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    Sin After Sin

    Sin After Sin is the third studio album by English heavy metal group Judas Priest, originally released in 1977.
    1. Sinner
    2. Diamonds and Rust
    3. Starbreaker
    4. Last Rose of Summer
    5. Let Us Prey
    6. Call for the Priest / Raw Deal
    7. Here Come the Tears
    8. Dissident Aggressor
    Judas Priest
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    Pretty Hate Machine (2010 Remaster) (Awaiting Repress)

    Fans can now revisit the conception of Nine Inch Nails. Trent Reznor's Null Corporation has teamed up with UMe/The Bicycle Music Company to release Pretty Hate Machine: 2010 Remaster on 12/7/2010. After completing the score for David Fincher's The Social Network, Reznor oversaw the digital remastering of Pretty Hate Machine from the newly unearthed original tapes with engineer Tom Baker (whose NIN credits include The Downward Spiral, Broken, The Fragile, With Teeth and Ghosts). This remastered version includes an eleventh track, a cover of Queen's Get Down Make Love, originally the B-side to the Sin single and produced by Al Jourgensen. Rob Sheridan, NIN's longtime art director, has also re-imagined the packaging of Pretty Hate Machine under Reznor's supervision.


    As a young musician in Cleveland, Ohia, Reznor took a job at a local recording studio and employed unused studio time to develop his own material. The nascent album was later recorded with his favorite producers including Flood/Mark Ellis (U2, Depeche Mode, PJ Harvey), John Fryer (Cocteau Twins, This Mortal Coil), Adrian Sherwood (Ministry, Cabaret Voltaire) and Keith LeBlanc (Trackhead). The result was the first Nine Inch Nails album, 1989's Pretty Hate Machine. All songs were written, arranged, programmed and performed by Reznor. The album featured the breakthrough singles Sin, Down In It and Head Like A Hole, and ultimately sold over 3 million copies, reaching Triple Platinum sales status. In the wake of the album's inital underground success, NIN soon developed a reputation as one of the best live acts in rock and jointed the inaugural Lollapalooza tour in 1991. NIN have since sold more than 18 million albums, collected Grammy Awards and headline arenas, amphitheaters and festivals worldwide.


    The Bicycle Music Company acquired the rights to Pretty Hate Machine from a division of Prudential Securities in the spring of 2010. It was Bicycle's intention from the onset to enable Reznor to regain some control of this lost piece of NIN's legacy, resulting in this artist approved 2010 reissue of one of music's most groundbreaking and influential albums. Note: The previous CD version was reissued in 2005 but was not overseen by Reznor and is now out of print.


    Reznor is currently working on new music as a member of the group How To Destroy Angels, continuing his Nine Inch Nails efforts and composing for future film score projects.

    1. Head Like A Hole
    2. Terrible Lie
    3. Down In It
    4. Sanctified
    5. Something I Can Never Have
    6. Kinda I Want To
    7. Sin
    8. That's What I Get
    9. The Only Time
    10.Ringfinger
    11.Get Down Make Love (Bonus Track in 2010 Reissue)
    Nine Inch Nails
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    Bad Blood

    US Version Includes Three Bonus Tracks


    Bad Blood, the full-length debut from Bastilleis released by Virgin Records. Bastille is the top-selling debut act of 2013 in the U.K., where Bad Blood entered the albums chart at No. 1 earlier this year and has remained in the Top 20 ever since.


    The U.S. version of the album will include three bonus tracks - "The Silence," "Weight of Living, PT. I" and "Laughter Lines."


    Bastille will made its U.S. television debut on "Conan" July 24. The U.K. band played a sold-out show at the Troubadour in Los Angeles and will return to the States in the fall of 2013 for its first North American tour.


