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  • Scream / Scream 2 Soundtrack Scream / Scream 2 Soundtrack Quick View

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    Scream / Scream 2 Soundtrack

    Vinyl reissue compiling Academy-Award-nominated composer Marco Beltrami's scores for horror master Wes Craven's Scream (1996) and Scream 2 (1997) films on one LP.
    1. Sidney's Lament

    2. Altered Ego

    3. Trouble In Woodsboro

    4. A Cruel World

    5. Chasing Sidney

    6. NC-17

    7. Stage Fright Requiem

    8. Love Turns Sour

    9. Cici Creepies

    10. Deputy For A Friend

    11. Hollow Parting

    12. Dewpoint / Stabbed

    13. Hairtrigger Lunatic

    14. Sundown Search

    15. It's Over, Sid
    Marco Beltrami
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  • Scream For Me Sarajevo (Pre-Order) Scream For Me Sarajevo (Pre-Order) Quick View

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    Scream For Me Sarajevo (Pre-Order)

    Release Date: June 29, 2018*


    Sarajevo in 1994 was a city under siege. Mortars and grenades rained down on the city, killing indiscriminately every day. Amongst the madness, would it be possible to persuade a global rock star to come and play a show for local fans? Scream for Me Sarajevo is the soundtrack to the amazing and astonishing documentary film story of the most unlikely of rock concerts, performed by Bruce Dickinson and his band Skunkworks in 1994, in the midst of the Siege of Sarajevo. This is a film about extraordinary people defying the horrors of war, and the musicians who risked their lives to play a show for them.


    Featuring footage from the historic gig, the film also meets those that made it to the show and made the show happen; determined to keep living their lives despite the atrocities going on around them. Interviews with the band, crew and security bring home the reality of the situation that was not only dangerous, it was barbaric. "We weren't protected, there was no plan and the bullets were real, but fuck it, we went anyway" said Bruce in his recent best-selling autobiography What Does This Button Do?, "The gig was immense, intense and probably the biggest show in the world at that moment for the audience and for us. That the world didn't really know didn't matter. It changed the way I viewed life, death and other human beings".


    *Please note that release dates are subject to change.

    1. Change Of Heart
    2. Tears Of The Dragon
    3. Gods Of War
    4. Darkside Of Aquarius
    5. Navigate The Seas Of The Sun
    6. Road To Hell
    7. Arc Of Space
    8. Omega
    9. River Of No Return
    10. Power Of The Sun
    11. Strange Death In Paradise
    12. Inertia (Live)
    13. Acoustic Song
    14. Eternal
    Bruce Dickinson
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  • Screaming For Vengeance (Awaiting Repress) Screaming For Vengeance (Awaiting Repress) Quick View

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    Screaming For Vengeance (Awaiting Repress)

    Screaming for Vengeance on Numbered Limited Edition LP from Mobile Fidelity Silver Label


    Double-Platinum 1982 Blockbuster Remains Judas Priest's Most Commercially Successful LP


    Includes Electric Eye, Screaming for Vengeance, You've Got Another Thing Comin'


    Dual Magnesium-Burn Guitars, Leather-Tough Percussion, Molten-Hot Melodies Help Form Triangular Equilibrium of Speed, Accessibility, and Attitude


    Mastered on Mobile Fidelity's World-Renowned Mastering System and Pressed at RTI


    You've got another thing comin'! Distinguished by dual magnesium-burn guitars, leather-tough percussion, molten-hot melodies, and the unmistakable piercing falsetto of operatic vocalist, Screaming for Vengeance became the soundtrack to millions of music lovers' lives in the early 1980s as Judas Priest continued to lay waste to its contemporaries' softer, cheesier hard-rock styles. An effort on which precision-based speed, mainstream accessibility, and resilient attitude meet in triangular equilibrium, the 1982 set remains the British metal legends' top-selling record.


    Mastered on Mobile Fidelity's world-renowned mastering system and pressed at RTI, this Silver Series numbered limited edition LP shows off the grand intersection of daring adventure and commercial purpose achieved via ironclad production values and entrenched grooves. The latter particularly benefit from this analog pressing, as the group never overlooks the importance of rhythm and pace even when stoking tempos to engine-combusting levels. Leagues ahead of the sonics gracing its peers' albums from the time, the sense of balance, separation, and realism is on par with that of big-budget rock creations.


    Staked by the breakout "You've Got Another Thing Comin'," which burns white-hot with foot-pounding riffs, prize-fighting percussion, and singer Rob Halford's gun-for-hire blare, Screaming for Vengeance clutches hold of the jugular and doesn't let go. A return to the band's gritty, purist roots, the record revisits the themes of darkness, menace, and the unknown firmly established on the pioneering Stained Class and Killing Machine. Along with those albums, and British Steel, Screaming for Vengeance is the template for the catchy albeit uncompromisingly heavy crossover success Metallica, Megadeth, and Anthrax enjoyed years later.


    With the one-two opening tandem of the instrumental "The Hellion" and stomping "Electric Eye," overseen by Halford as if he's embodying the persona of a wicked James Bond villain, Priest sounds utterly futuristic and terrifying, the instruments seemingly on a swivel and the sawed-off tones flooding the guitar solos with intimidation. A classic head-out-to-the highway anthem ("Riding on the Wind"), a racing proto-thrash banger ("Screaming for Vengeance"), and a scorching exorcism ("Devil's Child") function as the metal-hued bolts that hold the foundations of this Top 20-charting benchmark in place.


    Perhaps more so here than on any other record, Priest spit-shines hooks and collusive six-string harmonic leads to perfection, giving listeners ying-yang doses of pain and pleasure, sweet and bitter. Songs at once invite sing-a-longs and fist-pumping responses. Screaming for Vengeance marked the last time Priest would sound this heavy in the 80s. No wonder it was voted the 12th best metal album of all time in Martin Popoff's definitive book of the same name.


    This title is not eligible for discount.

