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  • Take Me To The Other Side EP (Discontinued) Take Me To The Other Side EP (Discontinued) Quick View

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    Take Me To The Other Side EP (Discontinued)

    Third 12 single for Glass Records released in 1988. Contains Take Me To The Other Side along with The Perfect Prescription out-take unfinished instrumental (late nite homage to Stax Records' heyday) Soul 1 and That's Just Fine.
    Side A:
    1. Take Me To The Other Side
    Side B:
    1. Soul 1
    2. That's Just Fine
    Spacemen 3
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    12 Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
  • Songs In A&E Songs In A&E Quick View

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    Songs In A&E

    Who would have thought that Jason Pierce's Spiritualized would have had any life in them after the rather uninspiring Amazing Grace in 2003? In the intervening five years, Pierce nearly died from double pneumonia. Near death experiences by their very nature are life-changing events. The music on Songs in A&E were recorded in that aftermath, but most of the album was written two years before he got sick; with so much of it about near death and survival, it feels like life imitating art. From the first notes of Sweet Talk, it's obvious that a very different Spiritualized is up and about; an acoustic guitar, a sparse drum kit, the voice quartet, a few horns, and a minimal bassline fuel it. Pierce sweetly croons to a loved one in waltz time; his words are
    simultaneously appeasing and accusatory. The gospel chorus isn't as overblown as it was on Amazing Grace or Let It Come Down. They are in a support role, offering Pierce's reedy voice a fullness and authority it wouldn't have otherwise. The arrangement is lilting but powerful. How strange, then, the sounds of a ventilator that usher in the next track Death Take Your Fiddle: I think I'll drink myself into a coma/And I'll take every way out I can find/But morphine, codeine, Whisky, they won't alter/The way I feel/Now death is not around...Death take your fiddle/And play a song for me. Minor-key acoustic
    guitar and ghostly bass frame Pierce singing a mutant folk-blues that evokes Gary Davis' Death Don't Have No Mercy. The backing vocals float
    wordlessly like death angels, hovering around the vocalist and giving the tune an otherworldly quality.


    But this isn't a song about dying; it's a song about coming close and cheating it; it's eerie. The proof? The next two tracks: I Gotta Fire, and Soul on
    Fire. The former is a taut, Gimme Shelter-esque rocker, the latter, a lush, uptempo love song. Sitting on Fire is a beautifully orchestrated love song:
    it's an admission of weakness and codependency but celebrates both of them at the same time: Baby, I'm sitting on fire/but the flames put a hole in my
    heart/when we're together we stand so tall/But a part of me falls to the floor/Sets me free /I do believe it'll burn up in me for the rest of my life. Strings,
    vibes, marimbas, and drums crash in to the center of the mix carrying the protagonist into oblivion. Yeah, Yeah is a scorching rocker that feels like the
    Bad Seeds meeting the old Spacemen 3. You Lie You Cheat, crashes in Velvets style with acoustic guitar and screeching feedback. The chorus sings
    atop a flailing drum kit, distorted strings, and wailing electric guitar. The marimbas and strings that power Baby, I'm Just a Fool, sweetly underscore a
    very dark pop song, complete with da-do-da-do-dat det-det-do's. It descends into beautifully textured chaos led by a loopy violin solo over seven
    minutes. Songs in A&E is the most consistent recording Spiritualized has issued since 1997's Ladies and Gentlemen We Are Floating in Space. It
    contains the best elements of the band's signature sound, and paradoxically hedonistic yet utterly spiritual lyric themes. That said, newly focused energy,
    willfully restrained arrangements, and taut compositions give the set a sheer emotional power that no Spiritualized recording has ever displayed before,
    making it, quite possibly, their finest outing yet.

    - Thomas Jurek (All Music)

    LP1
    1. Harmony 1 (Mellotron)
    2. Sweet Talk
    3. Death Take Your Fiddle
    4. I Gotta Fire
    5. Soul on Fire
    6. Harmony 2 (Piano)
    7. Sitting on Fire
    8. Yeah Yeah
    9. You Lie You Cheat


    LP2
    1. Harmony 3 (Voice)
    2. Baby I'm Just a Fool
    3. Don't Hold Me Close
    4. Harmony 4 (The Old Man )
    5. The Waves Crash In
    6. Harmony 5 (Accordion)
    7. Borrowed Your Gun
    8. Harmony 6 (Glockenspiel)
    9. Goodnight Goodnight

    Spiritualized
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  • Ladies And Gentlemen We Are Floating In Space Ladies And Gentlemen We Are Floating In Space Quick View

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    Ladies And Gentlemen We Are Floating In Space

