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  • Out Of Our Heads (UK Version) Out Of Our Heads (UK Version) Quick View

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    Out Of Our Heads (UK Version)

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    Ranked 114/500 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.


    Out of Our Heads is The Rolling Stones' third British album and their fourth in the United States. It was released in 1965 through London Records in the US on 30 July 1965, and Decca Records in the UK on 24 September 1965

    1. She Said Yeah
    2. Mercy Mercy

    3. Hitch Hike

    4. That's How Strong My Love Is

    5. Good Times

    6. Gotta Get Away

    7. Talkin' Bout You

    8. Cry To Me

    9. Oh, Baby (We Got A Good Thing Going)

    10. Heart Of Stone

    11. The Under Assistant West Coast Promotion Man

    12. I'm Free
    The Rolling Stones
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    Dirty Heads (Awaiting Repress)

    Pressed On 180 Gram Translucent Orange Vinyl


    While most bands reserve a self-titled album for their debut, the Dirty Heads, held off for an album deserving of the moniker. The band found one, in their fifth studio release, a total culmination of their signature sound. Drawing on the alternative rock, hip-hop, folk and reggae sounds from albums past to create something elevated and exciting. The band worked with top multi-genre producers such as Da Internz (Rihanna, Nicki Minaj), Drew Pearson (Katy Perry, Zac Brown Band) David Kahne (Lana Del Rey, The Strokes), and Jimmy Harry (Madonna, Diplo).


    The diversity of the production on this project is a true testament to the Dirty Heads versatility. With this album you can expect the pure Dirty Heads sound at its finest--a perfect blend of hip-hop and reggae, says vocalist Jared Watson. We have songs that range from summer anthems, songs you can vibe out to, and songs that really challenge you to think further. It's everything the Dirty Heads stand for and what we've become up until now.


    The band purposely created an album to serve as the perfect playlist for both Day and Night. The first half of the record offers fans the perfect summertime fun playlist, while the second half offers a mellower vibe, reminiscent of a relaxed summer night with friends.


    In a world where music listeners no longer listen to albums cover to cover but rather discover their favorite songs from playlists on platforms like Apple Music or Spotify, we chose to curate a playlist for our fans with our new music says Watson.

    1. That's All I Need
    2. The Truth
    3. Doesn't Make You Right
    4. Feeling Good
    5. Under the Water
    6. Too Cruel
    7. Oxygen
    8. Red Lights
    9. Smoke & Dream
    10. Moon Tower
    11. Realize It
    The Dirty Heads
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    Barefoot in the Head

    They say the only people who know true freedom are musicians and gangsters, Chris Robinson says with a laugh. And Bob Dylan said to live outside the law you must be honest. We're living in these anxiety-filled times, in an era of 'no truth,' but what our music represents is this truly honest way of communicating with people, and that's a really freeing thing.

    If their stellar new album, 'Barefoot In The Head,' is any indication, freedom suits the Chris Robinson Brotherhood well. The band is in the midst of one of their most prolific periods to date, with a slew of studio and live records coming out amidst a rigorous tour schedule that only seems to fuel their fire even further. 'Barefoot In The Head' finds the band pushing boundaries and breaking new ground with more joy and wonder than ever before. The album showcases the continued growth of Robinson's songwriting partnership with his bandmates (guitarist Neal Casal, drummer Tony Leone, keyboardist Adam MacDougall, and bassist Jeff Hill), while reveling in the kind of playful adventurousness that can only come from five artists tuned in to the same sonic wavelength.

    The album opens with the Americana funk of Behold The Seer, which sounds like something of a mission statement for the CRB as Robinson sings, If you want to keep your engine humming / Keep your eyes wide ahead and don't look back. On the dreamy She Shares My Blanket, Robinson crafts cinematic scenes from a winter love affair in the mountains, while elegant pedal steel added by special guest Barry Sless on Blonde Light Of Day casts a warm, romantic haze and Blue Star Woman sounds like T-Rex dressed in overalls living on a West Coast commune. Throughout the album, Robinson and the band deftly intertwine country, blues and psychedelia, even channeling freewheeling 60s' folk on Hark The Herald Hermit Speaks, a breakneck stream of consciousness that blurs the lines between fantasy and reality. On the English psych inspired Glow, which Robinson calls one of the most special things I've ever done in the studio, The CRB are joined by the celebrated sarodist Alam Khan (son of the legendary Ali Akbar Khan).

    After six years of solid touring with this band, we can still roll into Fayetteville, AR on a Tuesday night and have the most fun of any musical thing I've ever been a part of, says Robinson. We don't have the weight of responsibility or nostalgia, which means we're in the very psychedelic situation of getting to be totally honest and create everything in the moment. That's freedom.

    1. Behold the Seer
    2. She Shares My Blanket
    3. Hark, the Herald Hermit Speaks
    4. Blonde Light of Morning
    5. Dog Eat Sun
    6. Blue Star Woman
    7. High Is Not the Top
    8. If You Had a Heart To Break
    9. Glow
    10. Good To Know
    Chris Robinson Brotherhood
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    The Mediator Between Head And Hands Must Be The Heart

    It was the city of Belo Horizonte, Brazil that launched the ascent of their native sons in SEPULTURA (Portuguese for "grave") in 1983 with a trajectory unsuspectingly aimed at the worldwide metal music scene. A band with humble economic beginnings whose musical identity was forged in the context of living through Brazil's authoritarian military dictatorship, SEPULTURA would go on to become Brazilian ambassadors to the metal world, revered master architects of the death/thrash genre, and the most successful heavy metal band from the Federal Republic of Brazil.


    When SEPULTURA experienced a line-up change in the mid-1990s that was widely covered by the metal press around the world, remaining members recruited American Derrick Green in 1997 to front the band, a position the Cleveland, Ohio native has held for the past fifteen years and counting. This past June, long-time guitarist Andreas Kisser (who joined in1987), original bassist Paulo Jr., and drum prodigy Eloy Casagrande, SEPULTURA entered the studio in Venice, California with renowned producer Ross Robinson (KORN, MACHINE HEAD, FEAR FACTORY) - who also worked on the band's landmark 1996 release, »Roots« - and co-producer Steve Evetts (THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN, SYMPHONY X, INCANTATION) - who previously worked on SEPULTURA's »Roorback« (2003), the »Revolusongs« EP (2002), and »Nation« (2001) - to record the band's seventh studio album with Green (and their second album for Nuclear Blast): »The Mediator Between The Head And Hands Must Be The Heart«, scheduled for release this October.


    Inspired by Austrian filmmaker Fritz Lang's classic 1927 movie "Metropolis," SEPULTURA leans heavily on the strength of their thrash metal influences to make a statement against the dehumanizing effects of technology. Guitarist Andreas Kisser delves a little deeper:


    "In the movie, a crazy millionaire wants to transform a robot into a real person. That's kind of the opposite of what we live today. More than ever, we are robotized through the worldwide web, Google glasses, chips under our skins and globalized slavery our society suffers nowadays. Being that the novel was written in the early 1920s, it's almost prophetical. The phrase that inspired me - the main message of the story - points to the heart as being the human factor that keeps a man a man - not a robot. The heart beats with freedom of choice. We have to think for ourselves to create a real world, not a matrix."


    Exploring the miseries and privileges associated with technological power, »The Mediator Between The Head And Hands Must Be The Heart« - SEPULTURA's angry dystopian documentary in sonic form - also addresses the chaotic aftermath of natural disasters, the unfulfilled promises of religion, and the still-widening divide & unbridgeable gap between pampered citizens who live in decadent luxury and the working poor who withstand unbearable living & working conditions to simply survive.


    The album's opening track, 'Trauma Of War', begins as a cacophony of noise that gives rise to an urgent panic that spins into a paranoiac distress about others making decisions that will lead to our demise in war. In 'The Vatican', we listen as yearning souls pray to their god to alleviate their suffering as the furious vocals, guitars, and drums document the moment when the faithful come face-to-face with the reality of their absent god too self-absorbed with being adored to notice humanity's cries for help. 'The Bliss Of Ignorants' is an indictment by those who intimately know the depths of human suffering against those who don't wish to know. 'Grief' weeps with its gnosis of such a feared emotion. With so many recent natural disasters throughout the world, who could deny the truth behind human greed & corruption sung about in 'Manipulation Of Tragedy'?


