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Stage Four (Deluxe)Includes A 36-page Hardcover LP Sized Book With Expanded Artwork
Pressed On 180 Gram Black Vinyl For The Finest Sound Quality
Also Includes A 4-Piece Sticker Set
TOUCHÉ AMORÉ, is a Los Angeles based punk band whose earnest and artful approach to song writing, along with relentless touring, fueled their rise to prominence in the hardcore community.
In 2013 TOUCHÉ AMORÉ crossed into new territory with their beloved release, Is Survived By. The band had reached a high point in notoriety when frontman Jeremy Bolm received news that his mother had been diagnosed with Stage Four cancer. With the band's support, Bolm wanted to go on hiatus to care for his ailing mother. However, as his biggest supporter, she encouraged him to continue on living his dream. So he returned to the road with bandmates- guitarists Nick Steinhardt and Clayton Stevens, bassist Tyler Kirby, and drummer Elliot Babin. In October of 2014 while TOUCHÉ AMORÉ was headlining Fest in Gainesville, FL, the final stop on their tour, Bolm received a call that his mother passed. He went home the next day.
Now from a band both living its dream and marred by loss comes their new album Stage Four. Triumphant in sound and cathartic in delivery, Stage Four is a powerfully creative leap for TOUCHÉ AMORÉ. The first single is the catchy "Palm Dreams," and it's instantly clear from Bolm's vocals that TOUCHÉ AMORÉ is breaking new ground: the career screamer is actually singing, in a quite capable sing-speak harmony. The final track, the lush, jangly "Skyscraper," featuring haunting guest vocals from Julien Baker, ends the album with an atmospheric departure, both sonically and in spirit.1. Flowers And You
2. New Halloween
6. Eight Seconds
7. Palm Dreams
8. Softer Spoken
9. Posing Holy
10. Water Damage
11. Skyscraper$39.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
TouchTouch is the third studio album by the British new wave duo Eurythmics, originally released on 14 November 1983. The album was the duo's first UK number-one album, and also reached the top 10 in the US. It has since been certified Platinum in both the UK and the US.1. Here Comes the Rain Again
3. Right By Your Side
4. Cool Blue
5. Who's That Girl
6. The First Cut
8. No Fear, No Hate, No Pain (No Broken Hearts)
9. Paint a Rumour$27.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Familiar TouchIt's been almost three years since DIANA released their critically-acclaimed LP, Perpetual Surrender. Now, the wait for new material has come to an end with the upcoming release of their second album Familiar Touch. The band have also shared the album's opening track, 'Confession' - a sharply focused example of their statement of intent, and which follows on from the previously shared 'Slipping Away'.
Having initially conceived Perpetual Surrender as a one-off recording project, Kieran Adams (drums, drum machines, synths), Carmen Elle (guitars, vocals) and Destroyer touring band member Joseph Shabason (synths, samplers, saxophone) regrouped after a period of time that Elle describes as "learning how to be a band." Bigger, fuller and far more open and expansive, Familiar Touch takes all of Perpetual Surrender's gorgeous qualities and pushes the songs to the forefront, upping DIANA's game tremendously.
'Miharu' is the perfect example of this: recalling the best mid-80's alt-pop, it mixes the lush soul signature of Flyte Time Productions (Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis) while delivering a massive pop chorus that liquefies into their modern production nous. "I really love the silky rub between Carmen's demure approach and Gary's [Beals, additional vocals] vibrant punctuations," Adams explains, his description also perfectly encapsulating 'Moment of Silence' - another sophisticated pop track with what Adams describes as having "a very smooth top layer" and synths that give the impression of "stretching time - being stretched thin in those moments." 'Confession' also builds upon those Jam & Lewis rhythms, with Adams describing it as sounding like the pair "if they worked with Annie Lennox."
Where Perpetual Surrender was the unexpected success of a group of friends experimenting with different sounds, Familiar Touch is the sound of them taking those experiences and maximising themselves as a proper band. "There was a much different studio flow - we started working on things close to a year before we recorded them," says Adams. "Last time, we were obscuring what it was that we were doing - with washed out or distorted vocals, for example. With this album - particularly with the vocals - we conceptualised everything a lot more in advance and really committed to certain sounds and feelings. We tried to fight the instinct of trying to distort it."