    1. The Hellion
    2. Electric Eye
    3. Riding on the Wind
    4. Bloodstone
    5. (Take These) Chains
    6. Pain and Pleasure
    7. Screaming for Vengeance
    8. You've Got Another Thing Comin'
    9. Fever
    10. Devil's Child
    Judas Priest
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  • Man With The Golden Arm Soundtrack (Pre-Order) Man With The Golden Arm Soundtrack (Pre-Order) Quick View

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    Man With The Golden Arm Soundtrack (Pre-Order)

    Import


    Limited Edition Of 750 Copies On 180-Gram Gold Colored Vinyl


    One of the finest jazz soundtracks to come out of the '50s, "The Man With The Golden Arm" is taken from the Otto Preminger film of the same name. Preminger was always very jazz influenced, and on this film he took his chances with Elmer Bernstein. The 1955 movie is about a former heroin addict, Frankie Machine (Frank Sinatra). For this movie, Elmer Bernstein composed perhaps the most brilliant jazz score. The drum, Frankie's own instrument, provides the rhythmic basis of the score. In the film's opening it's beat is alternately steady and agitated, just like Frankie's life; meanwhile, the brass screams and whirls out of control, mirroring Frankie's desperation as he runs off in search of one "last" fix

    1. Clark Street: The Top / Homecoming / Antek's
    2. Zosh
    3. Frankie Machine
    4. The Fix
    5. Molly
    6. Breakup: Flight / Louie's / Burlesque
    7. Sunday Morning
    8. Desperation
    9. Audition
    10. The Cure: Withdraw / Cold / Morning
    11. Finale
    Elmer Bernstein
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    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed PRE-ORDER Buy Now
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    Vanishing Point

    Vanishing Point is the fifth album from Primal Sream, originally released in 1997 and named after and inspired by the 1971 Richard C. Sarafian cult film of the same title. The songs were meant to be an alternative soundtrack to that movie and as lead singer Bobby Gillespie explained, the music in the film is hippy music and it's always been a favourite of the band, we love the air of paranoia and speed-freak righteousness: pure underground cinema, rammed with claustrophobia.


    Vanishing Point was Primal Scream's first album to feature bass player Gary 'Mani' Mounfield (formerly of The Stone Roses) while guests include Augustus Pablo, Glen Matlock and The Memphis Horns. The band draws inspiration from dub and Can, ambient music, Motörhead and The Stooges here to create a dark mix of drum and bass, dance, and rock close to their magnum opus Screamadelica. The album fully displays how successfully an act can reinvent itself yet stay true to what it is best at.


    LP1

    1. Burning Wheel
    2. Get Duffy
    3. Kowalski
    4. Star
    5. If They Move, Kill 'Em
    6. Out Of The Void


    LP2
    1. Stuka
    2. Medication
    3. Motörhead
    4. Trainspotting
    5. Long Life

    Primal Scream
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  • Litmus Litmus Quick View

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    Litmus

    The Anthology Surf Archive series proudly presents the twentieth anniversary edition of the soundtrack to Andrew Kidman's groundbreaking 1996 film, Litmus. Contributions from Galaxie 500, Yothu Yindi and The Screaming Orphans accompanied by a distinctly 90s slacker score from Kidman's The Val Dusty Experiment have earned the soundtrack a mythos within and outside of the surf circuit.
    1. Rain - By The Val Dusty Experiment
    2. Wayne Lynch Quote - By Wayne Lynch
    3. Gapu - By Yothu Yindi
    4. Listen the Snow is Falling - By Galaxie 500
    5. Derek Hynd Quote - By Derek Hynd
    6. Mo Walker - By The Val Dusty Experiment
    7. Cow - By The Val Dusty Experiment
    8. Time - By The Val Dusty Experiment
    9. Black is the Colour - By The Screaming Orphans
    10. Joel Fitzgerald Quote - By Joel Fitzgerald
    11. Green Hornet - By The Val Dusty Experiment
    12. Fire Jam - By Tom Curren
    13. Elizabeth - By Rosie Sutherland
    14. Dump Swimming - By Jon Frank and The Val Dusty Experiment
    15. Hawaiian Surf Forecast - By The Val Dusty Experiment
    16. Riding the Wind - By Kevin Baker and The Val Dusty Experiment
    Andrew Kidman
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  • Frownland Limited Edition Frownland Limited Edition Quick View

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    Frownland Limited Edition

    Ronald Bronstein describes his extraordinary film as a brown tomato lobbed with spazmo aim at the spotless surface of the silver screen. Frownland has garnered passionate raves and scathing denunciation. Screenings have ended in screaming matches. None of Frownland's reputation does justice to its savage dark humor, emotional heft and stylistic audacity. Frownland is a character study of Keith, a neurotic, manipulative, unlovable New Yorker. Keith lurches his way through an uncaring city, attempting to aid a suicidal friend, evict his roommate, and attain some self-respect.
    1.Au hasard Frankenstein
    2.Splutterings of the Insufferable Troll
    3.Sickdork
    4.Writhing in Goop
    5.Can't Stop the Monster
    6.Impossible Piece of Shit
    7.Game Over, Creep!
    8.Barbarian at the Gate I
    9.Barbarian at the Gate II
    10._
    11.Dis 'n Truss
    12.Cherry Everything
    13.The Lites of Tinnitus
    Frownland
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    Stiff

    Three years on from their critically acclaimed "barbeque" record Corsicana Lemonade, White Denim are back with more than just a new album to commemorate. Their sixth record, Stiff - out 25 March 2016 via Downtown/Sony Red - is a return to the Austin quartet's frenetic rock band roots, and is both a jubilant thrill ride and joyous celebration of their past ten years. Heading into the studio with an external producer to oversee a whole album for the first time - and even writing a tune with Cass McCombs ('Thank You') - the band teamed up with the legendary Ethan Johns (Paul McCartney, Laura Marling, The Staves) to produce their first truly live record, one teeming with a cool '70s undertow, tumultuous riffs and a feverish energy that's resulted in arguably some of their biggest and brawniest songs to date.


