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  • Quentin Tarantino's Death Proof Soundtrack Quentin Tarantino's Death Proof Soundtrack Quick View

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    Quentin Tarantino's Death Proof Soundtrack

    Daredevil, cult-film hero-directors
    Quentin Tarantino (Reservoir Dogs, Pulp
    Fiction, Kill Bill) and Robert Rodriguez
    (Sin City, From Dusk Till Dawn, Desperado)
    have teamed up for Grindhouse, their
    double-feature homage to the '60s, '70s
    and '80s B-movie exploitation genres.
    Reviving original tracks from those
    decades and more, the soundtrack album
    for Quentin Tarantino's Death Proof
    reaches back with the same hip, offbeat
    attitude that has helped make Tarantino
    and Rodriguez two of the most admired
    auteurs of the MTV generation.
    1. The Last Race - Jack Nitzsche
    2. Baby, It's You - Smith
    3. Paranoia Prima - Ennio Morricone
    4. Planning & Scheming - Eli Roth & Michael Bacall
    5. Jeepster - T Rex
    6. Stuntman Mike - Rose McGowan & Kurt Russell
    7. Staggolee - Pacific Gas & Electric
    8. The Love You Save (May Be Your Own) - Joe Tex
    9. Good Love, Bad Love - Eddie Floyd
    10. Down In Mexico - The Coasters
    11. Hold Tight - Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich
    12. Sally and Jack (From the Motion Picture Blow Out) - Pino Donaggio
    13. It's So Easy - Willy DeVille
    14. Whatever-However - Tracie Thoms & Zoe Bell
    15. Riot In Thunder Alley - Eddie Beram
    16. Chick Habit - April March
    Various Artists
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    Heretic Pride

    The Mountain Goats have recorded four fine albums that have established them as a genuine cult phenomenon and confirmed John Darnielle's status as one of the finest lyricists of his generation. Heretic Pride is a suite of songs about mythical creatures, imaginary cults, slasher films, and pulp fiction novelists. Here, Darnielle has also come up with some of the most anthemic, impassioned, and downright catchy songs of his career. It's rare to come across such specific and purposeful prose in modern pop. But, alongside Bright Eyes' Conor Oberst and the Decemberists' Colin Meloy, John Darnielle is helping bring fine lyric writing back to life - NY Daily News.
    1. Sax Rohmer #1
    2. San Bernardino
    3. Heretic Pride
    4. Autoclave
    5. New Zion
    6. So Desperate
    7. In The Craters On The Moon
    8. Lovecraft In Brooklyn
    9. Tianchi Lake
    10. How To Embrace A Swamp Creature
    11. Marduk T-Shirt Men's Room Incident
    12. Sept 15th 1983
    13. Michael Myers Resplendent
    The Mountain Goats
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  • The Shawshank Redemption Soundtrack The Shawshank Redemption Soundtrack Quick View

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    The Shawshank Redemption Soundtrack

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    Includes Original Songs By The Inkspots And Hank Williams


    Get busy living or get busy dying


    1994 proved to be an amazing good year for movie theaters, as these classic films saw the light of day; Pulp Fiction, Lion King, Forrest Gump, Natural Born Killers and The Shawshank Redemption.


    The Shawshank Redemption tells the story of Andy Dufresne (Tim Robbins), a banker who is sentenced to life in Shawshank State Penitentiary for the murder of his wife and her lover, despite his claims of innocence. During his time at the prison, he befriends a fellow inmate, Ellis Boyd Red Redding (Morgan Freeman), and finds himself protected by the guards after the warden begins using him in his money-laundering operation.


    The film received multiple award nominations (including seven Oscar nominations) and highly positive reviews from critics for its acting, story, and realism. It is considered to be one of the greatest films of the 90s. Readers of Empire magazine voted the film as the best film of the 90s, and it placed number 4 on Empire's list of The 500 Greatest Movies of All Time in 2008. In March 2011, the film was voted by BBC Radio 1 listeners as their favorite film of all time. The Shawshank Redemption is the highest-rated movie on IMDB with an average star count of 9.3, closely followed by The Godfather.


