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  • The Cold Of The Morning The Cold Of The Morning Quick View

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    The Cold Of The Morning


    LP Available For The First Time Since 1976!


    Sid Selvidge's The Cold Of The Morning is a mid-'70s Memphis classic. And, it almost never saw the light of day.


    Recorded in 1975, Selvidge and producer Jim Dickinson (Big Star, Ry Cooder, The Replacements) created a 12-track song cycle, captured live in the
    studio with Selvidge on vocals and guitar, plus Dickinson on piano with Memphis' iconic Mudboy and the Neutrons on two tracks. With a cover photo
    taken by William Eggleston, it was destined for greatness, but when Peabody Records' benefactor decided not to put the record out at the last minute, he
    gave the rights to the recently pressed LP to Selvidge, who drove down to the plant, loaded up his car and distributed them himself. The album eventually
    found its way into regional stores and the national press, even reaching the Cashbox charts, and was enough to take Selvidge to New York, but life
    intervened, and bigger record deals were not in the cards.


    Omnivore Recordings is proud to issue this indelible piece of the Memphis music canon on LP for the first
    time since its initial release.
    Consisting of originals, blues standards, and Broadway classics, The Cold Of The Morning, is not only a snapshot of a time and place, but of Selvidge
    himself. The package includes rare photographs and an in-depth essay from Bob Mehr of The Commercial Appeal.


    Selvidge would eventually turn Peabody into a boutique label, issuing records by Cybil Shepherd, and even Alex Chilton's solo debut, Like Files On
    Sherbert. He continued to record, releasing a 1993 album on Elektra and a triumphant swansong, I Should Be Blue, in 2010. But, it all began on The Cold
    Of The Morning. "He said, 'Look, I've made my classic record," recalls his son, Steve. "It was almost like he was apart from it. It really was the perfect
    capturing of the perfect moment, and it made for his most perfect statement."

    1. I've Got A Secret (Didn't We Shake Sugaree)
    2. Frank's Tune
    3. The Outlaw
    4. Boll Weevil
    5. Wished I Had A Dime
    6. Judge BoushÉ
    7. Then I'd Be Satisfied With Life
    8. Danny Boy
    9. Lazrus‡
    10. Many A Mile
    11. I Get The Blues When It Rains
    12. Miss The Mississippi And You
    Sid Selvidge
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  • For Sale: Live At Maxwell's 1986 For Sale: Live At Maxwell's 1986 Quick View

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    For Sale: Live At Maxwell's 1986

    For Sale: Live At Maxwell's 1986

    The Replacements initially formed in 1979, and were wild and quickly became notorious for their drunken, chaotic gigs. After they built up a sizable local following, the Minneapolis label Twin/Tone signed them. Critics and fellow musicians were quick to praise the band, and they developed a large underground following.

    LP 1
    1. Hayday (Live at Maxwell's, Hoboken, NJ, 2/4/86)
    2. Color Me Impressed (Live at Maxwell's, Hoboken, NJ, 2/4/86)
    3. Dose Of Thunder (Live at Maxwell's, Hoboken, NJ, 2/4/86)
    4. Fox On The Run (Live at Maxwell's, Hoboken, NJ, 2/4/86)
    5. Hold My Life (Live at Maxwell's, Hoboken, NJ, 2/4/86)
    6. I Will Dare (Live at Maxwell's, Hoboken, NJ, 2/4/86)
    7. Favorite Thing (Live at Maxwell's, Hoboken, NJ, 2/4/86)
    8. Unsatisfied (Live at Maxwell's, Hoboken, NJ, 2/4/86)
    9. Can't Hardly Wait (Live at Maxwell's, Hoboken, NJ, 2/4/86)
    10. Tommy Gets His Tonsils Out (Live at Maxwell's, Hoboken, NJ, 2/4/86)
    11. Takin A Ride (Live at Maxwell's, Hoboken, NJ, 2/4/86)
    12. Bastards Of Young (Live at Maxwell's, Hoboken, NJ, 2/4/86)
    13. Kiss Me On The Bus (Live at Maxwell's, Hoboken, NJ, 2/4/86)
    14. Black Diamond (Live at Maxwell's, Hoboken, NJ, 2/4/86)


    LP 2
    1. Johnny's Gonna Die (Live at Maxwell's, Hoboken, NJ, 2/4/86)
    2. Otto (Live at Maxwell's, Hoboken, NJ, 2/4/86)
    3. I'm In Trouble (Live at Maxwell's, Hoboken, NJ, 2/4/86)
    4. Left Of The Dial (Live at Maxwell's, Hoboken, NJ, 2/4/86)
    5. God Damn Job (Live at Maxwell's, Hoboken, NJ, 2/4/86)
    6. Answering Machine (Live at Maxwell's, Hoboken, NJ, 2/4/86)
    7. Waitress In The Sky (Live at Maxwell's, Hoboken, NJ, 2/4/86)
    8. Take Me Down To The Hospital (Live at Maxwell's, Hoboken, NJ, 2/4/86)
    9. Gary's Got A Boner (Live at Maxwell's, Hoboken, NJ, 2/4/86)
    10. If Only You Were Lonely (Live at Maxwell's, Hoboken, NJ, 2/4/86)
    11. Baby Strange (Live at Maxwell's, Hoboken, NJ, 2/4/86)
    12. Hitchin' A Ride (Live at Maxwell's, Hoboken, NJ, 2/4/86)
    13. Nowhere Man (Live at Maxwell's, Hoboken, NJ, 2/4/86)
    14. Go (Live at Maxwell's, Hoboken, NJ, 2/4/86)
    15. Fuck School (Live at Maxwell's, Hoboken, NJ, 2/4/86)

    The Replacements
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  • Live May 11, 1968 Live May 11, 1968 Quick View

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    Live May 11, 1968

    Blessed with one of the best live recording qualities one can hear from '60s efforts -- especially considering that H.P. Lovecraft was never a major success -- Live May 11, 1968 provides a reasonable alternate way for the curious to find out what the shouting was all about. Split almost evenly between first and second album material, and featuring then-new bassist Jeff Boyan (brought in to replace Jerry McGeorge), this release shows that the quintet certainly had something.


