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    New Stock For Week Of July 9th   
    Monday, July 09 2012 @ 12:41 am CST
    Contributed by: Dave

    Beginning of this weeks new arrival list. Much more to come.

    Jack White- Sixteen Saltines 12"
    Restock on this 12" single with etched b-side song.

    NOFX- My Stepdad's A Cop....7"
    Brand new 7" single.

    Mike Ness- Cheating At Solitaire CD
    Solo album from Social Distortion's Mike Ness.

    Mike Ness- Under The Influences CD
    Solo album from Social Distortion's Mike Ness.

    Black Rebel Motorcycle Club- B.R.M.C. CD
    Restock of their first album.

    Black Rebel Motorcycle Club- Take Them On... CD
    Restock of their second album.

    Iced Earth- Dystopia CD
    Restock of their latest album.

    John Hiatt- Bring The Family CD
    His big comeback album from 1987, with guest band of Ry Cooder, Nick Lowe, and Jim Keltner.

    Neko Case- Blacklisted CD
    Restock on CD.

    Neko Case- Furnace Room Lullaby CD
    Restock on CD.

    Ten Years After- Cricklewood Green CD
    Cricklewood Green provides the best example of Ten Years After's recorded sound. On this album, the band and engineer Andy Johns mix studio tricks and sound effects, blues-based song structures, a driving rhythm section, and Alvin Lee's signature lightning-fast guitar licks into a unified album that flows nicely from start to finish. Cricklewood Green opens with a pair of bluesy rockers, with "Working on the Road" propelled by a guitar and organ riff that holds the listener's attention through the use of tape manipulation as the song develops. "50,000 Miles Beneath My Brain" and "Love Like a Man" are classics of TYA's jam genre, with lyrically meaningless verses setting up extended guitar workouts that build in intensity, rhythmically and sonically. The latter was an FM-radio staple in the early '70s. "Year 3000 Blues" is a country romp sprinkled with Lee's silly sci-fi lyrics, while "Me and My Baby" concisely showcases the band's jazz licks better than any other TYA studio track, and features a tasty piano solo by Chick Churchill. It has a feel similar to the extended pieces on side one of the live album Undead. "Circles" is a hippie-ish acoustic guitar piece, while "As the Sun Still Burns Away" closes the album by building on another classic guitar-organ riff and more sci-fi sound effects.

    The Gun Club- Miami CDx2
    Expanded reissue of the second full-length album from THE GUN CLUB. Released originally in 1982, ‘Miami’ was produced by Chris Stein of Blondie and released on his label Animal records. Featuring such classics as ‘The Fire Of Love’,’ Devil In The Woods’ and a cover of Creedence Clearwater Revivals ‘Run Through The Jungle’, this second release only strengthened The Gun Club's rise to glory. This release features the album in all its glory plus a bonus CD featuring a complete live show of the band from the U.S. in 1982.

    Teenage Bottlerocket- Freak Out CD+LP
    Since their breakout Fat Wreck release They Came From the Shadows in 2009, TEENAGE BOTTLEROCKET have been on a relentless (and successful) mission to bring their frenzied and fun-filled brand of music to the masses. From Adelaide to Zurich, TBR have amassed an army of zealous devotees and are now ready to deliver their latest pop punk manifesto, Freak Out! Right out of the gate the punch of the title track serves notice that the BOTTLEROCKET guys aren’t fucking around. All 14 tracks sustain such a balls-out level of energy it’s impossible to sit still while listening. From the hallmark breakneck down strumming and fleet rhythms on songs like 'Headbanger', 'In the Pit', and 'Who Killed Sensei?' to the heavy throttling chorus on 'Cruising for Chicks', Freak Out! never stops to take a breath. Even the mid tempo songs seem fast! Add to this TBR’s uncanny ability to craft mesmerizing melodies, highlighted by Kody’s impossibly high harmonies, and what you have is a pop punk masterpiece. Often drawing comparisons to the legendary Ramones, TEENAGE BOTTLEROCKET are certainly the modern flag bearers of the classic sound. "Jet-fueled, skate brat punk at its finest." - SPIN

    Richard Formby- Vol.1 CD
    Restock album from former Spectrum (Sonic Boom/Spaceman3) member. Well crafted atmospheric electronic instrumental tracks with heavy Krautrock vibe. "The first of three CDs to be released on Mind Expansion, Volume 1 features 8 beautifully produced masterpieces of pure sonic bliss. Formby’s debut solo album is very much a sound engineer’s album. We see him as something of an Eno for the post-rock generation. Formby builds on warm, looped fragments, cut up drums, guitar chime and organ arrangement, with all the ascending tact of Reich. In his world it's sometime in the 70s, at the height of classical experimentation and kraut motorik." Very nice.

