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  • Revamp: The Songs Of Elton John & Bernie Taupin (Pre-Order) Revamp: The Songs Of Elton John & Bernie Taupin (Pre-Order) Quick View

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    Revamp: The Songs Of Elton John & Bernie Taupin (Pre-Order)

    Release Date: June 22, 2018*


    Bringing together a carefully curated selection of the world's biggest and best artists, Revamp sees Elton John and co-writer Bernie Taupin's best-loved songs reinterpreted by some of contemporary music's most vital talents. The album spans a breathtaking array of styles, shining a light on Elton's unparalleled influence across popular music of all genres, ranging from Hip-hop / Soul (Q-Tip, Mary J Blige) to Rock (The Killers, Queens of the Stone Age) to Pop (Miley Cyrus, Lady Gaga, P!nk & Logic).


    "'It's always a huge compliment when an artist loves your song enough to take the time and effort to rework it," says Elton. "As songwriters, Bernie and myself are thrilled when singers we admire and respect as much as those on Revamp choose to add their own unique twist in the process. It means that our music is still relevant and ultimately that our songs continue to reach new audiences. We're humbled and thank them all for their generosity."


    Revamp arrives as follow up to Elton's ultimate greatest hits album Diamonds, released in November of 2017. Coinciding with his 70th birthday and the 50th anniversary of his phenomenal songwriting partnership with Bernie Taupin, the album prompted a flurry of celebratory activity and was certified twice Gold in the UK, reaching the top 5 of the UK album chart upon its release.


    Revamp stands as yet another timely reminder of John and Taupin's influence on the next generation of global stars at a time when their music continues to fill stadiums, sell albums and influence fashion. John stands alone as a true great, whose music still garners such admiration from a truly broad range of global stars.


    *Please note that release dates are subject to change.

    1. Bennie And The Jets - Elton John, P!nk and Logic
    2. We All Fall In Love Sometimes - Coldplay
    3. I Guess That's Why They Call It The Blues - Alessia Cara
    4. Candle In The Wind (2018 Version) - Ed Sheeran
    5. Tiny Dancer - Florence +The Machine
    6. Someone Saved My Life Tonight - Mumford & Sons
    7. Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word - Mary J. Blige
    8. Don't Go Breaking My Heart - Q-Tip feat. Demi Lovato
    9. Mona Lisas and Mad Hatters - The Killers
    10. Daniel - Sam Smith
    11. Don't Let The Sun Go Down On Me - Miley Cyrus
    12. Your Song - Lady Gaga
    13. Goodbye Yellow Brick Road - Queens of the Stone Age
    Various Artists
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  • Live In Holland 1971 Live In Holland 1971 Quick View

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    Live In Holland 1971

    When the Byrds cut the two songs featured on Live In Holland 1971 they may have been nearing the end of the trail, but this totally revamped Byrds lineup had plenty of firepower left in their mighty arsenal. Byrds founding member/vocalist/12-string legend Roger McGuinnalong with guitar whiz Clarence White, bassist Skip Battin and drummer Gene Parsonssound better than ever sailing through muscular renditions of new Byrds fave (and Dr. John tribute) Lover Of The Bayou and Dylan country-rock staple You Aint Goin Nowhere. McGuinn admits he kept the name of the legendary Los Angeles combo intact for the sake of his old pal (and new fretboard foil). Clarence White always wanted to be in the Byrds ... and now he had his chance. says McGuinn.
    1. Lover of the Bayou
    2. You Aint Goin Nowhere
    The Byrds
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  • The Name Of This Band Is Talking Heads The Name Of This Band Is Talking Heads Quick View

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    The Name Of This Band Is Talking Heads

    Although most people probably think the only Talking Heads live release is Stop Making Sense, the fact is that there's an earlier, better live album called The Name of This Band Is Talking Heads. Originally released in 1982 on LP and cassette, the album chronicles the growth of the band, both stylistically and personnel-wise. The first LP is the original quartet version of the band, recorded between 1977 and 1979, performing excellent versions of tunes (mostly) off 77 and More Songs About Buildings and Food. Also included were the previously unavailable A Clean Break and Love Goes to a Building on Fire, as well as early versions of Memories Can't Wait and Air. The second LP comes from the Remain in Light tour, recorded in 1980 and 1981.


    In order to present something close to the music on that album, the original quartet lineup was greatly expanded. Added were two percussionists (Steven Stanley, Jose Rossy), two backup singers (Nona Hendryx, Dollette McDonald), Busta Cherry Jones on bass, Bernie Worrell (!) on keys, and a young Adrian Belew on lead guitar. The excitement of this material is palpable, and the muscular band rips into these tunes with more power than the originals in most cases. Drugs gets revamped for live performance, and Houses in Motion kicks into high gear with a great art-funk coda. Belew is absolutely on fire throughout, especially on The Great Curve and Crosseyed and Painless, where his deranged feedback soloing has never sounded better. At this point in their career, Talking Heads were still basically an underground band; it was Burning Down the House that really thrust them into the mainstream, and Stop Making Sense documents their arrival as a more or less mainstream act. The Name of This Band Is Talking Heads captures a hungry band on its way up, performing with a fire that was never matched on later tours. Unfortunately, The Name of This Band Is Talking Heads remained unavailable on compact disc for years, which is a shame since it's arguably one of their finest releases.


    - Sean Westergaard (All Music Guide)

    LP 1
    Recorded for WCOZ broadcast, Northern Studios, Maynard MA, November 17, 1977
    1. New Feeling
    2. A Clean Break
    3. Don't Worry About the Government
    4. Pulled Up
    5. Psycho Killer
    Recorded at The Capitol Theater, Passaic NJ, January 17, 1979
    6. Artists Only
    7. Stay Hungry
    8. Air
    9. Love - Building On Fire
    10. Memories (Can't Wait)


    LP 2
    Recorded at Emerald City, Cherry Hill NJ, November 8, 1980-November 9, 1980; Central Park, New York, August 27, 1980; Sun Plaza Concert Hall, Tokyo, Japan, February 27, 1981
    1. I Zimbra
    2. Drugs
    3. Houses in Motion
    4. Life During Wartime
    5. The Great Curve
    6. Crosseyed and Painless
    7. Take Me to the River

    Talking Heads
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  • Restoration: The Songs Of Elton John And Bernie Taupin (Pre-Order) Restoration: The Songs Of Elton John And Bernie Taupin (Pre-Order) Quick View

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    Restoration: The Songs Of Elton John And Bernie Taupin (Pre-Order)

    Release Date: June 22, 2018*


    Some of the world's biggest pop, rock and country artists are celebrating Elton John's most beloved and legendary catalog of hits with two albums Revamp (Island Records) and Restoration (Mercury Nashville). The superstar lineup features artists both new and iconic reinterpreting the timeless songs of the over 50 year writing partnership that Elton and Bernie Taupin share. These renditions and artists show the depth of the catalog these two icons have created, which can easily cross musical genres and their unparalleled influence across popular music of all styles.


