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DollhouseThe Pack A.D. aren't ones to wait. When their songs kick off, you're immediately met with a one-two punch of
searing guitar riffs and pulverizing drums, a signature symbiosis of raucous garage-rock that singer/guitarist Becky
Black and drummer Maya Miller have perfected over the past decade. With their new release, Dollhouse, the band
is eager to follow up last year's critically-acclaimed Positive Thinking with urgent thoughts on the current climate of
the world.1. Woke up Weird
4. Thomas Hardy
5. March of the Martians
6. Not Alright
7. Because of You
8. Does it Feel Good
9. I Tried$18.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Some Sssongs EPLimited Edition, Housed In A Collectable Die-Cut Jacket
"A fantastically gritty rock duo." - NPR "All Songs Considered"
"High-dudgeon garage from two pissed-off gals trying to hold onto a shred of their humanity in 21st America." - Pop Matters
"One of the year's nastiest rock albums." - Toronto Star
Comprised of drummer Maya Miller and belligerent guitarist/vocalist Becky Black, The Pack A.D. is an epically fierce explosion of punk, psych- and garage rock. The indomitable Vancouver duo have established themselves as an integral part of Canada's soundscape including a 2013 Juno nomination in the category of "Breakthrough Group Of The Year."
Now The Pack A.D. intends to bring all things snarl, piss, vinegar, venom and vitriol to the U.S. with the introductory release Some Sssongs. The Limited Edition 10" Vinyl EP release is housed in a collectable die-cut jacket and features the first single "Battering Ram" (produced by Jim Diamond / The White Stripes, Electric Six etc.) from
their upcoming full length album plus 4 additional songs that have earned The Pack A.D. a rabid following in Canada.1. Battering Ram
3. Haunt You
5. Deer$12.9910 Vinyl EP - Sealed Buy Now
Open Your HeartIronically referred to by Timeout NY as Thurston Moore & the E Street Band, The Men have never been a band to play by categorical punk subgenre rules. Instead, over the last three years, this band has dabbled in everything from hardcore punk to psych to shoegaze to black metal; and they have done all of it effortlessly, and for the most part, flawlessly. Totally removed from the current climate of a.d.d-youtube-blog-hyped generation of musicians under 21, The Men stand out from the pack as both scene elders and actual record collectors.1. Turn It Around
3. Country Song
5. Please Don't Go Away
6. Open Your Heart
10. Ex-Dreams$18.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Live At The Sands (Awaiting Repress)Between 1960 and 1965 (and briefly in 1988), the three singers performed together off and on, and their stage act has been captured in various media. There is film of their performances in 1960 in Las Vegas during the making of Ocean's Eleven, a recording of their show at a nightclub near Chicago in the fall of 1962 legitimately released in 1999 as The Summit: In Concert, and a videotape of a closed-circuit benefit performance from 1965. In September 1963, preparing for another group film, Robin and the Seven Hoods, the three got together during a Martin engagement at the Sands in Las Vegas, and Sinatra had his record label, Reprise, record the proceedings, but ultimately decided against releasing an album at the time. This is that recording, and much of it will sound familiar to anyone who has encountered other Rat Pack shows. In his liner notes, Bill Zehme quotes Bill Miller, Sinatra's accompanist, as saying that maybe 30 percent of the act was ad libbed. Miller added, Usually by Dean, and that sounds right. As usual, Martin begins with comic rewrites of standards, in particular a version of Cole Porter's I Love Paris rendered as I Love Vegas. Sinatra follows with a straight six-song set, and then he and Martin joke it up for a while before giving way to a brief set by Davis. Many of the jokes are repeated from previous performances, but some are new. The key, of course, is the trio's camaraderie, which remains a delight.
- William Ruhlmann (All Music)1. Fanfare and Introduction
2. Medley: Drink to Me Only with Thine Eyes/I Don't Care If the Sun Don't Shine/I Love Vegas (Paris)
4. June in January
6. Via Veneto
7. Medley: Volare (Nel Blu, Dipinto Di Blu)/an Evening in Roma
8. Introduction: Ring-a-Ding Ding
9. I Only Have Eyes for You
10. Call Me Irresponsible
11. My Heart Stood Still
12. Please Be Kind
13. I Have Dreamed
14. Luck Be a Lady
16. Medley: Marianne/Dance with a Dolly/You Are Too Beautiful/You Made Me Love You/
Carolina in the Morning/Beautiful Dreamer/Dancing with Tears in My Eyes/Maria/
Try a Little Tenderness/What Is This Thing Called Love
17. The Lady Is a Tramp
18. All the Way (Impressions)
20. Guys and Dolls
21. The Oldest Established (Permanent Floating Crap Game in New York)
23. The Oldest Established (Permanent Floating Crap Game in New York)
24. Closing: Ring-a-Ding Ding$29.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed AWAITING REPRESS Buy Now
Errant FormsIncludes a Copy of the CD in Jacket as Well as a Pair of 3D Glasses to View the Cover.
In February of 2009 Ladyfinger released their sophomore effort Dusk. The album bridged three decades of influence, mixing early 70's classic rock with punk and hardcore of the late 80's and early 90's. This unique fusion gained them praise (Pitchfork called Dusk's lead single 'Little Things' "all power and momentum and baldface 70's classic-rock glory") and a pack of new fans.
After a brief time away and a lineup change, Ladyfinger (ne) began playing shows on and off in early 2010. The shows went well and by the summer of 2011 the band was revisiting unfinished songs from the Dusk sessions and writing new tracks. In May of 2012 the band found itself at ARC studios in Omaha once again recording with their longtime producer Matt Bayles (Mastodon, Minus the Bear, Isis).
