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  • Rocky IV Soundtrack Rocky IV Soundtrack Quick View

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    Rocky IV Soundtrack

    The 1985 blockbuster Rocky IV found Sylvester Stallone's heavyweight champion boxer in the fight of his life against the fearsome Ivan Drago. The soundtrack, newly remastered for vinyl offers energizing anthems by Survivor (Burning Heart, Eye of the Tiger), James Brown (Living in America) and John Cafferty (Hearts On Fire).
    1. Burning Heart (Survivor)
    2. Hearts On Fire (John Cafferty)
    3. Double Or Nothing (Kenny Loggins)
    4. Eye of the Tiger (Survivor)
    5. War/Fanfare From Rocky (Vince DiCola)
    6. Living in America (James Brown)
    7. No Easy Way Out (Robert Tepper)
    8. One Way Street (Go West)
    9. The Sweetest Victory (Touch)
    10. Training Montage (Vince DiCola)
    Various Artists
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  • LONG.LIVE.A$AP (Deluxe Version) (Awaiting Repress) LONG.LIVE.A$AP (Deluxe Version) (Awaiting Repress) Quick View

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    LONG.LIVE.A$AP (Deluxe Version) (Awaiting Repress)

    Prominent hip-hop rising star A$AP Rocky presents LONG.LIVE.A$AP. The album will feature the buzz worthy "Goldie" and the Noah "40" Shebib produced hit, "F**kin' Problems" featuring hip-hop elites Drake, 2 Chainz and Kendrick Lamar, which was recently most added at urban and rhythm radio and continues to dominate airwaves.


    Executive produced by A$AP Rocky and A$AP Yams, the LONG.LIVE.A$AP release will also feature guest appearances by Schoolboy Q, Santigold, Joey Bada$$, Yelawolf, Danny Brown, Action Bronson and Big K.R.I.T. A$AP Rocky takes the reins as producer and co-producer on several tracks along with Danger Mouse, Jim Jonsin, Rico Love, Clams Casino, Skrillex, Hit-Boy and more.


    This deluxe version of LONG.LIVE.A$AP contains the original version's 12 tracks, plus 4 additional tracks, including "I Come Apart" featuring Florence Welch and "Ghetto Symphony" featuring Gunplay & A$AP Ferg.

    LP 1
    1. Long Live A$AP
    2. Goldie
    3. PMW (All I Really Need) - feat. Schoolboy Q
    4. LVL
    5. Hell - feat. Santigold
    6. Pain - feat. OverDoz
    7. F**kin' Problems - feat. Drake, 2 Chainz & Kendrick Lamar
    8. Wild For The Night - feat. Skrillex & Birdy Nam Nam


    LP 2
    1. 1Train - feat. Kendrick Lamar, Joey Bada$$, Yelawolf, Danny Brown, Action Bronson & Big K.R.I.T.
    2. Fashion Killa
    3. Phoenix
    4. Suddenly
    5. Jodye
    6. Ghetto Symphony - feat. Gunplay & A$AP Ferg
    7. Angels
    8. I Come Apart - feat. Florence Welch

    A$AP Rocky
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    Blackout

    Blackout is the fourth studio album from Dropkick Murphys, released in 2003. It was released with a DVD, which contained live videos for Rocky Road to Dublin and Boys on the Dock, a music video for Gonna Be a Blackout Tonight, and a trailer for their then upcoming untitled full-length DVD, which became On The Road With The Dropkick Murphys.
    Walk Away
    Worker's Song
    The Outcast
    Black Velvet Band
    Gonna Be A Blackout Tonight
    World Full Of Hate
    Buried Alive
    The Dirty Glass
    Fields Of Athenry
    Bastards On Parade
    As One
    This Is Your Life
    Time To Go
    Kiss Me I'm Shitfaced
    Dropkick Murphy's
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    Empty Days And Sleepless Nights

    Massachusetts-based Defeater has been hailed as a new artistic peak for hardcore by Punknews.org and thier sophomore full-length release, Empty Days & Sleepless Nights, further cements the accolade. Empty Days & Sleepless Nights is a fourteen-song double LP and the first four tracks showcase a new, acoustic side of the band that sounds a lot like Rocky Votolato and Ryan Adams. However, they return to their hardcore roots and deliver ten huge-sounding, heavy and catchy tracks to round out the album.