    With both the 2014 FIFA World Cup championship and the 2016 Olympic Games headed to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, a worldwide audience will surely be mesmerized by the glamour surrounding these world-broadcasted events. But there are those who bear witness to what won't be televised; there are those who have seen the decades of daily strife of Brazilian citizens with wide-open eyes.


    »The Mediator Between Head And Hands Must Be The Heart« never lacks confidence in what SEPULTURA knows: "I live in São Paulo, one of the big metropolises in the world with more than 20 million people living and working in it," asserts Kisser. "I know how it is to live in daily chaos. Our music reflects a lot of that feeling."


    Featuring a guest appearance by former SLAYER drummer Dave Lombardo, »The Mediator Between Head And Hands Must Be The Heart« does what many great albums do: it captures a moment in time and carves out a place to have a dialogue with listeners with an honesty that rings so true, it becomes a part of our arsenal with which to defend ourselves against the wrongdoings of the world.

    1. Trauma Of War
    2. The Vatican
    3. Impending Doom

    4. Manipulation of Tragedy
    5. Tsunami
    6. The Bliss Of Ignorants
    7. Grief
    8. The Age Of The Atheist
    9. Obsessed
    10. Da Lama Ao Caos (Chico Science & Nação Zumbi cover)
    Sepultura
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    Stepping Out

    Stepping Out launched the career of one of our generation's greatest Jazz artists. "Diana Krall's 1993 debut shows that she had the goods right from the get-go. Krall sings with honesty, subtlety, and persuasion while playing the piano with head-shaking authority, both as accompanist - she offers amazing asides in between vocal phrases - and as an absolutely A-one improviser." (Zan Stewart). The Justin Time Essentials Collection introduces the album to a new generation of fans, but this time with an added bonus track from the original sessions - Diana's incredible arrangement of "Summertime".
    LP 1
    1. This Can't Be Love
    2. Straighten Up and Fly Right
    3. Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea
    4. I'm Just A Lucky So and So
    5. Body and Soul
    6. 42nd Street
    7. Do Nothin' Till You Hear From Me


    LP 2
    1. Big Foot
    2. Frim Fram Sauce
    3. Jimmie
    4. As Long As I Live
    5. On the Sunny Side of the Street
    6. Summertime

    Diana Krall
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    Out Front (Pure Pleasure)

    Booker Little was the first trumpet soloist to emerge in jazz after the death of Clifford Brown to have his own sound. His tragically brief life (he died at age 23 later in 1961) cut short what would have certainly been a major career. This is supremely soulful modern jazz and one of his best albums ever as a leader. The album's got a tremendous feel from the very first note and there are many strong moments during these consistently challenging and satisfying performances. He had a bold jazz vision that makes us miss his talents even more strongly than before!




    Musicians:



    • Booker Little (trumpet)

    • Julian Priester (trombone)

    • Eric Dolphy (alto saxophone, bass clarinet, flute)

    • Don Friedman (piano)

    • Art Davis, Ron Carter (bass)

    • Max Roach (drums, vibraphone, percussion)




    Recording: March and April 1961 in Nola Penthouse Studios, New York City, by Bob d'Orleans

    Production: Nat Hentoff




    About Pure Pleasure



    At the beginning of the 90s, in the early days of audiophile vinyl re-releases, the situation was fairly straightforward. Companies such as DCC, Mobile Fidelity, Classic Records and, of course, Pure Pleasure all maintained a mutual, unwritten ethical code: we would only use analogue tapes to manufacture records.



    During the course of the present vinyl hype, many others have jumped on the bandwagon in the hope of securing a corner of the market. Very often they are not so ethical and use every imaginable source to master from: CDs, LPs, digital files, MP3s - or employed existent tools from the 80s and 90s for manufacturing.



    A digital delay is gladly used when cutting a lacquer disc because tape machines with an analogue delay have become quite rare and are therefore expensive. When cutting the lacquer, the audio signal is delayed by one LP revolution against the signal, which controls the cutter head, and for this a digital delay is very often employed. Of course, the resultant sound signal is completely digital and thus only as good as this delay.



    We should like to emphasize that Pure Pleasure Records on principle only uses the original master tape as the basis for the entirely analogue cutting of lacquer discs. In addition, the pressing tool is newly manufactured as a matter of principle.



    We only employ existing tools for manufacturing if an improved result is not forthcoming, e.g. the title Elvis Is Back, which was mastered by Steve Hoffman and Kevin Gray, or several titles from our Philips Classics series, which in any case Willem Makkee cut from the original masters at the Emil Berliner Studios in the 90s. It goes without saying that we only used the mother and that new tools were made for our production.



    To put it in a nutshell: we can ensure you that our releases are free from any kind of digital effects and that the lacquer discs are newly cut.



    and that the lacquer discs are newly cut.


    1. We Speak
    2. Stength And Sanity

    3. Quiet Please
    4. Moods In Free Time
    5. Man Of Words
    6. Hazy Hues
    7. A New Day
    Booker Little
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  • Carving Out The Eyes Of God (Awaiting Repress) Carving Out The Eyes Of God (Awaiting Repress) Quick View

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    Carving Out The Eyes Of God (Awaiting Repress)

    After the release of A Haunting Curse, Goatwhore stayed busy playing multiple tours across all over the world including a coveted spot on 2007's Sounds of the Underground and 2008's Ozzfest in Texas where metal juggernauts Metallica closed out the day of metal. Other tours and dates included Sunn O))), Hatebreed, All Shall Perish, Celtic Frost, Venom, Fear Factory, Suffocation, Cattle Decapitation, God Forbid, and Amon Amarth just to name a few. Obviously Goatwhore kept themselves busy throughout the course of the album cycle playing with a wide variety of bands proving just how multi faceted the group's reach is.


    Enter 2009: New Orleans, LA's sons of American no-frills black metal, GOATWHORE, have just announced that the title of their fourth full-length album, and second for Metal Blade, will be Carving Out the Eyes of God. For the follow up to 2006's A Haunting Curse, GOATWHORE headed back to St. Petersburg, FL to record with producer Erik Rutan at Manna Studios with mastering being handled by Alan Douches of West West Side.


    Vocalist Ben Falgoust comments on the direction of the new album; I don't really know how to explain this. I don't want to come off with the typical speech about how this record is our best yet and all of that. I will say that I am quite pleased how it has turned out and all parts relating to it. I feel every member put a great deal of effort into their part of the project. I even feel Erik Rutan busted his ass even more this time to make us feel that we didn't take any steps backwards in the recording and production of this release. I don't even really care what the critics say. I think the end result is basically coming up with something you have put a lot of work into and the satisfaction achieved in completing it. I will say that the new material is ripping metal and we still have that 'Goatwhore' sound, whatever that may mean for each individual that enjoys or hates what we do. Just look at it as another step in the evolution of this band. Each person that hears it will have his or her own perception of it. Like it or not, we don't have a say in it. The only thing we can do is just keep writing the way we do and accept the criticism. Doesn't mean we are gonna listen to the criticism and change. Just give it an honest listen and if you dig it, awesome! If you don't, then pass it on to a friend or use it as a new drink coaster.


    Guitarist Sammy Duet had this to add; Dark, heavy, evil. Erik Rutan did one hell of a job on it. If you don't like it... kiss my ass.

    1. Apocalyptic Havoc
    2. The All-Destroying
    3. Carving Out The Eyes Of God
    4. Shadow Of A Rising Knife
    5. Provoking The Ritual Of Death
    6. In Legions, I Am Wars Of Wrath
    7. Reckoning Of The Soul Made Godless
    8. This Passing Into The Power Of Demons
    9. Razor Flesh Devoured
    10. To Mourn And Forever Wander Through Forgotten Doorways
    Goatwhore
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  • The Doctor Is In   And Out (Pure Pleasure) The Doctor Is In And Out (Pure Pleasure) Quick View

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    The Doctor Is In And Out (Pure Pleasure)

    In 1976, Yusef Lateef's as restless a spiritual seeker as there ever was in the field of music, revisited some of his earliest themes in the context of modern sonic frameworks: The Eastern modal and melodic frameworks of his Prestige sides, such as Eastern Sounds, Cry!/Tender, and Other Sounds, brought to bear in much more sophisticated, complex, and grooved-out ways -- after all, it had been 20 years or more. The groove referred to is funk and soul. Funk itself was mutating at the time, so Lateef's interpolation at the crossroads of all ports in the musical journey was not only valid in 1976, but also necessary.