    Revamp features the hits reimagined by the best in pop, rock and urban with Mary J. Blige, Alessia Cara, Coldplay, Miley Cyrus, Florence And The Machine, Lady Gaga, The Killers, Mumford and Sons, P!nk and Logic, Q-Tip ft. Demi Lovato, Queens of the Stone Age, Ed Sheeran, Sam Smith,


    Restoration highlights countries biggest stars with thoughtful interpretations by Dierks Bentley, Rosanne Cash and Emmylou Harris, Miley Cyrus, Vince Gill and Don Henley, Miranda Lambert, Little Big Town, Maren Morris, Kacey Musgraves, Willie Nelson, Brothers Osborne, Chris Stapleton, Rhonda Vincent and Dolly Parton and Lee Ann Womack.


    "'It's always a huge compliment when an artist loves your song enough to take the time and effort to rework it," adds Elton John. "As songwriters, Bernie and myself are thrilled when singers we admire and respect as much as those on Revamp & Restoration choose to add their own unique twist in the process. It means that our music is still relevant and ultimately that our songs continue to reach new audiences. We're humbled and thank them all for their generosity."


    "Because of our love of all kinds of music, we're not stuck in one genre," said Bernie Taupin. "From day one we borrowed from everything that's good about American music - whether it's blues, country, gospel, pop, pure rock - everything got thrown in the mix. I think that's why our music over the years has been so varied. It would be tiring if you just got stuck in one niche your entire career, especially when it's one as long as ours."


    The album art for Restoration was created by Bernie. The rustic musical instruments and flags from both nations is an extension of his mixed-media art that's another form of expression. It symbolizes the role that U.S. culture and its native music has played as a driver in the John/Taupin canon.


    "For me, there's an irony about the American flag," Taupin says. "It's been battered and beaten and burned, but it's resilient. It's always come back. I incorporate it with other things, and lately I've done a lot of pieces with deconstructed guitars and other found materials: barbed wire, broken bottles, things that people identify with on an everyday level. If it's on the floor and it works, I'll put it into the artwork. But it all goes hand in hand with my belief in America and my interest, I would say obsession, with Americana."


    Revamp has a pop art cover based on the Terry O'Neil photograph of Elton that was recreated in neon. The covers are very different from each other because they represent totally different albums.


    "We have two completely different albums; Revamp being the pop one and Restoration being the country one and God we have so many great artists doing our songs, it's quite incredible," said Elton John. "Restoration was Bernie's project and he's a huge country fan. The 'Revamp' was more my project. He came up with an astonishing list of country performers both new and legendary. On Revamp I wrote out a wish list of people that I would love and asked them and to my surprise most of them said yes and we have quite an astonishing eclectic crew."


    *Please note that release dates are subject to change.

    1. Rocket Man - Little Big Town
    2. Mona Lisas And Mad Hatters - Maren Morris
    3. Sacrifice - Don Henley and Vince Gill
    4. Take Me To The Pilot - Brothers Osborne
    5. My Father's Gun - Miranda Lambert
    6. I Want Love - Chris Stapleton
    7. Honky Cat - Lee Ann Womack
    8. Roy Rogers - Kacey Musgraves
    9. Please - Rhonda Vincent and Dolly Parton
    10. The Bitch Is Back - Miley Cyrus
    11. Sad Songs (Say So Much) - Dierks Bentley
    12. This Train Don't Stop - Rosanne Cash and Emmylou Harris
    13. Border Song - Willie Nelson
    Various Artists
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  • Separate The Magnets Separate The Magnets Quick View

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    Separate The Magnets

    Includes 16 Page Booklet (Including Extensive Liner Notes, And Unreleased Photos)


    Dine Alone Records is proud to announce the reissue of Grade's classic Separate the Magnets on limited edition vinyl. For the first time in over 10 years, Dine Alone will be repressing the album, this time as an audiophile 180g 12 cut at 45rpm. The Magnets deluxe reissue will come with revamped artwork
    by bassist Matt Jones, as well as extensive notes and unreleased photos from the release era.

    1. Conceptualizing Theories In Motion
    2. Symptoms Of Simplifying The Simplistic
    3. The Adaptation Of Means
    4. Life Gets In The Way Of Living
    5. To Illustrate And Design Parameters
    6. The Joy Of Stupidity
    7. The Tie That Binds
    Grade
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  • Harmony Corruption Harmony Corruption Quick View

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    Harmony Corruption

    Originally released in 1990, this is a highly sought after third studio album from genre-leading giants... Napalm Death. A totally revamped sound from the first two records (Scum & FETO). Harmony Corruption sees an evolution away from grindcore and blast beats towards a more expansive death metal sound. Recorded at Morrisound Recording in Tampa, Florida famed for the recording of many classic death metal albums. Includes fan favourite 'Suffer The Children'.
    1. Vision Conquest
    2. If The Truth Be Known
    3. Inner Incineration
    4. Malicious Intent
    5. Unfit Earth
    6. Circle Of Hypocrisy
    7. The Chains That Bind Us
    8. Mind Snare
    9. Extremity Retained
    10. Suffer The Children
    11. Hiding Behind
    Napalm Death
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  • The Helio Sequence The Helio Sequence Quick View

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    The Helio Sequence

    The self-titled sixth album by The Helio Sequence began
    with a friendly competition. Several of the duo's friends
    within the Portland, Oregon music scene had been playing
    "The 20-Song Game." The rules were simple, playful and
    ambitious: Songwriters would arrive in their studios at
    prearranged times and spend all day recording 20
    complete songs. When they were finished, they'd have a
    party, listen to the results and talk about the process of
    simply making music in the moment. Brandon Summers
    and Benjamin Weikel took the spirit of the game to heart,
    and forged ahead writing a new record.


    "Negotiations was a very long, introspective process,"
    remembers Summers of the band's 2012 Sub Pop LP. "We
    shut ourselves off from the world and disappeared down
    the rabbit hole. That's how we tend to work, but we wanted
    to try something new, open and immediate."


