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Waiting For The RoarFASTWAY is the brainchild of Ex-MOTÖRHEAD guitar player Fast Eddie Clarke. In 1985 Waiting For The Roar saw the light of day and FASTWAY joined AC/DC as support on their Fly On The Wall- European Tour. 1986 the band wrote the soundtrack for the horror movie Trick Or Treat starring Ozzy Osbourne and Gene Simmons.1. The World Waits For You
2. Kill Me With Your Heart
3. Tired of Your Love
5. Move Over
6. Little by Little
7. Rock On
8. Waiting for the Roar
10. Back Door Man$21.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Waiting For The SunWith their third album, 1968's Waiting For The Sun, The Doors managed to take a mellower turn, delivering some fine melodic ballad rock songs like Hello, I Love You, Love Street and Wintertime Love while still retaining their former power with tracks like The Unknown Soldier, Spanish Caravan and the apocalyptic Five To One. The Doors' newfound sensibility not only helped the band produce one of their most diverse releases, it resulted in their first and only #1 album.1. Hello, I Love You
2. Love Street
3. Not To Touch The Earth
4. Summer's Almost Gone
5. Wintertime Love
6. The Unknown Soldier
7. Spanish Caravan
8. My Wild Love
9. We Could Be So Good Together
10. Yes, The River Knows
11. Five To One$24.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Waiting For A SignWaiting for a Sign marks the return of Githead after a five-year break from recording and pushes fur-ther than their previous records, underscoring the band's commitment to pursuing new directions. Fans will recognize many of the classic Githead tropes here: the hypnotic, motorik repetition, the weighty bass lines, and the dreamy melodicism that have come to define the band's aesthetic. But Waiting for a Sign isn't about sticking with a proven formula: Githead are forward-looking musicians, committed to reinvention rather than recycling. As previous releases such as Art Pop (2007) and Landing (2009) show, Githead's fortÉ has increasingly been to bring the synergy and inventiveness of their live performances to bear on the studio process. For this album, however, they upped the ante, arriving at the studio without any written material and trusting that their response to each other's ex-temporization, as well as to the mood and the surroundings, would get the creative juices flowing. "Slow Creatures" is a good example, kicking off in an almost heretically bluesy mode, although this flavour eventually dissolves into a larger hypnotic groove as the track builds. There's a similar effect on "Air Dancing," its introduction combining Kala bass and acoustic guitar. Most memorable is "For the Place We're In," whose melodic structure makes it Githead's first bona fide folk song. Approaching the project as something of a blank slate, their minds free of predefined ideas and open to creativity makes this their most accomplished release thus far.1. Not Coming Down
2. Bringing The Sea To The City
3. To Somewhere
4. For The Place We're In
5. Air Dancing
6. Slow Creatures
8. What If
9. Waiting For A Sign$28.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Waiting For The SunriseThe first long player from Vandervelde, on the heels of his much loved mini-album debut, The Moonstation House Band. The material on this release is of higher order, lyrically more personal, and stripped down. He's toured with the likes of Spoon, Blitzen Trapper, and Richard Swift. US and European tours to follow.1.I Will Be Fine
3.Hit the Road
5.Someone Like You
6.Knowledge Of Evil
7.Cryin' Like The Rain
8.Need For Now
9.Lyin' In Bed
10.Waiting For The Sunrise$14.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Waiting For The Sirens' CallWaiting for the Sirens' Call is the eighth studio album by the English rock band New Order. The album was released on 28 March 2005 in the United Kingdom and 25 April 2005 in the United States, and was preceded by the single Krafty in February. Two additional singles from the album were released: Jetstream, which features vocals by Ana Matronic from Scissor Sisters, and the title track of the album.1. Who's Joe?
