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    Monday, June 09 2008 @ 03:01 AM CST
    Contributed by: Dave

    Here's the very beginnings to this weeks list.

    Chesterfield Kings- "Psychedelic Sunrise" LP Deluxe Version (Wicked Cool)
    The new release on LP for the 1st time. Heavyweight vinyl comes with a bonus CD called "From Dusk Till Dawn" which includes all the LP tracks plus 4 bonus songs that appear nowhere else.

    DJ Shadow- "The Outsider" LPx2 (Universal)
    Restock. Double LP on heavyweight vinyl.

    Bert Jansch- "Jack Orion" LP 180 gram (Earmark)
    Jack Orion is a 1966 folk album by Bert Jansch. It contains a number of traditional songs, including the epic Jack Orion: a ten-minute adaptation of the Child ballad "Glasgerion" which tells of a court fiddler’s attempt to seduce a countess and his servant's treachery in successfully impersonating him. A number of songs are performed with friend and fellow guitarist John Renbourn, who would later join him in the group Pentangle. The Waggoner’s Lad has Jansch unusually playing the banjo with Renbourn supplying the guitar part.

    The Kinks- "The Singles Collection" LPx2 (Earmark)
    An epic compilation of their best work.

    Horace Andy- "Meets The Mad Professor" LP 180 gram (Earmark)
    Vintage reggae. Watch out! This may be the hottest dub album of Fall 2004, since it sees two Jamaican heavyweights together in a well blended work of roots, electronica and dub. The sublime singing by Horace Andy - who was able to reinvent himself during the 90s with his successful collaborations with bands like Massive Attack - is here joined by space captain Neil "Mad Professor" Fraser in an interstellar dub trip which will convince (why, is there still somebody who's not?) the sceptics that dub is a truly consolidated subgenre of reggae music.

    Beck- "Guero" LPx2 (Interscope)
    Three years after the critically acclaimed and heart wrenching opus "Sea Change," BECK returned with his most diverse, accomplished and compelling work to date: "GUERO." It both reunited Beck with classic co-conspirators the Dust Brothers and explored territories uncharted by even this most innovative artist of his generation.

    Ryan Adams- "Jacksonville City Nights" LP 180 gram (Lost Highway)
    Restock on LP.

    The Modern Lovers- "S/T" LP 180 gram (Get Back)
    Jonathan Richman's nasal little kid's voice and playful innocence turned out to be a perfect detour for the still-young punk movement in the mid-'70s. This 12-song, 1976 album, actually a collection of demos from earlier in the decade, opens with the ultimate driving anthem, "Roadrunner." In addition to its fun, straightforward guitar-and-keyboard songs, such as the anti-drug "She Cracked," the loopy "Pablo Picasso" and the rocking-secretary "Government Center," the album is notable for historical reasons. David Robinson was the Lovers' drummer before he joined the Cars, Jerry Harrison was keyboardist before he joined Talking Heads, and ex-Velvet Underground violist John Cale produced half the tracks.

    Johnny Cash- "With His Hot & Blue Guitar" LP Picture Disc (Get Back)
    This was Johnny Cash's first album. It was also the only album he released while he was still with Sun Records. (Sun Records did throw together several Johnny Cash albums after he left the label.) Most of the album was recorded in August of 1957. They also threw in four of his older hits, from 1955 and '56. Many people will remember his classic hits "Cry! Cry! Cry!", "So Doggone Lonesome", "I Walk the Line" and "Folsom Prison Blues". But there are also other great songs like "Rock Island Line", "Country Boy", "I Was There When It Happened" and "The Wreck of the Old '97". This is a limited edition Picture Disc.

    John Lee Hooker- "I'm In The Mood" LP 180 gram (Get Back)
    On this 1959 album, John Lee, the guitarist and vocalist shines on numbers such as I'm In The Mood, I Love You Honey as well as his classic Boogie Chillun. 12 tracks.

    Small Faces- "Ogden's Nut Gone Flake" LP 180 gram (Get Back)
    There was no shortage of good psychedelic albums emerging from England in 1967-1968, but Ogden's Nut Gone Flake is special even within their ranks. The Small Faces had already shown a surprising adaptability to psychedelia with the single "Itchycoo Park" and much of their other 1967 output, but Ogden's Nut Gone Flake pretty much ripped the envelope. A no brainer!

