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    New Stock For Week Of May 7th   
    Monday, May 07 2012 @ 07:30 am CST
    Contributed by: Dave

    These CD's & LP's will arrive this Wednesday. More to come, so check back.

    Jack White- Sixteen Saltines 12"
    Special 12" single with playable etching on the b-side. Limited I'm sure.

    Bad Brains- S/T Cassette
    Yes, you read it correctly.....on cassette. This will be the very first time I've had a new cassette here since the mid 90's. A good choice with the Bad Brains, since their label ROIR was a big advocate of the medium back then.

    Best Coast- The Only Place LP
    'The Only Place' is the follow-up to BEST COAST's 2010 acclaimed 'Crazy For You' and finds the proudly Southern Californian duo of Bethany Cosentino and Bobb Bruno maturing in both their sound and perspective. While 'Crazy For You' was a nostalgic tribute to teenage feelings, this new album finds front woman Cosentino transitioning into adulthood, with the feeling of uncertainty and self-doubt at the emotional center of the album. As with all of Best Coast's previous recordings, on 'The Only Place' Cosentino handles all songwriting, lyrics, vocals and rhythm guitar, while multi-instrumentalist Bobb Bruno plays lead guitar, bass and drums. What's new this time is their decision to work with producer and composer Jon Brion. A revered figure in the music world, Brion has collaborated with artists including Fiona Apple and Kanye West and created the scores for such films as 'Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind' and 'Punch-Drunk Love'. Recorded at Capitol Records' famed Studio B, 'The Only Place' features a cleaner and richer sound than other Best Coast releases. Intricate but never overworked, the biggest change from previous releases is how it showcases Cosentino's voice, this time letting it ring clear, unhidden by distortion and reverb.

    REM- Life's Rich Pageant LP
    This is on the audiophile Mobile Fidelity label.

    Cowboy Junkies- Whites Off Earth Now! LP
    Their very first album. This is on the audiophile Mobile Fidelity label.

    Descendents- Somery LPx2
    Back in stock.

    Black Flag- I Can See You 12"
    Back in stock.

    Black Flag- Annihilate This Week 12"
    Back in stock.

    10 Ft. Ganja Plant- 10 Deadly Shots Vol.2 LP
    '10 Deadly Shots Vol. II' features Aggrolites keyboardist Roger Rivas. 2011 saw the Plant grow by leaps and bounds and now with a soon to be sold out show at The Middle East in Boston and stacks of highly favorable press from their most recent release 'Shake Up The Place', the Plant is ready to grow to new heights.

    Isis- Oceanic LPx2
    The defining ISIS album, now that it's all said and done, 'Oceanic' finally returns to vinyl after being out of print for years. Showcasing a band at the height of a monumental transition, 'Oceanic' is hailed by fans as the band's landmark album and has earned widespread critical acclaim (even being dubbed "seminal" by Drowned in Sound). Raising the massive bridge between crushing metal and atmospheric post-rock, Isis truly came into their own on their brilliant sophomore album. This stunning double-LP comes housed in a heavyweight tip-on gatefold jacket and has been carefully re-mastered and re-cut for optimal sound quality.

    The Pogues- Rum Sodomy & The Lash LP
    Back in stock.

    The Pogues- If I Should Fall From Grace With God LP
    Back in stock.

    Matt Pond PA- Measure LP
    RECORD STORE DAY release. Late arrival. 180 gram vinyl.

    Matt Pond PA- Several Arrows Later LP
    RECORD STORE DAY release. Late arrival. 180 gram vinyl.

    Miles Davis- Birth Of The Cool LP
    180 gram remastered vinyl reissue from Sony Legacy.

