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  • Gumboot Soup (Awaiting Repress) Gumboot Soup (Awaiting Repress) Quick View

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    Gumboot Soup (Awaiting Repress)

    Gumboot Soup is the thirteenth studio album by Australian psychedelic rock band King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard.
    1. Beginner's Luck

    2. Greenhouse Heat Death

    3. Barefoot Desert

    4. Muddy Water

    5. Superposition

    6. Down The Sink

    7. The Great Chain Of Being

    8. The Last Oasis

    9. All Is Known

    10. I'm Sleepin' In

    11. The Wheel
    King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard
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    Limited Edition Of 1500 Numbered Copies On Yellow Vinyl, Black Vinyl Thereafter

    180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl

    Gatefold Sleeve

    Including 4-Page Booklet With Lyrics

    Includes Galaxie, Skinned And New Life

    Ranked Number 357 In Rock Hard Magazine's Book Of 'The 500 Greatest Rock & Metal Albums Of All Time'

    Soup is the second studio album by American rock band Blind Melon, released eight weeks before vocalist Shannon Hoon's fatal drug overdose. The album proved to be a challenging, gripping record that is just as strong and perhaps even more rewarding than their debut album.

    2 X 4 is about Hoon's experience at a drug detox, Galaxie is about Hoon's experience with his car, a 1964 Ford Galaxie and Skinned is about serial killer Ed Gein.

    The producer of the album, Andy Wallace, is seen on the cover, sipping soup.

    In 2005, Soup was ranked number 357 in Rock Hard magazine's book of 'The 500 Greatest Rock & Metal Albums of All Time.' This album is now available as a limited edition of 1500 numbered copies on yellow vinyl. The records are housed in a deluxe gatefold jacket with the original 4-page Menu booklet.

    1. Galaxie
    2. 2 x 4
    3. Vernie
    4. Skinned
    5. Toes Across The Floor
    6. Walk
    7. Dumptruck
    8. Car Seat (God's Present)
    9. Wilt
    10. The Duke
    11. St. Andrew's Fall
    12. New Life
    13. Mouthful Of Cavities
    14. Lemonade
    Blind Melon
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    Soup is the second studio album by American rock band Blind Melon, originally released on August 15, 1995, eight weeks before vocalist Shannon Hoon's fatal drug overdose, making it his final album with the band.
    1. Galaxie
    2. 2x4
    3. Vernie
    4. Skinned
    5. Toes Across The Floor
    6. Walk
    7. Dumptruck
    8. Car Seat (God's Present)
    9. Wilt
    10. The Duke
    11. St. Andrew's Fall
    12. New Life
    13. Mouthful Of Cavities
    14. Lemonade
    Blind Melon
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  • Duct Tape Soup Duct Tape Soup Quick View

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    Duct Tape Soup

    Before Green Day, Operation Ivy, and Lookout Records put the East Bay's burgeoning punk scene on the map, a trio of Berkeley kids were reinventing the genre with music that was melodic but full of feedback, and a singer who sounded like he gargled glass. Crimpshrine's debut EP was Lookout's fourth release, followed by an album, a second EP, and a slew of split singles and compilation tracks before the band imploded in 1989 after a ridiculous two-and-a-half-month tour in a Ford Pinto hatchback.

    Formed around teenage binary stars Jeff Ott and Aaron Cometbus, Crimpshrine went through a series of lineups in their four-year run, utilizing future Tilt and Go Sailor bassists Pete Rypins and Paul Curran, and briefly including second guitarist Idon Bryant. Not overtly political, their fiery brand of introspective punk touched on homelessness, teenage pregnancy, drug use, friendship, isolation, and a grimy sort of romance.

    Two collections have emerged posthumously: 1992's Duct Tape Soup and 1998's The Sound Of A New World Being Born, both falling out of print in 2002.

    Ott went on to form Fifteen and author two books; Cometbus founded Pinhead Gunpowder with Billie Joe Armstrong and continues to edit his long-running fanzine.

    1. Trying Too Hard
    2. Summertime
    3. Caught Up
    4. Left Outside Again
    5. Safely Wasting Away
    6. Wake Up
    7. Pick Up The Pieces
    8. RDC
    9. Construction
    10. Closed Doors, Closed Minds
    11. Pretty Mess
    12. WNWSFK
    13. Can You Feel That?
    14. Along The Way
    15. Free Will
    16. Fucked Up Kid
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  • Fishin' For Woos Fishin' For Woos Quick View

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    Fishin' For Woos

    Bowling For Soup has become a worldwide phenomenon with a string of hit singles to their credit. The band is also a TV and movie-soundtrack juggernaut whose Emmy nominated contribution to some Disney stuff!

    Recorded at Valve Studios in the band's hoemtown of Dallas, TX, Bolwing For Soup's 11th studio album features the fun lovin' rock band at their very best. The band kicked off 2011 by perfomring their lead single, S-S-S-Saturday to a worldwide audience at the Professional Bowling Associations Tournment of Champions on ABC Television.