    Rod Stewart- "Gasoline Alley" LP 180 gram (Vinyl Lovers)
    New reissues of his best albums. Wonderfully packaged with original art work, gatefold sleeves etc.

    Rod Stewart- "The Rod Stewart Album" LP 180 gram (Vinyl Lovers)
    New reissues of his best albums. Wonderfully packaged with original art work, gatefold sleeves etc.

    Rod Stewart- "Never A Dull Moment" LP 180 gram (Vinyl Lovers)
    New reissues of his best albums. Wonderfully packaged with original art work, gatefold sleeves etc.

    Rod Stewart- "Every Picture Tells A Story" LP 180 gram (Vinyl Lovers)
    New reissues of his best albums. Wonderfully packaged with original art work, gatefold sleeves etc.

    The Allman Brothers- "Eat A Peach" LPx2 180 gram (Vinyl Lovers)
    A tribute to the dearly departed Duane, Eat a Peach rambles through two albums, running through a side of new songs, recorded post-Duane, spending a full album on live cuts from the Fillmore East sessions, then offering a round of studio tracks Duane completed before his death. On the first side, they do suggest the mellowness of the Dickey Betts-led Brothers and Sisters, particularly on the lovely "Melissa," and this stands in direct contrast with the monumental live cuts that dominate the album. They're at the best on the punchier covers of "One Way Out" and "Trouble No More," both proof of the group's exceptional talents as a roadhouse blues-rock band, but Duane does get his needed showcase on "Mountain Jam," a sprawling 33-minute jam that may feature a lot of great playing, but is certainly a little hard for anyone outside of diehards to sit through. Apart from that cut, the record showcases the Allmans at their peak, and it's hard not to feel sad as the acoustic guitars of "Little Martha" conclude the record, since this tribute isn't just heartfelt, it offers proof of Duane Allman's immense talents and contribution to the band.

    Morrissey- "Who Put The "M" In Manchester" DVD (Sanctuary)
    The answer is, of course, Morrissey. Released in conjunction with Live From Earl's Court, Who Put the M in Manchester documents a different performance and set list. That said, both concerts were in support of You Are the Quarry and include a healthy dose of Smiths material. On the DVD, Morrissey is in fine voice and good spirits--and why not? He isn't just in front of a home audience, but May 22nd was his birthday (as he jokes, "I can't believe I'm 29"). The rest of the solo tracks, like "Hairdresser on Fire" and "Everyday is Like Sunday," are mostly drawn from Viva Hate. Bonus features include four videos and another live Manchester set from 2004. Those looking for a career retrospective may be disappointed as his last few albums are largely ignored. For the Morrissey fanatic, however, the hyperbole of the title is likely to be fully justified.

    Suicidal Tendencies- "Light Camera Revolution" CD (CBS)
    Restock.

    Suicidal Tendencies- "How Will I Laugh......." CD (CBS)
    Restock.

    Bert Jansch- "Crimson Moon" CD (Castle)
    Bert Jansch was 60 years old and celebrating the 35th anniversary of his first album when Crimson Moon was released in 2000, and although many critics termed it a comeback set, it was essentially Jansch doing what he has been doing all along, with a few embellishments. Like every other Jansch album, Crimson Moon centers around his amazing acoustic guitar playing and his limited, but disarmingly natural and sincere sounding vocals, and if having Johnny Marr and Bernard Butler along on electric guitar made it seem like this was a major change of direction for Jansch, it really wasn't, since Marr's and Butler's contributions are mostly atmospheric and non-intrusive.

    Dr. Hook- "Dr. Hook/Sloppy Seconds/Belly Up" CDx2 (BGO)
    The first three CBS albums, origianlly released in the early 70s from country rockers Dr. Hook. The single Sylvia’s Mother was a US Top 10 hit from the first album, followed by the smash Cover Of The Rolling Stone from their second album Sloppy Seconds. After these albums, they signed to Capitol and went on to achieve lots of big worldwide hits with a poppier sound. Digitally remastered and slipcased and with extensive new notes.

    Knife- "Deep Cuts" CD (Mute)
    Restock. Special Edition two disc (CD + DVD) pressing of the 2005 album from this Swedish brother/sister duo including a bonus DVD featuring videos and other multimedia fun. The Knife have an appetite for bright, quirky electro-pop and unabashed emotions. The result is Deep Cuts, a colorful album that makes up for an absence in subtlety with an immediacy that should surely reap some commercial rewards. The formula pays dividends on 'Heartbeats' where Karin's vocals are exuberant whilst Olof's synths are brimming with the echo of late 80's disco pop.