Upon listening to the ten songs found on Errant Forms it's clear that the music was indeed there. Their signature mix of classic rock bombast and punk grit is back on display here in standout tracks "Galactic" and "Poison For Hire", while "Birds" paints an ominous vision of atonement over subtle guitars that slowly build until absolution is realized with the pounding drums and organ that emerge at the song's climax. Lead single "Dark Horse" is an ode to escapism that stands out for being as solemn as it is anthemic. Errant Forms adds a new level of musical nuance and lyrical breadth to Ladyfinger's already dynamic sound.1. Renew
3. Away Too Long
5. Dark Horse
6. Poison for Hire
7. Hole in My Sole
9. Blue Oyster
10. He Said She Said$18.99Vinyl LP + CD - Sealed Buy Now
JJ No 3jj create R&B and balearic dub from the ghosts of lost lovers; pop as delicate as a fawn's nose across blades of frosted grass. It is the soundtrack for friends packed into the town square's tiniest tavern, their moontanned, apple-cheeked faces glowing, their dilated pupils filled with all the meaning and meaninglessness of a magic 8-ball. Their music is both carefree without carelessness, and self-aware without being self-conscious. With it, they build an ice bridge arching from Gothenburg into the heart of middle America, and everywhere in between.1. My Life
2. And Now
3. Let Go
4. Into the Light
6. Voi Parlate, Io Gioco
7. Golden Virginia
8. You Know
9. I Know
10. No Escapin' This$16.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Alive 2007Timed to perfection, Daft Punk's second live album landed exactly ten years after the first, and provides a fitting complement to Alive 1997, easily the best live non-DJ electronica record ever released. While the original featured only a handful of tracks (but found them transformed and tweaked ad infinitum), Alive 2007 is packed with productions, most of them short and many of them getting a big crowd response (all recorded at one show in Paris in June of 2007). As on their first two classic full-lengths, Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo display excellent crowd control, pacing the record well, spacing the hits, and building the mood like the good crowd-pleasers they are. It has the feel of a greatest-hits-live concert, but energized by Daft Punk's talents at weaving songs in and out of each other. Even songs from the comparatively desultory Human After All sound rejuvenated in context, with Robot Rock getting the show off to a rousing start. It may not be better or stronger than the original Alive 1997, but it's definitely harder and faster.
- John Bush (All Music Guide)1. Robot Rock / Oh Yeah
2. Touch It / Technologic
3. Television Rules the Nation / Crescendolls
4. Too Long / Steam Machine
5. Around the World / Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger
6. Burnin' / Too Long
7. Face to Face / Short Circuit
8. One More Time / Aerodynamic
9. Aerodynamic Beats / Forget About the World
10. The Prime Time of Your Life / The Brainwasher / Rollin' & Scratchin' / Alive
11. Da Funk / Daftendirekt
12. Superheroes / Human After All / Rock'n Roll
$44.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
Remastered Reissue Of The Long Out-Of-Print Deathrock 7
Deluxe Gatefold Packaging Also Includes Guitarist Mark Ferelli's Horror Zine I...Paraworm
Part 1 formed in 1980 and were part of the original London anarcho-punk scene.
During the early 1980s they played a number of gigs, often with Rudimentary
Peni, who the band became associated with, as well as other acts operating
around the London Anarchy Centres funded by Crass' Bloody Revolutions 7. Part
1's final gig (before reforming in 2013) was at London's 100 Club in 1983 with
The band's only vinyl release during this time was the Funeral Parade EP, released
in a limited run of 300 in October 1982. As well as an anarcho-punk classic, the
record is now regarded as a seminal deathrock release - largely due to the dark,
heavily flanged guitar work, morbid imagery, and anti-religious lyrical themes.
Indeed, Part 1 have been described as "England's ultimate cult deathrock band."
This very special reissue finally sees this lost classic receiving a long-deserved quality
release: A remastered 12 vinyl in a deluxe gatefold sleeve with accompanying
horror zine I...Paraworm, packed with never-seen text and unpublished artworks
from the pen of guitarist Mark Ferelli, all contemporaneous to the 1982 release.
In 2013, founding members Ferelli and Jake Baker (vocals), reformed the band
with long-time admirer Chris Low (ex-Apostles, Oi Polloi, Political Asylum)
on drums; later joined by David Barnett (ex-Adam & the Ants, Guernica, Lola
Colt) on bass. Their first reformation show was at the Rebellion Festival that
summer, 30 years after their last live performance. Since then, Part 1 have played
a number of gigs to great acclaim and enthusiastic response with further releases
and concerts scheduled for 2015.1. Funeral Parade
2. Graveyard Song
6. Funeral Parade (Reprise)$19.9912 Vinyl EP + Zine - Sealed Buy Now
Live 1966Besides releasing two classic longplayers and many more singles (including the smash, "Gloria"), touring/behaving badly all across America and appearing on TV shows like 'Upbeat' and 'Where The Action Is', the Shadows of Knight also ruled at suburban Chicago's hands-down hippest teen club, The Cellar. Over the decades, their Cellar performances have become the stuff of legend.
Miraculously, two reels of tape of the Shadows of Knight live on stage at the Cellar (in 1966!) were eventually uncovered by Sundazed. As early as their 'Gloria' album debut in spring '66, the Shadows of Knight had separated themselves from the garage band pack with a heavily Chicago Blues-based, wildly rocking repertoire. Their trademark sound is on full display in this attitude-drenched, anarchic live recording from late in that exalted year.
For this expanded edition, the original sets and correct song sequence have been faithfully restored. And to top that, additional and until now completely unheard bonus material is rescued from those old reels. Specifically, added to an already scorching set are previously-unheard takes of "Peepin' and Hidin'" (sung by blues legend Joe Kelley), "Willie Jean" (with a vocal from drummer Tom Schiffour) and "Any Way That You Want Me". Equally important, the packaging now equals the musical contents thanks to an all-new, eye grabbing sleeve highlighted by John Hora's amazing original photography from '66.
Unlike their comparatively harnessed studio recordings, the Shadows of Knight are presented here raw 'n' alive, sloppy bordering on brilliant and with all the subtlety of a bulldozer. Would you want 'em any other way?1. Everybody Needs Somebody to Love
2. Don't Fight It
3. Got My Mojo Working
4. Any Way That You Want Me
5. Gospel Zone
6. Got To Get You Off My Mind
7. It Takes A Long Time Comin'
8. Hey Joe
9. Tomorrow's Gonna Be Another Day
10. Peepin' and Hidin'
11. Let It Rock
12. Willie Jean
14. Oh Yeah
15. Dark Side
16. Gloria$24.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Me MoanLet's get a few facts straight right off the bat. The name is Daughn
Gibson - rhymes with Jaughn, or Raughn. He was born in Nazareth, PA,
and currently resides in the sleepy college town of Carlisle, PA, where
he frequents local watering holes like The Cave and Alibis. He's 6'5,
200 pounds, and has a head of thick, jet-black hair thicker. He played
drums in Pearls & Brass. Daughn was a trucker, sure, but he's also
packed boxes in an un-air conditioned warehouse, climbed up commercial
broadcast towers with untested levels of radiation, worked at an adult
bookstore, done sound at dive bars and collected unemployment checks.