    Defeater has become known for their story-like approach to hardcore music and the band is unique in the sense that each of their songs reads as a narrative chapter from a novel. Each of their albums is an embellished piece of fiction set in post-WWII America in a broken home and Empty Days & Sleepless Nights runs parallel to their first album, Travels.

    1. But Breathing
    2. Brothers
    3. I Don't Mind
    4. Headstone
    5. Warm Blood Rush
    6. Dear Father
    7. Waves Crash, Clouds Roll
    8. Empty Glass
    9. No Kind of Home
    10. White Knuckles
    11. Cemetery Walls
    12. Quiet the Longing
    13. At Peace
    14. White Oak Doors
    Defeater
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  • Valleys Of Neptune Valleys Of Neptune Quick View

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    Valleys Of Neptune

    Jimi Hendrix Valleys Of Neptune on Audiophile-Quality 180g 2LP Set!


    12 Previously Unreleased, Fully Realized Jimi Hendrix Studio Recordings Available for the First Time Ever!


    Cut from the Analog Masters by Legendary Engineer George Marino at Sterling Sound and Pressed on 180-gram Vinyl at RTI!


    The Hendrix Family is Committed to Bringing you the Best Sound Quality Possible: Do Not Miss This Collection!


    Set Joins Exquisitely Remastered Versions of Are You Experienced?, Axis: Bold As Love, Electric Ladyland, and First Rays of the New Rising Sun!


    The already insurmountable legacy of the greatest, most advanced rock guitarist to ever play a note just got better. Valleys Of Neptune, a newly curated album of 12 fully realized Jimi Hendrix studio recordings, contains more than 60 minutes of music never commercially available on any Hendrix album. Centered around tracks recorded during a pivotal and turbulent four-month period in 1969, Valleys Of Neptune unveils the original Jimi Hendrix Experience's final studio recordings for the very first time. Just as importantly, no expense has been spared in making sure this monumental release sounds as good as humanly possible. Mastered from the original analog tapes, cut by legendary engineer George Marino on upgraded equipment at Sterling Sound, and pressed on 180-gram virgin vinyl at RTI, this 2LP set is a sonic knockout on par with the very best audiophile recordings. It's no wonder that this release spearheads Legacy Recordings' unprecented 2010 Jimi Hendrix Catalog Project of reissues and new releases from the greatest guitar player in history. Albums don't get more essential than this.


    Valleys Of Neptune provides a fundamental, compelling, and largely unseen view of what Jimi Hendrix was doing in the critical period between the release of Electric Ladyland in October of 1968 and the 1970 opening of his own Electric Lady Studios in Greenwich Village. The state-of-the-art facility is also where he would begin his final project, the ambitious double album First Rays of the New Rising Sun.


    Here, the group lays down the foundation for its follow-up to Electric Ladyland, alongside the guitar superhero's first sessions with bassist Billy Cox, an army buddy Hendrix had recruited into his new ensemble. As such, Valleys Of Neptune offers more than an hour of previously unreleased Jimi Hendrix music, newly mixed for this historic release by Hendrix's longtime engineer Eddie Kramer, who first worked with the guitarist on 1967's Are You Experienced? Valleys Of Neptune is produced by Janie Hendrix, John McDermott (who contributes detailed liner notes), and Kramer. The Valleys Of Neptune single has long been one of the most sought-after of Hendrix's recordings. But it's not the only reason to grab this set.


    Other highlights encompass blazing studio covers of Elmore James' Bleeding Heart and Cream's Sunshine of Your Love, as well as premier performances of original Hendrix compositions like Ships Passing Through The Night, Lullaby For The Summer, and the original recording of the Jimi Hendrix Experience rendition of Hear My Train A Comin'. Also included is Mr. Bad Luck, a Jimi Hendrix Experience track, produced by Chas Chandler during the 1967 Axis: Bold as Love sessions.
    Specific personnel and recording dates of the tracks are as follows:


