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Limited 180gm audiophile vinyl LP repressing of this classic album by the Southern rock legends. Though the Southern rock genre existed before and after Lynyrd Skynyrd, no other band personified the lifestyle quite like this motley crew. Released in 1975, The biggest difference with Nuthin' Fancy is that the band, through touring, has become heavier and harder, fitting right in with the heavy album rock bands of the mid-'70s. The album was their first to reach the Top 10, peaking at #9 on the US albums chart. Includes the tracks 'Saturday Night Special', 'I'm A Country Boy', 'Whiskey Rock-A-Roller' and more.
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2010 sophomore album from the Kentucky rockers, the follow up to their critically acclaimed 2009 self titled debut. Thank You Happy Birthday is a 13 song collection of a raucous and inspired Rock that displays an expanded sound for the band, and a bold reminder of exactly why they are one of the most loved bands in rock music today.
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Vinyl LP pressing. Four time Grammy Award winner Jason Isbell and The 400 Unit reissue two of the group's earliest albums - 2009's self-titled Jason Isbell and The 400 Unit and 2011's Here We Rest - both remixed by Grammy Award-winning producer Dave Cobb and remastered by Pete Lyman. These records contain some of Isbell's most beloved fan favorites, including "Alabama Pines," "Codeine," "Cigarettes and Wine," "The Blue" and "Tour Of Duty". Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit marked the former Drive-By Truckers member's second solo release and his first with the powerful and nuanced 400 Unit. Co-produced by Isbell and the 400 Unit with Matt Pence, the album was recorded at the renowned Fame Studios in Muscle Shoals, AL and follows in the tradition of American songwriters who have recorded in North Alabama. Much like Arthur Alexander, Eddie Hinton and Spooner Oldham, Isbell mixes a soulful vocal style with songs that are passionate and unrepentant in their sense of place and direct in their stubborn Southerness.
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Bad Brains

Bad Brains ?- Live

Vinyl: $24.98 UNAVAILABLE

MP3 Album: $9.99 Download

Bad Brains ?- Live ORIGINALLY RELEASED 1988. In 1986, Bad Brains signed with SST Records and released I Against I, which, in addition to their hardcore punk and reggae sounds, introduced a heavy metal/funk hybrid sound. H.R. provided the vocals for "Sacred Love" over the phone from the Lorton Reformatory while doing a bid for a cannabis charge.

Format: Vinyl, LP, Album Style: Hardcore, Punk

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  • Bass - Darryl
  • Drums - Earl
  • Guitar - Dr. Know
  • Vocals [Throat] - H.R.
  • Producer, Mixed By - Phil Burnett
  • Mixed at Sigma N.Y.C. - and El Dorado.
  • Mastered By - John Golden
  • Lacquer Cut By [Mastering Engineer At K Disk Mastering]
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HISTORY OF HOSTILITY, a nine-track Pantera primer that includes some of Pantera's most legendary tracks from all five studio albums.
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Lou Reed

Rock N' Roll Animal

Vinyl: $19.98 UNAVAILABLE

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Limited 120gm vinyl LP pressing of this 1974 live album from the Rock icon. Sony. 2012.
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PJ Harvey

Dry [LP]

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MP3 Album: $11.49 Download

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Dry is PJ Harvey’s stark, seminal 1992 debut album ... a fully-formed call-to-arms! Features "Dress" and "Sheela-Na-Gig". Back in print, the LP is pressed on 180-gram vinyl.


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‘Rough and Rowdy Ways’ is Bob Dylan’s first album of original material in 8 years and his first since becoming the only songwriter to receive the Nobel Prize for Literature, in 2016. Its 10 tracks include the three new songs released this spring: the album’s lead-off track, “I Contain Multitudes,” the nearly 17-minute epic “Murder Most Foul” and “False Prophet.”