2. Hey Now What You Doing
3. Waiting For The Sirens' Call
5. I Told You So
6. Morning Night And Day
7. Dracula's Castle
8. Jetstream (feat. Ana Matronic)
9. Guilt Is A Useless Emotion
11. Working Overtime
12. Guilt Is A Useless Emotion - Mac Quayle Mix$34.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl Reissue LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
Waiting To Exhale SoundtrackMasterfully Produced And All But One Track Written By Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds
Featured R&B Divas Old School (Aretha Franklin, Patti Labelle, Chaka Khan) And New School (Whitney Houston, Brandy, Mary J. Blige)
Released In Purple Vinyl (Whitney Houston's Favorite Color)
Waiting to Exhale was a phenomenon on so many levels. First, it was a literary phenomenon, as the 1992 novel launched author Terry McMillan to superstardom. Then, when the feature film based on the book was released in 1995, it became a broader cultural phenomenon-a mainstream Hollywood film focusing on the lives of four African-American women was a genuinely revolutionary act at the time. And, finally, it was a musical phenomenon, as its soundtrack seamlessly blended female R&B divas new school (Whitney Houston, Brandy, Mary J. Blige, etc.) and old school (Aretha Franklin, Patti LaBelle, Chaka Khan) in a masterful suite of songs composed and produced by Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds.
Critical and commercial reaction to the soundtrack was over the top; The New York Times deemed the album one of the Top Ten releases of the year, and the record topped the Billboard Pop and R&B charts for five and ten weeks, respectively, spawning the #1 hit singles "Exhale (Shoop Shoop)," "Not Gon' Cry," and "Let It Flow." Yet, because the album came out in 1995 at the height of the CD era, Waiting to Exhale never came out on LP in the U.S., and was released in Europe as a low-budget 2-LP set with both records stuffed inside a single album jacket pocket.
Now, Real Gone Music is releasing this landmark '90s R&B album on vinyl in America for the first time in a limited edition (of 1000) gatefold double-LP package sporting a luminous photo of the movie's four principal actors (Whitney Houston, Angela Bassett, Lela Rochon, and Loretta Devine) on the inside spread and pristine vinyl pressed in purple (Whitney's favorite color).
Gently pulsating and seductive, Waiting to Exhale is Babyface's masterpiece, one of the great make-out records of all time; now you can get that slow jam groove in the grooves!LP 1
1. Exhale (Shoop Shoop) - Whitney Houston
2. Why Does It Hurt So Bad - Whitney Houston
3. Let It Flow - Toni Braxton
4. It Hurts Like Hell - Aretha Franklin
5. Sittin' Up In My Room - Brandy
6. This Is How It Works - TLC
7. Not Gon' Cry - Mary J. Blige
8. My Funny Valentine - Chaka Khan
1. And I Gave My Love To You - Sonja Marie
2. All Night Long - SWV
3. All Night Long - Chante Moore
4. My Love, Sweet Love - Patti LaBelle
5. Kissing You - Faith Evans
6. Love Will Be Waiting At Home - For Real
7. How Could You Call Her Baby - Shanna
8. Count On Me - Whitney Houston & CeCe Winans$35.99Colored Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
Waiting A LifetimeSplashh was formed in 2012 by friends Sasha Carlson and Toto Vivian. The pair have been making music together since they were teenagers in the suburbs of Australia, which to be fair, was only a few years ago.
Their debut album, Comfort, recorded entirely on their own with a home studio in their London flat, was released in 2013 to critical acclaim. With praise from NME, BBC, CLASH, The Guardian, Clash, Drowned in Sound, Q, and many other tastemakers, the band hit the road in support of the album touring extensively through the UK, Europe, America and Australia.
In 2015, the band divided themselves between London and New York City, for a time of "self-imposed exile to write." The idea being that the time apart, and the different influences of the two cities, would bring a new dimension to the music. With the addition of new members, and the production skills of Nicolas Vernhes, (War on Drugs, Deerhunter, Dirty Projectors) the sound that this creative time had cultivated has been beautifully captured on Waiting A Lifetime, their sophomore effort, to be released on by Cinematic Music Group in early 2017.
"When we first went in the studio, we had a different idea of how we wanted the record to sound," says Vivian. "We had been sitting with the demos for 3 years, so we had an idea of what we thought the album should sound like. When we went into the studio with Nicolas, we started fresh and tore the songs apart. It was a lot of fun to experiment and take it as far as we could. It was liberating."
Adding another layer to the album is the band's aesthetic. The album artwork is by artist Lucien Smith, who created original works of sculpture he then photographed for the band to use. The first round of press photos is by drummer Zachary Chick.