    Ellen Allien- "Sool" CD (Bpitch Control)
    The latest installment of jaw dropping academic techno from one of the genre's leaders. Pitchfork gives this baby 8 outta 10. Some of the best headphone electronica to be had from Berlin's uber mistress.

    Robert Pollard- "Robert Pollard Is Off To Business" CD+LP (GBV)
    With ten songs in 35 minutes, Robert Pollard Is Off To Business is an extraordinary rock tour-de-force. The album sports Todd Tobias’ cleanest and meanest production yet, giant songs and riffs that pack a wallop, and arguably Pollard’s finest singing ever captured on record. For Pollard, whose albums normally run 15-25 songs, this ten-song work is a departure from form. Since freeing himself of a band in 2004, his albums have each had very distinct and varied flavors, and his creativity has flowered. Pollard has definitely turned up both the Rock and the Cl;assic Rock on this album! Extraordinarily influential, Pollard is not just a founding father of indie rock, but in the long run will prove to be an important part of rock history, with a significant oeuvre that branches from The Who, Peter Gabriel-era Genesis, Wire, and The Clean.

    Radiohead- "The Best Of" LPx4 (EMI)
    Limited Edition 4xLP box set on heavyweight vinyl. 29 of their best songs including Creep, Karma Police & Paranoid Android.

    Dweezil Zappa- "Zappa Plays Zappa" DVDx2 (Warner)
    Dweezil plays the music of his dad. The band includes Steve Vai, Napoleon Murphy Brock & Terry Bozzio, among others. This is a double DVD set that clocks in at well over 3 hours.

    The Smiths- "Under Review" DVD (Sexy Intellectual)
    An 88 minute documentary of this much adored Manchester band.

    The Smiths- "Inside The Smiths" DVD (MVD)
    An hour long documentary in the words of Mike Joyce & Andy Rourke. With contributions from Peter Hook (New Order), Buzzcocks, Mark E. Smith (The Fall), Kaiser Chiefs & others.

    Nightwish- "Angels Fall First" LPx2 (SPV)
    Limited Edition double LP sets on heavyweight vinyl. Each title comes on different colored vinyl. From Europe.

    Nightwish- "Oceanborn" LPx2 (SPV)
    Limited Edition double LP sets on heavyweight vinyl. Each title comes on different colored vinyl. From Europe.

    Nightwish- "Century Child" LPx2 (SPV)
    Limited Edition double LP sets on heavyweight vinyl. Each title comes on different colored vinyl. From Europe.

    Nightwish- "Wishmaster" LPx2 (SPV)
    Limited Edition double LP sets on heavyweight vinyl. Each title comes on different colored vinyl. From Europe.

    Nightwish- "Over The Hills And Far Away" LPx2 (SPV)
    Limited Edition double LP sets on heavyweight vinyl. Each title comes on different colored vinyl. From Europe.

    Al Green- "Lay It Down" LPx2 (Blue Note)
    Nice double LP on 180 gram vinyl in a gatefold sleeve. This is Al's brand new release which is getting excellent reviews across the board. In his highly-anticipated third Blue Note album of new material, R&B/soul legend Al Green delivers a new urban sound with Lay It Down, a fantastic collection of original songs carefully crafted by Green and co-producers Ahmir “?uestlove” Thompson (The Roots) and James Poyser (Jill Scott, Mariah Carey, Erykah Badu). With arrangements showcasing The Dap-Kings Horns and strings by Larry Gold, all couched in Green’s rich and timeless vocals — highlighted by duet partners Corinne Bailey Rae, Anthony Hamilton, and John Legend — this album is truly classic with a modern twist, expressing the best of the history and future of R&B/soul.

    Xiu Xiu- "Women As Lovers" LPx2 (Absolutely Kosher)
    Restock. Gatefold sleeve.

    In Flames- "A Sense Of Purpose" LP (Nuclear Blast)
    Limited edition numbered picture disc. Comes in a regular gatefold picture sleeve as well.

    Throwdown- "Venom & Tears" LP (Trustkill)
    Colored vinyl.

    Immortal- "Sons Of Northern Darkness" LPx2 (Back on Black)
    In for the 1st time on LP. Gatefold sleeve. Old school Black Metal.