    In May of 2014 they began arriving each morning in their
    Portland studio with the mission of making as much music
    as possible in one month. They just played, recorded ideas,
    added layers, and eventually cut the loose takes into rough
    shapes, steadily building songs from their cavalier sketches.


    When June arrived, the duo sent their 26 finished songs to
    31 friends, fans and family members. They asked each
    person to rank their 10 favorite tracks. By summer's end,
    they had the 10 tracks that shape the breathless and
    magnetic The Helio Sequence-a record so named
    because it's a kind of clean restart for the longtime pair, a
    revamp of their process and a revitalization of their results.
    The Helio Sequence is a renewed push forward for the
    band, depending on an effortless kinetic energy. It points
    to the pop that's bound Summers and Weikel for so long.
    Indeed, there's a delightful candor to The Helio Sequence,
    an openness that is a rare and special feat for a band about
    to enter its third decade.


    "It's less about curating yourself or trying to put yourself
    across how you want to be perceived," says Summers. "It's
    about having a conversation with people and giving them
    something that's who you are."

    1. Battle Lines
    2. Stoic Resemblence
    3. Red Shifting
    4. Upward Mobility
    5. Leave Or Be Yours
    6. Deuces
    7. Inconsequential Ties
    8. Seven Hours
    9. Phantom Shore
    10. Never Going Back
    The Helio Sequence
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  • Damned Damned Quick View

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    Damned

    WOLFBRIGADE have been storming the scene internationally in one form or another since 1995. Then formed as Wolfpack, the outfit unleashed three LP's and as many EPs of their potent crust-inspired punk in less than five years, instantly making a massively influential impact worldwide and helping fuel an entire new wave of d-beat bands and scenes internationally. With some personnel changes at the turn of the century the band kicked off the new millennium under the revamped moniker WOLFBRIGADE. Since then the band's already powerful attack became even more sinister and morose, yet more aggressive and pummeling. Following four LP's and several splits and mini-releases under the WOLFBRIGADE banner since 2001, the outfit have remained at the top of their game and continue to release invigorating and demoralizing socially-aimed antagonism on a regular basis.
    Feed The Flames
    Slaves Of Induction
    Road To Dreams
    The Curse of Cain
    On Your Knees... In Misery
    Ride the Steel
    Hurricane Veins
    From Beyond
    Catch 22
    Damned to Madness
    Where No One Sleeps
    Peace of Mind
    Wolfbrigade
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  • A Bothered Mind A Bothered Mind Quick View

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    A Bothered Mind

    Grammy nominated R.L. Burnside is one of the most important bluesman in American history. His live performances, whether stripped-down acoustic or with a band, are legendary. After several classic blues records & scanning over 300,000 units, R.L. has firmly established himself as an intense force within the blues world. But R.L. Burnside is not just a great bluesman. Over the past few years he has been expanding his audience with critically acclaimed & ground breaking remix records. His previous remix record, Come On In, revamped the genre with loops & remixes & exposed R.L. Burnside a new, alternative blues audience. R.L.'s last remixes garnered heavy exposure on the hit show, The Sopranos, & also on MTV's Real World & many cop shows, not to mention a Nissan commercial. Selling out has never been easy. R.L.'s expansion into the alternative world continues with his latest remix effort, A Bothered Mind. It features some stunning collaborations with the likes of Kid Rock & Lyrics Born. Intense performances & R.L.'s trademark vocals & guitar picking are at the forefront of this gripping & moving record.
    Detroit Boogie, Pt. 1
    See What My Buddy Done
    Shake 'Em On Down
    Goin' Down South
    My Name Is Robert Too
    Someday Baby
    Go To Jail
    Bird Without A Feather
    Glory Be
    Goin' Away Baby
    Rollin' And Tumblin'
    Stole My Check
    Detroit Boogie, Pt. 2
    R.L. Burnside
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  • Led Zeppelin II Led Zeppelin II Quick View

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    Led Zeppelin II


    Remastered from the Original Master Tapes by Jimmy Page and Pressed at Pallas In Germany



    Recorded quickly during Led Zeppelin's first American tours, Led Zeppelin II provided the blueprint for all the heavy metal bands that followed it. Since the group could only enter the studio for brief amounts of time, most of the songs that compose II are reworked blues and rock & roll standards that the band was performing on-stage at the time. Not only did the short amount of time result in a lack of original material, it made the sound more direct. Jimmy Page still provided layers of guitar overdubs, but the overall sound of the album is heavy and hard, brutal and direct. Whole Lotta Love, The Lemon Song, and Bring It on Home are all based on classic blues songs -- only, the riffs are simpler and louder and each song has an extended section for instrumental solos. Of the remaining six songs, two sport light acoustic touches (Thank You, Ramble On), but the other four are straight-ahead heavy rock that follows the formula of the revamped blues songs. While Led Zeppelin II doesn't have the eclecticism of the group's debut, it's arguably more influential. After all, nearly every one of the hundreds of Zeppelin imitators used this record, with its lack of dynamics and its pummeling riffs, as a blueprint.


    - Stephen Thomas Erlewine (All Music Guide)

    1. Whole Lotta Love
    2. What Is And What Should Never Be
    3. The Lemon Song
    4. Thank You
    5. Heartbreaker
    6. Living Loving Maid (She's Just A Woman)
    7. Ramble On
    8. Moby Dick
    9. Bring It On Home
    Led Zeppelin
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  • Led Zeppelin II (Deluxe Edition) Led Zeppelin II (Deluxe Edition) Quick View

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    Led Zeppelin II (Deluxe Edition)


    Deluxe Edition Remastered Vinyl


    Remastered from the Original Master Tapes by Jimmy Page and Pressed at Pallas In Germany


    Features Previously Unreleased Studio Outtakes


    Recorded quickly during Led Zeppelin's first American tours, Led Zeppelin II provided the blueprint for all the heavy metal bands that followed it. Since the group could only enter the studio for brief amounts of time, most of the songs that compose II are reworked blues and rock & roll standards that the band was performing on-stage at the time. Not only did the short amount of time result in a lack of original material, it made the sound more direct. Jimmy Page still provided layers of guitar overdubs, but the overall sound of the album is heavy and hard, brutal and direct. Whole Lotta Love, The Lemon Song, and Bring It on Home are all based on classic blues songs -- only, the riffs are simpler and louder and each song has an extended section for instrumental solos. Of the remaining six songs, two sport light acoustic touches (Thank You, Ramble On), but the other four are straight-ahead heavy rock that follows the formula of the revamped blues songs. While Led Zeppelin II doesn't have the eclecticism of the group's debut, it's arguably more influential. After all, nearly every one of the hundreds of Zeppelin imitators used this record, with its lack of dynamics and its pummeling riffs, as a blueprint.

