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    Relics

    Pink Floyd will re-release on heavyweight 180-gram vinyl their 1971 compilation album 'RELICS'. Remastered in 2018 from the original analogue tapes by James Guthrie, Joel Plante and Bernie Grundman. This re-release comes almost 50 years since the original pressing.


    Relics, Pink Floyd's first compilation album, includes singles, B-sides, tracks from their first three albums The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn, A Saucerful of Secrets and More. Also, the then-previously unreleased Roger Waters song, Biding My Time, recorded in July 1969 and first released on Relics in May 1971. Relics was the first album to include Arnold Layne and See Emily Play, which previously had only been released as singles, and the original studio recording of Careful with That Axe, Eugene, the B-side of Point Me At The Sky in 1968.


    Keeping true to the original artwork, the sleeve features the black and white drawings by Nick Mason, carrying the iconic subtitle A Bizarre Collection of Antiques & Curios.


    All tracks are the original stereo versions, which sit alongside the Syd Barrett-era, mono mixed singles Arnold Layne and See Emily Play.

    1. Arnold Layne
    2. Interstellar Overdrive
    3. See Emily Play
    4. Remember a Day
    5. Paint Box
    6. Julia Dream
    7. Careful with That Axe, Eugene
    8. Cirrus Minor
    9. The Nile Song
    10. Biding My Time
    11. Bike
    Pink Floyd
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    Relics

    Limited Edition


    Four Craig Leon-produced tracks released on BOMP -- which is the parent company of Voxx -- and five demo tapes that were recorded on four-track comprise this excellent collection. When I Get Off was the number two Garage Record of the Year in 1978 in Boston's Real Paper, and it is a psychedelic masterpiece. The dueling guitars, slashing riff, and great Corraccio bass complement Mono Mann aka Jeff Connolly's blitzkrieg vocals. Here is a slice of pyschedlia that is the fans outdoing the bands they idolize. Also, as with Willie Alexander's demos, it seems Craig Leon did a much better job on smaller budgets. The lyrics are sexist, but fun in Barracuda -- definitely not the Heart song -- Lift up Your Hood, and the aforementioned When I Get Off. There is also a cool cover of Roky Erickson's You're Gonna Miss Me and a fantastic album jacket of the band photographed at what looks like the Rat nightclub inside a red background covered in barbed wire fence. There's even a cool inside joke, Bomb records instead of Bomp, the famous label founded by Greg Shaw. A definite statement about the heart and soul of demos having a special something major-label homogenization fails to establish. Rudy Martinez of Question Mark & the Mysterians has even covered a Connally composition written for Mono Mann Jeff's current group, the Lyres.

    1 Busy Man (3:46)
    2 Can't Stand The Pain (2:45)
    3 When I Get Off (5:19)
    4 Do Not Enter (2:26)
    5 Guilty Child (2:55)
    6 Shirt Loop (1:40)
    7 Lift Up Your Hood (1:43)
    8 Bloody Englishmen (2:59)
    9 First Time (1:41)
    10 Oedipus Show (2:25)
    11 Might He I.D. (2:36)
    12 Pretty Girl (3:22)
    DMZ
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  • White Is Relic / Irrealis Mood White Is Relic / Irrealis Mood Quick View

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    White Is Relic / Irrealis Mood


    Colored Vinyl



    Two important events occurred during the making of White Is Relic/Irrealis Mood. I became Simulated Reality paranoid and I fell in LOVE. Well a lot more happened during the process of writing and recording, but those are the two big ones. I also reached a healthy point of self-forgiveness for my failed marriage and became deeply educated in the lies of America the Great. Musically, I was very inspired by the extended dance mixes that people used to make for pop singles back in the '80s. It's so cool how a lot of the 80's hits had these really intricate and interesting longer versions that wouldn't get played on the radio and could only be heard in the clubs. I used that template with these tracks, I wanted them all to feel like the extended club edit of album tracks. I'm always searching for new identities so this concept of the death of Whiteness appeals to me greatly. Might be the only way to save the world. -Kevin Barnes, January 2018

