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  • Hallowed Ground Hallowed Ground Quick View

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    Hallowed Ground

    The sophomore effort from the Violent Femmes was a departure from their highly acclaimed debut album. Hallowed Ground features more of their folk/punk hybrid that made them so unique from the start but with even more maniacal energy than they had previously displayed. Lead singer and songwriter Gordon Gano explores his love/hate relationship with religion with the same glee he did exploring the teenage/young adult drama of their debut. An under valued classic brought to you by 4 Men With Beards on 180 gram vinyl.
    1. Country Death Song
    2. I Hear The Rain
    3. Never Tell
    4. Jesus Walking On Water
    5. I Know It's True But I'm Sorry To Say
    6. Hallowed Ground
    7. Sweet Misery Blues
    8. Black Girls
    9. It's Gonna Rain
    Violent Femmes
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  • Violent Femmes (Pre-Order) Violent Femmes (Pre-Order) Quick View

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    Violent Femmes (Pre-Order)

    Release Date: June 8, 2018*


    Pressed On 180-Gram Vinyl


    Mastered From The Original Tapes And Cut At Capitol Mastering


    Violent Femmes have released nine studio albums and more than a dozen iconic singles, among them such classics as
    "American Music," "Gone Daddy Gone," "Nightmares, "Add It Up," and of course, "Blister In The Sun." Their
    remarkable three-decade-plus career has earned them cumulative worldwide sales in excess of 10 million, with
    1983's Violent Femmes awarded with RIAA platinum certification eight years after its initial release.


    The Violent Femmes self-titled debut album has reached legendary status that few albums ever attain. Released in
    1983, Violent Femmes became one of the most distinctive records of the early alternative movement and an enduring
    cult classic. By combining elements of Jonathan Richman and The Modern Lovers with new wave and acoustic-folk
    and punk rock, the Femmes forged a sound all their own.


    Currently out of print on vinyl, this new 180-gram LP reissue faithfully reproduces the album's original artwork, which
    features one of the iconic album covers of the 1980s.

    *Please note that release dates are subject to change.

    1. Blister In The Sun
    2. Kiss Off
    3. Please Do Not Go
    4. Add It Up
    5. Confessions
    6. Prove My Love
    7. Promise
    8. To The Kill
    9. Gone Daddy Gone
    10. Good Feeling
    Violent Femmes
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    Violent Hearts

    Shimmering Stars is a three-piece dream pop act from Vancouver, BC, Canada. Their music embodies an attempt at drawing out and illuminating the subtle darkness inherent in the seemingly wholesome, innocent music of the 1950s and '60s. The result filters older influences like the Everly Brothers, Del Shannon, Phil Spector and Bo Diddley through a contemporary indie lens. Songs about being in love, not being in love, the painfully modern condition of floating in a state of suspended adolescence, all tinted with the slight self-deprication of knowing how trite it is to be writing songs about these things at all.


    Shimmering Stars create reverb-soaked pop songs, full of arching harmonies, pulsing rhythms, and exquisite melodies, often with dark undertones, all while adhering to the timeless structural qualities of the seminal songs that inspired them. The songs are haunting and sublime, at times blissful, and at others heart breaking.


    The band began as a recording project in the Spring of 2010. After stumbling upon some old live footage of the Everly Brothers, Rory McClure holed up in his parents garage in Kamloops, British Columbia to record the first demos. That first recording environment rendered Shimmering Stars distinctly dusty atmospheric sound and established a conscious insertion into the garage music continuum. Violent Hearts is the debut LP from Shimmering Stars, released by Hardly Art and Almost Musique.

    1. Believe
    2. Im Gonna Try
    3. No One
    4. East Van Girls
    5. Into the Sea
    6. Nervous Breakdown
    7. Privilege
    8. Suns Going Down
    9. Sabians
    10. Dancing to Music I Hate
    11. I Dont Wanna Know
    12. Other Girls
    13. Did I Lose You
    14. Walk Away
    Shimmering Stars
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    A Most Violent Year

