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  • Raising Hell Raising Hell Quick View

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    Raising Hell

    Up until Raising Hell, the rap juggernaut we know as Run-DMC was still in its building and breaking-down- doors phase. In 1986 that
    changed, and in a dramatic way. With their third long-player, the group had reached the mountaintop. It was THE record that proved
    hip-hop wasn't a fad.


    Raising Hell marked an important and significant new era for the group. Leaving producer Larry Smith for up-and- coming sonic
    innovator Rick Rubin (still co-produced by Run's brother Russell Simmons), they began to fully transition not only their own sound, but
    the sound of the entire genre. Less live playing - with some exceptions - and a slicker, tighter sonic attack. Musical aesthetics aside,
    though, at their core they stayed true to the essence of hip-hop: two turntables and a microphone, or two.


    It's impossible to talk about the album without its worldwide smash, "Walk This Way," which hit #4 on the Billboard pop charts and saw
    the group digging in the rock crates to summon Aerosmith in the flesh, combining Steven Tyler's and Joe Perry's musicianship with the
    group's own take on the '70s classic. The song's video cemented Run-DMC as legit MTV
    idols, and both groups rode its wave to new heights.


    Beyond "Walk This Way," the platter is full to the hilt with undeniable classic singles: "You Be Illin'"; "It's Tricky"; "Peter Piper" and the
    fashion-world shifting "My Adidas." Each song was new proof that Run-DMC's sound was indeed new, but still familiar, and full of the
    energy, charisma and innovation that drew fans to their first two LPs.


    Aside from the singles, the reason the album stands up so well is the fact that there is virtually no filler. "Proud To Be Black" remains a
    pioneering and underrated cut when people talk about "conscious" hip-hop. And to make sure they never lost the streets that gave them
    their start, "Hit It Run," "Son Of Byford," "Is It Live" and "Perfection" all bring it back to the group's early days in the park.
    Besides the triple platinum status the album achieved, it was more than just a pop smash. It signaled a new era for rap music, and it was
    the no-turning- back point for the entire genre. This was the beginning of what we now call the Golden Era, and it still sounds as fresh
    today as it did three decades ago.


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    1. Peter Piper
    2. It's Tricky
    3. My Adidas
    4. Walk This Way
    5. Is It Live
    6. Perfection
    7. Hit It Run
    8. Raising Hell
    9. You Be Illin'
    10. Dumb Girl
    11. Son Of Byford
    12. Proud To Be Black
    RUN DMC
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  • Down the Way Down the Way Quick View

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    Down the Way


    2-LP Gatefold Package Featuring 3 Additional Tracks


    " a sweet and savory blend to warm the soul." - MOJO


    "Brother Angus' acoustic guitar wraps sister Julia's whispery trill with an unhurried,
    disarmingly simple melody that will propel you off the couch and into the sun."
    - Marie Claire "Need To Download"


    "If A Book Like This compounded the prospects of their future, consider Down The Way
    the fulfilling realization of all expectations." - Filter


    " the musical equivalent of a walk on the beach at twilight." - Nylon


    "The pair melt in to one another to create a spectral and lush backdrop" - Clash Magazine (UK)


    "Very possibly the worlds' favourite Australian indie-folk brother and sister duo"
    - Evening Standard (London UK)


    Australian brother/sister duo, Angus & Julia Stone's sophomore album Down The Way was released to critical
    acclaim, charted at #1 in Australia, and features the stand-out track "Big Jet Plane."


    Originally available on vinyl only in limited quantities in North America, the 2-LP Gatefold package featuring 3
    additional tracks is being reissued timed with the duo's 2014 album release and October tour.


    Down The Way highlights the endless talents of this brother and sister as musicians, songwriters and producers.
    The self-produced album was recorded between England, New York and Australia--from an old sawmill on the
    riverbanks of Fowey, Cornwall to a studio in Brooklyn, to a water tank in Coolangatta to the streets of London and
    back to Queens. Down The Way is comprised of tracks that sail across the different realms of musical themes,
    from folksy charm to epic orchestral grandeur, all the while emphasizing the pair's beautifully subtle harmonies

    LP 1
    1. Hold On
    2. Black Crow
    3. For You
    4. Big Jet Plane
    5. Santa Monica Dream
    6. Yellow Brick Road
    7. And The Boys


    LP 2
    1. On The Road
    2. Walk It Off
    3. Hush
    4. Draw Your Swords
    5. I'm Not Yours
    6. The Devil's Tears
    7. Old Friend
    8. Little Bird
    9. Take You Away

    Angus & Julia Stone
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  • Is Forever No Way Is Forever No Way Quick View

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    Is Forever No Way

    Hope I Die Virgin have, with their chaste and low key mix of rainy British indie and Dischord sound, been a cult band reserved for a few seeking souls. Two self released EP's, the most recent produced by Emil Nikolaisen of Serena Maneesh, received nods of approval from besserwissers. Still the band with the strange name have been walking by themselves in the murky mud on the banks of Oslo's underground, barely visible for the past two years.


    Hope I Die Virgin let the world be and created an alternate reality in Harrys Gym studio through innumerable sessions in 2009 and 2010. Is Forever No Way was from the beginning a megalomaniac project, a fantasy of a record so extensive, so deep and discomposing that the world had never heard anything like it. The more time the band spent in the studio, the more self-exhausting their ambitions became. Every bass note, every last beating of the cymbals have been subjected to infinite interpretation and association processes. Every chord shift has been analysed with astrological and scientifical intent.