    Haunt, Bastille's four-song EP debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's Heatseekers Albums chart after being released digitally. "Pompeii," the lead single, is already Top 20 at Modern Rock, and has been added by numerous stations, including KROQ-Los Angeles, 98/7-Los Angeles, Live 105-San Francisco, Q877-Chicago, KTCL-Denver, WRFF-Philadelphia, KTBZ-Houston, DC101-Washington DC and SiriusXM's Alt Nation. The "Pompeii" video has more than 30 million views.


    Dan Smith, the founder of Bastille, envisioned the "Pompeii" clip as the novel I Am Legend if it were shot by the director of Drive, which hints at how inextricably intertwined music, film and literature are in his creative process. Rounding out Bastille's lineup are Will Farquarson, Kyle Simmons and Chris "Woody" Wood. The four musicians have been playing and touring together for more than two years and while each has his main role in Bastille, they effortlessly trade places on vocals, keyboards and percussion. The band's spring 2013 U.K. headline tour sold out immediately, with all 44,000 tickets gone in a day, and they are playing major festivals in the U.K, Europe and Japan this summer. Bastille's performance of "Pompeii" at Glastonbury can be seen here.


    While Bad Blood sounds lush, it was actually recorded in a tiny room on limited equipment - apart from a day spent recording strings in the legendary Abbey Road Studios. Smith, working with producer Mark Crew, aimed to approach each song differently.


    "I wanted each to be its own story with its own atmosphere which brings in different sounds and elements of production, incorporating aspects of the different genres and styles that I love: hip hop, indie, pop and folk," he explains. "Film soundtracks can be broad and varied, but tied together by the film itself. I hope the album will be something like that, but held together by my voice and the songwriting, each song a scene or part of a bigger picture."


    "Pompeii" is an epic in miniature, a conversation between two charred bodies, frozen in time, caught in the ash that engulfed the Roman city of sin while songs like the title track and "Things We Lost in Fire" touch on the changing dynamics of relationships. "'Bad Blood' is an album crafted in one of modern pop's greatest refineries," observed Artrocker, awarding it five stars, while BBC Music said, "Bastille really deliver." Q named "Overjoyed" as "Track of the Day," noting, "[Bastille's] bewitching mixture of softly delivered vocals and glitchy tracks creates an impressive atmosphere."

    1. Pompeii
    2. Things We Lost in the Fire
    3. Bad Blood
    4. Overjoyed
    5. These Streets
    6. Weight of Living, Pt. II
    7. Icarus
    8. Oblivion
    9. Flaws
    10. Daniel in the Den
    11. Laura Palmer
    12. Get Home


    Bonus Tracks
    13. The Silence
    14. Weight of Living, PT. I
    15. Laughter Lines

    Bastille
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  • Perpetual Motion People Perpetual Motion People Quick View

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    Perpetual Motion People

    Perpetual Motion People was recorded with Furman's current band The Boyfriends - comprising Jorgen Jorgensen (bass), Ben Joseph (keyboards, guitar), Sam Durkes (drums) and saxophonist Tim Sandusky - at studio Ballistico in Furman's home city of Chicago (though he's currently based in San Francisco). The album kicks off with 'Restless Year', about which Consequence Of Sound described as, "a ball of energy, bouncing around genre borders with glee. There's the rebellion of '90s indie rock, a string of sunshine-y '80s pop, and the snarl of '70s punk."


    "The opening lines of my records tend to be summary statements," says Furman. "Every year has been restless, physically and even more internally." Hence the title Perpetual Motion People, "That's who it was made by and that's who it's for. People who feel they can never settle. I'm restless in most aspects. I don't tend to live in one place for long. I am always changing the way I present my gender. My religious life is intensely up and down in terms of observance and personal convictions. I've always viewed the idea of truth itself as something wobbly, always slipping out of our grasp. That's what the songs are about: a head that is haunted, a society I cannot join, a lover who is perpetually in the act of leaving. A central idea is the fugitive or runaway, in a hideout built in the midst of an unfriendly or alienated world."