    Alex Ebert, pairs with writer/director JC Chandor to score his A Most Violent Year, the follow up to Chandor's All Is Lost, which earned Ebert the Golden Globe Award for Best Original Score. A MOST VIOLENT YEAR is a searing crime drama set in New York City during the winter of 1981, statistically the most dangerous year in the city's history. From acclaimed writer/director J.C. Chandor, and starring Oscar Isaac (INSIDE LLEWYN DAVIS) and Jessica Chastain (ZERO DARK THIRTY), this gripping story plays out within a maze of rampant political and industry corruption plaguing the streets of a city in decay.
    1. Excelsior
    2. All Is Lost
    3. Virginia's Dream
    4. The Infinite Bleed
    5. The Invisible Man
    6. Pulse of the Weight
    7. Dance of the Lilies
    8. The Instincts of Boredom
    9. Somewhere in the Midnight of Summer
    10. Excelsior and the All Day Man
    11. Amen
    Alex Ebert
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    Violent Noise (Pre-Order)

    Release Date: June 1, 2018*


    Since 2008, The Word Alive have steadily maintained a course towards the forefront of alternative music and continue the upward trajectory with their fifth studio album Violent Noise. The Phoenix-based trio-Telle Smith [vocals], Zack Hansen [guitars], Tony Pizzuti [guitars] -tosses and turns between visceral metallic power and entrancing emotionality encased in swathes of otherworldly electronics. It's a singular sound that has naturally evolved since Deceiver [2010] and through Life Cycles [2012], Real. [2014], and Dark Matter [2016]. They reteamed with the producer behind their last offering Matt Good [Asking Alexandria, From First To Last] and followed a spirit unafraid to experiment. By holding nothing back, The Word Alive's connection rings out louder than ever before on Violent Noise. "The most distracting noise in life is the one that comes from your head," Telle explains. "We all battle with self-doubt, insecurities, and trust. This record is about the balance. There's light and dark. Nevertheless, you always have control. I want to show everybody that. I'm proof."

    *Please note that release dates are subject to change.

    1. Red Clouds
    2. Why Am I Like This?
    3. Stare At The Sun
    4. I Fucked Up
    5. War Evermore
    6. Human
    7. I Don't Mind
    8. Real Life
    9. Lost In The Dark
    10 My Enemy
    11. Run Away
    12. Lonely
    The Word Alive
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    The Violent Sleep Of Reason

    Pressed On Grey / Black Splatter


    Limited To 1000 Copies


    The Violent Sleep of Reason, the band's eighth full-length studio album, finds MESHUGGAH building upon their legacy for fearless metal sculpting within the context of extreme metal, but also recapturing some of the magic and excitement specifically within the aspect of performance, finding flow and groove that would be a challenge for any lesser band to locate, given such technical geometric madness at mischievous hand.


    "There's a distinct methodology", says drummer, writer and spokesman for the band Tomas Haake, that was put into motion to help the band achieve the level of "intensity" the attentive fan will feel as he/she makes their way through The Violent Sleep of Reason.


    For this one, it's all live takes, with either 3 or 4 of the band members recording their respective instruments simultaneously - which is a way of recording they haven't used in many years. And that definitely goes against the stream of what you see in most technical metal nowadays, where editing, drum programming, the use of "beat detectives" etc. is a way more common approach to recording. So on this one, MESHUGGAH went back towards a more old-school approach, properly rehearsing the songs as a whole band before going into studio to record them. Jens was in one room, guitarists were in one room, bass player Dick was sitting right next to the drum set with an amplifier/cab in the next room. So in that sense this is more "old school"; the methodology is in that sense more like what bands were doing in the '80s and 90s. "And that vibrancy comes out", says Haake; "it's a very audible difference, sloppier sounding if you will, but at the same time it brings a different energy than the last few albums - this is "less perfect", but in that sense, also more alive."


    The personal challenge taken on by the band produced fortunate byproducts as well, or, rather, it inspired them to "de-machine" other aspects of the technical MESHUGGAH juggernaut.


    "Yes, for this one we also changed our approach toward the guitar recording/sounds," explains Haake, who nonetheless confirms that the band is still using eight-string axes, and for the most part, tuning down half a step to achieve that torrid MESHUGGAH guitar grunt. "The last few albums have been mostly digital, guitar sounds-wise, using all digital guitar gear as opposed to analog tube amps and regular cabs. The upside of using all digital like we did previous, is you can re-amp it afterwards, as it's basically a clean signal so you can pick, choose, and tweak things at a later point. But with this album, it was six speakers, all separately miked in one (super-loud) room, each cabinet with a different head -Marshall, Orange, Mesa Boogie etc-and then mixing it up a little bit depending on the song. If there was a song that was a little slower and sludgier, we might add more of the Orange amp to get a tad more of that stoner sound. And if it's a bit more metal, we'd maybe use the Marshall head or the Mesa head a little more in the mix. So we did have the opportunity, to mix and match for each song so the guitar sound is not exactly the same for every song. And that's a difference from Koloss and obZen, for example, where pretty much every song had the same drum and guitar sound."


