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The Steven Wilson Remixes (Box Set) (Awaiting Stock)
In celebration of Yes' 50th anniversary, the band is set to release Yes: The Steven Wilson Remixes through Atlantic Records.
This box set presents Steven Wilson's 2013 remixes of five classic Yes albums, originally released by Panegyric (prog label) on CD and Blu-Ray as stereo and 5.1 mixes, on vinyl for the first time:
- The Yes Album (1971)
- Fragile (1971)
- Close To The Edge (1972)
- Tales From Topographic Oceans (1973)
- Relayer (1974)
The outer box features new artwork created specifically for the set by long-time collaborator, Roger Dean.LP 1: The Yes Album
1. Yours Is No Disgrace (Steven Wilson Remix)
2. The Clap (Steven Wilson Remix)
3. Starship Trooper (Steven Wilson Remix)
a) Life Seeker (Steven Wilson Remix)
b) Disillusion (Steven Wilson Remix)
c) Wurm (Steven Wilson Remix)
4. I've Seen All Good People (Steven Wilson Remix)
a) Your Move (Steven Wilson Remix)
b) All Good People (Steven Wilson Remix)
5. A Venture (Steven Wilson Remix)
6. Perpetual Change (Steven Wilson Remix)
LP 2: Fragile
1. Roundabout (Steven Wilson Remix)
2. Cans And Brahms (Steven Wilson Remix)
3. We Have Heaven (Steven Wilson Remix)
4. South Side Of The Sky (Steven Wilson Remix)
5. Five Per Cent For Nothing (Steven Wilson Remix)
6. Long Distance Runaround (Steven Wilson Remix)
7. The Fish (Schindleria Praematurus) (Steven Wilson Remix)
8. Mood For A Day (Steven Wilson Remix)
9. Heart Of The Sunrise (Steven Wilson Remix)
LP 3: Close To The Edge
1. Close To The Edge (Steven Wilson Remix)
2. And You And I (Steven Wilson Remix)
3. Siberian Khatru (Steven Wilson Remix)
LP 4: Tales From Topographic Oceans
1. The Revealing Science Of God (Steven Wilson Remix)
2. The Remembering (Steven Wilson Remix)
1. The Ancient (Steven Wilson Remix)
2. Ritual (Steven Wilson Remix)
LP 5: Relayer
1. Gates of Delirium (Steven Wilson Remix)
2. Sound Chaser (Steven Wilson Remix)
3. To Be Over (Steven Wilson Remix)$119.99Vinyl LP Box Set - 6 LPs Sealed AWAITING STOCK Buy Now
- The Yes Album (1971)
Every Step's A YesATO Records presents the deluxe version of The Bees' (formerly known as A Band of Bees) critically-acclaimed 2010 album Every Step's A Yes featuring unreleased bonus material and remixes. The album has only been released in Europe until now. LP housed in gatefold jacket with bonus 10 vinyl.1. I Really Need Love
2. Winter Rose
3. Silver Line
4. No More Excuses
5. Tired Of Loving
6. Change Can Happen
7. Island Lover Letter
8. Skill Of The Man
9. The Pressure Makes Me Lazy
10. Gaia$19.99Vinyl LP + Bonus 10 Vinyl - Sealed Buy Now
REDD-CHI-0161xIf By Yes
Salt On Sea GlassPetra Haden and Yuka Honda first crossed paths in the '90s when they were members of That Dog and Cibo Matto respectively. Since then they've each had one foot in pop music and one foot in the avant garde.
Petra Haden has released groundbreaking vocal projects Imaginaryland and Petra Haden Sings The Who Sell Out, performed and recorded with Beck, Foo Fighters and The Decemberists.
Yuka Honda has released 3 experimental electronic albums on John Zorn's Tzadik label, while also producing Japanese pop artists, including Miu Sakamoto and Maki Nomiya.
If By Yes' debut album Salt on Sea Glass is guaranteed to seduce you with utterly exquisite and playful sensibilities, futuristic rhythms, other-wordly sounds. Special guests include David Byrne (vocals/lyrics) on Eliza, guitarist Nels Cline and remixes by Keigo Cornelius Oyamada.1. You Feel Right
3. Three As Four
5. Still Breathing
6. In My Dreams
7. Shadow Blind
8. You're Something Else
9. Out Of View
10. Lightning In Your Eyes
11. Adrift$16.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
REDD-KIR-0569xThe Polyphonic Spree
PsychphonicRock choir Polyphonic Spree return with Psychphonic, an LP that pays homage to frontman Tim DeLaughter's cinematic experience by taking the innovation of the band's most critically acclaimed album to date, Yes, It's True, and remixing it towards a more atmospheric sound.
"I always enjoy a date with my Linn drum machine. Once I set the mood and tone I go from there in terms of songwriting," said DeLaughter in a press release.
Twenty-two members strong, Polyphonic Spree orchestrates an album that's ambient without being dull, rhythmic without being repetitive. It's fitting, since DeLaughter's first instrument was drums: he says his first set was an assembly of empty Baskin-Robbins containers. In more recent work, he's focused on drums as an underpinning for more integrated orchestral sounds. Violins, baritone sax, and piano accelerate the melodies on Psychphonic rather than accenting their own self-conscious solos.