    "The other aspect is a feeling of expansiveness, the largeness of emotion, from joy to pain. Some people think life is small or confined, but to me it's just big, and I'd say each song has something to say, to declare themselves large. It's also to do with trying to make something that a lot of people would listen to after Day Of The Dog got some kind of increased attention."


    In that, he's done his job, switching from the sinewy jubilance of 'Hark! To The Music' to the wistful heart-ache of 'Ordinary Life', from the power-pop snarl of 'Tip Of The Match' to the wracked country blues of "One Day I Will Sin No More". The waterfront covered marks Furman out as a true original, tapping avenues of music that most others have left alone, or wouldn't have the guts to emulate. "There's rarely been a scene that I've wanted to be part of," he admits. "I'm just not hearing other stuff out there that I wish existed, so that's my goal, to do it myself.


    Ultimately, Furman declares, life in perpetual motion is, "a good way to be. If you are never on a sure footing you don't get bored and the world is always new. It causes a lot of pain as well, but it seems worth it, and it is probably the only way I know how to be."

    1. Restless Year
    2. Lousy Connection
    3. Hark! to the Music
    4. Haunted Head
    5. Hour Of Deepest Need
    6. Wobbly
    7. Ordinary Life
    8. Tip of a Match
    9. Body Was Made
    10. Watch You Go By
    11. Pot Holes
    12. Can I Sleep In Your Brain?
    13. One Day I Will Sin No More
    Ezra Furman
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    Little Death Shaker

    Stripped of all noise influences and focusing on straight-up songs, Little Death Shaker is a record evocative of late nights and dusty parking lots, long drives and boozy hookups. This is the work of a dude who's spent his youth and young manhood on tour and it comes through in both the music and the lyrics. Where Castanets' lyrics gave us Ray Carver-ian fragments and it's-what-you-leave-out-that-counts minimalism, here we see Raposa back from the battleground with stories to tell.



    This is the most lyric-heavy Raposa's been and it's also the most playful and humorous, and you get the feeling some of these songs would be the ones that would go down best near 2am at some weird sports bar dive in southeast Alabama/Iowa/Mississippi. (We can just see some big biker dude/fallen NASCAR star/Gary Busey lookalike sitting back-to-bar, Bud in hand, having a good-natured laugh over the punchline from Some of My Friends or the WTF premise of the Dan Reeder penned You'll Never Surf Again.)



    The record begins with fighting spirit. Allegiance comes on with a punch of electric guitar and Raposa singing I woke up feeling/bold as shit. It's his rowdiest and most confident song to date, a real knockabout that'll take you by surprise if you're used to Castanets. Up next the title track verges on Queen (Flash Gordon soundtrack?) and Some of My Friends is a barnburner with the ghosts old Sun Studios players holding court.



    Highlights are many. The dark-as-Skoal interstate roller Whippoorwill, the slowly ramping Some Kind of Fool, which rolls easy and pretty with backup vocals from Matthew Houck of Phosphorescent before building to a shitkicking rock 'n' roll peak where we find Raposa delivering some of his best and most racy lyrics, singing the very un-indie-rock, I could spend this good money wherever I care to/taste all the honies that I choose /lay myself down beside anyone's flower/all alive in the morning with the dew. It's a song about libertine freedom and heartbreak ignored and taking the bull by the horns and being, well, kind of a bastard.



    More highlights: Castanets collaborator Talia Gordon taking main vocals on You're Not Standing Like You Used To (Kate Wolf); the after-afterhours minor chord jam Stateline, Little Death Shaker's most ruckus track of all, a late-night spent trapped in the stripclub/rig cab/country bar/tour van/your own damn head. At 10 minutes it's a tale of drugs and wayward love, a real red-lit kind of aloneness, backed by a legit live crawl, with high and ghostly organ and distorted vocals crackling like a bad CB connection.



    With Meridian, Raposa and Houck bring back the vibe of Some Kind of Fool and take it on a humid trip through the deepest South, gators in the water, snakes in the sand, a stormhead looming over the sun-dappled river. When Raposa sings oh honey here comes the storm you can just FEEL the weather breaking.