Daughn's been around.
Daughn Gibson first entered the daydreams of the general public in
2012 with his acclaimed debut, All Hell. Armed with modern technology
and a pile of thrift-store records, Daughn shook the ghosts out of scratchy
Christian folk records and baptized them as fierce Americana with his
booming baritone voice. His songs are as frequently tender as they are
prurient, as hopeful as they are brimming with despair. He treats the
past with respectful reverence while still being able to appreciate esoteric
modern-day electronic music from across the pond. The only real starting
point for the music of Daughn Gibson is Daughn Gibson.
It's on Daughn's second album and Sub Pop debut, Me Moan, that he
truly reveals himself to the world. If All Hell was a gritty black-and-white
movie, Me Moan is a widescreen IMAX 3D extravaganza. While the roots
of All Hell's sample-based music remain, these songs are performed
live, lushly detailed and richly orchestrated.
Live drums, guitars (by John Baizley of Baroness and Jim Elkington of Brokeback), pedal steel, horns,
house strings, bagpipes and organs appear on this record, but never
does it feel over-stuffed - every instrument or melody is perfectly in place.
Me Moan isn't just Daughn Gibson's primal scream, it's a skirmish
through the full spectrum of emotion, unfiltered and impassioned.
Like Cormac McCarthy or Robert Altman, Daughn Gibson is a uniquely
American artist who throws his soul into his work, free of compromise,
possessed by unique vision and so damn intense that he constantly
teeters on spontaneous combustion. It's not out of line to consider Me
Moan as his Blood Meridian; his Nashville. All that's left is for you to let
Daughn in.1. The Sound of Law
2. Phantom Rider
3. Mad Ocean
4. The Pisgee Nest
5. You Don't Fade
7. Won't You Climb
8. The Right Signs
9. Kissin on the Blacktop
10. All My Days Off
11. Into the Sea$15.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Adult FilmTim Kasher seems to never rest. Since 1997, he has written and released 12 full-length albums both as a solo artist and with his bands Cursive and The Good Life, and has crisscrossed North America and Europe countless times on tour. His newest album, sophomore solo effort Adult Film, began coming together in late 2011, just shortly after Cursive finished recording their seventh LP I Am Gemini (Saddle Creek, 2012). Kasher continued to work on it over the next year before heading to Electrical Audio studio in his adopted hometown of Chicago, IL in spring 2013.
Adult Film is more thematically elastic than any other of his recent albums, and spans songs that reflect on matters such as aging and mortality, growing up and growing older, and how these things impact our relationships-including the way we interact with and view the life around us. Kasher is as lyrically incisive as ever: the album is packed
with thoughtful apprehensions, cleverly turned phrases, and reflections on himself and the world at large, all run through his distinctive filter of dry wit and frequent self-deprecation.
Musically, the new album plays down the orchestral element of his lush debut solo album The Game Of Monogamy (Saddle Creek, 2010) and offers a more direct, yet no less affecting, blend of rock and pop. Kasher is aided throughout by Sara Bertuldo (bass, vocals), Patrick Newbery (organ, keys, synths, horns), and Dylan Ryan (drums) - who backed him while touring around Monogamy-as well as Nate Kinsella (drums; of Make Believe and Birthmark); Laura Stevenson (vocals; of Laura Stevenson and the Cans); Matt Focht (drums; of Head Of Femur); Jenna Morrison (vocals; of Conduits); Laura Carrozza (flute; of Aficionado); and Sarah Holtschlag (saw). Adult Film was mixed by John Congleton (St. Vincent, Wye Oak, Explosions In The Sky) at Elmwood Recording in Dallas, TX.
Kasher has become known throughout his career for insightful, literate, and candid songwriting, and his solo work and albums with Cursive and The Good Life have been praised by Rolling Stone, Esquire, The New York Times, Alternative Press, SPIN, Entertainment Weekly, Billboard, The A.V. Club, and Vice, among many others.1. American Lit
2. Truly Freaking Out
3. Where's Your Heart Lie
4. The Willing Cuckold
5. Life and Limbo
6. Lay Down Your Weapons
7. You Scare Me to Death
8. A Raincloud is a Raincloud
9. A Looping Distress Signal
10. A Lullaby, sort of$16.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Maria Taylor has been beguiling listeners since 1997, from her start in Little Red Rocket as a teenager to her time spent as half of the acclaimed duo Azure Ray to her career as a solo artist. Shes released a trio of varied, accomplished, and successful solo albums over six years; 2005s 11:11, 2007s Lynn Teeter Flower, 2009s LadyLuck and in 2010, after a six-year hiatus from Azure Ray, she reunited with Orenda Fink for the bands fourth album, Drawing Down The Moon.
Taylors journey has carried her from hometown Birmingham, AL, to Athens, GA, to Omaha, NE, and to Los Angeles, CA, and on tours all over the world. Guided by an indomitable inner compass, her instincts called her home to Birmingham in early 2010. She packed her things in LA and drove southeasterly, unsure exactly why but heading back to her family and to the South, which has always greatly influenced her music.
It was surprising to Taylor then, that after buying her first house and settling in, she was unable to write any songs for an entire year. Concerned, but busy with touring and promotion around Azure Rays new album, she carried on. Then last December during a month-long break, she finally wrote a song, the ruminative and haunting Happenstance, and the floodgates opened. Taylor hid away in her bedroom for two weeks, writing and demo-ing the nine songs that now make up her lush fourth LP Overlook.
With a distinct, raw sound in mind, Taylor self-produced for the first time and called upon friend and neighbor Lester Nuby III (Verbena, Vulture Whale) to engineer Overlook. She sought to capture the sound of the South, of Alabama and its music scene, enlisting a host of local musicians to flesh out the album and lend their personalities to the songs. These contributions proved invaluable: Browan Lollar (Jason Isbell & the 400 Unit) handled lead guitar on all tracks, while adding acoustic and lap steel throughout; brother Macey (The Mystic Valley Band, A.A. Bondy) played bass on the entire record, adding banjo, organ, and keys; and Nuby provided his formidable drumming skills on two tracks, while Taylor herself played the remaining drum parts. Sister Kate played and sang on a couple of songs, including Matador, and dad Macey, Sr. played mandolin and sang on Bad Idea?, which was recorded completely live after only a few practices, simply seven of her close friends standing in a circle, making music. The sessions ran loose and easy, with family and friends often stopping in and spending time as she recorded. Taylor even hired LA-based but Birmingham-native Daniel Farris to mix the album, and her friend, local artist Margarette Simmons, designed Overlooks artwork.
