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  • Automatic For The People (25th Anniversary Edition) (Awaiting Repress) Automatic For The People (25th Anniversary Edition) (Awaiting Repress) Quick View

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    Automatic For The People (25th Anniversary Edition) (Awaiting Repress)

    25th Anniversary Edition


    Pressed On 180-Gram Vinyl


    Remastered From The Original Analog Tapes


    Widely considered to be one of the best albums of the '90s, 1992's Automatic for the People followed R.E.M.'s
    breakthrough album, Out of Time, and did not disappoint. Beloved by critics, the band's eighth studio album topped
    charts worldwide, and was certified 4x platinum in the US. Features iconic hit singles "Nightswimming," "Man on the
    Moon" and '90s anthem "Everybody Hurts."


    Commemorating the album's 25th Anniversary, this 180-gram vinyl edition features the full original album, remastered from the original analog tapes.

    1. Drive
    2. Try Not To Breathe
    3. The Sidewinder Sleeps Tonite
    4. Everybody Hurts

    5. New Orleans Instrumental No. 1
    6. Sweetness Follows

    7. Monty Got A Raw Deal

    8. Ignoreland

    9. Star Me Kitten

    10. Man On The Moon
    11. Nightswimming

    12. Find The River
    R.E.M.
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  • Murmur Murmur Quick View

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    Murmur

    Ranked 197/500 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.


    R.E.M. developed a strangely subdued variation of their trademark sound for their full-length debut album, Murmur by de-emphasizing the backbeat and accentuating the ambience of the guitars. Even though it's firmly rooted in the tradition of American folk-rock, post-punk, and garage rock, Murmur sounds eerily timeless, as if it appeared out of nowhere. Part of the distinctiveness lies in the atmospheric production, which exudes a detached sense of mystery, but it also comes from the remarkably accomplished songwriting. R.E.M. went on to produce a few albums that may have been on par with Murmur, but they never made anything that sounded quite like it. Reissued here on audiophile quality 180g vinyl with original packaging.



    Album of the Year (1983)

    - Rolling Stone

    - Village Voice

    - Melody Maker

    - Sounds

    - NME


    500 Greatest Albums of All Time (2003) - Rolling Stone


    Top 100 Favorite Records of the 1980s (#5 - 2002) - Pitchfork

    1. Radio Free Europe
    2. Pilgrimage
    3. Laughing
    4. Talk About The Passion
    5. Moral Kiosk
    6. Perfect Circle
    7. Catapult
    8. Sitting Still
    9. 9-9
    10. Shaking Through
    11. We Walk
    12. West Of The Fields
    R.E.M.
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    Out Of Time

    First Reissue Of The Album On Vinyl Since Its 1991 Release


    Newly remastered, 1991's Out of Time was the album that catapulted R.E.M. from an indie favorite to one of the biggest bands in the world. Topping charts in the US, UK and beyond, this three-time GRAMMY Award-winning album remains an iconic title in modern rock history, with hits like 'Losing My Religion' and 'Shiny Happy People.'


    1. Radio Song
    2. Losing My Religion
    3. Low
    4. Near Wild Heaven
    5. Endgame
    6. Shiny Happy People
    7. Belong
    8. Half a World Away
    9. Texarkana
    10. Country Feedback
    11. Me in Honey
    R.E.M.
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  • Chronic Town Chronic Town Quick View

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    Chronic Town

    Chronic Town established R.E.M.'s signature sound immediately, expanding the jangling riffs of their debut single, Radio Free Europe, into a full-fledged modus operandi. Recorded at Mitch Easter's Drive-In Studios, the EP has an endearingly ragged sound -- it's a garage band playing jangling pop songs, and while the music is melodic and memorable, it has an underground mentality that keeps it from sounding conventional. Their songwriting is distinctive, with Gardening at Night, Wolves, Lower, and Carnival of Sorts (Box Cars) ranking as early classics.
    1. Wolves, Lower
    2. Gardening At Night
    3. Carnival Of Sorts (Box Cars)
    4. 1,000,000
    5. Stumble
    R.E.M.
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  • Out Of Time (25th Anniversary Edition) Out Of Time (25th Anniversary Edition) Quick View

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    Out Of Time (25th Anniversary Edition)

    25th Anniversary Edition


    Remastered Vinyl Versions Of The Original Album And The Demos


    Includes Extensive Liner Notes By Annie Zaleski Featuring Interviews From All Four Band Members And Producers Scott Litt And John Keane


    A quarter of a century after 'Out Of Time' helped break alternative music into the American mainstream and turned R.E.M. into a worldwide phenomenon, the band have announced a special 25th Anniversary Edition, out via Concord Bicycle.