"It's fast and in your face. Loud, but also pretty," says Toto. "The whole record has a lot to offer. If people like 'Rings' then I think they will love the record or not :)"1. Rings
2. See Through
3. Gentle April
5. Honey And Salt
6. Look Down To Turn Away
7. Waiting A Lifetime
9. Under The Moon
10. No. 1 Song In Hell$20.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
WaitingColored Vinyl With 7 Single!
On December 7, 1999, the then-fledgling Eyeball Records released the debut album by New Jersey band called Thursday. Waiting, in itself, made modest waves during its initial release, but as the band prepared its follow-up-2001's breakthrough Full Collapse-Thursday's debut quickly became more of a herald than an introduction: This is the sound of a band in the middle of a discovery process that would eventually take them to legendary status around the world. Having officially gone out of print when Eyeball ceased operations, Waiting has been unavailable in physical, digital, and streaming formats since 2012. But this year, on the fifteenth anniversary of its release, Collect Records is finally giving this classic album the special deluxe edition reissue package it deserves. Waiting: The 15-Year Anniversary Edition features the original album remastered and repackaged with a die-cut sleeve, original liner notes, and a bonus 7 EP featuring previously unreleased demos from this period-including one never-before-released song.1. Porcelain
2. This Side of Brightness
3. Ian Curtis
5. Streaks in the Sky
6. In Transmission
7. Dying in New Brunswick
8. The Dotted Line
9. Where the Circle Ends
1. This Side of Brightness (Demo)
2. Dying in New Brunswick (Demo)
3. Mass as Shadows (Previously Unreleased)$19.99Colored Vinyl LP + 7 - Sealed Buy Now
Waiting For My Rocket To Come
Side D Etching (No Music)
Waiting for My Rocket to Come is the first major-label album and fourth overall by the American singer-songwriter Jason Mraz, originally released on October 15, 2002, by Elektra Records. It was his only studio release on that label before he moved to Atlantic Records.
This first-ever vinyl pressing contains a new album layout that includes never before seen photos, official lyrics, and 15th-anniversary edition liner notes.1. You and I Both
2. I'll Do Anything
3. The Remedy (I Won't Worry)
4. Who Needs Shelter
5. Curbside Prophet
6. Sleep All Day
7. Too Much Food
8. Absolutely Zero
9. On Love, In Sadness
10. No Stopping Us
11. The Boy's Gone
12. Tonight, Not Again$29.99Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
Columbus1. Overture (Come Morning, Come Morning)
2. Hey Columbus!
3. Behold, It is Round!
4. What's an Adventure Without a Crew?
6. Goodbye $0.99
7. Sailing Song (Weight and Sea)
8. We're Setting Sail!
9. Adventure and Shenanigans
10. Adventurers Question Their Adventure, The
11. Poseidon's Theme (I Will Destroy You)
12. Dude! I Can See Land!
13. Welcome To Our Native Land
14. I Don T Trust This Newcomer
15. Let's Start a Nation!
16. World is Flat, The
17. One-Man Mutiny/the Salt of the Sea
18. Dude! I Can See Land! Again!
19. I've Got a Feeling
20. Hey Columbus! You're Back!$12.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Wait Don't WaitWait Don't Wait is the band's second full-length album - and their first release via Tender Loving Empire. Joy as an act of revolutionary defiance in the face of oppression is the name of their game, and it sounds too damn good to ignore. On the New Wave by way of Progressive Jazz banger, "Sleepy Eyes", an imposing kick and warping synth take o like a supersonic jet. In an 'I mean Serious Business' manner, Westman declares, "When the time is right I will take you home oh oh oh / When the feeling's right I will let you know," and it is clear that this is her call to make. The bounce continues, and - out of nowhere - the dancefloor falls into space and soothing jazz chords float over the classic puttering of a Roland CompuRhythm CR-78.