    1. Let's Pretend We're Not In Love

    2. Girls In America
    3. S-S-S-Saturday
    4. What About Us
    5. Here's Your Freakin' Song
    6. This Aint My Day
    7. Smiley Faces (It's All Good)
    8. Turbulence
    9. I've Never Done Anything Like This
    10. Friends Chicks Guitars
    11. Guard My Heart (2010)
    12. Graduation Trip
    Bowling For Soup
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  • Lunch. Drunk. Love. (Awaiting Repress) Lunch. Drunk. Love. (Awaiting Repress) Quick View

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    Lunch. Drunk. Love. (Awaiting Repress)

    In today's disposable music industry, a twenty year career is something almost unheard of. It takes a band with a big heart, a loyalty to one of the most varied group of fans ever and just a sheer love of making people smile to do it properly. It takes a band from Texas...that band is Bowling For Soup.

    Produced by Jarinus (Linus of Hollywood and Jaret Reddick), Lunch. Drunk. Love. is a completely fan funded album through PledgeMusic. The band were able to include their fans on the entire process from demos to recording and even allowed the fans to name the album through an online poll!
    With heartfelt breakup songs like 'Since We Broke Up' and 'Envy,' upbeat pop-culture / name dropping songs that ONLY BFS can pull off such as 'Normal Chicks,' and a surprising cover of the Edie Brickell and the New Bohemians song 'Circle,' this could actually prove to be Bowling For Soup s most well rounded album to date...And it's number freakin 14 for these dudes!

    1. Critically Disdained
    2. Since We Broke Up
    3. Real
    4. And I Think You Like Me Too
    5. Envy
    6. I Am Waking Up Today
    7. Circle
    8. Right About Now
    9. Couple of Days
    10. Kevin Weaver
    11. Rooftops
    12. How Far This Can Go
    13. Normal Chicks
    Bowling For Soup
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  • Rabbit Habits Rabbit Habits Quick View

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    Rabbit Habits

    Hailing from Philadelphia, Man Man are an astonishingly original quintet who have found the perfect berth for their gypsy-swamp-rock-carny-soul-Viking-vaudeville-punk collective. Man Man bring their incomparable vision of pop music to their ANTI- debut Rabbit Habits, finally recording an album that matches the fierce energy of their non-stop live shows, which utilize a variety of more traditional musical instruments like the accordion, the Moog keyboard and the xylophone, as well as incorporating often overlooked noisemakers like soup pots, shoes, a fire extinguisher and squeaky toys. With a live following that sells out clubs coast to coast, and a kinetic stage presence that finds band members, dressed in white jumpsuits and warpaint, constantly switching instruments, Man Man are a musical contagion waiting to happen.
    1. Mister Jung Stuffed
    2. Hurly / Burly
    3. The Ballad Of Butter Beans
    4. Big Trouble
    5. Mysteries Of The Universe Unraveled
    6. Doo Right
    7. Easy Eats Or Dirty Doctor Galapagos
    8. Harpoon Fever (Queequeg's Playhouse)
    9. El Azteca
    10. Rabbit Habits
    11. Top Drawer
    12. Poor Jackie
    13. Whalebones

    Man Man
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  • Buena Vodka Social Club (Discontinued) Buena Vodka Social Club (Discontinued) Quick View

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    Buena Vodka Social Club (Discontinued)

    Once known from Aki KaurismÄkis movies as the worst rock-and-roll band in the world, today the Leningrad Cowboys are respected worldwide for their unique live shows. During their 20+ years they have performed more than 1000 shows in more than 60 countries. They have produced massive joint concerts with the Red Army Choir, confused audiences at the MTV Music Awards, performed with classical orchestras and played in hundreds of festivals and clubs.

    Their new album, Buena Vodka Social Club is their first studio album of original material since 2000 and it finds the band at the height of their powers. Buena Vodka Social Club is not an ordinary album by any standards. It has influences and flavors from many different genres, all mixed into a soup that only this band knows how to cook.

    1. Machine Gun Blues
    2. All We Need Is Love
    3. Drill A Hole
    4. Gimme Your Sushi
    5. Rock 'N' Roll Show
    6. I Kill The Dog!
    7. Gasolina
    8. Buena Vodka Social Club
    9. Frijoles Y Lager
    10. Wash Your Ass
    11. Mule
    12. Gimme Your Sushi (extended version)
    Leningrad Cowboys
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  • Man Is Myth (Early Demos) Man Is Myth (Early Demos) Quick View

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    Man Is Myth (Early Demos)