    - Stephen Thomas Erlewine (All Music)

    LP1
    1. Whole Lotta Love
    2. What Is And What Should Never Be
    3. The Lemon Song
    4. Thank You
    5. Heartbreaker
    6. Living Loving Maid (She's Just A Woman)
    7. Ramble On
    8. Moby Dick
    9. Bring It On Home


    LP2
    1. Whole Lotta Love (Rough Mix With Vocal)
    2. What Is And What Should Never Be (Rough Mix With Vocal)
    3. Thank You (Backing Track)
    4. Moby Dick (Backing Track)
    5. Heartbreaker (Rough Mix With Vocal)
    6. Living Loving Maid (She's Just A Woman) [Backing Track]
    7. Ramble On (Rough Mix With Vocal)
    8. La La (Intro/Outro Rough Mix)

    Led Zeppelin
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  • Modern Sounds in Country and Western Music Modern Sounds in Country and Western Music Quick View

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    Modern Sounds in Country and Western Music

    Import


    Less modern for its country-R&B blend (Elvis Presley and company did it in 1955) and lushly produced C&W tone (the Nashville sound cropped up in the late '50s) than for its place as a high-profile crossover hit, Modern Sounds in Country and Western fit right in with Ray Charles' expansive musical ways while on the Atlantic label in the '50s. In need of even more room to explore, Charles signed with ABC Paramount and eventually took full advantage of his contract's full artistic freedom clause with this collection of revamped country classics.


    Covering a period from 1939 to the early '60s, the 12 tracks here touch on old-timey fare (Floyd Tillman's It Makes No Difference to Me Now), honky tonk (three Hank Williams songs), and early countrypolitan (Don Gibson's I Can't Stop Loving You). Along with a Top Ten go at Eddy Arnold's You Don't Know Me, the Gibson cover helped the album remain at the top of the pop charts for nearly three months and brought Charles international fame. Above a mix of swinging big band charts by Gerald Wilson and strings and choir backdrops from Marty Paich, Charles' intones the sleepy-blue nuances of country crooners while still giving the songs a needed kick with his gospel outbursts. No pedal steel or fiddles here, just a fine store of inimitable interpretations.

    1. Bye Bye, Love
    2. You Don't Know Me
    3. Half As Much
    4. I Love You So Much It Hurts
    5. Just A Little Lovin'
    6. Worried Mind
    7. It Makes No Difference Now
    8. You Win Again
    9. Careless Love
    10. I Can't Stop Loving You
    11. Hey, Good Lookin'
    Ray Charles
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  • Native Native Quick View

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    Native

    In creating their third full-length album, OneRepublic traveled to Paris, Greece, London, New York, Seattle, and Vancouver to write, record and immerse themselves in elevating and expanding their already sweeping sound. Also working at lead singer/songwriter/keyboardist and Grammy winner Ryan Tedder's own Patriot Studios in Denver, OneRepublic (whose 2007 smash Apologize ranks in the Billboard Hot 100s All-Time Top Songs list) redefined their approach to rhythm and infused their high-powered rock-pop hybrid with elements of electronic music, gospel, blues, and folk. A bold and boundary-pushing follow-up to 2009's Waking Up, the resulting Native offers up a surge of stadium-sized rock that's fiercely beat-driven yet ethereal and intimate.


    Throughout Native, OneRepublic augments the emotional power of each song with a newly revamped vocal approach. Born and raised in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Tedder grew up singing in church and counts country music and gospel as key influences on his singing style. But despite delivering dynamic and unrestrained vocals in OneRepublic's live shows over the years, he long shied away from bringing that same brio to the recording process. I'd always slightly neutered my voice on the albums, maybe out of fears of stepping too far out and getting all showboaty, he says. With this album I felt like I was past due to channel that live sound into the recordings and let a more gospel-esque sort of singing and chanting weave its way through the songs.

    1. Counting Stars
    2. If I Lose Myself
    3. Feel Again
    4. What You Wanted
    5. I Lived
    6. Light It Up
    7. Can't Stop
    8. Au Revoir
    9. Burning Bridges
    10. Something I Need
    11. Preacher
    12. Don't Look Down
    OneRepublic
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    The Laughing Apple

    The Laughing Apple celebrates the 50th anniversary of the artist's 1967 debut, Matthew and Son, and will come out on Yusuf / Cat Stevens' Cat-O-Log Records imprint, via Decca, the label he worked with back then. It also reunites him with producer Paul Samwell-Smith, who helmed Tea for the Tillerman, Teaser and the Firecat and other releases from his early-Seventies heyday.

    Among the old songs that Yusuf / Cat Stevens revived and revamped for The Laughing Apple are Mighty Peace and Mary and the Little Lamb, neither of which ever made it onto an album. Four other songs, including the title track, appeared in their original forms on his 1967 LP New Masters. And You Can Do (Whatever) was originally intended for the Harold and Maude soundtrack but was left unfinished at the time. Many of my earlier recordings were overcooked with big band arrangements, he explains in a press release of his decision to revisit this material. They crowded the song out a lot of times.

    1. Blackness of the Night
    2. See What Love Did to Me
    3. The Laughing Apple
    4. Olive Hill
    5. Grandsons
    6. Mighty Peace
    7. Mary and the Little Lamb
    8. You Can Do (Whatever)
    9. Northern Wind (Death of Billy the Kid)
    10. Don't Blame Them
    11. I'm So Sleepy
    Yusuf/Cat Stevens
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  • Status Quo: Collected Status Quo: Collected Quick View

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    Status Quo: Collected

    Import

    Newly Remastered Audio For Vinyl


    Gatefold Embossed Guitar Sleeve


    4 Page Booklet With Liner Notes And Photos


    South London members Alan Lancaster (bass) and Francis Rossi (guitar) were the original members and founders of Status Quo. Formerly known as The Spectres and later renamed to Traffic or Traffic Jam they settled for Status Quo as their band name in 1967. The following years they were joined by John Coghlan (drums), Roy Lynes (keyboard) and Rick Parfitt (guitar †2016), and after several band members changes are still performing today in a revamped line-up.


    In 1968 their first hit record Pictures of Matchstick Men was released and the debut album soon followed. The subsequent years Status Quo, or simply Quo, enjoyed a multitude of hits; Mean Girl, Down Down, Rockin' All Over The World, The Wanderer, In The Army Now, Roll Over Lay Down (Live), all climbed the charts in different countries.