    The Shawshank Redemption score was composed by multiple (Grammy) award winner Thomas Newman. The score was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Original Score in 1994, which was Newman's first Oscar nomination.


    A central scene in the film features the soprano Letter Duet (Canzonetta sull'aria) from Mozart's The Marriage of Figaro, which is included on the soundtrack. Original songs by Hank Williams and The Inkspots are included as well.

    LP 1
    1. May
    2. Shawshank Prison (Stoic Theme)
    3. New Fish
    4. Rock Hammer
    5. An Inch Of His Life
    6. If I Didn't Care - The Inkspots
    7. Brooks Was Here
    8. His Judgement Cometh
    9. Suds On The Roof
    10. Workfield
    11. Shawshank Redemption


    LP 2
    1. Lovesick Blues - Hank Williams
    2. Elmo Blatch
    3. Sisters
    4. Zihuatanejo
    5. The Marriage Of Figaro/ "Duettino - Sull 'Aria" - Deutsch Oper Berlin/Karl Böhm
    6. Lovely Racquel
    7. And That Right Soon
    8. Compass And Guns
    9. So Was Red
    10. End Title

    Thomas Newman
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  • I Can Spin A Rainbow I Can Spin A Rainbow Quick View

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    I Can Spin A Rainbow

    I CAN SPIN A RAINBOW is the fulfillment of a lifelong dream for Amanda Palmer, an avowed fan of Edward Ka-Spel and the Legendary Pink Dots since discovering their psycho-theatrical, multi-textural work in her teens. As noted in her best-selling 2014 memoir, The Art of Asking, the LPD have long been an inspiration to Palmer, their deeply connected relationship with fans as important to her life and work as their fearless autonomy and impossible-to-pigeonhole musical approach.


    The two musicians first met in 1992 when Palmer, then 16, attended a Legendary Pink Dots show in her hometown of Boston. In 1995, having found that the Pink Dots were looking for lodging with fans to save money on the road, Palmer hosted five members of the band and crew at her childhood home. Ten years later, Palmer's internationally acclaimed punk cabaret duo, The Dresden Dolls, had achieved enough success that they were able to invite the Dots to support them on a German tour, and it was then that Palmer and Ka-Spel vowed to carve out time to collaborate on an original recording. A decade passed and in July 2015 a very pregnant Palmer flew to London to start the long-discussed project but was informed on the first day of recording that her dear friend Anthony was losing his battle with cancer and had been given less than a week to live. Heartbroken, she assured Ka-Spel she would be back within the year. Indeed Palmer made good on her promise, returning in the spring of 2016 with her eight-month-old son, Anthony, in tow.


    Palmer and Ka-Spel's search for a London recording studio was interrupted by an incredibly generous offer from Palmer's friend Imogen Heap, who suggested they make use of her Essex home recording studio, The Hideaway, conveniently located near Ka-Spel's own home in Hornchurch. With Palmer traveling between London, Hornchurch, and Heap's home studio, the pair spent just under a month composing and cutting an album entirely from scratch.


    Recorded largely on Ka-Spel's computer, I CAN SPIN A RAINBOW is a truly collaborative effort, "a spiritual experience," says Palmer, in which both artists' stories, song fragments, poems, and lyrics became wholly meshed with loops, melancholy piano playing, melodic beds, and strange rhythms. The results range from the enchantingly minimal "The Clock at the Back of the Cage" and the album-opening "Pulp Fiction," mysterious and strange with a luxurious theatricality that conjures both of its creators' prior oeuvres while also opening a curtain into a heretofore unheard shared sonic world. Sensing the need for strings, the pair enlisted frequent LPD collaborator Patrick Q Wright, who contributed violin tracks from his studio in Italy. Alexis Michallek, Heap's longtime studio assistant, contributes singing saw to "Beyond The Beach."


