitty O'Neill and Ezra Stone, begin to suspect something is wrong with the Mayor but respect him too much to ask any questions, while State Treasurer Ben Zajac is too busy cultivating his political ambitions to become the next Governor of Illinois to notice anything out of the ordinary. Kane's daughter, Emma, is the only one who suspects that something is wrong with her father. But does she know enough to uncover his secret and what will it mean for his political career?
    1. Satan Your Kingdom Must Come Down (Boss Remix) (Robert Plant & The Band of Joy)
    2. Lizard Dream (Brian Reitzell & Michael James)
    3. Who Done It? (Brian Reitzell & Jim James)
    4. One Overlord (Brian Reitzell, Jonathan Meiburg & Lucas Oswald)
    5. Express (Brian Reitzell, Nicolas Godin & Jean-Benoit Dunckel)
    6. Ceiba (Brian Reitzell & Daniel Lopatin)
    7. Punishment (interpolating Moonlight Sonata Piano Sonata #14 Mvt. 1) (Brian Reitzell)
    8. O' Cordelia (Brian Reitzell & Tim Rutili)
    9. Arb Section 1 (Mark Hollis)
    10. Tell Me What You Saw (Brian Reitzell & Jim James)
    11. The Conversation (Brian Reitzell, Nicolas Godin & Jean-Benoit Dunckel)
    12. Falling Pine (Brian Reitzell & Daniel Lopatin)
    13. Black Moon (Wilco)
    14. Swan Lake Michigan (interpolating Swan Lake) (Brian Reitzell and Paul Buchanan)
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    A triumphant recasting, Franz Ferdinand's Always Ascending is as exuberant as it is euphoric, bursting with fresh ideas born of what Alex Kapranos calls "aggressive sonic experimentation." With the help of producer Philippe Zdar (Cassius, Phoenix, Beastie Boys), Kapranos and co. took a knife to their old canvas, producing an album that is so foreign in its familiarity it could only be current. A sound the singer refers to as "simultaneously futuristic and naturalistic." These are the louche tales of the Parisian night, the exhilaration of an Italian car racing down the autobahn; a feeling of euphoria so pure it could only exist on a knife's edge. As such, best to press play expecting nothing more than a good time. "I hope that when you listen to it you feel exhilarated," Kapranos says, "Until you fully absorb the lyrics."
    1. Always Ascending
    2. Lazy Boy
    3. Paper Cages
    4. Finally
    5. The Academy Award
    6. Lois Lane
    7. Huck and Jim
    8. Glimpse of Love
    9. Feel the Love Go
    10. Slow Don't Kill Me Slow
    Franz Ferdinand
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    Have a question about this product? Please email our audio advisor or call 1-877-929-8729 with any questions or concerns regarding your equipment purchase.


    GHA speaker stands were born out of necessity. Crafted under the sparks of a Tungsten Inert Gas welder, GHA stands do exactly what they should and nothing more. They are 1 piece, welded metal stands that accentuate and allow new and vintage speakers to present highly accurate, defined sound, correct mids, and tight full bass. They are made in the USA and have a lifetime guarantee.


    GHA stands don't ring, vibrate, have any screws, foam, or moving parts. They come with removable spikes and blue tack. They can be filled with sand or any media of choice. Powder coated colors are: black & white. Custom colors are available.

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    Gig Harbor Audio Speaker Stand 18

    Have a question about this product? Please email our audio advisor or call 1-877-929-8729 with any questions or concerns regarding your equipment purchase.


    GHA speaker stands were born out of necessity. Crafted under the sparks of a Tungsten Inert Gas welder, GHA stands do exactly what they should and nothing more. They are 1 piece, welded metal stands that accentuate and allow new and vintage speakers to present highly accurate, defined sound, correct mids, and tight full bass. They are made in the USA and have a lifetime guarantee.


    GHA stands don't ring, vibrate, have any screws, foam, or moving parts. They come with removable spikes and blue tack. They can be filled with sand or any media of choice. Powder coated colors are: black & white. Custom colors are available.

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    New vocalist Greg Puciato begins on Van Damsel, It's not what you thought as it runs a dead stop. A thousand bands would've quit at ...what you thought; Dillinger adds runs a dead stop, and makes you leap out of the way of its hardcore car crashing into the jazz establishment. No kidding! After five years, the band has lost nothing, only gained. Time signatures are a play toy, genres are a joke, and the wannabes' goofy I'm so tortured, listen to me scream is nowhere to be found. Here, jarring instrumental changes work as a bitches' brew of stealthy genius, sticking you with a shiv and changing faces in the dark.


    Technical metal, righteous hardcore, twittering jazz interludes, and starkly melodic, seemingly post-punk-inspired segments all put the punters soundly in their place. Miss Machine doesn't even really seem that angry. Well, not anger for anger's sake, anyway. Cuts like Panasonic Youth and We Are the Storm are fueled by a manic alchemy of metal and hardcore, and Puciato's veins couldn't have survived the sessions. But the rage is artful; it's an integral part of Dillinger's larger performance. In the near future, rich women and fuddy-duddies will consider Miss Machine through opera glasses as sweaty children lash each other with cat-o'-nine-tails. There's nothing more to say -- the next true image of rock & roll has crawled out of the swamps of Jersey.