    During the years Status Quo developed their own signature style of heavy rhythms, a few guitar chords, straightforward, accessible lyrics and collected a huge and loyal fan base. In 2006 NME magazine named Status Quo The Most Successful UK band as they achieved more chart hits than any other British band.


    The 2 LP Collected compilation is an era spanning selection of Status Quo includes the hits, 4 original mono recordings Pictures Of Matchstick Men, Ice In The Sun, I (Who Have Nothing) by The Spectres, Almost But Not Quite There by Traffic Jam and is newly remastered for vinyl.

    LP 1
    1. Pictures Of Matchstick Men
    2. Ice In The Sun
    3. Are You Growing Tired Of My Love
    4. Mean Girl
    5. Caroline
    6. Roll Over Lay Down (Live)
    7. Down Down
    8. Rain
    9. Rockin' All Over The World
    10. Hold You Back
    11. Again And Again
    12. Whatever You Want


    LP 2
    1. Living On An Island
    2. What You're Proposing
    3. Rock 'n' Roll
    4. Something About You Baby I Like
    5. Ol' Rag Blues
    6. The Wanderer
    7. Rollin' Home
    8. In The Army Now
    9. The Oriental
    10. Medley: The Anniversary Waltz - Part 1 (1990)

    11. The Spectres - I (Who Have Nothing)
    12. Traffic Jam - Almost But Not Quite There

    Status Quo
    $39.99
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    Navigating The Bronze (Awaiting Repress)

    Navigating The Bronze, the fifth studio album from Seattle's AKIMBO, is their heaviest and most dynamic release to date. This battle axe of a record was sculpted at Head Bang and Kill Your Mama studio in Louisville, KY with Chris Owens (LORDS, ED GEIN, YOUNG WIDOWS, etc.) whose talent for capturing heavy-hitting bands culminated in ten songs sure to crumble the walls around your stereo.


    Navigating The Bronze, AKIMBO's second full-length on Alternative Tentacles (third including the 2007 reissue of Harshing Your Mellow - VIRUS 369) features a revamped lineup with fretboard wizard Aaron Walters on guitar and the familiar cement-tight rhythm section of founding members Nat Damm (drums) and Jon Weisnewski (bass/vocals). In addition to a refreshed guitar sound, Weisnewski's token throat-shredding has evolved into a deeper, more ferocious bellow, lending a primal quality to the vocals as well as fueling the inferno with new melodies.


    Tracks like You Can Hear the Honey, Wizard Van Wizard and Huge Muscles will sound instantly familiar to the seasoned AKIMBO connoisseur with frantic pacing and more changes than one can count on two hands. However, Navigating The Bronze has its cache of surprises for old fans, including a classical tribute to Bach in Megatherium and drummer Nat Damm - a multiple Seattle Weekly Best Drummer nominee - doing his first ever solo track Roman Coins.


    At once the most varied and sonically mature AKIMBO record thus far, Navigating The Bronze is certain to take the band to the next level. AKIMBO will be on the road constantly throughout 2007 and into 2008 supporting Navigating The Bronze.

    1. You Can Hear the Honey
    2. Wizard Van Wizard
    3. Dungeon Bastard
    4. Huge Muscles
    5. Roman Coins
    6. Lungless
    7. Megatherium
    8. Hiding in Paper
    9. Curse of King David
    10. Stjernaborg
    Akimbo
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    Crooked Teeth

    Papa Roach has never taken the easy way out and they aren't going to start now. Over the past two decades the group have established themselves as true trendsetters in heavy music: They've been nominated for two Grammys, toured the globe with everyone from Eminem to Marilyn Manson and crafted the nÜ metal anthem "Last Resort," which is still in heavy rotation on rock radio seventeen years after its release. However, the group's tenth full-length Crooked Teeth sees the band returning to their humble-and hungry-roots. The album was recorded in a cramped West Hollywood studio with up-and-coming producers Nicholas "RAS" Furlong and Colin Brittain, who grew up listening to Papa Roach and inspired them to revisit some of the traits that personally endeared the band to them, most notably frontman Jacoby Shaddix's remarkable rapping technique.


    "We've always kind of considered ourselves to be the bastard cousins of everything we've every been involved with so we wanted to be true to that and switch things up this time around," Shaddix says. "The first time we met up with RAS and Colin, they said that [2000's] Infest was on constant rotation when they were growing up and they wanted to bring back some of that fire." The connection between the artists and producers was immediate and the first song Papa Roach-which also features guitarist Jerry Horton, bassist Tobin Esperance, and drummer Tony Palermo-came up with for Crooked Teeth was "My Medication," an instantly catchy banger that sees Shaddix spitting verses in between massive choruses and ambient accents. "I really felt like we had a personal connection and the music was just there waiting to be written and once we nailed that song things really clicked and we knew exactly what we had to do" Furlong explains. "We really followed our instincts and tried something unproven with this record and because of that we ended up with a bold, courageous and more adventurous version of Papa Roach." It was in this studio that "old school" Papa Roach ways, morphed to create this "new school" Papa Roach sound.


    From the instantly infectious nature of the title track to the atmospheric sheen of the ballad "Periscope" (which features Skylar Grey) and the hip-hop rock mashup "Sunrise Trailer Park" (which features an impassioned verse from Machine Gun Kelly). Crooked Teeth displays the various sides of Papa Roach and illustrates why they've managed to remain relevant while musical trends ebb and flow. "We didn't go into this album with the intention of trying to write radio singles," Horton explains. "The collection of songs was really about bookending everything that we've done prior to this album and reintroducing Papa Roach to people who didn't realize the depth that we have," says Palermo. "The whole idea was to take the classic elements of Papa Roach that everyone loved and revamp them into a modern version of the sound through the creative process," adds Furlong. "We just wanted to flip everything on its head and see what would happen and it turned out more amazing than any of us could have expected."


    "The people who have wanted to hear me rap for years are gonna love some of the viscousness on this record," Shaddix explains adding that while he had his own initial reservations about some of the album's more unorthodox moments - such as the 808 bass drop into a metal breakdown on the album title track, "Crooked Teeth" - ultimately those adventurous decisions are what make the album such a refreshing change of pace in a rock climate that's grown increasingly sterile. "I'd like to personally thank all of the guys in the band for making this happen because all it takes is one person to give you a shot and this was definitely mine," Furlong adds. "I want to be one of the best producers in modern day music so I wanted to work as hard for these guys as they would for themselves because as a producer it was my job to push them to get the kind of quality work everyone has been expecting."