    'Out Of Time' will be released in a 3 LP Set which will include remastered vinyl versions of the original album alongside demo versions of every album track, as well as demos for two non-album b-sides and a previously unreleased song. The release also contains extensive liner notes by Annie Zaleski featuring interviews from all four band members and producers Scott Litt and John Keane.


    The demos, recorded at John Keane Studio in early 1990 and featured on all versions of the 'Out Of Time' reissue, provide key insight into the band's creative process: from early instrumental passes to versions of Losing My Religion and Texarkana with different lyrics, and even a version of Radio Song that features a rare moment with drummer Bill Berry on lead vocals for a verse. While recording them, it was clear to Keane that R.E.M. were at their peak in terms of creativity."


    By 1991, R.E.M. (Bill Berry, Peter Buck, Mike Mills, and Michael Stipe) had amassed a sizable following in the United States, but 'Out Of Time' brought the Athens, GA band unprecedented global recognition. It was the group's first album to top both US and UK charts, selling 12 million copies worldwide, and garnered 7 Grammy nominations, including wins for Best Alternative Music Album, Best Short Form Music Video (Losing My Religion"), and Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal (Losing My Religion").


    Instant classic songs like Losing My Religion," Shiny Happy People," Near Wild Heaven," and Radio Song" broke new ground, artistically and commercially. Reviewing 'Out Of Time,' Rolling Stone simply said, This may well be America's best rock & roll band." Earlier this year, Pitchfork called the album arguably their most important record," while Time Magazine named 'Out Of Time' one of it's All-Time 100 Albums, saying it contains ethereal beauty rarely heard on a rock record."

    LP 1
    1. Radio Song
    2. Losing My Religion
    3. Low
    4. Near Wild Heaven
    5. Endgame
    6. Shiny Happy People
    7. Belong
    8. Half a World Away
    9. Texarkana
    10. Country Feedback
    11. Me in Honey


    LP 2
    1. Losing My Religion 1 (demo)
    2. Near Wild Heaven 1 (demo)
    3. Shiny Happy People 1 (demo)
    4. Texarkana 1 (demo)
    5. Untitled Demo 2
    6. Radio - Acoustic (Radio Song 1 demo)
    7. Near Wild Heaven 2 (demo)
    8. Shiny Happy People 2 (demo)
    9. Slow Sad Rocker (Endgame demo)


    LP 3
    1. Radio Band (Radio Song 3 demo)
    2. Losing My Religion 2 (demo)
    3. Belong (demo)
    4. Blackbirds (Half a World Away demo)
    5. Texarkana (demo)
    6. Country Feedback (demo)
    7. Me on Keyboard (Me in Honey demo)
    8. Low (demo)
    9. 40 Sec. (40 Second Song demo)
    10. Fretless 1 (demo)

    R.E.M.
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  • Eponymous Eponymous Quick View

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    Eponymous

    This compilation includes the original single of 'Radio Free Europe,' different mixes of 'Gardening At Night,' 'Finest
    Worksong,' and the previously unreleased 'Romance.' This reissue is pressed on standard weight vinyl.
    1. Radio Free Europe
    2. Gardening At Night
    3. Talk About The Passion
    4. So. Central Rain
    5. (Don't Go Back To) Rockville
    6. Can't Get There From Here
    7. Driver 8
    8. Romance
    9. Fall On Me
    10. The One I Love
    11. Finest Worksong
    12. It's The End Of The World As We Know It (And I Feel Fine)
    R.E.M.
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  • MTV Unplugged, 2001 MTV Unplugged, 2001 Quick View

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    MTV Unplugged, 2001

    R.E.M. Unplugged, 2001 shares the band's set for MTV's MTV Unplugged acoustic performance. The release highlighted the band's 2001 album Reveal.