Just as suddenly, the four-on-the-floor beat returns, and soon saxophone, flute, guitar, and synth stabs pop in and out. Not since Beasties Boys' Paul's Boutique have such abrupt changes within one song felt so damn right. "Let Me Go", another knockout, begins with a grimy bassline and a classic hip hop clap with Westman and Vait trading verses, asking those universal questions of love and love lost. On a dime, the song transforms to near power ballad - soaring upward and lifting the listener out of the muck of the day with the refrain "Home is where I'd be if my heart could just decide", and in the same way all pop masterpieces do, it seems to end too soon - a serious 'back button' burner. With the release of Wait Don't Wait, SISTERS are not only presenting a pop record full of bangers that demands repeat listens, they are also methodically working toward creating a world that is safe for everyone. SISTERS deliver unrestrained joy, and it is desperately needed right now. The world has been waiting, but it needs wait no more.1. Scene Here
2. Heart Beats
3. Let Me Go
4. Sleepy Eyes
5. Glitter Lights
8. Posing In The Field
9. My Little Head
10. Night Walk
11. Y Do U Take So Long?
12. Love You Too$19.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
ADAD-EPI-4410xPianos Become The Teeth
Wait For LoveWait For Love, their fourth album, sees PIANOS
BECOME THE TEETH taking another sonic
step forward to craft a musical statement that truly
transcends genres. The Baltimore natives have
produced a collection of songs that feature lush
soundscapes and a more nuanced and melodic
sound when compared to the screamo-aggression
of their early work.
Fans who have followed the band's trajectory-
from their 2013 split with TouchÉ AmorÉ-can
trace the way the band's sound has evolved from
a melodic screamo act to a group that create
heaviness and weight via raw emotion instead of
distortion and dissonance.1. Fake Lighting
3. Bitter Red
4. Dry Spells
5. Bay of Dreams
6. Forever Sound
7. Bloody Sweet
9. Love on Repeat
10. Blue$19.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Wait To PleasureWait To Pleasure may not provide you with any new answers about No Joy, but what it does offer is a batch of incredible new songs, the product of the Montreal noise-pop band's first foray in a fully-furnished studio environment.
Here the band has flourished, delivering their finest set to date, rooted heavily in shoegaze ripcurls and devastating melody, finishing sentences whispered long ago with depth, variance and force. Jasamine White-Gluz, Laura Lloyd and Garland Hastings knock down the fence between nostalgia and modernity, chaos and control, in a perfectly realized work.
The group recorded its debut album, 2010's Ghost Blonde, in their practice space, using USB microphones, consumer audio equipment, and a laptop. "We had to work under a certain set of circumstances, but we did it entirely on our own," says Laura. "If you listen closely enough to that record, you can hear the radio playing through our amps, and phantom echoes of the Metallica cover band and the No Doubt cover band practicing down the hall from our room."
Wait To Pleasure found No Joy set loose in Mexican Summer's studio, Gary's Electric, for two weeks in 2012, with producer Jorge Alberecht (Violens, Lansing-Dreiden) at the helm. "We've never really made a record in an actual recording studio," says Laura. "It couldn't have worked out better. Since Gary's is booked by the label staff, we didn't feel any pressure to get the album finished by a set date. We had the time to bring our ideas to the studio and work them out there, along with the songs we'd finished on our own. We got to work on our own schedule, whenever we were ready." Adding piano, keyboards and drum programming to the record helped to color in their sound the way that they wanted. "Our earlier records are purely guitar-based, rock band lineups," Laura adds, "and with Wait To Pleasure we seized the opportunity to change things up a bit."1. E
2. Hare Tarot Lies
4. Slug Night
5. Blue Neck Riviera
6. Lizard Kids
7. Lunar Phobia
8. Wrack Attack
9. Ignored Pets
11. Uhy Yuoi You$13.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
If You Wait
"Longing, loving, leaving: Those are the boundaries of the impeccable
pop universe that London Grammar has built for itself."
- The New York Times
"A stylish debut that demonstrates both their immense
talent and impressive instincts."
THE NEXT BIG THING. Such a label serves at once as a curse and a blessing, for messianic crowns come studded with thorns, and chalices emblazoned with this inscription are often tainted with poison. Custodians of the title can implode under the weight of expectation, or fail to bottle further the magic of that first hit single.
Not so for English art-rock trio London Grammar. Hannah Reid, Dot Major and Dan Rothman have been careful to avoid the dangers of over-exposure in the nine months since first single "Hey Now" seared itself into the collective consciousness of the blogosphere, instead releasing work after work of gradually escalating beauty from the safety of the shadows.