    Stone Free

    Recorded: Record Plant, New York, April 7, 9, 14, May 17,1969

    Producer: Jimi Hendrix

    Vocal, Guitar: Jimi Hendrix

    Bass: Billy Cox

    Drums: Mitch Mitchell

    Backing Vocals: Roger Chapman, Andy Fairweather Low


    Valleys Of Neptune

    Recorded: Record Plant, New York, September 23, 1969, May 15, 1970

    Producer: Jimi Hendrix

    Vocal, Guitar: Jimi Hendrix

    Drums: Mitch Mitchell

    Bass: Billy Cox

    Percussion: Juma Sultan


    Bleeding Heart

    Recorded: Record Plant, New York, April 24, 1969

    Producer: Jimi Hendrix

    Vocal, Guitar: Jimi Hendrix

    Bass: Billy Cox

    Drums: Rocky Isaac

    Tambourine: Chris Grimes

    Maracas: Al Marks


    Hear My Train A Comin'

    Recorded: Record Plant, New York, April 7, 1969

    Producer: Jimi Hendrix

    Vocal, Guitar: Jimi Hendrix

    Bass: Noel Redding

    Drums: Mitch Mitchell


    Mr. Bad Luck

    Recorded: Olympic Studios, London, May 5, 1967

    Producer: Chas Chandler

    Additional bass and drum recording, Air Studios, London, June 5, 1987

    Vocal, Guitar: Jimi Hendrix

    Bass: Noel Redding

    Drums: Mitch Mitchell


    Sunshine Of Your Love

    Recorded: Olympic Studios, London, February 16, 1969

    Producer: Jimi Hendrix

    Guitar: Jimi Hendrix

    Bass: Noel Redding

    Drums: Mitch Mitchell

    Percussion: Rocki Dzidzornu


    Lover Man

    Recorded: Olympic Studios, London, February 16, 1969

    Producer: Jimi Hendrix

    Vocal, Guitar: Jimi Hendrix

    Bass: Noel Redding

    Drums: Mitch Mitchell


    Ships Passing Through The Night

    Recorded: Record Plant, New York, April 14, 1969

    Producer: Jimi Hendrix

    Guitar, Vocals: Jimi Hendrix

    Bass: Noel Redding

    Drums: Mitch Mitchell


    Fire

    Recorded: Olympic Studios, London, February 17, 1969

    Producer: Jimi Hendrix

    Vocal, Guitar: Jimi Hendrix

    Bass, Backing Vocal: Noel Redding

    Drums: Mitch Mitchell


    Red House

    Recorded: Olympic Studios, London, February 17, 1969

    Producer: Jimi Hendrix

    Vocal, Guitar: Jimi Hendrix

    Bass: Noel Redding

    Drums: Mitch Mitchell


    Lullaby For The Summer

    Recorded: Record Plant, New York, April 7, 1969

    Producer: Jimi Hendrix

    Mixed By Eddie Kramer

    Guitar: Jimi Hendrix

    Bass: Noel Redding

    Drums: Mitch Mitchell


    Crying Blue Rain

    Recorded: Olympic Studios, London, February 16, 1969

    Producer: Jimi Hendrix

    Additional bass and drum recording, Air Studios, London, June 5, 1987

    Vocal, Guitar: Jimi Hendrix

    Percussion: Rocki Dzidzornu

    Bass: Noel Redding

    Drums: Mitch Mitchell


    1. Stone Free
    2. Valleys Of Neptune
    3. Bleeding Heart
    4. Hear My Train A Comin'
    5. Mr. Bad Luck
    6. Sunshine Of Your Love

    7. Lover Man
    8. Ships Passing In The Night
    9. Fire
    10. Red House
    11. Lullaby For The Summer
    12. Crying Blue Rain
    Jimi Hendrix
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    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
  • The Impossible Kid The Impossible Kid Quick View

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    The Impossible Kid

    Green & Pink Neon Colored Vinyl


    Custom Die Cut Jacket


    3' x 4' Double Sided Fold Out Poster


    Two Illustrated Record Sleeves


    Indie-rap mainstay Aesop Rock has announced his new album, The Impossible Kid, dropping April 29th on Rhymesayers Entertainment, marking his first solo venture since 2012's Skelethon. On the new album, Aesop continues finding new ways to improve on the skills that have made him one of the kings of indie hip-hop. His creative process now includes a newfound willingness to open up about his personal life, going deep on topics like depression, his sometimes rocky relationship with his family, and the turbulent handful of years that culminated in Aesop leaving his adopted home of San Francisco to live in a barn out in the woods, where he recorded the foundations of The Impossible Kid. There's also moments of levity though, as Aesop taps into the funny side of his persona that he suppressed during the period where being taken as a serious lyricist was more of a priority. Like Skelethon, Aesop exercised complete creative control over every aspect of the album, from the production (which he handled himself, with instrumental help from Philly's Grimace Federation) to conceptualizing the cover art by his friend Alex Pardee.