    For this recording, he utilized an absolutely huge group of musicians, bringing them in for this or that part, or a sound, or a particular vamp. Some of those present were Kenny Barron, Ron Carter, Dom Um Romao, Al Foster, Billy Butler, Anthony Jackson, a five-piece brass section, and a synth player. Lateef, as always, was offering evocative glimpses of geographical, psychological, spiritual, and emotional terrain in his compositions, but not in predictable ways. There's the deep minor-key meditation on blues and evolving thematic variations on Hellbound that becomes a Latin funk tune; the airy, contemplative, and skeletal Mystique, which may use a repeating rhythmic phrase but explores every inch of its margins via a string section and Lateef's flute solo; the smooth, urban, bluesy funk of Mississippi Mud; the completely out electronic musique of Technological Homosapien that becomes a series of synth squeals and an erratically tumbling bassline; and the wonderfully warped mariachi variation (sung in white-boy English) that featured the band playing bluesy hard bop over an age-old recorded track on In A Little Spanish Town. It's a weird way to end a record, but then, it's a weird and wonderful


    Musicians:



    • Yusef Lateef (alto saxophone, tenor saxophone, flute, oboe)
    • Jack Jeffers (trombone)
    • Joseph Wilder, Leonard Goines (trumpet)
    • Jonathan Dorn (tuba)
    • Billy Butler (guitar)
    • Ron Carter (bass)
    • Kenneth Barron (keyboards)
    • Al Foster (drums)
    • Dom Um Romao (percussion)



    Recording: 1976 at Regent Sound Studios, New York, by Bob Liftin


    About Pure Pleasure



    At the beginning of the 90s, in the early days of audiophile vinyl re-releases, the situation was fairly straightforward. Companies such as DCC, Mobile Fidelity, Classic Records and, of course, Pure Pleasure all maintained a mutual, unwritten ethical code: we would only use analogue tapes to manufacture records.



    During the course of the present vinyl hype, many others have jumped on the bandwagon in the hope of securing a corner of the market. Very often they are not so ethical and use every imaginable source to master from: CDs, LPs, digital files, MP3s - or employed existent tools from the 80s and 90s for manufacturing.



    A digital delay is gladly used when cutting a lacquer disc because tape machines with an analogue delay have become quite rare and are therefore expensive. When cutting the lacquer, the audio signal is delayed by one LP revolution against the signal, which controls the cutter head, and for this a digital delay is very often employed. Of course, the resultant sound signal is completely digital and thus only as good as this delay.



    We should like to emphasize that Pure Pleasure Records on principle only uses the original master tape as the basis for the entirely analogue cutting of lacquer discs. In addition, the pressing tool is newly manufactured as a matter of principle.



    We only employ existing tools for manufacturing if an improved result is not forthcoming, e.g. the title Elvis Is Back, which was mastered by Steve Hoffman and Kevin Gray, or several titles from our Philips Classics series, which in any case Willem Makkee cut from the original masters at the Emil Berliner Studios in the 90s. It goes without saying that we only used the mother and that new tools were made for our production.



    To put it in a nutshell: we can ensure you that our releases are free from any kind of digital effects and that the lacquer discs are newly cut.



    1. The Improvisers
    2. Hellbound
    3. Mystique
    4. Mississipi Mud
    5. Mushmouth
    6. Technological Homosapien
    7. Street Musicians
    8. In A Little Spanish Town (T'was On A Night Like This)
    Yusef Lateef
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  • The Rolling Stones In Mono (Box Set) (Awaiting Repress) (On Sale) The Rolling Stones In Mono (Box Set) (Awaiting Repress) (On Sale) On Sale Quick View

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    The Rolling Stones In Mono (Box Set) (Awaiting Repress) (On Sale)


    Domestic Version


    Limited Edition


    Newly Remastered Mono From Original Archive Tapes


    Cut To Lacquers At Abbey Road Studios By Engineer Sean Magee


    Pressed Onto 180-Gram Heavyweight Vinyl LPs Supervised By GZ Media


    Includes 48 Page Booklet And Stray Cats Compilation Exclusive To This Box Set


    The albums from the first decade of history and mayhem have been newly remastered with unprecedented fidelity and revelatory detail from original MONO sources.
    The box sets contain records from the period including key UK/US domestic variations from the catalog.


    In addition, the new compilation Stray Cats pulls together the essential non-album B-sides & rarities from the ABKCO era entirely restored in MONO for the very first time. Stray Cats is exclusively available in the box set with the vinyl pressed over 2 LPs.


    A 48 page lie-flat deluxe booklet features a new essay from Rolling Stone Editor David Fricke as well as rare photography & images.


    Lovingly recreated original MONO LP replica sleeves with original finishes & artwork house the albums within a rigid bespoke one-piece box.


    Each album has been newly remastered specifically for the project from the original archive tapes in 2016 by Bob Ludwig & Teri Landi. For the project he utilized Direct Stream Digital (DSD) transfers from the original master recordings, with a sampling rate of 2,822,400.


    The new remaster has been cut to lacquers at the legendary Abbey Road Studios by engineer Sean Magee & pressed onto 180-gram heavyweight vinyl LPs supervised by GZ Media.


    Includes the following albums:


    • The Rolling Stones (UK)
    • 12 x 5
    • The Rolling Stones No. 2
    • The Rolling Stones, Now!
    • Out Of Our Heads (US)
    • Out Of Our Heads (UK)
    • December's Children (And Everybody's)
    • Aftermath (UK)
    • Aftermath (US)
    • Between The Buttons (UK)
    • Flowers
    • Their Satanic Majesties Request
    • Beggars Banquet
    • Let It Bleed
    • Stray Cats


    This item is not eligible for discount.

    The Rolling Stones (UK)
    1. Route 66
    2. I Just Want To Make Love To You
    3. Honest I Do
    4. Mona (I Need You Baby)
    5. Now I've Got A Witness
    6. Little By Little
    7. I'm A King Bee
    8. Carol
    9. Tell Me
    10. Can I Get A Witness
    11. You Can Make It If You Try
    12. Walking The Dog


    12 x 5
    1. Around And Around
    2. Confessin' The Blues
    3. Empty Heart
    4. Time Is On My Side
    5. Good Times, Bad Times
    6. It's All Over Now
    7. 2120 South Michigan Avenue
    8. Under The Boardwalk
    9. Congratulations
    10. Grown Up Wrong
    11. If You Need Me
    12. Susie Q


    The Rolling Stones No. 2
    1. Everybody Needs Somebody To Love
    2. Down Home Girl
    3. You Can't Catch Me
    4. Time Is On My Side
    5. What A Shame
    6. Grown Up Wrong
    7. Down The Road Apiece
    8. Under The Boardwalk
    9. I Can't Be Satisfied
    10. Pain In My Heart
    11. Off The Hook
    12. Susie Q


    The Rolling Stones, Now!
    1. Everybody Needs Somebody To Love
    2. Down Home Girl
    3. You Can't Catch Me
    4. Heart Of Stone
    5. What A Shame
    6. Mona (I Need You Baby)
    7. Down The Road Apiece
    8. Off The Hook
    9. Pain In My Heart
    10. Oh, Baby (We Got A Good Thing Goin')
    11. Little Red Rooster
    12. Surprise, Surprise


    Out Of Our Heads (US)
    1. Mercy Mercy
    2. Hitch Hike
    3. The Last Time
    4. That's How Strong My Love Is
    5. Good Times
    6. I'm All Right
    7. (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction
    8. Cry To Me
    9. The Under Assistant West Coast Promotion Man
    10. Play With Fire
    11. The Spider And The Fly
    12. One More Try


    Out Of Our Heads (UK)
    1. She Said Yeah
    2. Mercy Mercy
    3. Hitch Hike
    4. That's How Strong My Love Is
    5. Good Times
    6. Gotta Get Away
    7. Talkin' 'Bout You
    8. Cry To Me
    9. Oh, Baby (We Got A Good Thing Goin')
    10. Heart Of Stone
    11. The Under Assistant West Coast Promotion Man
    12. I'm Free