- Julia Cook (Paste Magazine)1. Heart Talk (Miyamigo Remix)
2. Raise Your Head (Rachel Boyd Remix)
3. Carefully Try (Little People Remix)
4. Let Them Be (Still Current Remix)
5. Battlefield (K-Conjog Remix)
6. You're Golden (Candy Claws Remix)
7. Popular By Design (Sunglitters Remix)
8. What Would You Do? (Scott Hendy Remix)
9. Hold Yourself Up (Miaou Remix)
10. Blurry Up The Lines (Jel Remix)
11. You Don't Know Me (Set In Sand Remix)$16.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
CellsFour years and four EPs on, Keating is still something of an enigma. He doesn't prey on fame, he does very few interviews and he isn't part of a DJ crew: he has always preferred to let his music speak for itself. He's been in no hurry to release a record either - until now, that is. Keating has found a home on Different Recordings, which counts club crusaders like Tiga, Felix Da Housecat and Vitalic among its roster, and is finally ready to present his mission statement: Cells.
An album is such a personal manifesto, he says, of why he has waited until now to release Cells, and, in some ways, I didn't feel as if I'd earned that. I hadn't got their full attention yet. He should, however, give himself more credit. Since Mars, Keating has released another chart-nudging single, I Think I Like It, remixed with everyone from Hot Chip and Gossip to Calvin Harris and Sway, produced three memorable mixes for Radio 1 and appeared on huge party bills with the biggest names in dance music. He has also started a label, Blood Music, and has hosted its showcases at Social Club in Paris and London's Fabric. And he has just dropped a new EP, Yes/No, to ready fans for his debut long-player. The world, as it happens, is bloodthirstily waiting: Cells is one of the most anticipated dance albums of 2012.
It's a daring one at that. Cells is an 11-track distillation of Keating's surreal vision, an electronic masterpiece skewered by his love of the macabre, the uncanny and the sinister. He has trapped his signature breed of savage, Godzilla-strength basslines and laser-blazing four-to-the-floor inside his very own suspense thriller.1. Yes / No
3. Phantom Power
4. End of Days
5. All In The Blink
6. Let It Go
7. Another World
9. Soft Machine
11. Contact$24.99Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
Sieg Howdy!Fucking AWESOME. Jello and the Melvins #2. Buy It.
What, you need more reasons? Jello Biafra and the Melvins are musical pranksters united for a common cause - to detonate your brain with some of the most twisted rock anthems ever crafted!
Starting off album #2 with a heavier-than-life version of the Alice Cooper cult classic, Halo of Flies, an intricate tune that alternately slithers and crushes, the band then proceed to treat us to a completely different extended take of their tune The Lighter Side of Global Terrorism (Jello's Hawkwind influence showed through when he asked the Melvins to create a take on the song similar to their cover of Youth of America by The Wipers). With the first two harrowing tracks clocking in at over fifteen minutes -this is not what you'd expect from a Jello record - steering into a more Melvinoid direction, but remaining distinctly separate from anything easily definable - far from a mishmash or outtakes collection, even the Jelvins were surprised at how well Sieg Howdy! flowed as an album.
Through the course of the album the band (yes, they sound like a proper band, not a project!) erupts with colors of its respective players in turns. Biafra's spleen-venting rants Voted off the Island and Those Dumb Punk Kids (Will Buy Anything) are amongst his most acerbic (not to mention insightful!), and the Melvins' cathartic drum and guitar workouts pummel brilliantly through Lessons in What Not to Become and the septic all bass-chug of Kevin Rutmanis (making his final appearance on vinyl with the Melvins on this album) and Buzzo that anchors Wholly Buy Bull.
Of course, the cherry on top is Jello and the lads ripping through a new, updated version of Kalifornia Über Alles - as sung by the GropenfÜhrer himself, Arnold Schwarzenegger! With Jello's unmistakable wit and even more distinctive punk-rock croon fully intact, it's a breath of fresh air to hear a live Jello classic sound the way it was intended to for a change!
The album's remaining remixed tracks serve to deepen the impression that what has been created throughout the course of this collaboration is the work of a band - A band whose songs have enough depth to remain interesting in new and sonic environs. Dalek's chilling reworking of Dawn of the Locusts brings the song into a completely different light, and Al Jourgensen's (Ministry) take on Enchanted Thoughtfist is so cold and almost new-wave-y that it works brilliantly. The tone of the track reaches waaay back into the Ministry back catalog, surprising even Al himself! Then the fresh new tag-team Deaf Nephews (Dale Crover and Toshi, the album's engineer) reshape Caped Crusader into a disturbing cartoon version of itself to round out the record. The fact that these songs are open to this kind of interpretation, and that these interpretations work so well is a testament to the quality with which they were crafted in the first place.
Once again, the band is joined by Adam Jones from Tool on guitar for over half the tracks, and this time around, the stunning artwork is provided by none other than Camille Rose Garcia! 27 minutes of new and never before heard Jello Biafra and the Melvins and 17 minutes of remixed weirdness from the group's friends has created a record that surpasses its predecessor in sheer sonic audacity and is an extremely satisfying listen in its own right. Whether you missed the boat the first time around, or you couldn't get enough of Never Breathe What You Can't See, it's time to stand up, put your right hand over your heart, extend that middle finger, and say it loud - say it proud - SEIG HOWDY!1. Halo Of Flies
2. The Lighter Side Of Global Terrorism (Extended Space-Melt Version)
3. Lessons In What Not To Become
4. Those Dumb Punk Kids (Will Buy Anything)
5. Wholly Bun Bull
6. Voted Off The Island
7. Kali-Fornia Uber Alles 21st Century (live)
8. Dawn Of The Locusts (March Of The Locusts Deadverse Remix By Dalek)
9. Enchanted Thoughtfist (Enchanted Al Remix)
10. Caped Crusader (Subway Gas/Hello Kitty Mix)$16.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now