    Edwards and Michaels' lead vocals work great together live -- their training and earlier studio experience showing well -- and the whole band tackles the spirit of the times to a T. Two standout performances are the one-two punch of The White Ship and At the Mountain of Madness, both of which also make for the perfect tribute to the original Lovecraft himself. Occasional introductory comments surface from Edwards, but otherwise the five just get it all together and take off -- and do so quite well.

    1. Wayfaring Stranger
    2. The Drifter
    3. It's About Time
    4. The White Ship
    5. At The Mountains Of Madness
    6. The Bag I'm In
    7. I've Been Wrong Before
    8. Country Boy
    H.P Lovecraft
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  • What It Is To Burn - X Live What It Is To Burn - X Live Quick View

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    What It Is To Burn - X Live

    Formed in Temecula, CA
    in 1999, the quintet of Nate
    Barcalow, Alex Linares, Randy
    Strohmeyer, Alex Pappas
    and Derrek Doherty known
    as Finch, are labeled as the
    fore-fathers of the "screamo"
    and post hardcore genre. Influenced by the hard leanings
    of bands like Deftones and
    Hum, and the pop sensibilities of Jimmy Eat World and
    Blink-182, Finch began a sonic
    revolution in popular music
    that still echoes today.


    The band signed to Drive-Thru
    Records in 2001 after guitarist Strohmeyer sent out a demo to owners Richard and Stephanie Reines while he was working on the label's street team.
    Drive-Thru saw something in the Southern California band and decided
    to take a risk on a sound that was more aggressive than their current range
    of artists. Their first EP, Falling into Place sold more than 6,000 copies
    within the first few months and gave them the momentum they needed to
    create their groundbreaking first album What It Is To Burn. Recorded in
    the winter of 2001, What It Is To Burn was released the following spring.
    The album produced three radio hits, charted Number 1 on the Billboard
    Heatseekers chart and 188 on the Billboard 200.


    They spent years touring in support of What It Is To Burn, sharing
    the stage with the likes of Glassjaw, The Starting Line, Yellowcard, and
    Blink-182, among others. In 2005, they decided it was time for a follow up,
    and went in a more artsy direction with Say Hello To Sunshine. Drummer
    Alex Pappas left the band and was replaced by Marc Allen. After years of
    heavy touring, the band went on a short hiatus, rejoining one another in
    2007 with new bassist Daniel Wonacott to record their self-titled EP. Critics
    hailed the EP as a return to glory while still adding to their old sound.
    Finch would tour off the release for a few years until deciding on another
    break in 2009.


    In 2013, Finch reunited to its nearly original lineup and announced that
    they would embark on the What It Is To Burn Ten Year Anniversary
    tour. The group performed the full-length in its entirety with a few extra
    bonuses for fans along the way. One concert in particular in Pomona, CA
    was filmed and recorded and will be released via Tragic Hero Records. With no bad blood and everything firing on all fronts, it's hard to
    tell what will come next for Finch, but one thing remains certain: all eyes
    are watching to find out.

    1. New Beginnings
    2. Letters To You
    3. Post Script
    4. Grey Matter
    5. Perfection Through Silence
    6. Awake
    7. Without You Here
    8. Stay With Me
    9. Project Mayhem
    10. Untitled
    11. Three Simple Words
    12. Ender
    13. Worms Of The Earth ** Previously Unreleased
    14. New kid ** Previously Unreleased
    15. What It Is To Burn

    Finch
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  • Twenty-Five For The Rest Of Our Lives Twenty-Five For The Rest Of Our Lives Quick View

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    Twenty-Five For The Rest Of Our Lives

    Los Angeles quartet The Henry Clay People are thrilled to announce the release of their new album Twenty-Five for the Rest of Our Lives. Set for release on TBD Records, the album is a thrilling and sweaty thirty minutes of teenage restlessness, quarter-life malaise, and adult resignation. Twenty-Five for the Rest of Our Lives sees not only the return of the band's original line up, but songwriters and brothers Joey and Andy Siara rediscovering and redefining their punky roots, allowing them to craft their most urgent, bratty, and melancholic record to date.


    "We wanted to finally make the record that our sixteen year old selves would have been excited about," says Joey. "Unfortunately the only way to do so was to live for the last 13 years and get some adult suffering under our belt. Now we can direct our misguided teenage angst at our failed 20's."


    With songs such as the rambunctious The Backseat Of A Cab, the 90's guitar slack of Hide, the skater brat inspired The Fakers and the punk revival of EveryBandWeEverLoved, Twenty-Five for the Rest of Our Lives is a record dealing with compromised dreams and empty bank accounts, for and by the high school Descendents devotee turned college Malkmus-minion. LP includes full album on CD and poster.