    One of this record's real charms is you can close your eyes and see these 13 tracks played live; you can see the drummer leaning over his kit with his brushes (and sunglasses on?), the backup singers standing around the mic, beers in hand, eyes closed, swaying side to side, the lights crisscrossing the stage. Meridian is no different. You can see this band. You can see these people playing together, and in a world of records that bands can't duplicate live, it's crazy-refreshing!



    The album's closer, Allegiance 2, brings backlongtime Castanets collaborator Bridgit Jacobsen (nÉe Decook) for a hushed and barely-there apology. Oh lord be kind to me/after all these devils I have kissed. As a prayer, a shrug, and an exhausted offering, it's a fitting way to end an album so concerned with sin and vice. It's also a fitting end-introduction to this new band. So meet Raymond Byron and the White Freighters and their record Little Death Shaker. Here's to the new!

    1. Allegiance

    2. Little Death Shaker

    3. Some of My Friends

    4. Turnpike/Bedsheet

    5. You'll Never Surf Again

    6. Don't That Lake Just Shine

    7. Whippoorwill

    8. A Little More Credit

    9. Some Kind of Fool

    10. You're Not Standing Like You Used To

    11. Stateline

    12. Meridian, MS

    13. Allegiance 2
    Raymond Byron And The White Freighter
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  • Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die! Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die! Quick View

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    Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die!

    "Too Weird to Live, Too Rare to Die!" is the fourth studio album by the American rock band Panic! at the Disco.


    Panic! At The Disco is a platinum-selling, Grammy-nominated duo from Las Vegas, NV. Formed in 2004, Panic! quickly began writing their debut album, A Fever You Can't Sweat Out, released on Fueled By Ramen in September, 2005. The album, featuring singles such as I Write Sins Not Tragedies and The Only Difference Between Martyrdom and Suicide is Press Coverage was a smash, selling over 1.7 million copies to date. In July 2006, the album was officially certified Platinum. Coming off of their first worldwide tour, the band had established themselves as mainstays in the hearts of fans everywhere.


    In 2007 the band began writing their sophomore release, Pretty. Odd. They decided to make the album they wanted to make. While the album is equally as catchy and infectious as their debut, Pretty. Odd. saw the band digging through their parents' record crates to craft and expansive pop album that channeled the ghosts of Brian Wilson and the Beatles as well as lesser-known pop sensations like the Zombies. After creative differences saw the band split from four to two members in mid-2009, it was time to start rebuilding.

    1. This is Gospel
    2. Miss Jackson (featuring Lolo)
    3. Vegas Lights
    4. Girl That You Love
    5. Nicotine
    6. Girls/Girls/Boys
    7. Casual Affair
    8. Far Too Young to Die
    9. Collar Full
    10. The End of All Things
    Panic! At The Disco
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  • A New Nature A New Nature Quick View

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    A New Nature

    The record, their third album, following last year's Wash The Sins Not Only The Face, and their second release of 2014 after a split with Thought Forms in April, marks something of a change of tact for the band. For starters, it's coming out via the band's own new imprint, Nostromo Records, following an amicable split with their previous label Matador. It's also been recorded by the well-worn, expert hands of Steve Albini, no less, at his Chicago studio Electrical Audio following a successful Pledge Music campaign earlier this year. Most significantly, it sees the band stripping back their sound and taking out a lot of the electronic matter, instead forging even more expansive songs (the album's centrepiece is the near-15-minute 'The Jungle') in raw, more live-feeling sonics. 'Blood Teachings' is a good case in point, with its Swans-esque heaving repetition providing a soundbed over which Rachel Davies unfurls a mesmeric vocal, not dissimilar to former Albini collaborator PJ Harvey, building to a razing, fuzzed crescendo.
    LP1
    1. Press Heavenwards!
    2. Those Dreadful Hammers
    3. Dig Your Fingers In
    4. No Dog