    Though it's been four years since his last solo album, Aesop has maintained an impressive creative streak, releasing collaborative albums with Kimya Dawson (The Uncluded's Hokey Fright in 2013), with Rob Sonic (Hail Mary Mallon's Bestiary in 2014), and with Homeboy Sandman (LICE's self-titled EP in 2015). He's also been actively crafting beats. Recent projects include producing the 32+ minute instrumental mix, The Blob, working together with Nike to provide the music for a series of their skateboarding videos, and producing the soundtrack for the upcoming film Bushwick, starring Dave Bautista and Brittany Snow.


    He's also started skateboarding and drawing again, which were his big passions before his hobby of making rap songs turned into a paying gig that evolved into an accidental 20-year long career, taking him from making beats in his bedroom to playing for crowds thousands deep. Going back to his roots has proven useful in processing everything that's happened in his life over the past couple decades, and maybe to figure out the person he's become: The Impossible Kid, a person who's spent his life doing things that seemed unthinkable before he just went and did them, blazing a visionary trail all his own. Two decades in, he's still out there pushing it forward.

    1. Mystery Fish
    2. Rings
    3. Lotta Years
    4. Dorks
    5. Rabies
    6. Supercell
    7. Blood Sandwich
    8. Get Out of the Car
    9. Shrunk
    10. Kirby
    11. TUFF
    12. Lazy Eye
    13. Defender
    14. Water Tower
    15. Molecules
    Aesop Rock
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  • Nobody Knows Nobody Knows Quick View

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    Nobody Knows

    The last time I came across the Len Price 3 was in 2010 and this album give me about as much pleasure as that last one did - lots.


    If you were to define a 'London' sound of the sixties then this is it. There are echoes of The Kinks and The Who as well as later London bands like Madness but they are a quintessentially original outfit and there is nothing here that sniffs of copying.


    Their spare beat laden pop is wonderfully edgy, especially on the Farfisa laden 'Swing Like A Monkey' but the best of them is on tracks that echo the songs and the bands of the sixties, telling stories of grandparents and odd acquaintances. 'My Grandad Jim' - rocky garage punk telling a story of an old soldier seen through the eyes of a teenager. The gonzoid guitar break is worth the price of the album on its own. Or then there is 'Vultures' with its stomping Beatle-esque stomp and a very Kinks meets Small Faces sound: the horn break is magic.


    They can do the sad stuff too on tracks like 'Lonely': wistful and with harmonies that they heard on the West Coast it would make a great single.
    'Preying Mantis' is a stunning piece of garage punk, spare and harsh, the sound is pure beat era but the theme is as modern as tomorrow or as old as last week.
    'Medway Sun' is a real gem. Bucolic and wistful, definitely should be the pick for a single and definitely a theme for a forgotten part of the country.
    Final track 'The London Institute' has just about everything - redolent of youth and reminiscence and with a Who-like sound that sticks in the mind and takes you back to listen again and again.


    Every track has an identity and seems to reference a different element of the sixties sound but every track is also a tiny gem of music that can be held up to the light and marvelled at in its own right.


    The Len Price 3 are a truly fine band and deserve a greater audience - check them out and enjoy!


