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  • Hard Times And Nursery Rhymes Hard Times And Nursery Rhymes Quick View

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    Hard Times And Nursery Rhymes

    Legendary Punk Rock Band's 1st Studio Record Since 2004



    Group Embraces Gritty, Soulful Currents on Can't-Miss Set



    Social Distortion's first new studio record in nearly six years, Hard Times and Nursery Rhymes builds on singer Mike Ness twin footings, one in the haunted American landscapes of Hank Williams and the other in the raw swagger of Exile On Main Streetâ€era Rolling Stones. While these twin pillars have always been behind Social Distortions anthemic songs, on Hard Times and Nursery Rhymes they come roaring to the fore, in one of the hardest rocking, most soulful albums of Ness career.



    From opener California (Hustle and Flow), a song with enough attitude to redline a 40 Merc, to the dark rockin cover of Hank Williams' Alone and Forsaken, longtime fans will find the trademark punk roar they love. New fans, too, will be drawn to Ness maturing songwriting and vocals with an eye to his rock and roll legacy. Ness also produced Hard Times and Nursery Rhymes (his first time at the production helm).



    Cigar-puffing hoodlums, sleazy pimps, staggering winos, down-and-out blue-collar stiffs, on-the-run hustlers, wounded romantics, and spurned lovers are among the crowds that congregate on the street corners of Hard Times and Nursery Rhymes, one of the most consistent, complete, soulful, and tunefully gritty records of Social Distortions career. The set reflects the groups progressive embrace of organ into arrangements. As such, subtle spiritual undercurrents coarse through several tunes.

    --Bob Gendron, TONE Audio, Issue 34

    1. Road Zombie
    2. California (Hustle and Flow)
    3. Gimme The Sweet And Lowdown
    4. Diamond In The Rough
    5. Machine Gun Blues
    6. Bakersfield
    7. Far Side Of Nowhere
    8. Alone And Forsaken
    9. Writing On The Wall
    10. Can't Take it with You
    11. Still Alive
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  • Millport Millport Quick View

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    Millport

    This album represents three distinct historical trends that came together in the span of only 10 days during recording at Studios 606 and Big Bad Sound in April of 2016. The most obvious one is the musicians themselves. The rhythm section is composed of players from Social Distortion. 36 years ago, Bad Religion and Social Distortion shared a stage in Santa Ana, California. Well, it wasn't really a stage, it was an abandoned warehouse made into a punk concert/party place. That was my first concert, as the singer/songwriter in Bad Religion. Our styles over the years diverged, but one consistent element remained - our love of American Folk Rock and Old-Time music continued to grow.


    The second root apparent on this album is that of the sound and musicianship itself. No mere hacks, these musicians are masters. Vintage wood, having been crafted into musical instruments, produces the sound of history when played by virtuosos such as those collected here. An old guitar, a vintage fiddle, drums and bass, clawhammer banjo, and a combo of electric guitar and tubed amplifier, create a sound that can only be described as classic. When you add the beautiful harmonies of these most excellent background singers, there is no doubt that this music comes from a deep-rooted expression of American experience.


    The final historical root is a personal one. The people who introduced me to Old-Time music are now old-timers themselves. My family roots go back to Indiana and Wisconsin. The Indiana folks sang a-Capella in the old country chapel at my Grandma's funeral. Her children taught me to sing and the songs they chose came from the 30s, 40s, 50s, and of course the folk revival tunes of the 1960s. This was the sound I brought forth to my own band starting in the 1980s. It's the only kind of lyrical style I know. And hopefully, this album will add another strong branch to my music. Thank you all for continuing to water the tree.


    -Greg Graffin 2016

    1. Backroads of My Mind
    2. Too Many Virtues
    3. Lincoln's Funeral Train
    4. Millport
    5. Time of Need
    6. Making Time
    7. Shotgun
    8. Echo on the Hill
    9. Sawmill
    10. Waxwings
    Greg Graffin
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  • Social Distortion Greatest Hits Social Distortion Greatest Hits Quick View

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    Social Distortion Greatest Hits

    Vinyl Only Bonus Interview Included
    1. Another State Of Mind

    2. Mommy's Little Monster
    3. Prison Bound
    4. Story Of My Life
    5. Ball And Chain
    6. Ring Of Fire
    7. Bad Luck
    8. When The Angels Sing
    9. I Was Wrong
    10. Reach For The Sky

    11. Far Behind
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  • Somewhere Between Heaven And Hell Somewhere Between Heaven And Hell Quick View

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    Somewhere Between Heaven And Hell

    The American punk rock band Social Distortion formed in 1978 in Fullerton, California. Frontman of the band is vocalist, guitar player and main songwriter Mike Ness.
    Since its inception the band lineup has been a virtual revolving-door of talent, with many members coming and going with the only constant member being Mike Ness.


