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  • Sea Of Cowards Sea Of Cowards Quick View

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    Sea Of Cowards

    The latest musical adventure by Jack White (The White Stripes, The Raconteurs), epitomizes the alt-rock ethic: do the music you love, do it yourself, and do it fast. The Dead Weather brings together lead singer Alison Mosshart (half of the London-based lo-fi post-punk duo The Kills), Queens Of The Stone Age guitarist Dean Fertita, The Raconteurs' bassist Jack Lawrence, and White on drums and vocals. White also produced the group's debut album, Horehound, recorded in just three weeks earlier this year at his newly constructed Nashville studio. An exhilarating mix of punchy blues singing from Mosshart and garage rock with arena ambitions, Horehound introduces the musical whirlwind that is The Dead Weather.
    1. Blue Blood Blues
    2. Hustle And Cuss
    3. The Difference Between Us
    4. I'm Mad
    5. Die By The Drop
    6. I Can't Hear You
    7. Gasoline
    8. No Horse
    9. Looking At The Invisible Man
    10. Jawbreaker
    11. Old Mary
    The Dead Weather
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    Horehound

    White Stripes and Raconteurs leader Jack White won¹t rest. Pairing with
    Kills vocalist Alison Mosshart, the analog champion¹s latest quartet plays
    psychedelic blues and stark rock that¹s moody, atmospheric, and hypnotic. Tinged with swampy vibes and ominous emotions, this is a supergroup that lives up to the names and pedigrees of its impressive roster of members.

    In addition to White and Mosshart, The Dead Weather brings together Queens Of The Stone Age guitarist Dean Fertita and Raconteurs bassist Jack Lawrence. A veritable jack of all trades, White has turned his attention to the drums, leaving the guitar fireworks to Fertita. Most importantly, the quartet's iniitial batch of songs leaves nothing to be desired.


    Steeped in mythology, dripping with trashy promise, and soaked in an aptly humid atmospherics, Horehound is a modern marvel--a full-band effort that pools the best of White's other bands into an utterly distinctive whole. The push-pull interplay between White and Mosshart is alone worth exploring; such tension, drive, and edginess inform the proceedings, which span funk, sleazy blues, greasy boogies, and fuzz-drenched rock. Call it an update on not only blues' traditions but those of film noir, where White is ensared by Mosshart's femme-fatale allure and the band plays the soundtrack while the devil marches in and takes control.


    Recorded in just three weeks at White's newly constructed Nashville studio, Horehound has the sonics to match the excellent tunesmithship. Quickly becoming renown as one of the most analog-minded producers around, White worked to capture every nuance, texture, and note on this richly detailed album, which like the White Stripes' work, was intended to be heard on vinyl. Fertita's organ work and Lawrence's melodically distorted bass lines are not only heard but felt as they contribute to an ambience that's at once haunted and mesmerizing. You will not be disappointed at the results.


    Maybe the guy keeps such an insane work schedule because he's afraid idle hands are the devil's workshop. So while Meg White prepares to become Patti Smith's daughter-in-law, Jack keeps busy with this brilliant new band, tangling with Alison Mosshart of the Kills for an excellent album of sex sweat, bourbon breath, gun smoke and guitar sleaze. Advantage: devil! --Rob Sheffield, Rolling Stone, July 13, 2009

    1. 60 Feet Tall
    2. Hang You from the Heavens
    3. I Cut Like a Buffalo
    4. So Far from Your Weapon
    5. Treat Me Like Your Mother
    6. Rocking Horse
    7. New Pony
    8. Bone House
    9. Three Birds
    10. No Hassle Night
    11. Will There Be Enough Water?
    The Dead Weather
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  • Dodge And Burn Dodge And Burn Quick View

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    Dodge And Burn

    Dodge and Burn features eight brand new songs, along with the four previously released tracks remixed and remastered. Alison Mosshart, Jack White, Dean Fertita and Jack Lawrence spent their rare and sporadic free moments over the past year recording together in Nashville. With the members of the band heavily involved in other projects, The Dead Weather will not be touring in support of the new album. Thankfully the thick and heavy Dodge & Burn will satisfy your urges for the dark magic that is The Dead Weather for a very long time.
    1. I Feel Love (Every Million Miles)
    2. Buzzkill(er)
    3. Let Me Through
    4. Three Dollar Hat
    5. Lose The Right
    6. Rough Detective
    7. Open Up
    8. Be Still
    9. Mile Markers
    10. Cop and Go
    11. Too Bad
    12. Impossible Winner
    The Dead Weather
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    Post Pop Depression

    A lot of geezers my age don't work out of their comfort zone anymore because once you become legendary you don't want people challenging you." - Iggy Pop


    Post Pop Depression is IGGY POP's new, studio album, produced by Joshua Homme (Queens of the Stone Age and Eagles of Death Metal). The 17th Iggy Pop album, and a worthy addition to the 22 album legacy spawned with the immortal trilogy of The Stooges, Fun House and Raw Power, spanning massively influential solo outings including 1977's opening 1-2 combo of The Idiot and Lust For Life, and 1990's gold-certified Brick By Brick.