One thing that's clear this time around is how much more confidence DIANA have in themselves as musicians. The trio decamped to Adams' then-apartment, where the pressures of a second album and the time constraints of a regular studio were relieved. Renting their own gear, they made makeshift vocal booths of out of clothes cupboards and Star Wars sleeping bags (or "weird, fucked up musty vocal caves" as Shabason describes them). Upon listening to the record, it's hard to believe Familiar Touch was made in such a compact environment. With its emboldened production, it sits pleasingly alongside their personal influences and seminal recordings such as Prefab Sprout's Steve McQueen or Yellow Magic Orchestra's Naughty Boys.
Mixed by Chris Coady (TV on the Radio, Beach House, Grizzly Bear) and mastered by Heba Kadry, Familiar Touch is also lent a skilled hand by Thom Gill (guitars, keys, piano), Bram Gielen (bass), Vince Spilchuk (trumpet), and vocalists Robin Dann, Alanna Stuart of Bonjay and aforementioned Gary Beals - runner-up on the first season of Canadian Idol. By having the space and time to work with their new ideas on their own terms, this time around, DIANA have crafted an album that sounds unabashedly vibrant and distinctly 2016.1. Confession
2. What You Get
3. Slipping Away
4. Moment of Silence
5. The Coward
9. These Words
10. Take it Over$19.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
French TouchCarla Bruni returns with an exciting collection of some of rock music's most classic hits performed in her signature
softer, coffee house style. Depeche Mode's "Enjoy the Silence", The Rolling Stones' "Miss You", and ABBA's "The
Winner Takes It All" appear on this new release, sure to enthuse both fans of Carla's as well as fans of rock staples
from the last 50 years.1. Enjoy The Silence
2. Jimmy Jazz
3. Love Letters
4. Miss You
5. The Winner Takes It All
7. Highway To Hell
8. Perfect Day
9. Stand By Your Man
10. Please Don't Kiss Me
11. Moon River$22.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Can't Touch Us NowFour years on from the release of their Top 10 US album, Oui Oui Si Si Ja Ja Da Da, Madness return with Can't Touch Us Now. The Album's release sees the Nutty Boys in full flow with a collection of songs that stands alongside the best of their unique takes on modern life.
A typically eclectic collection (the group has long mastered the art of making disparate influences work under their knack for writing catchy pop hooks), Can't Touch Us Now was recorded at London's iconic Toe Rag Studio - a fitting venue for one of the English capital's most iconic bands. Co-produced by Grammy-winning producer Liam Watson (The White Stripes' Elephant) and the band's long-time boards-man, Clive Langer, Can't Touch Us Now was recorded in just three weeks and boasts characteristically wry observations on life, with songs the likes of 'Mr. Apples', 'Blackbird', 'Mumbo Jumbo' and the title track.
Part of Madness' brilliance lies in their ability to take situations specific to their environment and make them universally relatable: 'It Must Be Love', 'Embarrassment' and 'Tomorrow's Just Another Day' all resonate with a worldliness that fans from all over the globe have related to - and that's no surprise, given that the band themselves have looked beyond England, to Jamaica, for a large part of their musical inspiration. With the songs on Can't Touch Us Now road-hardened during a string of summer festival appearances, it seems that the album is set to, once again, remind fans that the self-proclaimed Nutty Boys are one of the finest, most erudite pop outfits that the world has seen.1. Can't Touch Us Now
2. Good Times
3. Mr. Apples
4. I Believe
7. You Are My Everything
8. Another Version of Me
9. Mumbo Jumbo
11. Don't Leave the Past Behind You
12. (Don't Let Them) Catch You Crying
13. Pam the Hawk
14. Given the Opportunity
15. Soul Denying
16. Whistle in the Dark$24.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Invisible Touch (Pre-Order)Genesis reached a new high point of commercial success with 1986's 'Invisible Touch' - to this day their biggest-selling album. It delivered the band a staggering five chart hits - 'Invisible Touch', 'Throwing It All Away', 'Land Of Confusion', 'In Too Deep' and 'Tonight, Tonight, Tonight' and is generally considered to be one of the landmark albums of the 1980s.1. Invisible Touch (2007 Remastered Version)
2. Tonight, Tonight, Tonight (2007 Remastered Version)
3. Land Of Confusion (2007 Remastered Version)
4. In Too Deep (2007 Remastered Version)
5. Anything She Does (2007 Remastered Version)
6. Domino (Part 1 & 2) (2007 Remastered Version)
7. Throwing It All Away (2007 Remastered Version)
8. The Brazilian (2007 Remastered Version)$24.99Vinyl LP - Sealed PRE-ORDER Buy Now
The Talented TouchImport
Hank Jones worked together often with guitarist Barry Galbraith, bassist Milt Hinton, and drummer Osie Johnson in various recording sessions featuring many styles of music, backing singers, or anchoring larger ensembles, so it is no surprise they were featured as a working quartet on this 1958 Capitol LP. The dozen tracks mix standards (including Star Eyes, The Blue Room, and My One and Only Love), a few pop songs of the period, as well as a crisp interpretation of Gigi Gryce's Blue Light and the leader's one original, Let Me Know, which is a modified approach to boogie-woogie. The tracks are rather brief, running less than three and a half minutes each, though musicians the caliber of these four gentleman can say a lot more musically in that time frame than most can during a ten-minute performance.