    With drummer Joshua Block and guitarist Austin Jenkins now pursuing other production ventures, vocalist/guitarist James Petralli and bassist Steve Terebecki spent a long time reassessing exactly what White Denim meant to them. "The big thing for Steve and I was trying to define what made us want to keep going," Petralli explains of the album's early days. "What's our partnership about? What's cool about this? We learnt a lot making D and Corsicana Lemonade. We wanted to take some of those lessons and apply it back to our original mission statement. We were trying to get back to some of the things that made us excited about the band in the first place."


    Opener 'Had 2 Know (Personal)' is the embodiment of that mission statement. Described by Petralli as "a reassertion of our initial intent to make songs that satisfy our urge to play fast", it sets the tone brilliantly for the bulk of Stiff, right from its idiosyncratic, Red Krayola-sampling beginning to its huge, golden era chorus. While it remains distinctively White Denim, there's a reinvigoration permeating through its riffs via new guitarist Jonathan Horne and a beefed-up rhythm section thanks to the work of new drummer Jeffrey Olson. Every single high octane turn - from the tremendously fun 'Ha Ha Ha Ha (Yeah)' to the outrageously shredding 'Holda You (I'm Psycho)' - sounds like a band re-energised and revitalised, resulting in what Petralli describes as a "high heat, high energy, good times record". Having previously sold out Shepherd's Bush Empire and having toured with Tame Impala and Arctic Monkeys, Stiff is full to the brim with songs that sound ready to now lift White Denim to similar heights.


    For the most part, Stiff is an album crammed with adrenaline-fuelled sing-alongs that show off the band's staple technical abilities. But it's also one that sees some new shades that they've developed along the way, too. Citing new wave and the razor-sharp pop punk of Buzzcocks as influences this time round, there's an addictive Elvis Costello circa This Year's Model quality to 'Real Deal Momma', a tune that highlights the band's love for hummable synthesisers and curious, affecting oddities. Then there's the cow bell calm and backing vocals laden brilliance of 'I'm The One (Big Big Fun)', that along with 'Take It Easy (Ever After Lasting Love)' (a song Petralli says "wants to be on a collection of doo wop songs written in 2016") shows a softer and more intricate side to the band while fully emphasising Petralli's vocal excellence.


    Of the artwork - which was created by collagist Eugenia Loli - was inspired and worked from the band's previous album covers and videos as a visual template. Ultimately, it's a fleeting visit to a place the band have been before, with the covers of Workout Holiday and D being collages too. Stiff was even originally stylised 'Stif', which when spelt backwards spells out the title of their second full-length Fits. Then there's 'Mirrored In Reverse', a nod to the Fits track 'Mirrored And Reverse'. "I mean, we're ten!" Petralli says in disbelief while explaining all of the record's throwbacks. "We did think about naming this record Ten and referencing the Pearl Jam cover!"


    Recorded with nothing but equipment that Petralli describes as being "past a certain point in the '70s", he explains that Stiff is an album made "entirely the old way". "It was tracked live to 16-track tape with very little overdubs," he says. "It was very hardcore record making - traditional in every aspect." Recorded with Ethan Johns in Asheville, North Carolina over a twenty-day period, Petralli and the band had an intense but deeply educational time with Johns. "It was really cool. The guy had these stories that were just unbelievable. He started talking about playing with Jimmy Page when he was a kid, and he lived in the studio where The Rolling Stones and The Faces would just hang out. Having Ethan in the room pushing us really made it more of an 'in the moment' and a visual thing. Capturing live performances is what he does really well."


    To make things even more celebratory, there was an extra ten day stint spent with go-to White Denim man Jim Vollentine, who Petralli describes as "my guy, man". He continues: "we've made a lot of records together now. When we left the studio in Asheville with Ethan, we thought we gotta work on this record some more, you know? Though it was really just mixing, which we did with respect to Ethan's arrangements and his recording. I feel like I really haven't made anything like this before."


    Ultimately, Stiff is the sound of a band finding their feet again and having the time of their lives. It's a record that refuses to buckle under the pressures of life, instead offering up a soundtrack to sing, dance, shout and scream along to. As a White Denim album, it's a joyride through the past ten years of the band's idiosyncratic catalogue while simultaneously pushing things further forward into new territories. "It's similar to our first record [Workout Holiday] in that we found the initial energy and just went with that," Petralli says of the initial studio spark that started it all. "We thought, what's the fundamental thing that made us want to get into a van and quit our terrible jobs and start this whole thing in the first place? And it was loud, fast-playing, rock and roll."

    1. Had 2 Know (Personal)
    2. Ha Ha Ha Ha (Yeah)
    3. Holda You (I'm Psycho)
    4. There's a Brain in My Head
    5. Take It Easy (Ever After Lasting Love)
    6. (I'm the One) Big Big Fun
    7. Real Deal Momma
    8. Mirrored in Reverse
    9. Thank You
    White Denim
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  • Litmus / Glass Love Litmus / Glass Love Quick View