    1. Intro

    2. Panther Streams
    3. Acid Lake
    4. Anders Giæver (Interstellar Duke)
    5. Cogs
    6. Wolf Head Dress
    7. (Soon) Into Heavens
    8. No Dwelling
    9. At Crude Garbage Falls
    Hope I Die Virgin
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  • The Way We Separate (Awaiting Repress) The Way We Separate (Awaiting Repress) Quick View

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    The Way We Separate (Awaiting Repress)

    Thomas Mullarney and Jacob Gossett, aka Brooklyn duo Beacon,
    introduced themselvesto the world with theNo Body and ForNow EPs,
    both released last year on Ghostly International. The EPs were united
    by minimalist, R&B-inuenced instrumentation, and also by a lyrical
    theme, with both serving as meditations on the darkness that
    underpins the most intense of human emotions: love.


    The duo's debut album The Ways We Separate both consolidates and
    developsthese ideas. The album focuses, asthe title suggests, on the
    idea of separation - both within the context of relationships and in a
    more intimate, psychological sense. As Mullarney explains, The
    narrative contained inside The Ways We Separate deals with two kinds
    ofseparation: one where two entities grow apart, and the other where
    we grow apart from ourselves. Over the course of a relationship, the
    two sometimes happen together, one being the result of the other.
    Desires, passions and regrets are central to the songs on The Ways We
    Separate, which take a variety of perspectives to construct a nuanced
    reection on the album's central theme. 'Between the Waves' draws a
    clever analogy between relationships and soundwaves falling out of
    phase: I know all the ways we separate/ Where we start to fade at
    di erent frequencies. 'Overseer' catalogues a parting of the ways with
    discom ting clarity: Isn't it ne?/ Taking it slow?/ Watching you watch
    me walk out your door. And album closer 'Split in Two' explores how th
    extremes of love and loss can take you far away from being the person
    you thought you were, making explicit the connection between the two
    ideas of separation: What I'd do for you?, sings Thomas Mullarney,
    Split myself in half/ Divided into two.


    Musically, The Ways We Separate nds Beacon working with a richer
    sonic palette than ever before -as Gossett says, The production on
    this album is much more expansive than anything thing we've done
    thusfar. We spent a lot of time exploring new gear and experimenting
    with how to pull a wide range of sound out of various instruments.
    Some ofthe key sonicsthatshaped this LP are analogue synthesis, lots
    of heavily processed guitar work, and vocal layering/processing. While
    the abiding mood remains that of late-night introspection, the
    production draws from elements of hip hop and a wide gamut of
    electronic music, marrying intricate beats and subtle textures to
    honeyed pop melodiesthat belie the album's conceptual depth. Rarely
    has bleakness sounded so pretty - this is a record that's deceptively,
    compellingly beautiful, an exploration of a place both discom ting and
    darkly seductive.

    1. Bring You Back
    2. Feeling's Gone
    3. Between The Waves
    4. Drive
    5. Overseer
    6. Late November
    7. Studio Audience
    8. Headlights
    9. Anthem
    10. Split in Two
    Beacon
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    Raising Hell (Picture Disc)

    'Legacy Celebrates presents the 30th Anniversary of Run-D.M.C.'s classic 3rd album, Raising Hell, on a 180-gram picture disc vinyl featuring the Raising Hell album cover image. Includes the hit songs Walk This Way, My Adidas, It s Tricky, Peter Piper and many more.
    1. Peter Piper
    2. It's Tricky
    3. My Adidas
    4. Walk This Way (feat. Aerosmith)
    5. Is It Live
    6. Perfection
    7. Hit It Run
    8. Raising Hell
    9. You Be Illin'
    10. Dumb Girl
    11. Son Of Byford
    12. Proud to Be Black
    Run DMC
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    Toys In The Attic

    Ranked 228/500 On Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.


    Remastered From The Original Source Tapes!


    Contains the classics Sweet Emotion, Walk This Way, & Toys In The Attic


    After nearly getting off the ground with Get Your Wings, Aerosmith finally perfected their mix of Stonesy raunch and Zeppelin-esque riffing with their third album, Toys in the Attic. The success of the album derives from a combination of an increased sense of songwriting skills and purpose. Not only does Joe Perry turn out indelible riffs like Walk This Way, Toys in the Attic, and Sweet Emotion, but Steven Tyler has fully embraced sleaziness as his artistic muse. Taking his cue from the old dirty blues Big Ten Inch Record, Tyler writes with a gleeful impishness about sex throughout Toys in the Attic, whether it's the teenage heavy petting of Walk This Way, the promiscuous Sweet Emotion, or the double-entendres of Uncle Salty and Adam's Apple. The rest of Aerosmith, led by Perry's dirty, exaggerated riffing, provide an appropriately greasy backing. Before Toys in the Attic, no other hard rock band sounded like this. Sure, Aerosmith cribbed heavily from the records of the Rolling Stones, New York Dolls, and Led Zeppelin, but they didn't have any of the menace of their influences, nor any of their mystique. Aerosmith was a gritty, street-wise hard rock band who played their blues as blooze and were in it for a good time; Toys in the Attic crystallizes that attitude.

    -All Music Guide

    1. Toys in the Attic
    2. Uncle Salty
    3. Adam's Apple
    4. Walk This Way
    5. Big Ten Inch Record
    6. Sweet Emotion
    7. No More No More
    8. Round and Round
    9. You See Me Crying
    Aerosmith
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  • King Of Rock King Of Rock Quick View

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    King Of Rock

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    Before Run DMC's collaboration with Aerosmith "Walk This Way" smashed the hit charts and proved to the mainstream that rock and hip hop are mere sides of the same coin, the seminal hip hop group already introduced both styles to each other on their second album King Of Rock. This groundbreaking record was the first hip hop album to go platinum. As its title implies, the dynamic trio claim their supremacy by combining heavy 808 beats and massive guitar riff samples, proving they were the baddest group on the block, period. Their sound influenced late eighties hip hop on the whole, most notoriously by their label mates the Beastie Boys. King Of Rock's influence is phenomenal. Not only did it introduce rock fans to a new music, its fresh sounds also made all hip hop that came before it sound dated. This 1985 record is a trailblazing album to the umpteenth degree!