    'Somewhere Between Heaven and Hell' is their fourth studio album originally released in 1992. It continues the melding of country and rockabilly influences with punk that began two albums before with the album 'Prison Bound'. Clear influences include Hank Williams and Johnny Cash.


    The album also marks the first time that a Social Distortion line-up had not changed in three consecutive studio recordings.

    1. Cold Feelings (3:30)
    2. Bad Luck (4:25)
    3. Making Believe (4:12)
    4. Born To Lose (4:08)
    5. Bye Bye Baby (3:05)



    1. When She Begins (5:03)
    2. 99 To Life (4:29)
    3. King Of Fools (2:49)
    4. Sometimes I Do (4:00)
    5. This Time Darlin' (4:08)

    Social Distortion
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  • White Light, White Heat, White Trash White Light, White Heat, White Trash Quick View

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    White Light, White Heat, White Trash

    Pressed On Limited Edition White Vinyl


    White Light, White Heat, White Trash is the fifth album by American punk rock band, Social Distortion, originally released on September 17, 1996, by Epic Records.

    1. Dear Lover
    2. Don't Drag Me Down
    3. Untitled
    4. I Was Wrong
    5. Through These Eyes
    6. Down On The World Again
    7. When The Angels Sing
    8. Gotta Know The Rules
    9. Crown Of Thorns
    10. Pleasure Seeker
    11. Down Here (w/ The Rest Of Us)
    12. Under My Thumb
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    Social Distortion

    Social Distortion's third eponymous album from 1990 turned out to be their best-known work and would come to spawn the most hits, with singles 'Ball And Chain', 'Story Of My Life' and the Johnny Cash cover 'Ring Of Fire'.



    It mixed Punk with Rockabilly, Blues & Country, and split the difference between Rockabilly and Ramones-style Punk.
    It is albums like this that prove why Social Distortion was able to survive the demise of the LA Hardcore scene with flair and come out on top!

    1. So Far Away
    2. Let It Be Me
    3. Story Of My Life
    4. Sick Boys
    5. Ring Of Fire
    6. Ball And Chain
    7. It Coulda Been Me
    8. She's A Knockout
    9. A Place In My Heart
    10. Drug Train
    Social Distortion
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  • Independent Years: 1983-2004 (Box Set) Independent Years: 1983-2004 (Box Set) Quick View

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    Independent Years: 1983-2004 (Box Set)

    Social Distortion's first ever vinyl box set, From A 'G' to A Gent, collects the band's independent label releases from their rough and tumble punk rock beginnings to the roots rock sound that defined a generation. Includes Mommy's Little Monster, Prison Bound, Sex, Love and Rock 'n' Roll and the compilation Mainliner (Wreckage From The Past) on unique colored vinyl, all in a collectible slipcase.
    LP 1: Mommy's Little Monster
    1. The Creeps
    2. Another State Of Mind
    3. It Wasn't A Pretty Picture
    4. Telling Them

    5. Hour Of Darkness
    6. Mommy's Little Monster

    7. Anti-Fashion

    8. All The Answers

    9. Moral Threat


    LP 2: Prison Bound
    1. It's The Law

    2. Indulgence
    3. Like An Outlaw (For You)
    4. Backstreet Girl
    5. Prison Bound
    6. No Pain No Gain
    7. On My Nerves

    8. I Want What I Want
    9. Lawless

    10. Lost Child


    LP 3: Sex, Love And Rock 'N' Roll
    1. Reach For The Sky
    2. Highway 101
    3. Don't Take Me For Granted
    4. Footprints On My Ceiling
    5. Nickels And Dimes
    6. I Wasn't Born To Follow
    7. Winners And Losers
    8. Faithless
    9. Live Before You Die
    10. Angel's Wings


    LP 4: Mainliner (Wreckage From The Past)
    1. 1945 (Posh Boy)
    2. Playpen (Posh Boy)
    3. Mainliner
    4. Moral Threat
    5. All The Answers
    6. Justice For All
    7. Under My Thumb
    8. 1945 (13th Floor)
    9. Playpen (13th Floor)
    10. Mass Hysteria

    Social Distortion
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  • White Light, White Heat White Light, White Heat Quick View

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    White Light, White Heat

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    Side One


    1 - Dear Lover

    2 - Don't Drag Me Down

    3 - Untitled

    4 - I Was Wrong

    5 - Crown Of Thorns

    6 - The Wanderer (Live At The Ritz '86)


    Side Two


    1 - Down On The World Again

    2 - When The Angels Sing

    3 - Gotta Know The Rules

    4 - Through These Eyes

    4 - Pleasure Seeker

    5 - Down Here (w/ The Rest Of Us)

    6 Mike Ness - I Fought The Law (Live)

    Social Distortion
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  • Trouble Maker Trouble Maker Quick View

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    Trouble Maker

    Rancid as a band has always been imbued with a sense of place: the blue collar neighborhoods where they grew up in Berkley, California, their place as individuals within their band, their band as part of a movement and their evolving sense of place in relation to the world at large. This year Tim Armstrong (vocals, guitar), Matt Freeman (bass, vocals), Lars Frederiksen (vocals, guitar), and Branden Steineckert (drums) return with their ninth studio album Trouble Maker.