    LP2
    1. The Jungle
    2. Wooden Star
    3. Blood Teachings
    4. Bathed In Light

    Esben And The Witch
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  • Tomorrow, I'll Miss You Tomorrow, I'll Miss You Quick View

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    Tomorrow, I'll Miss You

    Worship This! is emblematic of all that is Northeast Ohio and highlight the blossoming and resurgent rust belt punk scene. Cut from the same cloth as Leatherface, Jawbreaker, Piebald, and The Cardinal Sin, WT! is an unabashedly and unrelenting emotional force, exploring issues of personal regret, but also providing a sense of reinvigoration and redemption that only emerges after you've cut the dead weight from your life.
    1. I, Human
    2. Jen, With 2 N's
    3. Indifferent
    4. Summit Tower
    5. Springs and Levers
    6. Red Herring
    7. Purpose and Meaning
    8. The Fear of Missing Out
    9. Bike Ride
    10. Space Orphan
    11. Whatever Happened to You Melissa
    12. Monophobe
    13. Anathema
    Worship This!
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  • Sunday Dinner Sunday Dinner Quick View

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    Sunday Dinner

    Keath Mead would like to invite you to Sunday Dinner. The
    25-year-old South Carolina native's debut album is as pleasurable
    as a drive along the coast, as comforting as a day out with
    friends, and as sweet as pie after lunch. Steeped in the classic
    sounds of '60s and '70s pop singer-songwriters, Mead is just as
    influenced by contemporary artists such as The Shins' James
    Mercer and Jack White. "Waiting" opens the record with a warm
    bed of synths and Mead sings, "One day you're gonna land/ in a
    place that you never planned/ in your life to see." An optimistic
    song about potential? Maybe. But it's definitely a song about
    regret. Mead has that timeless ability to make songs that seem
    to say one thing, but move us to feel many things. With Sunday
    Dinner, Mead aspired to achieve a songwriting ideal: If a song
    doesn't hold up with one person singing and playing a single
    instrument, then it's probably not that good of a song, he says.


    The album was recorded in only eight days-over the span of
    nine months-with the help of Chaz Bundick (Toro Y Moi, Les
    Sins). Bundick hosted Mead in his Berkeley, Calif., home studio
    for the recording. Mead's guitar and vocal tracks came first,
    then Bundick on bass, before the pair took turns on drums and
    synthesizers. The collaborative process lent an improvisational
    aspect to the album, with the pair playing music until they found
    a passage they both liked. The live playing and "happy
    accidents" of the recording process add to the easy-going vibe
    of the LP.


    Though recording the album was relatively short, the songs
    were written over three years. The primary theme of the record is
    the anxiety induced by the rapid changes brought on by coming
    of age. Mead also contemplates isolation, loss of innocence,
    and angst associated with maturation.

    1. Waiting
    2. Grow Up
    3. She Had
    4. Change
    5. Setttle For Less
    6. Holiday
    7. Where I Wanna Be
    8. Quiet Room
    9. Navy
    10. Polite Refusal
    11. So Close
    Keath Mead
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  • Into Into Quick View

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    Into

    Lionel Williams leaves behind the murkier lo-fi production of his 2012 debut full-length, Lemniscate, for the somnambulant pop of Into. The new album-out July 24th on Chaz Bundick's (Toro Y Moi, Les Sins) Company Records-moves Lionel's Vinyl Williams alias into a more vivid, multi-colored dream world. Unlike the dramatic film scores of his grandfather (famed composer and conductor John Williams), this 25-year-old Los Angeles-based musician's songs are far more introspective, effortlessly blending ambient, electronic, Krautrock, psychedelia and shoegaze influences into a uniquely visceral listening experience that often mirrors the surrealism of his own collage-based visual artwork.