    Just as Papa Roach felt like they still had something to prove with this record, so did the production team who attempted to bring in elements of music from different genres and parts of the world while still staying true to Papa Roach's sound. "One of the big elements in my production is finding those pockets of rhythm that people associate more with rap or reggae," Furlong explains, a fact that came in especially handy when Shaddix was fine-tuning his freestyle skills. "I know rap rhythms because I grew up listening to hip-hop, so I was able to make sure that the delivery was on point and the beat was in the pocket so it didn't suffer from a lot of the stylistic pitfalls that can happen when you merge rock and rap."


    Crooked Teeth also sees Shaddix pulling no punches lyrically, as evidenced on intensely personal tracks like "Born For Greatness," produced by Jason Evigan (Jason Derulo, Demi Lovato, Kehlani, Madonna), which sees Shaddix getting sentimental about his three children, or "American Dream" where the lifelong pacifist begs the listener to ask, "have you ever thought war was a sickness?" "My father is a Vietnam veteran and a lot of those soldiers came back to a country where people weren't accepting them back into society or aware of the effects that war has on your psyche," Shaddix says of the song." "Post-traumatic stress disorder and the disintegration of the American family are things I've dealt with personally and I knew other people could relate to. I think that's what makes this record bold. Nothing was off limits when it came to what was on my mind."


    Never one to shy away from difficult topics, Papa Roach dug deep with Crooked Teeth and refused to censor themselves when it came to their opinion of the current political landscape and organized religion. For example, on "None Of The Above," every ounce of musical intensity on the album is mirrored by Shaddix's words whether he's screaming, singing or rhyming. "It took me a long time, but eventually I realized that in life we're all human and we all make mistakes whether you're the president or the preacher, you know?" Shaddix explains when asked about the latter song. "It's an example of how I can get lost in a storyline and explore so many different issues in one track and that's what I love about this record. Just the spark of an idea would instantly ignite and the next thing we knew we had another song that we all loved."


    In many ways making Crooked Teeth reminded Shaddix of the band's early days, well before they sold millions of albums and became a household name. "When we were in the rehearsal space I wasn't thinking about who I needed to impress, I was thinking about how much I love making music with the guys in this band," Shaddix admits. "It feels honest and it feels pure," adds Esperance. Fittingly, throughout the process, Shaddix gained inspiration from bands like Led Zeppelin and Faith No More, acts who constantly redefined themselves and were never content to rest on the merits of a hit single." This band encompasses some of my greatest victories, but it's also brought out some of my darkest character flaws," Shaddix summarizes, "so I have kind of a love-hate relationship with this music, but I can't stop because I've got too much of my life invested in it at this point. We are a purpose-driven band and I've got a responsibility to myself and our fans to continue to create."

    1. Break The Fall
    2. Crooked Teeth
    3. My Medication
    4. Born For Greatness
    5. American Dreams
    6. Periscope
    7. Help
    8. Sunrise Trailer Park
    9. Traumatic
    10. None Of The Above
    Papa Roach
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  • Status Quo: Collected Status Quo: Collected Quick View

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    Status Quo: Collected

    Import


    Limited First Pressing Of 4,000 Individually Numbered Copies On 180 Gram Purple Vinyl, Black Vinyl Thereafter


    Newly Remastered Audio For Vinyl


    Gatefold Embossed Guitar Sleeve


    4 Page Booklet With Liner Notes And Photos


    South London members Alan Lancaster (bass) and Francis Rossi (guitar) were the original members and founders of Status Quo. Formerly known as The Spectres and later renamed to Traffic or Traffic Jam they settled for Status Quo as their band name in 1967. The following years they were joined by John Coghlan (drums), Roy Lynes (keyboard) and Rick Parfitt (guitar †2016), and after several band members changes are still performing today in a revamped line-up.


    In 1968 their first hit record Pictures of Matchstick Men was released and the debut album soon followed. The subsequent years Status Quo, or simply Quo, enjoyed a multitude of hits; Mean Girl, Down Down, Rockin' All Over The World, The Wanderer, In The Army Now, Roll Over Lay Down (Live), all climbed the charts in different countries.


    During the years Status Quo developed their own signature style of heavy rhythms, a few guitar chords, straightforward, accessible lyrics and collected a huge and loyal fan base. In 2006 NME magazine named Status Quo The Most Successful UK band as they achieved more chart hits than any other British band.


    The 2 LP Collected compilation is an era spanning selection of Status Quo includes the hits, 4 original mono recordings Pictures Of Matchstick Men, Ice In The Sun, I (Who Have Nothing) by The Spectres, Almost But Not Quite There by Traffic Jam and is newly remastered for vinyl.


    This limited edition is pressed on purple vinyl, includes a 4-page booklet with liner notes and is packed in a also limited gatefold embossed guitar sleeve.


    After the first pressing is sold out, the Collected album is available on black vinyl.

    LP 1
    1. Pictures Of Matchstick Men
    2. Ice In The Sun
    3. Are You Growing Tired Of My Love
    4. Mean Girl
    5. Caroline
    6. Roll Over Lay Down (Live)
    7. Down Down
    8. Rain
    9. Rockin' All Over The World
    10. Hold You Back
    11. Again And Again
    12. Whatever You Want


    LP 2
    1. Living On An Island
    2. What You're Proposing
    3. Rock 'n' Roll
    4. Something About You Baby I Like
    5. Ol' Rag Blues
    6. The Wanderer
    7. Rollin' Home
    8. In The Army Now
    9. The Oriental
    10. Medley: The Anniversary Waltz - Part 1 (1990)

    11. The Spectres - I (Who Have Nothing)
    12. Traffic Jam - Almost But Not Quite There

    Status Quo
    $39.99
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    All Harm Ends Here