    1. Soft Music/Juno Portraits Of The Jovian Sky
    2. Paranoiac Intervals/Body Dysmorphia
    3. Writing The Circles/Orgone Tropics
    4. Plateau Phase/No Careerism No Corruption
    5. Sophie Calle Private Game/Every Person Is A Pussy, Every Pussy Is A Star!
    6. If You Talk To Symbol/Hostility Voyeur
    Of Montreal
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    Papercuts Theater

    Inspired by these singular instances (Grayfolded, The Grateful Dead; Sonic Death, Sonic Youth; In Search of Spaces, Flying Saucer Attack) C. Spencer Yeh, the lone constant of the long-running Burning Star Core project, conceptualized Papercuts Theater: one long piece (broken into four movements) culled from over sixty live performances, spanning years and continents. These formerly disparate relics of time and space now exist as one: a sonic document of the present.
    1. Part I
    2. Part II
    3. Part III
    4. Part IV
    Burning Star Core
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    (A)spera


    Her fourth solo album strikes a bold path across a landscape of dynamic and varied melody forms and holds many surprises within its undulating reverie. (a) spera is Latin for hopes and difficulties linked inseparably, as we all are. This brave trek through a fragile ancient forest unfolds, revealing the destruction wrought by cruel conquest, recalls the relics of a love never realized, and decries the loss of ancient wisdom. Kalimba, hurdy gurdy, bongos, horns...instruments for all worlds, all times. Featured musicians include Chris Funk (The Decemberists), Tara Jane O'Neill, and Lori Goldston.
    1.Generosity
    2.World Is Falling, The
    3.Education
    4.Shells
    5.Country Of The Future
    6.Forest, The
    7.Gone Are The Days
    8.River, The
    9.Bones & Skin
    10.While We Have The Sun
    Mirah
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    The Stage Names (Awaiting Repress)

    This record dynamites the moss-covered castle walls of 2005's "Black Sheep Boy" to let in the glaring sun. Riddled with characters real and fake, with the relics of high culture and the crumpled up trash of low culture, "The Stage Names" is a cinemascopic take on the meaning of entertainment in the modern world. Reverberant with echoes of Motown snap and girl group pop, redolent with ripe whiffs of dirty rock 'n' roll, shining with the shimmy of Bo Diddley, with the shimmer of the Velvets, with the swagger of the Faces, and with a glittery sprinkling of cheap perfume to disguise the stink, "The Stage Names" is a relentlessly paced and ruthlessly thrilling journey.
    1.Our Life Is Not a Movie or Maybe

    2.Unless It Kicks

    3.Hand to Take Hold of the Scene, A

    4.Savannah Smiles

    5.Plus Ones

    6.Girl in Port, A

    7.You Can't Hold the Hand of a Rock and Roll Man

    8.Title Track

    9.John Allyn Smith Sails

    Okkervil River
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  • The Epic The Epic Quick View

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    The Epic

    Features Volumes 1, 2 & 3


    The band are all from Los Angeles, mostly South Central, and
    its members - who call themselves variously "The Next Step" and the "The West
    Coast Get Down" - have been congregating since they were barely teenagers in a backyard
    shack in Inglewood. Washington, 32, has known Bruner since he was two. The rest
    met, at various stages, by the time they were in high school.


    The hours they have put into the music, playing together and practicing alone, total cumulatively
    in the tens of thousands."Nothing compares to these guys," says Barbara Sealy,
    the former West Coast director of the Thelonious Monk Institute of Jass, who
    has championed Kamasi and his compatriots from the beginning. "I challenge any
    group to go out on stage with them and see if they can keep up with it...
    Kamasi is at the top of his game, and only getting better." " These young
    guys," the rapper Common says, "remind me of why I love music."And the story
    The Epic tells, without words but rather through some combination of magic,
    mastery, and sheer force of imagination, is the story of Kamasi Washington and the
    Next Step and their collective mission: to remove jazz from the shelf of relics
    and make it new, unexpected, and dangerous again.