    Born in the midst of the post-Reagan economic downturn in the San Francisco Bay Area, the East Bay region specifically, Rancid came to light as Armstrong and Freeman were moving forward after the first band they founded, Operation Ivy, reached a friendly demise. As Rancid, the band took up the torch of social commentary and the examination of the local scene and instantly inflamed the newly revived punk community, setting the stage for what was to come. After having seen the American dream dwindle and fade within their country, community, and homes, Rancid put their description of its aftermath into their songs. Each album served as a layer cementing Rancid's natural place in punk. Their lyrical themes established their identity in the punk rock world while musically they incorporated horns, rockabilly bass lines, reggae rhythms, rasp, and distortion. Balancing their personal tales of love, loss, and heartbreak with attitude, Rancid gave their listeners a community.


    Over the past 2 decades, Rancid has shown awareness of their changing environment and have established their place in it, all while never losing sight of themselves as individuals or as a band.

    1. Track Fast
    2. Ghost of a Chance
    3. Telegraph Avenue
    4. An Intimate Close Up Of A Street Punk Trouble Maker
    5. Where I'm Going
    6. Buddy
    7. Farewell Lola Blue
    8. All American Neighborhood
    9. Bovver Rock and Roll
    10. Make it Out Alive
    11. Molly Make Up Your Mind
    12. I Got Them Blues Again
    13. Beauty of the Pool Hall
    14. Say Goodbye to Our Heroes
    15. I Kept a Promise
    16. Cold Cold Blood
    17. This is Not the End
    Rancid
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  • Prison Bound Prison Bound Quick View

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    Prison Bound

    The classic Prison Bound album from rock 'n' roll legends Social Distortion is now available on vinyl for the first time in years. Their second album was the turning point that saw band leader Mike Ness expand Social Distortion's songwriting into the signature sound we know today complete with stories of hard living while teetering on
    redemption.
    1. It's The Law
    2. Indulgence
    3. Like An Outlaw (For You)
    4. Backstreet Girl
    5. Prison Bound
    6. No Pain No Gain
    7. On My Nerves
    8. I Want What I Want
    9. Lawless
    10. Lost Child
    Social Distortion
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  • Prison Bound (Deluxe) Prison Bound (Deluxe) Quick View

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    Prison Bound (Deluxe)


    Limited Edition Of 2000


    180 Gram Concrete Colored Vinyl


    Includes Art Print


    The classic album from rock legends Social Distortion is now available on vinyl for the 1st time in years. Their 2nd
    album saw band leader Mike Ness expand into the signature sound we know today complete with stories of hard
    living while teetering on redemption. Deluxe Edition features concrete colored 180g vinyl, commemorative art print &
    embossed/debossed album jacket.

    1. It's The Law
    2. Indulgence
    3. Like An Outlaw (For You)
    4. Backstreet Girl
    5. Prison Bound
    6. No Pain No Gain
    7. On My Nerves
    8. I Want What I Want
    9. Lawless
    10. Lost Child
    Social Distortion
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    V

    180 Gram Colored Vinyl


    Over the past 20 years Tiger Army have made themselves a household name in the sub-culture and
    punk rock communities. They've toured the world over countless times, sharing the stage with Morrissey,
    AFI, Social Distortion and more. They've appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live, and have headlined many
    punk rock / rockabilly festivals such as The Hootnanny. With four full-length albums, and three EPS
    Tiger Army have sold over 430,000 albums to date.


    It's been almost ten years since their last release, but Tiger Army are back and stronger than ever with
    their heavily anticipated new album, V. The album was produced by Ted Hutt (The Gaslight Anthem,
    Flogging Molly, The Bouncing Souls) and includes 13 tracks that showcase the band doing what they do
    best, fusing elements of punk, rock, and rockabilly. V is the album critics and fans have been hoping for.
    Tiger Army is alive and well, and V proves that the band is still just getting started, even after 20 years.