    Britain's dirtiest doom metal-band CONAN provide insights into a secret world! Man Is Myth - Early Demos are unheard beasts out of their rehearsal room and studio. It roars and cranks all over, dull distortion drags nerves into the coldest regions of the world. It's no accident that they call themselves Caveman Battle Doom. Man Is Myth - Early Demos is the primordial soup for everything that CONAN stands for. There is nothing that fascinates more than the crudity of underlying ideas of eventual noise-hits. Satsumo revives in its rawness of the demo-version of 2006, Gravity Chasm throbs with booming guitars. The grand finale is the previously unreleased Domed Iron Boss - the cherry on top of the cake.
    1. Battle in the Swamp (Rehearsal Room Demo 2009)
    2. Satsumo (Rehearsal Room Demo 2009)
    3. Krull (Rehearsal Room Demo 2009)
    4. Satsumo (Rehearsal Room Demo 2006)
    5. Gravity Chasm (Studio Demo 2012)
    6. Foehammer (Studio Demo 2012)
    7. Domed Iron Boss (Studio Demo 2012)
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  • The Final Solution Brotherman The Final Solution Brotherman Quick View

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    The Final Solution Brotherman

    He was a pusher that became a preacher. A gangster pimp serving soup from the trunk of his Coup Deville. A mutant cross between Robin Hood and Friar Tuck. Everyman, our man on the street, Brotherman. Continuing a tradition that began with Sweet SweetbackÆs Baadasssss Song, and culminated with Shaft and Superfly, Brotherman was a blaxploitation film set to hit screens in 1975. Prior to the script being finished, the producers commissioned an original soundtrack to be performed by The Final Solution, a fledgling vocal group from ChicagoÆs west side. The ten-song album draws deeply from Curtis MayfieldÆs well, certainly, but the proof in the pudding is Carl WolfolkÆs unique guitar style, a combination of flamenco and funk that stabs around the four part harmonies.

    In classic Numero fashion, before even one foot of film was shot, the plug was pulled and the movie was cancelled. Dragged around for 30 years by songwriter and arranger Wolfolk, the tapes of his lifeÆs work have finally been mixed, and the soundtrack album has been augmented to include two orchestrated instrumentals intended for the film.

    1. Brotherman
    2. Never Coming Back Again
    3. I Don't Care
    4. Girl in My Life
    5. Gotta Get Through to You
    6. One Day
    7. I'm Ready for Love
    8. To See You Again
    9. We Can Work It Out
    10. Where There's a Will
    11. Theme from Brotherman
    12. No Place to Run
    Various Artists
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    One One One

    Jazz and metal might not appear at first to be the most obvious bedfellows, but leave it to a bunch of Norwegians to make it actually work.

    One One One is Shining's conclusion to the Blackjazz trilogy and their seventh album, and finds the band on a rare pop tip. While their standout 'In The Kingdom of Kitsch You Will Be A Monster' threw them into a soup of influences, One One One shows the band pitting their musical smarts against a (theoretically) much more simplistic mode.

    'I Won't Forget' is the album's first single, and is accompanied by a suitably Brazil-esque video that pushes the Norwegians into some kind of dystopian future-scape. Riffing as if their lives depended on it, the band muster up a sound something like Don Caballero doing a rendition of a Queens of the Stone Age track with Rob Zombie on vocals, and that can't be a bad thing.

    One One One is set for release on Prosthetic on June 4th.

    1 I Won't Forget
    2 The One Inside
    3 My Dying Drive
    4 Off the Hook
    5 Blackjazz Rebels
    6 How Your Story Ends
    7 The Hurting Game
    8 Walk Away
    9 Paint the Sky Black
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  • Paperback Ghosts Paperback Ghosts Quick View

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    Paperback Ghosts

    COMET GAIN return with their seventh album, following 2011's critically acclaimed "Howl of The Lonely Crowd". Recorded at Soup Studios with producer Simon Trought at the helm, and inspired by the psycho-geography of walks in North London woods and in the forgotten grey hinterland of the city's back streets, "Paperback Ghosts" comes soaked in autumn melancholy. Blending psychedelia, folk-rock, garage muscle and 4am sadness, the songs draw on the esoteric that lies behind the ordinary. Comet Gain are David Charlie Feck (vocals, guitar), Ben Phillipson (guitar), Rachel Evans (vocals), ex-Morrissey/The Meteors drummer Woodie Taylor (percussion), Anne Laure Guillain (keyboards) and new recruit, Clientele bassist James Hornsey - a motley group of like-minded romantics, taking pride in an abject failure to care about the normal band model.. On each album they record, Comet Gain bring together their myriad of influences, creating a cohesive aesthetic between sound, artwork, liner notes and ideas. Paperback Ghosts is no different, offering us a glimpse into a haunted half-world with its strings, yearning harmonies, 12-string acoustic guitars and half-focused vision of pianos in reverb, while remaining at heart a pop record, a richly textured affirmation of Comet Gain's twenty-year anti-career.
    1. Long After Tonite's Candles Are Blown
    2. Sad Love And Other Short Stories
    3. Behind The House She Lived In
    4. Wait 'til December
    5. Breaking Open The Head Part 1
    6. The Last Love Letter
    7. Sixteen Oh Four
    8. (All The) Avenue Girls
    9. Your Haunted Heart
    10. Far From The Pavillion
    11. An Orchid Stuck Inside Her Throat
    12. Confessions Of A Daydream
    Comet Gain
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  • The Sound Of A New World Being Born The Sound Of A New World Being Born Quick View