    "The Henry Clay People specialize in raggedy power chords, barreling piano, and desperately boyish vocals, what Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers would sound like if they'd taken temp work and listened obsessively to Crazy Horse." - SPIN


    "Remarkable set of classic-sounding indie-rock with clear echoes of Pavement, the Hold Steady, the Replacements and early Built to Spill, but they find their own voice with detailed songs that split the difference between sardonic and heartfelt when describing the music scene, living in debt and working part-time, transforming everyday subject matter into raging, celebratory anthems for slacker rock 'n' rollers and other folks just trying to make ends meet." - KEXP

    Intro- Bob's Memoirs
    25 for the Rest of Our Lives
    The Fakers
    Hide
    EveryBandWeEverLoved
    Backseat of a Cab
    Living Rooms
    Tasteless
    Those Who Know Better
    Keep Our Weekends Free
    Friends Are Forgiving
    Anymore/Any Less
    The Henry Clay People
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  • The Twin/Tone Years The Twin/Tone Years Quick View

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    The Twin/Tone Years

    This American rock band, formed in 1979, is considered a pioneer of alternative rock. Unlike many of their underground contemporaries, The Replacements played heart-on-the-sleeve rock songs that combined Westerberg's raw-throated adolescent howl with self-deprecating lyrics. They were a notoriously wayward live act, often performing under the influence of alcohol and playing fragments of covers instead of their own material. (via Wikipedia)
    LP1
    1. Takin' A Ride
    2. Careless
    3. Customer
    4. Hangin' Downtown
    5. Kick Your Door Down
    6. Otto
    7. I Bought A Headache
    8. Rattlesnake
    9. I Hate Music
    10. Johnny's Gonna Die
    11. Shiftless When Idle
    12. More Cigarettes
    13. Don't Ask Why
    14. Somethin To DÜ
    15. I'm In Trouble
    16. Love You Till Friday
    17. Shutup
    18. Raised In The City


    LP2
    1. Kids Don't Follow
    2. Fuck School
    3. Stuck In The Middle
    4. God Damn Job
    5. White And Lazy
    6. Dope Smokin' Moron
    7. Go
    8. Gimme Noise


    LP3
    1. Hootenanny
    2. Run It
    3. Color Me Impressed
    4. Willpower
    5. Take Me Down To The Hospital
    6. Mr. Whirly
    7. Within Your Reach
    8. Buck Hill
    9. Lovelines
    10. You Lose
    11. Hayday
    12. Treatment Bound


    LP4
    1. I Will Dare
    2. Favorite Thing
    3. We're Comin' Out
    4. Tommy Gets His Tonsils Out
    5. Androgynous
    6. Black Diamond
    7. Unsatisfied
    8. Seen Your Video
    9. Gary's Got A Boner
    10. Sixteen Blue
    11. Answering Machine

    The Replacements
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  • In Search Of...  (Awaiting Repress) In Search Of... (Awaiting Repress) Quick View

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    In Search Of... (Awaiting Repress)

    The electro-powered grooves of the writing-production team the Neptunes have abetted fine-to-great tracks by everyone from Jay-Z and Ol' Dirty Bastard to Britney Spears. On their debut as performers, they display an irresistible knack for hooky tracks rooted in the eclectic listening habits they developed while growing up in the multiracial Virginia Beach, Virginia, neighborhoods they still call home. Fusing album rock and rap more forcefully and convincingly than Kid Rock or Durst-style aggro bands (the latter of whom they seem to lampoon on Rock Star), N.E.R.D. whip up a creamy yet slammin' mix. Main men Pharrell Williams and Chad Hugo coax apropos guest shots from Kelis (the get-your-freak-on Truth or Dare, the sexiest thing here aside from the mÉnage-a-wow plea Tape You) and a handful of up-and-coming members. The live instrumentation that replaces the machine-tooled tracks of an earlier import version of In Search Of retains the tunes' syncopation while rendering it palatable for less eclectic rock fans. While not a commercial blockbuster on the order of many of their clients' discs, this venture is nonetheless one of 2002's standout releases. - Rickey Wright
    1. Lapdance
    2. Intro
    3. Things Are Getting Better
    4. Brain
    5. Provider
    6. Truth or Dare
    7. Run to the Sun
    8. Stay Together
    9. Baby Doll
    10. Tape You
    11. Am I High
    12. Rock Star - Poser
    13. Bobby James
    N.E.R.D.
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  • Somewhere On The Golden Coast Somewhere On The Golden Coast Quick View

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    Somewhere On The Golden Coast

    This LA bands 2nd album is a remarkable set of classic-sounding indie-rock with clear echoes of Pavement, the Hold Steady, the Replacements and early Built to Spill, but they find their own voice with detailed songs that split the difference between sardonic and heartfelt when describing the music scene, living in debt and working part-time, transforming everyday subject matter into raging, celebratory anthems for slacker rock n rollers and other folks just trying to make ends meet. - KEXP
    1. Nobody Taught Us To Quit
    2. Working Part Time
    3. Keep Your Eyes Closed
    4. The Digital Kid
    5. Slow Burn
    6. End Of An Empire
    7. This Aint A Scene
    8. A Temporary Fix
    9. Saturday Night
    10. Your Famous Friends
    11. Two Lives At The End Of The Night
    The Henry Clay People
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  • Nude Beach II Nude Beach II Quick View

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    Nude Beach II

    Growing up in the bucolic waterfront village of Northport, NY, Chuck Betz, Ryan Naideau and Jimmy Shelton played punk rock together since high school, in a succession of bands more than happy to set up at any house party, BBQ or makeshift venue that would have them. The familiar strain of classic rock is the go-to sound on the North Shore of Long Island, but they lived in an alternate universe where Ryan convinced his parents to let him turn the family basement into an occasional all-ages show space, hosting touring groups, and rounding out the bill with whatever band he and his friends were in at the time.


    Fast forward to 2008, the boys had based themselves in Brooklyn and Nude Beach was born; the group slowly integrated themselves into the local DIY community, performing in dive bars and warehouse lofts, often several times a week, playing more than 100 shows in less than four years together. They self-released cassettes and vinyl LPs, they booked their own tours, and played in infinite side-projects and spin-off bands at every punk venue in North Brooklyn and beyond.