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    Litmus / Glass Love

    As part Anthology Recordings' Surf Archive series, we celebrate the soundtracks to Andrew Kidman's classic 1996 film Litmus alongside his 2006 follow up Glass Love. By the early '90s, surfing was on an upswing in popularity as professional surfers became marketable athletes. The three-fin, high performance, "thruster" shortboard was the tool of choice, lending to a fast-paced slashing style and ultimately a more aggressive "surf and destroy" movement in board culture. Litmus, Andrew Kidman's first avant-garde surf film, served as a soulful reaction to the pop-punk progression that dominated the "alternative" mainstream. Prior to filming Litmus, Kidman's band, The Val Dusty Experiment, recorded a total of thirty-five songs in one day. The outcome of the "one-and-done sessions was a lo-fi, rustic, experimental rock 'n' roll sound, adding a rough-around-the-edges ambiance to the surf scenes that span Ireland, Australia, California, and South Africa. Additional contributions from Galaxie 500, Yothu Yindi and The Screaming Orphans diversify the score. Litmus was a defining moment in surf filmmaking -- it sparked an open-minded retro-progressive movement as surfers formed a higher consciousness about the types of boards they were riding and why. Kidman released his second film, Glass Love, ten years later. As with Litmus, the music came first; Kidman felt his songwriting was ready to take on a new life. Thanks in part to Litmus, experimentation in board design progressed as surfers became more contemplative, questioning, 'is surfing art or sport?' Glass Love and its soundtrack highlights this mindset and time period, creating an extra dimension to surfing that is still prevalent today.
    Litmus
    1. Rain - By The Val Dusty Experiment
    2. Wayne Lynch Quote - By Wayne Lynch
    3. Gapu - By Yothu Yindi
    4. Listen the Snow is Falling - By Galaxie 500
    5. Derek Hynd Quote - By Derek Hynd
    6. Mo Walker - By The Val Dusty Experiment
    7. Cow - By The Val Dusty Experiment
    8. Time - By The Val Dusty Experiment
    9. Black is the Colour - By The Screaming Orphans
    10. Joel Fitzgerald Quote - By Joel Fitzgerald
    11. Green Hornet - By The Val Dusty Experiment
    12. Fire Jam - By Tom Curren
    13. Elizabeth - By Rosie Sutherland
    14. Dump Swimming - By Jon Frank and The Val Dusty Experiment
    15. Hawaiian Surf Forecast - By The Val Dusty Experiment
    16. Riding the Wind - By Kevin Baker and The Val Dusty Experiment


    Glass Love
    1. If They Only Knew
    2. Mama, You Been on My Mind
    3. Light Inside of You
    4. Moonshiner
    5. Flowers in the Wind
    6. Narrabeen
    7. The Dice Already Thrown
    8. Opus
    9. Blood on Your Shadow

    Andrew Kidman
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  • Charlie Is My Darling: Ireland 1965 Charlie Is My Darling: Ireland 1965 Quick View

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    Charlie Is My Darling: Ireland 1965

    ABKCO Films presents a meticulously restored and full-realized version of this first-ever, legendary, but never released film. Shot during a quick tour of Ireland just weeks after (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction hit #1 on the charts, The Rolling Stones Charlie Is My Darling - Ireland is an intimate, behind-the-scenes diary of life on the road with the young Stones. It features the first professionally filmed concert performances of the band and documents the early frenzy of their fans and the riots the band's appearances inspired. The band is shown traveling through the Irish countryside by train; dashing from cabs to cramped, basement dressing rooms through screaming hordes of fans. Motel rooms host impromptu songwriting sessions and familiar classics are heard in their infancy as riff and lyric are united. Charlie Is My Darling is the invaluable frame that captures the spark about to combust into The Greatest Rock and Roll Band in the World!


    Features:

    Blu-ray & DVD: 2012 Film, original director's cut, original producers cut, and bonus restoration piece

    CD Soundtrack with 22 tracks

    Bonus CD with 13 unreleased live performances

    10 Vinyl with 13 unreleased live performances

    40-page book with unseen photos, essays and newspaper articles

    Replica tour poster

    Numbered, Limited Edition Enlarged Film Cell in 200+ variations

    Disc 1 - DVD: Ireland 1965
    1. I Just Like Him
    2. Airport
    3. The Creatures
    4. Backstage
    5. The Last Time
    6. Time Is On My Side
    7. I'm Alright
    8. Premature Evacuation
    9. Sitting On A Fence
    10. Sea Is On the Right
    11. The Pied Piper
    12. All of It's Acting, Really
    13. Salty Dog
    14. Everybody Needs Somebody / Pain In my Heart
    15. Around & Around
    16. (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction
    17. We'll Turn The Screaming Down
    18. Elvis Is In the Room
    19. Going Home
    20. I'd Much Rather Be With the Boys / Final Credits
    Producer's Cut
    21. Opening Credits and Meeting the Band
    22. Airport
    23. Ireland and the Fans
    24. Backstage
    25. The Last Time
    26. I'm Alright & Riot
    27. The Train
    28. Family Portrait
    29. Always the Stones
    30. Priest and The Poor Boy
    31. The Band Interview
    32. Elvis Room
    33. Going Home
    34. Credits
    Director's Cut
    35. Opening Credits & Meeting the Band
    36. Airport & Ireland
    37. Backstage
    38. Fans
    39. Salty Dog
    40. The Last Time
    41. I'm Alright & Riot
    42. The Train
    43. The Band Interviews
    44. The Elvis Room
    45. The Mick Jagger Interview
    46. Going Home
    47. End Credits
    48. Charlie Is My Darling Restoration Piece


    Disc 2 - Blu-Ray Disc: Ireland 1965
    1. I Just Like Him
    2.Airport
    3. The Creatures
    4. Backstage
    5. The Last Time
    6. Time Is On My Side
    7. I'm Alright
    8. Premature Evacuation
    9. Sitting On A Fence
    10. Sea Is On the Right
    11. The Pied Piper
    12. All of It's Acting, Really
    13. Salty Dog
    14. Everybody Needs Somebody / Pain In my Heart
    15. Around & Around
    16. (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction
    17. We'll Turn The Screaming Down
    18. Elvis Is In the Room
    19. Going Home
    20. I'd Much Rather Be With the Boys / Final Credits
    Producer's Cut
    21. Opening Credits and Meeting the Band
    22. Airport
    23. Ireland and the Fans
    24. Backstage
    25. The Last Time
    26. I'm Alright & Riot
    27. The Train
    28. Family Portrait
    29. Always the Stones
    30. Priest and The Poor Boy
    31. The Band Interview
    32. Elvis Room
    33. Going Home
    34. Credits
    Director's Cut
    35. Opening Credits & Meeting the Band
    36. Airport & Ireland
    37. Backstage
    38. Fans
    39. Salty Dog
    40. The Last Time
    41. I'm Alright & Riot
    42. The Train
    43. The Band Interviews
    44. The Elvis Room
    45. The Mick Jagger Interview
    46. Going Home
    47. End Credits
    48. Charlie Is My Darling Restoration Piece