    1. Prelude: Ad Victoriam
    2. Firefall
    3. Prisoner Of The Night
    4. I Am The Moth
    5. World Without The Moon
    6. Dark And Lonely Night
    7. Knife's Edge
    8. Devil Lurks On The Road
    9. Happier Times
    10. Candy Ghosts
    11. Train To Eternity
    12. When The Tide Comes In
    13. In The Morning Light
    Tiger Army
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  • Come My Fanatics Come My Fanatics Quick View

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    Come My Fanatics

    Import


    What a difference two years can make ... Between their self-titled debut and this follow-up, Electric Wizard beefed up and distorted their sound and polished their song-writing and the result has taken them light years beyond what the first album achieved. For this reason alone, anyone interested in the band's history and how a young group can progress in leaps and bounds, these two albums are worth seeking out and hearing. The most obvious improvement in the band's style is the overall sound: thick and grimy textures in slower-than-slow guitar chords and riffs, accompanied by basic drum rhythms and a washed-out wailing vocal singing lyrics of despair at the present world and conjuring avenues of escape from the social and political oppression in our society.


    We dive straight into the deep end with Return Trip, a crusty doom sludge song if ever there was one, with black grime peeling off riffs to expose a raw layer that quickly changes to hard and dark and bleeds off in turn. The song sticks to the straight and narrow: even an extended instrumental passage doesn't attract a wiggly guitar solo, and it's only towards the end the song acquires layers of melody and riffing to suggest the vocalist's increasing mental derangement. Jus Oborn's singing isn't great - it's more like chanting or shouting sometimes - but his voice has a rough, anguished edge suited to the lyrical content. Real life is cold, hard, tyrannical, unjust and abusive and for many people the only way to stay sane is to escape into one's own world through the portal of hallucinogenic drugs. Wizard in Black and Doom-Mantia take up where Return Trip leaves off: these are epic tracks that extend the sludge / stoner doom trip out further into the realms of psychedelia, the latter track featuring treated vocals and multi-tracked voices (or so they sound).


    Ivixor B / Phase Inducer is a wonderfully trippy mindfuck of a piece featuring a seemingly endless loop of female chanting with bubbly guitar effects and lazy bass rhythm followed by an abstract spacey tone piece that probably fell from an old pre-Autobahn Kraftwerk album and needed a home, so why not here. The atmosphere is spooky without appearing sinister. The two separate passages of the track are combined in a way that suggests a breakdown in a spaceship's communications with Earth while the astronauts are overcome by strange cosmic forces that can't be understood by rational people. Very original and quite ingenious!


    The remaining tracks on the album suffer for being footnotes to the instrumental track and the strong first half of the album. Son of Nothing is hardcore melodic rock with metal trimmings in style and its post-apocalyptic / sci-fi lyrics embody both hope and fear as the remnants of humanity flee a scorched Earth to find a new home. Solarian 13 brings up the rear with a mix of gently buoyant and seesawing grime-thickened guitar rhythms around which trippy ambient effects swirl and tease.


    The album draws its strength from a more streamlined musical approach in which music serves to enhance each song and its subject rather than fill out empty spaces with frills or show off individual musicians' dexterity and master of their instruments; and also from powerful lyrical themes of alienation, global destruction and flight to new worlds whether internally in one's head as a form of escape or externally for survival. Fantasy, the apocalypse and its aftermath, and science fiction elements of space travel through drugs and spaceships, and human migration to new worlds combine with doom, stoner and sludge metal to generate an original piece of work in Come My Fanatics .... It's on this album that EW find their calling.


    - NausikaDalazBlindaz (The Metal Archives)

    1. Return Trip
    2. Wizard in Black
    3. Doom-Mantia
    4. Ivixor B / Phase Inducer
    5. Son of Nothing
    6. Solarian 13
    7. Demon Lung
    10. Return to the Son of Nothingness
    Electric Wizard
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    Salvation Town


    Limited Audiophile Pressing by RTI


    Deluxe Gatefold Package


    Salvation Town, the surprising and powerful solo debut by Jonny Two Bags,
    guitarist for the Southern California punk rock institution Social Distortion,
    defies expectations at every turn. Produced by David Kalish, noted for his long
    association with Rickie Lee Jones, at his Redstar Studio in Los Angeles, the
    album features 10 striking original songs written by Jonny Two Bags, a.k.a.
    Jonny Wickersham.


    A diverse array of talent that spans the musical spectrum
    was enlisted for the recording. Jackson Browne shares vocals with Wickersham
    on "Then You Stand Alone," while David Lindley, whose guitar work graced
    several of Browne's classic '70s albums, contributes to four tracks. Los Lobos'
    multi-instrumentalist David Hidalgo and his sons David Jr. and Vincent join in
    on "Wayward Cain" and super-sideman Greg Leisz (Lucinda Williams, Eric
    Clapton, k.d. lang, Dave Alvin) also appears on guitar. The drum chair is filled
    by Pete Thomas, a mainstay of Elvis Costello's bands. Wickersham's colleagues in Social Distortion, keyboardist Danny McGough
    and bassist Brent Harding, join on a few tracks while Austin accordion luminary Joel Guzman and bassist/punk kingpin Zander
    Schloss (Weirdos, Circle Jerks, Thelonious Monster) round out the lineup.