    But while Nude Beach is very much a part of the Brooklyn DIY scene, it's always been more in spirit than in sound; sure, they're as beer-soaked, overdriven and raw as any group around, yet as hard as they've tried to ignore it, the trio could never quite shake the rock & roll of Tom Petty and Bruce Springsteen which sound-tracked their Long Island youth, and battered vinyl from the Byrds, the Replacements and the Jam sits side by side in their record collections with the hardcore and indie LPs and 7"s that brought the friends together in the first place.


    In an increasingly fractured music scene, Chuck, Ryan and Jimmy play against fashion and deliver straight up rock & roll, and moreover, they do it better than anyone has in a long time. They've got the songs, they've got the sound, and they've got the fuck-all attitude that just can't be faked. Nude Beach will rock you if you let them. Turns out it's still more fun than just about anything else going on. Just check out their most recent full-length, II, if you don't believe us!

    1. Radio
    2. walkin' Down My Street
    3. Some Kinda Love
    4. You Make It So Easy
    5. Keep It Cool
    6. Love Can't Wait
    7. Cathedral Echoes
    8. Don't Have To Try
    9. The Endless Night
    10. Loser in the Game
    Nude Beach
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  • Born In America Born In America Quick View

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    Born In America


    Limited To 1000 Copies


    The long-lived New York-based heavy metal band Riot was formed in 1976 by guitarist/songwriter Mark Reale, who in time recruited vocalist Guy Speranza, guitarist L.A. Kouvaris, bassist Jimmy Iommi and drummer Peter Bitelli. After debuting in 1977 with Rock City, Kouvaris was replaced by guitarist Rick Ventura, and the group returned in 1979 with Narita; Iommi and Bitelli were the next to exit, and with the recruitment of bassist Kip Leming and drummer Sandy Slavin the classic Riot line-up was in place. Tours in support of AC/DC and Molly Hatchet followed before the release of 1981's Fire Down Under, considered by fans the band's creative peak; with the departure of frontman Speranza, however, Riot suffered a major blow from which they never fully recovered. New vocalist Rhett Forrester made his debut on 1982's Restless Breed, but after issuing Made in America a year later. Reale announced the band's dissolution; after forming a new group, the Mark Reale Project, he reformed Riot in late 1986 with vocalist Tony Moore, bassist Don VanStavern and drummer Bobby Jarzombek. The new line-up's comeback effort, Thundersteel, appeared in 1988, followed two years later by The Privilege of Power; after adding second guitarist Mike Flyntz and replacing VanStavern with bassist Pete Perez, the group toured the Far East, yielding the LP Riot in Japan Live !!! in 1992. After 1994's Nightbreaker, Jarzombek quit Riot, and was replaced by drummer John Macaluso for 1996's The Brethren of the Long House; Jarzombek returned to the fold to release Inishmore two years later, with Sons of Society following in 1999. - Jason Ankeny (All Music Guide)

    1. Born In America
    2. You Burn In Me
    3. Wings Of Fire
    4. Running From The Law
    5. Devil Woman
    6. Vigilante Killer
    7. Heavy Metal Machine
    8. Where Soldiers Rule
    9. Gunfighter
    10. Promised Land
    Riot
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    Restless Breed


    Fluorescent Orange Colored Vinyl


    Limited To 1000 Copies


    The long-lived New York-based heavy metal band Riot was formed in 1976 by guitarist/songwriter Mark Reale, who in time recruited vocalist Guy Speranza, guitarist L.A. Kouvaris, bassist Jimmy Iommi and drummer Peter Bitelli. After debuting in 1977 with Rock City, Kouvaris was replaced by guitarist Rick Ventura, and the group returned in 1979 with Narita; Iommi and Bitelli were the next to exit, and with the recruitment of bassist Kip Leming and drummer Sandy Slavin the classic Riot line-up was in place. Tours in support of AC/DC and Molly Hatchet followed before the release of 1981's Fire Down Under, considered by fans the band's creative peak; with the departure of frontman Speranza, however, Riot suffered a major blow from which they never fully recovered. New vocalist Rhett Forrester made his debut on 1982's Restless Breed, but after issuing Made in America a year later. Reale announced the band's dissolution; after forming a new group, the Mark Reale Project, he reformed Riot in late 1986 with vocalist Tony Moore, bassist Don VanStavern and drummer Bobby Jarzombek. The new line-up's comeback effort, Thundersteel, appeared in 1988, followed two years later by The Privilege of Power; after adding second guitarist Mike Flyntz and replacing VanStavern with bassist Pete Perez, the group toured the Far East, yielding the LP Riot in Japan Live !!! in 1992. After 1994's Nightbreaker, Jarzombek quit Riot, and was replaced by drummer John Macaluso for 1996's The Brethren of the Long House; Jarzombek returned to the fold to release Inishmore two years later, with Sons of Society following in 1999. - Jason Ankeny (All Music Guide)

    1. Hard Lovin' Man
    2. C.I.A.
    3. Restless Breed
    4. When I Was Young
    5. Loanshark
    6. Loved By You
    7. Over To You
    8. Showdown
    9. Dream Away
    10. Violent Crimes
    Riot
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  • Rock City Rock City Quick View