    "We merged our songwriting heads and poetic worlds to make a new universe," Palmer says. "We would sit in Imogen's house drinking cups of tea, bemoaning the state of the upcoming election, binge drinking in the UK, the refugee crisis, our internet addictions, frightening news we had read, our relationships and then we'd compost all of the ingredients of our fears and conversations into song form. The Rainbow metaphor - which is also a nod to the 'spinning beach ball of death' on a Mac - was a wide-open image that kept popping up as a recurring theme on the record. It's both dark and light at the same time. To me, the songs are simultaneously frightening and comforting, like a thunderstorm heard from a living room."


    "Making this record with Amanda felt a little like discovering a twin you didn't know you had," says Ka-Spel, "until a mysterious email lands in your inbox at a particularly auspicious moment. Some things are just meant to be "

    1. Pulp Fiction
    2. Shahla's Missing Page
    3. The Shock of Kontakt
    4. Beyond The Beach
    5. The Clock at the Back of the Cage
    6. The Changing Room
    7. The Jack of Hands
    8. Prithee: Liquidation Day
    9. Rainbow's End
    10. The Sun Still Shines
    11. Subway
    Amanda Palmer and Edward Ka-Spel
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  • Murder Ballads Murder Ballads Quick View

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    Murder Ballads

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

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    Homesick

    Before digging into the steely, handcrafted technoisms of Homesick, you need to
    know a few things about Charles Du , the Bay Area artist behind Matrixxman.
    Perhaps most importantly, he is a dedicated futurist-quick to name Google's
    director of engineering, Ray Kurzweil, as a major personal inspiration, and prone to
    contemplating artificial intelligence and a true post-corporeal reality. He's also a
    voracious information junkie, soaking up government conspiracies and
    contemporary science-fiction like a proper X-Files fanatic. These cultural reference
    points are as integral to the background of Homesick as Detroit, Chicago, and
    Berlin's musical legacies. Across the record's versatile tracklist, Matrixxman uses
    the language of machines and dancefloors like a hungry pulp novelist, weaving
    together his divergent narratives and characters under one sprawling dystopian
    sky.


    If you listened to house and techno in 2014, you've undoubtedly heard the name
    Matrixxman. The guy has been on a prolific tear since debuting his project in 2013,
    having issued no fewer than 12 cold-ass futuristic releases and taken his
    genre-blurring DJ sets around the world in under two years. But his story reaches
    much further into the past: back to being a drum & bass-obsessed teenager in the
    late '90s, back to when Du 's best friend changed his life with a Juan Atkins mix
    CD in 2001, back to producing for hotly tipped MCs like Le1f, Ty Dolla Sign, and YG.
    Matrixxman is already a venerable pro with workmanlike constitution, to say the
    least, and yet his debut album has only just materialized.


    My obsession with the darker sides of humanity's exploits gone awry is secondary
    to the more important matter at heart: evolutionary transcendence, Matrixxman
    explains. And his focus on cybernetic themes shines through the music. Emergent
    AI, interplanetary travel, neuroenhancement drugs, incredible opulence
    juxtaposed with abject poverty, leaving physical form and existing as data-Homesick
    distills the concepts into thick acid lines, brawny 909 patterns, tonal contrasts,
    dynamic aesthetics, and viscous pads steeped in digital ephemera. It begins with
    Necronomicon, a massive black cloud of noxious ambience looming over our
    story, and ends on the astral mysticism of Earth Like Conditions. Yes, there is an
    arc built into Homesick, and the sci-fi epic it illustrates seizes your undivided
    attention.