    The Early Day Miners Good Time Band is back with another platter of Midwest post-goth. Having already introduced their new rhythm section (Matt Griffin on drums and Jonathan Richardson on bass) to the world over the course of their last two tours, with All Harm Ends Here Early Day Miners have combined the lushness of their second album Let Us Garlands Bring with the conciseness of their last full-length Jefferson At Rest. Moreso than on any of their previous efforts, EDM take both musical and tonal cues from the principal architects of the 80's sad-as-hell dark underground - Echo & the Bunnymen, the Church, early-the Cure, and most notably the Bauhaus/Tones On Tail/Love And Rockets axis. While contemporaries like Bedhead and Interpol have mined primarily the darkest aspects of these long shadows, there lies in Early Day Miners' method an innate sense of hope that transcends even their darkest themes (decay, suicide, desertion). Perhaps this is most evident in the guitar interplay of long-time collaborators Dan Burton (Ativin) and Joseph Brumley. Arpeggios abound, the works of Roger McGuinn and The Edge come to mind in that there is a sense of hopefulness and sublimation which drives the songs to a better place. While the album is filled with death and ghosts of all sorts, its unifying theme is the individual's ability to escape the death and ghosts. Even the making of the album (which was done just outside of the band's hometown of Bloomington, Indiana, on the outskirts of Hoosier National Forest) was plagued by ghosts and phantoms. Recorded at the Old Mt. Gilead Church - recently revamped into a recording studio and still immediately surrounded on three sides by a dozen acres of 150-year old cemetery - principal tracking for All Harm Ends Here was halted for days at a time on multiple occasions when inexplicable flutter infected the reels of tape, almost requiring EDM to relocate its principal tracking altogether. Mixing and overdubbing was done at Burton's own Grotto Home Studio in an effort to evade those ghosts in the machine which possessed Old Mt. Gilead. While the Early Day Miners don't make flashy music, their layered music rewards the repeat listener. If you listen closely enough, in fact, you can hear ghosts in the distance.
    Errance
    Townes
    The Union Trade
    Comfort/Guilt
    All Harm
    Precious Blood
    We Know in Part
    The Way We Live Now
    The Purest Red
    Early Day Miners
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  • Led Zeppelin II (Super Deluxe Edition Box) Led Zeppelin II (Super Deluxe Edition Box) Quick View

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    Led Zeppelin II (Super Deluxe Edition Box)


    Super Deluxe Edition Box


    Remastered from the Original Master Tapes by Jimmy Page and Pressed at Pallas In Germany


    Remastered album on CD in vinyl replica sleeve


    Companion audio on CD in a new sleeve and on 180-gram vinyl (Led Zeppelin features a previously unreleased October 1969 concert from Paris, II & III feature previously unreleased studio outtakes)


    Remastered album on 180-gram vinyl in a sleeve replicating the first pressing


    High-def audio download card of all content at 96kHz/24 bit (Live tracks are 48kHz/24bit)


    Hard bound, 70+ page book filled with rare and previously unseen photos and memorabilia


    High quality print of the original album cover, the first 30,000 of which will be individually numbered


    Led Zeppelin will also include a replica of the band's original Atlantic press kit


    Recorded quickly during Led Zeppelin's first American tours, Led Zeppelin II provided the blueprint for all the heavy metal bands that followed it. Since the group could only enter the studio for brief amounts of time, most of the songs that compose II are reworked blues and rock & roll standards that the band was performing on-stage at the time. Not only did the short amount of time result in a lack of original material, it made the sound more direct. Jimmy Page still provided layers of guitar overdubs, but the overall sound of the album is heavy and hard, brutal and direct. Whole Lotta Love, The Lemon Song, and Bring It on Home are all based on classic blues songs -- only, the riffs are simpler and louder and each song has an extended section for instrumental solos. Of the remaining six songs, two sport light acoustic touches (Thank You, Ramble On), but the other four are straight-ahead heavy rock that follows the formula of the revamped blues songs. While Led Zeppelin II doesn't have the eclecticism of the group's debut, it's arguably more influential. After all, nearly every one of the hundreds of Zeppelin imitators used this record, with its lack of dynamics and its pummeling riffs, as a blueprint.


    - Stephen Thomas Erlewine (All Music Guide)

    1. Whole Lotta Love

    2. What Is And What Should Never Be
    3. The Lemon Song

    4. Thank You
    5. Heartbreaker
    6. Living Loving Maid (She's Just A Woman)

    7. Ramble On
    8. Moby Dick


    Companion Audio
    1. Whole Lotta Love
    2. What Is And What Should Never Be
    3. Thank You
    4. Heartbreaker
    5. Living Loving Maid (She's Just A Woman)
    6. Ramble On
    7. Moby Dick
    8. La La

    Led Zeppelin
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    You Can't Stop Me

    Many of the greatest works of art throughout history were
    fashioned from grief, anger and overwhelming despair descending on its creators in the aftermath of tragedy and SUICIDE SILENCE's appropriately titled You Can't Stop Me is no exception. Plenty of bands trumpet the idea of strength through adversity, but few have lived it like this one.
    Like the once unthinkable creative and commercial reemergence of ALICE IN CHAINS or the classic, legendary and timeless touchstone that is AC/DC's Back in Black, Suicide Silence's fourth album features a new frontman on the heels of earthshaking tragedy. You Can't Stop Me serves as a simultaneous introduction to vocalist Hernan "Eddie" Hermida, as well as a celebration of the brotherhood the band shared with Hermida's fallen predecessor. The group chose the album's title from a collection of lyrics left behind by the late Mitch Lucker, while their formidable revamped sound makes it clear that Suicide Silence's resurrection is complete. Ever since Suicide Silence went public with their plans to continue as a band, they've put all of the emotions from the last two years into these songs. "Inherit the Crown" name checks The Black Crown, as Hermida demands the chance to honor his friend's legacy and carve out a place of his own.


    Mark Heylmun and Chris Garza (guitars), Dan Kenny (bass) and Alex Lopez (drums) sound more driven than ever, force-feeding their mashup of death metal, black metal, grind and time-signature bending dissonance into structured, focused and often groove-oriented missives of anger and perseverance. Just as the surviving members of JOY DIVISION were able to remake themselves as NEW ORDER, and as a post-plane crash LYNYRD SKYNYRD was reborn with Johnny Van Zant stepping in for his late brother, You Can't Stop Me is equal parts mournful tribute and statement of renewed purpose.


    Death metal legend George "Corpsegrinder" Fisher (CANNIBAL CORPSE) and Greg Puciato (THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN, KILLER BE KILLED) make guest appearances, but make no mistake: Suicide Silence is as bonded, as cohesive, as ever. You Can't Stop Me was produced and mixed by Steve Evetts (THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN, GLASSJAW, SEPULTURA), the band's longtime friend and collaborator. Evetts was set to begin working with Lucker on new material just days after the singer's passing.
    Most bands will declare their most recent album the "best" they've ever done. Suicide Silence have declared You Can't Stop Me as their most impassioned, most committed, and most important release thus far. It's a record they fought, bled, sweated and even cried to make happen.
    If a rising heavy metal band can overcome a tragedy this triumphantly, this definitively, this absolutely, then surely there's hope for us all.