    1. One Foot In The Gutter
    2. Avenues
    3. Then You Stand Alone
    4. Clay Wheels
    5. Forlorn Walls
    6. Wayward Cain
    7. Ghosts
    8. Hope Dies Hard
    9. Alone Tonight
    10. The Way It Goes
    Jonny Two Bags
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  • Wild in the Streets (200 Gram) Wild in the Streets (200 Gram) Quick View

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    Wild in the Streets (200 Gram)


    200g Black Vinyl Numbered


    Limited To 1000 Copies


    Mastered For Vinyl By Masterdisk


    Manufactured At Quality Record Pressings


    The litany of SoCal hardcore classics continues at Drastic Plastic Records with the reissue of one of the all time greats: Wild in the Streets by the Circle Jerks.


    The Circle Jerks have come to typify the last great youth movement in America: The hardcore punk movement of he late 1970s and early '80s. Wild in the Streets, the band's second album, is the Jerks in classic form: poignant, political, sarcastic and raunchy. And the cover features a gang of youths led by none other than Mike Ness, of Social Distortion. Wild in the Streets proceeds Golden Shower of Hits also available on Drastic Plastic Records.


    ORIGINAL MASTER: Our Wild in the Streets reissue was mastered from the original, Jerks-approved mix which only appeared on the first vinyl pressing in 1982, and never on CD.

    1. Wild in the Streets
    2. Leave Me Alone
    3. Stars and Stripes
    4. 86'd (Good as Gone)
    5. Meet the Press
    6. Trapped
    7. Murder the Disturbed
    8. Letter Bomb
    9. Question Authority
    10. Defamation Innuendo
    11. Moral Majority
    12. Forced Labor
    13. Political Stu
    14.Just Like Me/Put A Little Love in Your Heart
    Circle Jerks
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  • Kiko Kiko Quick View

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    Kiko

    Kiko on Numbered Limited Edition 180 Gram LP from Mobile Fidelity


    Distinguished Band's Ambitious 1992 Album Stands as Peak Moment in a Career Filled With High-Water Marks


    Gloriously Multidimensional Sonics Yield Colorful Quilt of Textures and Subtleties: Mobile Fidelity Reissue Exposes Use of Studio as an Instrument


    Rollicking Blues, Cabaret Jazz, Otherworldly Lullabies, Snarling Rock, and More Fill Landmark Set


    Only a few years removed from breaking through with their cover of Ritchie Valens' "La Bamba," Los Lobos turned even more heads with Kiko, a beautifully textured and flawlessly executed musical statement that reveals the group taking on ambitious musical challenges and surmounting every one. In pairing with producer Mitchell Froom, the band yielded this critically acclaimed 1992 set that remains the apex of its distinguished career.


    Mastered from original master tapes, Mobile Fidelity's 180 gram LP version of Kiko presents the record in previously unimaginable fidelity. In particular, Froom's exquisite production can now be experienced in full relief, with the vintage tape-loop keyboards and spare arrangements yielding an ethereal feel, otherworldly ambience, and colorful finish that complement the ace playing. The subtleties of the richly detailed backdrops-splashed with distortion, feedback, random sound effects, sonorous horns, ominous chants, delicately plucked harps-are greatly enhanced, turning the multifaceted Kiko into the aural equivalent of a sensational IMAX presentation.


    The material, too, ravishes the senses. In Rolling Stone's original review of Kiko, David Okamoto remarks "the music sounds more created than contrived, thanks to the compassionate touch of the group's main songwriters, singer-guitarist David Hidalgo and drummer Louis PÉrez." Indeed, the Los Angeles ensemble tackles tough-minded social issues such as alcoholism, suicide, abuse, homelessness, death, and rape without coming across as preachy or melodramatic. The record's power relates to that possessed by the most timeless albums-the emotional and metaphysical capacities to transcend problems, overcome adversity, and deliver catharsis.


    Spanning rollicking blues and dreamy pop balladry to snarling rock and traditional Mexican-inspired waltzes, Kiko seemingly knows no bounds. Lullabies such as "Saint Behind the Glass" claim mellifluous elegance while the cabaret-laced jazz of work like "Kiko and the Lavender Moon" glows with a dark majesty, thanks to both the skilled performance and Froom's illuminating production. Los Lobos seldom, if ever, drifted so far outside of the roots-rock box as they do on Kiko. And yet, the collective's binding connection to folklore remains in tact. Native American, Hispanic, and Catholic elements surface in the lyrics and arrangements, the characteristics expressing a multicultural reach that parallels the songs' multidimensional construction.


    And still, it remains impossible to ignore the use of the studio as the record's secret-weapon instrument. Imaginative tricks such as noise gates, filters, and psychedelic devices help establish a surrealism that never lets up. Neither does Kiko.


    This title is not eligible for discount.