    December's Children (And Everybody's)
    1. She Said Yeah
    2. Talkin' Bout You
    3. You Better Move On
    4. Look What You've Done
    5. The Singer Not The Song
    6. Route 66
    7. Get Off Of My Cloud
    8. I'm Free
    9. As Tears Go By
    10. Gotta Get Away
    11. Blue Turns To Grey
    12. I'm Moving On


    Aftermath (UK)
    1. Mother's Little Helper
    2. Stupid Girl
    3. Lady Jane
    4. Under My Thumb
    5. Doncha Bother Me
    6. Going Home
    7. Flight 505
    8. High And Dry
    9. Out Of Time
    10. It's Not Easy
    11. I Am Waiting
    12. Take It Or Leave It
    13. Think
    14. What To Do


    Aftermath (US)
    1. Paint It, Black
    2. Stupid Girl
    3. Lady Jane
    4. Under My Thumb
    5. Doncha Bother Me
    6. Think
    7. Flight 505
    8. High And Dry
    9. It's Not Easy
    10. I Am Waiting
    11. Going Home


    Between The Buttons (UK)
    1. Yesterday's Papers
    2. My Obsession
    3. Back Street Girl
    4. Connection
    5. She Smiled Sweetly
    6. Cool, Calm & Collected
    7. All Sold Out
    8. Please Go Home
    9. Who' s Been Sleeping Here?
    10. Complicated
    11. Miss Amanda Jones
    12. Something Happened To Me Yesterday


    Flowers
    1. Ruby Tuesday
    2. Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby, Standing In The Shadow?
    3. Let's Spend The Night Together
    4. Lady Jane
    5. Out Of Time
    6. My Girl
    7. Back Street Girl
    8. Please Go Home
    9. Mother's Little Helper
    10. Take It Or Leave It

    11. Ride On, Baby
    12. Sittin' On A Fence


    Their Satanic Majesties Request
    1. Sing This All Together
    2. Citadel
    3. In Another Land
    4. 2000 Man
    5. Sing This All Together (See What Happens)
    6. She's A Rainbow
    7. The Lantern
    8. Gomper
    9. 2000 Light Years From Home
    10. On With The Show


    Beggars Banquet
    1. Sympathy For The Devil
    2. No Expectations
    3. Dear Doctor
    4. Parachute Woman
    5. Jig-saw Puzzle
    6. Street Fighting Man
    7. Prodigal Son
    8. Stray Cat Blues
    9. Factory Girl
    10. Salt Of The Earth


    Let It Bleed
    1. Gimme Shelter
    2. Love In Vain
    3. Country Honk
    4. Live With Me
    5. Let It Bleed
    6. Midnight Rambler
    7. You Got The Silver
    8. Monkey Man
    9. You Can't Always Get What You Want


    Stray Cats
    1. Come On
    2. I Want To Be Loved
    3. I Wanna Be Your Man
    4. Stoned
    5. Fortune Teller
    6. Poison Ivy (Version 1)
    7. Bye Bye Johnny
    8. Money
    9. Poison Ivy (Verison 2)
    10. Not Fade Away
    11. I've Been Loving You Too Long
    12. The Under Assistant West Coast Promo Man (Single)
    13. 19th Nervous Breakdown
    14. Sad Day
    15. Con Le Mie Lacrime (As Tears Go By)
    16. Long, Long While
    17. Who's Driving Your Plane?
    18. We Love You (Single Version)
    19. Dandelion
    20. Child Of The Moon
    21. Jumpin' Jack Flash
    22. Street Fighting Man (Single)
    23. Honky Tonk Women
    24. You Can't Always Get What You Want (Single)

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  • iFi Audio Gemini3.0 Dual-Headed USB Cable 4 OPTIONS AVAILABLE iFi Audio Gemini3.0 Dual-Headed USB Cable Quick View

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    iFi Audio Gemini3.0 Dual-Headed USB Cable


    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.


    The new Gemini3.0 - the best just got upgraded.


    With generic mass-produced USB cables, the data and power cables are normally compacted. This means that they do not conduct anywhere near as well as they should (imagine laying signal and power cables together in a high-end audio system!) and are not sufficiently shielded from each other. This negatively impacts on the USB signal quality that in turn, hampers sound quality.


    Not so with the Gemini3.0.


    As with the original Gemini cable, the Gemini3.0 carries audio and power in two separate cables. This separates the delicate USB data signal from the USB power.


    It employs heavy OFHC continuous copper silver matrix conductors for the best possible signal transfer. The construction is a custom minimum inductance parallel type with quadruple shields - this construction protects the cable from RFI and EMI noise to provide the cleanest transfer medium possible.


    With the machined FINAL connectors and atypical RF3 filter designs, the iFi Gemini3.0 sets a whole new sonic benchmark for computer audio transmission.


    Need for speed


    USB3.0 is vastly superior to USB2.0 at handling high-data volumes.


    The USB3.0 platform mandates better connectors and higher quality cables - the new Gemini3.0 meets these needs with ease. This much higher standard transmission platform means USB audio passes with the least disturbance. It is akin to driving on a newly paved highway compared to with potholes. The former enables faster, smoother and less-jittery audio & power transfer. The sonic benefits are proof for all to hear.


    As audio transmission standards improve, the Gemini3.0 with its USB ultra-speed bandwidth of 5.0Gbps, is also future-proofed.


    The Gemini difference continues


    As with the original Gemini cable, in the Gemini3.0 the power cable is heavier gauge and audio has more cores. Furthermore, signal and ground have their own respective geometry for optimal conductivity.


    There are dual-headed designs and then there is the Gemini3.0 Dual-Headed design. Nothing comes close.


    Exceptional from beginning to end


    In the Gemini3.0 the signal runs through the cable and the connector. This means the connector too must be exceptional.


    Most USB cables use moulded plastic covered connections that do not shield the high frequencies present in the USB data link, so noise will radiate out. Durability is also compromised as very few make their own connectors.


    The FINAL USB connectors provide impeccable end-to-end RF shielding, being machined entirely from solid, aircraft-grade aluminium. Plus gold-plated connections make for years of steadfast service.


    The power of RF3


    Most standard USB cables do not address RF issues. Most 'off the shelf' versions that are fitted with filters work over too narrow a range. And even then this is only fitted at the ends of the cables, leaving the length of the cable to act as an antennae.


    The Gemini3.0 is fitted with three custom-made metal oxide ceramic RF noise silencers. Each has a different effective range so that they greatly broaden the range over which RF noise is silenced. Furthermore, the middle silencer is adjustable and can be moved along the whole length of the cable. This then "detunes" the antennae formed by the cable, depending on the conditions and requirements in the system. The other 2 silencers should be kept as close to each respective end as possible.


    A match made in USB heaven


    The Gemini3.0 is a perfect match with the iGalvanic3.0 and the micro/nano USB3.0.


    The iGalvanic3.0 fully galvanically isolates the USB3.0/2.0 signal and power.


    The micro/nano USB3.0 both boast a Super Regulator, not only with super low-noise (0.1uV/0.5uV) but also with super low output impedance (around 0.00015 Ohm at 1KHz, as low as 0.00003 Ohm at 100Hz to DC) to maximise the total USB connection.


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  • iFi Audio Gemini Dual-Headed USB Cable 2 LENGTHS AVAILABLE iFi Audio Gemini Dual-Headed USB Cable Quick View

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    iFi Audio Gemini Dual-Headed USB Cable


    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.


    The iFi Gemini Dual-Headed USB cable will rule them all. Audio and power cables are not laid side by side yet in the USB configuration because of its origins, transmits this way. The iFi Gemini carries Audio + Power in two separate cables. Critically, the special geometry adheres to the 90 ohm impedance specification better than even the USB 2.0 standard. Resistance is 4x lower than textbook. The FINAL USB machined connectors provide impeccable shielding from end-to-end. The atypicalrf3silencer design spans the whole of the frequency range to totally banish all noise.


    With this unorthodox array of features, the Gemini Dual-Headed USB cable sonically, eclipses them all.


    A simple, yet effective illustration is the graph below. The Gemini cable adheres to the 90ohm specification of the USB transmission protocol exhibiting just a 1% deviation from the 90ohm impedance end-to-end (ie. connector + cable together).