    Even the tracklist speaks volumes to the record's music and narrative-from the
    enhanced motorik systems of Augmented and Network Failure's cognitive
    dissonance, to the dark hedonism in Opium Den and the drum machine violence
    that drives Switchblade. As Matrixxman says himself, The titles correlate to
    distinct, separate scenes. And those visuals just about come alive on tracks like
    Packard Plant-a whirring, windswept homage to the desolate Detroit
    landmark-or the album's haunted and distant centerpiece, Annika's Theme. Du
    is quick to share Annika's identity: She's an incredibly gifted neuroscientist,
    pursuing cutting-edge research in fields that will have a profound impact on
    humanity. But what exactly she accomplishes and where she goes is unexplained.
    Homesick outlines the cues needed to follow along, careful to leave room for us to
    fill in the details.


    Matrixxman uses his debut album to evoke visions of a not-too-distant-future with
    music made both for the dancefloor and the early morning zone-outs that follow.
    These are the real world applications of Homesick, though Du comes to it all from
    an entirely di erent mindset. We will have the technological capability to fully
    map out a human brain in its entirety within 30 years, he starts. The implications
    of such a possibility are deep and far reaching. We will be crossing a rubicon
    towards a new phase in human consciousness. I am one person that is prepared to
    take that step. Once you emerge on the other side of Homesick, it seems possible
    that Matrixxman already has.

    1. Necronomicon
    2. Augmented
    3. Red Light District
    4. Packard Plant
    5. Dejected
    6. Network Failure
    7. False Pattern Recognition
    8. Opium Den
    9. Annika's Theme
    10. HMU (Hit Me Up) feat. Vin Sol
    11. Switchblade
    12. Earth Like Conditions
    Matrixxman
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  • Pulp Fiction (Out Of Stock) Pulp Fiction (Out Of Stock) Quick View

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    Pulp Fiction (Out Of Stock)

    Import


    The eclectic soundtrack to Quentin Tarantino's Oscar nominated 1994 film features dialog from the movie as well as selections by Chuck Berry, Maria McKee, Al Green, The Statler Brothers, Kool & The Gang, Ricky Nelson and Dusty Springfield to name a few!

    1. Pumpkin and Honey Bunny (Dialogue)/Misirlou - Dick Dale, Amanda Plummer, Tim Roth
    2. Royale With Cheese - Samuel L. Jackson, John Travolta
    3. Jungle Boogie - Kool & the Gang
    4. Let's Stay Together - Al Green
    5. Bustin' Surfboards - The Tornadoes
    6. Lonesome Town - Rick Nelson
    7. Son of a Preacher Man - Dusty Springfield
    8. Zed's Dead, Baby [Dialogue] - Centurian, Maria De Medeiros, Bruce Willis
    9. Jack Rabbit Slims Twist Contest (Dialogue)/You Never Can Tell - Chuck Berry, Jerome Patrick Hoban
    10. Girl, You'll Be a Woman Soon - Urge Overkill
    11. If Love Is a Red Dress (Hang Me in Rags) - Maria McKee
    12. Bring Out the Gimp (Dialogue)/Comanche - Peter Green, Duane Whitaker
    13. Flowers on the Wall - The Statler Brothers
    14. Personality Goes a Long Way [Dialogue] - Samuel L. Jackson, John Travolta
    15. Surf Rider - The Lively Ones
    16. Ezekiel 25:17 [Dialogue] - Samuel L. Jackson
    Various Artists
    $37.99
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Temporarily out of stock
  • Inner City Beat! (Out Of Stock) Inner City Beat! (Out Of Stock) Quick View

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    Inner City Beat! (Out Of Stock)