    - Andy Snipper (Music-News)

    1. Nobody Knows
    2. Swing Like A Monkey
    3. My Grandad Jim
    4. Lonely
    5. Preying Mantis
    6. Vultures
    7. Words Won't Come
    8. Wigmore Sisters
    9. Billy Manson
    10. Couldn't Get Much Worse
    11. Medway Sun
    12. Nobody Knows (reprise)
    13. The London Institute
    The Len Price 3
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  • The Satanist (Awaiting Repress) The Satanist (Awaiting Repress) Quick View

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    The Satanist (Awaiting Repress)


    Exclusive Bonus Track


    Double Gatefold Jacket


    24-Page LP Sized Book


    "The Satanist is magic. It's dangerous. It's adventurous, and it's organic," states Nergal, the driving force behind Behemoth since their inception in 1991, and brief exposure to the band's tenth album more than supports this statement. While instantly recognizable as the work of the Polish blackened death quartet it takes their sound in previously unimagined and riveting directions. A writhing, densely layered, brutally violent and sinister record, it is quite unlike anything ever unleashed within the canon of heavy music. As such it demands attention, offering ever greater sonic and emotional depths with every listen. "You may hear the title and think it's very primitive and one-dimensional, and yes it is, but when you look beyond that it's as primitive as it is complex and multidimensional, and that applies to everything about the record."


    It has been a rocky road leading to the realization of the album. Having dropped 2009s Evangelion to almost universal critical acclaim they saw it top the chart in their native country and dramatically expand their following around the world, and playing some of the best shows of their lives the band seemed truly unstoppable. But, in August 2010 Nergal was diagnosed with leukemia, stopping them in their tracks. Forced to abandon their ongoing tour in support of Evangelion Nergal was hospitalized, and both he and Behemoth faced an uncertain future. With the search for a bone marrow donor ultimately successful Nergal underwent a transplant, leaving the hospital after six months and beginning down the long road to rehabilitation. "I knew I was pretty much fucked and there was a battle to be won, and I had no fucking idea if it was going to take six months or twelve months or maybe four years, because with cancer you never know. I learned from being in the hospital that there are things in life that you can control and things that you can't control. The sooner you realize which is which it's going to make your life so much easier, and since then I started to focus on the right things. I could be determined, I could have discipline, I could have faith, but everything else is not under my control, and it really was a case of just crossing fingers for the best possible outcome. I was fortunate enough that that recovery period was relatively fast, and that I was really strong and very determined to get back into shape made a real difference."


    Rather than immediately getting down to working on a new album, the band - also comprised of drummer Inferno, bassist Orion, and guitarist Seth - set out to complete the abandoned touring cycle for Evangelion, hitting the road for the aptly titled Phoenix Rising Tour. Wanting to prove they were stronger than ever the first show was the only time doubts crept into Nergal's mind. "I was a fucking wreck, and I almost didn't make it to the end of the set. The venue was really smoky, and that was stuffing my nose and my lungs, and physically I felt that I couldn't pull it off. I did, but I was close to passing out on stage. I was literally shocked by this, I remember thinking while we were playing shit, what if I can't do this anymore? I'm just a human being after all. Going into the next show I had no sleep because of all the nerves and anxiety, but it was fucking amazing. With every following show I would get stronger and stronger and grow more confident, and aware of the fact that yes, we will do this."


    Having returned to full force the band were ready to once more move forward, and they began work on what would become The Satanist. While many bands might be concerned with how to follow up a record as devastatingly powerful - and successful - as Evangelion Nergal faced no such doubts. "I don't race myself, and I don't need to prove anything to anyone. Evangelion was a very important record to us, and yes, it was very successful too, but in making The Satanist it wasn't a point of beating that. The point was to do what was organic, and make a natural and honest and sincere album, and that's it. Now the record is finished I like to think of it as an album that is just so different that you can't really compare it to our previous works, which is the best outcome I could hope for." One thing is inarguable, and that is the record is the most sonically rich and complex released under the Behemoth name. With layer upon layer of sound it has great sonic density, but there is intricacy to this, and nothing is forced or contrived. "I don't have a kid but I think the process of raising one is comparable: you invest a lot of your energy and effort and wisdom and money and you educate them, but there's never a one hundred percent guarantee he's going to become a lawyer and not a serial killer. It's the same story with the records - we supply the elements but we just don't know how these elements mixed together are going to come out, and I think it's fortunate that we don't have one hundred percent control over it! It makes for something special."