    1. Rock The House
    2. King Of Rock
    3. You Talk Too Much
    4. Jam-Master Jammin'
    5. Roots, Rap, Reggae feat. Yellowman
    6. Can You Rock It Like This
    7. You're Blind
    8. It's Not Funny
    9. Darryl And Joe (Krush-Groove 3)
    RUN DMC
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  • With Loving And Open Arms With Loving And Open Arms Quick View

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    With Loving And Open Arms

    THE CAUSEY WAY IS NOT A CULT. They wish they were, but they are not. Sure, they are building a compound in a remote and undisclosed place, outside of Gainsville, Florida.(oops) Sure they offer Causey Blood (vegan) in communion cups before their services. And, of course, concert goers are encouraged to fill out membership nametags at their concerts. And it goes without saying that they're more than merely terrified about Y2K. But they are not a cult. They can't be because Alternative Tentacles Records can't sign cults; they're supposed to sign bands.


    Causey formed the band in 1997. His requisites were stringent in recruiting his flock. The future parishoners were not allowed to have been in a band - not in their current life nor in prior lives. They made one exception though, they allowed Boy Causey to join the band. Boy, aka Brian, you see, is currently in a ROCK N ROLL band called Man Or Astroman? as well as serving in Servotron. Causey, believe it or not, used to be a professional skateboarder using the phony last name Stanton. He used to defy gravity with corporate sponsorship emblazoned upon his bosom (in interviews he would explain it was the closest feeling approximating that of walking on water) when one day he landed on his nose and finally saw the light. This revelation changed Causey. He wanted to start anew, he suddenly felt a greater purpose. He needed to remain true to his new self while at the same time start something new & exciting and not merely regurgitate putrid bile like some old Linda Blair movie. He dreamed that his followers would release doves in asking for an encore, rather than lighting lighters. He had a mission, and the mission was THE CAUSEY WAY.


    Shortly after this period Jello Causey received a care-package from THE CAUSEY WAY. It contained a digital testament of their musical sacrifices, and some thoughtful Y2K preparedness items such as generic bleach, generic toothpaste, and enough cotton swabs to clean out an entire chapel-full of ears. Shortly after receiving the package, he quickly filled out his membership nametag, and the rest is history. (Jello has adamantly denied journalists' claims that he was 'brainwashed'.) It was exactly the type of new 'testament' wave, and pulpit punk that was missing in his life. (Some heathen have made references to Devo due to the presence of keyboards.)


    Jello wasn't the only soul converted. Rain Phoenix (sister of late River Phoenix) quickly signed up and did penance by singing background vocals on With Open and Loving Arms. One openly famous musical celebrity superstar, Michael Stipe of the rock quartet REM, was so healed upon experiencing THE CAUSEY WAY service, that he invited the pulpit back to his house for a serving of grits to show his gratitude. The band declined.


    Prior to their debut full-length sermon With Open and Loving Arms, THE CAUSEY WAY released an ep by the name of WWCD (that rose to #30 on CMJ's charts) and released an ep called Testimony for the skankedly trendy label Fueled By Ramen.(Less Than Jake's label) before releasing their latest one Causey vs. Everything on Alternative Tentacles in January 2001.

    1. Message From The Pulpit
    2. Sweat
    3. Carousel Of Progress
    4. What Power Is
    5. The Electronic Church(You Sell God)
    6. Toys
    7. Fact Finding Mission
    8. Light Of The World
    9. Institutional Man
    10. Bed Is Where
    11. Love Me
    12. Word Problems
    Causey Way
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  • By The Time I Get To Phoenix By The Time I Get To Phoenix Quick View

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    By The Time I Get To Phoenix

    Glen Campbell's commercial breakthrough came by way of the title track, which was the direct precursor in production terms to Wichita Lineman, and by the same writer. The cover of Paul Simon's Homeward Bound is sincere if a little perfunctory, but Campbell's rendition of Ernest Tubb's Tomorrow Never Comes is a bravura performance, rich and soulful, as well as recalling Rodgers & Hammerstein's You'll Never Walk Alone as done by Gerry & the Pacemakers. Cold December in Your Heart harks back to Campbell's country-folk material, a piece of midtempo country-pop. Material like that and the similar Back in the Race, Dorsey Burnette's Hey Little One, Jerry Reed's You're Young and You'll Forget, and Bill Anderson's Bad Seed hold up better than more pop-focused numbers like My Baby's Gone, though the string backings on most of these very much date them. The final number here, the touching Love Is a Lonesome River, makes a brilliant coda.