    But the end result is still a relentless onslaught of MESHUGGAH -patented ideas, save for one gorgeous and atmospheric respite, at the close of "Stifled."


    Framing the pacing and contours of record, Tomas says, "None of the songs stick out quite like, for example, the way "Bleed" did on obZen. To me, it doesn't really have hits-it just has really cool songs! Not that we ever really had "hits" though (laughs). They're just maybe a little "wilder" sounding on this album, much due also to the live recording approach. Dick and I wrote about half of the material, and the rest was either me and Mårten working together or Mårten writing on his own. We were kind of going for something nuts as is the case with all our writing/recording albums - We wanted to hear something that we hadn't heard ourselves do before." Fredrik was not part of the songwriting for this one, as he's been hard at work on his next solo album, but as always he was still very involved with every aspect of the recording, from recording rhythm guitars, guitar solos etc . "And that's also a completely new thing," continues Tomas. "Dick was never involved in the songwriting prior to this album, whereas Fredrik always was. And that, of course, creates a difference in the way the album as a whole came out."


    At the lyrical end, highlights include the title track, which, set to a massively heavy arch-djent rhythm, speaks of "the violent outcome of not dealing with what is going on, the violent implications of being asleep. "The title is actually inspired by a Goya painting called 'The Sleep of Reason Produces Monsters.'"


    A second highlight is strident opener and longest song on the album, "Clockworks," which is strafed by a typically super-human drum performance from Haake. "That's more about looking to yourself and who you are and things you want to change about yourself. And then in the context of how your mind works, as a clockwork. It's the idea of taking out all the little pins, wheels, and springs and kind of rebuilding it to make you function in a different fashion. So lyrics for that song is a look in on self, at things that you wish that you could change about yourself."


    Listen to tracks like the vertigo-inducing "Nostrum" and the slower if equally circular and note-dense "By the Ton," and it's easy to understand why it's been four years since a MESHUGGAH album. But mind-numbing complexity of the material is not the only reason, explains Haake.


    "No, well, I would say first of all, it takes us a lot of time to write. And we're very bad at focusing; we're very bad at multitasking. I don't think we ever wrote one single riff on a tour bus or in a hotel room. So if you have a touring cycle of two, two-and-a-half, three years, there's not going to be anything written in that time period. And that's just how we all function. We need to have a break, like, okay, time out now-nothing else for a year. We need to write for one year. But you also want to tour as much as possible for an album. Koloss, for example, we toured for like two-and-a-half years. And then you write. And when we do finally write, we scrutinize those songs, riffs, structures over and over and over, and change things as we go. So in a lot of the songs, maybe only one riff was actually there originally. So writing for us does take a long time, no doubt."


    As a result, the band's erudite and intelligent fan base "get something that they don't really hear in any other bands". On the first album you still hear a lot of Metallica and Anthrax and Bay Area kind of thrash metal influence. "We knew that we sounded a bit like that, but we were aiming for something we hadn't heard in any other band. And that's still the main fuel. We're not trying to write your average metal song. We're not trying to write catchy songs. We're not trying to write hit songs (laughs). We're just trying to write something that is cool, that we haven't heard before, and hopefully our fans haven't heard before. And that also gets harder and harder though, because by now, there are so many awesome musicians and bands and so much great music out there. But it would seem like the followers that we do have, the people that have kept buying our albums and stayed with us for a lot of years, are not necessarily the typical metal fans. The crowd we have is diverse. We have a lot of geeks and nerds and weirdos, and they are beautiful ones, you know? We have a lot of people with talent, and a lot of people that are also interested in music as art, and not just an event."


    But it's not lost on Tomas that MESHUGGAH is making daunting progressive music, music where melody is subservient to jackhammer rhythm, as evidenced by the way that even his lead singer, Jens Kidman, is situated within the maelstrom that is MESHUGGAH


    "He's the perfect tool for the job. Just like most people, we all, of course, like music where there's "proper singing", and we all love a great singer. Personally, I think the voice is the most empathic instrument. You hear someone sing and you're like, oh my God, that's the coolest instrument in the world. But at the same time, what we're trying to do is not that. Just like the guitars and me as a drummer, Jens also is a rhythmic tool, one that adds aggression, as well as words to back up that aggression if you will."