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    The Sound Of A New World Being Born

    Before Green Day, Operation Ivy, and Lookout Records put the East Bay's burgeoning punk scene on the map, a trio of Berkeley kids were reinventing the genre with music that was melodic but full of feedback, and a singer who sounded like he gargled glass. Crimpshrine's debut EP was Lookout's fourth release, followed by an album, a second EP, and a slew of split singles and compilation tracks before the band imploded in 1989 after a ridiculous two-and-a-half-month tour in a Ford Pinto hatchback.

    Formed around teenage binary stars Jeff Ott and Aaron Cometbus, Crimpshrine went through a series of lineups in their four-year run, utilizing future Tilt and Go Sailor bassists Pete Rypins and Paul Curran, and briefly including second guitarist Idon Bryant. Not overtly political, their fiery brand of introspective punk touched on homelessness, teenage pregnancy, drug use, friendship, isolation, and a grimy sort of romance.

    Two collections have emerged posthumously: 1992's Duct Tape Soup and 1998's The Sound Of A New World Being Born, both falling out of print in 2002.

    Ott went on to form Fifteen and author two books; Cometbus founded Pinhead Gunpowder with Billie Joe Armstrong and continues to edit his long-running fanzine.

    1. Another Day
    2. Rearranged
    3. Bricks
    4. Sleep, What's That?
    5. MSFMB
    6. 2nd Generation Junkies
    7. In My Mind
    8. Tomorrow
    9. Butterflies
    10. Situation
    11. The Direction Of Things To Come
    12. Sanctuary
    13. My Friend
    14. The Tour
    15. Easy Answers
    16. Inspiration
    Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
  • Love Somebody Today Love Somebody Today Quick View

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    Love Somebody Today


    180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl

    Includes Insert

    Including The Hits Got To Love Somebody, Reach Your Peak & Let's Go On Vacation

    Love Somebody Today is the fourth studio album by the R&B vocal group Sister Sledge. The album includes three singles: Got to Love Somebody, Reach Your Peak, and Let's Go on Vacation, which all charted on the US Pop and R&B/Soul charts from late 1979 until 1980.

    This album was both written and produced by Nile Rodgers and Bernard Edwards of the band Chic. There three single released from this album. The first was Got to Love Somebody released in 1979 peaked at number six on the R&B/Soul charts. In 1980, The second single Reach Your Peak was released; peaking at #101 on the US Pop charts and #21 on the R&B/Soul charts.

    Let's Go on Vacation, the last single released from this album failed to reach the US Pop chart but reached number sixty-three on the R&B/Soul chart. The latter was to be included on the Chic-produced soundtrack album Soup For One in 1982.

    Nile Rodgers and Bernard Edwards again properly kept the emphasis on their harmonies, interaction and vocal flexibility, and provided them with more fine material.

    1. Got To Love Somebody
    2. You Fooled Around

    3. I'm A Good Girl

    4. Easy Street

    5. Reach Your Peak

    6. Pretty Baby

    7. How To Love

    8. Let's Go On Vacation
    Sister Sledge
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  • The Ventures Christmas Album The Ventures Christmas Album Quick View

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    The Ventures Christmas Album

    As rocks biggest-selling and most influential instrumental combo, the Ventures are one of Americas most iconic bands. Long before anyone had heard of the Beatles, the Ventures influenced kids around the world to invest in electric guitars. The quartet delivered a sleek, instantly recognizable sound whose influence spread as far as Japan, where they remain bigger-than-life superstars. Having recently celebrated the groups 50th anniversary as well as their induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, the Ventures continue to exercise a massive influence on nearly every instrumental guitar band that followed them.

    The Ventures were also one of the first rock acts to conquer the album market, selling large quantities of their LPs at a time when rock n roll was still largely a singles medium. One of the bands best-loved longplayers is The Ventures Christmas Album. Originally released in 1965, it finds the foursomefeaturing the legendary guitar-slinging frontline of Bob Bogle, Nokie Edwards and Don Wilsonapplying their trademark style to a dozen familiar yuletide tunes, including Sleigh Ride, Santa Claus Is Comin to Town, Jingle Bells and White Christmas. The Ventures soup up these seasonal standards by adding snazzy guitar phrases that quote then-current rock n roll hits by the likes of the Beatles, the Searchers and Johnny Rivers, as well as a few older Ventures classics.