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    Rock City


    Coke Bottle Clear Colored Vinyl


    Limited To 1000 Copies


    The long-lived New York-based heavy metal band Riot was formed in 1976 by guitarist/songwriter Mark Reale, who in time recruited vocalist Guy Speranza, guitarist L.A. Kouvaris, bassist Jimmy Iommi and drummer Peter Bitelli. After debuting in 1977 with Rock City, Kouvaris was replaced by guitarist Rick Ventura, and the group returned in 1979 with Narita; Iommi and Bitelli were the next to exit, and with the recruitment of bassist Kip Leming and drummer Sandy Slavin the classic Riot line-up was in place. Tours in support of AC/DC and Molly Hatchet followed before the release of 1981's Fire Down Under, considered by fans the band's creative peak; with the departure of frontman Speranza, however, Riot suffered a major blow from which they never fully recovered. New vocalist Rhett Forrester made his debut on 1982's Restless Breed, but after issuing Made in America a year later. Reale announced the band's dissolution; after forming a new group, the Mark Reale Project, he reformed Riot in late 1986 with vocalist Tony Moore, bassist Don VanStavern and drummer Bobby Jarzombek. The new line-up's comeback effort, Thundersteel, appeared in 1988, followed two years later by The Privilege of Power; after adding second guitarist Mike Flyntz and replacing VanStavern with bassist Pete Perez, the group toured the Far East, yielding the LP Riot in Japan Live !!! in 1992. After 1994's Nightbreaker, Jarzombek quit Riot, and was replaced by drummer John Macaluso for 1996's The Brethren of the Long House; Jarzombek returned to the fold to release Inishmore two years later, with Sons of Society following in 1999. - Jason Ankeny (All Music Guide)

    1. Desperation
    2. Warrior
    3. Rock City
    4. Overdrive
    5. Angel
    6. Tokyo Rose
    7. Heart Of Fire
    8. Gypsy Queen
    9. This Is What I Get
    Riot
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    Tower Of Power

    Import

    Tower Of Power is the third album release for the Oakland-based Funk band Tower of Power. This is their most successful album to date, which was released in May 1973. The album peaked at No. 15 on the Billboard Top LPs chart and received a Gold record award for sales in excess of 500,000. The album spawned their most successful single, So Very Hard to Go. The single peaked at No. 17 on the Billboard Hot 100. Two other singles from the album also charted on the Billboard Hot 100: This Time It's Real and What Is Hip?.


    It marked the debut of Lenny Williams being the lead vocalist (though Williams had a solo career prior to joining T.O.P., plus he co-penned the song You Strike My Main Nerve from the previous album Bump City [MOVLP1244]). Tower Of Power also introduced the world to saxophonist and future Saturday Night Live band leader, Lenny Pickett, who was the youngest member of the band at the time, replacing original lead sax player Skip Mesquite. Also joining the lineup was organist/keyboardist Chester Thompson and guitarist Bruce Conte, who replaced original guitarist Willie James Fulton.

    1. What Is Hip?
    2. Clever Girl
    3. This Time It's Real
    4. Will I Ever Find A Love?
    5. Get Yo' Feet Back On The Ground
    6. So Very Hard To Go
    7. Soul Vaccination
    8. Both Sorry Over Nothin'
    9. Clean Slate
    10. Just Another Day
    Tower Of Power
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    Thunder And Lightning

    Thunder and Lightning is the twelfth and final studio album by Irish hard rock band Thin Lizzy, originally released in 1983. Snowy White was replaced after 1981's Renegade by guitarist John Sykes, who helped to provide a heavier sound and guitar tone than Thin Lizzy had used on previous albums. However, the bulk of the songwriting (except for Cold Sweat) was completed before he joined the band. Keyboard player Darren Wharton also offered a stronger musical influence to Thin Lizzy's final studio album, co-writing many of the tracks including Some Day She Is Going to Hit Back, and the final single The Sun Goes Down. A farewell tour followed the album's release, followed by the live album Life. The group's co-founder, frontman and bass player Phil Lynott died in 1986 from drug-related causes.
    1. Thunder and Lightning
    2. This Is the One

    3. The Sun Goes Down

    4. The Holy War

    5. Cold Sweat

    6. Someday She Is Going to Hit Back

    7. Baby Please Don't Go

    8. Bad Habits

    9. Heart Attack
    Thin Lizzy
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    Down II: A Bustle in Your Hedgerow

    This was Down's first album in seven years since the release of NOLA, the longest gap between the band's Four studio albums to date. Since Down was a supergroup, the band went on hiatus in 1996 so that members could focus on their main bands (namely Eyehategod, Corrosion of Conformity, Crowbar and Pantera). Down reformed in 1999 with Pantera bassist Rex Brown replacing Todd Strange. The band wanted the album to have a bluesy feel, so they moved into Phil Anselmo's barn, dubbed Nödferatu's Lair, in southern Louisiana where they lived and recorded the album in 28 days without anyone leaving the house.
    LP1
    1. Lysergik Funeral Procession (Amended LP Version)
    2. There's Something On My Side
    3. The Man That Follows Hell
    4. Stained Glass Cross
    5. Ghosts Along The Mississippi
    6. Learn From This Mistake
    7. Beautifully Depressed


    LP2
    1. Where I'm Going
    2. Doobinterlude
    3. New Orleans Is A Dying Whore
    4. The Seed
    5. Lies, I Don't Know What They Say But.. (Amended LP Version)
    6. Flambeaux
    7. Dog Tired
    8. Landing On The Mountains Of Megiddo

    Down
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    Is This It

    Ranked 367/500 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.


    Is This It is the debut studio album by American indie rock band The Strokes, recorded at Transporterraum in New York City with producer Gordon Raphael.


    For the album, The Strokes strived to capture a simple rock sound that was not significantly enhanced in the studio. Building on the work of their 2001 debut EP, The Modern Age, the band members molded compositions largely through live takes during the recording sessions, while songwriter Julian Casablancas continued to detail the lives and relationships of urban youth. Following the completion of Is This It, The Strokes embarked on a promotional world tour before its release. The album's cover photograph courted controversy for being too sexually explicit and was replaced for the U.S. market. The American track listing was also amended in light of the September 11 terrorist attacks.