    So would Tomas then acquiesce to the idea of MESHUGGAH as metal's reigning enemies of melody?


    "In a sense, yeah. I mean, there is definitely melody and a lot of melodic thought put into tonalities, harmonies between bass and guitars and things like that, but at the same time, we're not often going for anything pretty. Sometimes there's a little bit, where we go, 'Awww, that's beautiful," but then we usually immediately mess it up again. You give it a little bit of something "nice" sometimes, but basically we're not going for niceness (laughs)."


    Produced by Meshuggah; engineered by Tue Madsen, Puk Studios, Kaerby, Denmark.

    1. Clockworks
    2. Born In Dissonance
    3. MonstroCity
    4. By The Ton
    5. Violent Sleep Of Reason
    6. Ivory Tower
    7. Stifled
    8. Nostrum
    9. Our Rage Won't Die
    10. Into Decay
    Meshuggah
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    We Can Do Anything

    We Can Do Anything follows 2000's Freak Magnet and marks the group's ninth LP. It was recorded in Brooklyn, Nashville, Los Angeles, Milwaukee and Denver during their summer tour. Jeff Hamilton - a multi-instrumentalist in the Femmes' ever-changing backing band, Horns of Dilemma - served as producer, while John Agnello (Sonic Youth, Dinosaur Jr.) mixed.


    The We Can Do Anything cover art was drawn by Kevin Hearn of the Barenaked Ladies, whom Violent Femmes toured with over the summer. He also contributed accordion, guitars, keys and backing vocals to several songs on the album.


    Violent Femmes frontman Gordon Gano culled a handful of songs for We Can Do Anything from his trove of old cassette demos and journals, including Big Car and I Could Be Anything. He also shared writing duties on various songs with Sam Hollander, Dave Katz and Better Than Ezra's Kevin Griffin; We Can Do Anything also boasts one cover, What You Really Mean, which was written by Gano's sister, folk musician and artist, Cynthia Gayneau.


    -Rolling Stone

    1. Memory
    2. I Could Be Anything
    3. Issues
    4. Holy Ghost
    5. What You Really Mean

    6. Foothills
    7. Traveling Solves Everything

    8. Big Car
    9. Untrue Love

    10. I'm Not Done
    Violent Femmes
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    CARPENTERBRUTLIVE

    Carpenter Brut pays tribute to the post-hippie/pre-AIDS culture that then set the basis of electro & metal to give us a unique, violent & crazy 80s revival sound.
    1. Escape From Midwich Valley
    2. Division Ruine

    3. Roller Mobster

    4. Meet Matt Stryke
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    5. Wake Up The President

    6. Chew Bubble Gum

    7. Turbo Killer

    8. Paradise Warfare

    9. Run, Sally, Run!

    10. Looking For Tracy Tzu
    11. Anarchy Road

    12. The Good Old Call

    13. Disco Zombi Italia

    14. Sexkiller On The Loose

    15. 5 118 574

    16. Le perv

    17. Hang'em All

    18. Maniac
    Carpenter Brut
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    Eaten Back To Life (Awaiting Repress)

    Limited Edition LP


    Includes 22 x 22 Cover Poster


    Eaten Back to Life, their debut album, was first released 8/17/90. The album was banned in Germany and elsewhere due to the violent cover and lyrics.

    1. Shredded Humans
    2. Edible Autopsy
    3. Put the to Death
    4. Mangled
    5. Scattered Remains Splattered Brains
    6. Born in a Casket
    7. Rotting Head
    8. The Undead Will Feast
    9. Bloody Chunks
    10. A Skull Full of Maggots
    11. Buried in the Backyard
    Cannibal Corpse
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    Tomb Of The Mutilated (Awaiting Repress)

    Limited Edition LP


    Includes 22 x 22 Cover Poster


    Tomb of the Mutilated was released in 1992, and is the last album featuring founding guitarist Bob Rusay. The album was banned in Germany, due to the violent themes.