    Disc 3 - CD Soundtrack:
    1. Play With Fire
    2. Heart of Stone
    3. Who Do You Like In the Group?
    4. The Last Time (live)
    5. Time Is On My Side (live)
    6. I'm Alright (live)
    7. The Next House We'll Turn the Screaming Down
    8. Theme For a Rolling Stone
    9. Nice Tea
    10. Maybe It's Because I'm A Londoner
    11. Play With Fire (mono)
    12. Tell Me
    13. Heart of Stone
    14. Are You Going To the Show?
    15. Everybody Needs Somebody To Love (live)
    16. Pain In My Heart (live)
    17. Blue Turns To Grey
    18. Subconsciously Supernatural
    19. (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction
    20. The Moon In June
    21. (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction (live)
    22. Goin' Home


    Disc 4 & 5 (CD & 10 vinyl)
    1. Show Intro
    2. Everybody Needs Somebody To Love
    3. Pain In My Heart
    4. Down the Road A Piece
    5. Time Is On My Side
    6. I'm Alright
    7. Off the Hook
    8. Charlie's Intro To Little Red Rooster
    9. Little Red Rooster
    10. Route 66
    11. I'm Moving On
    12. The Last Time
    13. Everybody Needs Somebody To Love (Finale)

    The Rolling Stones
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  • Boy King Boy King Quick View

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    Boy King

    Wild Beasts have announced their new album Boy King, their most direct and vital collection to date.

    Where 2014's Present Tense album found Wild Beasts in reflective mood, absorbing a fascination with
    online culture and electronic music, Boy King has them, as Tom Fleming puts it, "back to being pissed
    off". The quartet's ever-present knack for sensual melody via Hayden Thorpe and Fleming's dueting
    vocals, Ben Little's sinuous guitar groove and Chris Talbot's potent rhythm section carries in Boy King an
    aggressive, snarling and priapic beast that delves into the darker side of masculinity and Thorpe's own
    psyche. As Hayden himself says, "After five records there had to be an element of 'what the fuck?'".


    A newfound creative friction between Thorpe and Fleming proved key to unleashing the unique pop
    sensibility of Boy King - Fleming's more visceral experimentation unlocking new dimensions in Thorpe's
    own writing. After spending a whole year finessing this new found impetus in East London, the band
    emerged with a collection of songs ready to take to Dallas, TX and producer John Congleton (St.
    Vincent, Swans, The War on Drugs). Both Thorpe and Fleming credit that trip to Dallas with teasing out
    the raw power of Boy King.


    The raw pop of Boy King's songs are the perfect foil to Thorpe's libidinous lyricism: "it became apparent
    that that guitar almost became the character within the songs, that phallic character, the all-conquering
    male," he says. "I'm letting my inner Byron fully out, I thought I'd tucked him away, but he came
    screaming back like the Incredible Hulk." Here lies Boy King's greatest success. Between the slide of
    prowling aggression and interior darkness, there are glorious, gorgeous moments. It's yet another
    incomparable Wild Beasts record; a visceral, sensual and jolting body of work that acts as a remarkable
    soundtrack to the early 21st century male malaise.

    1. Big Cat
    2. Tough Guy
    3. Alpha Female
    4. Get My Bang
    5. Celestial Creatures
    6. 2BU
    7. He The Colossus
    8. Ponytail
    9. Eat Your Heart Out Adonis
    10. Dreamliner
    Wild Beasts
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    Forestelevision

    Lesbian are a peculiar band, and not just in name alone. This Seattle-based four piece is one of the more eclectic acts to grace progressive metal, touting influences based in doom metal, 70s prog rock, black metal, and grunge. Combining all these seemingly disparate elements together may seem like an absurd task, but when psychedelics are involved, anything is possible. The group's latest effort explores these sounds and more in the course of a single forty minute track, Forestelevision.


    Forestelevision is as suitable a title as any considering the structure and content that lies within. Lesbian shuffle through genres and moods as if flipping through channels while doped out on cough syrup. ADD applied to metal has allowed for the creation of some very off-the-wall music, but few approach this attention deficit as slowly evolving as Lesbian. At a whopping 44 minutes, Forestelevision crawls and plods along throughout a myriad of vignettes and experimentation in a way that is as challenging as it is awe-inspiring. Typically, spoiler alerts don't apply to music. However, given the nature of Forestelevision, the surprises that may lie around the corner upon first listen can make for an exhilarating experience. Going in blind yields the best results, but for those in need of more convincing may read on.


    The album first opens to trudging doom metal riffs with vocals bringing to mind the likes of a young Ihsahn before giving way to riffing not out of place on a King Crimson record. These motifs continue to grow and change form through solos and synth leads in epic fashion. It isn't until halfway through Forestelevision when the band picks up considerable speed and begins to sound like something in the realm of post-blackened thrash before bottoming out again in a breakdown not unheard of from death metal greats Suffocation.


    And this is just the tamer side of the group. Things get downright bizarre in the album's second climactic half. Following a barrage of math rock, sludge, and oddball soundtrack work that would expect to hear in an episode of Scooby-Doo, the band pulls off a shockingly convincing King Diamond impression almost out of nowhere, falsetto screams and power metal galloping riffs included. The band closes the show in an explosive crescendo of tremolo picked power chords and blasts of cymbals. Even with the considerable length, the fact that the band were able to make such a strange transformation from bleak doom to triumphant classic metal feel so natural is deserving of praise.