    Melvins- "The Crybaby" CD (Ipecac)
    Restock. The Melvins' The Crybaby, the final volume in their Ipecac Recordings trilogy, applies their uncompromisingly dense sound and irreverence to a collection of covers and original material. A motley crew of guest artists, including Tool, Foetus' Jim Thirlwell, the Pain Teens' Bliss Blood, the eclectic New York City rockers Skeleton Key, and Brutal Truth's Kevin Sharpe, assist them -- and the results are predictably unpredictable. Helmet's Henry Bogner and Hank Williams III team up with the group on drastic reworkings of two country classics, Hank Williams' "Ramblin' Man" and Merle Haggard's "Okie From Muskogee." The Jesus Lizard's David Yow joins the Melvins on a cover of the Lizard's "Blockbuster" and "Dry Drunk," which also features the surf-jazz band Godzik Pink. "G.I. Joe" showcases the vocal talents of Ipecac founder Mike Patton, and in one of The Crybaby's most inspired turns, '70s teen-dream Leif Garrett sings on the band's surprisingly faithful rendition of Nirvana's "Smells Like Teen Spirit."

    Melvins- "A Senile Animal" CD (Ipecac)
    The Melvins have long been considered one of hard rock/metal's most powerful/monolithic-sounding bands, despite only consisting of three members. So, imagine what the group would sound like with two drummers. Well, imagine no more. The Melvins' second release of 2006, A Senile Animal, sees longtime members -- guitarist Buzz Osborne and drummer Dale Crover -- joined by both members of noise duo Big Business (bassist Jared Warren and drummer Coady Willis). The transfusion of new blood has made one of rock's gnarliest bands even -- gnarlier! (AMG)

    Otis Taylor- "Definition Of A Circle" CD (Telarc)
    Otis Taylor, the Denver-based guitarist and vocalist, has a well-earned reputation for creating a distinctive, dark style of blues. His latest album Definitions of a Circle continues to press forward with novel arrangements, unusual subject matter, and compositions that break out of the traditional 12-bar form. It is a fine mix of original music filled with compelling performances. One of the album's strengths is its breadth of subject matter. Taylor, like many of his contemporaries, addresses the tragedy of New Orleans and Hurricane Katrina with a new composition, "They Wore Blue." The haunting vocals by Taylor and daughter Cassie are supported by a delayed guitar riff and an electric mandolin. "Black's Mandolin Boogie" is inspired by the plight of European Gypsies. The song evokes John Lee Hooker, but also features mandolins and a cello. And on the album's closer, "Lifetime of Freedom," Taylor delivers a defiant lyric driven by a guitar figure reminiscent of mid-period Talking Heads.

    Otis Taylor- "Recapturing The Banjo" CD (Telarc)
    O.T.'s latest, including collaborations with Alvin Youngblood Hart, Guy Davis,Corey Harris & Keb' Mo'. Mostly acoustic material with the emphasis on the Banjo!

    King Crimson- "In The Court Of The Crimson King" CD Remastered (DGM)
    Restock of CD's from their most productive period 1968-1974. Truly one of the greatest of the prog-rock/art-rock bands.

    King Crimson- "In The Wake Of Poseidon" CD Remastered (DGM)
    Restock of CD's from their most productive period 1968-1974. Truly one of the greatest of the prog-rock/art-rock bands.

    King Crimson- "Lizard" CD Remastered (DGM)
    Restock of CD's from their most productive period 1968-1974. Truly one of the greatest of the prog-rock/art-rock bands.

    King Crimson- "Islands" CD Remastered (DGM)
    Restock of CD's from their most productive period 1968-1974. Truly one of the greatest of the prog-rock/art-rock bands.

    King Crimson- "Starless & Bible Black" CD Remastered (DGM)
    Restock of CD's from their most productive period 1968-1974. Truly one of the greatest of the prog-rock/art-rock bands.

    King Crimson- "Larks Tongues In Aspic" CD Remastered (DGM)
    Restock of CD's from their most productive period 1968-1974. Truly one of the greatest of the prog-rock/art-rock bands.

    King Crimson- "Red" CD Remastered (DGM)
    Restock of CD's from their most productive period 1968-1974. Truly one of the greatest of the prog-rock/art-rock bands.

    Ladytron- "Velocifero" CD (Nettwerk)
    The latest from the shimmering world of Ladytron, in which they offer up another collection of deep & darkling synth-pop. Now on the Nettwerk label.