-All Music Guide1. If I Love Again
2. My One And Only Love
3. Don't Ever Leave Me
4. It's Easy To Remember
5. You Are My Love
6. Blue Lights
7. My Man's Gone Now
8. The Blue Room
9. A Sunday Kind Of Love
10. Star Eyes
11. Let Me Know
12. Try A Little Tenderness
13. Easy To Love
14. Summertime$27.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
I Am Alive In Everything I TouchColored Vinyl
While it's difficult for any artist to find and gain success, the real struggle comes with
sustaining it. Silverstein are one of those rare artists that have found a way to stand the
test of time. Their formula is no secret: they have been going at full speed, nonstop for
the past 15 years. They've taken no breaks between touring and recording, and have
consistently produced quality albums and played sold out shows across the world.
Since their inception, they've played over 1,700 shows and sold over 1 million albums.
The band's most recent headline tour resulted in 90% sell out business, while playing
1,000 capacity venues in 40 US major markets. Silverstein will also be appearing on
the entire 2015 Vans Warped Tour, proving that the band's relevance is still thriving.
Silverstein's newest album, "I Am Alive In Everything I Touch," is one of the band's
strongest albums to date. These 12 songs are each uniquely crafted to showcase the
band's signature mixture of emotional screams and soaring melodies. Every band
writes one record that truly captures their essence and shows what they are about. It is
the album immediately recommended when discovering a band's discography. This is
Silverstein's trademark album.
"I Am Alive In Everything I Touch" is a timeless album. This is Silverstein at the top of
their game, and they are proving that after 15 years of continued success, they can
still bring something new and exciting to the table1. Toronto (Abridged)
2. A Midwestern State Of Emergency
3. Face Of The Earth
4. Heaven, Hell And Purgatory
5. Buried At Sea
6. Late On 6th
8. The Continual Condition
9. Desert Nights
10. In The Dark
11. Je Me Souviens
12. Toronto (Unabridged)$18.99Colored Vinyl LP + CD - Sealed Buy Now
He Touched Me40 Years Later..... The King Of Rock And Roll Lives On!
Friday Music Proudly Announces The First Time 180 Gram Audiophile Translucent Red Vinyl Of His 1972 Grammy Award Winner He Touched Me
Presented In First Time Gatefold Cover Art
Mastered Impeccably By Joe Reagoso & Manufactured At R.T.I.
Features The Stellar Gospel Hits: He Touched Me, Amazing Grace, This Thing Called Love, He Is My Everything, Reach Out To Jesus, There Is No God But God
He Touched Me is a 1972 contemporary gospel music album by American singer and musician Elvis Presley. It earned him his second of three Grammy Awards. The album his third and final studio gospel album, and the most contemporary of the three. He Touched Me was certified Gold on March 27, 1992, and Platinum on July 15, 1999, by the RIAA.1. He Touched Me
2. I've Got Confidence
3. Amazing Grace
4. Seeing Is Believing
5. He Is My Everything
6. Bosom Of Abraham
7. An Evening Prayer
8. Lead Me, Guide Me
9. There Is No God But God
10. A Thing Called Love
11. I, John
12. Reach Out To Jesus$32.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP Buy Now
Spiderland (Awaiting Repress)Slint was formed in the late 80s and released two critically acclaimed albums that remain unrivaled in their intensity and beauty. Spiderland was the second album and the first released by Touch And Go in 1991.1. Breadcrumb Trail
2. Nosferatu Man
3. Don, Aman
5. For Dinner...
6. Good Morning Captain$15.99Vinyl LP - Sealed AWAITING REPRESS Buy Now
Horse Stories (Awaiting Repress)Released in 1996, this was the band's second album for Touch And Go, and the record that put them on the map, showcasing their languid, nocturnal violin, guitar, and drum whirlwinds.1. 1000 Miles
2. Sue's Last Ride
4. I Remember A Time When Once You Used To Love Me
5. At The Bar
7. Warren's Lament
9. I Knew It Would Come To This$20.99Vinyl LP - Sealed AWAITING REPRESS Buy Now
SlintSlint, also known as Glenn/Rhoda or Untitled, is the first and only EP released by the post rock band Slint.