    1. Dream In Blue
    2. Wake Up Dolores
    3. Angels with Dirty Faces
    4. That Train Don't Stop Here
    5. Kiko and the Lavender Moon
    6. Saint Behind The Glass
    7. Reva's House
    8. When the Circus Comes
    9. Arizona Skies
    10. Short Side of Nothing
    11. Two Janes
    12. Wicked Rain
    13. Whiskey Trail
    14. Just a Man
    15. Peace
    16. Rio de Tenampa
    Los Lobos
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    Don't Forget Your Roots

    H2O has been a mainstay in hardcore and punk since their inception back in 1995 and have had many influences along the way. The band is thrilled to pay homage to those influential artists by covering their songs on Don't Forget Your Roots. H20 tip their hat to bands like: The Ramones, Dag Nasty, Madball, Rancid, Circle Jerks, Descendents, Cro-Mags, Bad Brains, The Clash, Government Issue, Verbal Assault, Gorilla Biscuits, Mighty Mighty Bosstones, 7 Seconds, Embrace, Social Distortion, Sick of It All and Warzone.
    1. Bad Brains - Attitude
    2. 7 Seconds - Satyagraha
    3. Madball - Pride
    4. Descendents - Get The Time
    5. Embrace - Said Gun
    6. Ramones - I Wanna Live
    7. Gorilla Biscuits - Cats and Dogs
    8. Mighty Mighty Bosstones - Someday I Suppose
    9. Rancid - Journey to the End
    10. Dag Nasty - Safe
    11. Social Distortion - Sick Boy
    12. Sick Of It All - Friends Like You
    13. The Clash - Train in Vain
    14. Verbal Assault - Scarred
    15. Warzone - Don't Forget The Struggle, Don't Forget The Streets
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    Agents of the Underground

    Over their tenure as the progenitors of the metal-infused punk sound, Strung Out have yet to get complacent. Instead, like a championship fighter that gets stronger with every round, they continually unleash a battering assault of technical guitar work and gripping melodies.


    The band's latest full-length (7th overall), Agents of the Underground, is a triumphant defense of the title they've held for years. With blisteringly fast riffs, crushing rhythms, and powerful vocals, Agents of the Underground is quintessential Strung Out, yet, as with each succeeding release, the band manages to evolve their sound. This time around the band enlisted the producing talents of Cameron Webb (Motorhead, Social Distortion, Danzig, Pennywise) and from the very first moments of the album the success of the collaboration is overtly apparent. With passionate melodies that recall Strung Out's earlier albums and the ruthless aggressive music showcased on their recent releases, Agents of the Underground can be hailed as the perfect culmination of all their past efforts. As Strung Out fans have come to expect, the hybrid of raw pulsing emotion, scientific precision, and years of experience yields a product that far surpasses all imitators. Agents of the Underground is no exception to this, rather an escalation. One listen and you'll know exactly how the band maintains relevance and continues to garner new fans with each release.

    1. Black Crosses
    2. Carcrashradio
    3. The Fever and the Sound
    4. Heart Attack
    5. Vanity
    6. Ghetto Heater
    7. Agents of the Underground
    8. Nation of Theives
    9. Jack Knife
    10. Dead Spaces
    11. Andy Warhol
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    England Keep My Bones

    Frank Turner is ready. On the other side of the Atlantic in his native U.K., he has had a banner year, seeing his single gI Still Believeh catch fire at radio, nominated for NMEfs Best Solo Artist award, scooping the prestigious 'Spirit Of Independence' award from Kerrang, and headlining a sold]out Brixton Academy show in December.


    Now Frank Turner is set to release his highly anticipated fourth album, England Keep My Bones, with contributions from Hold Steady keyboardist Franz Nicolay, folk singers Emily Barker and Chris T]T, and Unbelievable Truthfs Andy Yorke.


    England Keep My Bones comes on the heels of Frankfs biggest U.S. push so far, a fall tour with Social Distortion, continuing the DIY aesthetic Frank has brought to conquering America: touring with Chuck Raganfs Revival Tour, Gaslight Anthem, and the Offspring, while always taking the opportunity to play at a local record store or living room along the way. Now that he has built a U.S. base one fan at a time, 2011 looks set to be the year of Frank Turner.