    1. Panasonic Youth
    2. Sunshine the Werewolf
    3. Highway Robbery
    4. Van Damsel
    5. Phone Home
    6. We Are The Storm
    7. Crutch Field Tongs
    8. Setting Fire to Sleeping Giants
    9. Baby's First Coffin
    10. Unretrofied
    11. The Perfect Design
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    There's a real sense of menace to Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap, the title song of AC/DC's third album. More than most of their songs to date, it captured the seething malevolence of Bon Scott, the sense that he reveled in doing bad things, encouraged by the maniacal riffs of Angus and Malcolm Young who provided him with their most brutish rock & roll yet. But for as glorious as the title track was, the entire album served as a call to arms from a group that wanted nothing more than to celebrate the dirtiest, nastiest instincts humans could have, right down to the insurgent anti-authority vibe that runs throughout the record. Take Big Balls -- sure, it's a dirty joke, but it's a dirty joke with class overthrow in mind. There's a sense on Dirty Deeds that AC/DC is storming the gates -- they're problem children sick of waiting around to be a millionaire, so they're gonna make their own money, even if they take down others as they go. That's what gives Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap its supercharged, nervy pulse; there's a real sense of danger to this record, something that can't be hidden beneath the jokes. Maybe that's why the album wasn't released in the U.S. until 1981, after Bon's death, after AC/DC had become millionaires -- if it arrived any earlier, it would have been too insurrectionist for the common good.

    -Stephen Thomas Erlewine (All Music Guide)
    1. Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap

    2. Love at First Feel
    3. Big Balls
    4. Rocker
    5. Problem Child
    6. There's Gonna Be Some Rockin'

    7. Ain't No Fun (Waiting Round to Be a Millionaire)

    8. Ride On
    9. Squealer
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    Certified Multi-Platinum (16 times) by the RIAA. (3/01)


    It's no accident that The Eagles Greatest Hits might one day pass Michael Jackson's Thriller as the best-selling album of all time-- the Eagles made great singles. By contrast, their albums could be spotty and strained by self-conscious artistry. Hotel California was arguably the band's best single album--it was certainly the Eagles' biggest original disc-- and it also underscored the band's need to make a big statement. The title tune reflected the album's theme of paradise lost in California, painting this picture with a musical arrangement that punctuated strumming guitars with dramatic drums, and perhaps the band's most famous lyric: You can check out any time you like, but you can never leave. New Kid in Town was an equally fine albeit much more traditional Eagles ballad. Life in the Fast Lane aspired to hard rock but largely gunned its engine without taking off. The rest is okay, but nothing more than secondary Eagles songs that happened to be nestled into the album that came to define the `70s supergroup. --John Milward

    1. Hotel California
    2. New Kid In Town
    3. Life In The Fast Lane
    4. Wasted Time
    5. Wasted Time [Reprise]
    6. Victim Of Love
    7. Pretty Maids All In A Row
    8. Try And Love Again
    9. The Last Resort
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    Toadies will release their next album The Lower Side Of Uptown via Kirtland Records. This will be the band's seventh studio album and a 'return to form' as explained by frontman Vaden Todd Lewis: This album is 'roots Toadies, full of riffs and time shifts.' The Lower Side Of Uptown is the follow up to 2015's Heretics which saw the band taking a change of pace with a stripped down sound and mostly acoustic. When they were preparing to enter the studio this time around there was no set idea for what was to come but, the process ultimately had the band going back to their signature sound: I feel that subconsciously we thought that this record would have ended up incorporating some of that quieter sound, but that didn't happen. When we got to the studio with nothing more than a pile of riffs, what came out of the band was really loud and heavy music. So not only is this album louder than Heretics, I think it's louder and heavier than the last couple Toadies albums guitarist Clark Vogeler said of the sessions, which were recorded Arlyn Studio, a favorite of the legendary Willie Nelson, and The Bubble in Austin.
    1. When I Die
    2. Take Me Alive
    3. Polly Jean
    4. You Know the Words
    5. Mama Take Me Home
    6. Keep Breathing
    7. Amen
    8. Human Cannonball
    9. Broke Down Stupid
    10. I Put a Spell on You
    11. Echo
    12. Sentimental
    Toadies
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    Despite the fact that the band's best days were obviously behind them, a live album for AC/DC was all but completely necessary. After all, the group's first live release, If You Want Blood You've Got It, was recorded at a time when AC/DC was nothing more than a cult act that had yet to produce many of its future rock staples. Though recorded well into their career on the Razor's Edge 1991 tour, AC/DC Live surprisingly captures the hype and excitement that made AC/DC such a hit in their heyday. The set list wisely overlooks the songs from the band's mid-'80s slump and concentrates on hard rock hits such as 'Hells Bells,' 'Back in Black,' 'Highway to Hell,' and 'Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap.' Brian Johnson's voice may not be as strong as in the early '80s, but he still sounds competent in his role. All too often, a live album is a cheaply made, rushed recording that only serves as a testament to a band's decline. AC/DC Live, however, shows what makes this band different from their peers here they are still entirely capable of pulling off a great live show. This ranks among the best live metal albums of the '90s. [In February 2003, the American distribution rights to AC/DC's back catalog transferred over to Epic, their new label. Epic reissued the band's catalog as remastered digipacks containing lavish, expanded booklets with plenty of rare photographs, memorabilia, and notes. Although the digipacks may wear a little too easy, the sound is terrific clean and muscular, enhancing the raw qualities of the original record and the packaging is loving, making the reissues necessary for collectors.
    1. Thunderstruck
    2. Shoot To Thrill
    3. Back In Black
    4. Sin City
    5. Who Made Who
    6. Fire Your Guns
    7. Jailbreak
    8. The Jack
    9. The Razor's Edge
    10. Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap
    11. Hells Bells
    12. Heatseeker
    13. That's The Way I Wanna Rock 'N' Roll
    14. High Voltage
    15. You Shook Me All Night Long
    16. Whole Lotta Rosie
    17. Let There Be Rock
    18. Highway To Hell
    19. T.N.T.
    20. For Those About To Rock (We Salute You)
    AC / DC
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