    R.E.M. mark the point when post-punk turned into alternative rock. When their first single, Radio Free Europe, was released in 1981, it sparked a back-to-the-garage movement in the American underground. While there were a number of hardcore and punk bands in the U.S. during the early '80s, R.E.M. brought guitar pop back into the underground lexicon. Combining ringing guitar hooks with mumbled, cryptic lyrics and a D.I.Y. aesthetic borrowed from post-punk, the band simultaneously sounded traditional and modern. Throughout the '80s, they worked relentlessly, releasing records every year and touring constantly, playing both theaters and backwoods dives. Along the way, they inspired countless bands, from the legions of jangle pop groups in the mid-'80s to scores of alternative pop groups in the '90s, who admired their slow climb to stardom.

    1. All the Way to Reno (You're Gonna Be a Star)
    2. Electrolite
    3. At My Most Beautiful
    4. Daysleeper
    5. So. Central Rain (I'm Sorry)
    6. Losing My Religion
    7. Country Feedback
    8. Cuyahoga
    9. Imitation of Life
    10. Find the River
    11. The One I Love
    12. Disappear
    13. Beat a Drum
    14. I've Been High
    15. I'll Take the Rain
    16. Sad Professor
    R.E.M.
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    The King Is Dead

    The King Is Dead is a mostly-acoustic set of 10 concise, Americana-based songs, that marks a deliberate turn towards simplicity after the Decemberists wildly ambitious and acclaimed 2009 song-cycle The Hazards Of Love. Produced once again by Tucker Martine, The King Is Dead features special guest appearances by Americana luminary Gillian Welch and legendary R.E.M. guitarist Peter Buck.



    The King Is Dead showcases the ways in which The Decemberists; Colin Meloy, Chris Funk, Jenny Conlee, Nate Query, and John Moen, sound just as glorious in simple, stripped-down compositions as they do on the elaborate structures that have defined their work for years. The album was recorded in a converted barn at Pendarvis Farm, an 80 acre estate of lush meadows, forest, and Mt. Hood views outside of Portland, and it was the concept of the barn, as recording space and as attitude, that informed the making of the album.

    1. Don't Carry It All
    2. Calamity Song
    3. Rise to Me
    4. Rox in the Box
    5. January Hymn
    6. Down by the Water
    7. All Arise!
    8. June Hymn
    9. This is Why We Fight
    10. Dear Avery
    The Decemberists
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  • Quarantine The Past: The Best Of Pavement Quarantine The Past: The Best Of Pavement Quick View

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    Quarantine The Past: The Best Of Pavement

    2 Vinyl LPs + MP3 Coupon


    To coincide with Pavement's 2010 reunion tour and the release of Quarantine The Past: The Best Of Pavement, Matador Records is launching a new vinyl series featuring all 5 of the band's studio albums plus this, the Watery, Domestic EP.


    2010 is the year of the long-awaited Pavement reunion tour, already including 4 sold-out shows in Central Park, headlining major festivals all over the world, and in general underlining the frenzy that awaits the first performances of one of the most important band of the 1990s in a decade. A whole generation of kids who never saw the band now have their chance.


    This remastered mid-priced, 23-track Greatest Hits collection, chosen by the band, ranges from their Top 10 Modern Rock hit Cut Your Hair to nearly all their singles, some underrated album tracks, 3 choice pre-Matador cuts and one obscure compilation track singing the praises of REM.