    -AllMusic
    1. By The Time I Get To Phoenix
    2. Homeward Bound
    3. Tomorrow Never Comes
    4. Cold December (In Your Heart)
    5. My Baby's Gone
    6. Back In The Race
    7. Hey Little One
    8. Bad Seed
    9. I'll Be Lucky Someday
    10. You're Young And You'll Forget
    11. Love Is A Lonesome River
    Glen Campbell
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  • Songs For Rounders Songs For Rounders Quick View

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    Songs For Rounders

    The 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?
    Hank Thompson
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    Sings The Songs That Made Him Famous

    Originally released in 1958 on Sun Records, Johnny Cash's second album was a smash success, with singles such as I Walk The Line, Guess Things Happen That Way, and Ballad of a Teenage Queen shooting to the top of the charts and earning Cash a reputation as one of country's greatest songwriters and performers. The Man In Black is accompanied by Luther Perkins and Marshall Grant, known at the time as The Tennessee Two. The album was produced by Sun Records founder, Sam Phillips, and Jack Clement.
    1. Ballad of a Teenage Queen
    2. There You Go
    3. I Walk the Line
    4. Don't Make Me Go
    5. Guess Things Happen That Way
    6. Train of Love
    7. The Ways of a Woman in Love
    8. Next in Line
    9. You're the Nearest Thing to Heaven
    10. I Can't Help It (If I'm Still in Love With You)
    11. Home of the Blues
    12. Big River
    Johnny Cash
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    Cypress Hill (Awaiting Repress)


    Limited Edition Clear Vinyl


    Somewhere in between the rock-star mischief of the Beastie Boys and the slow-creeping funk of Dr. Dre, Cypress Hill introduced their hazy-eyed sound to the world on their self-titled 1991 debut and things have never quite been the same since. The original Cypress Hill album captures the group at their risk-taking best, mixing gangster posturing, LA street politics, Latin flavor and warped humor together under a thick cloud of weed smoke and innovative beats. Nasal-voiced rapper B-Real and his partner Sen Dog, backed by the adventurous production styles of DJ Muggs, produce classics records like How I Could Just Kill a Man, Pigs, Stoned is the Way of the Walk and Hand on the Pump. Since its release, the album has won acclaim as one of Rolling Stone's Essential Recordings of the 90s and Top 100 Best Rap Albums by The Source magazine. Get On Down is proud to present one of the most influential and important hip-hop albums ever, Cypress Hill, in this special red vinyl release, featuring audio remastered from the original source tapes.


    This title is not eligible for discount.

    1. Pigs
    2. How I Could Just Kill A Man
    3. Hand On The Pump
    4. Hole In The Head
    5. Ultraviolet Dreams
    6. Light Another
    7. Phuncky Feel One
    8. Break It Up
    9. Real Estate
    10. Stoned Is The Way Of The Walk
    11. Psycobetabuckdown
    12. Something For The Blunted
    13. Latin Lingo
    14. Funky Cypress Hill Shit
    15. Tres Eqyis
    16. Born To Get Busy
    Cypress Hill
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    Neck Of The Woods

    Neck of the Woods, the third album from Los Angeles, CA fuzz-rockers Silversun Pickups, started with a chance meeting when the band stumbled across Grammy-winning producer Jacknife Lee (R.E.M., U2, Weezer) while recording guest vocals for a Snow Patrol track. But band frontman Brian Aubert is quick to point out that, in fact, pretty much everything about the album from producer to studio location right down to its found-photo album art, has been serendipitous. It's bizarre, the affable singer/guitarist explains. We can't take credit for any of it. It just accidentally happened.


    For one example of a happy accident, Aubert was surprised to discover Lee's home studio was smack in the middle of the Topanga Canyon woods, minutes from where the singer grew up. I hadn't been back in years, he recalls. I thought it would be fun to walk down my old street. It was like playing with fire a little bit. So much came back that I had forgotten about and it was a really emotional experience. I just realized this place and the feelings I had are still ingrained in me.


    Aubert says the songs sound like a horror movie, all of them beginning to percolate while he was country-hopping and people-watching during a European vacation. (2009's) Swoon was more about what I was feeling at that particular time, he says, whereas with this one, I wanted to see what built me. It was learning why I am the way I am.

    1. Skin Graph
    2. Make Believe
    3. Bloody Mary (nerve endings)
    4. Busy Bees
    5. Here We Are (chancer)
    6. Mean Spirits
    7. Simmer
    8. The Pit
    9. Dots and Dashes (enough already)
    10. Gun-shy Sunshine
    11. Out of Breath
    Silversun Pickups
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    Lesser Key (Coke Bottle Clear)


    Coke Bottle Clear Vinyl


    "Freedom is a double-edged sword.. we are inspired to create from the ugly as well as the beautiful."


    The Los Angeles based rock group, LESSER KEY, represents an exploration into personal and artistic freedom. The group consists of Andrew
    Zamudio, Brett Fanger, Justin Hanson and Paul D'Amour - founding TOOL bassist and songwriter (Opiate & Undertow)


    LESSER KEY will be releasing their highly anticipated self-titled debut EP. The group created their debut with producer Sylvia
    Massy (System of a Down, Tool, Johnny Cash).


    LESSER KEY states: "Having Paul D'Amour join us on bass is a real pleasure. We all loved the work he did on the first few TOOL albums. I think first
    and foremost we give our best effort to create something that excites us.. the intention is to stir things up a bit. We'd rather try to present something
    in the most honest way possible so that people can come to their own thoughts and feelings. Hopefully both the listener and us walk away more
    aware from the art."

    1. Intercession
    2. Pale Horse
    3. Parallels
    4. Folding Stairs
    5. In Passing Through
    6. Labile
    Lesser Key
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    Where No One Stands Alone (Pre-Order)

    Where No One Stands Alone celebrates the power and passion of Elvis Presley's gospel recordings. Produced by Joel Weinshanker, Lisa Marie Presley and Andy Childs, Where No One Stands Alone introduces newly-recorded instrumentation, rare alternate vocals from Elvis, and backing vocal contributions from music legends who'd performed on-stage and/or in the studio with Elvis such as, Darlene Love; Cissy Houston; Terry Blackwood, Armond Morales and Jim Murray of The Imperials; and Bill Baize, Ed Hill, Donnie Sumner and Larry Strickland of The Stamps Quartet.