    LP1
    1. Change Of The Guard
    2. Isabelle
    3. Final Thought

    4. The Next Step

    5. Askim


    LP2
    1. The Rhythm Changes
    2. Leroy And Lanisha
    3. Re Run
    4. Miss Understanding
    5. Henrietta Our Hero
    6. Seven Prayers
    7. Cherokee


    LP3
    1. The Magnificent 7
    2. Re Run Home
    3. Malcolm's Theme
    4. Clair De Lune
    5. The Message

    Kamasi Washington
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    Adventus

    Adventus is the Latin word for arrival. And so Cody Canada and The Departed emerge with their first original album. Upon the disbanding of Cross Canadian Ragweed, The Departed took root; Cody Canada and his long time Ragweed band mate, Jeremy Plato on bass and vocals, with Seth James on guitar and vocals, Steve Littleton on B3 organ and keys, and Chris Doege on drums. The band members had spoken reverentially of each other's musicianship before getting together almost two years ago. But make no mistake; Adventus is anything but a relic of the past. It rocks hard, it burns in the Southern sun, and it represents a new era of creative growth, tapping into the eternal emotions and sonics that have informed the great American musical styles from the start.
    1. Worth The Fight
    2. Burden
    3. Prayer For The Lonely
    4. Blackhorse Mary
    5. Hard To Find
    6. Hobo
    7. Flagpole
    8. Cold Hard Fact
    9. Demons
    10. Set It Free
    11. Better Get Right
    12. 250,000 Things
    13. Mark It Wrong
    14. Sweet Lord
    The Departed
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  • Tales from the Crypt Presents: Demon Knight Soundtrack Tales from the Crypt Presents: Demon Knight Soundtrack Quick View

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    Tales from the Crypt Presents: Demon Knight Soundtrack

    Opaque Green Vinyl - Limited To 750 Copiesl


    Wanna hear the soundtrack to Armageddon? This 1995 film starred William Sadler as the Demon Knight, who, along with his new recruit, Jada Pinkett Smith, is charged with fending off The Collector (Billy Zane) and his army of demons from acquiring an ancient relic that is the only thing preventing the complete destruction of the human race. While the flick did meh box office and was panned critically, the soundtrack was easily one of the best of its era and of its kind, an all-star line-up of thrash and heavy metal acts mostly doing otherwise unavailable material (only the track by Pantera appears to have been released prior to the movie). The Pantera, Megadeth, Melvins, and Biohazard entries are particulary good, and the one hip hop tune on the collection, Gravediggaz' "1-800-Murder," is an archetypal "horrorcore" rap song. But perhaps the best tune is "Hey Man Nice Shot" by Filter, an outfit that hadn't released anything prior to this soundtrack. Since this movie came out in 1995, it only came out on LP in Europe; our Real Gone reissue brings it back on opaque green vinyl limited to 750 copies!

    1. Cemetery Gates
    2. Hey Man Nice Shot
    3. My Misery (Demon Knight)
    4. Diadems
    5. Instant Larry
    6. Fall Guy
    7. Beaten
    8. Policia
    9. Tonight We Murder
    10. 1-800-Suicide
    Various Artists
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  • Drunk Is The New Sober/Stupid Is The New Dumb Drunk Is The New Sober/Stupid Is The New Dumb Quick View

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    Drunk Is The New Sober/Stupid Is The New Dumb

    Drunk Is The New Sober and Stupid Is The New Dumb are the twin subtitles of Drunk & Stupid, Dots Will Echo's debut album on Asthmatic Kitty, but those aren't just arch witticisms, they encapsulate the apparent contradictions that power the New Jersey duo's music. The warmly weird world created by multi-instrumentalist Nick Berry and drummer Kurt Biroc seems simultaneously sacred and profane, edgy and accessible, sad and transcendently silly. What else would you expect from a group that describes itself as "dour moralizers and drunken assholes" and identifies its key influences as "A little bit The Incredible String Band, a little bit AC/DC?"