That was until Disclosure dropped their album Settle, at which point London Grammar vocalist Hannah Reid came to wider attention on sweeping album closer "Help Me Lose My Mind," where her spine-tingling soulful singing combined with the wash of swooning synths and downbeat 80's percussion. It will come as no surprise to fans of this track to learn that Reid's magnificent vocals are integral to London Grammar's sound, serving as the perfect accompaniment to the band's discreet production and minimalist instrumentation.
The same words will be used ceaselessly to describe Reid's vocals in coming weeks - "haunting", "brooding", "ethereal". Yet none of these terms adequately conveys the way her voice melts and evolves to suit the temperament and melody of each song on If You Wait, flowing like molten gold on "Interlude", or acquiring the varied textures of a vast swathe of satin and silk on "Nightcall". Her vocal is always underscored by an enduring brittle beauty and an underlying otherworldliness, as if she honed her craft singing amidst the forests of Lothlórien, or some far-flung corner of Westeros.
Though her voice may be otherworldly, the thematic concerns of the album are very much rooted in this world - youth's timeless preoccupation with finding not only love but the nature of ourselves. These soundscapes and the lyrics that populate them are characterised by broken hearts, fractured dreams and people falling in and out of love. Perhaps the most telling lyric of all is on "Wasting My Young Years", with the heart-breaking concession of "I've heard it takes some time to get it right".
The album's first single and opening track "Hey Now" has lost none of its grandeur and remains as devastatingly beautiful as it did when released at the tail-end of 2012. It's the main track on If You Wait that justifies the comparisons with The XX - especially in terms of how the band forges the space and atmosphere from reverb-tinged percussion and Rothman's discreet, almost-spectral guitars. "Wasting My Young Years" further showcases how perfectly the band balance the interplay between Reid's vocal and the twinkling keys and subtle instrumentation that floats around it, allowing it to drive the song and dictate proceedings but never once to feel overbearing.
Latest single "Strong" mirrors the intricately weaved threadwork of sounds and elaborately crafted sense of space showcased on the opening track, but utilises a more hypnotic vocal from Reid that manages to sound simultaneously heart-rending and inspiring. Elsewhere "Interlude" is as refined a paean to love and devotion as you will hear all year, matching dual melancholic piano lines and subtly building percussion to Reid's sublime wistful singing.
There is not a single weak track, but amongst the many highlights is a spellbinding cover of French house artist Kavinsky's "Nightcall". There's a particularly gorgeous moment around the two-minute-thirty-second mark when the instrumentation is peeled away and, for a few seconds, you think the song will end - before Reid's dazzling vocal is re-introduced amidst a haze of swirling keys. It's nothing short of transcendent. Also, the flawless sequencing leads to an album that begs you to drink in its beauty by listening to it from beginning to end.
This is an enthralling, stunning, deeply emotive album that perfectly marries understated electronica to sublime vocals and melodies. In a year dominated by titanic LPs, London Grammar have not only made the most perfectly formed debut album of the year - they've made one of the best LPs, period. [A-]
- Benji Taylor (Pretty Much Amazing)1. Hey Now
2. Stay Awake
4.Wasting My Young Years
8. Metal & Dust
9. Interlude (Live)
11. If You Wait
13. High Life*
14. Strong (US Radio Edit)*
*US Bonus Track$24.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
Wait 'Til NightCooly G returns with Wait 'Til Night , an album of sensitive, lo-fi bedroom music, it s lyrics sketching dreamy scenarios of seduction, lust and sex. The moody South London house of her debut album 'Playin Me' and her DJ sets has given way to a near-horizontal, sometimes melancholy and highly original take on R n B. The tracks swing effortlessly with no-fuss musical arrangements that are filtered through reggae sound system culture and US R n B in equal amounts, with a slight hint of dark synthpop wound throughout. The pace has come down from the deep, tribal house she's known for so far, with the only constants that run through the album her intimate vocals and smokey synths cross-hatched with her characteristic broken rhythmic sense. Opening with title track, Cooly coos about a date, over an infectious synth lead that wouldn't sound out of place on a Depeche Mode song. 'Like A Woman Should' is twilight music, synths rolling out like clouds over pulsing drums, while the vocals whisper invitations. 'Your Sex' is a fantasy with synths and surprisingly stabbing, hooky and distorted rhythm guitar. 'I Like' feels like the opening of an especially dreamy jungle track stretched into a full pop song. 'Dancing' rolls out drums and a mini guitar figure into a gently dizzy waltz, while 'Quick Question' plays out the scenario after the dance. 