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Limited purple and black splatter colored vinyl LP pressing. You know it's Danzig the moment you hear him. It's not just that inimitable voice either. It's the thick airy guitars, bluesy swagger, and "come hither" evil that placed him at the forefront of a number of musical revolutions due to his ingenuity, horror and punk formally collided with The Misfits' genesis in the '70s. Anytime you see that iconic Misfits skull, you'll immediately think of his howl fueling punk classics like 82's Walk Among Us or 83's Wolf's Blood/Earth A.D. His vision for Samhain and albums such as Initium and November-Coming-Fire, indelibly impacted the landscape of extreme music, fortifying the crossroads between heavy riffs and occult imagery so prevalent these days. Then, there's his eponymous band - Danzig. 88's self-titled debut would go platinum and yield classics including "Mother," "Twist of Cain," and "She Rides," while overall sales across his catalog exceed 10 million worldwide to date.
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Limited double vinyl LP pressing of this album by the American rockers. The Southern Harmony And Musical Companion is the second album by The Black Crowes, released on May 12, 1992. It was the first record by the band to feature Marc Ford on lead guitar, replacing Jeff Cease, who was fired the year before. The album's name derives from the full name of the Southern Harmony, an influential 1835 hymnal compiled by William Walker. It features four hit singles; "Remedy" (#1 on the Album Rock Tracks chart for 11 weeks), "Thorn in My Pride" (#1 on the Album Rock Tracks chart for four weeks), "Sting Me" (#1 on the Album Rock Tracks chart for two weeks), and "Hotel Illness" (#1 on the Album Rock Tracks chart for six weeks). It was a record for an album to feature four album-rock #1 hits (previously set by Tom Petty in 1989, with three). The album itself reached the top spot of the Billboard 200 album chart, propelled by the success of these singles.
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Drab Majesty's third album, Modern Mirror, is a journey of self-reflection, nostalgia, love, beauty, and heartbreak told across eight addictive and emotional synth pop anthems - a seemingly classic tale delivered unblinkingly through the frame of the modern world. Elements of classic tragedy weigh heavily in the reflection of Modern Mirror in songs like "The Other Side", possessing a fundamental sound that is energetic, luminous and hopeful. Fusing the sonic aesthetics of predecessors like New Order and The Cure within the cautious instruction of Greek mythology and modern science fiction, Drab Majesty has birthed a hybrid of dreamy malaise, captured for a future moment.  The first single, "Ellipsis", romantically plays up the distorted concept of courting through modern technology in a world that has yet to adapt, while on "Long Division", Deb's resounding guitar cascades around the chorus shared with No Joy frontwoman Jasamine White-Gluz, wistfully warning us against our vanity and self-obsession. Even when hope for everlasting love peeks through in "Oxytocin", a sparkling and stoic track sung by Mona D., we are firmly reminded our fleeting existence.  Produced by Josh Eustis (Telefon Tel Aviv) with appearances by Jasamine White-Gluz (No Joy) and Justin Meldal-Johnson (NIN, Beck, M83, Air).
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Galaxie 500

Today [Remastered]