    Lambchop- Mr. M LPx2
    It's been nearly two decades since LAMBCHOP released its first album, at the time pronouncing itself "Nashville's most fucked-up country band". Provocative it may have been, but the description made sense: at the heart of all that ruckus was a band at once defying and embracing the musical legacy of its hometown. Since then, Lambchop has evolved into an accomplished ensemble, adding palpable depth and substance to singer-songwriter-guitarist Kurt Wagner's songs - and the band sounds as commanding as ever on its 11th album, 'Mr. M', a collection of meditations on love and loss and the detritus of everyday existence. As on past Lambchop records, many of the songs on 'Mr. M' are framed with lush strings, and there's a restrained undercurrent of distortion and discord. The core of the music remains the cyclical picking of Wagner's guitar and the soft, warm croaking of his voice. The songs are spacious, even dreamy, while the lyrics and titles are rich with allusions, some of them obvious, others seemingly unknowable. The double vinyl edition is limited and includes 4 bonus tracks.

    Apollo Brown & OC- Trophies LPx2
    Michigan producer Apollo Brown and veteran Diggin’ In The Crates crew emcee O.C. announced that they are releasing a album Titled Trophies, the work will be O.C.’s first album since 2009’s Oasis with band-mate A.G. Brown has worked on a number of projects recently, including his instrumental release, Clouds, Daily Bread with Hassaan Mackey and Gas Mask by his band, The Left. The project, which will release on Mello Music Group, was reportedly developed in New York but fully-recorded in Apollo’s studio in Detroit, Michigan. The release features 16 songs that reportedly all carry strong concepts.

    Aphex Twin- Selected Ambient Works Vol.II LPx3
    Vinyl reissue! APHEX TWIN's 1994 masterpiece 'Selected Ambient Works Vol. II' includes barely anything resembling a beat or any sign of typical song structure, yet the album continues to garner adulation generally reserved for holy music. Fans have been testifying on its behalf for nearly two decades, as if it were capable of curing ills or healing the soul. Its synthetic construction belies the intuitive, human, melancholic and uplifting nature of the music. Music critic Frank Owen described the music as "veering between an eerie beauty and an almost nightmarish desolation". The album's raw emotional power is built upon the influences of Brian Eno, Erik Satie, Steve Reich, Terry Riley and The Orb. Each of its tracks has an elegiac and desolate feel far removed from the tooth-rattling, drill-'n'-bass or abstract electronica for which James was originally known. The soft, nimble flow leaves one in a tranquilized state. Throughout the album, James resists the temptation to layer the sound with beats or samples. Instead, he relies on swathes of sound and harmonics and almost-implied pulses. Remarkably, for an album that is often perceived as difficult, 'Selected Ambient Works Vol. II' is quite accessible. Featured in films, commercials and video games, the music continues to offer an entry point for listeners new to the ambient genre while remaining a classic touted by connoisseurs.

    Jeff The Brotherhood- We Are The Champions LP
    Nashville rockers JEFF THE BROTHERHOOD give their second album, 'We Are The Champions', a proper release as they continue their non-stop touring playing with everyone from the Greenhornes and Fucked Up to metal legends Pentagram. "The music they play is easy to love, vintage three-string party rock somewhere on the continuum between the Ramones and Black Sabbath" -The Village Voice.

    Howlin' Wolf- The Howlin' Wolf Album LP
    It's not often that an album disavowed by its own author at the time of release goes on to become considered a modern classic. Yet that's exactly what happened with Chicago blues legend HOWLIN' WOLF's 1969 LP 'The Howlin’ Wolf Album', a release that has since attained mythical status due to the controversy behind it. Released on Cadet Records, a subsidiary of legendary imprint Chess Records, 'The Howlin’ Wolf Album' was a radical experiment for a well established artist: attempt to integrate electric instruments and psychedelic arrangements into his revered signature blues sound. The result was an album that Wolf himself initially disregarded on the now infamous cover, but one that has won a special place amongst dedicated music aficionados thanks to its unique mix of traditional blues and electric rock elements. CD is packaged in a mini paste-on jacket with obi strip and inner dust sleeve. Vinyl is a special Stoughton pressing, with audio remastered from the original analog tapes for optimum sound quality and packaged in a paste-on style jacket featuring the album's famous original artwork.

    LCD Soundsystem- This Is Happening LPx2
    Back in stock.

    LCD Soundsystem- S/T LP
    The first album. Back in stock.

    Attack In Black- Marriage LP+7"
    RECORD STORE DAY release. A couple more copies coming back in.