    1. Gold Soundz (CROOKED RAIN, CROOKED RAIN)
    2. Frontwards (WATERY, DOMESTIC EP)
    3. Mellow Jazz Docent (PERFECT SOUND FOREVER EP)
    4. Stereo (BRIGHTEN THE CORNERS)
    5. In The Mouth A Desert (SLANTED & ENCHANTED)
    6. Two States (SLANTED & ENCHANTED)
    7. Cut Your Hair (CROOKED RAIN, CROOKED RAIN)
    8. Shady Lane / J Vs. S (BRIGHTEN THE CORNERS)
    9. Here (SLANTED & ENCHANTED)
    10. Unfair (CROOKED RAIN, CROOKED RAIN)
    11. Grounded (WOWEE ZOWEE)
    12. Summer Babe (Winter Version) (SLANTED & ENCHANTED)
    13. Range Life (CROOKED RAIN, CROOKED RAIN)
    14. Date w/ IKEA (BRIGHTEN THE CORNERS)
    15. Debris Slide (PERFECT SOUND FOREVER EP)
    16. Shoot The Singer (1 Sick Verse) (WATERY, DOMESTIC EP)
    17. Spit On A Stranger (TERROR TWILIGHT)
    18. Heaven Is a Truck (CROOKED RAIN, CROOKED RAIN)
    19. Trigger Cut/Wounded-Kite At :17 (SLANTED & ENCHANTED)
    20. Embassy Row (BRIGHTEN THE CORNERS)
    21. Box Elder (SLAY TRACKS 1933-1969 EP)
    22. Unseen Power Of The Picket Fence (NO ALTERNATIVE COMP)
    23. Fight This Generation (WOWEE ZOWEE)
    Pavement
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  • 7IN-83-88 7IN-83-88 Quick View

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    7IN-83-88

    7IN - 83-88 is a new boxed collection of 12 seven-inch singles to be released worldwide by Capitol/I.R.S. The singles feature replicated original picture sleeve art and labels, including two U.K. releases making their U.S. vinyl seven-inch debuts: "Finest Worksong" / "Time After Time" (live) and the double-pack single for "Wendell Gee" with "Crazy," "Ages of You," and "Burning Down."



    Radio Free Europe / There She Goes Again
    So. Central Rain (I'm Sorry) / King of the Road
    (Don't Go Back To) Rockville / Catapult (Live)
    Can't Get There From Here / Bandwagon
    Driver 8 / Crazy
    Wendell G / Crazy + Ages of You / Burning Down [UK single]
    Fall On Me / Rotary Ten
    Superman / White Tornado
    The One I Love / Maps and Legends (Live)
    It's The End Of The World As We Know It (And I Feel Fine) / Last Date
    Finest Worksong / Time After Time (Live) [UK single]
    R.E.M
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  • Lifes Rich Pageant (Awaiting Repress) Lifes Rich Pageant (Awaiting Repress) Quick View

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    Lifes Rich Pageant (Awaiting Repress)

    Lifes Rich Pageant is the fourth studio album by R.E.M. This record widened their musical reach beyond college
    rock boundaries and resulted in scoring them their first gold certified record.


    Including excellent songs like 'I Believe,' 'Flowers of Guatemala,' 'These Days,' and 'What If We Give It Away,' it's ironic that the most memorable
    moment comes from the garage rock obscurity 'Superman,' which is sung by Mike Mills. This reissue is pressed on
    standard weight vinyl.

    1. Begin The Begin
    2. These Days
    3. Fall On Me
    4. Cuyahoga
    5. Hyena
    6. Underneath The Bunker
    7. The Flowers Of Guatemala
    8. I Believe
    9. What If We Give It Away?
    10. Just A Touch
    11. Swan Swan H
    12. Superman
    R.E.M.
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  • Dead Letter Office Dead Letter Office Quick View

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    Dead Letter Office

    Dead Letter Office is a collection of rarities and b-sides by R.E.M. featuring additional recordings, outtakes and flip
    side international single releases. Quite a few tracks are favorite cover versions indicating the band's direct
    influences and musical tastes including three Velvet Underground covers and songs by Aerosmith, Pylon and Roger
    Miller. This reissue is pressed on standard weight vinyl.
    1. Crazy
    2. There She Goes Again
    3. Burning Down
    4. Voice Of Harold
    5. Burning Hell
    6. White Tornado
    7. Toys In The Attic
    8. Wind Out
    9. Ages Of You
    10. Pale Blue Eyes
    11. Rotary Ten
    12. Bandwagon
    13. Femme Fatale
    14. Walter's Theme
    15. King Of The Road
    R.E.M.
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  • Green Green Quick View

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    Green

    1988's Green, R.E.M.'s sixth studio album, was a milestone of sorts for the band: Green marked the group's
    departure from longtime label I.R.S. Records; it was R.E.M's first LP to be certified double platinum, and it was the
    album that broadened and solidified the band's success across the Atlantic.