    The album also includes a reimagined duet with Elvis and his daughter, Lisa Marie Presley, on the album's title track and spiritual touchstone. Where No One Stands Alone provides new musical perspectives on 14 of the singer's favorite pieces of gospel music, from the reverential to the celebratory, with song selections including Presley's beloved enduring gospel classics (the 1965 Top 5 smash Crying In The Chapel, How Great Thou Art, You'll Never Walk Alone), praise-filled gospel-rockers (Jerry Lieber and Mike Stoller's Saved) and traditional hymns and spirituals (So High, Stand By Me, In The Garden, Amazing Grace).


    Since I was two years old, Elvis Presley once said, all I knew was gospel music. It became such a part of my life, it was as natural as dancing. A way to escape my problems, and my way of release. It was Elvis' explosive mix of styles - blues, bluegrass, country, swing, pop - that generated his iconic world-changing rock n' roll, but it was the hymns, spirituals and church music of his childhood, the deep-seated gospel roots that sustained Elvis and his musical vision throughout his life. This was his favorite genre - no question about it, says Lisa Marie in her album notes. He seemed to be at his most passionate, and at peace while singing gospel. He would truly come alive - whether he was singing just for himself and me at home, or on stage in front of thousands of fans.

    1. I've Got Confidence
    2. Where No One Stands Alone
    3. Saved
    4. Crying In the Chapel
    5. So High
    6. In the Garden
    7. Bosom of Abraham
    8. How Great Thou Art
    9. I, John
    10. You'll Never Walk Alone
    11. He Touched Me
    12. Stand By Me
    13. He Is My Everything
    14. Amazing Grace
    Elvis Presley
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    Women Of Your Life

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    Stripped-down, unblighted, bedroom pop songs... about girls. Women Of Your Life is the intimately facile sophomore album from indie-slackers Sleeping Bag.


    The Bloomington, Indiana based trio is spearheaded by Dave Segedy, who is the group's drummer, songwriter and primary vocalist (that's right: a drummer who writes and sings all the songs!). Specializing in simple and honest songwriting, Malkmus-deadpan vocal delivery, and unusually addictive melodies, Sleeping Bag craft songs that are at once familiar and fresh.


    The band's debut s/t album was released on Joyful Noise in August 2011, receiving praise from Under The Radar, Impose Magazine, Village Voice, RCRD LBL, and My Old Kentucky Blog. With their second album, the trio have matured in the ways one might expect: songs are a bit longer, lyrics a bit more personal, and arrangements more developed. But all of Sleeping Bag's signature elements are well represented
    throughout: the heartfelt (In The Pocket, Still Life), the playful (Allison Cole, Saturday Night) and the unbelievably catchy (Soccer Ball, Walk Home).


    Segedy's eortless melodies, accompanied by the distinctively jangling guitar work of Lewis Rogers and the tastefully minimal bass of David Woodru, combine to form a sound that summons the energy and earnestness of 90s rock, while sidestepping throwback territory. Familiar inuences are organically reconstructed into relevant,
    captivating pop. These are instantly accessible songs which gain surprising depth with each obsessively repeated listen.

    1. Women Of Your Life
    2. Soda You
    3. Soccer Ball
    4. 5Allison Cole
    5. In The Pocket
    6. Nightmare
    7. Saturday Night
    8. Coco
    9. Still Life
    10. Walk Home
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    Saosin (Awaiting Repress)

    Saosin is the debut album by post-hardcore band Saosin. Includes a matte finish with spot UV gatefold jacket and full color inner sleeve.


    The long wait is over. California's Saosin issued their debut EP Translating the Name in 2003. They already had a well-developed fan base for their unique, even enigmatic brand of post-hardcore screamo. The band, having undergone some personnel changes -- most notably singer Anthony Green's departure in 2004 and the enlisting of Cove Reber as his replacement -- also underwent a sonic change on their self-titled 2005 EP. That primer was a guidebook to the band's new sound. Their Capitol debut, produced by Howard Benson, who also plays keyboards and does minimal programming, is a much slicker and far more imaginative outing than the band's underground fans may appreciate. That's not to say it's not impressive. It is. Quite so. This quintet are fine songwriters, excellent musicians, and have actually taken their post-underground hardcore beginnings and turned them into something that may indeed further rock music itself. This is not an idle claim. The songs on this album are tight, finished, and full of unexpected twists and turns, varied dynamics, fine lyrics, and, most of all, they're surprising. The hard twin-guitar sound at the front drives a rhythm section that is always in the pocket. Justin Shekoski and Beau Burchell work symbiotically with one another. They twin riffs and single lines without ever devolving into guitar heroics. They play as a unit. Reber's beautiful high-pitched voice walks the line but never resorts to screaming, because he doesn't have to: his instrument is powerful enough to ride the top of the musical swirl. The rhythm section carries the cradle of all this innovation, never slipping or abandoning these songs to mere workmanship. Check the killer counterpoint leads on Follow and Feel, and how drummer Alex Rodriguez takes the beat to the band inside the tune. When Reber enters with Don't let them know you're watching their situation crumble... his lyric is one of dislocation and the futile attempt to understand distance and dissolution. The killer, all-out rock riff in It's So Simple is beguiling as the song's dynamics and pace change three times inside of four minutes. That's the other beauty of this record; all but one track are under four minutes. The album flows from top to bottom; songs bleed into one another yet keep their distinctive identities. It's a strange comparison, but Saosin are as unique in their way as U2 were in their right from the beginning. Though they are seasoned road warriors, it's no mean achievement that a debut album carrying so much weight seemingly so effortlessly, is so utterly sophisticated and complete . Sure, Capitol will try to make them the next big thing, and maybe they should -- when's the last time you heard anything really new in rock music? Bury Your Head is the only track here that is a carry-over from Saosin's EP. Its woven textures, explosive singing, knotty basslines, and call and response vocals are chilling and utterly effective. Saosin walk that line between metal, indie rock, post-hardcore, and many other things. But that tautness is what gives their songs such power and ruddy grace. The album may garner the charges of sell-out from the underground, but musicians grow. In a relatively short time, Saosin has evolved into a smart, utterly talented and perhaps even visionary unit that is rewriting the book in the 21st century. They have delivered a debut album that is mature, truly original, that can garner the attention of those kids -- and hopefully, older adults who still care about rock -- from almost any side of the rock & roll spectrum. - Allmusic.com