    Includes Graphic Novel


    Soul Jazz Records new release Inner City Beat! Detective Themes, Spy Music and Imaginary Thrillers 1967-1975 is a unique 2LP release that comes with an exclusive limited-edition, specially created 60-page graphic novel (by the mysterious cult 1960's pulp-fiction writer Mark 'Badly' Antingham). The music on the album is a killer selection of funky, deep, rare, exciting and dance floor heavyweight 'spy themes', 'detective music' and thriller from the 1960s and 1970s. The music spans heavyweight break-beat funk, deep and heavy jazz, super-catchy mod themes, imaginary super-charged orchestral soundtracks and more. These tracks are put together from British library music companies (DeWolfe, KPM, Conroy, Amphonic) all of whom supplied music regularly to television and film around the world during this period, often for use in detective and spy programmers, series and films. To accompany this unique album, Soul Jaxx have also commissioned the creation of a special 60-page graphic novel which features the stunning artwork of the elusive illustrator John C. Pattereson in partnership with the celebrated 1960's pulp fiction cult novelist Mark 'Badly" Antingham. The graphic novel is set in the imaginary seedy streets of East London in the 1960's, in a world full of corrupt police, political intrigue and violent sadistic criminals. This unique limited-edition graphic novel comes free with the initial run of the album Inner City Beat. This vinyl album also includes the full graphic novel. There is also a worldwide digital download release for this Soul Jazz Records release.

    Peter Reno and Barry Stoller - Sparks
    Syd Dale - Danger Musicians At Work
    Clive Hicks - Transit
    Norrie Paramor - Theme From New Scotland Yard
    Francis Coppieters - Funky Chimes
    Dave Richmond- Gotta Getaway
    Dave Richmond - Heavy Lead
    Reg Tilsley - Ode To A Stone
    Ernest Copley - Fuel Injection
    Brass Incorporated - On A Bicycle
    Made For 3
    Tilsley Orchestral - The Ratcatchers
    Ernest Copley - Dynamic Patterns David Lindup - Men of Action
    Brass Incorporated - Come One, Come All
    Francis Coppieters - Cross Talk
    The International Studio Orchestra - High Diplomacy
    Syd Dale - The Hell Raisers
    Johnny Pearson - Product Efficiency
    Johnny Hawksworth - Conveyor Belt
    The International Studio Orchestra - Police Five
    Johnny Pearson - Grand Prix
    David Lindup - Superformance
    Ernest Copley - Crossflow
    Johnny Hawksworth - Workshop
    Various Artists
    $28.99
    Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Temporarily out of stock
  • Rock And Roll Submarine (Out Of Stock) Rock And Roll Submarine (Out Of Stock) Quick View

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    Rock And Roll Submarine (Out Of Stock)

    First Urge Overkill Album in 16 Years!


    Almost two decades since their Exit the Dragon album and it's Pulp Fiction hit Girl, You'll Be A Woman Soon, founding members Nash Kato and Eddie Roeser have decided to reform the group. Joined by former Gaza Strippers guitarist, Hadji Hodgkiss on bass and Cherry Valence's Bon Quast on drums, the Chicago band released the first song off the new album, Effigy in the Fall of 2010 to great response from fans and critics alike. With the energy of their past album's fusion of arena rock and punk coupled with the evolution of Kato and Roeser's songwriting over the years, Rock & Roll Submarine is set to deliver a new breed of Urge Overkill to the eagerly awaiting masses.


    1. Mason/Dixon

    2. Rock & Roll Submarine
    3. Effigy
    4. Poison Flower
    5. Little Vice
    6. Thought Balloon
    7. Quiet Person
    8. She's My Ride
    9. End of Story
    10. The Valiant
    11. Niteliner
    12. Touch to a Cut

    Urge Overkill
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    Vinyl LP - Sealed Temporarily out of stock
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    "Dex Romweber was and is a huge influence on my music. I owned all of his records as a teenager, and was thrilled at the fact that we were able to play together recently on tour. [He is] is one of the best kept secrets of the rock n roll underground." -Jack White, White Stripes


    For a quarter century, Dex Romweber has trolled the dark corners and back shelves of the haunted thrift store of Americana ephemera and honed an extraordinarily idiomatic sound, a particular and readily identifiable DEXness for those in the know. It's a creepy doll collection of surf, proto-rockabilly, garage, dark and vengeful blues, and nobody, but nobody, plays it like Dex. First with the legendary Flat Duo Jets and now with his Duo, Dex distilled the punk ethos of less-is-more to the essential guitar/drums template. Left in the wake of his lecherous and slithery Silvertone were early acolytes like Jack White, Neko Case, and the Reigning Sound as well as a current crop of the indie pack like Ty Segall, No Age, Japandroids, and The Black Keys. All owe an unclaimed pawn ticket of debt to his sublime and spine-tingling sound. He is a live wire back to the murky, sometimes dangerous and always unpredictable headwaters of real rock and roll.