    "I can see the carnival lights from here," sings Berry in a half-crazed, half-elated tone at the beginning of the opening track, "I Like It," sounding like either a psychotic infatuated with his own attractive fantasy world or a genius inventor marveling at the luminous landscape he's created. It's up to the listener to decide which, but either way it's 100% Dots Will Echo.



    Everything on Drunk & Stupid was played by Berry and Biroc, with the basic tracks recorded in a single marathon, three-day session. "I meant this to be a very raw recording, capturing the way we sound live," says Berry, who plays everything from guitars and keyboards to Autoharp, glockenspiel, and Andean charango over the course of the album, as he and Biroc build their own beautifully ramshackle universe from the ground up before your very ears.



    "A poorly played violin can sound better than a well played piano," says Berry half-jokingly of the organic, offhand feel of the tracks. From the first moment, Drunk & Stupid makes the listener a fly on the wall for a day in the life of Dots Will Echo, with snatches of goofy studio chatter interspersed between tunes. The bit that leads into the crooked campfire singalong "I'm a Monkey" is particularly telling, as Berry spontaneously announces, "I want to try a song I dreamt the other night," Biroc disapprovingly asks, "In the studio?" and Berry blithely counters, "Yeah, why not?"



    In fact, Berry dreams a large percentage of his songs. "Some are stupid, but I let 'em fly anyway," he says self-deprecatingly, "but the really stupid ones, nobody's ever gonna hear." By the time they enter our waking world, Berry's tunes bear trace elements of psychedelia, power pop, field-recording folk, DIY post-punk, and tantalizingly trashy garage rock (the duo does in fact rehearse in Biroc's garage). "What You Tryin' To Do," for instance, comes off like Sister Lovers-era Big Star recording for Harry Smith's Anthology of American Folk Music, while the giddy blastoff of "Rocket Girl" evokes early XTC covered by Guided By Voices, and the fragile, almost-ominous beauty of the hushed, acoustic ballad "Gates of Eden" feels like the greatest song Neil Young never wrote for Galaxie 500.



    The black humor that inhabits an impressive amount of real estate in the Dots Will Echo neighborhood isn't the whistling-through-the-graveyard variety, but rather the kind that finds all of creation to be a bit of a knee-slapper. Like the great writers in every medium, Berry finds the human dilemma a source of endless hilarity, even though you can always hear the big, gently bruised heart beating at the core of every song on Drunk & Stupid. Berry sounds like an amphetamine-fueled tour guide as he walks us through a field of mankind's folly on "Seven Deadly Sins," his loopy lyrics punctuated by Captain Beefheart-esque bursts of six-string cubism.



    Even when things get apocalyptic, as on the minimalist stomp of the cautionary "Shitstorm," Berry exhibits so much obvious glee in announcing the impending arrival of the titular phenomenon that you can't help singing "there's a shitstorm coming" right along with him and bobbing your head randomly to the track's triumphantly spastic anti-groove. The deceptively mellow-sounding anthem of global dystopia "History's Grave" was written in early 2008, but Berry notes, "Since then many of the events mentioned or alluded to have come to pass. This made me feel a little bit like a character in a Stephen King novel."



    At the same time, Drunk & Stupid sports songs like "Be a Friend" and "So Deep the Night," lambent, low-key ballads that balance between bittersweet and unabashedly sentimental without ever turning mawkish. On these tracks, the Lennon-like undertone in Berry's voice rises to the top of the mix, tapping into an almost spiritual vibe and making for some of the most undeniably poignant moments on the album.