    1. It's Far Better to Learn
    2. Sleepers
    3. It's So Simple
    4. Voices
    5. Finding Home
    6. Follow and Feel
    7. Come Close
    8. I Never Wanted To
    9. Collapse
    10. You're Not Alone
    11. Bury Your Head
    12. Some Sense of Security
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    Ice On The Dune

    It's exactly what electronic pop should sound like in 2013. Fresh, euphoric, youthful...it more than delivers on the promise of 2008 s million-selling debut Walking On A Dream and the fantastical imagery that made them a festival highlight wherever Steele strapped on his head-dress, said Q, awarding the album four stars in a lead review. MOJO noted, you can t help but be charmed by their puckish, wide-eyed enthusiasm for the redemptive power of pop. Nearly every track is powered by a room-rattling disco groove, observed Uncut, scoring it 8/10. But what makes DNA , Alive , Concert Pitch and the title song so irresistible is the way their silky melodies resolve into super-saturated Technicolor chorus hooks.
    1. Lux
    2. DNA
    3. Alive
    4. Concert Pitch
    5. Ice On The Dune
    6. Awakening
    7. I'll Be Around
    8. Old Flavours
    9. Celebrate
    10. Surround Sound
    11. Disarm
    12. Keep A Watch
    Empire Of The Sun
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    One of the few true heroes of the punk era, former Clash frontman Joe Strummer walked it like he talked it, never losing his commitment to either his music or his ideals. Streetcore marks his third album since his '99 re-emergence, and possibly his strongest solo album to date.


    This fact is all the more poignant in light of Strummer's death shortly before Streetcore's completion. He has left us a swansong of which he could be proud. His famous eclecticism is full-on; this makes the wide-ranging SANDINISTA seem like GIVE 'EM ENOUGH ROPE by comparison. A dizzying fusion of electronica, reggae, funk, hip-hop, rock, folk, blues, world music, and more, it's what he'd been working his way up to ever since his comeback. Things never spiral out of control, as his lyrics are the most focused he'd written since his Clash days--simultaneously political and playful. Streetcore closes with a cover of Bobby Charles's Grow Too Old (retitled Silver and Gold), a vow to live life to its fullest that would seem tragic in context had not its singer done exactly that all the way to the end.

    1. Coma Girl
    2. Get Down Moses
    3. Long Shadow
    4. Arms Aloft
    5. Ramshackle Day Parade
    6. Redemption Song
    7. All In A Day
    8. Burnin' Streets
    9. Midnight Jam
    10. Silver And Gold
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    Mystery Girl Expanded

    Everyone involved with Mystery Girl sensed the magic in Roy Orbison, who, in 1988, was enjoying a full creative renaissance and resurgence of popularity. One of Roy's classic recordings, "In Dreams," memorably lip-synched into a hurricane lamp by Dean Stockwell, had served as a key thematic element in David Lynch's "Blue Velvet," igniting a renewed interest in the Big O.


    In a series of bold aesthetic moves, Orbison directly addressed his legacy, first with Class of '55 (a 1986 reunion album with fellow Sun Records alumni Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis and Carl Perkins) and then, In Dreams: The Greatest Hits, where Orbison recut many of his biggest songs, using 1980s technology to produce results often surpassing his original recordings.


    At this same time, Roy Orbison became a founding member of the Traveling Wilburys, the roots rock supergroup also featuring Bob Dylan, George Harrison, Jeff Lynne, and Tom Petty. It was during work with the Wilburys that the vision for Mystery Girl, a new Roy Orbison album made of original songs from a variety of writers-including Roy Orbison, Diane Warren, Elvis Costello, Wesley Orbison and U2s Bono and the Edge (among others)-began taking shape.


    "When he sang it, it was absolutely magnificent," said Jeff Lynne, who would produce tracks for Mystery Girl. "His voice, I had never heard a voice like that live, you know, in the studio, ever . He had this wonderful spirit, almost like a kid in many ways.


    He was just a happy guy. I love him . One of the proudest things I've ever done is to have become his friend. I'd look at him and just go, 'Wow, it's him. The Big O.'"


    Roy's core group of musicians on the original Mystery Girl recordings included Jeff Lynne (guitar, piano, bass, backing vocals), Tom Petty (acoustic guitar, backing vocals), Mike Campbell (guitar, bass, mandolin), Jim Keltner (drums), Howie Epstein (bass, backing vocals), and Benmont Tench (piano, organ, cheap strings). Contributing artists on the album include Barbara Orbison, Roy Orbison, Jr., Al Kooper, George Harrison, Bono, T Bone Burnett, Steve Cropper, The Memphis Horns, and more.


    "I was just taken by how amazing this guy was. Just sitting, singing softly, sitting on the sofa with an acoustic guitar, his voice was unbelievable." remembers Tom Petty. "The music will live on, you know; it's very timeless music."


    Mike Campbell added, "Any time I hear one of Roy's songs, wherever I am, I just stop and listen to it and he's there, you know. His artistry and his voice and his spirit and the depth of his soul is so unique and it just connects with you in such a deep way . He just had a way of getting into your heart."