    Dex, with his whip-wristed sister Sara Romweber on drums, take Images 13 through neon-lit alleys, full of pulp fiction juvey rock, sci-fi theme songs and greasy denim hipster jive. Effortlessly versatile and raucously dismissive of genre constraints, exciting and darkly romantic, Images 13 would make everyone from Duane Eddy to Stan Kenton to Lenny Bruce crack a smile, a joke or the seal on a fifth of rye and head for the Naugahyde ice bucket.


    Recorded at Rick Miller's (Southern Culture on the Skids) Kudzu Ranch studio in North Carolina, the album bristles with a sense of drama, of tension, of release, of mystery. "Roll On" and "Long Battle Coming" display the cinematic sleaze nestled between The Cramps and West Side Story. Eerie ballads "Baby I Know What It's Like to be Alone" and "I Don't Want to Listen" reveal the crooning, bruised romantic, the harsh morning light of a strange hotel room, a Raymond Chandler novel on the bedside table. "Beyond the Moonlight" is part sea shanty longing and part campfire revival. Then, just as easily, the instrumentals take center stage. "Blackout!" updates Henry Mancini's Peter Gunn theme with a dynamic tension and sly cool, and Dex and Sara attack the big waves off Maui with a chaotic rush on "Blue Surf" - his guitar guiding you into the sweet spot of the pipeline and her drums pounding you into the sand. Hey Tarantino, wake up!


    Digging into the skeleton-filled rock 'n' roll closet, Dex Romweber Duo comes up with some obscure and wonderful gems. The early Who track "So Sad About Us," featuring Mary Huff (SCOTS) on vocals, hits an uncharacteristically sunny power pop vibe. The hopeful "We'll Be Together Again" written by Eddie Cochran's girlfriend Sharon Sheeley about his death in a car accident (that she and Gene Vincent survived). The song was never released formally but recorded by Jackie DeShannon in the early '60s. Finishing up the album is the music of Harry Lubin, who did theme music for shows like The Outer Limits and One Step Beyond. "Weird (Aurora Borealis)" is the music from the latter when ghosts, UFO's, or odd paranormal experiences begin to rear their strange heads, complete with tribal drums and Melissa Swingle (Trailer Bride, The Moaners) on the saw.


    Flat Duo Jets - so often emulated, so rarely duplicated - released the first of nine albums in 1990 to rave reviews worldwide. They starred, alongside R.E.M. and The B-52s, in the 1987 cult classic film Athens, GA: Inside/Out. Their first national tour in 1990 was as opening act for The Cramps and they made a stunning impression on Late Night with David Letterman. Dex Romweber Duo's first record Ruins of Berlin featured guest appearances by Neko Case, Cat Power, and Exene Cervenka. Dex was name-checked by Jack White in the guitar superstar documentary It Might Get Loud, and the Duo recorded a single and live album with White for his label Third Man Records in 2009. Subsequently, the Duo has shared the stage with dozens of rock icons including Wanda Jackson, Cat Power, Neko Case, and The White Stripes. In 2012, the documentary about Dex's sometimes harrowing career Two Headed Cow was released.

    1. Roll On
    2. Long Battle Coming
    3. Baby I Know What It's Like To Be Alone
    4. So Sad About Us
    5. Prelude in G Minor
    6. Blackout!
    7. I Don't Want To Listen
    8. Beyond The Moonlight
    9. We'll Be Together Again
    10. Blue Surf
    11. One Sided Love Affair
    12. Weird (Aurora Borealis)
    Dex Romweber Duo
    $16.99
    Vinyl LP - Sealed Temporarily out of stock
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