The 11th full-length solo release for the British indie rock singer-songwriter was produced by Joe Chiccarelli.
Wolf Parade - Dan Boeckner, Spencer Krug, and Arlen Thompson - will release Thin Mind, the group’s fifth album for Sub Pop, on January 24th, 2020. The 10-track record was recorded by John Goodmanson at Risque Disque on Vancouver Island, BC, mixed by Goodmanson at Bogroll Studios in Seattle, WA, and mastered by Noah Mintz at Lacquer Channel Mastering in Toronto, ON. Thin Mind has sci-fi, post-apocalyptic and dystopian narratives interwoven throughout. These themes emerged while working at Risque Disque, which Boeckner jokingly describes as a Dutchman’s failed utopia, a problematic structure with a post-apocalyptic vibe: the studio is housed in a stone barn hand-built by the Dutchman in the middle of the woods, using local materials and based on his memory of a building he loved growing up in the Netherlands. Thin Mind finds the core members of Wolf Parade working as a trio, as they did on past albums Apologies to the Queen Mary and At Mount Zoomer, with songwriting duties evenly split between singers Dan Boeckner and Spencer Krug. The album includes the singles “Forest Green,” “Julia, Take Your Man Home,” and “Against the Day,” the latter of which features a rare, co-vocal performance from Boeckner and Krug.
Enhanced with PlayARt - Augmented Reality
Not a greatest hits - but an epic starting point - tracks taken from multiple albums throughout the bands history. On yellow vinyl.
Side A: 1. “I'm Ready” 2. “Waterpark” 3. “Ray O Vac” 4. “The Spectre” 5. “Platinum Tips” 6. “Stevie (For Steven S.)” 7 “Sunshine and Grease”
Side B 8. “Stop” 9. “Liar” 10. “The Flag” 11. “Junkie Nurse” 12. “Call out the Lions” 13. “White Stuff” 14. “Shockwave Rider”
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Larry Mullins (aka Toby Dammit) and Mike Watt team up for a tribute to the late Scott Asheton, founding member and original drummer of The Stooges. Mullins and Watt previously played together in the most recent iteration of The Stooges. The 7” vinyl release features their take on The Stooges’ “1969”, divided into two parts. The single is exclusively available for RSD Black Friday. Half of the pressing comes on a blue and yellow split color vinyl, with the other half on standard black vinyl. The two editions will be randomly mixed, so you're in for a surprise.
A: “1969 (Part 1)” B: “1969 (Part 2)”
`WHO' will be released on December 6th on Interscope Records. It is the first studio album in over 13 years, produced by Pete Townsend and Dave Sardy (Oasis, LCD Soundsystem, Gorillaz), featuring artwork by Sir Peter Blake (The Beatles' Sargent Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band). One of the top three greatest rock legacies in music history, The Who have sold over 100 million records worldwide including 9 US & 10 UK top ten albums and 14 UK top ten singles.
Previously unissued tracks by Alex Chilton, engineered by Chris Bell, and featuring new liner notes from Rich Tupica and Elizabeth Hoehn (aka Lesa Aldridge). The first release of these tracks is for RSD Black Friday.
“Windows Hotel” / “My Rival” / “She Might Look My Way” / “She Might Look My Way” (w/ Chris Bell)
Recorded on a European tour to promote their sophomore album, 2004’s Aha Shake Heartbreak, Day Old Belgian Blues captures Kings of Leon’s raw, urgent rock sound as it swept over fans and critics alike. This live EP, featuring versions of “The Bucket,” “Four Kicks,” “Molly’s Chambers” and more, makes its vinyl debut for RSD Black Friday.
Side A: 1. “Taper Jean Girl” 2. “The Bucket” 3. “Soft”
Side B: 1. “Molly's Chambers” 2. “Four Kicks” 3. “Trani”
A uniquely somber and contemplative entry in the Iggy Pop canon. Free has virtually nothing in common sonically with its predecessor (Post Pop Depression)—or with any other Iggy Pop album. As Iggy says, “Free to recoil from guitar riffs in favor of guitarscapes, from twangs in favor of horns, from back beat in favor of space; and in large part, from the effluent of my own mind and problems, in favor of trying to interpret the poetry of others…so this album just kind of happened to me, and I let it happen.”
Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds will release ‘This Is The Place’ on 9/27. The five track EP features three brand new songs as well as two remixes. Although completely disparate sonically, the three new tracks each feature soaring female backing vocals and nod to different iterations of psych. This is the second EP of new music from Noel in 2019 following the release of ‘Black Star Dancing’ in June of this year. Noel will join Smashing Pumpkins on tour across the US later this month.
In celebration of the 50th Anniversary of their iconic, landmark album, DAYS OF FUTURE PASSED, The Moody Blues performed the album in its entirety in Toronto at the Sony Centre for the Performing Arts in July 2017. The performance was backed by a 67-piece symphony orchestra. These three live cuts are pulled from the set for an exclusive RSD release.
1. SAY IT WITH LOVE 2. THE STORY IN YOUR EYES 3. STEPPIN’ IN A SLIDE ZONE
Vinyl: $25.98 Buy
Originally mixed and released on CD in 1997 from the original tapes, this classic show is making its debut on vinyl. This 2LP in gatefold sleeve was recorded live at the Chicago Auditorium March 21st, 1974, before Lemmy’s exit from the band. Limited to 5500 copies worldwide.
On August 24th Interpol will release their sixth studio album Marauder on Matador Records worldwide, available on CD and vinyl. For the first time since 2007’s Our Love to Admire, Interpol have opened themselves up to the input of a producer. For two-week spells between December of 2017 to April of 2018, they travelled to upstate New York to work with Dave Fridmann – famed for recording with Mercury Rev, Flaming Lips, MGMT, Spoon, Mogwai, and countless others. In the run up to writing and recording, Sam found himself immersed in soul drummers such as Al Jackson Jr (Otis Redding’s drummer) and 80’s funk producers Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis. “How can I make shit swing?” was the question Sam repeatedly asked himself, and the answer is in the striding gallop of opener “If You Really Love Nothing,” the embellished skip ‘n’ bounce of “Stay in Touch” and the R&B swagger of closer “It Probably Matters.” Interpol have always been world-beaters at creating a feeling, but Marauder is where the feel is just as crucial. Paul may have stepped out of the shadows as a bassist, but he’s stepping into an even brighter light as a songwriter. During Interpol’s previous albums, the singer largely kept himself out of his own work, preferring to fill his lyrics with detached thoughts, characters, and observations, often phrased in abstract. But more than 20 years on since forming at NYU, the frontman is finally allowing himself to play a role in his own stories. “This record is where I feel touching on real things that have happened to me are exciting and evocative to write about,” he explains. “I think in the past, I always felt autobiography was too small a thing for me to reference. I feel like now, I’m able to romanticize parts of my own life.” “A swift and searing song centered around a blown-out drum stomp and a prickly lead guitar riff. Singer Paul Banks’ vocals drift above the mix with a slight sneer soaked in echo.” - Rolling Stone “[The Rover] is Interpol as shit, which means ricocheting guitars and an unstoppable rhythm section.” - Noisey “Interpol are back with ignited energy.” - Stereogum “A driving and relentless bit of post-punk revivalism” - Cons. of Sound
Legendary Syrian singer Omar Souleyman calls on two iconic artists — duo Simian Mobile Disco and Barcelona’s DJ Seinfeld — to deliver remixes of tracks from his most recent album ‘To Syria, With Love.’ DJ Seinfeld imparts lo fi house flavors on "Khayen" and Simian Mobile Disco add a hypnotic tribal feel to "Mawal," making this Record Store Day exclusive vinyl a must have for true house fans. Along with the remixes, the vinyl also includes Souleyman’s latest single, ”Tensana,” an eight minute long celebration of dance and Middle Eastern soundscapes. Omar Souleyman started his career as a wedding singer in Syria, recording over 500 cassettes that are now staples in the country’s folk-pop scene. Parlaying his dabke into the breakneck techno realm of electronic music, the artist is now known for his high octane sound across the Western music front.