    Other expensive audiophile cables by comparison, vary as much as 15% (or 78ohm-103ohm!) This one key parameter is often overlooked yet is essential to maximise the quality of the signal transfer.


    The Gemini D-H USB cable. This Twin is not identical.


    There are dual-headed designs and there is the Gemini Dual-Headed design. The following picture clearly illustrates audio and power in two separate cables. Upon closer examination, power is heavier gauge and audio has more cores. Further, signal and ground have their own respective geometry to conduct optimally. This is the Gemini difference.


    The signal runs through the cable and connector. Therefore, the connector must be as exceptional as the cable. Most USB Cables use moulded plastic covered connections. Plastic cannot shield the high frequencies present in the USB Data link, so noise will radiate out. Durability is also compromised. The FINAL USB connectors provides impeccable end-to-end RF shielding, being machined entirely from solid aluminium. Gold-plated connections make for years of steadfast service.


    iFi's proprietary machine connector looks and feels like it was hewn from a solid block of aluminium. This is not far from the truth. This is the iFi standard.


    Addressing RF issues is usually non-existent in USB cables. Even those with filters fitted, they are off the shelf and as such, work only over too narrow a range. Also, too few are fitted and common RFI filtering is placed at the ends of the cables, leaving the whole length of the cable to act as effective antennae.


    The Gemini cable is fitted with three custom-made metal oxide ceramic RF noise silencers. Each with different effective ranges; thus they greatly broaden the range over which RF noise is silenced. Further the middle silencer is design to be adjustable (moved along the whole length), to "detune" the antennae formed by the cable, depending on the conditions and requirements in the system. The other 2 silencers which are not affixed, should be kept as close to each respective end as possible.


    To reach the absolute zenith in USB audio quality, we recommend the Gemini cable (for separate audio and power transmission) AND the iUSB Power (to supply pure, clean power). This combination is unique to iFi because no one drills down to the fundamentals like we do. The use of the Gemini cable + iUSB Power is simply unparalleled when it comes to attaining the quietest and smoothest music playback from computer audio. There is just no competition, period.


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  • Swim Team Swim Team Quick View

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    Swim Team

    Music thrives on freedom. Without boundaries or blueprints, songs not only come to life, but last for a very long time to come.


    Dirty Heads' sixth full-length offering, SWIM TEAM [Five Seven Music], finds the group at its most free. The Orange County, CA quintet-Jared "Dirty J" Watson [co-lead vocals], Dustin "Duddy B" Bushnell [co-lead vocals, guitar], Jon Olazabal [percussion], Matt Ochoa [drums], and David Foral [bass]-traffic between alternative, hip-hop, reggae, and rock with the same spirit and spark that's powered them since the beginning.


    As a result, the hooks naturally became bigger, the experimentation got bolder, and the smoke blazed brighter


    "We've put in so much hard work over the years that we have the freedom to do whatever we want now," affirms Jared. "Making the new record, I re-fell in love with everything about being in this band: writing music, playing shows, having fun, and where we're at. We spent every day not only working on songs, but laughing our asses off. What other people said didn't matter. The rules of being a proper songwriter and all of that bullshit didn't matter. If something felt good, we left it in there. It was so cool to get back to that feeling. Creating music was completely free. It was just fucking fun!"


    For the better part of 15 years, Dirty Heads have quietly worked towards this point. In 2008, they emerged with the fan favorite full-length debut, Any Point In A Storm. Signature single "Lay Me Down" achieved an RIAA gold certification and clinched #1 on the Billboard Alternative Chart for 11 weeks-a record run for that year. 2014 saw Sound of Change debut at #8 on the Billboard Top 200, garner acclaim from the likes of Esquire, and vault "My Sweet Summer" to the top of Alternative Radio. Most recently, 2016's self-titled Dirty Heads went Top 15 on the Top 200 and spawned the smash "That's All I Need," which racked up over 10.5 million Spotify streams and counting. Noisey summed up the album best as, "Killer." Simultaneously, they remain one of the world's most engaging and exhilarating live acts, selling out sheds coast to coast.


    During early 2017, the group started writing songs with no expectations or plans and soon found themselves working on what would become SWIM TEAM. That boundless environment immediately fostered inspiration.


    "We had some time off, and we were like, 'We might as well get in the studio and see what happens'," recalls Duddy. "In doing that, we were able to come up with some really good ideas. We didn't have any pressure to put out new music. It's a lot more ambient and simple. We went heavier on the hip-hop, which I love. After the first song, we agreed to just finish a record. We were all inspired."


    In order to capture those moments, Dirty Heads handpicked a team of collaborators-Jonas Jeberg [Demi Lovato, Juicy J, Jason Derulo], "Lay Me Down" partner-in-crime Rome [Enrique Iglesias] of Sublime with Rome, Blueprint [Jay-Z, Kanye West, Timbaland, Eminem, Nas, Prodigy], Oren Yoel [Miley Cyrus, Kanye West], HEAVY [Andrew McMahon], and The Score-and recorded between Los Angeles and Orange County.


    "On the last album, it was like a mad speed dating rush with a bunch of producers to see who worked best," says Jared. "We had never done that before, and it was cool. It was a different vibe, studio, and guy every day. There are only a few producers on SWIM TEAM. The only new guys were HEAVY, and we hit it off immediately. We were molding and mutating what Dirty Heads are but with something new. We wanted to create songs we hadn't heard before."


    That brings us to the first single "Vacation." Produced by Jeberg, "Vacation" sways from bright sun-soaked piano and booming horns into an unshakable and hashtaggable chant, "Hey, I'm on vacation every single day cuz I love my occupation. Hey, I'm on vacation, if you don't like your life then you should go and change it."


    "We spent eight years in a van, worked hard, and now we're here," says Duddy. "It's almost like a vacation now."


    "I want 'Vacation' to speak to people out there who have paid their dues and love their jobs," adds Jared. "For those who don't enjoy what they do every day, it sends a message that, 'It's not too late to do something else.' If you're not happy, life is way too fucking short to hang around and do things you don't love. We're blessed to do something we're passionate about. We hope you feel the same!"


    Working with HEAVY, the emotional "Celebrate" volleys from vulnerable verses into confessional raps and a heart-wrenching refrain about being away from home. It's a classic pop ballad Dirty Heads-style with the power to resonate amongst listeners everywhere.


    "It strikes a chord for those of us who travel a lot and leave friends and families at home," explains Duddy. "We miss so much on the road. We're humans. We have wives. We have kids. We're happy to do what we love, but at the same time we miss our loved ones."


    Then there's "High Tea," which tows the line between 1940s-inspired crooning and grimy East Coast rhyme gymnastics like The Ink Spots guesting on Paul's Boutique.


    "That's my favorite song we've ever written," beams Jared. "The melody was super catchy, and there's an old school guitar part. We juxtapose those mellow, airy, and ethereal elements with hard-hitting hip-hop. We were drinking these weed kombuchas at the time," he laughs.


    In the end, SWIM TEAM represents Dirty Heads at their most dynamic, diverse, and definitive.


    "When you hear it, I just want you to walk away thinking, 'Damn, that sounds like Dirty Heads'," concludes Duddy.


    Jared leaves off, "I want you to feel the same way I did making it. Join this weird, odd, and wonderful secret society we've created over the past fifteen years. You're part of it now. Welcome to the team."

    1. Staloney
    2. High Tea
    3. Mad At It
    4. Vacation
    5. Celebrate
    6. Diamonds And Pearls
    7. Get Somewhere
    8. So Glad You Made It
    9. God Damn Liar
    10. Lonely
    11. West Coast
    The Dirty Heads
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    Sound Of Change

    The Sound of Change can't come from external forces, it has to emanate from within. For Dirty Heads, evolution beyond their reggae-rock roots has developed over time and is manifested on their new album "Sound of Change." Due out summer 2014 via Five Seven Music, the album boasts some of the groups' most diverse and ambitious work to date. "Sound of Change" takes a literal meaning with the production of this album, as the band links up with Grammy award winning producer Supa Dups (Nina Sky, Bruno Mars), Buddah Shampoo (Ty Dolla $ign), Niles (of hip hop duo, The Cataracs), Ward 21 (311, Major Lazer reggae collaborators) and long-time friend and collaborator, Rome (Sublime).