In addition to tracking many songs live, Taylor kept a number of her own demo tracks (drum, guitar, keyboard) recorded in her bedroom straight to her computer without a microphone, in the final songs; the result maintains the unguarded honesty captured in the first moments of creation.
Much of Overlook is about the searching and uncertainties that come with growing up and growing older. The songs vary in sound from alluringly bold and immediate, and softer contemplation. Masterplan is the taut, simmering intro to the albums richness, all thundering drums, jangly guitar, and soaring keys, as Taylors evocative vocals haunt like a warning bell. Matador then shifts gears to a sultry, lusciously modern take on 60s pop strut unlike anything shes written before. Relationship gone-sour tale In A Bad Way follows later in the album and shares a similarly seductive, but looser, groove. The old-time shuffle of Bad Idea? could have been heard in a 1920s speakeasy, while the sunny guitars of This Could Take A Lifetime belie the dark and longing ache found within the songs bedrock. All through Overlook, Taylors voice is illuminating, drawing listeners in with its warm and resolute yet vulnerable grace.1. Masterplan
4. Like It Does
5. Bad Idea?
6. Idle Mind
7. In A Bad Way
8. This Could Take a Lifetime
9. Along for the Ride$14.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
VThe emergence of Swedish duo JJ in March 2009 was both meaningful and mysterious. A debut single, 'jj no.1', enchanted the music press, simultaneously existing across indie-pop and hip-hop spectrums, excitingly new and yet frustratingly vague in its presentation. This was a taste, a scent, something intangible, an impression made without force. The music was here, but little else - its makers remained anonymous. Pitchfork's Best New Music review for the band's debut album, summer 2009's 'jj no.2', spoke first of their enigmatic qualities, rather than precisely what this music was: another sumptuous menagerie of styles, blended by an expert hand, intoxicating and otherworldly. Both Elin Kastlander and Joakim Benon appeared in the Marcus Söderlund-directed video to 'Let Go'. Cover, broken.
We didn't mean to be anonymous, to begin with, says Kastlander. We just knew we needed to put our music out.
I'd say we've been working on this album our whole lives, says Benon of 'V', the band's third long-player. It's the thing I've always wanted to do. I feel that we've been working on this album ever since we began to record music. We have never really had any other plan than to make this V shit happen and at the same time we never knew what it was - the story presented itself to us - and it's a story that's always been clear. It's only grown in its own way. And now we're finished, we look at it and back at it, and can begin to realize what it really is, what we have done, because it's something you don't necessarily decide for yourself, even though you've made it. And the songs... we don't write them, we just do our best to catch them forever, for real. JJ have, with new album 'V', realised the definitive expression of their experiences to date, and are finally comfortable with being a press-welcoming, tour-ready outfit.
As Benon explains, everything the pair has produced in the past has been part of this journey, to a zenith that they always sought to reach. But just as 'My Boyz' exists exclusively in and of itself, so too does the new album's material, always envisioned as a whole, separate from other projects despite carrying over select DNA from its pop progenitors.
Tracks like the gorgeously understated 'Be Here Now' and subtle strings of 'When I Need You' float into clarity, coming together from vaporous beginnings. The latter number is one of several on 'V' that showcase how Kastlander has grown as a vocalist. Hers is no indiscernible mumble, no vulnerable presence set to music that fizzes like a beachside cocktail on 'Fågelsången' and soars on digital wings on 'All White Everything'; rather, it's a mix-spearing confirmation that, whatever the bruised heart or open sexuality behind the lyrics, she's intent on connecting without compromise. Words are crisp, intonation perfect. There's still a hard thud on occasion, too: 'Hold Me' opens with lean-flavoured raps, before twisting into a stained-glass confessional of absolute gravity, and 'All Ways, Always' packs substantial swagger beside its rock riffs.
We do it now, sings Kastlander on 'I'. And now really is the time for JJ, as acknowledged by Benon. At last I have music that I really want to listen to, that I want to hear from a stage. In a way, we've made this music quite selfishly, to appeal primarily to ourselves and I really haven't felt this way about our material before. This is the moment. It's for real now.
And why do anything to restrict the sharing of that joy? Evidently at the top of their game in 2014, JJ are ready to, in Benon's words, communicate with the world, quite unlike they've ever done so before. They're embracing, not retreating. Besides, mysteries are more frustrating than fascinating without resolution.1. V
3. Dean & Me
4. All White Everything
5. When I Need You
8. Inner Light
9. Hold Me
11. Be Here Now
12. All Ways, Always$19.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Old RamonOld Ramon, the sixth Red House Painters album, recorded in the
fall of 1997 through the spring of 1998, was intended for release
that summer. But the mega-major label merger catastrophe that
left hundreds of bands homeless spared few. Red House Painters
looked for a brief moment like survivors, but subsequent delays
eventually turned into permanent layoff. Old Ramon sat in limbo
and grew into legend as another great, lost album only the
privileged few would ever properly hear. They've unintentionally
put the wait back into the term "long-awaited."
Singer Mark Kozelek kept busy with a series of other projects. He
served as producer for Take Me Home: A Tribute to John Denver.
As archivist for the 4AD Red House Painters Retrospective album,
assembling rarities and live tracks. As solo artist with several
tracks on the Shanti Project album, and two albums Rock 'n' Roll
Singer and What's Next to the Moon, a collection of AC/DC songs
reinterpreted. As live performer, touring the United States, United
Kingdom, Spain, Sweden and his first ever shows in South Korea.
As film scorer for the independent film Last Ball. And, finally, as
actor in Cameron Crowe's critically acclaimed Almost Famous.
But while playing a musician in a movie-Kozelek appears as the
bassist of Stillwater in Almost Famous-was an exciting diversion,
it also pointed out the absurdity and irony of the situation. He'd
been writing and performing his own music since the 1980s, with
Red House Painters since the early 1990s. He was a musician, not
just someone who might play one on TV.