    In the years since its release, The Ventures Christmas Album has remained a holiday favorite, as well as one of the most popular items in the bands catalog. Tracks from the album continue to grace the radio airwaves during the holiday season, and are regularly included on Christmas-themed compilation albums. But the best way to experience these instrumental gems is on the complete original vinyl LP. Sundazed Music has mastered this vintage gem from the original analog tapes and pressed it on 180 gram vinyl, with complete original cover art.

    1. Sleigh Ride
    2. Snow Flakes
    3. Santa Claus Is Comin' to Town
    4. Jingle Bells
    5. Jingle Bell Rock
    6. Silver Bells
    7. Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer
    8. Frosty, the Snowman
    9. Scrooge
    10. Blue Christmas
    11. We Wish You a Merry Christmas
    12. White Christmas
    Ventures, The
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  • Frankenchrist Frankenchrist Quick View

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    Remastered And Available In A Deluxe Gatefold Sleeve

    Released after a three-year studio hiatus, this album picks up right where Plastic Surgery Disasters left off. As always, the lyrics are among the most literate and angry in all of rock & roll. Goons of Hazard scores the culture of guns and the rednecks who love them, utilizing full-textured hard rock to set the verses. Soup Is Good Food lacerates the concept of disposable people in disposable jobs, pairing this idea with repeated guitar riff-based music that suggests a nightmare version of 1960s songs. Jock-O-Rama excoriates organized sports and macho attitudes; musically, the outer sections wed rockabilly and hardcore influences, sandwiching a slow middle section that spoofs martial numbers like Barry Sadler's Ballad of the Green Berets. This Could Be Anywhere has critical lyrics about racism and classicism set to music highly reminiscent of the Sex Pistols. Hellnation has garbled, wide-range, muckracking verses set to stun-speed punk that recalls numbers from In God We Trust Inc.

    The excellent MTV -- Get Off the Air lambastes the corporate influences on rock & roll; musically, the song exhibits a tripartite structure, using a vacuously poppy opening, a speed hardcore central section, and a mid-tempo rocking finale that prominently features trumpet (a very brief coda reprise of hardcore ends the number). The finest selection on this album (and perhaps in the whole Dead Kennedys' canon) is the anthemic Stars and Stripes of Corruption. This number also utilizes a three-part construct, consisting here of a hard-rocking midsection flanked by faster, punk-oriented material. The verses here are stunningly detailed, describing what the band believes is wrong with the United States and what the solutions should be. This wonderful and challenging album is very highly recommended.

    - David Cleary (All Music Guide)

    1. Soup Is Good Food
    2. Hellnation
    3. This Could Be Anywhere (This Could Be Everywhere)
    4. A Growing Boy Needs His Lunch
    5. Chicken Farm
    6. Jock-O-Rama (Invasion Of The Beef Patrol)
    7. Goons Of Hazzard
    8. MTV - Get Off The Air
    9. At My Job
    10. Stars And Stripes Of Corruption
    Dead Kennedys
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  • Mysteries Mysteries Quick View

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    East London's Tigercats return with their new album and first release for Fortuna POP! Mysteries is vividly emotional and sonical-ly expansive, blending the very best of indiepop with complex song structures, lush production and beautiful arrangements. Tigercats combine the talents of songwriter, singer and guitarist Duncan Barrett with his brother Giles on bass, Laura Kovic on keyboards and vocals, and Jonny Evans on drums, as well as recent recruit Paul Rains from Allo Darlin' on guitar. And on Mysteries they're joined by living legend Terry Edwards (Gallon Drunk / Tindersticks), who contributes saxo-phone and trumpet on several tracks. Tigercats have toured across Europe, playing at Primavera and appearing on Spanish TV, while back in the UK they've appeared at both Indietracks and End of the Road festivals. Many of the songs on the album have been live sta-ples, starting off one way and mutating in to something totally different, giving the songs time to grow and develop before heading in to the studio. And once they did head in, bassist Giles Barrett's day job at London's legendary Soup Studios allowed the band nearly unlimited time to get deeper in to the recording process - so deep that it verged on insanity. Mysteries is the sound of a band of outstanding musicians fulfilling their potential and using their talents in the studio to realise their musical vision, retaining their infectious hooks, their heart and their sheer danceability, and coupling it with a bright new contempo-rary sound. Superbly crafted and full of personality, Tigercats' second album suggests that they won't remain a mystery much longer.
    1. Junior Champion
    2. Laura And Cesar
    3. King Of Vic
    4. Globe Town
    5. Call Me If You Need Me
    6. Wheezer
    7. Too Sad To Tell You
    8. Sleeping In The Back Seat
    9. So Haunted
    10. Wendy And Lisa
    Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
  • FRKWYS Vol. 12: We Know Each Other Somehow FRKWYS Vol. 12: We Know Each Other Somehow Quick View

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    FRKWYS Vol. 12: We Know Each Other Somehow

    We Know Each Other Somehow is the twelfth volume of FRKWYS, the music,
    film, and event series celebrating intergenerational collaboration. For this
    installment, RVNG Intl. offers a collection of original compositions by Robert
    Aiki Aubrey Lowe and Ariel Kalma.