    The feel-good vibe associated with their sound was not forgotten. Sonically, "Sound of Change" amps up the groundwork laid by previous albums. Fine-tuned alternative choruses work harmoniously with hip-hop influenced production that seams the songs together. Universal themes of compassion, reflection and happiness are at the core of "Sound of Change." "We wanted the songs on this album to touch on the things we deeply care about and the people we are inside" front man Jared (Dirty J) Watson asserts, "but then we want to address the other side - when the weekend comes and we need to let go and just rage." Who can't relate to that feeling?


    Vocalist/Guitarist Dustin Bushnell (Duddy B) is constantly looking to connect the dots between the live show with the album tracks, often mentally mapping out the live elements as the songs are being recorded. For the touring cycle surrounding the release "Sound of Change" the band plans to bring a live show that will energetically compliment each new track. Dirty Heads have racked up their miles bringing that live experience to fans across the globe for over a decade. "Now that our lives are touring we get to see the world," both Watson and Bushnell agree, "we're taking stories and vibes from around the world and making this album is the culmination of that."


    The band's breakout 2008 album "Any Port In The Storm" included the chart-topping hit track "Lay Me Down" which features current Sublime frontman, Rome. The track had an incredible run for eleven weeks at #1 on the Billboard charts, laying a solid foundation for their follow up sophomore album "Cabin By The Sea" which was released in 2012. Dirty Heads then began their musical metamorphosis with their 2013 acoustic album "Home - Phantoms Of Summer," allowing time for their metamorphosis embodied in "Sound of Change." Their previous work featured contributions from talent such as Del The Funky Homosapien, Matisyahu, Rome (Sublime) and guitar legend Slash.


    "Sound of Change" is a melting pot of all the band members' experiences and musical persuasions, addressing both serious and lighthearted subject matter in their signature way. On the lighter side of the spectrum, "Burn Slow" (Produced by Rome, featuring rapper, Tech N9ne) showcases the hip-hop oriented side of the band. With anthemic choruses and a feel-good aura, Watson boasts the song is the perfect soundtrack for those times when you're "having a good time, going out with friends and realize that sometimes you just need to chill." The retro sound and sexy lyrics of "Hear You Comin," highlights Watson's soaring vocals in its hook. The first single, the metaphorical "My Sweet Summer" (produced by Niles from The Cataracs) is, in reality, a song for all seasons. An undeniable groove underlines the lyrical lament. The title track "Sound of Change" is the key manifestation of the artistic maturation of the band. "The world is always changing political and social outlooks and on a broader scale, look at the changes within yourself" Watson reflects, "the song is about embracing the change life is going to bring no matter what, because that change is inevitable." Though there is diversity on "Sound of Change," as a body of work, it is cohesive in a way only Dirty Heads can achieve.


    As a full six-piece unit, frontmen Watson and Bushnell are joined by keyboardist/vocalist Shawn Hagood, percussionist Jon Olazabal, drummer Matt Ochoa and bassist David Foral. This lineup is hell-bent on grabbing new ears with "Sound of Change." Their own journey can be heard within the album- all you have to do is sit back and listen.

    1. Sound Of Change
    2. My Sweet Summer
    3. Medusa (feat. Ward 21)
    4. Burn Slow (feat. Tech N9ne)
    5. Franco Eyed (feat. B-Real of Cypress Hill)
    6. End Of The World
    7. One Hand
    8. Radio
    9. Burials
    10. Hear You Coming
    11. Silence
    12. Dark Days
    13. Running For Your Life
    The Dirty Heads
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    Let's Be Still

    It wasn't that long ago that the members of Seattle's The Head and the Heart were busking on street corners, strumming their acoustic guitars, stomping their feet and singing in harmony as they attempted to attract the attention of passersby. After capturing that unbridled energy on the band's 2011 debut album for hometown label Sub Pop, the band went from playing open mic nights to selling out headlining shows in prestigious venues. The album became one of Sub Pop's best-selling debut releases in years. And, slowly but surely, ideas began to form for the band's second album, imbued with the experiences of traveling the world and playing to ever-growing crowds.


    The Head and the Heart's new album, Let's Be Still, is a snapshot of a band that didn't exist four years ago. Virginia native Jonathan Russell and California transplant Josiah Johnson formed the core songwriting partnership, which was rounded out by drummer Tyler Williams, keyboardist Kenny Hensley, vocalist/violinist Charity Rose Thielen and bassist Chris Zasche, who'd met Russell and Johnson while tending bar at an open mic they frequented. The nascent group dove headrst into writing, recording and performing, and even moved into the same house.


    After the breakaway success of their debut and countless shows on the road, the band is in a distinctly different situation. "There is a condence gained from having such an amazing fan base," says group member Jonathan Russell. "You start to trust yourself more. When we were busking, we were lling so much space to keep the listener from walking away." Says Johnson, "We wanted to write songs that felt bigger, and didn't need to be so frantic. I think for the most part we wanted to record an album that sounds like the way we play now."


    Adds Russell, "Has there been an impact on our lives since we have become full-time musicians? Sure. On one hand, it's everything you have ever wanted. On the other hand, you start to miss the things you've lost and had to give up. And that's just life. My job is to write about it."


    Let's Be Still was recorded at Seattle's Studio Litho with assistance from prior production collaborator Shawn Simmons, and mixed in Bridgeport, Conn., with Peter Katis, revered for his work with bands such as the National, Interpol and the Swell Season.

    1. Homecoming Heroes
    2. Another Story
    3. Springtime
    4. Summertime
    5. Josh McBride
    6. Shake
    7. Cruel
    8. Let's Be Still
    9. My Friends
    10. 10,000 Weight in Gold
    11. Fire/Fear
    12. These Days Are Numbered
    13. Gone
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    Grace & Lies

    On the surface, the two concepts Grace and Lies couldn't seem more different. One of them restores, the other ruins. One of them forgives, the other deceives. But to hear Kim Krans, frontwoman for Family Band, tell it, the two aren't opposed, they're intertwined. Grace and Lies are two characters I envisioned last summer, she says, by way of explaining the haunting title track on the group's second record. I couldn't get them out of my head. I saw them in a field behind our cabin, singing and slow dancing, like ghosts, sort of. They're the rulers of beauty and false promises. And we all fall for them from time to time."


    And therein lies the beautiful dichotomy of Family Band. A collaboration between visual-artist-turned-singer Kim Krans and her husband, onetime heavy-metal guitarist Jonny Ollsin (Children, S.T.R.E.E.T.S.), the merging of the couple's sensibilities makes for music that's simultaneously elegant and visceral. Their songs are as stark as bare trees in winter, Krans' baleful alto swooping mournfully over Ollsin's glimmering guitar like a black crow against a grey sky.


    As its title implies Grace & Lies is equal parts light and shadow, evoking the mystery and terror of early Cat Power, the ghostly aura of Warpaint, with whom Family Band toured in 2011, and the hushed longing of prime-era Cowboy Junkies. Though they explored similar territory, both sonically and lyrically, on their self-released debut, Miller Path, on Grace their canvas is wider, the greys lusher, the blacks deeper. Assisted by bass and lapsteel player Scott Hirsch (Hiss Golden Messenger), the couple has made a record that boldly confronts life's darker questions.


    Miller Path was recorded mostly at our cabin upstate, while Jonny was busy with his metal band and I was focused on my visual arts career, Krans explains. It was my first time recording music and I didn't know how to steer the wheel. I didn't even know what the wheel was. But with Grace & Lies, we all decided what the overarching atmosphere and mood of the record should be. I made big drawings of each song in the control room, with all the parts and changes illustrated, and we built those visions with sound.

    That meticulous planning is evident throughout. Night Song revolves around a single, dazzling guitar riff that spirals like stars in the night sky; Ride builds steadily to an ominous, spectacular finale, timpanis booming and guitars gathering like storm clouds in a clear sky; and Again, which boasts production and instrumental work by Dan Rossen of Grizzly Bear, surges forward, a roaring river beneath a sheet of ice. Grace & Lies is a document of a band staring down life's larger riddles: love, death, loss and deceit.