    Dead Kennedys- Fresh Fruit For Rotting Vegetables CD+LP
    Back in stock on both formats.

    Acid Mothers Temple- Ripper At The Heavens Gates Of Dark CD
    The renowned Japanese cosmic freak-out heavyweights return with a brand new studio album, marking ten years since their Mothership first descended on the UK. Now a steady four-piece led by Kawabata Makoto (guitar) and including Tsuyama Atsushi (bass/vocals), Higashi Hiroshi (synthesizer/guitar) and Shimura Koji (drums). The collective recorded the album in the aftermath of the Japan disaster at their mountaintop retreat where the collective still reside. With the exception of the album's opener, "Chinese Flying Saucer," and its unashamedly obvious musical references to Led Zeppelin II (hello 1969!), the rest of the album locks into a much more laid-back groove than on recent AMT releases. This dynamic shift is best displayed on the 22-minute jam, "Shine On You Crazy Dynamite" and also the album's closer "Electric Death Mantra." The band opt for less franticPraxis- explosions of electric guitar overload and fuzz, replacing those elements with a more epic, blissed-out and at times brooding Japanese psychedelia, with more emphasis on acoustic guitars, sitar, organ, synthesizer and at times, really trippy vocals (most prevalent on "Back Door Man Of Ghost Rails Inn"), recalling the twisted psychedelics of early Pink Floyd.

    Praxis- Tennessee 2004 CD
    PRAXIS is the name of an ever-changing Bill Laswell musical project. One of the best live and most influential groups of the last 20 years, Praxis defined a new genre in music by combining elements of Funkadelic, Last Exit, jazz, hip-hop and heavy metal into a highly improvised, extremely challenging music. First appearing in 1993 with the critically acclaimed Transmutation (Mutatis Mutandis), Buckethead, Bill Laswell, Bernie Worrell and Brain have defined the direction of the band over the last 14 years. Among the 90,000 self-avowed hipsters and tripsters who braved the heavy rains at Bonnaroo 2004 in Manchester, Tennessee, the chances are good that only a few of them were truly prepared for the sonic onslaught of Praxis. The band hit their mark at around midnight on the first day of what has become the jam circuit's top-selling music festival, and from the outset, the core trio of Buckethead (guitars), Brain (drums) and Bill Laswell (bass) - with a special guest appearance by P-Funk synth wizard Bernie Worrell-packed a wallop. Any feeling of familiarity at Bonnaroo was quickly dashed by the group's futuristic blend of industrial noise, avant-rock, dub, funk and hip-hop-all of which taken together created, for most in attendance that night, an entirely alien but somehow weirdly compelling experience. Although this is a live recording, the quality is sensational.

    Dayglo Abortions- Feed Us A Fetus CD+LP
    Restock on both formats.

    Rolling Stones & Muddy Waters- Live At The Checkerboard Lounge DVD+CD
    DVD with Bonus CD. On November 22nd, 1981, in the middle of their mammoth American Tour, the Rolling Stones arrived in Chicago prior to playing 3 nights at the Rosemont Horizon. Long influenced by the Chicago blues, the band paid a visit to Muddy Waters' club the Checkerboard Lounge to see the legendary bluesman perform. It didn't take long before Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood and Ian Stewart were joining in on stage and later Buddy Guy and Lefty Dizz also played their part. Now restored from the original footage and with sound mixed and mastered by Bob Clearmountain, this amazing blues night is being made available in an official release for the first time.

    Dweezil Zappa- My Guitar Wants To Kill Your Mama LP
    Coming in on vinyl.

    Rush- Clockwork Angels LPx2
    One copy back in stock. Double LP in gatefold sleeve.

    Albert King- Born Under A Bad Sign LP
    Classic blues album back in stock on vinyl.

    Bob Dylan- The Times They Are A Change-in LP
    Back in stock. Also here is a European pressing on colored vinyl.

    Bob Marley- Legend LP
    Always popular "Best Of" anthology back in stock.