    The title of the record itself is undeniable in its power, and Nergal sees it as capturing the primal wisdom that the band have always tried to maintain. "To me it's not pretentious at all. It's very straight up, very sincere, and a devastating, conquering statement. There's no compromise or bullshit or gimmicks. What I love about it is that it just speaks for itself. On one hand it's a very black and white title: The Satanist is like a fucking nail through the hand of Jesus Christ, period. No more, no less. But then again, as with everything else you put a hundred people together and ask them what the name The Satanist means to them and you're going to hear a hundred different opinions, which they can then discuss and fight over." Likewise, Nergal views the lyrical content of the record as similarly open to interpretation, encouraging this. "There's a lot of symbolism and reflections and impressions in there, and it's using millions of metaphors to express a certain very sinister and very captivating atmosphere, but there are no answers. People always like to have a deeper insight into what we do, but that's not what we want to give with this record. The way I see it is that between us we can make a huge fucking pyre and set the world on fire, but what we're doing is just giving you the matches, giving you the spark, what you want to do with it is up to you. Personally, if I sat down with the lyrics in front of me I too would probably come up with a lot of different interpretations and concepts, it's a never ending process, and that's exciting to me."


    Twenty-three years and ten albums into their career, that Behemoth is still in the ascendant is a statement to their commitment, determination and capacity for writing such powerful music. If ever a band was to go out on a high The Satanist would make for one hell of a swan song, but don't expect them to disappear any time soon. "I remember before we we had a record deal I was having a conversation with Baal, the band's original drummer, and we said okay, if one day we manage to record an album and put it out how cool would it be to split up right after that? It would be one record and no more, and there was something about that that had an appeal, but y'know what, it doesn't work like that for individuals like myself. Hunger has always driven me through life, and I can never sit in one place and relax for too long because I have the need to explore this whole universe in every possible way. Now, over two decades later it's the same story. I can tell you I have no problems with finishing my career after this record. Just say the title itself: The Satanist. How the fuck am I gonna beat that title? It sounds like the ultimate definition of our art - but then again, I remember that conversation with Baal, and I know it doesn't work like that, so I know there will probably be other incarnations of our artistic identity, one way or another. All I know is I love being here and now, and I just want to underline that I couldn't be more proud and happy with my own music. It really drives me through the day, and now I just want to sit back and hear any and all opinions of it."

    1. Blow Your Trumpets Gabriel
    2. Furor Divinus
    3. Messe Noire
    4. Ora Pro Nobis Lucifer
    5. Amen
    6. The Satanist
    7. Ben Sahar
    8. In the Absence ov Light
    9. O Father O Satan O Sun!
    Behemoth
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    Lust For Life

    Global superstar Lana Del Rey is set to release her 4th album 'Lust For Life' on vinyl via Interscope Records. 'Lust For Life' features collaborations with A$AP Rocky, Playboi Carti, Sean Ono Lennon, The Weeknd and Stevie Nicks. The body of work is created by Lana and her longtime producer and collaborator Rick Nowels. Includes the already-released singles 'Love' and 'Lust For Life.'
    1. Love
    2. Lust For Life (feat. The Weeknd)
    3. 13 Beaches
    4. Cherry
    5. White Mustang
    6. Summer Bummer (feat. A$AP Rocky And Playboi Carti)
    7. Groupie Love (feat. A$AP Rocky)
    8. In My Feelings
    9. Coachella - Woodstock In My Mind
    10. God Bless America - And All The Beautiful Women In It
    11. When The World Was At War We Kept Dancing
    12. Beautiful People Beautiful Problems (feat. Stevie Nicks)
    13. Tomorrow Never Came (feat. Sean Ono Lennon)
    14. Heroin
    15. Change
    16. Get Free
    Lana Del Rey
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  • The Music Is You: A Tribute To John Denver The Music Is You: A Tribute To John Denver Quick View

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    The Music Is You: A Tribute To John Denver