    An eclectic album, Green featured
    singles "Stand" and "Orange Crush" and was certified double platinum in the US, platinum in the UK, and peaked at
    #12 on the Billboard 200.

    1. Pop Song 89
    2. Get Up
    3. You Are The Everything
    4. Stand
    5. World Leader Pretend
    6. The Wrong Child
    7. Orange Crush
    8. Turn You Inside-Out
    9. Hairshirt
    10. I Remember California
    11. Untitled
    R.E.M.
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    Radio City

    Ranked 403/500 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.


    Although the original members of the Memphis quartet Big Star recorded only the album, #1 Record together and were dissolving rapidly by the time the second, Radio City, was completed, those records have influenced countless 80s and 90s rockers on both sides of the Atlantic, from the Replacements and R.E.M. to Englands Primal Scream and Scotlands Teenage Fanclub. That Big Stars impact should extend so far afield is less surprising in light of the bands own inspirations. Taking the gritty soul of Memphis rhythm and blues and fusing it with the artful melodies and vocal harmonies of British power pop, and injecting it all with a flailing, pre-punk, garage-band energy, Big Star created a unique sound with a universal appeal.


    Much of the tension that fueled Big Star's wonderful harmonies apparently came from the undercurrents of competition instilled by the medias perception of Alex Chilton as the leader of the band, one which Chris Bell once steered. Near Christmas of 1972, Bell left the band. Chilton, Hummel and Stephens continued as a trio, but Big Star was clearly on the rocks. They pulled themselves together enough, however, to record 1973's Radio City, which has been called one of rocks most seminal albums, and while Bell was not a formal participant, his lingering spirit is evident in several of the albums 12 tracks.

    1. O My Soul
    2. Life Is White
    3. Way Out West
    4. What's Going Ahn
    5. You Get What You Deserve
    6. Mod Lang
    7. Back of a Car
    8. Daisy Glaze
    9. She's a Mover
    10. September Gurls
    11. Morpha Too
    12. I'm in Love With a Girl
    Big Star
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  • MTV Unplugged, 1991 MTV Unplugged, 1991 Quick View

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    MTV Unplugged, 1991

    R.E.M. Unplugged, 1991 shares the band's set for MTV's MTV Unplugged acoustic performance. The release draws largely from 1991's Out of Time and five albums in total, as well as a cover of the Troggs' Love Is All Around.


    R.E.M. mark the point when post-punk turned into alternative rock. When their first single, Radio Free Europe, was released in 1981, it sparked a back-to-the-garage movement in the American underground. While there were a number of hardcore and punk bands in the U.S. during the early '80s, R.E.M. brought guitar pop back into the underground lexicon. Combining ringing guitar hooks with mumbled, cryptic lyrics and a D.I.Y. aesthetic borrowed from post-punk, the band simultaneously sounded traditional and modern. Throughout the '80s, they worked relentlessly, releasing records every year and touring constantly, playing both theaters and backwoods dives. Along the way, they inspired countless bands, from the legions of jangle pop groups in the mid-'80s to scores of alternative pop groups in the '90s, who admired their slow climb to stardom.

    1. Half a World Away
    2. Disturbance at the Heron House
    3. Radio Song
    4. Low
    5. Perfect Circle
    6. Fall on Me
    7. Belong
    8. Love Is All Around
    9. It's the End of the World as We Know It (And I Feel Fine)
    10. Losing My Religion
    11. Pop Song 89
    12. Endgame
    13. Fretless
    14. Swan Swan H
    15. Rotary 11
    16. Get Up
    17. World Leader Pretend
    R.E.M.
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    Reckoning

    Whereas Murmur had been complex and painstakingly deliberate, the bands Bill Berry, Peter Buck, Mike Mills and Michael Stipe, along with producers Mitch Easter and Don Dixon, saw Reckoning as a chance to turn up the volume, tear up the rule book, and capture instead R.E.M.s on-stage mojo. Features the chart hit So. Central Rain and the college radio anthems Pretty Persuasion, (Don't Go Back To) Rockville and Time After Time (Annelise). Reissued here on audiophile quality 180g vinyl with original packaging.


