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It's the Big Joyous Celebration, Let's Stir The HoneypotFirst Full-length Album Since 2012 Hiatus
Pressed On Colored Vinyl
Packaged In A 350 GSM Jacket
Includes a 24" x 24" Insert And 10 Page Comic Book
Teen Suicide's new album, It's the Big Joyous Celebration, Let's Stir the Honeypot is also, according to the band, their final record. Recorded over fourteen months with a Robert Altman-sized group of collaborators and performers, it's both a skeleton key for the band's earlier work & a great corrective addition to it. Updating rather than refuting all of the past themes and styles of their revered first LP "i will be my own hell because there is a devil inside my body" and numerous EPs, Big Joyous Celebration shifts between punk, noise, country, house & a myriad of other electric dance genres to create something as messy, sprawling, and captivating as its mouthful of a title. Spread over twenty six tracks, there is plenty that Teen Suicide's swansong has to say for itself in the band's distinct, captivating, and refreshingly enjoyable voice.LP 1
1. Living Proof
2. The Big Joyous Celebration
5. Obvious Love
6. It's Just a Pop Song
8. Wild Thing Runs Free
9. Bright Blue Pickup Truck
10. Big Mistake
11. What You Want
13. Neighborhood Drug Dealer
1. Have a Conversation
6. The Things I Love Are Killing Me
7. Falling Out Of Love With Me
8. I Don't Think It's Too Late
9. Long Way Down
10. My Little World
11. The Hurricane
12. The Stomach Of The Earth
13. If I Don't See You Before You Leave$27.99Colored Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
dc snuff film / waste yrselfFor as long as they've been a band, teen suicide's catalog has been as alluring as it has been elusive. Now the first time, two of the band's most sought after early EPs, dc snuff film and waste yrself, will be available together across all formats via Run For Cover Records this winter.
These 18 tracks have been remastered to provide the best sound quality possible while still retaining the noisy, lo-fi sound that is an integral part of the teen suicide's essence. This collection will feature brand new artwork, including never-before seen photos & a lyric sheet for both EPs in one volume.1. everything is fine
2. dont like me
3. bad news
4. serfs up
5. skate witches
7. oh my god
10. im so fucking bored
11. lonely boy goes to a rave
13. haunt me (x 3)
14. everything is going to hell
15. falling in love
16. salvia plath
17. doing all the things i used to do with people, part 2
18. we found two dead swans and filled their bodies with flowers
19. doing all the things i used to do with people, part 2 (acoustic/rooftop version)$17.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
i will be my own hell because there is a devil inside my bodyTeen suicide's first & only proper album, 'i will be my own hell because there is a devil inside my body', has been a sought after release for many collectors after it's ultra-limited vinyl release in 2012. Now, Run For Cover Records will be reissuing my own hell, with remastered audio, expanded artwork and 8 never-before-issued bonus tracks. Across the album's 10 songs, the band displays a knack for different sounds and styles. Intimate, keyboard driven tracks like 'cop graveyard' and 'grim reaper' sit beside more energetic full-band outings like 'dead bird skeleton and 'give me back to the sky', the latter even adding an evocative viola, piano and choral arrangement to it's chaotic center.
It's to the band's credit that their more outrÉ moments feel necessary, not distracting. What becomes clear upon listening to 'my own hell' is that beneath the dreamy haze & noisy apathy of teen suicide's recordings exist ernest, extremely well-written pop songs that reflect and express the uncertainty and desperation of reality.1. 'anne'
2. give me back to the sky
3. have you been eating that sandwich again?
4. the way we were with people
5. cop graveyard
6. dan collins vs. the maryland judicial system
7. dead bird skeleton
8. grim reaper
9. the same things happening to me all the time, even in my dreams
11. dead cat
12. spooky ghost
13. no, the moon
14. i am my own hell
15. afterlife dating
16. if i cleaned everything
18. yr glow (acoustic demo)$17.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
The Black Market"There's a lot of raw emotion on this record," begins Rise Against singer and guitarist Tim McIlrath as he describes the Chicago punks' highly anticipated
and searing new album, The Black Market on Interscope Records. "It's a raw nerve," he clarifies, "it's going to be a hard thing to ignore."
