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Our Lady Peace'
First Pressing Of 1,000 Numbered Copies On 180 Gram Transparent Mixed With A Swirl Of Black Colored Vinyl, Standard Black Vinyl Thereafter
Naveed is the debut album by Canadian (grunge-)rock band Our Lady Peace. Originally released in 1994, Naveed became a success. The album sold over 400,000 copies in Canada and also performed well in many other territories. The five singles from the album include The Birdman, Starseed and Naveed. The title Naveed is taken from the Persian name for the bearer of good news.
Upon its release in the United States in the next year, the album was admired by critics and very well received by fans. The rhythm section of the band was praised by most critics as well as the diversity in the band member's musical backgrounds and Raine Maida's 'hauntingly provocative' lyrics. Many critics also believed the album could serve as the bridge between Grunge and 'the next big thing'.1. The Birdman
6. Dirty Walls
8. Is It Safe?
10. Under Zenith
11. Neon Crossing$34.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
ClumsyGold With Smoke Colored Vinyl
Mastered For Vinyl And Lacquers Cut By Kevin Gray, Cohearent Audio
Includes A 12 Page Booklet
SRCVinyl will make Our Lady Peace's second studio album Clumsy available on vinyl for the first time ever! Originally released on January 23 1997, Clumsy is approaching it's 20th anniversary and will receive the SRCHIFI vinyl treatment in honor of this.
Two years after their impressive debut, Our Lady Peace continue their rock journey with Clumsy. This time around, the melodies are more comfortable and the roaring rock riffs are calmer, resulting in a sound that earned Our Lady Peace the highest sales of their career. Raine Maida's lyrical screeching remains intact, sounding quite inviting on songs such as Big Dumb Rocket and Automatic Flowers.
The intensity found on the first album is a bit more tame, but Clumsy still beats the sophomore slump, and leadoff single Superman's Dead shows Our Lady Peace creating a unique type of post-grunge music. The album does introduce a more mature Our Lady Peace, and Maida's songwriting is far more internal, a reflection of personal imperfections and consequences that help fuel standout ballads like 4 A.M. But what makes Our Lady Peace a powerful act is their desire to keep it real on their own turf. Many may criticize Clumsy as less desirable, but it's their own deal. And that's how rock & roll should be, anyway. (MacKenzie Wilson, Allmusic.com)1. Superman's Dead
2. Automatic Flowers
4. Big Dumb Rocket
8. Hello Oskar
9. Let You Down
10. The Story Of 100 Aisles
11. Car Crash$25.99Colored Vinyl LP Buy Now
Armageddon The Album
180 Gram Red Translucent Colored Vinyl
1st Time On Vinyl!
Armageddon: The Album is the soundtrack album to the 1998 Touchstone Pictures film Armageddon. The album features several songs recorded specifically for the soundtrack, including I Don't Want to Miss a Thing and What Kind of Love Are You On, performed by Aerosmith, Remember Me, performed by Journey, and Mister Big Time, performed by Jon Bon Jovi. Our Lady Peace's Starseed is a remixed version of the original.LP 1
1. I Don't Want To Miss A Thing - Aerosmith
2. Remember Me - Journey feat. lead vocals by Steve Augeri
3. What Kind of Love Are You On - Aerosmith
4. La Grange - ZZ Top
5. Roll Me Away - Bob Seger and The Silver Bullet Band
6. When the Rainbow Comes - Shawn Colvin
1. Sweet Emotion - Aerosmith
2. Mister Big Time - Jon Bon Jovi
3. Come Together - Aerosmith
4. Wish I Were You - Patty Smyth
5. Starseed - Our Lady Peace
6. Leaving On A Jet Plane - Chantal Kreviazuk
7. Theme from Armageddon - Trevor Rabin
8. Animal Crackers - Steven Tyler / Live Tyler (Dialogue by Ben Affleck and Liv Tyler)$39.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
Woman KingAside from the immediacy and intimacy of his recorded work, there is one thing clear about Iron & Wine's Sam Beam: he is wonderfully and seemingly effortlessly prolific. In just short of 2 years he has released 2 full-length albums and two EPs. Recorded in August 2004 with Brian Deck at his Engine Studios in Chicago, Iron & Wine's latest release, the Woman King EP, is striking both for its broadened palette (percussion, piano, violin, even electric guitar all crop up here) and its thematic focus on female characters both archetypal and personal. The latter is mostly coincidental, a larger batch of songs yielding recurrent imagery when pared down for this EP. That negotiation with the sexual other might be best summed up with a line from My Lady's House: Thank god you see me the way you do/Strange as you are to me. And, the increasingly complex beauty of Iron & Wine's albums might best be summed up by the following, from SPIN (in a review of Our Endless Numbered Days): It all works because Beam is a fearlessly accessible songwriter, framing his melancholy in concrete imagery and solid, inviting melodies. He writes with the self-confidence of a man at peace with his gauzy gufts. He sings like a father talking to a child he respects or like a husband to a wife he adores. Beam has given us his second straight masterwork: self-assured, spellbinding and richly, refreshingly adult. Here's his third.1. Woman King
3. Grey Stables
4. Freedom Hangs Like Heaven
5. In My Lady's House
6. Evening on the Ground (Lilith's Song)$12.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now