    1. M.A.L.
    2. Inherit The Crown
    3. Cease To Exist
    4. Sacred Words
    5. Control (feat. George Corpsegrinder Fisher)
    6. Warrior
    7. You Can't Stop Me
    8. Monster Within (feat. Greg Puciato)
    9. We Have All Had Enough
    10. Ending Is The Beginning
    11. Don't Die
    12. Ouroboros
    Suicide Silence
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    Nemesis Divina

    Limited First Edition 20th Anniversary Reissue


    Special Gatefold Packaging With A2 Poster


    Includes Never Before Seen Photos And Artwork From 1996


    There are, at most, a handful of albums and a handful of songs that really define modernday black metal. Nemesis Divina is definitely one of those records, and 'Mother North' is definitely one of those songs," Satyr boldly (and rightfully) claims. When Satyricon released their third album in 1996, their status as one of the most significant and creatively vital bands in Norwegian black metal was already beyond dispute, but Nemesis Divina was no ordinary record or just another step along the road to infamy.


    From its uniquely vibrant and impactful artwork, which broke every supposed rule in the black metal handbook with its vivid colours and refined aesthetic core, to the supremely confident and idiosyncratic songs and individual performances that heralded a new found sophistication and a freshly incisive vision, Nemesis Divina almost single-handedly took black metal from its voluntarily shadowy and obscure origins into the glaring spotlight of the international metal scene. It showcased a band that finally had the skill and the musical intuition to back up the undeniable potency of their artistic vision. Sonically devastating and compositionally meticulous, songs like 'Mother North' and 'The Dawn Of A New Age' redefined what black metal was capable of, while proudly retaining the genre's ageless essence and aesthetic values.


    To herald the 20th anniversary of this most illustrious piece of dark art, Nemesis Divina will be re-released in 2016 via Napalm Records, newly remastered by Satyr himself, and boasts upgraded and revamped packaging, worthy of an album that has had a huge and enduring impact on both the black metal scene and underground heavy music in general. Satyricon will then embark on a series of exclusive one-off shows, performing the record in full for the first and only time. "It's not what we do and it won't happen again!" avows frontman and creative mastermind Satyr. "This band, as you know, is definitely not retrospective. But we started playing live in 1996. Our most groundbreaking milestone record came out in 1996. It's the only one that we still play several songs from in our set to this day so if we're ever going to do a reissue, do anniversary shows, and make it a big deal, it's gonna be ‚Nemesis Divina', and it has to be now."

    1. The Dark Of A New Age
    2. Forhekset (Bewitched)
    3. Mother North
    4. Du som hater Gud (You Who Hate God)
    5. Immortality Passion
    6. Nemesis Divina
    7. Tanscendental Requiem Of Slaves
    Satyricon
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    Parasite

    Pressed On Sea Green Vinyl

    Limited To 2000 Copies

    One-Sided 12" w/ B-Side Etching (No Music)

    When The Coathangers first stormed on the scene over a decade ago, their power resided in their ability to craft a crooked hook out of a grimy guitar line, a delightfully crass chorus, or an enticingly ham-fisted drum-and-bass groove. With each successive album, the Atlanta garage punk ensemble has increasingly tempered their brash charm with sharp-witted pop. Not that the band ever fully excised the primal howl of The Gories or the sparse strut of ESG, but with the trio's latest EP, Parasite, The Coathangers explore the space between their initial unbridled expressionism and their recent nuanced song craft. "I'd like to think the EP takes you on a journey through the band's existence," says guitarist/vocalist Julia Kugel of the sequencing of the five songs on their latest offering.

    Parasite kicks off with the title track, a rowdy throwback to a younger, angrier incarnation of the band. Crafted in the wake of the election and during a tumultuous period in the band members'private lives, "Parasite" is pure catharsis. "During the making of our last album, I didn't want to scream anymore, I just wanted to sing and focus on melody. When we came to this recording, Ijust wanted to scream and curse." If the EP is meant as a journey through the various stages of the band's career, it certainly storms out of the gate with the same kind of piss-and-vinegar of their eponymous debut. And while "Wipe Out" is another rowdy venture, with bassist Meredith Franco taking over the lead vocal duties over a steady barrage of pointed power-chords, it also showcases the rousing choruses that elevated the trio from underground heroines to an internationally renowned garage act. Despite the adverse times, The Coathangers' mastery of pop cannot be contained forever, as is evident in the EP's single "Captain's Dead", with its sultry verses, triumphant chorus, and a bombastic freak-out of noisy guitar. The journey through The Coathangers' musical evolution leads to a revamped version of "Down Down" off 2016's Nosebleed Weekend LP and the smoky twang of "Drifter", in which drummer/vocalist Stephanie Luke demonstrates her knack for solid Dusty Springfield-style ballads.

    1. Parasite
    2. Wipe Out
    3. Captain's Dead
    4. Down Down (alt version)
    5. Drifter
    The Coathangers
    $15.99
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  • Live At Stubb's Vol. II (Awaiting Repress) Live At Stubb's Vol. II (Awaiting Repress) Quick View

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    Live At Stubb's Vol. II (Awaiting Repress)

    When Matisyahu's groundbreaking original live album, Live at Stubb's, was released in 2005, it launched him onto Top 40 radio with his now most-recognizable anthem King Without a Crown. The album reached #1 on the Billboard Reggae Album Chart.


    Now with three critically acclaimed studio albums to his name, Matisyahu decided to return to where it all-began. On a hot August night in Austin, TX, in the summer of 2010, he took the stage at the famed music venue Stubb's with his band, Brooklyn's The Dub Trio, for an unforgettable live music experience. Showcasing his incredible artistic evolution, Matisyahu unveiled the brand new song Open The Gates and performed songs that span his lauded catalog, including selections from 2004's Shake Off The Dust...Arise, 2005's Live at Stubb's, 2006's Youth and 2009's Light.


    With a re-discovered love for roots reggae and improvisation at the core of his live show, Matisyahu brilliantly re-vamped the vocal and instrumental arrangements, elevating each song to new heights. From album opener Kodesh to tracks such as Mist Rising, Youth, Darkness Into Light and One Day, Live At Stubb's Vol. II is a raw and inspiring musical journey that is sure to become a treasured part of Matisyahu's musical legacy.

    1. Kodesh
    2. Time of Your Song
    3. Mist Rising
    4. Youth
    5. Darkness Into Light
    6. I Will Be Light
    7. Two Child One Drop
    8. Open The Gates
    9. One Day
    10. Motivate
    Matisyahu
    $19.99
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