    "He was a real innovator, truly a great singer," said Bono. "The real rebels to me always had manners. Elvis, you know, and Roy, Roy was a true gentleman. And that's a scary thing in a man, do you know what I mean? A man that's so sure in himself that he can be polite."


    The legendary guitarist Steve Cropper confided that, "I've only met basically three, maybe three-and-a-half, of what I call 'light bulbs' in my life. And what I mean by 'light bulbs' is they're the brightest one in the room and when they walk in the door every head turns. Every head. Not just a few, not some people still talking in the corner. It's like everyone stops what they are doing. Elvis Presley, Otis Redding and Roy Orbison. And I saw that happen to Bill Clinton. So, there you go and I've never seen that happen to anybody else, ever."

    LP1
    1. You Got It
    2. In the Real World
    3. (All I Can Do Is) Dream You
    4. A Love So Beautiful
    5. California Blue
    6. She's a Mystery to Me
    7. The Comedians
    8. The Only One
    9. Windsurfer
    10. Careless Heart


    LP2
    1. The Way Is Love
    2. She's a Mystery to Me (Studio Demo)
    3. (All I Can Do Is) Dream You (Studio Demo)
    4. The Only One (Studio Demo)
    5. The Comedians (Studio Demo)
    6. In the Real World (Studio Demo)
    7. California Blue (Studio Demo)
    8. Windsurfer (Work-Tape Demo)
    9. You Are My Love (Work-Tape Demo)

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    Born With Stripes

    San Diegos The Donkeys strike a balance of smiling, surfer mysticism and winking, slacker mystique. They reanimate the charming hallmarks of sunshine-rock past without being sepia-toned retro or bubblegum-cloying. There is an innate playfulness and honesty to the music they make. Its a dynamic that has made public champions of keen-eared musicians like John Darnielle (Mountain Goats) and Craig Finn (The Hold Steady). It was Darnielle who claimed The Donkeys were benevolent keepers of what he called The Antidote to an unnamed sickness plaguing indie rock.


    Born With Stripes is an altogether less twangy affair than the bands 2008 Dead Oceans debut, Living On The Other Side. The nods to Grateful Dead and Buffalo Springfield are better balanced with echoes of other Cali arists, notably Pavement and Beck. The country-rock flairs are often overtaken by powerpop hooks. What some might call a lazy melody is really just a melody on its own clock. Nice and relaxed.


    Ceiling Tan, feels like a lost weekend in Tijuana with Mutations and Crooked Rain, and may well be the bands mission statement. I Like The Way You Walk also cops a 90s alt-rock lick, but ditches any esoterica for earnest yearnings and sweet nothings.


    What makes the Donkeys so potent is not their ability to rehash the past, its that their records embody a pureness, an authenticity that is unmatched in contemporary music. We were not the only ones to feel this undeniable connection. The Donkeys had a brush with Hollywood when Lost producer Eddy Kitsis heard the band, and cast them as Geronimo Jackson, a band he had written into the Lost story as an obscure San Francisco band from the 70s, who were peers of the Grateful Dead. Kitsis heard the Donkeys and felt they so embodied this fictitious band, that he actually had the band re-record their song Excelsior Lady as Dharma Lady and weaved it into the TV show.


    The album was mixed by Pernice Brothers Thom Monahan, whose involvement not only gives us the crispest, warmest Donkeys recordings to date, it also serves to remind us of the bands loose connections to an array of psych-dappled kindred spirits: Vetiver, Papercuts, BrightblackMorning Light, Devendra Banhart. Monahan was not the only outsider the band collaborated with on Born With Stripes. The playful album artwork was created by California illustrator and cartoonist Tony Millionaire, best known for his comics Maakies and Sock Monkey, and as the creator of the Adult Swim show Drinky Crow.

    1. Don't Know Who We Are

    2. I Like The Way You Walk
    3. Bloodhound
    4. Born With Stripes
    5. Kaleidoscope
    6. West Coast Raga
    7. New Blue Stockings
    8. Ceiling Tan
    9. Oxblood
    10. Bullfrog Blues
    11. Valerie
    12. East Coast Raga

    The Donkeys
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    Dagger Beach

    Dagger Beachwas Recorded at Tiny Telephone on 2 Analog Tape Without the Use of Computers.


    The Vinyl Release Will be Issued as a QRP 200 Gram Audiophile Limited Pressing.


    While it's true I did endure a terrible break-up at the beginning of writing this record, this is not a break
    up record. Dagger Beach is a put-me-the-fuck-back-together record.


    The break up came in late 2011, after endless months of White Wilderness touring. I returned home to an
    empty house, and, as that's pretty unbearable when you're not quite right in the head, I decided to set out
    walking. I hiked the Lost Coast (36 miles of off-the-grid splendor in Southern Humboldt County), I hiked
    the entire 150-mile trail system of Pt. Reyes, I hiked for days, deep, deep in the woods, usually alone.
    As I walked and walked, listening to records on repeat, I started obsessing about music again. Three
    records found their way into my psyche and inspired much of this new record: Joanna Newsom's Have
    One On Me, Silver Jews' The Natural Bridge, and Radiohead's King Of Limbs. I don't think you'll find
    traces of these records in Dagger Beach, but their spirit and fearlessness deeply affected me. (Hence the
    shout-out on the record to one of my lifelong heroes, David Berman.)