    Originally released in 1997 (on the same day as OK Computer), Ladies And Gentlemen We Are Floating In Space is the 3rd album from Jason Pierce's post-Spacemen 3 project, and his most brilliant work to date. A hypnotic, narcotic, psychedelic gospel album full of confessional songs about heartbreak and drug abuse. This record is a flat out masterpiece that received a 10.0 rating from Pitchfork.
    1. Ladies and Gentlemen We Are Floating in Space (I Can't Help Falling in Love)
    2. Come Together
    3. I Think I'm in Love
    4. All of My Thoughts
    5. Stay with Me
    6. Electricity
    7. Home of the Brave
    8. The Individual
    9. Broken Heart
    10. No God Only Religion
    11. Cool Waves
    12. Cop Shoot Cop
    Spiritualized
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    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
  • Performance (Discontinued) Performance (Discontinued) Quick View

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    Performance (Discontinued)

    Recorded in Amsterdam in 1988, the live Performance documents a set from the Perfect Prescription tour; the emphasis here is on the group's loud, noisy origins, a hopped up version of the bands more woozy recorded output. Among the highlights: Take Me to the Other Side, Walkin' With Jesus and Come Together. Beautifully recorded and featuring the band at their live best. Reissued on 180g vinyl.
    1. Mary-Anne

    2. Come Together

    3. Things'll Never Be the Same

    4. Take Me to the Other Side

    5. Rollercoaster

    6. Starship

    7. Walkin' with Jesus
    Spacemen 3
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    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
  • West West Quick View

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    West

    Wooden Shjips, as it is today, started in 2006. The band self released a 10 and 7 that year and started playing shows shortly thereafter. Prior to 2006, Wooden Shjips was an experiment in primitive and minimalist rock. After it imploded, Ripley Johnson, guitar and vocals, assembled the current lineup of Dusty Jermier on bass, Nash Whalen on organ, and Omar Ahsanuddin on drums. West marks the first time the band recorded in a proper studio, as well as the first time with an engineer (Phil Manley). All previous recordings, either self-released, for Holy Mountain, or Mexican Summer were done more piecemeal in the bands rehearsal studio. West was recorded and mixed in six days at Lucky Cat Studios in San Francisco. It was mastered by Sonic Boom at Blanker Unisinn, Brooklyn, with additional mastering by Heba Kadry at The Lodge in New York.


    The over riding theme for the album (as indicated by the title) is the American West, and all of the mythology, romanticism, and idealism that it embodies. The band members grew up on the East Coast, so for a long time the history and literature of the West was an abstraction and a fascination for them. Part of the allure of the West, which is part of the myth, is the concept of Manifest Destiny, the vastness, and the possibilities for reinvention, which is not to say that is what each song is specifically about, but it was very much an undercurrent during the songwriting of the album. The artwork also touches on the same theme by using an iconic structure that is both a gateway in a literal and metaphorical sense.


    It is easy to see why these would appeal to Wooden Shjips, as their music lends itself to exploration. It is both transformative and transporting, the sum being far greater than its parts. The steady driving rhythms are the elliptical motion machine driven by the often thick and distorted guitar lines, melodic and boundless. Where they may lead cannot be anticipated but following them is exhilarating. It is all about getting there, the destination, while the experience of getting there is an adventure. It is the guitar lines that guide both the listener and the band on the literal and metaphorical journey into the vastness. The ghostly vocals, obscured by dense layers of instruments surrounding them, are alluring with their airy mystery. This elusive quality further draws the listener in, while they attempt to grasp at their meaning. While indebted to both the psych music of the 60s and mid-70s, electric Neil Young, and even the induced travels of Spacemen 3, the Wooden Shjips music is modern and in every way their own. West is an epic journey to the edge and beyond.

    1. Black Smoke Rise
    2. Crossing
    3. Lazy Bones
    4. Home
    5. Flight
    6. Looking Out
    7. Rising
    Wooden Shjips
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  • Ladies And Gentlemen We Are Floating In Space Ladies And Gentlemen We Are Floating In Space Quick View

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    Ladies And Gentlemen We Are Floating In Space

    Originally released in 1997 (on the same day as OK Computer), Ladies And Gentlemen We Are Floating In Space is the 3rd album from Jason Pierce's post-Spacemen 3 project, and his most brilliant work to date. A hypnotic, narcotic, psychedelic gospel album full of confessional songs about heartbreak and drug abuse. This record is a flat out masterpiece that received a 10.0 rating from Pitchfork. Reissued on 180g vinyl in deluxe packaging including reproductions of the original inner sleeves and insert.
    1. Ladies and Gentlemen We Are Floating in Space (I Can't Help Falling in Love)
    2. Come Together
    3. I Think I'm in Love
    4. All of My Thoughts
    5. Stay with Me
    6. Electricity
    7. Home of the Brave
    8. The Individual
    9. Broken Heart
    10. No God Only Religion
    11. Cool Waves
    12. Cop Shoot Cop
    Spiritualized
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    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
  • The Call Of The Cosmos The Call Of The Cosmos Quick View