    The Heads- "Dead In The Water" CD (Rooster)
    Haven’t heard The Heads? This is the perfect starting point. Your teeth will ache and your mind will expand. Psychedelic noise purveyors, Krautrock obscurist obsessives, and Stoogian riff worshippers The Heads offer a proper CD reissue of their lauded Dead in the Water album. Previously released on CDR in an edition of 100 copies and subsequently pressed as a double-LP, it has now been remastered and sequenced as four sides, as opposed to 30-plus tracks, to achieve the effect of listening to the double vinyl format without having to get up and change sides. The Heads deliver the goods on Dead in the Water, a collection of works-in-progress, monster jams, riffs to infinity, white noise maelstroms, and garage fuzz/spuzz. Riffs, just churning, steamrolling, and destroying, far more than any High Rise/Musica Transonic fan could wish for; driving destructo rhythms that lay waste to anything heard on so-called doom labels; guitar leads and out-there avant improvs that will have shred/bread-heads leaping off their towering piles of psych/New Weird America CDRs, lathes, whatever - this is a non-stop pummel of every sense, and yet there are some subtle droneathons within that will make a Rugby resident hang up his Spacemen suit.

    Fleet Foxes- "S/T" CD+LP (Sub Pop)
    Over the last few years, a new sub-sub-genre of music has materialized. It began with My Morning Jacket, a band whose alt-country sound was oddly informed by the reverb-drenched ambience of shoe-gaze music, and continued onto spaced-out folk artists such as Phosphorescent and Grizzly Bear.
    Much of the recent Sup Pop roster reflects this aesthetic -- Band of Horses, Sera Cahoone, and Seattle's own Fleet Foxes are the recent and most talented culmination of the sound.
    More than other bands under this banner, Fleet Foxes indulges in a nostalgia for '70s rock, and particularly, in the feel-good church-hymn melodies that made The Band famous. The Foxes describe themselves as "not much of a rock band," and it's true that they traffic in rich organs, relaxed acoustic guitars, crystalline guitar plucks and the transparent, support-the-singer school of drumming.
    “We grew up listening to the music of our parents,” Robin notes, “The Beach Boys, Simon & Garfunkel, The Zombies, Joni Mitchell, Fairport Convention, Steeleye Span, Love, Marvin Gaye, Bach, Crosby Stills & Nash, Bob Dylan, Buffalo Springfield, and every other perennial ‘60s band you’d expect to find in the record collections of baby boomers.”.

    Rancid- "S/T" CD (Epitaph)
    Restock.

    The Warlocks- "Surgery" CD (Mute)
    Restock. One of their best.

    Bert Jansch- "S/T" CD (Sanctuary)
    Wow, lot's of Bert Jansch in this week. One of the finest of the real olde guard when it comes to English acoustic folk. For fans of Fairport Convention, Incredible String Band etc.

    Ray Lamontagne- "Trouble" CD (RCA)
    Restock. His 1st album brimming with soulful vocals & introspective lyrics & songs.

    Ray Lamontagne- "Till The Sun Turns Black" CD (RCA)
    Restock. More great songs that step a bit further into the realm of dark pop. Beautiful stuff.

    The Harrisons- "No Fighting In The War Room" CD+DVD (Melodic)
    Brand new UK indie pop from this Sheffield quartet. For fans of The Jam, Kaiser Chiefs, Baby Shambles etc. Limited DVD contains live material as well as videos.

    Bonnie Prince Billy- "Lie Down In The Light" CD+LP (Drag City)
    Restock of the new CD+LP.

    Jamie T. - "Panic Prevention" CD (EMI)
    With his appealingly lazy hip-hop vocal phrasing and his eclectic bedroom D.I.Y. musical palette, Jamie T comes across at times like the mutant love child of the Streets' Mike Skinner and Badly Drawn Boy's Damon Gough. His clever pop sense is his own, however, and keeps the young South Londoner from sounding like a mash-up of his influences, which range from vintage Jamaican ska to the Beastie Boys, via Tina Turner and the Clash. I love the song Salvador which is the second track.

    Black Keys- "Rubber Factory" LP (Fat Possum)
    Restock.

    King Crimson- "The Collectable King Crimson Vol.3" CDx2 (DGM)
    Restock.