    In the four decades since Ariel Kalma's debut album, the privately
    pressed Le Temps des Moissons, the French-born Kalma musician has
    circulated corners of culture now legend: intrepid excursions as a spiritual
    explorer through India and New York in the 1970s, a studio staff position
    at the Groupe de Researches Musicales (Pierre Henry's famous musicconcrete
    laboratory at INA studios), and training with music / mind /
    meditation institute Arica.

    The genesis of this FRKWYS collaboration was inspired in part by Robert
    Aiki Aubrey Lowe's first release under his own name, the widely regarded fulllength
    Timon Irnok Manta, released for Type in 2012. The album paired two
    strobing, drone-oriented pieces in an uncategorizable combine of ambient
    synthesizer-music and pulsing rhythms. Lowe also performs his vocal-based
    compositions as Lichens and is a frequent collaborator with Om and Nurse
    With Wound.

    Chance travel landed Lowe and Kalma in San Francisco at the same time
    shortly after the collaboration idea was seeded. Upon meeting, Kalma was
    endeared by Lowe's unique set-up, a portable modular synth unit housed in
    a vintage luggage case. Kalma recalled his own adventures when he traveled
    with just a Revox tape-delay machine and saxophone.

    Plans were soon settled to record in Kalma's home studio in Main
    Arm, a remote community on the eastern Australian coast, around Lowe's
    serendipitous tour dates with Om. The pastoral life that Kalma had settled
    into eons earlier vastly informed the character of the recording. Similarly
    mined by Ariel Kalma in his 1978 album Osmose, itself a collaboration with
    sculptor Richard Tinti, field recordings are embraced throughout We Know
    Each Other Somehow as a key harmonic and timbral element with which to

    Described by Lowe in the liner notes as the "collective voice," these
    birdsongs, creeks, tributaries and other ambient sonics of Main Arm appear
    throughout the album in processed and pure form. Wind instruments and
    signal sources are modulated, modified and sustained ad infinitum, cohering
    the choir of mother earth with the collaborators' own.

    We Know Each Other Somehow is accompanied by a feature length
    exploratory documentary based on the collaboration. Titled Sunshine Soup
    and directed by multitalented designers / artists Misha Hollenbach and
    Johann Rashid, the non-linear film is keyed to the outer-boundary music
    created by Lowe and Kalma.

    Following up his 2014 archival collection An Evolutionary Music (Original
    Recordings 1972 - 1979), Kalma found an ideal collaborator in Lowe and an
    ideal opportunity to innovate in the field of modularly synthesized electronic
    music which he helped pioneer. Voyaging along parallel paths until now, We
    Know Each Other Somehow shows these artists summoning another world
    in an otherworldly part of the planet, merging the collective voice with their

    1. Magick Creek
    2. Mille Voix
    3. Gongmo Kalma Lowe
    4. Strange Dreams
    5. Wasp Happening
    6. Miracle Mile
    7. Palo Alter Reality (Bonus Track)
    Robert Aiki, Aubrey Lowe & Ariel Kalma
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  • Roxy & Elsewhere Roxy & Elsewhere Quick View

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    Roxy & Elsewhere

    This mostly live set features Zappa performing with the popular Mothers of Invention line-up of the early 70's--including jazz-funk meister George Duke, Napolean Murphy Brock on saxophone, and Ruth Underwood on percussion. Highlights include the souped-up funk of Pygmy Twylyte, burning renditions of favorites Penguin in Bondage and More Trouble Every Day, and the hilarious monster movie tribute Cheepnis. Duke steals the show on several tracks, and Zappa's guitar work and master of ceremonies showmanship is in top form. -Andrew Boscardin
    1. Penguin In Bondage
    2. Pygmy Twylyte
    3. Dummy Up
    4. Village Of The Sun
    5. Echidna's Arf (Of You)
    6. Don't You Ever Wash That Thing?
    7. Cheepnis
    8. Son Of Orange County
    9. More Trouble Every Day
    10. Be-Bop Tango (Of The Old Jazzmen's Church)
    Frank Zappa
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    Panda Bear Meets The Grim Reaper

    Domino is pleased to announce the release of Panda Bear Meets The Grim Reaper, the
    fifth studio album from Animal Collective founding member and critically acclaimed solo artist Noah

    Noah Lennox, a.k.a. Panda Bear, has had a far-from-quiet few years with the release of his fourth solo
    record, 2011's Tomboy. Since the breakout success of 2007's universally-adored Person Pitch, each new
    Panda Bear release is a highly anticipated event, and a high-profile Daft Punk collaboration later ("Doin'
    It Right," from 2013's Random Access Memories), that's more the case than ever.