    1. Harborcoat
    2. 7 Chinese Bros.
    3. So. Central Rain
    4. Pretty Persuasion
    5. Time After Time (Annelise)
    6. Second Guessing
    7. Letter Never Sent
    8. Camera
    9. (Dont Go Back To) Rockville
    10. Little America
    R.E.M.
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    Mystery Road (Expanded Edition)


    Expanded Edition


    Containing never before heard material, this package features the original album, remastered and a bonus LP of the
    album's original demo sessions produced by R.E.M.'s Peter Buck, including the album's title track, "Mystery Road"
    and an early take of "MacDougal Blues". Includes liner note recollections by former manager Jim Barber and Peter
    Buck. The album is visually reimagined using Kevn Kinney's grandmother's unaltered original painting.

    LP 1
    1. Ain't It Strange
    2. Toy Never Played With

    3. Honeysuckle Blue

    4. With The People,
    5. Wild Dog Moon
    6. House For Sale

    7. Peacemaker

    8. You Don't Know Me

    9. Malfunction Junction

    10. Straight To Hell

    11. Syllables


    LP 2
    1. Honeysuckle Blue [Demo]
    2. Toy Never Played With [Demo]

    3. You Don't Know Me [Demo]

    4. Malfunction Junction [Demo]

    5. 1988 [Demo]

    6. Mystery Road [Demo]

    7. MacDougal Blues [Demo]

    8. Not Afraid To Die [Demo]
    9. Mountaintop [Demo]

    Drivin' N' Cryin'
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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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    The Good Earth

    It took the Feelies six years to create their follow-up album to Crazy Rhythms. The Good Earth was co-produced by Feelies co-captains Glenn Mercer and Bill Million along with REM's Peter Buck, a Feelies admirer since his days as a record store clerk. The album was an early release on Coyote Records the label started by Steve Fallon of Maxwell's in Hoboken and featured the line-up that continues to this day.


    Available for the first time in over a decade, deluxe packaging features liner notes by Jim Derogatis and Jim Sullivan and bonus material including demos, b-sides, EP tracks and new live recordings via download card inserts.

    1. On The Roof
    2. The High Road
    3. The Last Roundup
    4. Slipping (Into Something)
    5. When Company Comes
    6. Let's Go
    7. Two Rooms
    8. The Good Earth
    9. Tomorrow Today
    10. Slow Down
    The Feelies
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    Begin the Begone

    As big as REM circa Begin The Begin. - The Big Takeover


    This is clearly a band to watch and, even more so, listen to with enrapt attention. - Popmatters


    Begin the Begone" finds the band taking new risks, saying to hell with the consequences and making the most immediate and adventurous music of its career.

    1. Head Cleaner
    2. Fleeing The Scene
    3. New Moon
    4. Embers
    5. Tidepool
    6. Post & Beam
    7. 9
    8. Satellite Song
    9. Wintergreen
    Orange Peels, The
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    March 16-20, 1992

    March 16-20, 1992 is the third release from the alt-country pioneers Uncle Tupelo, named in reference to the five-day span in which the album was recorded. Produced by R.E.M.'s Peter Buck at John Keene Studios in Athens, GA, the almost entirely acoustic 15-song set is split equally between material written by Jay Farrar and Jeff Tweedy and traditional Appalachian folk songs.


    Although the album's originals offer up early warnings of the growing differences between the two gifted songwriters with Farrar's earnest fare and Tweedy's more nihilistic leanings, the pristine sounding March 16-20, 1992 single-handedly re-energized rock's return to traditional country origins and forever solidified Uncle Tupelo as the boldest and brightest purveyors of the alt-country movement.