    Promoted by the music press for a melodic pop-influenced sound, The Strokes garnered critical acclaim and commercial attention. Is This It was praised for its charisma and rhythm, which often referenced the works of 1970s garage rock bands. The record is considered crucial in the development of other alternative bands and of the post-millennial music industry. It has featured in several publications' lists of the best albums of the 2000s and of all time.

    1. Is This It
    2. The Modern Age
    3. Soma
    4. Barely Legal
    5. Someday
    6. Alone, Together
    7. Last Nite
    8. Hard to Explain
    9. New York City Cops
    10. Trying Your Luck
    11. Take It or Leave It
    Strokes, The
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    Microshift

    Forget everything you know about Hookworms. Ok, maybe not everything; the
    urgency and viscera both live and on record that led the Yorkshire-based fivepiece
    to prominence across two blistering full-length LPs-2013's Pearl Mystic
    and 2014 follow-up The Hum-remains. However, as they return with their muchanticipated
    third record Microshift, the title of the record connotates more than
    just the intended nod to the audio plug-in their vocalist MJ regularly uses; it could
    also be an understatement of a three-year narrative that's brought about changing
    circumstances, influences and subsequent evolution.


    Microshift is a record that largely pulls back the dense fug of guitars and Modern
    Lovers-esque blasts of organ that have become Hookworms' hallmark, replaced
    instead by a plethora of electronics and synthesizers. There's far more to Microshift
    than just rock band going electronic however; indeed, the fact it's here at all is a
    relief after a series of setbacks for the band. Striving through the devastation of MJ's
    Suburban Home Studio-not just the rehearsal and recording space of the band, but
    home to the producer's livelihood-as well as relationship breakups, family illness
    and the death of the band's close friend and live sound engineer, it is perhaps no
    surprise that this record is one of both defiance and darkness. With it, Hookworms
    have pulled off a triumph against adversity, a comeback with what they may see as a
    Microshift, but which is in fact a massive step forward.

    1. Negative Space
    2. Static Resistance
    3. Ullswater
    4. The Soft Season
    5. Opener
    6. Each Time We Pass
    7. Boxing Day
    8. Reunion
    9. Shortcomings
    Hookworms
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  • Sever The Wicked Hand Sever The Wicked Hand Quick View

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    Sever The Wicked Hand

    Limited Edition


    This US quartet, formed in 1989, emerged in the early 90s as one of the leading lights of the New Orleans extreme metal scene, purveying a sound that blended Black Sabbath/Saint Vitus-styled heaviness with hardcore aggression. Kirk Windstein (b. 14 April 1965, Wiltshire, England; vocals/guitar), Todd Strange (b. 1966, USA; bass) Kevin Noonan (guitar) and Craig Nunenmacher (drums) made their debut in 1991 with the dark and doom-laden Obedience Thru Suffering, after which Noonan was replaced by Matt Thomas, a former bandmate of Pantera frontman Phil Anselmo in Razor White. Anselmo, an old friend who collaborates with Windstein on side-projects such as Down and Both Legs Broken, helped to refine and improve the band`s sound with his sympathetic production on Crowbar, which included a brutally heavy interpretation of Led Zeppelin`s `No Quarter`, adapted stylishly to the Crowbar sound.
    The band was well received on tour with Paradise Lost in the UK and Pantera in the USA, and released the Live +1 EP (which was packaged with Crowbar in the UK) before returning to the studio with the stated intention of making Crowbar sound `like Jethro Tull`. In 1995, Eyehategod guitarist Jimmy Bower (b. 1966, USA), who had played with the original line-up in 1989, was recruited as the band`s new drummer, although Time Heals Nothing was recorded with Nunenmacher. True to form and promise, it provided a thunderous blast of controlled aggression and dark melodicism. Guitarist Sammy Pierre Duet (ex-Acid Bath) joined in time to help record 1996`s Broken Glass.


    Bower left following the release of the 1998 follow-up Odd Fellows Rest. He was replaced by Sid Montz on 2000`s Equilibrium, following which Strange retired from the music scene and Nunemacher departed the ranks for a second time. Subsequent albums have seen sole remaining founding member Windstein joined by an ever-changing cast list of personnel.

    LP 1
    1. Isolation (Desperation)
    2. Sever The Wicked Hand
    3. Liquid Sky And Cold Black Earth
    4. Let Me Mourn
    5. The Cemetery Angels
    6. As I Become One


    LP 2
    1. A Farewell To Misery
    2. Protectors Of The Shrine
    3. I Only Deal In Truth
    4. Echo An Eternity
    5. Cleanse Me, Heal Me
    6. Symbiosis

    Crowbar
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  • Let's Dance Raw (Awaiting Repress) Let's Dance Raw (Awaiting Repress) Quick View

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    Let's Dance Raw (Awaiting Repress)


    Japanese Singer-Songwriter, Multi-instrumentalist's
    Follow-up To 2012's How To Live With A Phantom


    Japanese singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Shintaro
    Sakamoto returns with a new full-length, Let's Dance Raw, which
    Other Music Recording Co. (distributed by Fat Possum) releases on
    September 16. The album is the follow-up to Sakamoto's solo debut,
    the otherworldly folk-pop masterpiece How to Live with a Phantom
    (2012, Other Music).