    The first Iggy Pop album co-created with producer Homme, Post Pop Depression began with a succinctly worded text from Iggy to Joshua, and was realized in seclusion with Homme's enlisted aid of his Queens Of The Stone Age bandmate and Dead Weather-man Dean Fertitia and Arctic Monkeys drummer Matt Helders.


    Post Pop Depression is a singular work that stands proudly alongside the best works of either of its principles, from The Stooges to Queens Of The Stone Age, bearing its creators' undeniable sonic DNA while sounding like nothing they've done before. It's a record that wouldn't exist without either Pop or Homme-and one that probably shouldn't in theory if you really think about it-but it does, and we and rock n roll are all the better for it.

    1. Break Into Your Heart
    2. Gardenia
    3. American Valhalla
    4. In The Lobby
    5. Sunday
    6. Vulture
    7. German Days
    8. Chocolate Drops
    9. Paraguay
    Iggy Pop
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    Post Pop Depression (Deluxe)


    Includes 16 Page Booklet


    A lot of geezers my age don't work out of their comfort zone anymore because once you become legendary you don't want people challenging you." - Iggy Pop


    Post Pop Depression is IGGY POP's new, studio album, produced by Joshua Homme (Queens of the Stone Age and Eagles of Death Metal). The 17th Iggy Pop album, and a worthy addition to the 22 album legacy spawned with the immortal trilogy of The Stooges, Fun House and Raw Power, spanning massively influential solo outings including 1977's opening 1-2 combo of The Idiot and Lust For Life, and 1990's gold-certified Brick By Brick.


    The first Iggy Pop album co-created with producer Homme, Post Pop Depression began with a succinctly worded text from Iggy to Joshua, and was realized in seclusion with Homme's enlisted aid of his Queens Of The Stone Age bandmate and Dead Weather-man Dean Fertitia and Arctic Monkeys drummer Matt Helders.


    Post Pop Depression is a singular work that stands proudly alongside the best works of either of its principles, from The Stooges to Queens Of The Stone Age, bearing its creators' undeniable sonic DNA while sounding like nothing they've done before. It's a record that wouldn't exist without either Pop or Homme-and one that probably shouldn't in theory if you really think about it-but it does, and we and rock n roll are all the better for it.

    1. Break Into Your Heart
    2. Gardenia
    3. American Valhalla
    4. In The Lobby
    5. Sunday
    6. Vulture
    7. German Days
    8. Chocolate Drops
    9. Paraguay
    Iggy Pop
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  • Four Stars Four Stars Quick View

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    Four Stars

    The trio of Craig Fox, Patrick Keeler (The Raconteurs) and Little Jack Lawrence (The Dead Weather, The Raconteurs), heretofore known as The Greenhornes, have been churning out high quality rock 'n' roll for well over a decade. Formed in the late '90s in Cincinatti, Ohio, The Greenhornes have toured the world over and released 3 full length albums, an EP and a boat load of singles across a multitude of record labels. Their most recognizable tune, There Is An End, was featured throughout Jim Jarmuschs 2005 feature Broken Flowers.


    After a five year hiatus, The Greenhornes are very excited to have Jack Whites Third Man Records release their brand new full length album, the aptly titled Four Stars. From the dark pop of lead single Saying Goodbye, the glam bubble of Song 13 to the moody psych of Cave Drawings, Four Stars is the band's strongest collection of songs to date. Produced by The Greenhornes and John Curley.