    1. Hammer Smashed Face
    2. I Cum Blood
    3. Addicted to Vaginal Skin
    4. Split Wide Open
    5. Necropedophile
    6. The Cryptic Stench
    7. Entrails Ripped From a Virgin's Cunt
    8. Post Mortal Ejaculation
    9. Beyond the Cemetery
    Cannibal Corpse
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    Beautiful Stories For Ugly Children

    Beautiful Stories For Ugly Children is the newest release from Ohio's Mushroomhead and it promises to be the band's most violent and epic-sounding effort to date. The album was produced by co-founding member and drummer Steve Skinny Felton and mastered by Roger Lian at Masterdisk in New York City.
    1. Come On
    2. Inspiration
    3. Slaughterhouse Road
    4. I'll Be Here
    5. Burn the Bridge
    6. Holes in the Void
    7. Harvest the Garden
    8. The Harm You Do
    9. Your Demise
    10. The Feel
    11. Darker Days
    12. Do I Know You?
    Mushroomhead
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    In Greenwich Village

    This LP is Ayler's first Impulse set. There are two selections a piece from a pair of live appearances with Ayler having a rare outing on alto on the emotional For John Coltrane and the more violent Change Has Come while backed by cellist Joel Friedman, both Alan Silva and Bill Folwell on basses and drummer Beaver Harris. The other set features trumpeter Donald Ayler, violinist Michel Sampson, Folwell and Henry Grimes on basses and Harris.
    1. For John Coltrane
    2. Change Has Come
    3. Truth Is Marching In
    4. Our Prayer
    Albert Ayler
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  • Get Lonely Get Lonely Quick View

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    Get Lonely

    Get Lonely is every bit as assured as its predecessor, The Sunset Tree, but the mood is entirely different. Sunset chronicled the fraught, violent relationship between John Darnielle and his stepfather and derived its power from an unblinking exorcism of personal demons, while Get Lonely is the haunted aftermath. It's a reflective, intimate record. The mood is one of bittersweet resignation rather than cathartic release. It's a quiet triumph, murmuring with a modest but entirely surefooted confidence. An uncannily coherent and subtly redemptive record which will come to be seen as Mountain Goats' most resonant, assured, and magical collection of songs so far.
    1. Wild Sage

    2. New Monster Avenue

    3. Half Dead

    4. Get Lonely

    5. Maybe Sprout Wings

    6. Moon Over Goldsboro

    7. In The Hidden Places

    8. Song For Lonely Giants

    9. Woke Up New

    10. If You See Light

    11. Cobra Tattoo

    12. In Corolla
    The Mountain Goats
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    Boscoe

    The private issue answer to Chicago's
    afrocentric giants Earth Wind & Fire,
    The Pharaohs, and the Art Ensemble,
    boasting an unholy conflagration of soul,
    funk, spiritual jazz, African rhythms, and
    the politics of Black Power. Come witness
    the invocation of death, a war for peace
    that black America must fight, Malcolm
    X's violent passing, brains already in the
    grave, God's damning of us all, and a glib
    parody of "The Star Spangled Banner,"
    all delivered by a crawling funk fusion as
    eager to blast us awake with harsh words as
    with insistent horns.
    1. Introduction
    2. Writin' on the Wall
    3. He Keeps You
    4. We Ain't Free
    5. If I Had My Way
    6. I'm What You Need
    7. Money Won't Save You
    8. Now and Den
    Boscoe
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    Emotionalism (Awaiting Repress)

    Emotionalism from The Avett Brothers is the defining, emotionally-arresting statement of the new indie alternative folk movement. Melding rock, punk, jazz and gospel, The Avetts are reinventing roots music. Theyve become one of the hottest grassroots touring bands in recent memory with shows that have become the stuff of legend. Their signature intensity has catapulted them from tiny college pubs to Bonnaroo. With Emotionalism and a massive U.S. headlining tour that includes Coachella, Bumbershoot and Telluride, The Avett Brothers are poised to break wide open.


    The Avett Brothers mix traces of The Bands old weird Americana, sleekly Everly Brothers roots-pop and Violent Femmes-style folk punk. You'll come away a disciple. - Harp Magazine

    1. Die Die Die
    2. Shame
    3. Paranoia in B-Flat Major
    4. The Weight of Lies
    5. Will You Return?
    6. The Ballad of Love and Hate
    7. Salina
    8. Pretty Girl from Chile
    9. All My Mistakes
    10. Living of Love
    11. I Would Be Sad
    12. Pretty Girl from San Diego
    13. Go to Sleep
    14. Hand-Me-Down Tune
    Avett Brothers
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    Anatomy of a Murder

    Import

    One of the best movie posters transformed to an LP cover; what more could one wish for in a vinyl re-issue? And with Duke Ellington and Billy Strayhorn at the helm, you know the score of one of Hollywood's most controversial movies is going to be a show stopper.