    While How to Live with a Phantom was the first many around the
    globe knew of Sakamoto, he has long been an icon in his homeland,
    having long fronted the psychedelic phenomenon Yura Yura Teikoku,
    a Tokyo-based band that emerged from Koenji's legendary UFO
    Club scene and, across their 20-year trajectory, achieved mainstream
    success throughout the country. Following the group's break-up in
    2010, Sakamoto began working on How to Live with a Phantom, a bold
    stylistic departure that eschewed Yura Yura Teikokou's psychedelic
    freak-outs for a much quieter and harder-to-define sound.


    From first glimpse of the cover of Let's Dance Raw, it's clear that
    once again, we are entering uncharted territory. The record's sleeve,
    painted by Sakamoto, features the artist sitting upon a black throne,
    a steel guitar resting on his knee like a child being protected from
    the ominous mushroom cloud of smoke billowing behind him.
    A grinning skull has replaced Sakamoto's face. This dichotomy of
    bright, innocent beauty and subtle perversity is the essence of Let's
    Dance Raw, with Sakamoto moving even further from the tough
    underground power-trio psychedelic rock of his former band.


    He hinted at the new sound throughout his solo debut, and here
    the music is blown wide open, with the steel guitar as the unifying
    force throughout. Sakamoto purchased and learned how to play the
    instrument just prior to writing and recording Let's Dance Raw, and
    it enriches the post-apocalyptic exotica on these ten songs, fusing
    together the bright and breezy shimmer of Hawaiian slack-key hula
    melodies, the dusty shuffle of southwestern desert blues, and the
    space-age bachelor-pad music of postwar suburban dreamers. The
    result is an album that revisits the soundtracks of musical escapism
    made popular in postwar American and Japanese cultures-and
    deftly updates them.


    It's all anchored by deep, jazzy grooves straight out of a 1970s
    AM radio broadcast, and peppered with flourishes of Brazilian and
    Latin percussion throughout. Atop the music, Sakamoto sings of the
    human race's downfall, the weight of the lyrics made contrastingly
    perverse via duets with robotic vocoder voices and helium-voiced
    cartoon chipmunks cooing in an unsettling fashion alongside him.
    While Sakamoto once again handles the bulk of the instrumental
    duties, faithful drummer and percussionist Yuta Suganuma also
    returns for this set, as well as bassist AYA, on loan from fellow Japanese
    psychedelic explorers OOIOO.

    1. Future Lullaby
    2. Birth Of The Super cult
    3. Extremely Bad Man
    4. Let's Dance Raw
    5. Like An Obligation
    6. Gently Disappear
    7. You Can Be A Robot, Too
    8. Why Can't I Stop?
    9. Never Liked You, But Still Nostalgic
    10. This World Should Be More Wonderful
    Shintaro Sakamoto
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  • II: Void Worship II: Void Worship Quick View

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    II: Void Worship

    Wizards and warriors, rejoice, for the chosen one has returned! The Misery Wizard lives!


    Since the early 2012 unveiling of their debut sonic behemoth MISERY WIZARD, fans and critics alike have patiently yet anxiously awaited the second chapter in the ongoing legacy of the almighty PILGRIM, a three-piece doom metal band from Rhode Island, USA.


    Their first release shook the doom metal underground to its core, making a loud, in your face effort to bring doom metal back to its most minimalist and archaic roots, restoring it to its former glory. Their critical success, paired with their controversial interviews and emotionally draining live performances have lead PILGRIM to excellence, traversing the globe performing sold-out shows in multiple countries and playing festivals alongside some of the biggest names in their genre. Two years later, the fabled outfit has returned with a brand new record, the highly anticipated next installment of their aural adventure PILGRIM II: VOID WORSHIP.


    PILGRIM returns more powerful than ever, wielding eight new epic tracks laden with tales of sword and sorcery, death, doom and destruction. Recorded at Moonlight Mile Recording by audio mastermind Mike Moebius, II: VOID WORSHIP delivers an absolutely unrivaled quality of tone and heaviness that many critics felt their original effort MISERY WIZARD had lacked. The band takes a new approach to their song writing, replacing meditated, repetitive hypnosis-inducing dirges with more calculated and demented powerhouse riffs. They build, shape, and climb into frenzied climaxes and fade into sweet sonic releases, molding perfectly crafted rock songs into twisting spires of evil doom metal masterpieces. It is obvious that PILGRIM has matured, both musically and as individuals, in their past two years of global conquest.

    1. Intro
    2. Master's Chamber
    3. The Paladin
    4. Arcane Sanctum
    5. In the Presence of Evil
    6. Void Worship
    7. Dwarven March
    8. Away from Here
    Pilgrim
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    Atomizer

    Big Black was started by Steve Albini in 1982 while he was attending Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois. Lungs, the first Big Black release was recorded by Steve on a borrowed 4-track. He played everything on the EP himself - except the sax bleating courtesy of pal John Bohnen and the drums courtesy of Roland. Soon after, Steve recruited Jeff Pezzati (Naked Raygun) on bass, and Santiago Durango (also Naked Raygun) joined them on guitar. In 1983, together with live drummer Pat Byrne, they recorded the Bulldozer EP. By 1984, the band had done some touring and recorded the Racer X EP and the start of the Il Duce 7". After that, Jeff returned to Naked Raygun and was replaced by Dave Riley. In 1985, Big Black recorded their first full-length, Atomizer, as well as finishing the Il Duce 7". Atomizer was released in 1986 along with the release of the Hammer Party compilation CD. In 1987, the Headache EP and Heartbeat 7" were released. That same year, the band recorded and released the 7" of The Model/He's A Whore as well as their second full-length album, Songs About Fucking. They toured extensively (for Big Black). And they broke up.
    1. Jordan, Minnesota
    2. Passing Complexion
    3. Big Money
    4. Kerosene
    5. Bad Houses
    6. Fists of Love
    7. Stinking Drunk
    8. Bazooka Joe
    9. Strange Things
    10. Cables (Live)
    Big Black
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    Schubert: Trout Quintet

    Sviatoslav Richter is universally acknowledged to be one of the greatest pianists of the 20th century, renowned for his virtuoso technique and the depth of his interpretations. Dmitri Shostakovich said about him: "Richter is an extraordinary phenomenon. The enormity of his talent staggers and enraptures. All the phenomena of musical art are accessible to him." He trained at the Moscow Conservatory under Heinrich Neuhaus, who considered Richter "already a complete artist, who had the ability to build a piece so that it seemed to lie before him like an immense landscape, revealed to the eye at a single glance.