    Panda Bear Meets The Grim Reaper finds our hero leaving the airy minimalism of Tomboy and unpacking
    his sonic toolbox again, rearranging the multitude of his disparate influences into the ever-morphing
    concoction he refers to as "the soup." Old school hip-hop textures and production techniques meld with
    the intuitive, cyclical melodies he has become known for a sound that is at once dense and playful.
    The album signifies a pivotal point for an artist who has proven he can continue to evolve while
    remaining at the top of his game. As Noah says, "It's sort of marking change - not necessarily an
    absolute death, but the ending of something, and hopefully the beginning of something else."

    1. Sequential Circuits
    2. Mr Noah
    3. Davy Jones' Locker
    4. Crosswords
    5. Butcher Baker Candlestick Maker
    6. Boys Latin
    7. Come To Your Senses
    8. Tropic Of Cancer
    9. Shadow Of The Colossus
    10. Lonely Wanderer
    11. Principe Real
    12. Selfish Gene
    13. Acid Wash
    Panda Bear
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    Tender Prey

    It was Tender Prey that raised the delightfully unlikely specter of Nick Cave the pop star. What was even better was that the song that damn near did it--The Mercy Seat--was an epic litany relating the thoughts of a condemned prisoner awaiting his walk to the electric chair. The Mercy Seat is Cave and his Bad Seeds at their best: the former leavening his mordant tale with grim wit (A ragged cup, a twisted mop . . . the face of Jesus in my soup), the latter conjuring an appropriately demented squall of electric guitars and violins. Tender Prey was a massively important album for Cave: for the first time, he is unabashed about projecting his bleak and often misunderstood sense of humor and his ability to write as good a pop tune as anyone. Tender Prey is the beginning of Cave's voyage toward acceptance by the general public and perhaps himself. Everything good he's done since--and there's been an impressive amount--starts here. --Andrew Mueller
    1. The Mercy Seat
    2. Up Jumped The Devil
    3. Deanna
    4. Watching Alice
    5. Mercy
    6. City Of Refuge
    7. Slowly Goes The Night
    8. Sunday's Slave
    9. Sugar Sugar Sugar
    10. New Morning
    Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds
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    How I Learned To Write Backwards

    Available On Vinyl Again For The First Time In Over A Decade

    The Aislers Set occupy an enviable place in the pop pantheon. Brimming with
    drunken romanticism, sharp pop sensibilities, and timeless melodies, The Aislers
    Set reveled in the history of great pop, spiking their classicist 60s-tinged tunes
    with pure post-punk energy and originality of bands like the Fire Engines and
    The June Brides. Every song is a meticulously constructed sound world, where the
    arrangement and instrumentation sublimely and uncannily bring each tune to

    Edgy and baroque, the band's final release How I Learned To Write Backwards
    expertly wound together countless strands of pop history with personality and
    atmosphere. Using the past as inspiration rather than blueprint, the echoes you
    might hear of Phil Spector's Wall of Sound or Laura Nyro's soulful lyricism are
    so well-integrated into The Aislers' sound that they're more akin to the spice in
    the stew rather than the stock of the soup.

    Although they stopped playing and recording together by 2004 due to life
    commitments, their reputation has only grown; sporadic reunion shows and
    mini-tours have been met with rapturous response. Alas, Suicide Squeeze is
    proud to present the 2014 reissue of the seminal album "How I Learned To Write
    Backwards" remastered and resequenced by John Greenham at Infrasonic
    Sound in Los Angeles, and on vinyl LP again for the first time in over a decade.
    The band will play a select set of shows this fall, and Suicide Squeeze and
    Slumberland Records will be teaming up to co-release a new album of singles
    and rarities to be released in early 2015.

    1. Catherine Says
    2. Emotional Levy
    3. Languor in the Balcony
    4. Mission Bells
    5. Melody Not Malaise
    6. The Train
    7. Attraction Action Reaction
    8. The Train #2
    9. Through the Swells
    10. Unfinished Paintings
    11. Sara's Song
    The Aislers Set
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    Dan Dyer

    It may be generalizing. Hopefully it isn't offensive. But let's face it: Dan Dyer has one hell of a soulful voice for a white guy. It's a soulful voice for anybody. But for a white guy?! Close your eyes and you're likely to picture something more along the lines of Al Green or Stevie Wonder or Sly Stone than some east Texan around 40 years old. But this is Dan Dyer's gift - a voice oozing soul along with deeply introspective, serious songwriting.

    Dyer was born and raised in the small east Texas town of Tool. He was given a guitar at age 5 but didn't learn to play until he was 18 and had moved to Austin, Texas. It was there that he began to study music seriously, attacking the guitar, and exploring his until-then untapped singing and songwriting powers.