    Berry and Biroc, who also work together at the same day job (the drummer is Berry's boss), have been making music together since 2004, hashing out their ideas in Biroc's garage and documenting them in Berry's basement studio. Along the way, they've made unofficial micro-pressings of their work, mostly for passing around to friends and admirers in an ad hoc fashion, but Drunk & Stupid represents the first time the duo's freewheeling work has ever been properly presented to the public at large as a full-on album. With all the material the prolific pair has been stockpiling, they had a huge tally of tunes to haul along with them for this project, and hearing it is a little like stumbling for the first time into a lost world with a long legacy of its own rituals, relics, regalia, and history. But once you wander in, you can't imagine how you ever existed without it.



    Originally meant to be two separate discs (the vinyl version is a double LP with download codes for bonus tracks), Drunk & Stupid is a wild ride that clocks in at just under 80 minutes and boasts 19 songs overflowing with insanely catchy melodies, endearingly off-kilter arrangements, and a strangely satisfying blend of the divine and the absurd." As Berry says, "We try to allow for the will of the universe to have a large part in our music. There must be something sacred in mistakes. This is our explanation for being fuck-ups."


    1. Untitled
    2. I Like It
    3. Untitled II
    4. I'm a Monkey
    5. Shitstorm
    6. Be a Friend
    7. Whatcha Tryin to Do
    8. Rocket Girls
    9. Caroline
    10. Run Away Anna
    11. History's Grave
    12. Sweet Sweet Sanity
    13. Anime
    14. Who Left You Here
    15. The Future
    16. Untitled III
    17. Peace in Your Life
    18. Our Little Part of the World
    19. Untitled IV
    20. Gates of Eden
    21. Visions of Light
    22. Seven Deadly Sins
    23. So Deep the Night
    Dots Will Echo
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    Bright: The Album

    From the director of SUICIDE SQUAD and END OF WATCH, David Ayer, comes a new action-packed film starring Will Smith, Joel Edgerton, Noomi Rapace, Edgar Ramirez and Lucy Fry. The Netflix Film was produced by Ayer, Eric Newman and Bryan Unkeless.


    Set in an alternate present-day, this action-thriller directed by David Ayer (SUICIDE SQUAD, END OF WATCH, writer of TRAINING DAY) follows two cops from very different backgrounds. Ward, a human (Will Smith), and Jakoby, an orc (Joel Edgerton), embark on a routine night patrol that will alter the future of their world as they know it. Battling both their own personal differences as well as an onslaught of enemies, they must work together to protect a deadly, thought-to-be-forgotten relic, which in the wrong hands could destroy everything.


    Bright: The Album, the film's soundtrack accompaniment, features a mind-blowing track listing of original music from a genre-defying collection of massive artists: A$AP Rocky, alt-J, Bastille, Bebe Rexha, Camila Cabello, DRAM, Future, Grey, Kiiara, Lil Uzi Vert, Logic, Machine Gun Kelly, Marshmello, Meek Mill, Migos, Neil Young, Portugal. The Man, Rag'n'Bone Man, Sam Hunt, Snoop Dogg, Steve Aoki, Tom Morello, Ty Dolla $ign, X Ambassadors and YG.

    1. Logic & Rag'n'Bone Man - Broken People
    2. Bastille - World Gone Mad
    3. Machine Gun Kelly, X Ambassadors & Bebe Rexha - Home
    4. Camila Cabello & Grey - Crown
    5. Ty Dolla $ign & Future (feat. Kiiara) - Darkside
    6. Migos & Marshmello - Danger
    7. Meek Mill, YG & Snoop Dogg - That's My N****
    8. Steve Aoki & Lil Uzi Vert - Smoke My Dope
    9. A$AP Rocky & Tom Morello - FTW (F**k The World)
    10. Portugal. The Man - Cheer Up
    11. alt-J - Hares On The Mountain
    12. DRAM & Neil Young - Campfire
    13. Sam Hunt - This Land Is Your Land
    Various Artists
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