    V/A- Hallmark Guitars PresentThe Kustom Kings LP
    'The Kustom Kings' is an exciting and new collection of songs on the Sundazed/Swept-Wing label by legendary artists. This album kicks off with rockabilly all-time greats the Collins Kids with a revved up new rendition of their penned 50s classic "Hot Rod". Larry Collins, the fire blazing lead guitarist shows he still has his guitar chops with "Fireball 500" and "Wing Walker". Guitar whiz Deke Dickerson appears with a new classic with the song "King Of The Kustomizers", followed by three more fun-filled tunes. Another classic guitar group featured is horror's own the Ghastly Ones with reverb bone-chilling sounds. The Neanderthals rock it up with "Flintmobile" complete with Flint-Effects that will have you craving a bronto burger! SoCal's own Dynotones gas it up with more of their special hot rod tunes. To charm you even more is Germany's surf kings, the Kilaueas, with "Cosma Ray". This album is dedicated as a tribute to George Barris, the legendary car kustomizer. You may not know George by name but you know his cars. He has created countless kustom TV and movie cars such as the 1966 Batmobile car, the Munsters Koach and Dragula cars and he has built cars for stars like Elvis Presley, Ringo Starr and so many more. Limited to 1000 copies on gold vinyl.

    Gaslight Anthem- The 59 Sound LP
    Restock on vinyl. Look for their brand new album coming very soon!

    Matt Sweeney & Bonnie Prince Billy- Superwolf LP
    Will Oldham's musical personality is strong and distinct enough that when he collaborates with another artist, with rare exception he firmly takes the lead (whether or not that was the intention). And while guitarist Matt Sweeney (formerly of Chavez and Zwan) gets equal billing with Oldham's alter ego Bonnie "Prince" Billy on 2005's Superwolf, one listen confirms that this is primarily Oldham's work, with Sweeney obviously second in command. (The liner notes state that Oldham wrote the lyrics and Sweeney wrote the music, though to these ears Sweeney is either remarkably gifted at channeling Oldham's musical notions or the lyricist passed along a few melodic ideas as well.) However, this isn't to say Sweeney's presence isn't strongly and clearly felt here -- Superwolf exists in a musical landscape very much like Bonnie "Prince" Billy's earlier recorded work, such as Ease Down the Road and I See a Darkness, but Sweeney's periodic interjections of hard guitar lines give this a firmer musical texture and a stronger structural backbone than one might expect. Also, with Sweeney on hand, Oldham has kept some of his less appealing musical eccentricities in check -- this is one of his strongest and best-focused works in years, with the slow tempos adding drama to songs that manage to go somewhere in dramatic fashion despite their deliberate pace, and Sweeney's spare but evocative guitar lines fill the spaces without cluttering the frames. Even if Oldham ends up being front and center on Superwolf, the results make it clear the man works best with a strong collaborator, and it's hard not to hope Oldham and Sweeney continue to work together in the future.

    Skeletonwitch- Beyond The Permafrost LP
    The classic heavy metal revival of the mid-'00s seems to break down into two major categories: bands devoted to replicating one specific genre in minute, authentic detail -- be that '80s thrash, the New Wave of British Heavy Metal, or '70s doom -- and bands attempting to blend all of these, and other worthy subgenres, into a new-fangled gumbo all their own. Such is the goal of Athens, OH's Skeletonwitch, whose fabulously named sophomore full-length, Beyond the Permafrost, starts off with a steaming helping of vintage thrash sounds, then garnishes them with smaller but still clearly defined ingredients of black, death, and vintage heavy metal -- plus the aforementioned N.W.O.B.H.M. Beyond the Permafrost's unapologetically metal cover art alone is sure to earn the scorn of musical hipsters everywhere, but the sheer ferocity and white-knuckled velocity of swords-and-sorcery thrash anthems like "Upon Wings of Black," "Sacrifice for the Slaughtergod," and "Fire from the Sky" will have those who stick around crying out for Mommy! If not that, then the fearsome vocals of Chance Garnette should do the trick, as he alternates between guttural death growls and higher-pitched black metal screeches, both performed with equal measures of wild-eyed excitement.