    Like staring at the intricate geometry of a nautilus shell through a rippling aqua lens, Into's detailed arrangements shimmer across the stereo field with Williams' breathy, yearning melodies bathed in warm reverb. The gentle, rhythmic percolation of breezy album opener "Gold Lodge" imagines CAN at their most ethereal, as if vying for a release on 4AD Records during the label's halcyon days. Similarly, Cocteau Twins-esque guitars ring above the pulsing kosmische atmosphere of "Hall of Records" and then later, the 10-plus-minute "Xol Rumi" takes a detour across the Autobahn using Neu!'s motorik precision. Elsewhere, the celestial "Greatest Lives" shuffles through a thick, gooey cloud of synths, while instrumental "The Tears of an Inanimate Object" pays tribute to the spiritually minded explorations of Alice Coltrane and Dorothy Ashby, with astral harp strums guiding the light electronic accompaniment.


    From the mysterious, nocturnal drive of first single "World Soul" to the gauzy, space-age funk of "Allaz," Vinyl Williams nicely blurs the line between melodicism and experimentation, his impressionistic song-craft being as inviting as it is beguiling. In this modern era of shuffled playlists and musically short attention spans, Into is that rare album created to be listened to uninterrupted from beginning to end, and one that is sure to reveal itself again and again after each successive play.

    1. Gold Lodge
    2. Space Age Utopia
    3. Ring
    4. World Soul
    5. Hall Of Records
    6. The Tears Of An Inanimate Object
    7. Iguana City
    8. Greatest Lives
    9. Zero Wonder
    10. Axiomatic Mind
    11. Eter-Wave-Agreement
    12. Plinth Of Uncanny Design
    13. Allaz
    14. Xol Rumi
    Vinyl Williams
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  • AAA (Out of Stock) AAA (Out of Stock) Quick View

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    AAA (Out of Stock)

    Born back in the early '80s behind the iron curtain, no-one could imagine the possibility that the young brothers and troublemakers Beverly and Rik and their two friends Ändru und TV Mörk would get together to form a punk rock band. The four piece moved to Berlin as soon as they turned 18 to start their punk rock mission. To be honest, the start was not that glorious. The temptations of the big city lights, beers, booze and drugs blurred the bands vision at first. During those early years (2002-2005) the band only managed to get 20 gigs under their belts.


    Just as the punk pioneers of the previous generation, the band decided to moderate their lifestyle and after a while of nearly well-ordered life in the bands rehearsal room, the first 7 single Out of Tune was released by themselves. Loads of live shows were played, several 7's were released and the Radio Dead Ones became one of Berlins best kept punk rock secrets. Three years later the first self titled full length album hits the streets. Packed with raw, tough sounding songs it was very well received by the media and the fans. The band played countless shows all over Europe, shared stages with bands like The Backyard Babies, Dropkick Murphys, US Bombs, Mad Sin, Die Toten Hosen, Agnostic Front and could build up a massive live following with their energetic live shows. 2010 the Berlin City EP was released.


    The limited 10 vinyl, containing a Swingin Utters Cover, rock n roll inspired instrumentals and a hymn for Berlin was completely sold out within a couple of month. Later that year they supported the Beatsteaks during their Euro Club-Tour 2010. In the meantime the band played their 300th live show, a number to be proud of and a perfect indicator that shows what the band is all about. True passion
    for what they do and always ready to give themselves and their audience a time to remember.


    With their new album AAA the band shows that they are ready to make the next step forward. Packed with punk rock tunes that have the capability for future classics, the record will take the hearts of the fans by storm.

    1. Mighty Mass Hysteria
    2. Sensual Seduction
    3. Emerging Market
    4. Too Selective
    5. Cigars + Rum
    6. Angelina
    7. Dirty Love Hotel
    8. Into The Sun
    9. Fuck Em All
    10. Mary Me Or Bury Me
    11. Not Here
    12. RDO 2 (BRÄMF)
    13. Smoking
    14. You Dont Make Me Feel Anything
    15. God Speed You
    Radio Dead Ones
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