    While attending Texas State in San Marcos, Texas, Dyer formed a band, Breedlove, with guitarist Tyrone Vaughan (son of Jimmie Vaughan), drummer Jason White, keyboardist Ezra Reynolds and bassist Josh Dawkins. The group developed a dedicated following and released Reach Out in 1996 before disbanding in 1998.

    From there, Dyer moved to New York City and began writing commercial music jingles, having songs placed in marketing campaigns for Budweiser, Chevrolet, Dr. Pepper and Campbell's Soup. While there, Lenny Kravitz, who had just begun a Warner Bros. imprint called Roxie Records, signed Dyer and produced his What Lies Beneath record in 2004, the first release on the label. Kravitz co-wrote four of the songs with Dyer and also played guitar on the record.

    After touring for a year behind What Lies Beneath, Dyer moved to St. Louis and started a family. In 2007, he returned to Austin where he'd reunited with friend David Boyle, who recorded and produced Dyer in his converted-church studio for the self-titled Dan Dyer. The record was released in 2008 on Fat Caddy Records. From the chain gang-inspired sound of Love Chain to the gospel-tinged I Walk On Gilded Splinters and Stewart Copeland-esque syncopations of Play On Little Children, Dyer and Boyle weave a diverse fabric that extends beyond conventional musical boundaries.

    This title is not eligible for discount.

    1. Prisoner Of Fear
    2. Howling Wind
    3. Come Home
    4. Come Home Pt. 2
    5. Reach Out
    Dan Dyer
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    Whatever Will Happen

    I was walking to the post office a few months ago when I saw 5 unkempt
    figures heading my way. As they got closer, I recognized these guys. They had
    played at our gallery last month, fogged the windows up good. Captivated the
    crowd with their impossibly balanced creation of modern and classic, a blend of
    Steely Dan cool and General Public pop, Squeezish hooks and Aztec Camera
    guitar flair. It was like a crash course in 60s pop, 70s avant-garde, 80s new wave
    and 90s popkid charm, with that unmistakable Puget Sound flavor. They were iji.

    Iji's a band projecting their own brand of pop, nudging the genre into the
    comfort zone of a punk community, embracing a desire for rack-a-chack, ethereal
    and naivist sounds often unexplored by contemporaries.

    Back on the sidewalk, I asked them what they were doing back in town.
    Apparently after the Team Love show the band had decided to go night swimming.
    Oblivious to the magical, secluded moonlit respite where the river bends wide or
    the lake meets the shallow cliff, iji wound up breaking into the local community
    pool, immediately getting arrested by the local community cops, and spending the
    night in the local community clink.    Now, rather than being out on tour in some
    distant state or country spreading their transcendental party music, they had routed
    themselves back up Hudson Valley way to appear in court and find that their
    punishment was, essentially, all the cash in their merch box. A bummer; quickly
    diverted by throwing together a few last minute shows and cruising on.

    Shortly after this chance encounter Quarterbacks Dean came by the shop
    and said he had heard the new iji album and did I want to give it a listen. I said
    something like, fuck yeah, and that was that.

    Zach Burba, the founder of iji, is what you might call a lifer. Iji is always
    in a state of 'to be continued,' in the way that a journeyman is always and
    perpetually transitioning into the master. They've put out numerous albums, singles,
    cassettes, and splits over the past 10 years; toured coast to coast playing DIY
    venues and houses where restrictions don't apply. This type of DIY pop is a
    lifestyle; it's Kokopelli roaming the countryside sharing a song in exchange for a
    roof and a bowl of soup.

    On Whatever Will Happen, iji has whipped a notebook full of travel
    poems into a full-length American Experimental Highway Pop Opus. The band's
    eleventh or twelfth album is the first one recorded at Anacortes, Washington's The
    Unknown Music Studio with a solid line-up, the Seattle underground music scene's
    best players. Jake Jones and Curran Foster from Sick Sad World, Will Murdoch
    from Pill Wonder, Evan Easthope from Neighbors, Erin Birgy of Mega Bog, plus a
    handful of jazz horn players and inspired back-up singers. Whatever Will Happen
    speeds past quiet beaches with soft-rock wind in the hair, through mountain passes
    with windows-down-power-pop, into seedy cities with free-jazz flavor and shameless
    disco grooves.

    The next time iji come to town, I'm going to take them up to the ridge and
    show them a real swimming hole, something that's locals-only and worthy of their
    greatness. And with that said, let's wrap this up by stating that Team Love is proud
    to announce the release of Whatever Will Happen.

    1. Cruisin USA
    2. Cool Moves
    3. All The Light
    4. Hard 2 Wait
    5. Parking Lot Palms
    6. Something Else
    7. Eastern Beach
    8. Dark Session
    9. Crumbs and Wires
    10. Bound 2 Glory
    11. They Play
    12. Let Fire Come
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