    Devin Townsend- Accelerated Evolution LP
    Devin Townsend's Accelerated Evolution is an alt rock disc that successfully draws on different eras. This album isn't flat-out retro; the Canadian rocker provides enough downtuned guitars to put this CD in the alt rock category. And yet Accelerated Evolution has a big sound that suggests the pop-metal, arena rock and hard rock of the '70s and '80s -- big melodies, big harmonies, big guitars, big vocals, big production. Yes, Townsend provides downtuned guitar and chugging guitar, but he also provides a lot of gloss and brightness -- the sort of gloss and brightness that '70s and '80s arena rockers brought to the studio. Another thing about Townsend that recalls those decades is his sense of pop/rock craftsmanship; Accelerated Evolution is extremely listenable. The fact that Townsend's credits includes Steve Vai and Front Line Assembly tells you how far-reaching and eclectic he is, and it also explains how he manages to make a blend of '70s/'80s arena rock/pop-metal and '90s/2000s alt rock sound so logical and coherent on this excellent album.

    Devin Townsend- Addicted LP
    Devin Townsend's maniacal/wacky tendencies duel with his instinct for skull-crushing heaviness on Addicted, the second in a planned trilogy of albums he's put together since retiring his ultimate metal band, Strapping Young Lad, a few years back. Anneke van Giersbergen, formerly of the Gathering, is Townsend's vocal partner throughout much of the album, creating a Lacuna Coil-esque effect as he roars and she croons and the guitar riffs ride almost disco/techno rhythms. "Bend It Like Bender" is a particularly weird blend of metal and Hi-NRG, something Rammstein might come up with after a weekend of carousing in Berlin's most flamboyant discos. Other tracks, like "Supercrush" and the mostly acoustic "Ih-Ah," offer a kind of anthemic pop crunch that could rocket up the charts in an alternate universe. When he's not screaming his lungs out, Townsend is a hell of a singer, and his voice intertwines with van Giersbergen's in a very European way -- many of Addicted's songs have the feel of a metallic Ace of Base, and that's not actually a bad thing. But then there's a song like "Numbered" or the nearly ten-minute album closer, "Awake," to smash the listener's skull to powder all over again.

    Operation Ivy- Energy LP
    Back in stock on LP.

    Jeff Beck- Jeff Beck Group LP
    Continuing with the same group lineup as on Rough and Ready, Jeff Beck Group was slagged off by critics for Steve Cropper's admittedly lazy production. However, several of the songs hold up masterfully, including the skronky "Ice Cream Cakes," the superlative redo of Don Nix's "Going Down," and the beautifully sad and wistful instrumental, "Definitely Maybe."

    Lightnin' Hopkins- Lightnin' Sam Hopkins LP
    Recorded in Berkeley, CA and Houston, TX during the winter of 1961-62, Lightnin' Sam Hopkins features a stripped-down blues trio on some of the most intimate and powerful recordings of Hopkins' long and storied career. An absolute classic of electric Texas blues.

    SBTRKT- SBTRKT LP
    Self-titled full-length debut by SBTRKT, a wickedly talented producer based in South London. SBTRKT (pronounced "subtract") has left his imprint on UK music by seamlessly fusing Detroit Techno, Berlin Electro and classic 2-Step into the thriving London Dubstep scene - although this masked man fits comfortably in any category he wishes to occupy. While massively prolific, a minimalist ethos runs through the work and style of SBTRKT, not just in the name but in the precision of the sonics and arrangements. He has done remixes for M.I.A., Modeselektor & Basement Jaxx, and has previously released 2 Eps via Young Turks ("Soundboy Shift" & "Step In Shadows"). Available as a US import 2 LP, vinyl configurations feature complimentary MP3 download coupons.

    Michael Schenker Group- By Invitation Only LP
    By Invitation Only is a tribute album from Michael Schenker Group, released in 2011. This album is made up of songs that influenced the career of Michael Schenker, besides having the participation of several guests froms bands as Whitesnake, Blue Öyster Cult, Yngwie Malmsteen and Iron Maiden.

    Flogging Molly- Speed Of Darkness LP
    No one does maudlin quite like the Irish, and on their fifth studio album, Speed of Darkness, Flogging Molly show once again that no one does Irish quite like them. With a blend of rock and Celtic folk, the band continues to keep things more pastoral than punk, adding drive where it’s needed without ever taking away from their use of traditional instrumentation.