• Colored vinyl
• Custom stylized dust sleeve
OMAR SOULEYMAN HIGHLIGHTS:
• Dubbed the “coolest man in the universe” by Noisey, Souleyman’s first introduction to the western music scene was by way of his official remixes of Björk’s “Crystaline” series in 2011.
• His subsequent WENU WENU LP in 2013 was produced by Four Tet’s Kieran Hebden
• His latest work TO SYRIA, WITH LOVE is driven by finding hope despite this nostalgia and was released on Mad Decent in June of 2017.
01 Omar Souleyman - Khayen (DJ Seinfeld Remix) 02 Omar Souleyman - Mawal (Simian Mobile Disco Remix) 03 Omar Souleyman - Tensana
While New York-based Profile Records was conceived as a home for disco when it was founded in 1979, the fledgling label caught on to the hip-hop movement as the 1980s dawned, releasing pioneering tracks by Dr. Jeckyll & Mr. Hyde, Rammelzee vs. K-Rob, Run-DMC, Dana Dane and more. Giant Single: The Profile Records Rap Anthology Vol. 1 spotlights the early influence of one of rap’s true super-powered indie labels, with fifteen classic jams on double red vinyl!
An EP of new material, with the entire track list on both A Side and B Side!
1. Rough Mix 2. Really Nice Guys 3. Related Artists (For Fans Of...) 4. I'm On the Guestlist 5. YouTubular 6. The East Nashville Kroger Conversation 7. Emotional Impact For Sale 8. Pull Quote (feat. Jerry)
Frank Nitt and Dankery Harv - or just Frank n Dank - knew J. Dilla before you. But don't feel bad, they knew Dilla before anyone knew Dilla. When Dilla was still in Detroit, before he was known as J Dilla. Before he'd even stepped foot in LA. From their personal vault, Frank n Dank bring you these cuts from their years working with Dilla, including complete instrumentals, presented in a 10" red vinyl pressing.
SIDE A: 1. Let’s Go 2. Things Ain’t The Same 3. Reach For The Sky
SIDE B: 1. Let’s Go (instrumental) 2. Things Ain’t The Same (instrumental) 3. Reach For The Sky (instrumental)
"Rage Hard" is the fifth single by Frankie Goes to Hollywood, released in 1986, and the first single to come from the Liverpool album. "Rage Hard" eventually hit Number 4 in the UK singles charts and Number 1 in Germany (for two weeks). This extended version of “Rage Hard”, also known as “The Making Of A 12”” was never before released on vinyl. The two B-side tracks are straight forward cover songs: David Bowie's "Suffragette City" and "Roadhouse Blues" by The Doors. And then there is the odd composition in between, entitled "(Don't Lose What's Left) Of Your Little Mind". This special edition Record Store Day 12" is pressed on 180 gram purple vinyl and 2500 copies pressed worldwide.
Rage Hard (extended version)
Don’t Lose What’s Left
Live album recorded at the Troubadour in Los Angeles in September 1969. First vinyl reissue.
Side A 1. Strange Feelin’ 5:40 2. Venice Mating Call 3:27 3. I Don’t Need It to Rain 11:06
Side B 1. I Had a Talk with My Woman 7:32 2. Gypsy Woman 14:32
Side A 1. Blue Melody 5:37 2. Chase the Blues Away 6:19 3. Driftin’ 7:56
Side B 1. Nobody Walkin’ 16:05
The first physical music from the anticipated new U2 release, SONGS OF EXPERIENCE, due everywhere December 1. The 12” includes the original album version backed by an exclusive remix by the band’s longtime collaborator, Jacknife Lee. TMR’s “The Blackout” 12” will be extremely limited, with just one single pressing at Third Man Pressing, the label’s state-of-the-art vinyl production facility in Detroit. Black vinyl editions will be available at all participating Record Store Day shops, with 750 colored vinyl editions on offer exclusively at Third Man Records’ Nashville Storefront (623 7th Avenue South, Nashville, TN 37203) and Detroit Storefront (441 West Canfield Street. Detroit, MI 48201) as well as one Irish and one British record store to be announced.
"The Blackout" b/w "The Blackout (Jacknife Lee remix)