'Want's' barely-there song structure of drum and occasional bass with a wiry synth lead, is accompaniment to a near-whispered vocal. The pace steps up with the smouldering 'So Deep', with a deep synth bassline and a muscular hip hop beat. '1st Time' is all depth charge bleeps, guitars and piano. 'Freak You' is spacious and guitar driven, with Cooly beaming in directives through a distant voice transmission. The album's final honest, angry and forlorn track, 'The 3 Of Us', comes down hard on an absent parent, a full stop on the romance that the album narrates. It also reveals Cooly G as a skilled rap artist, something she s kept hidden until now, with double-time flows casting off a missing babyfather. Wait Til Night finds Cooly G casting her net wider than her debut album, with songs that are more confident, accessible and stylistically consistent. The album comes laced with Cooly's unique honesty and charm and is sure to win her new fans with her catchy melodies, slow-jammed stories of blighted urban romance, and engaging lack of pretension.1. Wait til Night
2. Like a Woman Should
3. Your Sex
4. I Like
6. A Quick Question
8. So Deep
9. 1st Time
10. Freak You
11. Fuck with You
12. The 3 of Us$17.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Columbus Rocks: The Ohio Broadcast 1978 (Picture Disc)Limited Edition Picture Disc
Now on Limited Edition picture disc vinyl for the first time is AC/DC's rare live performance that was originally captured for a national radio broadcast in Columbus, Ohio 1978. Featuring blistering versions of AC/DC classics and the all-star lineup of Malcolm Young, Cliff Williams, Angus Young, Bon Scott and Phill Rudd.1. Live Wire
2. Problem Child
3. Sin City
4. Gone Shootin'
5. Bad Boy Boogie
6. Rock 'n' Roll Damnation
7. The Jack
8. Dog Eat Dog
10. Let There Be Rock$37.99Vinyl LP Picture Disc - Sealed Buy Now
Waiting On A SongWaiting On A Song is Dan Auerbach's much-anticipated follow-up to 2009's Keep It Hid.1. Waiting on a Song
2. Malibu Man
3. Livin' in Sin
4. Shine on Me
5. King of a One Horse Town
6. Never in My Wildest Dreams
8. Stand by My Girl
10. Show Me$22.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
There's Honey In The Soil So We Wait For The TillHarm WÜlf is the bedroom musical entity of G. Hirsch, known for his moving lyrical and vocal contributions in Philadelphia's Blacklisted. Harm WÜlf's debut album is a collection of songs which touch upon the dark and rustic themes of solitude and aging disappointment. Inspired by a wide range of artists: from the tranquil resonance of Low, rhythmic acoustic strumming of Strength Through Joy and the ascending power of Angels Of Light, to the insular, grotesque Americana of Cormac McCarthy and Flannery O'connor. Most times sparse and austere, others apocalyptically orchestrated, Harm WÜlf has the sound of something long since missing.1. Old Fur
2. Silk Soul
3. Astral Oblivion
4. When Old Becomes New
5. More Weight
6. Spectrum Blues
7. We Hold Empty Names
8. Bone Picker
9. There's Honey In The Soil So We Wait For The Till (I&II)$16.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Life Won't WaitLife Won't Wait is the fourth album by the American punk rock band Rancid. It was released on June 30, 1998 on Epitaph Records and is the follow-up to the successful ...And Out Come the Wolves.1.Intro
5.Life Won't Wait
12.Who Would've Thought
13.Cash, Culture and Violence
20.Something in the World Today
21.Corazon de Oro
22.Coppers$19.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Don't Wait Til TomorrowSix piece band Young Kato are set to release their captivating debut album 'Don't Wait 'Til Tomorrow'. The anthemic lead single, 'Children of The Stars' will be released the same day. 'Children of the stars' is a rose tinted look back at the bands' youth, relating to 90's kids alike who wish to live in that period of time forever. Taking heavy inspiration from Australian electro pop - the track offers a slightly different flavour to their previous releases. Lyrically, it juxtaposes the theme of impatience, a theme that runs throughout the entirety of 'Don't Wait 'Til Tomorrow', offering a slightly different songwriting approach.1. Sunshine
2. Drink, Dance, Play
4. Children Of The Stars
11. Just Say the Word Away$26.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Candy For The ClownsAfter a 3 year wait Nine Black Alps finally returned in October 2012 with their fourth studio album 'Sirens. Now in 2014 the band show no signs of stopping by announcing details of their 5th album 'Candy For The Clowns'. With core members Sam Forrest (vocals, guitar), David Jones (guitar), James Galley (drums, vocals) and bass player Karl Astbury, the band had retained their distinctive and energetic sludge, grunge-rock sound albeit with a tighter and more dynamic style.1. Novokaine
3. Supermarket Clothes
5. Something Else
6. Morning After
7. Come Back Around
8. Not In My Name
9. Destroy Me
10. Take Me Underground
11. Clown$23.99Vinyl LP + CD - Sealed Buy Now
Prayers For The DamnedRock luminaries, Dj Ashba (Guitar), James Michael (Lead Vocals) and Nikki Sixx (Bass), collectively known as SIXX:A.M, today have unleashed their new album, Prayers For The Damned, via Eleven Seven Music.