These words should not be taken lightly. After 15 years, and six incendiary albums, Rise Against have become one of the most successful, challenging
and revered punk rock bands on the planet. While selling four million albums globally across their last four releases - with 2011's Endgame debuting at
number one in Germany and Canada, and number two on the U.S. Billboard charts - they've also always adhered to the idea of music as a vehicle for
change. In doing so, they've appeared alongside superstars like Adele and Sting on Amnesty International's Chimes Of Freedom - The Songs Of Bob
Dylan compilation in 2012, toured with Rage Against The Machine's iconic guitarist Tom Morello, campaigned against gun violence with the Demand A
Plan organization and advocated the Make It Stop campaign's attempt to raise awareness of LBGT teen suicides and bullying, working closely with "It
Gets Better." It's important to keep this rich heritage of protest in mind when discussing The Black Market.
On the one hand, The Black Market was forged like other Rise Against records. Tim McIlrath, bassist Joe Principe, guitarist Zach Blair and drummer
Brandon Barnes recorded it between January and March, 2014, at the Blasting Room Studios, with long-time producers Bill Stevenson and Jason
Livermore. But something was different this time around.
The Black Market focuses on the cost of self-awareness. "Rise Against has always been a political band, but also a personal band," says Tim. "We've
always had songs that have a foot in both worlds. This album is a lot more introspective to me." The intensely melodic strains of "I Don't Want To Be Here
Anymore" is a case in point - riding a huge chorus and speaking of universal themes of entrapment and escape.
The Black Market also marks the maturation of Rise Against's sound. The melodic breadth, the impassioned screaming, scissoring guitars, bubbling
basslines and whipping drums still exist, but other moments have no reference point in their discography.
The Black Market casts Rise Against's relationship with their own music and social struggle in a stark new light. It may be a raw nerve to behold, but's it's
also a magnificent one that will surely be felt across the world. It deserves to be.1. The Great Die-Off
2. I Don't Want to Be Here Anymore
3. Tragedy + Time
4. The Black Market
5. The Eco-Terrorist In Me
6. Sudden Life
7. A Beautiful Indifference
9. Zero Visibility
10. Awake Too Long
11. People Live Here
12. Bridges$22.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Life Is PeachyImport
KoRn are one of the best-selling Nu Metal bands on the planet. Of their 8 studio albums the first seven have been certified platinum. The demise of the band L.A.P.D. was the starting point for KoRn. The remaining members (Reginald 'Fieldy' Arvizu, James 'Munky' Shaffer, David Silveria and Brian 'Head' Welch) were looking for a new singer, found Jonathan Davis, and KoRn was born. The result was 1994's KoRn. The huge amount of time they spent touring paid up, assuring them of a fan base buying their future albums.
Their second album was 'Life Is Peachy' (1996), which reached No.3 on the Billboard charts and achieved platinum-selling status. 'Life is Peachy' continues right from where the debut had left off, but this time around, KoRn would bring some new, refreshing, and quite unexpected surprises to the table, such as in the playful 'A.D.I.D.A.S.' ('All Day I Dream About Sex').
With lyrics that reached out to many post-grunge teens after the suicide of Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain, backed up by a wall of heavy toned-down guitars and loud in your face hip-hop drumming, KoRn prepared themselves for a worldwide breakthrough that would happen soon after.Side A
K@#*%! - Dirty Version
No Place To Hide
Wicked - Dirty Version
A.D.I.D.A.S. - Dirty Version
Kill You$34.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Some Great RewardThe peak of the band's industrial-gone-mainstream fusion, and still one of the best electronic music albums yet recorded, Some Great Reward still sounds great, with the band's ever-evolving musical and production skills matching even more ambitious songwriting from Martin Gore. People Are People appears here, but finds itself outclassed by some of Depeche Mode's undisputed classics, most especially the moody, beautiful Somebody, a Gore-sung piano ballad that mixes its wit and emotion skillfully; Master and Servant, an amped-up, slamming dance track that conflates sexual and economic politics to sharp effect; and the closing Blasphemous Rumors, a slow-building anthemic number supporting one of Gore's most cynical lyrics, addressing a suicidal teen who finds God only to die soon afterward. Even lesser-known tracks like the low-key pulse of Lie to Me and the weirdly dreamy It Doesn't Matter showcase an increasingly confident band. Alan Wilder's arrangements veer from the big to the stripped down, but always with just the right touch, such as the crowd samples bubbling beneath Somebody or the call/response a cappella start to Master and Servant. With Reward, David Gahan's singing style found the mÉtier it was going to stick with for the next ten years, and while it's never gone down well with some ears, it still has a compelling edge to it that suits the material well.