    Released in 1959, the film Anatomy Of A Murder was banned in several cities because of indecent language and its sexual and violent subject matter. But its soundtrack stood out from the start as one of the best Jazz compositions around. Evocative, alluring, eloquent, 'it beckons like the scent of a femme fatale'...

    1. Main Title And Anatomy Of A Murder (Featuring - Jimmy Hamilton, Ray Nance)
    2. Flirtibird (Featuring - Johnny Hodges)
    3. Way Early Subtone (Featuring - Russell Procope)
    4. Hero To Zero (Featuring - Harry Carney, Paul Gonsalves)
    5. Low Key Lightly (Featuring - Ray Nance)
    6. Happy Anatomy (Featuring - Clark Terry, Paul Gonsalves)
    7. Midnight Indigo
    8. Almost Cried (Featuring - Shorty Baker)
    9. Sunswept Sunday (Featuring - Jimmy Hamilton)
    10. Grace Valse
    11. Happy Anatomy (Featuring - The P. I. Five)
    12. Haupe (Featuring - Johnny Hodges)
    13. Upper And Outest
    Duke Ellington
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    The Raid 2

    Edge-of-your-seat Action, Grit And Over-the-top Violence!


    Gatefold Jacket W/ Obi And Bonus Die-cut Insert


    Score by Joseph Trapanese, Aria Prayogi and Fajar Yuskemal. Scheduled for a North American theatrical release on March 28, 2014, The Raid 2 picks up right where the first film left off and follows Rama (Iko Uwais) as he goes undercover and infiltrates the ranks of a ruthless Jakarta crime syndicate in order to protect his family and uncover the corruption in his own police force. Already earning a reputation worldwide as one of the year's most gritty and violent flicks.

    1. Alarm
    2. The Equation
    3. Toilet Nightmare
    4. Suck it Up
    5. Prison Riot
    6. Ball Inspection
    7. Phone Call
    8. Porn Den
    9. Prakoso
    10. Undercover
    11. Club Battle
    12. Reog
    13. Punch It
    14. SIM Card
    15. Betrayal
    16. The Assassin
    17. Pursuit
    18. Motor Chase
    19. Wasteland
    20. Warehouse Stomping
    21. Uco Dining
    22. Hammerballs
    23. Showdown
    24. Hush
    Joseph Trapanese
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    Natural Born Killers

    Import


    Most soundtracks simply feature the film's incidental music or songs that were heard in the background throughout the movie. Not Natural Born Killers. Assembled by Trent Reznor (Nine Inch Nails), the soundtrack to Oliver Stone's brutally warped serial killer saga recreates the hallucinatory feeling of the film. Snatches of dialogue interweave with song fragments and sound effects, creating a harrowing, violent soundscape where Leonard Cohen occasionally offers a relief of sorts. In fact, Reznor managed to convey the insanity of the movie's lead characters much more effectively than Stone did with the film itself.

    - Stephen Thomas Erlewine (All Music)

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    1. Leonard Cohen - Waiting For The Miracle (Edit)
    2. L7 - Shitlist
    3. Dan Zanes - Moon Over Greene County (Edit)
    4. Patti Smith - Rock 'N' Roll Nigger (Flood Remix)
    5. Cowboy Junkies - Sweet Jane (Edit)
    6. Bob Dylan - You Belong To Me
    7. Duane Eddy - The Trembler (Edit)
    8. Nine Inch Nails - Burn
    9. No Artist - Route 666
    10. No Artist - Totally Hot
    11. Patsy Cline - Back In Baby's Arms
    12. Peter Gabriel And Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan - Taboo (Edit)
    13. Jane's Addiction - Sex Is Violent


    LP2
    1. A.O.S. - History (Repeats Itself) (Edit)
    2. Nine Inch Nails - Something I Can Never Have (Edited And Extended)
    3. Russel Means - I Will Take You Home
    4. Hollywood Persuaders, The - Drums A Go-Go (Edit)
    5. No Artist - Hungry Ants
    6. Dr. Dre - The Day The Niggaz Took Over
    7. No Artist - Born Bad
    8. Sergio Cervetti - Fall Of The Rebel Angels (Edit)
    9. Lard - Forkboy
    10. No Artist - Batonga In Batongaville
    11. Nine Inch Nails - A Warm Place
    12. Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan - Allah, Mohammed, Char, Yaar
    13. Leonard Cohen - The Future (Edit)
    14. Tha Dogg Pound - What Would U Do?