    Miles Davis- Birth Of The Cool LP
    So dubbed because these three sessions -- two from early 1949, one from March 1950 -- are where the sound known as cool jazz essentially formed, Birth of the Cool remains one of the defining, pivotal moments in jazz. This is where the elasticity of bop was married with skillful, big-band arrangements and a relaxed, subdued mood that made it all seem easy, even at its most intricate. After all, there's a reason why this music was called cool; it has a hip, detached elegance, never getting too hot, even as the rhythms skip and jump. Indeed, the most remarkable thing about these sessions -- arranged by Gil Evans and featuring such heavy-hitters as Kai Winding, Gerry Mulligan, Lee Konitz, and Max Roach -- is that they sound intimate, as the nonet never pushes too hard, never sounds like the work of nine musicians. Furthermore, the group keeps things short and concise (probably the result of the running time of singles, but the results are the same), which keeps the focus on the tones and tunes. The virtuosity led to relaxing, stylish mood music as the end result -- the very thing that came to define West Coast or "cool" jazz -- but this music is so inventive, it remains alluring even after its influence has been thoroughly absorbed into the mainstream.

    Spiritualized- Ladies & Gentlemen We Are Floating In Space LPx2
    180 gram double vinyl edition of this classic! Originally released in 1997 (on the same day as Radiohead's 'OK Computer'!), 'Ladies And Gentlemen We Are Floating In Space' was the 3rd album from JASON PIERCE's post-SPACEMEN 3 project, and his most brilliant work to date. A hypnotic, narcotic, psychedelic gospel album full of confessional songs about heartbreak and drug abuse. This record is a flat out masterpiece that received a 10.0 rating from Pitchfork.

    Jimmy Reed- As Jimmy Is LP
    1977 album from this great Mississippi blues man.

    Crocodiles- Endless Flowers LP
    Latest album from San Diego noise/dream pop group. While Crocodiles have previously weathered their fair share of Jesus and Mary Chain comparisons, on Endless Flowers they wisely embrace that amorous but no less powerful approach to indie pop originally deployed by charismatic acts such as the Modern Lovers and Different Class-era Pulp. Pleasingly, it’s a guise that fits them as perfectly as their sunglasses.

    Silver Jews- Early Times LP
    The early music of Silver Jews is back in print for the first time in forever! Early Times presents all the songs remastered! The songs lodged here are the tracks from the original 7" EP 'Dime Map of the Reef' and the 12"EP The Arizona Record, documenting the telepathic counter-intuition between these singers who went into such specific different directions later in life. 'Trillion Story Walkup' aficionados and apologists know that there’s loads more from these muddy wells, enough so that we might well get around to another dose, another couple sides of Silver Jews early times before too long.

    Alejandro Escovedo- Big Station CD+LP
    Latest release from legendary Austin singer & songwriter.

    Cloud Nothings- Attack On Memory LP
    In the interval since the release of CLOUD NOTHINGS' self-titled debut album, Dylan Baldi has toured widely and put a great deal of focus on his live show. After playing the same sets nightly for months on end, Baldi saw the rigidity of his early work, and he wanted to create arrangements that would allow for more improvisation and variability when played on the road. To accomplish this desired malleability, the entire band decamped to Chicago, where the album was recorded with Steve Albini. In setting out to do so, Baldi and co. have created an album that shows vast growth in a still very young band.

    Burzum- Hvis Lysett Tar Oss LP
    In a genre that thrives on controversy and provocation, there is no more polarizing figure in heavy metal than Burzum's Varg Vikernes. From his conviction for murder (of his own bandmate) and church arson, to his flirtations with fascist and white supremacist ideology, Vikernes has become something akin to Charles Manson in the Norwegian popular imagination. Given the notoriety of its sole member, Burzum's music is almost impossible to judge independently of the man who made it. It's more a sonic Rorschach test. Are you so revolted by Varg the violent criminal that you dismiss his music out of hand as amateurish, repetitive, and poorly produced? Or do you take the contrarian route and hear Varg the anti-hero, gloss over the real-world consequences of his actions, and praise those same musical "flaws" as raw, hypnotic virtues? Would Burzum's music have become influential in its own right, based on its own intrinsic qualities, or would it have drawn any audience at all if not for the tabloid sensationalism surrounding it? The one thing that is clear, much as Vikernes' many personal detractors are loathe to admit, is that Burzum has indeed proven to be a key influence on a whole new generation of black metal bands. That influence rests largely on two albums, Hvis Lyset Tar Oss and Filosofem; although both are marked by epic peaks and self-indulgent experiments, Hvis Lyset Tar Oss boasts a higher percentage of peaks, including the classic opener "Det Som Engang Var." As such, it's the best encapsulation of Vikernes' fascination with mixing atmosphere into black metal's extreme sonics. Devotees view everything here as adding to that atmosphere: the cold synth backgrounds, the long songs and repetitive riffing, the lo-fi anti-production, Varg's hoarsely shrieked vocals, the 14 minutes of ambient keyboard noodling that closes the album. Despite his own technical limitations, Vikernes played all the instruments himself, and recorded the album on the cheapest equipment he could find, oddly enough more for aesthetic than financial reasons. Is it worth the effort to assimilate music that deliberately throws up this many roadblocks? The answer must be yes, since all of those elements are actually keys to the album's lasting influence. Simply put, for black metal neophytes still honing their craft, this is music that can be learned and replicated on an extremely tight budget. That's why Hvis Lyset Tar Oss ended up a much bigger influence on the subgenre of atmospheric black metal than Emperor, despite -- or because of -- that band's superior musical technique and production. And like Emperor's early work, this album inspired a good deal of richly inventive music, from atmospheric American bands like Weakling and Wolves in the Throne Room to folk-influenced Eastern European acts like Drudkh and Negura Bunget (who also copied Vikernes' obsession with local pre-Christian culture). The viability of Vikernes' one-man band format here also helped make lo-fi black metal the ultimate musical vehicle for the solitary misanthrope, spawning a host of bedroom projects across Europe and America. So in the end, like it or not, Hvis Lyset Tar Oss belongs in the same company as early black metal landmarks In the Nightside Eclipse, A Blaze in the Northern Sky, Bergtatt, and Storm of the Light's Bane.