    1. Eulogy

    2. Peggy Sang The Blues
    3. I Still Believe
    4. Rivers
    5. I Am Disappeared
    6. English Curse
    7. One Foot Before The Other
    8. If Ever I Stray
    9. Wessex Boy
    10. Nights Become Days
    11. Redemption
    12. Glory Hallelujah
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    Last Chance To Dance

    While Fat has a long history of bands influenced BY the Ramones (Chixdiggit!, Teenage Bottlerocket, Masked Intruder, Screeching Weasel), releasing an album FROM an actual Ramone is a first and a true honor. Last Chance to Dance is CJ Ramone's second solo album and was recorded with the stellar backing band of Steve Soto (Adolescents), Dan Root (Adolescents), and David Hidalgo, Jr. (Social Distortion). With a sound and style true to the Ramones, CJ has created a positively infectious punk rock record. Sometimes you just "need a Ramones fix," the expression goes, and CJ Ramone's Last Chance to Dance satisfies that craving in spades. And now, a word from the man himself, CJ RAMONE:


    Hey kids CJ Ramone here. My new record Last Chance to Dance is coming out November 25th!!! It's 12 tracks of everything you'd expect from a CJ Ramone record. Hard chargin' and vicious with some sweet melodies to smooth out the edges. Keep an eye for dates for our 2015 World Tour. See y'all on the big road.

    -CJ

    1. Understand Me?
    2. Won't Stop Swinging
    3. One More Chance
    4. Carry Me Away
    5. 'Til The End
    6. Long Way To Go
    7. Mr. Kalashnikov
    8. Pitstop
    9. Grunt
    10. You Own Me
    11. Last Chance To Dance
    12. Cluster Fuck
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    World Downfall

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    Originally released in 1989 'World Downfall' is widely regarded as one of the most influential grindcore albums of all time. Hailing from Los Angeles, Terrorizer was one of the most extreme bands of a generation armed to the teeth with heavily distorted riffs, harsh vocals and scathing social commentary in the lyrics. The members went onto play in other household names in the extreme music scene such as Napalm Death, Morbid Angel and Nausea.

    1. After World Obliteration
    2. Storm Of Stress
    3. Fear Of Napalm
    4. Human Prey
    5. Corporation Pull-In
    6. Strategic Warheads
    7. Condemned System
    8. Resurrection
    9. Enslaved By Propaganda
    10. Need To Live
    11. Ripped To Shreds
    12. Injustice
    13. Whirlwind Struggle
    14. Infestation
    15. Dead Shall Rise
    16. World Downfall
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    Strange Peace

    Since releasing their self-titled debut record in 2012, which The New
    Yorker called, "One of the year's best albums a punishing, noisy,
    exhilarating thing," the Toronto-based 3-piece METZ have garnered
    international acclaim as one of the most electrifying and forceful live acts,
    touring widely and extensively, playing hundreds of shows each year around
    the world.


    Now, Alex Edkins (guitar, vocals), along with Hayden Menzies (drums), and
    Chris Slorach (bass) are set to unleash their highly-anticipated third
    full-length album, Strange Peace, an emphatic but artful hammer swing to
    the status quo.


    The best punk isn't an assault as much as it's a challenge - to what's
    normal, to what's comfortable, or simply to what's expected. Teetering on
    the edge of perpetual implosion," NPR wrote in their glowing review of
    METZ's 2015 second album, II.


    Strange Peace was recorded in Chicago, live off the floor to tape with Steve
    Albini. The result is a distinct artistic maturation into new and alarming
    territory, frantically pushing past where the band has gone before, while
    capturing the notorious intensity of their live show. The trio continued to
    assemble the album (including home recordings, additional
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    longtime collaborator, engineer and mixer, Graham Walsh.


    Strange Peace isn't merely a collection of eleven uninhibited and urgent
    songs. It's also a kind of sonic venting, a truculent social commentary that
    bludgeons and provokes, excites and unsettles. With all the pleasurable
    tension and anxiety of a fever dream, Strange Peace is equal parts
    challenging and accessible. It is this implausible balancing act, moving
    from one end of the musical spectrum to the other, that only a band of
    METZ's power and capacity can maintain: discordant and melodic,
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    terrifying and fun.


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    But you would never talk about them like that. Because METZ are not
    something you study or analyze," wrote Liisa Ladouceur in Exclaim! "They
    are something you feel: a transfer of energy, pure and simple." In other
    words: to feel something, fiercely and intensely, but together, not alone.

    1. Mess of Wires
    2. Drained Lake
    3. Cellophane
    4. Caterpillar
    5. Lost in the Blank City
    6. Mr. Plague
    7. Sink
    8. Common Trash
    9. Escalator Teeth
    10. Dig a Hole
    11. Raw Materials
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    AudioQuest Wind Interconnect Cable


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    In the simplest sense, wind is air in motion produced by the uneven heating of the Earth's surface by the sun. Because our planet is made of various land and water formations, from the severe heights of K2 to the placid Chicago River, it absorbs the sun's radiation unevenly, creating differences in air pressure and the ensuing movement of air from high-pressure areas to lower ones. Wind is also one of our most valuable natural resources: As an alternative to fossil fuels, wind is plentiful, renewable, widely distributed, clean, produces no greenhouse gas emissions, and uses little land.