    1. Saying Goodbye
    2. Underestimator
    3. Better Off Without It
    4. Cave Drawings
    5. Song 13
    6. My Sparrow
    7. Need Your Love
    8. Left The World Behind
    9. Go Tell Henry
    10. Jacobs Ladder
    11. Get Me Out Of Here
    12. Hard To Find
    The Greenhornes
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  • United States of Being United States of Being Quick View

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    United States of Being

    After a smattering of 7s and last year's Nasty, Brutish, and Short EP PUJOL returns with his first full length, UNITED STATES OF BEING (out June 5th on Saddle Creek). Recorded in Nashville and mixed by Vance Powell (The Raconteurs, The White Stripes, and The Dead Weather), USB takes PUJOL's sound and lyricism to new heights.
    1. DIY2K
    2. MISSION FROM GOD
    3. PROVIDENCE
    4. KEEPER OF ATLANTIS
    5. MADE OF MONEY
    6. ENDLESS MIKE
    7. REVERSE VAMPIRE
    8. NICENESS
    9. BLACK RABBIT
    10. EACH AND EVERYDAY
    11. DARK KNIGHT IN SHINING ARMOR
    12. PSYCHIC PAIN
    Pujol
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    Glass Boys


    "It's a punk rock rush, a fundamentally teenage blast
    of endorphins that, if you're wired a certain way,
    you can't help but feel every time their guitars lock
    into a riff and the drums get rolling. Even when it's
    complicated, it's simple."
    - Stereogum, "Behind the Scenes
    of Fucked Up's Fourth Album"



    On their fourth album Toronto's Fucked Up pare things
    back to a single LP. In contrast to the sprawling epic
    of their last album, the punk rock opera David Comes
    To Life, the new album returns to rock'n'roll basics,
    verse-chorus-verse-chorus. It also features guitar
    solos, mellotron and piano.


    Recorded for the first time in analogue, with Bill
    Skibbe (The Dead Weather, The Kills, Lower Dens,
    Andre Williams), the album is bathed in a warm,
    almost romantic glow. In particular, Jonah Falco's
    virtuosic drumming shines forth, each snare hit
    shattering the air. Damian Abraham's throaty growl is
    not less punk, but the overall effect is a more human,
    relatable Fucked Up.


    While the imagery still includes the usual high-concept refrences (not least to classical mythology),
    Abraham and Mike Haliechuk's lyrics mostly address
    the puzzle of being in a punk rock band while having
    children and being in their early 30s. "So this is what
    it'd be like? Everything bathed in a harsh bright light?
    Why is the impact so immense? Maybe I know it
    could have been me instead."


    J Mascis, Gord Downie and George Pettit are the
    guest-star vocalists.

    1. Echo Boomer
    2. Touch Stone
    3. Sun Glass
    4. The Art Of Patrons
    5. Warm Change
    6. Paper The House
    7. Det
    8. Led By Hand
    9. The Great Divide
    10. Glass Boys
    Fucked Up
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    Emmaar


    Contains CD Of Full Album


    The desert is a place of hardship and subtle beauty, a stark world that reveals its secrets slowly and carefully. For the renowned Saharan band TINARIWEN, the desert is their home, their hypnotic and electrifying guitar rock reflecting the complex realities of their homebase in North West Africa. The band releases their new album Emmaar in 2014.


    Emmaar is the follow up to the group's 2011 album Tassili, recorded in the Algerian desert with an esteemed cadre of musicians including Wilco's Nels Cline and TV on the Radio's Tunde Adebimpe and Kyp Malone - the album won a Grammy for Best World Music.


    But due to political instability in their homeland, TINARIWEN recorded the new record in another desert: Joshua Tree, California. Created over three weeks in the region known for spaced-out rock 'n' roll and psychedelic cowboy folk, Emmaar showcases an organic feel from the rolling hand drums and meandering guitars of album opener "Toumast Tincha" chants to the galloping beats of the forward-marching "Chaghaybou." "We were not in a proper studio or outside in the desert like Tassili," Ag Leche says, "we built a studio in a big house in Joshua Tree. Everybody in the same room, with no separation. We wanted something which sounded natural and live."


    Along with the original members who founded the group in the 1980s (vocalists and guitarists Ibrahim Ag Alhabib, Abdallah Ag Alhousseyni, and Alhassane Ag Touhami) and the younger generation who grew up listening to the band and joined in the 1990s (multi-instrumentalist Eyadou Ag Leche, guitarist Elaga Ag Hamid, and percussionist Said Ag Ayad), a group of American musicians appear on the album. Accompanied by Red Hot Chili Peppers guitarist Josh Klinghoffer, Matt Sweeney from Chavez, Nashville fiddler Fats Kaplin, and poet Saul Williams, Emmaar (mixed by Vance Powell (Jack White, The Dead Weather ) is a richly layered listen solidified by atmospheric textures and gritty guitar-work.