    *Tracklist Subject To Change*

    Various Artists
    $47.99
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    The Psycho-Social ... (Awaiting Repress)

    Contains Guest Appearances by Apathy and Lost Children of Babylon


    Red vinyl version w/ bonus tracks not found on original vinyl pressing


    Jedi Mind Tricks is currently one of the hottest underground hip-hop groups in the United States. Their sophomore album, Violent By Design, has sold over 85,000 copies and is regarded by many as one of the best independent hip-hop albums ever recorded.


    Babygrande Records is proud to present The Psycho-Social... LP which is the cult classic prequel to Violent by Design. Described by the Source Magazine as ahead of its time and by CMJ as A must own for anyone who cares about hip-hop culture, The Psycho-Social was originally released only in limited pressings on vinyl 1997. The vinyl edition sells frequently on Ebay for upwards of $100. That is until now...


    In 2002, prior to obtaining national distribution, Babygrande released the CD version to independent retailers nationwide and scanned over 40,000 copies. Now, Babygrande has opened its vaults to re-release the the vinyl edition of The Psycho-Social in its entirety on limited edition red vinyl. Thanks to digital remastering, listeners can obtain the album Jedi Mind Tricks originally released in 1997, exactly as the artist intended.

    LP1
    1. Intro
    2. The Winds Of War
    3. Chinese Water Torture (featuring Breath Of Judah from The Lost Children Of Babylon)
    4. The Three Immortals (featuring Breath Of Judah from The Lost Children Of Babylon and Apathy The Alien Tongue)
    5. Neva Antiquated: Dark Jedi Remix (featuring The Sun Pharaoh)
    6. Omicron (featuring Apathy The Alien Tongue and The Sun Pharaoh)
    7. As It Was In The Beginning... (featuring The Lost Children Of Babylon)
    8. Books Of Blood: The Coming Of Tan (featuring El Eloh from The Lost Children Of Babylon)
    9. Incanatrix
    10. The Immaculate Conception
    11. The Apostle's Creed (featuring Apathy The Alien Tongue and Yan The Phenomenon)
    12. I Who Have Nothing


    LP2 (Bonus Tracks)
    1. Communion: The Crop Circle Thesis (1996)
    2. Onetwothree (1995)
    3. Souls From The Streets (1994)
    4. Last Straw (Onesoul Remix) 1994
    5. Tug Of War (1993)
    6. Get This Low (1993)

    Jedi Mind Tricks
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    Straight Outta Compton (20th Anniversary)

    Ranked 144/500 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.


    Straight Outta Compton is the debut studio album by American hip hop group N.W.A, released August 8, 1988, on group member Eazy-E's record label Ruthless Records. Its title refers to the group's native town, Compton, California. Production for the album was handled by Dr. Dre, with DJ Yella giving co-production. The album has been viewed as the pioneering record of gangsta rap; with its ever-present profanity and violent lyrics, it helped to give birth to this then-new sub-genre of hip hop. It has been considered groundbreaking by music writers and has had an enormous impact on the evolution of West Coast hip hop.


    Straight Outta Compton
    F*** Tha Police
    Gangsta Gangsta
    If It Ain't Ruff
    Parental Discretion Iz Advised
    8 Ball (Remix)
    Something Like That
    Express Yourself
    Compton's N The House (Remix)
    I Ain't Tha 1
    Dopeman (Remix)
    Quiet On Tha Set
    Something 2 Dance 2

    BONUS Tracks
    F**k Tha Police (Bone Thugs-N-Harmony)
    Gangsta Gangsta (Snoop Dogg/C-Murder)
    Dopeman (Mack 10)
    If It Ain't Ruff (WC)
    Compton's N The Hous (Dr.Dre/M.C. Ren) Live
    N.W.A.
    $34.99
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    Unchained Spirit