    1. Night Song
    2. Lace
    3. Moonbeams
    4. Ride
    5. Your Name
    6. Again
    7. Grace & Lies
    8. Keeper
    9. Rest
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    Perpetual Motion People

    Perpetual Motion People was recorded with Furman's current band The Boyfriends - comprising Jorgen Jorgensen (bass), Ben Joseph (keyboards, guitar), Sam Durkes (drums) and saxophonist Tim Sandusky - at studio Ballistico in Furman's home city of Chicago (though he's currently based in San Francisco). The album kicks off with 'Restless Year', about which Consequence Of Sound described as, "a ball of energy, bouncing around genre borders with glee. There's the rebellion of '90s indie rock, a string of sunshine-y '80s pop, and the snarl of '70s punk."


    "The opening lines of my records tend to be summary statements," says Furman. "Every year has been restless, physically and even more internally." Hence the title Perpetual Motion People, "That's who it was made by and that's who it's for. People who feel they can never settle. I'm restless in most aspects. I don't tend to live in one place for long. I am always changing the way I present my gender. My religious life is intensely up and down in terms of observance and personal convictions. I've always viewed the idea of truth itself as something wobbly, always slipping out of our grasp. That's what the songs are about: a head that is haunted, a society I cannot join, a lover who is perpetually in the act of leaving. A central idea is the fugitive or runaway, in a hideout built in the midst of an unfriendly or alienated world."


    "The other aspect is a feeling of expansiveness, the largeness of emotion, from joy to pain. Some people think life is small or confined, but to me it's just big, and I'd say each song has something to say, to declare themselves large. It's also to do with trying to make something that a lot of people would listen to after Day Of The Dog got some kind of increased attention."


    In that, he's done his job, switching from the sinewy jubilance of 'Hark! To The Music' to the wistful heart-ache of 'Ordinary Life', from the power-pop snarl of 'Tip Of The Match' to the wracked country blues of "One Day I Will Sin No More". The waterfront covered marks Furman out as a true original, tapping avenues of music that most others have left alone, or wouldn't have the guts to emulate. "There's rarely been a scene that I've wanted to be part of," he admits. "I'm just not hearing other stuff out there that I wish existed, so that's my goal, to do it myself.


    Ultimately, Furman declares, life in perpetual motion is, "a good way to be. If you are never on a sure footing you don't get bored and the world is always new. It causes a lot of pain as well, but it seems worth it, and it is probably the only way I know how to be."

    1. Restless Year
    2. Lousy Connection
    3. Hark! to the Music
    4. Haunted Head
    5. Hour Of Deepest Need
    6. Wobbly
    7. Ordinary Life
    8. Tip of a Match
    9. Body Was Made
    10. Watch You Go By
    11. Pot Holes
    12. Can I Sleep In Your Brain?
    13. One Day I Will Sin No More
    Ezra Furman
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  • Klipsch Reference On-Ear Bluetooth Headphones 2 COLORS AVAILABLE Klipsch Reference On-Ear Bluetooth Headphones Quick View

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    Klipsch Reference On-Ear Bluetooth Headphones




    Created with the same acoustic signature as our award-winning Reference Series headphones, Reference On-Ear Bluetooth® headphones add high definition aptX and AAC streaming along with the ability to listen in passive mode using the removable cable.




    Legendary Sound + Great Fit

    One of Paul W. Klipsch's first labors of love was a headphone. Over seven decades later, our legendary acoustic heritage combined with in-depth comfort and fit expertise are forged into every Klipsch headphone making them the best sounding and most comfortable options on Earth. Reference On-Ear headphones are designed to minimize fatigue and create the perfect seal, enabling you to rock-on way beyond the encore.




    Quality You Can Feel

    Built with the authentic in mind, Reference On-Ear headphones diasplay a minimal, clean design. Hinges and sliding mechanisms are reinforced and cleverly hidden for a clean, solid feel and added reliability.




    No Compromise Wireless Sound

    Due to high definition aptX® and AAC streaming, not an ounce of fidelity is lost in the wireless transmission of audio. And since Klipsch acoustic design principles are based upon accurate music reproduction, Reference On-Ear doesn't add anything you weren't meant to hear by the artist. Vocals are clear, highs are crisp, and bass is true and accurate.




    No Pressure | Just Comfort

    Reference On-Ear's premium ear cushions are soft and deep, adding comfort and separating the music from outside noise. The earcup provides articulation in all directions, ensuring that pressure is applied evenly across the entire ear. With just the perfect amount of headband pressure, your ears will stay comfortable for hours.




    Portable Design

    Apt for get-up-and-go situations, Reference On-Ear headphones fold up and include a hard zip carrying case. A durable, tangle-resistant pass-through cable lets you keep the music going if the battery runs out.




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    Klipsch Reference Over-Ear Headphones




    Utilizing Klipsch's Balanced Dynamic (KBD) driver technology, the fully balanced drivers move like a piston and minimize distortion bringing the most true-to-life bass sound ever heard in an over-ear headphone. With deep, comfortable ear cushions and high-end 40mm KBD dynamic drivers, Reference Over-Ear is the new standard for over-ear sound.




    Sound As Good As It Looks

    Built to sound completely neutral, Reference Over-Ear creates audiophile sound without the high price tag. The enhanced precision of Klipsch's KBD driver adds clarity and articulation to any song. The balanced driver moves like a piston, minimizing distortion and improving resolution.




    Superior Comfort

    Reference Over-Ear's removable memory foam ear cushions are soft and deep. With an extra large ear opening, the cushions are one-size-fits-all. The earcup provides articulation in all directions, allowing pressure to be applied evenly across the entire head. With the perfect amount of headband pressure, your ears will have hours of comfort.




    Patented Klipsch Balanced Dynamic Drivers

    Reference Over-Ear headphones utilize patented Klipsch Balanced Dynamic (KBD) driver technology which brings you closer to the music by equalizing the weight of the driver's diaphragm. KBD driver technology greatly improves sound, reducing the driver's intermodulation distortion (IMD) by removing lead wires from the diaphragm. Distortion reduces clarity and gives an unnatural element to the original sound. The difference is noticeable as bass becomes fluid and connected to the midrange and high frequencies without becoming bloated or disconnected. The improved dynamics create a soundstage and presence only heard in Klipsch's legendary speakers.




    Portable Design

    Apt for get-up-and-go situations, Reference Over-Ear headphones fold up and include a hard zip carrying case. A durable, tangle-resistant cable and three button mic make it simple to have full control of your Apple device without having to take it out of your pocket.




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    Klipsch Reference Over-Ear Bluetooth Headphones




    The Klipsch Reference Over-Ear Bluetooth® headphones use Klipsch's Balanced Dynamic (KBD) driver technology to decrease distortion and pump out the most authentic bass ever heard in an over-ear headphone. With Bluetooth® high definition streaming audio and a cVc® microphone, these premium headphones ensure a comfortable, easy-to-use listening experience for an affordable price.




    Klipsch Balanced Dynamic Technology

    One of Paul W. Klipsch's first labors of love was a headphone. Over seven decades later, our legendary acoustic heritage combined with in-depth comfort and fit expertise are forged into every Klipsch headphone making them the best sounding and most comfortable options on Earth. Reference On-Ear headphones are designed to minimize fatigue and create the perfect seal, enabling you to rock-on way beyond the encore.




    No Compromise Wireless Sound

    Due to high definition aptX® and AAC streaming, not an ounce of fidelity is lost in the wireless transmission of audio. Built to sound completely neutral, Reference Over-Ear creates audiophile sound without the audiophile price. The enhanced precision of Klipsch's KBD driver adds clarity and articulation to any song. The the balanced driver moves like a piston, minimizing distortion and improving resolution.




    All Day Comfort

    Reference On-Ear's premium ear cushions are soft and deep, adding comfort and separating the music from outside noise. The earcup provides articulation in all directions, ensuring that pressure is applied evenly across the entire ear. With just the perfect amount of headband pressure, your ears will stay comfortable for hours.




    Ready For The Road

    Apt for get-up-and-go situations, Reference Over-Ear headphones fold up and include a hard zip carrying case. A durable, tangle-resistant pass-through cable keeps the music going, even if the battery runs out.




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    There's A Riot Going On

    There's a riot going on. You don't need me, or Yo
    La Tengo, to tell you that. These are dark times, in our
    heads as much as in the streets. It's easy to lose contact
    with the ground. Confusion and anxiety intrude
    into daily life and cause you to lose your compass.
    There are times that call for anthems, something to lift
    you out of your slump and put fire in your feet. And
    sometimes what is needed is a balm, a sound that will
    wrap around you and work out the knots in your neck.