    Thievery Corporation- The Cosmic Game LPx4
    RECORD STORE DAY release. Another late arrival! Special 4LP repress of The Cosmic Game for Record Store Day 2012. This album was originally released back in 2004 and found Thievery Corp on top of their game with a host of very impressive host of guest artists. By this point TC had fully mastered the downtempo, world, lounge, ragga hybrid style they are famous for and on top of that, they had the clout to get big names like David Byrne, Perry Farrell, and The Flaming Lips up in the mix. Highlights include "Warning Shots," "Revolution Solution," "Amerimacka," and "Sol Tapado." Pressed on clear swirl vinyl, limited to 500 copies worldwide.

    Jeff The Brotherhood- Whatever I Want 7"
    Blue Series single produced by Jack White (natch). The A Side is a droning 6 and 1/2 minute jam called ''Whatever I Want'' and the B Side is a killer version of a Tiger B. Smith rocker, ''Everything I Need''. Both tunes are incredible - Third Man are overly excited to be working with the fellas who are just one of the best bands out there working today.

    Jack White- Love Interruption 7"
    First single from Jack's new "Blunderbuss" album.

    Arcade Fire- Sprawl II 12"
    RECORD STORE DAY release. Record Store Day exclusive 12" from ARCADE FIRE! The single features remixed tracks from 'The Suburbs' album - "Sprawl II" and "Ready To Start" (remixed by Damian Taylor and Arcade Fire). Limited to 3000 copies - each includes free download with purchase.

    Black Flag- Jealous Again 10"
    Vinyl ep's back in stock.

    Black Flag- Nervous Breakdown 10"
    Vinyl ep's back in stock.

    Black Flag- Process Of Weeding Out 10"
    Vinyl ep's back in stock.

    Bruce Springsteen- Rock Ground 7"
    RECORD STORE DAY release.

    Big Black- He's A Whore/The Model 7"
    Big Black covers Cheap Trick & Kraftwerk.

    Insane Clown Posse- Leck Mich Im Arsch 7"
    In the grand tradition of peanut butter meeting Iggy's chest or Bing Crosby getting down with David Bowie, Third Man Records is ecstatic to present the latest in a long-line of unexpected musical pairings - Insane Clown Posse and Mozart. Back in '82, ahem, 1782, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart wrote a piece that's been left out of the spotlight ever since. The title of the piece is ''Leck Mich Im Arsch'' or literally translated to English as ''Lick me in the arse''. Understandably this piece has figuratively been swept under the rug. So who better to give this piece its due respect than the wildly successful, much misunderstood, and divisive Southwest Detroit rappers Insane Clown Posse? With fellow Southwest Detroit-born Jack White at the production helm and musical backing by Nashville's very own Jeff the Brotherhood, this 2011 version of ''Leck Mich Im Arsch'' marries Mozart's melody (and lyrics sung in operatic German) with ICP's poignant lyrical addition in English and Jeff the B's monster-riffs, letting the whole thing tie together in the most beautiful of ways. The b-side ''Mountain Girl'' finds Violent J and Shaggy 2 Dope telling tall tales about a shotgun wedding, meth problems and moonshine - all pretty common fare for a twangy country song birthed in Nashville.

    Rod Stewart- Every Picture Tells A Story/Gasoline Alley CDx2
    Special double CD remastered packaging. Both of these albums are also here on vinyl.

    Ministry- Relapse CD+LP
    Brand new album from Ministry on both formats.

    Cock Sparrer- Here We Stand CD
    Brand new studio album (their first in ten years) from one of THE founding fathers of the whole Oi!/Street Punk movement! Bands like Bouncing Souls, Agnostic Front, Dropkick Murphys, Discipline, etc.. have all covered songs by Cock Sparrer who’s influence on the international Punk scene, old and new, cannot be underestimated.