Released after the band had already broken up, it includes two songs that were recorded in 1989. It was first intended to be released as a 12" single on Jennifer Hartman Records, as original copies of the Tweez LP included a flyer advertisement for the 12; as an insert. However, Slint signed to Touch & Go Records before it was sent to press and the master tapes were shelved. In 1994 Touch and Go released the EP in 10" and CD formats. It contained a previously unreleased track, Glenn,; and a reinterpretation of Rhoda from Tweez.
On the 10 vinyl edition, the sides of the record are labelled with illustrations of a triangle and an octopus, rather than A/B, one/two, or track titles.
2. Rhoda$10.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Autumn Of The SeraphsTheir fourth full-length and second on Touch And Go contains melodies that are more dynamic and aggressive. This record is tighter, the drumming more immediate and crisp. Autumn Of The Seraphs is for both rabbits and people, for good days and for bad. A bonus disc will be packaged with the first pressing of the CD, featuring three new studio songs not found on the LP.1.From Nothing To Nowhere
3.Good To Sea
4.How We Breathe
6.Subbing For Eden
7.Devil You Know
11.Off By 50$15.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
The Speed Of Twisted ThoughtFrom one of the first bands signed by Touch And Go come these early recordings for the first time in the LP format, re-released and repackaged, in honor of the label's 25th anniversary. Includes the highly sought after singles Vengeance and In This Town, along with Jan's Room, the Process Of Elimination compilation track, Jan's Room demos, and live tracks from a 1981 tour. Liner notes by Byron Coley, Henry Rollins, Tesco Vee, and Tim Tonooka.1.Vengeance
2.In This Town
3.Cos the Elite
4.Truth Right Now
6.Off to War
13.Cos the Elite - (live)
14.Letter, The - (live)
15.Famous - (live)
16.Off to War - (live)
17.In This Town - (live)
18.Rat Patrol - (live)
19.Statement - (live)
20.Candy Store - (live)
21.You - (live)
22.Teenage Drugs - (live)
23.Waiting for Eviction - (live)
24.Media Blitz - (live)$13.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
VisionsTouch Sensitive is the moniker of multi-instrumentalist & production wiz Michael Di Francesco. His debut single 'Body Stop' was one of the first tracks released on Future Classic back in 2004. Since then he's has been relentlessly writing & touring including support for Disclosure, Cut Copy, Flume & Flight Facilities. Now back with his infectious 13 track debut album 'Visions' with its blissful melodies & driving keys getting praise & features on tastemaker blogs both nationally & overseas.1.First Slice (Intro)
4.Lose It All
7.The Mystery Of Cats
8.No Other High
11.Don't Stop The Beat
12.You're My Last Chance (Interlude)
13.Putting On Airs$35.99Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
Remastered By Steve Albini And Bob Weston At Chicago Mastering
Big Black was started by Steve Albini in 1982 while he
was living in Evanston, Illinois, and attending Northwestern
University. Lungs, the first Big Black release, was recorded by
Steve in 1982 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) to help him out on bass.
Santiago Durango (Naked Raygun) joined them on guitar. In
1983, together with live drummer Pat Byrne, they recorded the
Bulldozer EP. It was initially released in a limited edition
galvanized metal album jacket on Fever Records. By 1984, the
band had done some touring and signed a deal with Homestead
Records, releasing the Racer X EP, the Il Duce 7", and their
first full-length Atomizer as well as The Hammer Party CD.
Shortly after those releases, freed from their Homestead deal,
Big Black came to Touch and Go. In 1992, Touch and Go re-released the Bulldozer EP.
By 1987, Big Black released two additional 7"s, The
Headache EP, as well as their second full-length Songs About
Fucking. They toured extensively (for Big Black). And they
broke up. To quote the album insert in Songs About Fucking:
"Hey, breaking up is an idea that has occurred to far too few
groups. Sometimes to the wrong ones."