With Old Ramon sitting on the shelf, it was like reading a book
with a chapter missing. Kozelek had written most of the album
throughout 1996 and 1997. There were "Between Days" and
"Wop-a-din-din," written during the months he stayed in Oaxaca,
Mexico about his time there and his cat waiting at home in San
Francisco; "Cruiser" written on an airplane ride from Los Angeles
to San Francisco about a friend he'd met during the John Cale
tour; and "Golden," a song in tribute to John Denver, written and
recorded in a single day during December of 1997, just a few
months after Denver's tragic death. "Michigan" and "River" had
been road-tested on the band's previous tour.
The album, in fact, had come together with a good feeling, reuniting
the band with their old friend and engineer Billy Anderson,
who'd worked on their earlier records Down Colorful Hill and the
two self-titled releases (Rollercoaster and Bridge by their covers).
Sessions in San Francisco, Mendocino, California and Austin,
Texas resulted in several hours' worth of music being recorded.
The band had spread out and worked up various arrangements for
a majority of the tunes. Sadly, a twenty-minute version of "Michigan"
fell to the cutting room floor.
But the ten songs packed onto Old Ramon (the title comes from a
Spanish children's book that caught Kozelek's fancy) well
represent the band that will take to the road for the first time in
several years with extensive touring throughout the United States
and Europe. Once freed from their major label commitments,
reputable independent labels bid for the band's services. This,
however, is the album exactly as it was intended-untouched-three
years to the month of its completion. Good news:
The wait is officially over.1. Wop-A-Din-Din
2. Byrd Joel
4. Between Days
10. Kavita$22.99Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
ReworksWith its distinctive renditions of songs by DJ Shadow, My Bloody
Valentine, Fleet Foxes, and more, Walt Wagner's Reworks shows how
three Seattle institutions - Wagner, the city's renowned Canlis
restaurant, and Sub Pop Records - have evolved over the years. When
veteran pianist Wagner first landed at Canlis in 1996, he started out
performing a set heavy on the Great American Songbook and the
occasional pop tune. As young staff members recommended new
artists and songs, Wagner's repertoire grew deeper and more varied -
especially after the next generation of the Canlis family took over in
2003. Yet whether the source material was Pink Floyd, Prince,
Metallica, or the Weeknd, the challenge remained the same: "To distill
the vibe on a record, the very essence of a song, into solo piano
One fateful night a couple years ago, a crew from Sub Pop were dining
at the restaurant when they recognized melodies by Adele and Daft
Punk wafting through the restaurant and decided to investigate. Canlis
co-owner Mark Canlis offered the Sub Pop crew a full tour, and when
he pulled out a vintage copy of the '60s LP Live At Canlis, an idea was
born. With Wagner preparing to retire, the time was ripe for a recording
that captured his inimitable gifts in their natural surroundings.
In preparation for the big night, Wagner sat down with the Sub Pop
team for more ideas. "I wanted them to feed me tunes that they loved
and could imagine hearing me play." Sub Pop alumni Fleet Foxes and
Band of Horses were already staples of Wagner's sets, but what magic
could he work with DJ Shadow, Phoenix, or My Bloody Valentine? He
had three months to find out.
The album's opening selection, "Building Steam with a Grain of Salt,"
provides a glimpse into Wagner's modus operandi. "The first time I
listened to it, I said 'well what can I do with that?'" He recalls. "But
the more I listened, the more I noticed these signature moments in the
song, and through messing around with those and improvisation, I
ended up with my version."
Recorded before a packed house on October 9, 2016, Reworks is more
than just a souvenir of a very special evening; it captures decades of
musicianship that forged Wagner's distinctive style. He studied
classical piano throughout his youth, yet kept his playing secret until
he'd reached his teens, when he began playing in rock bands.
While learning to improvise and play more rhythmically made him a hit
with his peers, his classical instruction made his band the Exotics
especially popular with local bookers. "We were one of the only bands
that could read music, so we accompanied different stars of the time:
Dick and Dee Dee, Johnny Crawford, all these '50s and early '60s
artists that came to town." The Exotics even cut a single, a Wagner
original entitled "Oasis," that made it to #3 on local radio station KJR
in the summer of 1961.
In the years that followed, Wagner played at downtown Seattle
watering holes and eateries and refined his jazz chops. Two decades at
Canlis taught him to interact with listeners in a whole new way. And
now, flush with excitement over Reworks, Wagner may not stay retired
for long.1. Building Steam With a Grain of Salt (DJ Shadow)
2. I Only Said (My Bloody Valentine)
3. Desiree (The Left Banke)
4. Mykonos (Fleet Foxes)
5. 1901 (Phoenix)
6. Bondye (Goat)
7. No One's Gonna Love You (Band of Horses)
8. Purple Rain (Prince)
9. The Funeral (Band of Horses)
10. Ever Fallen In Love (Buzzcocks)$17.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Think Tank (Special Edition)To celebrate the 21st Anniversary of their debut release, Blur's last album (to date) Think Tank has now been expanded across two discs, cut on heavyweight 180g audiophile vinyl and housed in a replica of the original sleeve artwork.
Sessions for Blur's seventh album began in the band's London Studio 13 late in 2001. Recording moved southwards when the band packed up the entire studio and migrated to Marrakech, and finishing touches were added in Devon. The final thirteen tracks were selected from more than twenty-five completed songs. Think Tank is Blur's only album as a three piece, founding guitarist Graham Coxon was present for the initial sessions and plays on one track, album closer Battery In Your Leg.LP1
2. Out of Time
3. Crazy Beat
4. Good Song
5. On the Way to the Club
6. Brothers and Sisters
2. We've Got a File On You
3. Moroccan Peoples Revolutionary Bowls Club
4. Sweet Song
6. Gene By Gene
7. Battery in Your Leg$24.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
War PsalmsMorning Glory have completed work on their new album War Psalms, packed with 13 memorable songs. Read what Ezra Kire, singer of Morning Glory, had to say:
We took the summer off to record this record. We were driving Jesse (Cannon) nuts by camping out in his studio. I was up to writing at all hours of the night, taking brief naps under the piano. In the end we had 27 tracks from which to assemble this album. People who like earlier M-glory are definitely gonna like it. It's faster, heavier, & more raw & stripped down than Poets, but retains that anthemic morning glory message. Brian Viglione (dresden dolls, and now violent femmes) added massive strength to the entire record with his powerhouse drumming style. Music is a forward moving journey & I can't wait for it to be released. Everyone who's heard it agrees that this record rocks.1. Calm and Alarm
2. Standard Issue
3. Natas Behind Me
4. I Am Machine Gun
5. Nationality Anthem
6. I Want Control
7. War Haka
8. War Dance
9. Punx Not Dead, I Am
10. Karry On
11. This Kool-Aid Is Delicious
12. Know Your Wrongs
13. Home Free$15.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Marshall Stockwell Portable Speaker
Have a question about this product? Please email our audio advisor or call 1-877-929-8729 with any questions or concerns regarding your equipment purchase.