Setting the stage for the new album, their first single, "Rise", is a call-to-action for everyone to stand up for their beliefs. Describing the song's message, Michael explains, "Throughout history, some of the most dramatic changes have occurred when people reject the status quo and demand change. 'Rise' is about how we find ourselves at a global tipping point and how it is our duty as citizens of this world to come together, communicate with one another and rise up to demand more of ourselves and our leaders."
With two U.S. Billboard top 20 albums and a string of hit singles already under their belt, Prayers For The Damned represents the band's most ambitious, complete and adrenaline-soaked effort to date. James Michael once again, plays triple-duty on Prayers For The Damned as vocalist, the album's producer and mixer, thereby solidifying the unique musicianship of this beloved hard-rock outfit. The introspective cover art for Prayers For The Damned is an original design created by guitarist Dj Ashba, further proving that all aspects of this album are a collaboration of true passion for the band.
"SIXX:A.M. is in the most creative place of our careers," says Sixx, "For James, Dj and myself, we think it's the perfect time to release so much quality music to our fans who've been supporting us over the last 3 albums." Michael agrees, "The double-albums will leave no stone unturned in our quest to create important music and push the boundaries of rock." Ashba concludes, "We are on a mission to give our fans even more than they could have hoped for, both musically and visually."
The band's previous release, 2014's Modern Vintage, featured the breakout single, "Stars," which sold over 73,000 copies, peaked at #5 on the Active Rock Chart and #4 on the Mainstream Rock Chart, making the band the #10 most played active rock artist of 2015.
Prayers For The Damned promises to be the injection of hard rock that we have all been waiting for from this talented trio.1. Rise
2. You Have Come to the Right Place
3. I'm Sick
4. Prayers for the Damned
5. Better Man
6. Can't Stop
7. When We Were Gods
8. Belly of the Beast
9. Everything Went to Hell
10. The Last Time (My Heart Will Hit the Ground)
11. Rise of the Melancholy Empire$18.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
For The DementedPressed On 180-Gram Colored Vinyl
Annihilator's brand-new album "For The Demented" promises to pack a premier punch. The thrash/heavy metal legends are set to release their 16th studio album via Neverland Music.
Since 1989, Canada's ANNIHILATOR has not stopped putting out records and touring the world. Despite the ever-changing climate of the Metal World (and releasing a series of "different" Metal records with various lineups along the way), Jeff Waters and company have consistently delivered strong albums since the band's debut "Alice In Hell." Then there was 1990's best-selling "Never, Neverland," 1995's "King of The Kill," "Schizo Deluxe" in 2005 and many other critically-acclaimed releases up until 2015's "Suicide Society." The 'under-the-radar' influence of this band and writer/guitarist/vocalist Jeff Waters has been felt throughout the entire realm of the metal world by a ton of well-known musicians and bands; that influence even stretching into the hard rock and instrumentalist genre. ANNIHILATOR's main man Jeff Waters, in his usual humble manner, offers this in response: "ANNIHILATOR's music has been influenced by a good hundred of my favorite bands and musicians; you can hear their contributions to what I have been doing all throughout ANNIHILATOR's catalog. It's a bonus and an honor when bands and musicians I love mention that I had something to do with their playing or songs!"