    As excessive or self-indulgent as Forestelevision may seem, the ideas explored within are often captivating and epic as much as they are crushing and brutal. This is a culmination of all the insanity found throughout rock and metal condensed into a single epic track, and on more than one occasion can elicit a mouthing of "what the fuck am I listening to?" Those with enough patience to sit through Forestelevision will be left confused and disoriented, but compelled enough to go back for a second helping.

    1. Forestelevision
    Lesbian
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    Hell Chose Me (Awaiting Repress)

    Colored Vinyl!


    Derived from the Old English word for "executioner," Carnifex's moniker could not be more appropriate. It's a word that reeks of death and destruction from the Dark Ages to describe a fiercely morbid death metal band. It's hard to imagine that San Diego, known for its white sand beaches, endless sunny days and astronomical real estate, is also home to the brutal beat down that is Carnifex.


    In 2008, the band proudly delivered their first Victory Records album to the metal masses. Intriguing and armed to the teeth with an arsenal of blast beats, machine gun riffs and vocals exorcised from the deepest pits of hell, The Diseased and the Poisoned is the soundtrack to your worst nightmare.


    It's 2010 follow-up for the label, Hell Chose Me, however, saw the band take an even darker and more blasphemous approach to their already visceral sound. Blood curdling screams, guttural growls, bottom heavy baselines, and razor-sharp guitar riffs make for what is some of the band's darkest and most brutal work to date. Colored vinyl pressing from Victory Records.


     

    1. Hell Chose Me

    2. Dead Archetype

    3. Entombed Monarch

    4. Names Mean Nothing

    5. Heartless

    6. Sorrowspell

    7. The Scope of Obsession

    8. By Darkness Enslaved

    9. The Liar's Funeral

    10. Genocide Initiative

    11. Angel Of Death
    Carnifex
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    Love From With The Dead

    With the Dead - Love From With the Dead


    Doom is all around us. The optimism of a new millennium has steadily disintegrated. The light at the end of the tunnel turned out to be a burning tower block and the powers-that-be are dancing in the smouldering ruins. Humanity is eating itself and we're all terminally fucked. As a result, it makes perfect sense that the emergence of British doom metal mavens With The Dead would strike a dissonant chord with so many people. Formed in 2014 by former Cathedral/Napalm Death frontman and Rise Above Records boss Lee Dorrian and ex-Electric Wizard/Ramesses bassisit/guitarist Tim Bagshaw, the band coalesced in a monetary burst of spontaneity and shared fury, resulting in the release of their eponymous debut album in 2015: one of that year's most widely acclaimed releases and a welcome shot in the arm for fans of merciless, unrelenting sonic despair.


    "We were very happy with the way the first album was received," says Lee. "To be honest, there were no real expectations with the first LP. It's hard to explain. We just got together and did it. There was no big anticipation. We knew it was going to be well received by certain people, just because of the sheer heaviness of it, but we didn't think it would get the reaction it did. It sold really well and got a good response all around. It came together so strangely and so fast. We hadn't gone round, sweating in the clubs, although we've all done that previously. The record came out on Rise Above so it was easy and there were no demands from anyone except ourselves. The important thing is, we didn't want it to be seen as some novelty project band."


    Hell-bent on staking a further claim to be doom metal's most intense and remorseless practitioners, With The Dead have now completed work on their second album, Love From With The Dead. Comprising tracks recorded during two separate sessions with celebrated studio guru Jaime Gomez Arellano, the new material represents the first fruits of the band's recently retooled line-up. Joining Lee and Tim are bassist Leo Smee and drummer Alex Thomas, who replaces the departed Mark Greening. As Lee explains, the band's new incarnation generated great chemistry from the start.


    "Tim came over from New Jersey, where he still lives, and we booked four nights' rehearsals with Leo and Alex to see how it was going to work. Literally, on the first night, they had the whole set nailed within three or four hours. It sounded better than ever before, too. So the next three nights were pointless and we didn't need them, so we spent the time going over ideas for new songs and by the end we had four brand new songs. It was crazy. Then we thought 'While Tim's over, let's go in the studio and record them ' Luckily, Gomez was free and we went over to his studio and recorded the four new tracks, they're the last four on the album, and it was all done just like that. The other three tracks were recorded nearly a year later, again with just one night's rehearsal. It was all done super quick."


    For those who flinched at the sheer, unforgiving brutality of With The Dead's first record, the songs on Love From With The Dead are liable to cause major emotional trauma. Darker, denser, more despondent and sickeningly heavy in numerous senses of the word, this is an album that re-establishes doom as a genre that embraces the extreme and not just some cosy, nostalgic reimagining of the early '70s. From opener Isolation's slithering howl of torment and the crushing, schizophrenic barrage of Egyptian Tomb through to the expansive, drone-driven horrors of the closing CV1 (a mournful lament to Lee Dorrian's home city of Coventry that features a guest appearance by home-town comrade and electro-noise maverick Russell Haswell), Love From With The Dead grimly extinguishes the light of hope and hammers home the hatred and futility that plagues our brief and brittle lives.


    "The thinking was that the first LP was meant to be the heaviest we could possibly make, but then what do you next?" Lee muses. "Well, the only thing you can do is make the next one even heavier. So that was the ambition and the intention, to make it even more crushing. But to be able to do that you have to be crushed yourself. This last couple of years have been quite soul-destroying. There's been a lot of personal shit going on, and during this whole process so much fucking bad shit has happened in my personal life and other people's personal lives. Everything you hear on this LP, the angst is very real. I've never felt so disillusioned with life and the world around me, not since the first Cathedral album!"