    While wind power may be more important today than ever before, it is by no means a new concept. Representations of ships under sail date as far back as 5500 B.C., while windmills may have been first used in Persia in 200 B.C. Among the classical elements, wind's close relative, air, is pure, powerful, and fundamentally important to life. In Japanese philosophy, wind is a symbol of all things that grow, expand, and enjoy freedom of movement, in some ways best represented by the human mind. People born under the astrological signs of Gemini, Libra, and Aquarius are thought to have dominant air personalities, marked by kindness and social grace. Of course, wind itself may be the most graceful of all elements. It fans the flames of our deepest passions, dances atop the surfaces of our longest rivers, sings in the rustling of the largest leaves, and carves its initials into our mightiest rocks. The physical effect is often astounding: From the forever-swirling formations of Coyote Buttes in Utah, to the sculpted cypress trees seemingly frozen in time along California's coast, wind holds a place as one of nature's most masterful artists.


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    landmark

    "There's a moment in growing up when it becomes clear that the road you walk is your own to cultivate."


    A surprisingly profound sentiment for a band of 21-year olds. Nevertheless, it's a sentiment that animates much of landmark, the debut album from Minneapolis' Hippo Campus.


    From the resplendent "Way It Goes," a guitar led gallop about the Instagram-filtered church of cool, to the propulsive "Boyish," a horn-kissed rumination on children of divorce, landmark is shot through with a woozy dissonance between precocious wisdom and old-as-time coming of age stories. The result is a messy, brave, and earnest whole - not to mention, a tectonic shift forward for a young band still discovering itself.


    Of course, that should come as no surprise. Hippo Campus - comprised of vocalist/guitarist Jake Luppen, guitarist/vocalist Nathan Stocker, bassist Zach Sutton, and drummer Whistler Allen - have done their fair share of growing up since forming in late 2013. Their pair of 2015 EPs, Bashful Creatures and South, catapulted a freshly-formed band onto sold out tours, radio airwaves, late night TV stages, timelines, feeds, and glowing screens the world over. After a 10-month stretch of work informed by their surprising ascent, Hippo Campus' first full-length showcases not only their trademark ear for ringing melodies and impeccably constructed pop frameworks, but a desire to dig deeper-both into their talent and in their selves-for inspiration.


    landmark's recording, helmed by BJ Burton (Bon Iver, Sylvan Esso, etc.), primarily took place at Sonic Ranch, with finishing touches applied at Pachyderm Studios in the band's native Minnesota. The ranch, a residential studio located on a 2300-acre pecan farm near the border between Texas and Mexico, represented a big shift for four young men from the northern Midwest's cooler climes. "You're just in the middle of the desert, and there are these pecan trees for as far as you can see," says Stocker. "It's pretty surreal-kind of like a dream."


    Dreams are where the mind's deepest desires manifest, so it's fitting landmark is rife with up-close lyrics that reflect the struggles of crash-landing into an always-on world. "It's our most honest release yet, but it didn't start that way at all," says Luppen. "There are two halves to the record-the first half represents our first stage of writing, where we're showing off our ironic side and criticizing the culture of social media, and the youth culture that we're a huge part of now. It's a world we've been forced to plug into, whether we want to or not, and we talk about our qualms with that world."


    Perhaps nowhere on the album are those qualms more evident than on "Western Kids," one of landmark's most upbeat numbers, but also one of its most contemptuous: "I just love this, I swear I'll go viral, from the burbs to the streets now it's a revival," sings Luppen, tongue firmly planted in cheek. "The spirit is found in the idealistically idle, the age of excess."


    Meanwhile, "Sun Veins," the distortion-heavy track that opens the record, is a direct response to the expectations heaped upon the band as they grew: "'Sun Veins' represents an intense period in my life when I wanted to burn everything down, and it represents this moment of absolute clarity," says Luppen. "I'm talking about a person, but at the same time I'm talking about myself and us as a band. Throughout the past year, I thought that I had to be different and that the band had to be different, but it turned out that we had to look more inward and find ourselves again."


    Indeed, landmark invites introspection and close listening-even its most upbeat songs are rich with details, like the whistling break that lands in the middle of the galloping "Simple Season" or the spangles of guitar that slice through the clamor of "Tuesday." Elsewhere, the second half of landmark is dominated by a somber stretch that includes the lush "Monsoon," which slowly blooms into a quiet freak-out of reverb and synth, a revelation in the context of the band's catalog. "It was a breakthrough-we could use the studio and make something transcendent," says Luppen.


    Transcendence doesn't come easy. It's usually the payoff to a long journey. And while Hippo Campus' journey is still being written, with landmark, the band has never seemed more confident in the road they're walking.

    1. Sun Veins
    2. Way It Goes
    3. Vines
    4. Epitaph
    5. Simple Season
    6. Tuesday
    7. Western Kids
    8. Poems
    9. Monsoon
    10. Vacation
    11. Boyish
    12. Interlude
    13. Buttercup
    Hippo Campus
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