    15 years after his death and 40 years after the release of his widely beloved song "Rocky Mountain High," ATO Records celebrates John Denver's life and music with The Music Is You: A Tribute to John Denver. The album features covers of Denver's most popular songs by a diverse group of artists including Dave Matthews, My Morning Jacket, Train, Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros and many more. A portion of the proceeds will be benefit environmental initiatives in John's name.
    1. My Morning Jacket - Leaving on a Jet Plane
    2. Dave Matthews - Take Me to Tomorrow
    3. Kathleen Edwards - All of My Memories
    4. J. Mascis & Sharon Van Etten - Prisoners
    5. Train - Sunshine on My Shoulders
    6. Old Crow Medicine Show - Back Home Again
    7. Lucinda Williams - This Old Guitar
    8. Amos Lee - Some Days Are Diamonds
    9. Allen Stone - Rocky Mountain High
    10. Brett Dennen and Milow - Annie's Song
    11. Evan Dando - Looking for Space
    12. Emmylou Harris & Brandi Carlile - Take Me Home, Country Roads
    13. Blind Pilot - The Eagle and the Hawk
    14. Mary Chapin Carpenter - I Guess He'd Rather Be in Colorado
    15. Josh Ritter and Barnstar! - Darcy Farrow
    16. Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros - Wooden Indian
    Various Artists
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    Playboi Carti

    Playboi Carti is the eponymous debut commercial mixtape by American rapper Playboi Carti. It is set for release on vinyl via Interscope Records. The mixtape features guest appearances from Lil Uzi Vert, ASAP Rocky, and Leven Kali. It was supported by three singles - Lookin', wokeuplikethis* featuring Lil Uzi Vert and Magnolia, which has peaked at number 29 on the US Billboard Hot 100, becoming Carti's highest-charting single.
    1. Location
    2. Magnolia
    3. Lookin (feat. Lil Uzi Vert)
    4. wokeuplikethis* (feat. Lil Uzi Vert)

    5. Let It Go

    6. Half & Half
    7. New Choppa (feat. ASAP Rocky)
    8. Other Shit
    9. No. 9
    10. dothatshit!

    11. Lame Niggaz

    12. Yah Mean
    13. Flex (feat. Leven Kali)
    14. Kelly K
    15. Had 2
    Playboi Carti
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    Flower Boy

    Flower Boy is the fourth studio album by American rapper Tyler, The Creator. The album, which is his first under a major record label, is set for release on vinyl via Columbia Records. Although the album's production was handled entirely by Tyler, The Creator himself, it features guest vocals from a range of artists, including Frank Ocean, ASAP Rocky, Anna of the North, Lil Wayne, Kali Uchis, Steve Lacy, Estelle, Jaden Smith and Rex Orange County. The album has received widespread acclaim from critics and debuted at number two on the US Billboard 200.


    Flower Boy features the four singles: Who Dat Boy / 911, Boredom, I Ain't Got Time! and See You Again.

    LP 1
    1. Foreword (feat. Rex Orange County)
    2. Where This Flower Blooms (feat. Frank Ocean)
    3. Sometimes...
    4. See You Again (feat. Kali Uchis)
    5. Who Dat Boy (feat. ASAP Rocky)

    6. Pothole (feat. Jaden Smith)

    7. Garden Shed (feat. Estelle)


    LP 2
    1. Boredom (feat. Rex Orange County and Anna of the North)
    2. I Ain't Got Time!
    3. 911 / Mr. Lonely (feat. Frank Ocean and Steve Lacy)
    4. Droppin' Seeds (feat. Lil Wayne)

    5. November
    6. Glitter
    7. Enjoy Right Now, Today

    Tyler, The Creator
    $29.99
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  • The Light (Awaiting Repress) The Light (Awaiting Repress) Quick View

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    The Light (Awaiting Repress)

    Whether they move minds or bodies, Uncle Lucius is out to make music that can lift
    our spirits. And rock our souls.


    Though Austin roots band Uncle Lucius has worn a Southern rock tag for most of
    its 10-year existence, the band's fourth studio album, The Light, charts a course
    designed to convey just how vast that musical territory really is. The Light dips into
    regions where blues, R&B, jazz, soul, country and gospel took form, mapping a sound
    that captures the true meaning of Americana.


    Containing songwriting contributions from all four band members, The Light also
    seeks to illuminate a different landscape: the sometimes-rocky terrain of our hearts
    and minds. Tracked at Austin's Treefort Studios with producer George Reiff, these 12
    songs deliver what guitarist Mike Carpenter, a Houston native, likes to call "Southern
    rock for the thinking man. Rock 'n' roll for the soul."