    Irrefutable evidence that With The Dead are a formidable and substantial proposition, the quartet's second album could hardly provide a more apposite soundtrack to the deeply fucked up and irrevocably dysfunctional state of the world in 2017. Both a fine example of the simple, savage power of the riff and an authentic outpouring of anger, bitterness, bile and vivid existential dread, it is the living, breathing, screaming embodiment of heaviness itself. Cometh the hour, cometh the bringers of doom


    "I'm 50 next year and you're supposed to mellow out when you get older, but why?" Lee asks. "I don't feel like mellowing out. The world's getting worse, the atmosphere is getting heavier, people treat each other like shit and there's so much negativity, how are you supposed to chill out when all that's going on? I'm in a privileged position to be able to be in a band like this, so why fuck around? The band's called With The Dead and it's a doom band, why would you want to mellow out? It's got to be pure nihilism or nothing."


    Dom Lawson, July 2017.

    1. Isolation
    2. Egyptian Tomb
    3. Reincarnation of Yesterday
    4. Cocaine Phantoms
    5. Watching the Ward Go By
    6. Anemia
    7. CV1
    With The Dead
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    Field Of Reeds

    With their risky third album, These New Puritans abandoned the angular dance-punk of Beat Pyramid and the gloomy electronic beats of Hidden to reinvent themselves once again for Field of Reeds, a record as indebted to classical scores and avant-garde jazz as rock. Taking a hands-off, live approach to the recording process, and allowing open space and emptiness to take precedence over beats, the music has a disturbing, dystopian feel to it, swinging from detached to nightmarish before resolving into something lovingly tranquil. Some of the best songs, like Fragment 2, V (Island Song), and Spiral (which sounds like a fever-dream version of Björk and Thom Yorke's I've Seen It All duet from the Dancer in the Dark soundtrack), thrive in this push and pull between atonal dissonance and sheer beauty. Even These New Puritans' most stark numbers, while often lacking a concrete backbeat or definitive structure, are bursting with details and ideas. Ambient textures, constructed from melancholic horns and eerie analog synthesizer tones, add a wavering undercurrent that is often hair-raising and haunting. The production is equally unconventional. After writing the material in Essex and Amsterdam, Jack Barnett fleshed out the parts with his brother George and Tom Hein before recording in London, Gloucester, and Berlin with new honey-voiced Portuguese singer Elisa Rodrigues, utilizing an unusual magnetic resonator piano and meticulously detailing the songs with field recordings, including breaking glass and the screaming of an actual hawk. This perfectionism, present in the sonics and in the complex arrangements, makes Field of Reeds the most challenging title in their catalog and also the most groundbreaking.


    - Jason Lymangrover (All Music Guide)

    1. This Guy's In Love With You
    2. Fragment Two
    3. The Light In Your Name
    4. V (Island Song)
    5. Spiral
    6. Organ Eternal
    7. Nothing Else
    8. Dream
    9. Field of Reeds
    These New Puritans
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    London Zoo

    In Gibson's Neuromancer, when Case and Molly meet the two surviving founders of Zion, there is talk of hearing a mighty dub in the Babel of tongues signaling the final days. If indeed we're living in these end times, as many predict, then there can be no more of an appropriate soundtrack for the coming apocalypse than The Bug's London Zoo.


    The Bug is the main project for Kevin Martin, a producer who has headed a diverse range of projects. He is part of Techno Animal, Ice, and God (all with Justin Broadrick of Godflesh and Jesu), King Midas Sound, Razor X Productions (with The Rootsman), Pressure, and Ladybug; runs his Pathological Records label; and has collaborated with noise jazz outfit 16-17, Pete Sonic Boom Kemper's E.A.R. project, John Zorn, Kevin Shields, El-P, and the Antipop Consortium. He has recorded for Rephlex, Position Chrome/Mille Plateaux, Word Sound, Hyperdub, City Slang, Tigerbeat 6, Grand Royal, and now Ninja Tune. He has been personally asked to remix Thom Yorke, Grace Jones, Einsturzende Neubauten, and Primal Scream, and compiled jazz and dub compilations for Virgin Records. London Zoo is the fruition of all these activities.


    The album was born of three key moments: an introduction to the thriving dubstep scene (of which The Bug is very much a pioneer from before it carried a name) and its key producers (via Kode 9 and Loefah) where Martin realized there were others on the same sonic trajectory as himself; an introduction to Warrior Queen via his work with Wayne Lonesome on the Razor X Productions project; and a Mary Anne Hobbs Breezeblock session which introduced him to Flowdan (Roll Deep) and Ricky Ranking. All three of these figure heavily in the end result and live presentation.


    The obvious entry point to the album is the dubstep tag, particularly after the success of the three lead-up singles, but London Zoo clearly reaches past, brings together, and celebrates reference points from dancehall, grime, hip-hop, and noise-- it could have only come out of London sound-system culture, while its appeal spans cities and scenes.


    From the opening strains of Angry (featuring reggae legend Tippa Irie) it's clear that the world has been served notice from the heart of the UK capital. The message is further strengthened as Ranking (best known for his work with Roots Manuva), Flowdan, Warrior Queen, Spaceape, Roger Robinson, Killa P, and Aya step up to lay waste to the boombastic rhythms put before them, eventually culminating in Judgement where Ranking leaves us with a prophecy: So much people are losing their minds, because we're living in a serious time. I guess it come in like a judgment sign, the people have killing on their mind. Living in end times, indeed. Best start building the Marcus Garvey tug now.

    Angry ft Tippa Irie
    Murder We ft Ricky Ranking
    Skeng ft Killa P & Flowdan
    Too Much Pain ft Ricky Ranking & Aya
    Insane ft Warrior Queen
    Jah War ft Flowdan
    Fuckaz ft Spaceape
    You & Me ft Roger Robinson
    Freak Freak
    Warning ft Flowdan
    Poison Dart ft Warrior Queen
    Judgement Ricky Ranking
    The Bug
    $24.99
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    Slo Light

    'Davidge's ability to seamlessly blend a variety of music styles spiced with
    his signature sounds and moods is truly a future of cinematic scores'
    - Lithium Magazine


    Slo Light' is the stunning debut album by Davidge, AKA award-winning
    producer/musician Neil Davidge, renowned previously for his production,
    co-writing and sonic-sculpting of music for Massive Attack, David Bowie,
    Snoop Dog, Damon Albarn, Primal Scream, Elizabeth Fraser and Mos Def,
    plus the hugely successful Halo 4 game score and soundtrack.