Big Sound, Small Package
Built for life on the road, the Stockwell is the smallest travel speaker made by Marshall today. This portable active stereo speaker weighs just 1.20 kg, which means it'll go wherever you want it to. Rechargeable lithium-ion batteries are built into the Stockwell, which give it 25 hours of playing time. The handy USB port also allows you to charge your devices when you're on the go.
The Stockwell packs a sonic punch, with two 2.25" woofers and two Class D amplifiers, making it the loudest speaker in its class. Volume, bass and treble can be adjusted quickly and easily with the retractable analogue control knobs located at the top of the speaker. Using the Stockwell to receive and end phone calls is a breeze, just tap the phone button on the control panel to answer, or tap it again to end a call. Bluetooth 4.0 technology and a 3.5mm input means connecting your listening device is super easy.
A multi-functional flip cover can be added on or purchased separately for added protection and a little extra style when you're transporting the Stockwell.$229.99Portable Speaker with Case Option Buy Now
BloodlinesIn their short two-year existence, Head North have already shown their ability to challenge themselves and elevate their sound. After self-releasing a championed pop-punk EP with Scrapbook Minds in 2014, the band headed out on a DIY tour with A Will Away, and the bands released a split together that following summer. The two songs Head North deliver on the split bring them another step above prototypical pop-punk. Trading the hardcore-tinged guitars of their first EP for a smoother sound, the band swings between the pop-punk fury of The Story So Far and the dynamic songwriting prowess of Manchester Orchestra. Hailing from Buffalo, NY, Head North has used their indie-influenced pop-punk to break out of the local scene and demand the attention of a national audience. Packing in sentiments as big as their sound, the band hits home with walls of guitars lines, frenetic punk rock drums and an emotional complexity behind their lyrics. Singer Brent Martone hits raspy notes of anger and sadness, knowing when to shriek and when to soften, adding a layer of versatile energy to back up his passion. The band's growth will only become more apparent on an upcoming six-song EP, which will be released via Bad Timing Records in the spring of 2015. With two releases and a full U.S. tour under their belt, 2014 was the first Year of Head North. Their partnership with Bad Timing Records, alongside a spring tour with Have Mercy, hint that 2015 will be another huge step forward for this young and passionate band.1. Brave Hands
3. The Planet
4. The Path
5. Old & Grey
6. Windowless$15.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
The Bob's Burgers Music Album (Deluxe Box Set)
Deluxe Limited-Edition Box Set Includes "Condiment-Colored" Vinyl (Ketchup Red, Mustard Yellow & Relish Green), Plus A Hardbound Lyrics Book With Exclusive Bob's Burgers Artwork, A Soft Cover Sheet-Music Songbook, Three Original Posters, A Six-Piece Sticker Pack, And A Patch.
Includes Five "Bob's Buskers" Tracks On A White 7" Single
Bob's Burgers premiered on the Fox network January 2011, and quickly became one of the most watched series on television. After enjoying the highest-rated new season premiere of the 2010-11 season, Bob's Burgers quickly settled into an average viewership of over 4 million per episode. The show has won an Emmy award and been nominated five times, including a current nomination for Outstanding Animated Program. It has inspired many popular spinoff items, including a recent, best-selling cookbook. With the seventh season set to premiere this fall, Bob's Burgers' cultural influence only grows.
Now comes The Bob's Burgers Music Album, featuring 107 songs from the first 107 episodes (all six existing seasons), plus five special cover versions of songs from the show. Originally broadcast within the episodes - and often in abbreviated form - these songs appear here in their freestanding glory for the first time.
• The album features the main cast members - Bob (Jon Benjamin) and Linda (John Roberts) and their children Tina (Dan Mintz), Gene (Eugene Mirman) and Louise (Kristen Schaal) - singing original songs that build on the show's unique sense of humor.
• Also featured are many of the show's recurring and special guests, from comedians like Aziz Ansari, Sarah Silverman, Kevin Kline, Paul Rudd, Bill Hader, Zack Galifianakis, and Fred Armisen, to musical guests Cyndi Lauper and Carly Simon.
• Includes five never-aired "Bob's Buskers" cover versions of songs from the show performed by St. Vincent, the National, Lapsley, and Stephin Merritt of Magnetic Fields.LP 1