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When Galaxie 500's Today was released in 1988, it set off a chain reaction of quiet explosions still being felt. Never before had a record so emphasized the calming elements of rock music, transforming what at first seems like a collection of bridges into fully realized songs. And one can draw a straight line from here to the many groups they influenced, like Low, Belle & Sebastian, and Bon Iver. Today is full of idiosyncrasies. The trio of Damon Krukowski, Dean Wareham, and Naomi Yang were recent Harvard grads who intuitively eliminated any histrionic tradition to rock songs, leaving core emotion (not for nothing did they include a cover of "Don't Let Our Youth Go to Waste," by the kings of feeling, the Modern Lovers). It was produced by Mark Kramer, who was best known for his work with cataclysmic slop rock pioneers such as Bongwater, Ween, and King Missle. The band's hometown of Boston was just coming out of it's love affair with Mission of Burma and pouncing upon the spasmodic electricity of the Pixies. Despite, or perhaps because of, all these elements, Today thrived. More than 20 years after it's initial release, it's title is still no misnomer. The music, recorded with what many thought at the time was too much reverb, sounds present, alive, and indeed a product of today. Songs like "Flowers," "Temperature's Rising," and of course "Tugboat" (the band's debut single) stand the test of time and exist in an eternal now. For the first time since it's original pressing, Today is available again on vinyl. Cut by vinyl ace Kevin Gray from a remaster by Kramer and Alan Douches, the album sounds more vibrant than ever, and Galaxie 500 exists again as one of the most enrapturing and glorious bands to emerge from the underground in the past 25 years."
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Vinyl LP pressing. Digitally remastered edition of the first album by titans of punk and metal. Pain Of Mind marks the inception of one of the weirdest and most powerful bands there ever was as they begin their odyssey through the sonic landscape: thirty-three years, thirteen albums and counting. These gritty punk songs bear little resemblance to what Neurosis would become, but the future was written here, and if you listen closely to these kids-barely out of high school at the time, you can hear their early influences: the guitars and existential anguish of Amebix and Rudimentary Peni, the passionate politics of Crass, the heaviness of Sabbath-and here, too, they lay the foundation for some of their enduring concerns: the pursuit of transcendence, and contemplation on the downward suck of despair. With Pain of Mind, Neurosis sunk their claws into the hearts and minds of the East Bay scene like no one else.
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After producing two albums celebrated by a thirsty underground network of fans, Galaxie 500 released what turned out to be their unexpected swansong, This Is Our Music. The title is an intentionally declarative statement. After being labeled masters of the disengaged and forlorn, Damon Krukowsi, Dean Wareham, and Naomi Yang delivered a full-length comprised of their most stately material. Here, one can hear potential realized, as well as changes afoot. "Fourth of July" is a surprisingly up-front song for the band, with rolling drums and a bass-heavy refrain, and it proved to be their most popular single. The track sets the stage for the dynamism of This Is Our Music, When Galaxie 500 sounds wistful ("Summertime"), it sounds like years of yearning actualized; when the band sounds regretful ("Sorry"), it comes pleading on it's knees. The trio found a beautiful balance between increased production values and knob-twiddler Mark Kramer's odd-handed approach. For the first time since it's original pressing, This Is Our Music is available again on vinyl. Cut by vinyl ace Kevin Gray from a remaster by Kramer and Alan Douches, the album sounds more vibrant than ever, and Galaxie 500 exists again as one of the most enrapturing and glorious bands to emerge from the underground in the past 25 years.
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2005 Best Country Album Grammy Winner. 2005 Best Country Collaboration With Vocals Grammy Winner. Featuring members of The Greenhornes, The Raconteurs, and Blanche. For fifty years now, Loretta Lynn has fashioned a body of work as artistically and commercially successful—and as culturally significant—as any female performer you’d care to name. Except it was her song craft that established a sweet, clever, and combative lyricism that, when paired with her effortless melodies, inevitably helped define any and all relevant country music that emerged in its wake. Her music has duly confronted many of the major social issues of her time and ours, while her life story is a rags-to-riches tale familiar to pop, rock and country fans alike. The Coal Miner’s Daughter—the tag refers to a hit single, an album, a best-selling autobiography, an Oscar-winning film, and to Lynn herself—has journeyed from the poverty of the Kentucky hills to Nashville superstardom, to her current status as an honest-to-goodness American icon. Her most recent album, the Jack White-produced Van Lear Rose, has reminded the world yet again of Lynn’s power as a vocalist and her prowess as a songwriter. As she puts it on “Story of My Life,” the new album’s closing track: “Not half bad for this ol’ KY girl, I guess… Here’s the story of my life. Listen close, I’ll tell it twice.”
Loretta Lynn - Van Lear Rose [Vinyl]
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Pop Smoke's legacy continues with the release of his posthumous debut album, Shoot For The Stars Aim For The Moon. The album finds Pop's voice in concert with collaborators both old and new such as Quavo, Roddy Ricch, Lil Baby, and more. Staying true to his intention to use his debut album to show the breadth of his artistry, fans will discover a Pop Smoke that they had yet to see - one that is singing, stepping outside of the Brooklyn drill sound that he helped bring to a global level and more.

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Vinyl LP pressing. Purple is the second studio album by the rock band Stone Temple Pilots, released on June 7, 1994 by Atlantic Records. The album, building off the foundations laid by the band's debut album Core, was a huge success for the band, debuting at number one on the Billboard 200 chart and remaining there for three weeks, eventually selling over six million copies. It spawned a number of successful singles - "Vasoline" and "Interstate Love Song" both topped the Mainstream Rock Tracks chart and hit number 2 on the Modern Rock Tracks chart, while "Big Empty" also cracked the top ten on both charts.
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Delvon Lamarr Organ Trio—or as it is sometimes referred to, DLO3—specialize in the lost art of “feel good music.” The ingredients of this intoxicating cocktail include a big helping of the 1960s organ jazz stylings of Jimmy Smith and Baby Face Willette; a pinch of the snappy soul strut of Booker T. & The M.G.’s and The Meters; and sprinkles Motown, Stax Records, blues, and cosmic Jimi Hendrix-style guitar. It’s a soul-jazz concoction that goes straight to your heart and head makes your body break out in a sweat.