    V/A- Personal Space: Electronic Soul 1974-1984 CD+LPx2
    If the independently-pressed record made the galaxy of recorded music that much larger, the burgeoning home studio became the black hole from which little escaped. Flowering in the mid-to-late 70s, affordable high-quality tape recorders, synthesizers, and simple drum machines permitted the aspiring artist to never leave his home, never request the assistance of another human being. In the world of American Black music, name artists such as Sly Stone, Timmy Thomas, and Shuggie Otis had experimented with rudimentary electronic soul with a modicum of success, but on record what remains is scant. This collection presents the unheard underground of the self-produced, often solo, electronic soul world of the 70s and early 80s, offering a view into an ocean of sound that is in turn peaceful, bizarre, funky, and often humbly ahead of its time. Available as a high quality 180 gram double LP or deluxe bound book CD and features aerial photography by NASA astronaut Donald Pettit.

    Keef Hartley- Halfbreed CD
    Excellent UK 70's blues rock band led by former John Mayall drummer Keef Hartley. Great vocals & guitar work from Miller Anderson, who went on later to briefly play with Savoy Brown. Gary Thain (Uriah Heep) plays bass throughout.

    Arthur Brown & Kingdom Come- Journey CD
    The third and final Kingdom Come album has been most noted in retrospect as one of the first rock records to use a drum machine, which was still quite a novelty back in 1973. In other respects it was also a departure from Kingdom Come's previous sound, with the songs not quite as doom-suffused as their first album (Galactic Zoo Dossier) or as whimsical as their second (Kingdom Come), if just as intense in their philosophical questing. But it's a Kingdom Come record, which by definition is an uneven experience, dwelling in the darker side of early-'70s prog rock, but also touching on heavy metal, jazz, science fiction electronics, and blues from time to time. The cold electronic touches (including synthesizer and mellotron) and the bleak time-of-reckoning-has-come melodies limited its appeal. But there were gleams of other more tuneful pastures occasionally, as in the serene swoops of "Triangles," the celestial quasi-choral tone of sections of the three-part suite "Superficial Roadblocks," and the earthier riff-driven "Come Alive."

    Sonny Landreth- Elemental Journey CD
    Hearing the first bars of “Gaia Tribe,” the opening track for Sonny Landreth’s Elemental Journey, I was reminded of some of my favorite ‘70s guitar instrumentals. As the strong, muscular melodies of the album progressed, I kept thinking of Ritchie Blackmore’s “Still I’m Sad,” Ronnie Montrose’s “Town Without Pity,” and Eric Johnson’s “Cliffs of Dover.” Not surprisingly, Johnson himself is one of the guests on Landreth’s 11th album, repeating what the duo did together on 2008’s “The Milky Way Home.” But what might surprise Landreth fans is that this all-instrumental collection doesn’t sound like the slide virtuoso’s trademark Southern blues. There’s nothing here to evoke his work with Jimmy Buffett, Vince Gill, or John Hiatt. Rather, it’s an exhibition of melodic guitar showmanship that’s, well, very reminiscent of classic rock anthems from the mid-'70s. Of course, the more direct influences are from contemporary events in Landreth’s home region of Mississippi and Louisiana. These include Landreth’s responses to Katrina, Rita, and the Gulf of Mexico oil spill.

    Meat Puppets- Up On The Sun CD
    On their second album, the Meat Puppets staggered away from the attempts at punk formalism that hobbled their debut, and with their third LP, 1985's Up on the Sun, they well and truly came out of the musical closet -- not only weren't they punks, they could easily pass for hippies and didn't feel the least bit self-conscious about it. The country influences that played such a big part on Meat Puppets II had faded a bit on Up on the Sun, as a sunburned psychedelia took center stage and the band allowed themselves to get good and trippy. However, Up on the Sun revealed the Puppets had learned one very valuable lesson from punk, and that was to get to the point. The album has an air of carefree drift, but it doesn't meander, and the performances are remarkably tight, full of energy and purpose even when the songs are redolent of goofing off. The title cut churns as Curt Kirkwood's precise but languid guitar figures dance with his brother Cris' insistent basslines and the percussive color of Derrick Bostrom's drumming. "Maiden's Milk" is playful as the abstract jangle of the opening section gives way to a tie-dyed jig, complete with whistling. The swirly phase-shifting and circular melody on "Swimming Ground" sounds as comfortable as a cool dip on a hot day. And the speedy attack of "Buckethead" and "Enchanted Forest" testifies to how strikingly well this band had learned to work as a unit. Up on the Sun isn't as revelatory as Meat Puppets II, and it lacks a song as memorable as "Lake of Fire," but the band rarely sounded as joyous or played with the same fire and accuracy as they demonstrated here, and it's arguably their most purely pleasurable work.