    1. Toumast Tincha
    2. Chaghaybou
    3. Arhegh Danagh
    4. Timadrit In Sahara
    5. Imidiwan Ahi Sigdim
    6. Tahalamot
    7. Sendad Eghlalan
    8. Imdiwanin ahi Tifhamam
    9. Koud Edhaz Emin
    10. Emajer
    11. Aghregh Medin
    Tinariwen
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  • Olympia Olympia Quick View

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    Olympia

    Olympia is an album of transformation. Though it has only been two years since Austra's 2010 debut
    Feel It Break, it presents a quantum evolution in the Toronto-based band's sound, structure and style.


    After three years of non-stop international touring with the likes of The xx, Grimes and the Gossip,
    when it came time to record Olympia, Austra had evolved into a complex collaborative effort between
    its six members. "Previously, I would flesh out songs before I brought them to the band, but this time
    I left them bare and let the others fill them in" explains Katie Stelmanis, the principal songwriter/vocalist.


    Olympia is also the first confessional record for Stelmanis as evidenced by the heartfelt lyrics of piano
    driven lead single "Home." The album touches on a range of sentiments that stem from a relationship
    ending, a relationship beginning, and friends' struggles with addiction and motivation. Despite the
    sometimes dark lyrics written in collaboration with band member Sari Lightman, Olympia is bubbly
    and buoyant- fundamentally a dance record, which Stelmanis says was the band's aim all along. "We
    are really into dense harmonies and big beautiful melodies, but I also love techno and dance music. I
    wanted to bring those elements together."


    Though Olympia is filled with electronic and synthetic sounds that reference everything from Trax
    Record classic cuts to Yazoo's Upstairs At Eric's, it's free of programming and loops. Everything was
    played live by the band in the studio and all of the percussion including a wild set up of marimbas and
    congas performed by drummer Maya Postepski. "There is a major percussive element running through
    every song," Stelmanis laughs, "this is the album where we discovered rhythm."


    The album was produced by Austra with additional production by Mike Haliechuk (Fucked Up)


    Vocal production by Damian Taylor (Bjork, the Killers)


    Engineered by Leon Taheny and Bill Skibbe (the Kills, Wild Belle,
    Dead Weather)


    Mixed by Tom Elmhirst (Adele, Erasure, Hot Chip).

    1. What We Done?
    2. Forgive Me
    3. Painful Like
    4. Sleep
    5. Home
    6. Fire
    7. I Don't Care (I'm a Man)
    8. We Become
    9. Reconcile
    10. Annie (Oh muse, you)
    11. You Changed My Life
    12. Hurt Me Now
    Austra
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    Babel


    Babel follows the 2009 release of Mumford & Sons' debut album, Sigh No More. It is produced by Markus Dravs.


    Fantastic 4 Star review from American Songwriter!



    There are some guitar sounds so indelibly stuck into our collective pop-consciousness that even those who can't tell a minor from a major chord can identify the band or player from just a few riffs -a dreamy John Lennon lick, the cosmic climb of Joe Perry, Slash's slash, Nirvana's fuzzy-barre rips, the post-punk fury of Sonic Youth. Now, the chugging, kinetic strum of Mumford & Sons is slowly creeping onto this revered list - not born out of extreme skill or virtuosity but by sheer branding, note for note. And it's how the band's second album, Babel, opens on the title track: with that same very strum, born somewhere between English mountain folk and an old time Appalachia. You can nearly hear the sweat flying off Marcus Mumford, his Martin instrument hiked high on his chest, every time he and banjo player Winston Marshall attack their strings.

    So it's no coincidence, it seems, that the band's highly anticipated sophomore record begins exactly where we might expect, and the rest of LP that follows proves that this isn't an attempt to smash any expectations with a sudden progression of their style. For those devotees looking for the Mumfords to evolve drastically, well, you're out of luck. But who would that audience be, anyway? The band is no doubt polarizing: old time and bluegrass faithfuls wouldn't be caught dead with a copy of Sigh No More, and their most ardent followers are more likely to have an iPod stocked with Coldplay and John Mayer than Bill Monroe or Doc Watson. Even pop addicts can't deny the catchy craft of "Little Lion Man" or "The Cave." No one is looking for their Kid A. Thus Babel's not a new sentence in the book of Mumford & Sons - it's what happens after an ellipses. And in many ways, that suits them just fine. It will most definitely suit their fans.