The band features organist Delvon Lamarr, a self-taught virtuosic musician, with perfect pitch who taught himself jazz and has effortlessly been able to play a multitude of instruments. On guitar is the dynamo Jimmy James who eases through Steve Cropper-style chanking guitar, volcanic acid-rock freak-out lead playing, and slinky Grant Green style jazz. From Reno, Nevada is drummer Dan Weiss (also of the powerhouse soul and funk collective The Sextones). Dan’s smoldering pocket-groove drumming locks in the trio’s explosive chemistry. 
 
Founded by Larmarr’s wife and manager Amy Novo, the trio started from humble beginnings in 2015, but since then has released two Billboard charting albums and toured the world to sold out venues. The trio returns now with their second studio album, I Told You So, with even heavier grooves and more confidence. It may have been several years since their most recent studio effort, but they haven’t missed a beat.


Recommend for fans of: New Mastersounds, Soulive, Jimmy Smith, Khruangbin

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The original 500 7”s are considered the Holy Grail of WSP recordings! These exact replicas (down to the 45 RPM Spider Inserts being included and the white sleeves) are going to make a whole bunch of Panic fans happy just in time for the holidays.

**Limited to 2,000 copies**

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Double vinyl LP pressing. A compilation album by the British blues band, originally released in November 2002 which focused on the Peter Green years. The album serves as a digitally remastered replacement as the band's greatest hit, with the remastering and cover from the 1999 box set 'The Complete Blue Horizon Sessions 1967-1969'.
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Britney Spears’ Deluxe version of “Glory” is now available on opaque white vinyl! The 2 LP set includes all 17 tracks originally featured on “Glory,” two never before released songs and remixes of “Mood Ring.”