    For Yo La Tengo, this is a slow-motion action
    painting. Ira Kaplan, Georgia Hubley, and James
    McNew did it all themselves, in their rehearsal studio,
    with no engineer and no complicated equipment
    (John McEntire later assisted in mixing). They did not
    rehearse together beforehand; they turned on the recorder
    and let things coalesce. Songs came together
    over long stretches, sometimes as much as a year going
    by between parts. You'd never guess this, since
    the layers are joined with such a liquid brush. You'd
    imagine most of the songs had sprung forth whole,
    since they will enter your head that way. Within two
    listens you will be powerless to resist the magnetic
    draw of "Shades of Blue," will involuntarily hear "She
    May, She Might" on your internal jukebox first thing in
    the morning and "Let's Do It Wrong" late at night.


    While there's a riot going on, Yo La Tengo will
    remind you what it's like to dream. The sound burbles
    and washes and flows and billows. If records were
    dedicated to the cardinal elements, this one would be
    water. There are shimmery hazes, spectral rumbles, a
    flash of backward masking. You are there. And even if
    your mind is not unclouded--shaken, misdirected, out
    of words and out of time--you can still float, ride the
    waves of an ocean deeper than your worries, above
    the sound and above the Sound.

    LP 1
    1. You Are Here
    2. Shades of Blue
    3. She May, She Might
    4. For You Too
    5. Ashes
    6. Polynesia #1
    7. Dream Dream Away


    LP 2
    1. Shortwave
    2. Above the Sound
    3. Let's Do It Wrong
    4. What Chance Have I Got
    5. Esportes Casual
    6. Forever
    7. Out of the Pool
    8. Here You Are

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    Big Moon Ritual

    In 2011, after more than 20 years of intense gigging and recording, Chris Robinson set off to shape something new, a fresh rock mythology, a breathing kaleidoscopic entity stuffed with chooglin soul, bedrock boogie and shuffling wisdom birthed in intimate clubs and amongst the tall trees of the Golden State and eventually taken nationwide as the Chris Robinson Brotherhood.


    What began as an experiment without expectations turned into a 118-show journey for Robinson (lead vocals/guitar), Neal Casal (guitar/vocals), Adam MacDougall (keys/vocals), George Sluppick (drums) and Mark Dutton (bass/vocals) that surprised these seasoned pros as music of unshakable solidity and exuberant reach poured out of them, a New Cosmic California sound with tendrils reaching to the original Fillmore West, Topanga Canyon and outwards towards far horizons.


    The music of the Chris Robinson Brotherhood finds its fruition on their debut studio album Big Moon Ritual due out on Silver Arrow/Megaforce Records, to be followed by companion album The Magic Door.


    "This music is unashamedly what we're into," says Robinson. "It's not a psych band because you have a Prince Valiant haircut and wear Beatle boots. It's psych because that's where our heads are. We want to make music that blossoms. We want to make music that sounds cosmic."

    1. Tulsa Yesterday
    2. Rosalee
    3. Star Or Stone
    4. Tomorrow Blues
    5. Reflections On A Broken Mirror
    6. Beware, Oh Take Care
    7. One Hundred Days Of Rain
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    Heavy Window

    After three LPs and a clutch of 45s, Southern Indiana's Apache Dropout have
    loosened an adherence to the divine mono sound and forged a scaly stereo
    technique for HEAVY WINDOW This is a deeper, blown out swagger of peer-less
    rock 'n' roll filtered through a lush three-dimensional spectrum.


    These 11 songs hoist Sonny Blood as one of today's finest guitarist/writers stewed in
    the melodic tonic of Sir Winston & The Commons and his own fug'ed 'n' frenzied,
    black-out solos. Overdubbed and bounced between tracks until saturation set in,
    Sonny's fuzz drenches the caveman rhythms into a timeless sound poetry smacking
    onto our suffering, circumstance and flesh. Yet this trio's songs about conspiracies,
    revolutionaries and paranoia remain maverick, compact pop songs tethered to a
    chorus and groove.


    Just as their self-titled debut snapped heads back, Apache Dropout has proven again
    they can rescore the garage rock aesthetic and remain undisputed purveyors of true
    lysergic North American boogie.


    Formed in 2008, Apache Dropout have toured the sub-U.S. underground insistently
    while chaste to their uncompromising, out-of-step vision. After previous full-lengths
    on Trouble In Mind and Family Vineyard, Apache Dropout return to Magnetic South,
    the imprint of their debut single and the publishing arm of their analogue studio, for
    this LP/CD release. John Dawson recorded this album at the Bloomington, Indiana
    studio during fall 2013.

    1. Sittin' Around
    2. Heavy Window
    3. Trash Is Treasure
    4. Movie Magic
    5. Little Georgie
    6. Tired Old Story
    7. Crystal Ball
    8. Left the Nest
    9. Detective
    10. Radio Double Agent
    11. After the Space Age
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    Why Make Sense?

    Hot Chip's new album, Why Make Sense?, restates the band's intentions and redefines the very
    things that made them relevant in the first place. Its ten tracks shun modernist dancefloor tropes in
    order to flick through the dusty corners of the band's teenage record collections, back when they
    were experimenting with music on primitive computer programmes. This, their sixth album, comes on
    the back of the highly successful In Our Heads and a touring period that saw them headline venues
    such as the iconic Hollywood Bowl and close out major festivals the world over.


    Why Make Sense? represents the first time the Hot Chip live band has recorded together residentially.
    The result is a revelation. Alternately jarring and chaotic, pared back, thundering, then pulsating and
    gloriously mellifluous, the album confidently displays its influences: clattering analogue post-punk
    ('Why Make Sense?'), Philly disco ('Dark Night'), and outer-space acid dub ('Easy To Get'). The crisp,
    snapping '90s RnB of "Love Is The Future" calls in guest spots from De La Soul's Posdnuos and
    Scritti Politti's Green Gartside on vocals and arrangements respectively. The record even eschews
    Alexis' vocals in favour of a carefully chosen sample that adds huge clout to the emotionally charged
    core of the album, 'Need You Now.'

    1. Huarache Lights
    2. Love Is The Future
    3. Cry For You
    4. Started Right
    5. White Wine And Fried Chicken
    6. Dark Night
    7. Easy To Get
    8. Need You Now
    9. So Much Further To Go
    10. Why Make Sense
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    Prisoner (Discontinued)

    "...really freaky and psychedelic, so plan your drug usage accordingly. Not that one needs substances to dig this Dutch trio, whose instrumental makeup - guitar, organ and drums - and sound conjure hazy memories of The Doors, among other '60s greats. The group is already a big deal in France, and with the release of 'Prisoner,' they'll likely turn some heads - and blow some minds - here in the States." - Diffuser.FM


    After 97 shows in 2013 all over Europe and USA, Dutch psychedelic rockers BIRTH OF JOY have already proven to be a true live rock sensation! The band is Master in invoking a primal emotion that lays hidden in many of us. The kind of emotion that craves to burst out when you experience something pure, something real, something authentic. Well, these guys are exactly that, they ARE the real deal: sex, drugs and rock&roll! Blood, sweat and... well, mostly alcohol! Influenced by psychedelica, blues and steaming rock&roll this trio takes you back to the good old times of MC5, The Doors and even Pink Floyd. At the same time they introduce a modern twist influenced by stoner, grunge and punk and hence create their own sound! With a drum- player that could be John Bonham's son, an organist that harasses his instrument to death and a singer/guitarist that seems to be the power-incarnation of Jim Morrison, this band is bound to catapult psychedelic rock&roll back into our modern times with an energy you can't resist!


    The new album PRISONER was recorded and produced in November 2013 by Joris Wolff (e.g. De Staat, Within Temptation and Mister and Mississippi) and mastered by Brian Lucey (e.g. The Black Keys, Arctic Monkeys, David Lynch and Dr. John)

    1. The Sound
    2. How it Goes
    3. Keep Your Eyes Shut
    4. Three Day Road
    5. Grow
    6. Rock & Roll Show
    7. Longtime Boogie
    8. Mad Men
    9. Holding On
    10. Prisoner
    11. Clean Cut
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