    Heavy Blanket- S/T CD
    J MASCIS rounds up a couple partners-in-crime from his adolescence with an eye - and ear - towards shredding harder, wailing louder, and generally melting faces even more brutally than ever before. Stoner dirtbags cloaked in mystery, J's longtime buddies Pete Cougar and Johnny Pancake lay down the heavy rhythm base for J's massive licks and blistering guitar mastery. Ever wondered what 'Band Of Gypsies' would sound like if you mixed it up with Japanese hard psych and smoked it through a giant power bong? Well, now you know. Don’t say we didn't warn you. (online review)

    Canned Heat- Future Blues CD
    The final Canned Heat album to feature co-founder Alan Wilson, Future Blues was also one of their best, surprisingly restrained as a studio creation by the band, the whole thing clocking in at under 36 minutes, as long as some single jams on their live discs. It was also one of their most stylistically diverse efforts. Most of what's here is very concise and accessible, even the one group-composed jam -- Alan Wilson's "Shake It and Break It" and his prophetically titled "My Time Ain't Long" (he would be dead the year this record was issued), which also sounds a lot like a follow-up to "Going up the Country" until its final, very heavy, and up-close guitar coda. Other songs are a little self-consciously heavy, especially their version of Arthur Crudup's "That's All Right, Mama." Dr. John appears, playing piano on the dark, ominous "London Blues," and arranges the horns on "Skat," which tries for a completely different kind of sound -- late-'40s-style jump blues -- than that for which the group was usually known. And the band also turns in a powerhouse heavy guitar version of Wilbert Harrison's "Let's Work Together."

    Queens Of The Stone Age- Rated R LP
    Back in stock.

    Neil Young- Live In San Francisco LPx2
    Back in stock. Basically, it's a soundtrack for the concert film "Rust Never Sleeps", since their setlists are identical. On a positive note, though, it is not exactly the same as "Live Rust", with its inclusion of Thrasher and Welfare Mothers, not included on LR. Also, Live in San Fran avoids some of the editing snafus of LR, for example, Cortez the Killer is restored to its full length.

    Beatles- Abbey Road LP
    Back in stock.

    Amy Winehouse- Frank LP
    Back in stock.

    Pearl Jam- Backspacer LP
    Back in stock.

    Bob Marley- OST Marley LPx3
    As an integral companion piece to this critically acclaimed documentary, the official soundtrack from MARLEY will be released through Universal Music Enterprises (UMe) on April 17, 2012, as a 2-CD collection and a special 3-LP vinyl set. The collection contains 24 tracks, hand-picked by the Marley family and Chris Blackwell, gathering together some of the most significant musical moments of one of the most beloved and cherished artists of all-time. Featured are classic studio recordings, a special Kindred Spirit dub mix of "Exodus" and tracks from various live performances including, for the first time on record, the 1978 One Love Peace Concert performance of "Jammin'" during which Marley joined the hands of bitter political rivals Michael Manley and Edward Seaga, a gesture which went some way towards restoring peace to a strife-torn Jamaica.

    Scott H. Biram- Bad Ingredients LP
    "He has a true stage presence that could be fairly compared to that of Clint Eastwood on film. The dude's more dude than most other dudes you will ever meet." --Austinist
    "Like a scumbag Leonard Cohen" --Shooter Jennings

    Kanye West- My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy LPx2
    14-time Grammy-winner Kanye West made a triumphant return to NBC's Saturday Night Live in October, delivering breathtaking performances of his anthem "Power," and his newest single, "Runaway," from his highly anticipated new album. MY BEAUTIFUL DARK TWISTED FANTASY includes Nikki Minaj, Jay-Z, Rick Ross, and Justin Vernon of Bon Iver on the smash street single "Monster" and Pusha T on "Runaway" which received the Best New Music stamp from Pitchfork. Other guests include Kid Cudi and Raekwon and contributing producers include RZA of Wu-Tang Clan, Pete Rock, and Q-Tip.