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Limited edition 2011 reissue on 180-gram vinyl. Until this album's initial release in 1956, Chet was known strictly as a trumpeter. A remarkably talented trumpeter. "Chet Baker Sings" changed that, and Chet became a noted singer, too. Originally produced in 1956 as just a 10" LP, this 2011 reissue features 14 tracks that showcase his strengths at the mic. His warm vocals embrace a song just as his trumpet does. How can you resist his renditions of "That Old Feeling," "It's Always You," "But Not for Me," "There Will Never Be Another You" and later songs such as "Time after Time" and "The Thrill Is Gone." Joining him on the album are pianist Russ Freeman, bassist Carson Smith and drummer Bob Neel.
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From their place at the bottom of the world, outside of the traditional jazz and soul centers, Australia's groove-led musicians have struggled for recognition on the world stage. But all of that is changing as increasingly the country's vital community of close-knit, broadly adventurous players command the attention of international audiences. Bouncing off the selections of independent radio DJs and esoteric record store collections, these musicians jump across African diaspora music traditions - from funk to house music, hip-hop to Ethio-jazz - before pollinating those rhythms with a uniquely Australian flavor. This magpie-like curiosity forges new sounds and forms - all of which can be found on 'Seven Wonders', a new compilation by Plug Seven Records and Wondercore Island. 'Seven Wonders' is testament to Wondercore's relentless support of Australia's forward-thinking beat makers and neo-soul bands; and to Plug Seven's commitment to the magic of analog music, as seen at it's Melbourne record store and nearby studio. It's in this laneway studio filled with recording equipment dating back to the 1940s where the bulk of 'Seven Wonders' was recorded to tape by Plug Seven founder Ari Roze. Recorded largely over two weeks, the majority of the tracks on 'Seven Wonders' were captured in one take, bottling the raw energy and virtuosity of Melbourne's most accomplished, established and emerging players. There's an antipodean take on P-Funk from Laneous, characteristically enigmatic vocals from soul singer Allysha Joy, and a free-flowing instrumental cut from Sampa the Great collaborator Dave Rodriguez, aka GODTET. Several tracks include production and background instrumentation from Hiatus Kaiyote's rhythm section Perrin Moss and Paul Bender. 'The record captures the spontaneity of live performance in Melbourne. You go out and see one-off collaborations between artists, so much cool stuff goes on, I knew we could recreate that energy in the studio,' says Roze. 'Melbourne has different levels and types of musicians from all genres, there are a lot of music venues, and public radio stations like RRR and PBS, have programming which is free form and collector led, meaning you have a wide range of very niche music being aired', continues Roze. 'Local people grow up listening to choice selections from incredible record collectors, and it shows in their response to the music.' The lead single from 'Seven Wonders', 'Custard Shoulder', comes courtesy of rising Melbourne eight-piece WVR BVBY. It's a swirling, downbeat, jazz-funk reverie and builds on the solid foundation of last year's full length debut LP from the stellar group, who have gone onwards & upwards with a feature set at Meredith Festival upcoming this year. The compilation's second single 'Sweet Water' by celebrated jazz pianist and composer Barney McAll shifts gears and time signatures. It's soothing opening gives way to Cuban bata drums, McCall's Rhodes excursions and a hook provided by a bulbul tarang - a string instrument from India and Pakistan derived from the Japanese taishogoto harp. It moves through chaos and confusion to find triumph and finally, peace. A double A-side single, McAll's track comes backed with 'Drifting' by the groundbreaking 30/70 Collective. The track has buzzing flashes of synthesizer and a taught but intoxicating atmosphere that speaks to the excitement of impending change. Elsewhere, James Macaulay Quartet - made up of four trombonists - slinks through traditional jazz harmonics; GODTET creates a gauzy time-machine of ambient, sample-based jazz that innovates while paying respect to tradition; Jazz Party's track 'Waiting' moves away from the band's characteristic New Orleans-indebted sound to deliver a rousing slice of pure '70s rhythm and blues; Raw Humps lays on heavy funk and psychedelia; and 'Improvisation #2' by Vinod Prasanna, Greg Sheehan, and Perrin Moss is a percussive excerpt from a four-hour, post-meditation, improvisation session. 'Two artists on the record may be at the opposite ends of the jazz or soul spectrum, but the artists are part of this creative patchwork,' says Wondercore Island founder Si Jay Gould. 'We tried to show how these pieces come together.' From traditional jazz and soul, to esoteric experimentation, the breadth of styles showcased on 'Seven Wonders' is testament to Australia's deep understanding of jazz, soul and groove-led music's roots. It's a snapshot of a moment in time in which Australia's players are moving from the confines of house parties and local clubs to claim their spot on the world stage. And they're doing it thorough a deep, transcendent connection with audiences. 'Under the larger umbrella of soul music and improvisation there's a searching for a greater feeling, a spiritual connection,' says Gould. 'Music tries to fill that gap in human experience. The genres we're trying to distill on 'Seven Wonders' belong to spiritual musical traditions and there's really strong fragments in each sub-genre on the record.
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Opaque Tan Indie Retail Exclusive. Philadelphia-based indie rockers, The Menzingers made great use of their free time during this summer's stay at home order by recording a "re-imagined" acoustic version of their brilliant 2019 album "Hello Exile." Since forming as teenagers in 2006, The Menzingers have shown their strength as rough-and-tumble storytellers, turning out songs equally rooted in frenetic energy and lifelike detail. On From Exile, the band took their lyrical narrative to a whole new level and share their reflections on moments from the past and present: high-school hellraising, troubled relationships, aging and alcohol and political ennui. And while their songs often reveal certain painful truths, they ultimately maintain the irrepressible spirit that's always defined the band. These acoustic interpretations show once again how beautifully crafted these songs really are.
The Menzingers - From Exile [Indie Exclusive Limited Edition Opaque Tan LP]
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Antibalas new studio album, Where The Gods Are In Peace, is an epic Afro-Western Trilogy searching for solace from American political opportunism, greed and vengeance. Through its battle cry of resistance against exploitation and displacement, Antibalas long-form compositions investigate oppression in 1800s America that eerily mirror the current state of the country. Three explosive original arrangements cultivate an urgent call to heal a broken system. Ultimately, the sonic excursion lands on an island where love is our first instinct. A new ideology is born opening our hearts to the possibilities of living as one unified people, where all gods are equal and together we prevail.

True to traditional form, Where The Gods Are In Peace pays respect to the forefathers of Afrobeat with compositions spanning nine to 15 minutes in length. With a blessing from the Fela Kuti legacy early in the band s career, Antibalas has long been revered for re-popularizing the classic Afrobeat sound while adding their distinct New York City grit to the mix. Influences of punk rock, free jazz, and hip-hop seep into their expansive works to define a truly 21st century translation of the Afrobeat genre and beyond. Vinyl includes download code.

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