    Iggy Pop- Zombie Birdhouse LP
    From 1982. Produced by Blondie's Chris Stein. This has some great tunes like Bulldozer & Run Like A Villain. Not considered one of his great albums, but I like it.

    Black Sabbath- Paranoid LP
    Back in stock on 180 gram vinyl.

    Black Sabbath- Master Of Reality LP
    Back in stock on 180 gram vinyl.

    Black Sabbath- Sabbath Bloody Sabbath LP
    Back in stock on 180 gram vinyl.

    The Smiths- Louder Than Bombs LPx2
    This double LP anthology is pressed in the UK.

    The Smiths- S/T LP
    Their first album back in stock on 180 gram vinyl.

    Neil Young- Live At Massey Hall 1971 LP
    Back in stock on 180 gram vinyl. Pressed in Germany.

    Norah Jones- Little Broken Hearts LPx2
    Her latest album back in stock.

    Japandroids- Celebration Rock CD+LP
    Back in stock on both formats.

    Coldplay- Parachutes LP
    Back in stock on LP.

    The Decemberists- The King Is Dead LP
    Back in stock on LP.

    Pink Floyd- Dark Side Of The Moon LP
    Back in stock on LP.

    Rah Rah- Little Poems 7"
    Brand new 7" single from local band.

    OFF!- OFF! LP
    Back in stock on LP.

    A Place To Bury Strangers- Worship CD+LP
    Brand new album from New York psyche/shoegaze band. Here on both formats.

    V/A- Studio One Funk LPx2
    The album is a first for Studio One and Soul Jazz as it is compiled of mainly unreleased material from the vaults of Studio One. This LP shows how American Funk influenced Jamaican artists as heavily as Soul music had been an influence in the Rocksteady era and Rhythm and Blues in the Ska period.

    Paul Simon- Graceland LP
    25th anniversary reissue on deluxe HQ vinyl.

    Jimi Hendrix- Are You Experienced? LP
    Back in stock on LP.

    Jimi Hendrix- Axis: Bold As Love LP
    Back in stock on LP.

    Flying Colors- S/T LPx2
    Prog and pop/rock supergroup Flying Colors feature a bevy of virtuoso musicians including former Endochine member and Alpha Rev lead vocalist Casey McPherson, ex-Dream Theater drummer/vocalist Mike Portnoy, Dixie Dregs bassist Dave LaRue and guitarist Steve Morse (Dixie Dregs/Deep Purple), and former Spock's Beard keyboardist/vocalist Neal Morse. Brought together in 2008 by producer by Bill Evans, the band released its debut self-titled album in 2012.

    Television- Marquee Moon CD
    A classic from the late 70's.

    Traveling Wilburys- Traveling Wilburys LPx3 box set
    Everything they ever did in a nice 3 album box set.

    Led Zeppelin- Mothership LPx4
    This is their big anthology box set, now a bit cheaper. Half speed mastered vinyl.

    Fleetwood Mac- S/T LPx2
    Remastered and cut at 45rpm for maximum sound quality.

    Fleetwood Mac- Rumours LPx2
    Remastered and cut at 45rpm for maximum sound quality.

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