    The Borodin Quartet was founded in 1945 at the Moscow Conservatoire - the first cellist a certain Mstislav Rostropovich was replaced after few weeks by Valentin Berlinsky - was also close to Shostakovich, who personally consulted them on each of his quartets. The Borodin Quartet, celebrated for penetrating phrase and warm sound, was Richter favorite chamber music partner.


    Georg Hörtnagel is a German double bassist who used to play with Bayerische Staatsoper during the Georg Solti era.


    About this Austrian live recording from June 1980 GRAMOPHONE said: "This is a performance of high quality. Sviatoslav Richter in particular precisely catches the cheerful mood of the music and the underlying shadows of which one should sometimes be conscious, and he plays those simple tunes in octaves so freshly that you'd think he'd only just discovered their charms."

    1. Piano Quintet in A Major, D. 667, Trout: I. Allegro vivace
    2. Piano Quintet in A Major, D. 667, Trout: II. Andante
    3. Piano Quintet in A Major, D. 667, Trout: III. Scherzo (Presto)
    4. Piano Quintet in A Major, D. 667, Trout: IV. Tema (Andantino)
    5. Piano Quintet in A Major, D. 667, Trout: V. Finale (Allegro giusto)
    Sviatoslav Richter
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    I Could Never Take The Place Of Your Man (Single)

    12 Maxi-Single Reissue

    Featuring I Could Never Take The Place Of Your Man And Hot Thing

    I Could Never Take the Place of Your Man is a song originally recorded in Prince's home studio in 1982. The song is an upbeat pop number featuring a combination of live drumming with two drum machine patterns. Also featured are two guitar solos, one wild and energetic and one more bluesy and subdued in the full album cut. The lyrics paint the image of a woman seeking a man to replace the one who left, while Prince refuses, saying that she would not be satisfied with a one-night stand. The music and accompanying music video pushed this song to the top 10 in the US.

    The 12-inch single includes the full album version of I Could Never Take the Place of Your Man, as well as several remixes of Hot Thing. One of these was included on the Ultimate compilation album in 2006. Hot Thing received enough airplay by DJs to chart on its own, reaching #63.

    1. I Could Never Take The Place Of Your Man
    2. Hot Thing (Edit)
    3. Hot Thing (Extended Remix)
    4. Hot Thing (Dub Version)
    Prince
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    Odd Blood

    Since the release of their critically acclaimed 2007 debut All Hour Cymbals, Yeasayer has been around the world and back again. While their first record was conceived in total artistic isolation, constant touring forced Yeasayer to finally engage with their contemporaries. Inspired by musicians hell-bent on sonic experimentation as well as those more comfortable in a pop context, Yeasayer find their domain spanning across the musical spectrum. Studied, road worn, and eager to begin phase two, Yeasayer retreated to upstate New York to begin work on their new album titled ODD BLOOD.


    If All Hour Cymbals was Yeasayer's attempt at global and ambient cultural mash-up then ODD BLOOD takes place in an off-world colony sometime after the Singularity. Glimmering reverb haze is eschewed and replaced by a cavalcade of disorienting pitch effects and flickering ectoplasmic wisps. Instead of layered vocal harmonies the processed vocals congeal into blots and blobs of otherworldly chatter. Many organic elements are left behind and replaced by sounds and rhythms that inspire the body as much as the mind. At times Yeasayer sound as if they would be at home playing live in scene from Blade Runner or inside one of Oscar Neimeyer's concrete modernist temples from the 1960s.


    ODD BLOOD is an album divided into two halves; the first being top heavy with pop songs, while the latter full of the playful and strange.


    Side One. The album begins with The Children, a twisted chopped and screwed stomp, full of sub bass and spooky keyboards. Distorted vocals create hidden hooks and it's immediately clear: this isn't the same Yeasayer. After the rubble clears the album leaps into Yeasayer's version of the pop anthem with Ambling Alp, Madder Red, I Remember, and O.N.E. Yeasayer have plunged into the craft of pop music, and the exercise has paid off.


    Side Two. The second half of ODD BLOOD is slightly more experimental in nature. Sci-fi musical jams (Mondegreen), maniacal rants (Grizelda), and paranoia (Love Me Girl) show the band exploring more paranoid motifs, yet never deprive the listener of hooks and ear candy.


    ODD BLOOD plays out at a blistering pace, yet it never sacrifices depth or content. It is immediately evident the band has advanced in songwriting as well as sonic craft. Lyrically, it is a more mature and honest album than the first, as the band demonstrates a confidence to explore more personal themes alongside vividly depicted tales. One thing is certain: Yeasayer are accomplished audiologists who are willing to pilfer decades of pop sensibilities and cultural history to create something that is uniquely their own.

    Side A


    1. The Children
    2. Ambling Alp
    3. Madder Red
    4. I Remember
    5. O.N.E.


    Side B


    1. Love Me Girl
    2. Rome
    3. Strange Reunions
    4. Mondegreen
    5. Grizelda

    Yeasayer
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