    1. Grindstone
    2. Coalminers
    3. Wait Up
    4. Criminals
    5. Shaky Ground
    6. Satan, Your Kingdom Must Come Down
    7. Black Eye
    8. Moonshiner
    9. I Wish My Baby Was Born
    10. Atomic Power
    11. Lilli Schull
    12. Warfare
    13. Fatal Wound
    14. Sandusky
    15. Wipe the Clock
    Uncle Tupelo
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    Homebrew

    Import

    First Pressing Of 1000 Numbered Copies On Transparent Green Vinyl


    4-Page Booklet Included


    Homebrew is the second studio album by Neneh Cherry. The album features several different genres, including between Jazz, Funk and Trip Hop. Hip Hop legends Gang Starr co-wrote and produced Soul Sassy and I Ain't Gone Under Yet. Geoff Barrow wrote and produced Somedays.


    Trout features a guitar riff sampled from Steppenwolf's version of The Pusher, and the drum track by John Bonham from When The Levee Breaks.Buddy X was allegedly inspired by Lenny Kravitz. It was remixed by Notorious B.I.G and the Dream Team. The track Move With Me later appeared on the soundtrack of the 1993 film Sliver.


    Everything on this record is a gem. Cherry triumphs with a seamless and unorthodox blend of Hip Hop, R&B, Dance music, and Pop, and on Money Love and Trout, the presence of R.E.M.'s Michael Stipe brings Rock to the eclectic mix.

    1. Sassy (Featuring Guru From Gangstarr)
    2. Money Love (Featuring J$ From 'Trout' On Guitar)
    3. Move With Me
    4. I Ain't Gone Under Yet
    5. Twisted
    6. Buddy X
    7. Somedays
    8. Trout ( Featuring Michael Stipe)
    9. Peace In Mind
    10. Red Paint
    Neneh Cherry
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    Fuzzy

    Import

    "The best album of the year hands down" (R.E.M.'s Michael Stipe, 1993)


    Grant Lee Buffalo is an Americana/indie Rock band based in Los Angeles, consisting of Grant Lee Phillips (vocals and guitar), Paul Kimble (bass) and Joey Peters (drums). All three were previously members of another Los Angeles band, Shiva Burlesque. They toured with major bands, including R.E.M., Pearl Jam, the Smashing Pumpkins and The Cranberries.


    Their 1993 debut Fuzzy was a condent and solidly crafted piece of work, with Phillips' marvelous voice, ne and evocative songs. Fuzzy is deep and mysterious stuff, but also very beautiful and crafted with imagination and care. It's no wonder Grant Lee Buffalo became critic's darlings shortly after this was released. Original vinyl copies are in short supply, making this rst reissue ever a very welcome one!

    1. The Shining Hour
    2. Jupiter And Teardrop
    3. Fuzzy
    4. Wish You Well
    5. The Hook
    6. Soft Wolf Tread
    7. Stars N' Stripes
    8. Dixie Drug Store
    9. America Snoring
    10. Grace
    11. You Just Have To Be Crazy
    Grant Lee Buffalo
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    Indigo Girls

    Import

    After a limited self-financed release, this self-titled album can be seen as the proper debut by Indigo Girls. The album immediately boosted them up the charts, earning them a Grammy back in 1989, eventually reaching platinum in 1991. Featuring the complementing songwriting of Emily Saliers and Amy Ray and guest vocals by R.E.M.'s Michael Stipe, the album is a showcase for jangling folk-rock, beautiful balladry and poetic lyrics.


    In the wake of the new acoustic song-based styles of Suzanne Vega, Tracy Chapman and 10,000 Maniacs, Indigo Girls would manage to garner respectable mainstream success and maintain their rabid core following throughout the three decades after this release.

    1. Closer To Fine
    2. Secure Yourself
    3. Kid Fears
    4. Prince Of Darkness
    5. Blood And Fire
    6. Tried To Be True
    7. Love's Recovery
    8. Land Of Canaan
    9. Center Stage
    10. History Of Us
    The Indigo Girls
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