When they broke up, Santiago Durango decided to go
to law school and is now a lawyer. While in law school, he released two EP's on Touch and Go Records as Arsenal. Steve
Albini went on to form Rapeman and then Shellac. He also
owns and operates Electrical Audio recording studio in Chicago.1. Cables
2. Pigeon Kill
3. I'm a Mess
6. Jump the Climb$15.99Vinyl EP - Sealed Buy Now
ADAD-TOU-3118xThe Jesus Lizard
DownRemastered From Original Tapes by Steve Albini and Bob Weston.
By the time The Jesus Lizard released Down in 1994, alt-rock had long exploded and penetrated the commercial mainstream. Despite being a hair more subdued than the noise-rock band's previous releases, the still-manic Down didn't break through, but unlike most releases of the time, it didn't compromise either. The Jesus Lizard's final studio album for Touch & Go and last record produced by Steve Albini, it's also the last essential statement the band put down on tape. And it's never sounded better.
Part of Touch & Go's stellar Jesus Lizard reissue campaign, Down has been meticulously remastered from the original tapes by Bob Weston (Mission of Burma, Shellac) and original engineer Steve Albini. The new pressing presents Down in a sonic light that exceeds even the best expectations. There's greater space between instruments, heightened dynamics, a more solidified midrange, and an incredible boost in energy. Benefiting from Albini's dry, spare, and no-frills production, indie-rock has seldom sounded so dangerous, physical, blunt, or fervent.
Vinyl packaged in deluxe gatefold album jacket with 12 x 24 double sided color insert including never before seen photos, and extensive liner notes by the band and by journalists who were there when it was all happening.1. Fly On The Wall
3. Countless Backs of Sad Losers
4. Queen For A Day
5. The Associate
6. Destroy Before Reading
7. Low Rider
9. American BB
13. The Best Parts
14. (intentionally blank track)$22.99Remastered Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
PureRemastered From the Original Tapes by Steve Albini and Bob Weston.
Here's the EP that started it all. Released in 1989, Pure began The Jesus Lizard's incomparable run as America's leading and thoroughly unclassifiable noise-rock band whose influence looms just as large today, if not larger, than in its heyday. The band's 2009 reunion is one of the most-talked about tours of the year.
Part of Touch & Go's stellar Jesus Lizard reissue campaign, Pure has been meticulously remastered from the original tapes by Bob Weston (Mission of Burma, Shellac) and original engineer Steve Albini. This new pressing presents Pure in a sonic light that exceeds even the best expectations.
Vinyl EP packaged in an album jacket sporting the original Pure art, with a brand new 12 x 24 double sided color insert including never before seen photos, and extensive liner notes by the band and by journalists who were there when it was all happening.1. Blockbuster
2. Bloody Mary
3. Rabid Pigs
5. Happy Bunny Goes Fluff-Fluff Along$14.99Remastered Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
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GoatRemastered from Original Masters by Steve Albini and Bob Weston.
A head-splitting jolt of relentless anxiety, frantic paranoia, concussive racket, and oddball frenzy, The Jesus Lizards Goat became an instant indie-rock landmark upon its 1991 release. Instigating, cutthroat, and snarling through broken teeth, it became the blueprint followed by the likes of Nirvana, Helmet, Fugazi, and the Melvins, and its never sounded better!
Part of Touch & Gos stellar Jesus Lizard reissue campaign, the pioneering Goat has been meticulously remastered from the original tapes by Bob Weston (Mission of Burma, Shellac) and original engineer Steve Albini. The new pressing presents Goat in a sonic light that exceeds even the best expectations. Theres greater space between instruments, heightened dynamics, a more solidified mid-range, extended imaging, deeper soundstage, and an incredible boost in energy. Benefitting from Albinis dry, no-frills production, indie-rock has seldom sounded so dangerous, physical, or fervent.
Vinyl packaged in deluxe gatefold album jacket with 12 x 24 double sided color insert including never before seen photos, and extensive liner notes by the band and by journalists who were there when it was all happening.1. Then Comes Dudley
2. Mouth Breather
5. Monkey Trick
7. South Mouth
8. Lady Shoes
9. Rodeo in Joliet
10. (intentionally blank track)$22.99Remastered Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
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HeadRemastered from Original Tapes by Steve Albini and Bob Weston.