    Stars- Do You Trust Your Friends? LPx2
    Restock on double vinyl.

    Velvet Underground- velvet Underground & Nico LP
    Back in stock.

    Television- Television LP
    Rarely does a legendary band break up, reunite 14 years later, and proceed to make an album nearly as strong as their previous work but, in 1992, New York legends TELEVISION did just that, with their eponymous third album. The trick, Tom Verlaine, Richard Lloyd and co. realized, was not to try to sound like 1978 Television, but instead to embrace where the last decade had taken them, and make a new sound, still distinctly Television, but also distinctly not a sad attempt to relive past glories. A great record from a legendary band.

    Bob Dylan- Highway 61 Revisited LP
    This is the mono version. Back in stock.

    Norah Jones- The Fall LP
    180 gram vinyl in gate fold sleeve.

    NOFX- White Trash....LP
    Back in stock.

    Otis Redding- Complete and Unbelievable: The Otis Redding Dictionary Of Soul LP
    Recorded and released in 1966, Otis Redding's fifth album, Complete and Unbelievable: The Otis Redding Dictionary of Soul found the rugged-voiced deep soul singer continuing to expand the boundaries of his style while staying true to his rough and passionate signature sound. Redding's ambitious interpretations of "Tennessee Waltz" and especially "Try A Little Tenderness" found him approaching material well outside the traditional boundaries of R&B and allowing his emotionally charged musical personality to take them to new and unexpected places, and while his cover of "Day Tripper" wasn't his first attempt to confront the British Invasion, his invigorating and idiosyncratic take on The Beatles' cynical pop tune proved Redding's view of the pop music universe was broader than anyone might have expected at the time. While Redding's experiments with covers on this set were successful and satisfying, it was on his own material that he sounded most at home, and "My Lover's Prayer" and "Fa-Fa-Fa-Fa-Fa (Sad Song)" are deep Southern soul at its finest, with Redding's forceful but lovelorn voice delivering an Academy Award-worthy performance. And once again, the Stax house band (centered around Booker T. and the MG's and The Memphis Horns) prove themselves both thoroughly distinctive and remarkably adaptable, fitting to the nooks and crannies of Redding's voice with their supple but muscular performances.

    Otis Redding- The Great Otis Redding Sings Soul Ballads LP
    The aptly named Great Otis Redding Sings Soul Ballads (1965) builds upon the strength and relative success of the vocalist's solo debut long-player, Pain in My Heart (1964). The format -- blending a few originals with well-chosen covers -- remained consistent. However, increasingly evident is the strength of Redding's interaction with Booker T. Jones (organ), Steve Cropper (guitar/piano), Donald "Duck" Dunn (bass), and Al Jackson, Jr. (drums), aka Booker T. & the MG's. That relationship is sonically solidified with the singer's seemingly innate ability to sculpt his leads around the powerful Memphis Horn section of Wayne Jackson (trumpet), Charles "Packy" Axton (tenor sax), and Floyd Newman (baritone sax). The results clearly speak for themselves with each of the album's dozen selections as all the proof one needs.

    Porcupine Tree- Up The Downstair LPx2
    One of their great early albums. Double UK pressing on 180 gram vinyl.

    Joel Plaskett- La De Da LP
    First time in on vinyl.

    Dr. John- Locked Down LP+CD
    Incredible return from this 70's icon. Stripped down & gritty New Orleans funk rock, or rockin' funk! Produced by the Black Keys Dan Auerbach who really gives this an energetic pointy toe up the wazoo! Great stuff! LP version comes with free CD.

    Patrick Watson- Adventures In Your Own Backyard LP
    Vinyl comes with free download.