    Lead singer, Kevin Galloway, admits his ultimate goal is to turn musical energy into
    a catalyst for humanity's evolution. This is music with depth, made by men given to
    truth seeking on levels both existential and literal.

    1. The Light
    2. Age of Reason
    3. Taking in the View
    4. Ourboros
    5. End of 118
    6. No Time Flat
    7. Wheel's in Motion
    8. Gulf Coast Gypsies
    9. Flood Then Fade Away
    10. Don't Own the Right
    11. Nothing to Save
    12. Someday is a Far Cry
    Uncle Lucius
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  • I'm Just Like You: Sly's Stone Flower 1969-70 I'm Just Like You: Sly's Stone Flower 1969-70 Quick View

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    I'm Just Like You: Sly's Stone Flower 1969-70

    Compilation And Notes By Alec Palao


    An Exclusive New Interview With Sly Stone Himself


    In-depth Liner Notes With First-hand Reminiscences Of The Stone Flower Era From Many Of The Participants


    Features All Five Stone Flower Produced Singles Plus Ten Previously Unissued Cuts From The Label Archives


    All Tracks Newly Remastered From The Original Tapes


    In 1970, The Family Stone were at the peak of their popularity, but the maestro Sly Stone had already moved his head to a completely different space. The first evidence of Sly's musical about-turn was revealed by the small catalog of his new label, Stone Flower: a pioneering, peculiar, minimal electro-funk sound that unfolded over just four seven-inch singles. Stone Flower's releases were credited to their individual artists, but each had Sly's design and musicianship stamped into the grooves-and the words "Written by Sylvester Stewart/Produced and arranged by Sly Stone" on the sticker.


    Set up by Stone's manager David Kapralik with distribution by Atlantic Records, Stone Flower was, predictably, a family affair: the first release was by Little Sister, fronted by Stone's little sister Vaetta Stewart. It was short lived too-the imprint folded in 1971-but its influence was longer lasting. The sound Stone formulated while working on Stone Flower's output would shape the next phase in his own career as a recording artist: it was here he began experimenting with the brand new Maestro Rhythm King drum machine. In conjunction with languid, effected organ and guitar sounds and a distinctly lo-fi soundscape, Sly's productions for Stone Flower would inform the basis of his masterwork There's A Riot Goin' On.


    The first 45 came in February 1970: Little Sister's dancefloor-ready "You're The One" hit Number 22 in the charts-the label's highest showing. The follow-up, "Stanga, also by Little Sister, made the wah pedal the star. The third release came from 6IX, a six-piece multi-racial rock group whose sole release, a super-slow version of The Family Stone's "Dynamite, featured only the lead singer and harmonica player from the group. Joe Hicks was the final Stone Flower stablemate; his pulsing, electronic Life And Death In G&A" is one of the bleakest moments Sly Stone ever created on disc (Hicks' prior single for Scepter, "Home Sweet Home," the first released Stone Flower production, is also included).


    This long overdue compilation of Sly's Stone Flower era gathers each side of the five 45s plus ten previously unissued cuts from the label archives, all newly remastered from the original tapes. In these grooves you'll find the missing link between the rocky, soulful Sly Stone of Stand! and the dark, drum machine-punctuated, overdubbed sound of There's A Riot Going On. I'm Just Like You: Sly's Stone Flower 1969-70 opens up the mysteries of an obscure but monumental phase in Stone's career.

    1. You're The One (Parts 1 & 2) - Little Sister
    2. Just Like A Baby - Sly
    3. Home Sweet Home (Part 2) - Joe Hicks
    4. I'm Just Like You
    5. Somebody's Watching You (full band version) - Little Sister
    6. Life & Death In G & A (Parts 1 & 2) - Joe Hicks
    7. Trying To Make You Feel Good
    8. Stanga - Little Sister
    9. Dynamite
    10. You're The One (early version) - Little Sister
    11. Africa - Sly
    12. I'm Goin' Home (Part 1) - Joe Hicks
    13. Somebody's Watching You - Little Sister
    14. You Can, We Can
    15. Spirit - Sly
    16. I'm Just Like You (full band version)
    17. Scared - Sly
    18. Dynamite (alternate version)
    Sly & The Family Stone
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