The Jesus Lizard's full-length debut announced the arrival of a band whose uncompromised approach, visceral tension, and scathing commentary would redefine the American underground. With the addition of drummer Mac McNeilly, the group's initial EP featured a drum machine, the Chicago-based quartet completed its evolution from a hardcore/industrial-inspired act into a distinctive band whose mix of metallic textures, rumbling grooves, vice-grip tension, and muscular rhythms can be heard for the first time on Head. And the landmark 1990 release has never sounded better.
Part of Touch & Go's stellar Jesus Lizard reissue campaign, Head has been meticulously remastered from the original tapes by Bob Weston (Mission of Burma, Shellac) and original engineer Steve Albini. The new pressing presents Head in a sonic light that exceeds even the best expectations. There's greater space between instruments, heightened dynamics, a more solidified mid-range, extended imaging, deeper soundstage, and an incredible boost in energy. Benefitting from Albini's dry, no-frills production, indie-rock has seldom sounded so dangerous, physical, or malevolent.
Vinyl packaged in deluxe gatefold album jacket with 12 x 24 double sided color insert including never before seen photos, and extensive liner notes by the band and by journalists who were there when it was all happening.1. One Evening
3. My Own Urine
4. If You Had Lips
5. 7 vs. 8
8. Good Thing
9. Tight 'N Shiny
10. Killer McHann$22.99Remastered Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
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LiarRemastered From Original Tapes By Steve Albini and Bob Weston.
Originally released in 1992, the Jesus Lizard's Liar set a new standard for noisy, visceral indie rock that has yet to be matched. Fronted by powder-keg vocalist David Yow and featuring one of the tautest rhythm sections ever assembled, the Chicago-based quartet matched tension with physicality, madness with delight, and sheer intensity with nightmarish force. Liar finds the band at its peak, the post-punk music exploding with raw urgency, primal grime, and ferocious emotion. And the mayhem has never been better.
Part of Touch & Go's stellar Jesus Lizard reissue campaign, Liar has been meticulously remastered from the original tapes by Bob Weston (Mission of Burma, Shellac) and original engineer Steve Albini. The new pressing presents Liar in a sonic light that exceeds even the best expectations. There's greater space between instruments, heightened dynamics, a more solidified mid-range, and an incredible boost in energy. This is as close as it gets to witnessing the Lizard onstage; indie-rock has seldom sounded so dangerous, physical, blunt, or fervent.
From the opening caterwaul of Boilermaker to the auto-parts clang of Gladiator to the twisted rodeo that is Rope, the Lizard utilize dynamics, silences, and textures in ways no group has ever come close to duplicating. Freakish, weird, beautiful, and overwhelmingly influential.
Vinyl packaged in deluxe gatefold album jacket with 12 x 24 double sided color insert including never before seen photos, and extensive liner notes by the band and by journalists who were there when it was all happening.1. Boilermaker
3. The Art of Self-Defense
4. Slave Ship
10. Dancing Naked Ladies$22.99Remastered Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
She Has No Strings ApolloWith each member of the band living on a different continent it took more than just a phone call to instigate a rehearsal. In February of 2002 (their 10th anniversary as a musical group), The Dirty Three reunited in Melbourne, Australia to demo some ideas they had been working on individually. They wound up with 20 songs, picked their favorites of the batch, and hit the road for two months to tour the new material. Along the way they met Fabrice Laureau, who among other things recorded part of the hit soundtrack to the film Amelie. He offered to record the band at a studio outside Paris, and thus was born She Has No Strings Apollo, the Dirty Three's sixth proper studio album.
Originally released in 2003, She Has No Strings Apollo is marked by the band's signature sounds crashing together with remarkable power, fury, and beauty. Subtle touches of piano and the addition of bass guitar (a first for the band) work beautifully behind the shimmering melodies created by Warren Ellis' soaring violin, Mick Turner's ethereal guitar, and Jim White's tidal drumming. The Dirty Three makes that rare brand of music that is raw and pure and expressive and untainted by artifice.1. Alice Wading
2. She Has No Strings
3. Long Way To Go With No Punch
4. No Stranger Than That
5. Sister Let Them Try And Follow
6. She Lifted The Net
7. Rude (And Then Some Slight Return)$22.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Pin Remix$13.99Vinyl 10'' LP - Sealed Buy Now
Yeah Yeah Yeahs1. Bang
2. Mystery Girl
3. Art Star
4. Miles Away
5. Our Time$11.99Vinyl LP Reissue - Sealed Buy Now