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  • Sabotage Sabotage Quick View

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    Sabotage is the sixth studio album by English rock band Black Sabbath, originally released in July 1975. It was recorded in the midst of litigation with their former manager Patrick Meehan and the stress that resulted from the band's ongoing legal woes infiltrated the recording process, inspiring the album's title. It was co-produced by guitarist Tony Iommi and Mike Butcher.

    1. Hole In The Sky
    2. Don't Start (Too Late)

    3. Symptom Of The Universe

    4. Megalomania

    5. The Thrill Of It All

    6. Supertzar
    7. Am I Going Insane (Radio)

    8. The Writ
    Black Sabbath
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
  • Fragments Of A Rainy Season Fragments Of A Rainy Season Quick View

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    Fragments Of A Rainy Season

    Fragments Of A Rainy Season is the first live John Cale album to feature him performing solo and "unplugged" - before that term became a mid-'90s buzzword. In contrast to the jaundiced punk truculence of Sabotage/Live (1979) or Even Cowgirls Get the Blues (1986), Fragments gives us Cale at his most melodic and moving, a mellowed and certainly a soberer man in a Yamamoto jacket and a lopsided haircut running through a selection of his prettiest songs.

    The album features incredible versions of 'Paris 1919,' 'Dying On The Vine,' 'Chinese Envoy,' cover versions of the Elvis classic 'Heartbreak Hotel,' his devastating treatment of Leonard Cohen's 'Hallelujah' and a suite of Dylan Thomas' works 'On A Wedding Anniversary,' 'Lie Still, Sleep Becalmed' and 'Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night.'

    LP 1
    1. On A Wedding Anniversary
    2. Lie Still, Sleep Becalmed
    3. Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night
    4. Cordoba
    5. Buffalo Ballet
    6. A Child's Christmas In Wales
    7. Darling I Need You
    8. Guts
    9. Ship Of Fools
    10. Leaving It Up To You

    LP 2
    1. The Ballad Of Cable Hogue
    2. Chinese Envoy
    3. Dying On The Vine
    4. Fear (Is A Man's Best Friend)
    5. Heartbreak Hotel
    6. Style It Takes
    7. Paris 1919
    8. (I Keep A) Close Watch
    9. Thoughtless Kind
    10. Hallelujah

    John Cale
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
  • Bestial Burden Bestial Burden Quick View

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    Bestial Burden

    Four days before New York noise musician Margaret Chardiet was supposed leave for her first European tour as Pharmakon, she had a medical emergency which resulted in a major surgery. Suddenly, instead of getting on a plane, she was bedridden for three weeks, missing an organ.

    "After seeing internal photographs taken during the surgery, I became hyperaware of the complex network of systems just beneath the skin, any of which were liable to fail or falter at any time," Chardiet said. "It all happened so fast and unexpectedly that my mind took a while to catch up to the reality of my recovery. I felt a widening divide between my physical and mental self. It was as though my body had betrayed me, acting as a separate entity from my consciousness. I thought of my corporeal body anthropomorphically, with a will or intent of its own, outside of my will's control, and seeking to sabotage. I began to explore the idea of the conscious mind as a stranger inside an autonomous vessel, and the tension that exists between these two versions of the self."

    Consumed by these ideas, and unable to leave her bed, Chardiet occupied herself by writing the lyrics and music that would become Bestial Burden, the second Pharmakon LP for Sacred Bones Records. The record is a harrowing collection of deeply personal industrial noise tracks, each one brimming with struggle and weighted with the intensity of Chardiet's internal conflict.

    1. Vacuum
    2. Intent Or Instinct
    3. Body Betrays Itself
    4. Primitive Struggle
    5. Autoimmune
    6. Bestial Burden
    Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
  • How To Die In The North How To Die In The North Quick View

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    How To Die In The North

    Lost treasure needn't be found in the distant past; the 21st century hides many artists who disappeared into the great wide yonder. BC Camplight is one such example. The alter-ego of American songwriter Brian Christinzio released albums in 2005 and 2007, both gems of a certain psych-pop vintage, combining eloquent songwriting with a self-destructive bent. Christinzio certainly knew it - he's described himself as, "the guy who blew it."

    But this sublime talent with the keening vocal and fearless approach to lyrical introspection has another chance. His new album 'How To Die In The North', recorded in his newly adopted home of Manchester, England, is a fantastically rich, stylistically diverse trip. From dramatic, layered pop to a haunted take on Sixties sunshine-pop, from blue-eyed soul to speedy surf-pop, from sparser piano balladry to psychedelic showstoppers and a grand finale that's part Nilsson and part Broadway showtune.

    Originally from New Jersey, Christinzio started playing piano aged just four, inspired by his mum's Jerry Lee Lewis and Nilsson records and his Dad's classical collection. Depression and crippling hypochondria clashed with captaining the football team and a penchant for boxing. Post-school, he fell in with people, "willing to go through shit to be a musician," which saw him relocate to Philadelphia where he occasionally played live with Philly faves The War On Drugs and guested on Sharon Van Etten's album 'Epic'.

    He's already done two sessions for long-term fan Marc Riley at BBC 6 Music, which featured Christinzio's band of Mancunians who he met at The Castle Hotel pub, a watering hole in the city centre particularly popular with musicians. Christinzio also heard John Grant's album on the jukebox there, which encouraged him to approach Bella Union. Grant's cocktail of depression and self-sabotage thwarted an outrageous talent, but he took his second chance. The same deserves to happen to Christinzio, a similarly outsize, sharp and funny personality with a non-conformist streak. Far from dying, BC Camplight has been reborn in the North!

    1. You Should've Gone To School
    2. Love Isn't Anybody's Fault
    3. Just Because I Love You
    4. Grim Cinema
    5. Good Morning Headache
    6. Thieves In Antigua
    7. Atom Bomb
    8. Lay Me On the Floor
    9. Why Doesn't Anybody Fall In Love Anymore
    BC Camplight
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  • We Sold Our Soul For Rock 'N' Roll (Out Of Stock) We Sold Our Soul For Rock 'N' Roll (Out Of Stock) Quick View


    We Sold Our Soul For Rock 'N' Roll (Out Of Stock)

    This is a super high quality and absolutely beautiful vinyl collector's edition re-issue of the 1975 Greatest Hits collection from the original forefathers of heavy metal, Black Sabbath. We Sold Our Soul for Rock 'n' Roll features the original lineup including Ozzy Osbourne on vocals and the songs are selected from the band's recordings up through 1975. While relying heavily on material from Black Sabbath, Paranoid, and Vol. 4, it also includes four tracks from Sabotage, Sabbath Bloody Sabbath and Master of Reality.
    1. Black Sabbath

    2. The Wizard

    3. Warning

    4. Paranoid

    5. War Pigs

    6. Iron Man

    7. Wicked World

    8. Tomorrow's Dream

    9. Fairies Wear Boots

    10. Changes

    11. Sweet Leaf

    12. Children of the Grave

    13. Sabbath Bloody Sabbath

    14. Am I Going Insane [Radio Edit]

    15. Laguna Sunrise

    16. Snowblind

    17. N.I.B.
    Black Sabbath
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Temporarily out of stock
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