1. The Bob's Burgers Theme Song
2. Lifting Up the Skirt of the Night
3. Butts, Butts, Butts
4. Theme from Banjo
5. Da Ding Ding
6. Pirates of Panache
7. Weekend at Mort's
8. Sex Music
9. Wing Man
10. Taffy Butt
11. Getting Out of P.E.
12. Groping for Glory
13. Oil Spill
14. One Way or Another
15. The Prince of Persuasia
16. Bad Girls
17. You Got Beefsquatched
18. Milkin' the Cow
19. Fun! Fun! Fun! Fun! -
20. Parakeet in Your Hat
21. Kill the Turkey
22. The Diarrhea Song
23. Silent Love
24. Silent Muffler
25. The Harry Truman Song
26. Daddy / The Itsy Bitsy Stripper
27. Sex Sex Sex Sex Sex
28. You're the Best
29. Mad Pooper
30. Buckle It Up
31. Love Mission
32. Two People
33. Can't Get Enough (of Your Woman Stuff)
34. Funky Finger
35. This Is Working
36. Baby Hold On
37. Electric Love
39. The Snake Song
40. Fracas Foam
41. The Kids Run the Restaurant
1. Coal Mine
2. Whisper in Your Eyes
3. I Wanna Hear Your Secrets
4. I've Got a Yum Yum
5. Rain, Rain, Flash, Flash
6. We're Coming for Ya
7. Quicky Kiss It
9. Sneaky Pete
10. Gravy Boat
11. We Won the Talent Show
12. Derek Dematopolis
13. Not Bad for Havin' Three Kids
14. Jingle in the Jungle
15. Slumber Party Fashion Show
16. It's Not Magic It's Tragic
17. The Fart Song
18. Hava Nagila
19. Equestranauts Theme
20. Nice Things Are Nice
21. Wharf of Wonder
22. Bad Things Are Bad
23. Die Hard / Working Girl Musical Medley
24. Work Hard or Die Trying, Girl
25. Jeff (Il Est Mort)
26. Your Best Friend
27. Love Is in Control (Finger on the Trigger)
28. Christmas Magic
29. Happy Crappy Place
30. Darryl's Slow Jam
1. I'm Jimmy Jr. Pesto
2. The Sheriff Had a Piggy
3. Lipstick on His Pickup
4. I'll Trade You These Tears / I Won't Go Solo on You
5. Shimmy Tap
6. Date Night
7. Don't You Love Cotton Candy
8. Jam with Darryl
9. His Name Is Lenny
10. I Don't Need Music
11. I Want Some Burgers and Fries
12. BM in the PM
13. I'm Falling for Helen
14. 99 Red Balloons
15. It's Called Fate (And It's Great)
16. I Love You So Much (It's Scary)
17. It's Thanksgiving for Everybody
18. The Spirits of Christmas
19. The Nice-Capades
20. Amor por Favor (Me Llamo Tina)
21. It's Valentine's Day
22. Hot Ham and Cheese Day
23. Cease and Desist
24. Muse Dance
25. If You Love Something
26. Fart Stools (for the Gifted)
27. Do the Dirty Pigeon
28. Two Butted Goat
29. Butt Phone
30. Breaking Out
32. Just What I Needed
33. I Love Charades
34. I'm Tall Enough
35. Yat Dat Dat Da
36. Bad Stuff Happens in the Bathroom
1. Bad Girls (Bob's Buskers) - By St. Vincent
2. Electric Love (Bob's Buskers) - By Stephin Merritt, Kenny Mellman
3. Sailors in Your Mouth (Bob's Buskers) - By The National
4. Christmas Magic (Bob's Buskers) - By The National
5. Bad Stuff Happens in the Bathroom (Bob's Buskers) - By The National, Låpsley, & Bob's Burgers$74.99Colored Vinyl LP + 7 Single Box Set - 3 LPs Sealed Buy Now
Arisen New Era (Awaiting Repress)Blue And White Colored Vinyl
Unique Leader Records confirms that French death metal legion, KRONOS, will drop their Arisen New Era long player upon the masses. Recorded, mixed and mastered by David Potvin at Dome Studios (Lyzanxia, Arcania, Under The Abyss etc.) in Angers, France, the band's latest slab of audio menace features nine scalding tracks of unrelenting barbarity adorned in the distinctive cover art of Pierre Alain (Withering Soul, Silentlie, Cyrax etc.).
A name derived from the Greek god of time, Kronos (or Cronus), father of Zeus, KRONOSwas forged over fifteen years ago and quickly established a name for themselves based solely on their musical unity of harmony and violence. Featuring a continuous textual reference to the gods of ancient civilizations, KRONOS punctures ears with a heightened level of dynamics accomplished by only by a select number of bands. It all began in a small town in the Northeastern province of Alsace-Lorraine. Following various lineup shifts and musical experimentation, the pandemonium squad recorded their first demo in 2000. One year later, KRONOS would unleash their Titan's Awakening debut. Produced entirely by the band, the lethal creation lead to a union with French imprint Warpath Records. By the end of 2001, Titan's Awakening was expelled once again into the world, this time with a brand new cover designed by Deather (Gurkkhas, Vital Remains, Angel Corpse) as well as a visually disquieting booklet.
KRONOS later joined forces with Spanish label Xtreem Music run by Avulsed's Dave Rotten, for the unleashing of their next two full-lengths. Second offering, Colossal Titan Strife was discharged in 2004 to the applause of underground critics in the proverbial know. Metal Crypt commended the band's "diversified guitar work intricate drum patterns wicked guitar solos and.. good number of catchy yet non-compromising hooks," further insisting, "This French outfit is definitely worth checking out," while Sputnik Music championed, "an impressive album that shows off the capabilities of death metal done right. KRONOSmanaged to pack a metric ton of creativity into each song and you will barely hear the same riff twice." Added Last Rites simply, "worth your time if you need some solid, well-produced death metal." Third offspring, The Hellenic Terror, emerged in April 2007 and served as an attestation of the band's enormous capacity for skilled execution and originality. Said Metal Crypt in a near perfect review of the release, "The Hellenic Terrorcontains more melodic sections than Colossal Titan Strife, but still possesses almost as much brutality . KRONOS is one of the few death metal bands that manage to be melodic, brutal and still remain catchy as hell in their riffs and solos. This is definitely a must-have for fans of death metal."
Now that this Gallic Titan has blossomed into a powerful entity, they're ready to vanquish and destroy the world with musical bloodlust and the diabolic wares of Arisen New Era.1. Infernal Abyss Sovereignty
2. Zeus Dethroned
3. Soul-Voracious Vultures
4. Rapture In Misery
5. Klymenos Underwrath
6. Aeons Titan Crown
8. Purity Slaughtered
9. Hellysium$19.99Colored Vinyl LP - Sealed AWAITING REPRESS Buy Now
Blazing Saddles Soundtrack (Discontinued)Import
Limited Edition (Limited to 1000 Copies)
28 tracks including dialogue Blazing Saddles is widely regarded as one of the greatest of all Hollywood comedies, a fact underlined by its three Academy Award nominations. Writer and director Mel Brooks brought to the soundtrack exactly what played out on screen, a glorious, gag-packed parody of the western genre. The main theme performed by Frankie Laine was one of those Academy Award nominations. Running a trade ad to find a Laine sound-alike to perform the song he was astonished to see the great man himself turn up to deliver this delicious parody of of every wild west theme he had previously performed mixing elements of Rawhide, Mule Train and Gunfight At The OK Corral. In collaboration with John Morris, Brooks skilfully also created a magnificent score that refined every possible musical cliche connected to westerns from swirling strings to choral refrains. Originally only released in part in the 1970s this 40th anniversary edition is the most complete version yet with 28 tracks that also incorporates some of the most hilarious dialogue from the film.This is a soundtrack created with love that captures perfectly the essence of a truly great film, now a rarity in the modern cinema era.1. Signature/Main Title
2. Ballad Of Rock Ridge
3. April In Paris
5. Excuse Me While I Whip This Out (Dialogue)
6. Wagon Train Flashback
9. Merrily We Roll Along
10. I'm Tired
11. Schnitzengruben (Dialogue)
12. Bart Returns
13. Alky 1-2-3 / Ballad of Rock Ridge (sad) / Desperado Registration / Night Camp Tent
14. A New Rock Ridge
15. Nitwits (Dialogue)
16. Voodoo You Do / The Big Fight / French Mistake
17. The Studio Fight / Grauman's
18. Noble Farewell / Finale
19. Signature / Main Title (instrumental / chorus version)
20. Ballad Of Rock Ridge (instrumental)$37.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl - Sealed Buy Now
Sweet Summer Sun-Hyde Park LiveThis summer, over 100,000 delirious fans packed into Hyde Park for two spectacular outdoor concerts to see Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood do what they do best. The Stones delivered a five star performance packed full of hits such as 'Start Me Up', 'Brown Sugar', 'Jumpin' Jack Flash', 'Miss You', 'It's Only Rock 'N' Roll', 'Gimme Shelter', 'Doom And Gloom' and 'Sympathy For The Devil', as well as one or two surprises.