    The first two reminded me how crucial great lyrics can be, how your experience of a record can evolve
    and change as you slowly decode complex and thoughtful writing. King Of Limbsshowed me how
    powerful linear songwriting can be, when subtle changes in form and repeating motifs slowly shift into
    something else entirely (just try to follow Morning Mr. Magpie on headphones). There are many songs
    on Dagger Beach that take this approach: Damage Control and Gaslight were both written to drum
    patterns played by Jason Slota, my long-time partner. Jason played drums alone, without music, and I
    adapted to his structures and rhythms. Doing this keeps me from relying on my usual tricks and
    structures and forces me into brand new territory.


    This strange experience, the endless hiking and backcountry camping off the grid, it completely changed
    the songwriting process for me. I edited lyrics while walking, I worked out songs in my head. It didn't
    come easy: the first time I camped alone (I was deep inside the million-acre Mendocino National Forest) I
    freaked out, ended my trip early, and wrote Raw Wood the next day. By the end of 2012, I could stay out
    for a week on my own.


    As the experience changed me, it changed the record. Dagger Beach is looser, weirder, and more free
    because of it

    Raw Wood
    Harlequin Press
    Song for Dana Lok
    How the West Was Won
    Interlude #1
    Song for David Berman
    Damage Control
    Song for the Landlords of Tiny
    Telephone
    Gaslight
    Sleep it Off
    Sonogram
    North Coast Rep
    Interlude #2
    John Vanderslice
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    Ordinary Corrupt Human Love (180 Gram)

    Pressed On 2x 180-Gram Vinyl


    Deafheaven was formed in 2010 by vocalist George Clarke and guitarist Kerry McCoy. They released their debut studio album Roads To Judah in 2011 . They added
    drummer Daniel Tracy to the group and released their breakthrough album Sunbather in 2013. After rounding out their line up with guitarist Shiv Mehra and bassist
    Stephen Clark-each subsequent live set felt like a religious experience for the bigger (and bigger) shows that followed. Their third album, and first for ANTI-, 2015's
    New Bermuda, was heavier, sturdier, and more grounded in the dirt than Sunbather. They toured extensively to support New Bermuda playing tours and festivals with
    Lamb Of God, Anthrax, Danzig, and Gojira.


    Deafheaven's new album, Ordinary Corrupt Human Love, finds them working with old friends again. The Jack Shirley-produced and Nick Steinhardt-art directed (of
    TouchÉ AmorÉ) collection gets its title from Graham Greene's novel The End of the Affair, referencing a moment when someone is looking for love, in all of its imper¬-
    fection and simple beauty. This sentiment is carried throughout the hazy, yearning romanticism of the record with song titles and words as sumptuous as the sounds
    around them. Clarke describes the composition of Ordinary Corrupt Human Love beginning with "small seeds of healing, repair, and rebirth," and like each subsequent
    Deafheaven album, this record is, in fact, a revelation.


    Defeat has inspired some of our best art. If you survive something terrible, you surface on the other side, walk toward the light, and come back to life. If you're an
    artist, this kind of new self-knowledge can lead to creating something universal and remembered, something that can live longer than you do. While Deafheaven have
    managed to cross over this road in the past, they've nailed the feeling wholly with Ordinary Corrupt Human Love, a feeling that comes with experience and wisdom. Yes,
    everybody deals with hurt, everybody's been the cause of their own implosions, and everybody has the capacity to overcome and love again. Deafheaven have found a
    way to externalize all of this, and in making their most complete record to date, they turn it into a balm and a cathartic exorcism.

    LP 1
    1. You Without End
    2. Honeycomb
    3. Canary Yellow
    4. Near


    LP 2
    1. Glint
    2. Night People
    3. Worthless Animal

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    Ordinary Corrupt Human Love

    Deafheaven was formed in 2010 by vocalist George Clarke and guitarist Kerry McCoy. They released their debut studio album Roads To Judah in 2011 . They added
    drummer Daniel Tracy to the group and released their breakthrough album Sunbather in 2013. After rounding out their line up with guitarist Shiv Mehra and bassist
    Stephen Clark-each subsequent live set felt like a religious experience for the bigger (and bigger) shows that followed. Their third album, and first for ANTI-, 2015's
    New Bermuda, was heavier, sturdier, and more grounded in the dirt than Sunbather. They toured extensively to support New Bermuda playing tours and festivals with
    Lamb Of God, Anthrax, Danzig, and Gojira.


    Deafheaven's new album, Ordinary Corrupt Human Love, finds them working with old friends again. The Jack Shirley-produced and Nick Steinhardt-art directed (of
    TouchÉ AmorÉ) collection gets its title from Graham Greene's novel The End of the Affair, referencing a moment when someone is looking for love, in all of its imper¬-
    fection and simple beauty. This sentiment is carried throughout the hazy, yearning romanticism of the record with song titles and words as sumptuous as the sounds
    around them. Clarke describes the composition of Ordinary Corrupt Human Love beginning with "small seeds of healing, repair, and rebirth," and like each subsequent
    Deafheaven album, this record is, in fact, a revelation.


    Defeat has inspired some of our best art. If you survive something terrible, you surface on the other side, walk toward the light, and come back to life. If you're an
    artist, this kind of new self-knowledge can lead to creating something universal and remembered, something that can live longer than you do. While Deafheaven have
    managed to cross over this road in the past, they've nailed the feeling wholly with Ordinary Corrupt Human Love, a feeling that comes with experience and wisdom. Yes,
    everybody deals with hurt, everybody's been the cause of their own implosions, and everybody has the capacity to overcome and love again. Deafheaven have found a
    way to externalize all of this, and in making their most complete record to date, they turn it into a balm and a cathartic exorcism.

    LP 1
    1. You Without End
    2. Honeycomb
    3. Canary Yellow
    4. Near


    LP 2
    1. Glint
    2. Night People
    3. Worthless Animal

    Deafheaven
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