    Forbidden Dimension- The Golden Age Of Lasers LP
    Calgary horror-rock vets Forbidden Dimension have been churning out spookily wonderful records for more than two decades now. They have never really achieved much beyond cult status fame here in Canada and in listening to The Golden Age of Lasers, it is puzzling why that is. The group’s punk-influenced / buzzsaw guitar sound and vocalist Jackson Phibes seemingly naturally eerie voice will almost definitely appeal to fans of fellow horror punk-rock bands such as The Misfits. Highlights include album opener Where’s My Wolves, the title track, Wild Old Wolfman and compelling instrumental track Loathsome Charlie.

    Gaslight Anthem- American Slang LP
    Back in stock.

    J.J. Cale- Roll On LP
    In stock on vinyl for the first time. Laid back roots & blues from this legendary Oklahoma musician.

    Atlas Sound- Parallax LP
    Back in stock.

    Fucked Up- David Comes To Life LPx2
    Back in stock.

    Vampire Weekend- S/T LP
    Back in stock.

    Vampire Weekend- Contra LP
    Back in stock.

    Yo La Tengo- Painful LP
    Back in stock.

    Yo La Tengo- Electr-O-Pura LP
    Back in stock.

    Cat Power- You Are Free LP
    Back in stock.

    Interpol- Turn On The Bright Lights LP
    Back in stock.

    The Prodigy- Music For The Jilted Generation LPx2
    Back in stock.

    Holy Fuck- S/T LP
    Back in stock.

    The Horrors- Skying LPx2
    Back in stock.

    Black Keys- The Moan/Have Love Will Travel 7"
    Their first single from 2002. Colored vinyl.

    Magic Christian- Turn Up The Heat 7"
    2011 single from Cyril Jordan's (Flamin' Groovies) new band.

    Carole King- Tapestry LP
    180 gram UK pressing.

    Hank Thompson- Songs For Rounders LP
    Songs for Rounders, lingers in the seediest honky-tonk corners, a remorseless document of lying, killing, drinking, gambling, and all manner of ramblin' round. This 1959 album presents Thompson at his bluesiest--riveting yet still playful. With his affable, precisely tuned baritone, he lends "Drunkard's Blues" (a reworking of "St. James Infirmary") a dry gallows humor and turns traditionals like "Rovin' Gambler" and "Deep Elm" into wry jaunts.

    Melvin Jackson- Funky Skull LP
    Amplified bass, electronic effects, and more - all served up in one of the headiest funk albums of the 60s. Eddie Harris' bassman Melvin Jackson works here in a Cadet Records-like session -- with horns from members of the AACM (including Lester Bowie, Leo Smith, and Roscoe Mitchell), guitar from Phil Upchurch, vocals from The Sound Of Feeling, and lots of funky rhythms on the stretched-out tracks. A unique record that's in the same territory as early Earth Wind & Fire, funky Ramsey Lewis, and Charles Stepney at Cadet - soulful, sophisticated, and totally righteous!

    Fireballs- Bulldog LP
    Vintage late 50's, early 60's guitar rock that mixed instrumental numbers with vocal tracks as well.

    THESE LP'S SHOULD BE HERE BY THURSDAY/FRIDAY

    Leonard Cohen- Ten New Songs LP
    180 gram Dutch audiophile pressing.

    Alice In Chains- Dirt LP
    180 gram Dutch audiophile pressing.

    Alic In Chains- Jar Of Flies LPx2
    180 gram Dutch audiophile pressing.

    Fleetwood Mac- Greatest Hits LP
    180 gram Dutch audiophile pressing. This is the older Fleetwood Mac with Peter Green.

    Pavlov's Dog- Pampered Menial LP
    180 gram Dutch audiophile pressing.

    Patti Smith- Trampin' LP
    180 gram Dutch audiophile pressing.

    Raveonettes- Chain Gang Of Love LP
    180 gram Dutch audiophile pressing.

    Rory Gallagher- Live In Europe! LP
    180 gram Dutch audiophile pressing.

    Miles Davis- Nefertiti LP
    180 gram Dutch audiophile pressing.

    Miles Davis- Bitches Brew Live LPx2
    180 gram Dutch audiophile pressing.

    Herbie Hancock- Thrust LP
    180 gram Dutch audiophile pressing.

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