    The Orb- "The Dream" CD (Six Degrees)
    The Orb, for years the most fearlessly fascinating sonic marauders on this or any other planet, have returned in 2008 with a new album, The Dream, marking a long-awaited reunion between eternal mainstay Dr. Alex Paterson and lifelong friend and original inter-galactic conspirator Youth. The Dream sees a return to the original spirit which spawned the first two classic albums, The Orb's Adventures In TheUltraworld and U.F. Orb. Working with former Dreadzone studio-wiz Tim Bran and a gaggle of guests, Alex and Youth have created a work of stunning beauty and immediacy while never losing sight of The Orb's original quest to homage personal musical obsessions while exploring sonic territories few dare to tread. The Dream is one of those rare albums that weave its own unique magic after repeated listens.

    Rancid- "Let's Go!" 10"x2 (Epitaph)
    Restock on double 10" vinyl.

    Rancid- "S/T" LP (Epitaph)
    Restock.

    The Sonics- "Here Are The Sonics" LP (Norton)
    Restock.

    Kraftwerk- "Computer World" LP (Warner)
    In stock on LP for 1st time.

    Children Of Bodom- "In Your Face" 12" Picture Disc (Spinefarm)
    Limited edition numbered picture disc with the b-side being "She Is Beautiful".

    Portishead- "Machine Gun" 12" (Mercury)
    Limited one sided 12" with cool etched artwork on the otherside.

    Minus The Bear- "They Make Beer Commercials Like This" LP (Suicide Squeeze)
    Reissue. Remastered with an added track. Comes on Rainbow colored vinyl with free MP3 downloads. This album was originally released in 2004.

    Modey Lemon- "Predator" CDEP (Birdman)
    This crazy groove filled ep was released in conjunction with the 2004 CD Thunder & Lightning. These Pittsburgh boys are a unique trio emphasizing a rolling, sped-up Keith Moon-style approach to the drums; muddy, rollicking guitar; and a maniacal vocal delivery by Boyd, supplemented in places by bursts of Moog and harmonica.

    Modey Lemon- "Season Of Sweets" CD (Birdman)
    Pittsburgh’s most loved sons, The Modey Lemon, rip through 3 years of silence with their new record, Season Of Sweets. With one foot in the sci-fi darkness of their last record Curious City, one foot in their past garage angst-ridden wreckage and one foot in the kautrock brilliance of the German Frontier (what, three feet?) Season Of Sweets is a fuzzed out, driving masterpiece with catchy hooks beaten to death by guitar/synth mayhem and the anchor of Paul Quattrones drums of passion. As primitive as it is futuristic, Modey Lemon is recreating the present, molecule by molecule, every second of every breath.
    The Trio from Pittsburgh returns with another helping of sugary sweetness that rots your teeth and leaves you wanting more. Recorded during the dead of winter in Pittsburgh, PA at the Brass Factory. Mixed and recorded by Jason Kirker, member and principal noisemaker.
    The last 2 years have been very, very interesting for the band. After signing with MUTE recording in the UK and playing the granddaddy of all venues, THE FILLMORE opening for Dinosaur Jr., the band took some time away to regroup and work on new material. The result is SEASON OF SWEETS.
    Driven by drummer extraordinaire Paul Quattrone, the songs twist and turn through the imagery and dark rock that has made Modey Lemon famous. Jason Kirker (engineer and band member) uses various keyboards, moog's and instruments to make the sound more full. At the heart of this album is the energy and mysticism singer Phil Boyd leads you on.

    Opeth- "Watershed" LPx2 (Roadrunner)
    Deluxe double 180 gram LP in a gatefold sleeve with a bonus song. Package also includes a poster and a cd copy of the album.

    Kataklysm- "Prevail" CD+DVD (Nuclear Blast)
    Their brand new release.

    Lamb Of God- "Killadelphia" LPx2 (Epic)
    Restock. Comes with MP3 downloads.

    ZZ Top- "Tres Hombres" LP 180 gram (Warner)
    beautiful reissue on HQ 180 gram wax in a gatefold sleeve. This has always been considered their best album, and if you were born too late and dig the sounds of the Black Keys etc., you'll love this one.

    Johnny Cash- "American V" LP (Lost Highway)
    restock.

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    Last Weeks List (In Case You Missed It)

    Black Mountain- "In the Future" LPx2 (Jagjaguwar)
    Back in stock after a brief absence. The highly lauded sophomore release from Vancouver's kingpin's of Space/Psyche/Hard rock. Nicely packaged in heavy gatefold sleeve. Double 180 gram vinyl with free MP3 downloads.