Which all leads to the fact that ANNIHILATOR'S 16th studio release, "For The Demented", is certainly their most complete and definitive statement yet. "It was time to analyze what a lot of fans over the years have kept telling me," says Waters. "It was time to sit down and figure out "why" ANNIHILATOR's early "thrash-meets-melodic" caught the ears of so many AND to try to sweep the "fan" part of my writing/playing/singing out the door and welcome back the mostly-original Waters writing that was to be the first four ANNIHILATOR albums." Waters didn't venture back alone, while looking back through ANNIHILATOR'S history. "I was well aware that trying to recapture the past usually fails, or at least won't come close. So, I decided to bring in fresh ears, both musically and physically with Rich Hinks, my bassist for the last few years. And doing most all of the records by myself, including writing and playing most all on my own, as well as mixing, mastering, engineering, etc , well it can become routine and can often hinder you from being objective and more creative. Rich came in and co-wrote the music with me, as well as co-produced the beginning stages of the record. His background of classic thrash metal meets a newer "math" metal style was the perfect combination for me to simply ask, "what do you think of this?" He would most-often reply with "not the ANNIHILATOR style I like", so we would keep going until we both felt that core ANNIHILATOR riffing and writing style presented itself.
"Bottom line, "For The Demented" captures some feel from ANNIHILATOR's 1985-87 demos mixed with the first 4 ANNIHILATOR records. Back to the thrash meets melody but with some pure Waters guitar riffing, up-graded lead guitar shredding and vocals back to the demo-days meets the "King of The Kill" record. Lyrically, I placed a theme on the record: the human mind and all of its glory, complexity, diversity, weaknesses, and insanity! Pretty much the craziness of the music is matched by the lyrics." "I think Metal Fans are going to hear much of what they have been waiting for from ANNIHILATOR."1. Twisted Lobotomy
2. One To Kill
3. For The Demented
4. Pieces Of You
5. The Demon You Know
6. Phantom Asylum
7. Altering The Altar
8. The Way
10. Not All There$28.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Songs For RoundersThe late 50s. A time of crushing conformity. Of well-manicured lawns, white picket fences, and men in grey flannel suits. Not in Hank Thompsons world. With its tales of drunkenness, prostitution , drug abuse, gambling and vagrancynot to mention one of the most notorious album covers in the history not just of country music, but of all popular musicThompsons 1959 LP Songs for Rounders remains one of countrys most essential albums. It all started
when Thompson brought Ken Nelson, Capitols head of country A&R at the time, a song he often featured in his live performances called Cocaine Blues. Nelson told him there was no way the song would ever get any airplay as a single, but suggested it might work as part of an album concept.
Thompson then proceeded to round up a collection of tunes taken from every walk of American popular song and every walk of American lifelike the walk taken in Dallas red light district in Deep Elm. The spirit of the album even extended to the photo shoot. After the cover shots were taken in the morning, Thompson spent the rest of the day in the studio recording. He then went down the street to a bar and found one of the women who had posed with him. She had been drinking since the shoot had ended. She didnt even remember him. This Real Gone vinyl reissue offers the optimum way to experience this landmark album. Remastered by Maria Triana at Battery Studios in New York, cut by Peter Black at FM Mastering, and and manufactured on 160-gram vinyl at Bill Smith Custom Records, this release features the stereo mix of Songs for Rounders, as this record was not only Hanks first stereo recording but also one of the earliest country albums to be released in stereo (just wait til you hear some of those sparkling Merle Travis leads)!
And, we have included an album-size insert with a full-color reproduction of the album cover suitable for framing on one side and notes from Grammy®-winning liner note writer Colin Escott on the other. Essential American music released in its original format, with improved packaging to boot.1. Three Times Seven
2. I'll Be a Bachelor Till I Die
3. Drunkard's Blues
4. Teach 'Em How to Swim
5. Dry Bread
6. Cocaine Blues
7. Deep Elm
8. Bummin' Around
9. Little Blossom
10. Rovin' Gambler
11. Left My Gal in the Mountains
12. May I Sleep in Your Barn Tonight Mister?$21.99160 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now