    Marcus Mumford has always been a bit of a melancholy fellow, and even a marriage to pixie-haired starlet Carey Mulligan, sold-out shows and Grammy nominations haven't shaken the teary introspection from this set of songs. Obviously, Babel deals in a lot of religious imagery and lyrics - with all the success and opportunities to indulge, it seems the boys have taken a moment to ask a few questions of their maker. "This cup of yours tastes holy/but a brush with the devil can clear your mind," Mumford sings on the second track "Whispers in the Dark." It's an anthem call with a firm statement: "I'm a cad but I'm not a I'm not a fraud / I set out to serve the lord." Maybe the trials and tribulations of being simultaneously loved and harangued have worn on the Mumford's, but at least they can prove to themselves, their audience or even their lord that this stuff comes from the heart.


    The album's single, "I Will Wait," is an easy crowd-pleaser moment with an arena-ready hushed chorus, set to those furious strings. The lyric and melody could easily be a Fray song if you removed the plucking banjo -and that's the amazing thing about Mumford & Sons. Purists aside, there's no one else that can get an audience from ages eight to eighty screaming along to a bunch of acoustic instruments or urge a kid to choose guitar lessons over computer games. Every time they perform - live or on Babel - they do it with sheer fervor, as if it's both their first and last time.


    While the band is mostly known for their "Americana" sound, they also pull references from their side of the pond: from both classic British countryside folk and Celtic punk bands like The Pogues. Those influences run a little more clear on Babel - "Ghosts That We Knew" and "Reminder" are both soft, melancholy stunners born out of grassy hills and cockney-tinged tales told in wood-paneled bars. And "Broken Crown" is the boys at their angriest yet: "I'll never be your chosen one," Mumford sings lightly before launching into an all-out war over minstrel plucks. It's a force of a song, and not your firmest pick nor hard-earned callous could weather that storm.


    Babel has some other unexpected moments, too, like on "Hopeless Wanderer," which begins with keys instead of strum, and "Lover of the Light" is a sunnier moment, perhaps a nod to the singer's recent vows ("to have and to hold," Mumford howls on the track). And the album's closer, "Not Without Haste," is a beautiful lullaby meant more for singing a restless man to sleep than a still-innocent child.


    There's also a continuation of the Mumford's love of literary references, with the boys even copping recently to ripping a line from Hilary Mantel's Wolf Hall - this is the band, after all, that was able to loop Macbeth's fateful cry of "stars, hide your fires" into their rollicking song "Roll Away Your Stone." So while the album title, Babel, is most likely a biblical reference, it's hard not to think of Jorge Louis Borges' short story, The Library of Babel. In it Borges imagines a universe composed of an endless library that contains every book in every possible permutation, and, therefore, nothing at all. This excess causes great despair for people of the library as they try to search for meaning in all of it. They fret. They come up empty.


    Babel may not hold all the answers, and it may not be some exotic transformation of their original formula - it's a safe bet to say that nothing from the Mumford & Sons may ever be. In The Library of Babel, the final realization that everything repeats itself is the universe's saving grace. And in Babel, you could say the same. Though there may not be endless possibilities, there's comfort - elegance, even - in that familiar, now nearly iconic rip of those strings, strummed in the way only those boys from West London can strum. It's not perfect, but it's perfectly Mumford & Sons.


    1. Babel
    2. Whispers In The Dark
    3. I Will Wait
    4. Holland Road
    5. Ghosts That We Knew
    6. Lover Of The Light
    7. Lovers' Eyes
    8. Reminder
    9. Hopeless Wanderer
    10. Broken Crown
    11. Below My Feet
    12. Not With Haste
    Mumford And Sons
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  • I Cut Like A Buffalo/A Child Of A Few Hours Is Burning To Death (Out Of Stock) I Cut Like A Buffalo/A Child Of A Few Hours Is Burning To Death (Out Of Stock) Quick View

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    I Cut Like A Buffalo/A Child Of A Few Hours Is Burning To Death (Out Of Stock)

    The A-side is the sleeper, Jack White-sung jam off the Dead Weather's critically acclaimed album Horehound.


    The B-side is exclusive to this release, a cover of ''A Child of a Few Hours Is Burning to Death'' by 60s psych act the West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band with wicked guitar licks stinging throughout.


    Produced, engineered and mixed by Jack White III at Third Man Studios.


    written: Jack White

    vocals: Jack White

    Side A:


    I Cut Like A Buffalo


    Side B:


    A Child Of A Few Hours Is Burning To Death

    The Dead Weather
    $6.99
    Vinyl LP 7'' Single - Sealed Temporarily out of stock
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