Mick Jagger said: "It was a great gig It was beautiful with the sun going down over Hyde Park. I can't think of a better way celebrate the Rolling Stones' 50 than doing it on our home patch in front of 100,000 people on a glorious summer night enjoy it we certainly did."
Keith Richards commented: "Coming back to Hyde Park was like a full circle being drawn, and the band were in top form. We thought what could be more appropriate than having a great summer in London!"
From the second the Rolling Stones stepped out onto the stage each night, through to the dazzling firework and pyrotechnic display that heralded the end of the concert, fans old and new were treated to a non-stop, hit after hit performance, which took them through the Stones' huge back catalogue. Keith Richards wowed the crowds by weaving his charismatic guitar licks with Ronnie Wood's immense solos, Mick Jagger was on spectacular form, his boundless energy on stage matched by a number of stunning outfit changes, and Charlie Watts the unflappable heartbeat of the band, driving the band on through the set.
Former guitarist Mick Taylor - whose live debut with the Stones took place at the original 1969 Hyde Park concert - joined the band on stage to guest on the bluesy 'Midnight Rambler' and on closing track 'Satisfaction', whilst long-term live band members Lisa Fischer, Darryl Jones, Chuck Leavell, Bernard Fowler, Bobby Keys and Tim Ries all added their inimitable flair and finesse.
The Rolling Stones Sweet Summer Sun - Hyde Park Live is the perfect way for concert-goers to relive their favourite memories from the gigs, and for their fans to see the band back where they truly belong: live on the stage in their hometown.LP 1
1. Start Me Up
2. It's Only Rock 'n' Roll
3. Tumbling Dice
4. Emotional Rescue
5. Street Fighting Man
6. Ruby Tuesday
7. Doom And Gloom
8. Paint It Black
1. Honky Tonk Women
2. You Got The Silver
3. Before They Make Me Run
4. Miss You
5. Midnight Rambler
6. Gimme Shelter
1. Jumpin' Jack Flash
2. Sympathy For The Devil
3. Brown Sugar
4. You Can't Always Get What You Want
5. (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction
1. Start Me Up
2. It's Only Rock 'n' Roll
3. Street Fighting Man
4. Ruby Tuesday
5. Doom And Gloom
6. Honky Tonk Women
7. You Got The Silver
9. Miss You
10. Midnight Rambler
11. Gimme Shelter
12. Jumpin' Jack Flash
13. Sympathy For The Devil
14. Brown Sugar
15. You Can't Always Get What You Want
16. (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction$59.99Vinyl LP + DVD - 3 LPs Sealed Buy Now
Celebrate Friday Music First Time 180 Gram Audiophile Hard Rock Manna!
#1 Damn Yankees Album
Ted Nugent - Tommy Shaw (Styx) - Jack Blades (Night Ranger) & Michael Cartellone (Accept/ Lynyrd Skynyrd)
Mastered Impeccably By Joe Reagoso
First Time Gatefold Cover Art Presentation
Featuring Four Top Chart Hits: High Enough, Come Again, Coming Of Age, & Runaway
Damn Yankees were a superstar collective featuring hard-rockin' guitar master Ted Nugent, pioneer prog-rock guitarist Tommy Shaw from Styx, the multi-talent Night Ranger's Jack Blades on bass and drummer Michael Cartellone from hard rockers Accept. Together these four statesmen of hard rock developed a successful formula that broke out in the early 1990's while delivering a huge debut release with their self-titled smash Damn Yankees.
The ten song masterwork has since been a favorite album of choice in the hearts and minds of rock music lovers for many years now. Featuring the stellar dynamic dual vocals from Tommy Shaw and Jack Blades, the mind-bending guitar work from the Motor City Madman Ted Nugent, and Michael Cartellone's powerful, drum work, this powerful quartet hit the top of the charts with their mega-double platinum Damn Yankees. As classic rock time has been good to them, the album firmly places them as one of hard rock's most popular debut releases of all time.
Jam-packed with four hit singles and six unforgettable album tracks, the Damn Yankees LP kept the rockers all over the radio dial and packing in concert arenas for several years. Who could forget the amazing power ballad High Enough, more chart-toppers like the rockin' Coming of Age and follow-up champions Runaway and Come Again.
Friday Music once again brings back the definitive classic rock albums with its latest home run Damn Yankees by Damn Yankees. For this special anniversary edition, we have pressed it on impeccable 180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl and mastered it from the original Warner Bros tapes by Joe Reagoso at Friday Music Studios and Capitol Mastering in Hollywood, CA. As an added bonus, we are presenting this limited edition album in a first time gatefold cover, which features photos and images of this iconic rock band Damn Yankees featuring Ted Nugent, Tommy Shaw, Jack Blades, & Michael Cartellone...a once in a lifetime album, impeccably mastered for the audiophile in all of us...from your friends at Friday Music. HIGH ENOUGH!1. Coming Of Age
2. Bad Reputation
4. High Enough
5. Damn Yankees
6. Come Again
8. Rock City
9. Tell Me How You Want It
10. Piledriver$32.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP Buy Now