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    The Call Of The Cosmos

    Lavishing in pop structures but drawing in myriad influences to the wondrous black hole, The Call Of The Cosmos features some shimmering spaciousness but also sleazy exotica-themes, not unlike a Lee Hazelwood production infected with Joe Meek s ghost. Roswell s own songwriting and voice recalls a solar-fried Bobby Gillespie, an artist he no doubt originally influenced with the Spacemen 3. Elsewhere, there s truly psychedelic excursions into outsiderdom which come off like the The Seeds mutating ever larger into lysergic-dipped monsters.
    1. Interplanetary Spaceliner
    2. Give Peace Another Chance
    3. The Girl From Orbit
    4. Asteroid No. B 612
    5. Island Of Ether
    6. Tripmaker
    7. Outskirts Of Infinity
    8. Counter Clock World
    9. Time Is Of The Essence
    Sterling Roswell
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  • In Limbo In Limbo Quick View

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    In Limbo

    Recorded during the summer of 2011 in a converted barn in rural Connecticut, In Limbo puts pop and tribal elements to the fore. The density and layers of the band's morphing keyboards, driving synths and jungle drums let their finely arranged vocals sit gloriously on top, each member's contribution shining through.



    In Limbo was mixed and produced in collaboration with Sonic Boom (Spacemen 3, Spectrum).

    1. Better
    2. Come Back
    3. Charlie
    4. Electric
    5. Huh
    6. In Limbo
    7. Sleep Is Noise
    8. Unable
    9. Why, Why, Why
    10. Roses & Wine
    11. Fire
    Teen
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  • Easter Everywhere (Colored) (Out Of Stock) Easter Everywhere (Colored) (Out Of Stock) Quick View

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    Easter Everywhere (Colored) (Out Of Stock)


    The 13th Floor Elevators 1967 Masterpiece On 180 Gram Gold Vinyl For The First Time Ever


    Mastered on 180-gram audiophile-quality vinyl from masters mixed to stereo from the original 1967 Andrus Studios session multitracks by IA producer Ray Rush at Autumn Sound Studios during November 1976.


    The only 13th Floor Elevators LP to make the Billboard chart captures the group at their absolute peak. Released in November 1967, a year after their debut LP 'Psychedelic Sounds', the band, critics and fans alike consider 'Easter Everywhere' to be the Elevator's finest work.


    Produced by Lelan Rogers, the music is delivered with an informed power and intensity of knowing. Even the quieter tracks, 'Dust' and 'Had To Tell You' display a restrained beauty and purity of vision which perfectly counterbalance the intensity of 'Earthquake' and 'Slip Inside This House'.


    Genre-defining, pioneering, unique and utterly timeless, The 13th Floor Elevators continue to influence and inspire new generations of musicians.


    R.E.M, The Jesus And Mary Chain, Primal Scream, ZZ Top, Spacemen 3, Echo and the Bunnymen, Julian Cope and many more have covered their songs.

    1. Slip Inside This House
    2. Slide Machine
    3. She Lives In ( A Time Of Her Own)
    4. Nobody To Love
    5. Baby Blue
    6. Earthquake
    7. Dust
    8. I've Got Levitation
    9. I Had To Tell You
    10. Postures (Leave Your Body Behind)
    13th Floor Elevators
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    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Temporarily out of stock
  • The Parable Of Arable Land (Out of Stock) The Parable Of Arable Land (Out of Stock) Quick View

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    The Parable Of Arable Land (Out of Stock)

    Mono & Stereo


    The Red Krayola were a band at the very cutting edge of psychedelic music and have been
    described as the 'notorious self-styled bastard sons of the hippie dream'. They broke
    boundaries, unleashed a free-form anti rock noise on un suspecting audiences, took to the
    stage with an experimental ensemble called the Familiar Ugly and all this in conservative
    1967 Houston.


    This their first, and finest album from 1967, recorded for Independent Artists Records, in which leader Mayo Thompson leads them amongst the freak outs in a selection of enduring songs such as the much copied 'Hurricane Fighter Plane' and 'War Sucks'.


    This release is a deluxe gatefold two record edition featuring both the mono and stereo
    versions.


    It was lovingly re-mastered from the original tapes by devoted fan, Sonic Boom of
    Spacemen Three who considers the band the greatest and yet least recognised of the
    great 60s experimenters and visionaries.

    LP1 - Stereo
    1. Free Form Freak-Out
    2. Hurricane Fighter Plane
    3. Free Form Freak-Out
    4. Transparent Radiation
    5. Free Form Freak-Out
    6. War Sucks
    7. Free Form Freak-Out
    8. Free Form Freak-Out
    9. Pink Stainless Tail
    10. Free Form Freak-Out
    11. Parable of Arable Land
    12. Free Form Freak-Out
    13. Former Reflections Enduring Doubt


    LP2 - Mono
    1. Free Form Freak-Out
    2. Hurricane Fighter Plane
    3. Free Form Freak-Out
    4. Transparent Radiation
    5. Free Form Freak-Out
    6. War Sucks
    7. Free Form Freak-Out
    8. Free Form Freak-Out
    9. Pink Stainless Tail
    10. Free Form Freak-Out
    11. Parable of Arable Land
    12. Free Form Freak-Out
    13. Former Reflections Enduring Doubt

    The Red Krayola
    $31.99
    Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Temporarily out of stock
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