    An album deeply-schooled in Bristol beats, electronica, soundtracks,
    orchestral music and more, 'Slo Light' creates a fantasy world in which
    tension, darkness and beauty find the perfect equilibrium. The album is
    sky-high on production value, with an unparalleled clarity and sonic depth
    typical of Davidge's unique sound.

    1. Slo Light (featuring Stephonik Youth)
    2. Gallant Foxes (featuring Cate Le Bon)
    3. How Was Your Day (featuring Karima Francis)
    4. Home From Home (featuring Low Roar)
    5. They Won't Know (featuring Stephonik Youth)
    6. That Fever featuring (Claire Tchaikowski)
    7. Riot Pictures (featuring Sandie Shaw)
    8. Zero One Zero (featuring Stephonik Youth)
    9. Sleepwalking (featuring Emi Green)
    10. Anyone Laughing (featuring Claire Tchaikowski)
    11. Forty Days In The Wilderness (featuring Patrick Duff)
    12. Slo Light Davidge vs Rob Smith's Lovas Remix *bonus
    13. Sensor Davidge vs Quadrant, Kid Hops & Iris Remix *bonus
    14. Sleepwalking Davidge vs Michael Mortlock Remix *bonus
    15. Hummingbird Instrumental*bonus
    Davidge
    $21.99
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    The Moray Eels Eat The Holy Modal Rounders

    Led by maverick folksters Peter Stampfel and Steve Weber, the Holy Modal Rounders were an eye-opening blend of Greenwich Village strum, Kentucky bluegrass and Appalachian drone-topped off with enough mind-altering chemicals to derail the Wabash Cannonball. The Rounders' 1968 masterpiece, The Moray Eels Eat The Holy Modal Rounders, spotlights The Bird Song, an infectious ditty used in the Easy Rider soundtrack, the squealing majesty of Werewolf and drug-addled ramblings like My Mind Capsized and The STP Song (it wasn't about that slippery engine oil). Sam Shepard, the Rounders drummer (and soon-to-be-acclaimed playwright), even muffs the words to the pledge of allegiance, transporting you to the era as surely as a truncheon to the head at the 1968 Democratic National Convention. Here's an exact High-Definition Vinyl repro of the hideously rare original LP - maybe the only folk album you'll ever own that will have your mom screaming, Turn that *&!!@#!! thing down!!
    1. Bird Song
    2. One Will Do For Now
    3. Take-off Artist Song
    4. Werewolf
    5. Interlude
    6. Dame Fortune
    7. Mobile Line
    8. The Duji Song
    9. My Mind Capsized
    10. The STP Song
    11. Interlude 2
    12. Half A Mind
    13. The Pledge
    Holy Modal Rounders
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    Last Scream Of The Missing Neighbors (Out of Stock)

    The album-length result of Biafra's collaboration with long-time associates D.O.A. for the super soundtrack of Terminal City Ricochet! Both DKs and D.O.A. began playing music in the same week of 1978, so perhaps this project was bound to happen. It sure seems like it...
    1. That's Progress
    2. Attack Of The Peacekeepers
    3. Wish I Was In El Salvador
    4. Power Is Boring
    5. We Gotta Get Out Of This Place
    6. Full Metal Jackoff
    Jello Biafra
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    Vinyl LP - Sealed Temporarily out of stock
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    Kill Devil Hill (Out of Stock)

    Kill Devil Hill is a new all-star band featuring members of Black Sabbath, Dio and Pantera. Their eagerly anticipated self-titled debut was produced by Warren Riker (COC, Sublime, Cathedral) and is presented here on double vinyl with an exclusive bonus track plus a CD courtesy of SPV/Steamhammer.


    One of the baddest metal bassist around, Rex Brown is most famous for his role as the longtime bassist for the Grammy nominated, platinum selling band Pantera. He provided the bottom end thunder to the band, live and on record. Since the 1990 release of Panteras Cowboys From Hell, Rex has had a hand in multiple gold, platinum, and #1 records. In 2002, Rex joined Down for the release of Down II. In 2003, Rex joined Crowbar in the studio to record and help produce Lifesblood for the Downtrodden. He also went into the studio in 2006 to record Down III.


    Vinyy Appice has powered the rhythm live and in the studio with the bands Dio, Black Sabbath, Heaven and Hell, Ozzy Osbourne, WWIII, Axis, Rick Derringer and at the age of 16 even performed with John Lennon. Vinny has recorded and co-written songs on over 25 albums, many of which are multi-platinum records. His drumming can also be heard on numerous movie soundtracks and DVDs including Waynes World 2, Heavy Metal, Iron Eagle and Bedazzled. Vinny, the author of the drum instruction book Rock Steady and DVD Hard Rock Drumming Techniques has performed drum clinics around the globe.


    Mark Zavon has appeared in Guitar Player Magazines Spotlight column and has received acclaim far and wide from other players for a unique style and approach. In the 90s Mark recorded with the band Scream Parade for Shrapnel Records. He also went on to record and tour with vocalist Stephen Pearcy of Ratt and metal band WWIII featuring Mandy Lion.


    Dewey Braggs vocals combine an eerie resemblance to the late Alice in Chains vocalist Layne Staley, but it's his own melodic style that truly steers this supergroup with powerful conviction.

    LP1
    1. War machine
    2. Hangman
    3. We`re All gonna die
    4. Time & time Again
    5. Old Man
    6. Mysterious Ways
    7. Revenge


    LP2
    1. Rise From The Shadows
    2. Up In Flames
    3. Voodoo doll
    4. Gates of hell
    5. Drawbridge (LP Exclusive bonus track)

    Kill Devil Hill
    $22.99
    Vinyl LP + CD - 2 LPs Sealed Temporarily out of stock
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