    Personnel includes: Buju Banton, Gramps, LMS, Beres Hammond, Luciano, Stephen Marley, Rancid, Wayne Wonder. Producers include: Donovan Germain, Mark Myrie, Tyrone Downie, Stephen Marsden, Tony Kelly. The once controversial Buju Banton, vilified for his anti-homosexual sentiments on his early single Boom Bye Bye and for his typically violent and slack dancehall, artistically turned the corner in 1995 with the release of the conscious and wistful Til Shiloh. The follow-up in 1998, Inna Heights, was equally spiritual and devoid of negativity. The third installment in this awakening is Unchained Spirit, released in September of 2000: a vital and rhythmic mix of homegrown Jamaican philosophy, biblical harmonizing, and just plain eerie dancehall. Banton sets the album off with a slow chant of Psalm 23, giving the album a spiritual center with which the rest radiates.
    1. Intro
    2. 23rd Psalm - (Patois, featuring Gramps Of Morgan Heritage)
    3. We'll Be Alright - (featuring Luciano)
    4. Pull It Up - (Patois, featuring Beres Hammond)
    5. Guns and Bombs
    6. Better Must Come - (Patois)
    7. Sudan - (Patois)
    8. Life is a Journey - (Patois)
    9. Breathless
    10. Mighty Dread - (Patois)
    11. Law and Order - (Patois)
    Buju Banton
    $19.99
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    Good Times Will Never Be (Discontinued)

    Artist Brock Enright packs a minivan and travels across the country with his longtime girlfriend Kirsten Deirup to create his first major solo show at her familys cabin in Mendocino, California. Brock dives into his work, disregarding the gallerys mandated budget, schedule, and Kirstens financial concerns for life after the show. The couple soon begins making an often violent and sexually graphic road film that pushes boundaries and sets the artist on an irreversible path toward an impending emotional breakdown.


    Once at the cabin, Brock works under Kirstens familys watchful eye, and already mounting tension increases between the couple as Kirsten witnesses Brocks inability to manage the project and support them financially. When the gallery's director arrives to check on Brock's progress and finds his work barely started, Brocks already fragile reality further spirals out of control. The viewer must wonder if the episode is an artistic performance in itself or a genuine plea for help.

    Side A - Day


    1. maybe
    2. runwild
    3. doowapcat
    4. readyforyou


    Side B Night


    5. aeiou
    6. ouijaboard
    7. tryinghard
    8. luluby

    Brock Enright
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    Little Hours

    In Richmond, VA, there's a small yellow cottage and an austere replica of a mid-19th Century white Federal period house. The members of Spokane built the structure while recording Little Hours, their first new album in four years. The record is both a document of and an aural parallel to that difficult, meticulous process. It's the patient sheen of stillness after a short, violent burst of intention. The lingering, resonant decay of a nail being hammered into wood. A piano laden marriage of small hopes and quiet violence. Packaged in a vinyl sleeve with both record and CD inside, 50 of which are handmade and numbered. It features the core ensemble of 2003's Measurement along with contributions from members of Brooklyn's orchestral, minimalist band Gregor Samsa.
    Singing
    Minor Careers
    If There Is Hope, It Lies In The Proles
    Thankless Marriage
    Building
    Middle School
    Addendum
    These Things
    Leases & Promises
    Tell Me
    Spokane
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    Under The Sun

    Gordon Gano, co-founder of and songwriter for alt-rock monoliths The Violent Femmes returns to the scene he helped spawn with Under the Sun. Film-scoring brothers and Bogmen members Brendan and Billy Ryan join Gano for Gordon Gano & The Ryans' first collaboration and Gordon's first non-Femmes release as a front man. Gano's influence on alternative music is immeasurable and his latest work is sure to remind the music world of the force and presence with which he originally stormed onto the scene in 1983, paving the way for the commercial explosion of alternative music a decade later. Gano's signature emotionalism is present in full force on razor-edged ballads like title track Under the Sun and the gorgeously unfurling Still Suddenly Here. Tense propulsion underpin Wave and Water and Man in the Sand. His most cohesive collaboration yet, Under the Sun marks the beginning of a promising partnership with The Ryans' and the return of a musical heavyweight.
    Man In The Sand

    Wave And Water
    Here As A Guest

    Hired Gun

    Home
    Under The Sun
    Better Than You Know
    Way That I Creep

    Oholah Oholibah

    Red
    Still Suddenly Here

    Judge To Widow
    Gordon Gano & The Ryans
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