- Ned Raggett (All Music Guide)1. Something To Do
2. Lie To Me
3. People Are People
4. It Doesn't Matter
5. Stories Of Old
7. Master And Servant
8. If You Want
9. Blasphemous Rumours$19.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
ApocalipstickSociety would deem that a prodigious girl can't be in a progressive rock band while also being in complete control of its creative vision, business plan and social messaging. Society is wrong. Clem Creevy, a 19-year-old teen Queen dreamed up Cherry Glazerr in her LA bedroom alone and is perhaps more capable of figuring a music career out than anyone who attempts this treacherous life path.
Back in 2014, much-loved Cali imprint Burger Records released their intoxicating debut Haxel Princess and Suicide Squeeze released the Had Ten Dollaz 7-inch.
On Apocalipstick, the band worked with "rock'n'roll wizard" Joe Chicarelli [White Stripes, The Shins, The Strokes] and Carlos de la Garza [Bleached, M83, Tegan and Sara]. With their help and the band's newfound self-discipline and motivation, Cherry Glazerr has evolved into a wildly complex, hugely guitar heavy, and unapologetically loud machine.1. Told You I'd Be With The Guys
2. Trash People
3. Moon Dust
4. Humble Pro
5. Nuclear Bomb
6. Only Kid On The Block
7. Lucid Dreams
8. Sip O' Poison
9. Nurse Ratched
11. Apocalipstick$19.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
180-Gram Audiophile Vinyl
First Pressing Of 1,500 Numbered Copies On Transparent Green Vinyl, Black Vinyl Thereafter
Founding Member Of Alice In Chains
Band Includes Drummer Mike Bordin (Faith No More) And Bassist Robert Trujillo (Metallica, Suicidal Tendencies, Ozzy Osbourne)
Including Anger Rising And Angel Eyes
First Time On Vinyl
Jerry Cantrell is an American musician who is best known as the lead guitarist, co-lead vocalist and main songwriter for the rock band Alice in Chains. He also has a solo career and released the albums Boggy Depot in 1998 and Degradation Trip in 2002.
Cantrell noted in an interview that he was raised on country music as a youth and that he admires the emotion conveyed in the genre. However, hard rock music caught his interest predominantly, and he bought his first guitar in his mid-teens. It would not be until the age of 17 that he began seriously playing the instrument. Cantrell would later cite guitarists such as Ace Frehley, Tony Iommi, Angus Young, Jimmy Page, and Eddie Van Halen as major influences. Cantrell's career outside Alice in Chains has not only consisted of two solo albums, but also many appearances with other musicians and on film soundtracks.
Degradation Trip is the second and to date, final solo album by Jerry Cantrell, originally released in 2002. On the album, Cantrell enlisted drummer Mike Bordin (Faith No More) and bassist Robert Trujillo (Suicidal Tendencies, Ozzy Osbourne). The album was dedicated to Alice in Chains lead singer Layne Staley, who died two months before the album's release. Degradation Trip featured two singles and was well received by critics, faring better than Cantrell's solo debut and bearing strong resemblance to his work in Alice in Chains.
A hallmark of Cantrell's style, many unorthodox rhythms and time signatures are exhibited throughout the album as well as heavy use of wah-wah guitar effect and choir-like vocal harmonies.
The album's grungy heaviness is balanced, however, by moody acoustic ballads such as the somber Angel Eyes. Serene, tangy guitar riffs featured in the likes of Gone elude more to Cantrell's Southern roots.LP 1
1. Psychotic Break
2. Bargain Basement Howard Hughes
3. Anger Rising
4. Angel Eyes
6. Mother's Spinning In Her Grave (Glass Dick Jones)
1. Give It A Name
3. She Was My Girl
4. Chemical Tribe
6. Locked On
7. Gone$34.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now