    Bonnie Prince Billy- "Lie Down in the Light" CD+LP (Drag City)
    More stock in after selling out on the week of it's release. The brand new offering from the prolific Mr. Will Oldham. What can you say, except more of what you love from this monster of (indie-folk) rock. Wish my beard looked a good as his.

    The Detroit Cobras- "Mink Rat Or Rabbit" CD (Sympathy)
    Restock. Their debut album.

    The Detroit Cobras- "Life Love & Leaving" CD (Sympathy)
    Restock. Their 2nd album.

    Hello, Blue Roses- "The Portrait Is Finished And I Have Failed To Capture Your Beauty... " LP 180 gram (Locust)
    First time on Vinyl! FIRST 500 LPs ON BLUE VINYL. The sweetheart duo of DAN BEJAR (Destroyer, Swan Lake, New Pornographers) & SYDNEY VERMONT (visual artist, former Toronto Children’s Choir kid singer) have tied the knot around an infectious readymade classic with their 14 track self titled debut. The Portait Is Finished folds the last few decades of pop music together, drawing on everything from an unabashed love of 80s AOR (Prefab Sprout & Kate Bush) to the cheery mysticism of young Scotland (Orange Juice & Felt) to prime Aquarian age femme folk of the 60s & 70s. The Portait Is Finished was written and recorded over a period when Dan & Sydney took time out of regular life to hang out together, write and read and think about life differently...and be in Spain. From Málaga, Spain’s balmy Mediterranean Winter - where the songs first started getting demoed - to the rainy Vancouver climes where the album was recorded at Bejar fave JC/DC studios, the 14 songs - all penned by Sydney (except Kevin Ayer’s "Hymn") and arranged by Dan, maintain the unencumbered, free and easy spirit in which they first took root resulting in a sparsely populated, timeless pop sound. Selling Point: The pre-release of the cut "Shadow Falls" in November quickly took on the number 1 spot according to music blog aggregator elbo.ws. Hello, Blue Roses followed the songs lead and became the most blogged about band for several weeks second only to Radiohead. (Press Release)

    I Love You But I've Chosen Darkness- "Fear Is On Our Side" LPx2 (Secretly Canadian)
    “After a lifetime of nightfall and foggy moonlight, I Love You but I’ve Chosen Darkness creeps out of the shadows with their long-awaited full-length debut, Fear Is on Our Side. The Austin, Texas, band follows up their 2003 self-titled, five-song EP - a much poppier affair produced by Spoon’s Britt Daniel - with a dose of thunder and lightning, pain and pleasure. Produced this time around by Paul Barker (Ministry, Revolting Cocks), the record is more sadness than joy with Christian Goyer’s lonely lyrics and hauntingly echoed guitar persuaded by Edward Robert’s chorused basslines. The sound is coaxing and familiar, Ernest Salaz’s textured guitar melodies alternately subtle and entrancing; then howling and anguished. From opening tragic tale "The Ghost," the five-piece echoes past ages and foretells the future. Powerful layers rip through the silence, bonding strength and longing with the weight of a sigh. Reminiscent to latter-era Talk Talk, with the introspection also comes passion. "According to Plan" throbs and gristles through Tim White’s pulsating beats that insist on movement. Originally electronically recorded for an Artikal Records 12-inch, the track comes alive here, just as tight as on the original but even darker. Mixing lulling instrumentals ("The Owl") with epic storytelling ("Today We Choose Faces"), ILYBICD breaks out of any genre-specific molds. Since 2001, Chosen Darkness (along with their local predecessors Paul Newman, Windsor for the Derby, and Glorium), have paid their dues by becoming the band to play with in Austin. Now, it’s time to put a sound with the name. Fear Is on Our Side is not trivial or banal. It’s not trendy or futile. Fear is a testament to our times, our revolutions, and our meaning. It’s timeless, maniacal, and resounding. Darkness and truth.” The National- "A Skin, A Night" DVD (Beggars Banquet)
    This is a documentary about The National by French filmmaker Vincent Moon, who followed the group during the creation of their acclaimed 2007 release, "Boxer." It's an insightful and beautiful glimpse into the band's creative process. The DVD is packaged with a separate disc, "The Virginia EP", which contains twelve tracks of demos, a cover, live versions, a radio session, and b-sides. Look for them on tour with REM and Modest Mouse in May.

    Sufjan Stevens- "Illinoise" LPx2 (Asthmatic Kitty)
    Restock on double LP. Beautiful packaging!

    V/A- "...and Back to Earth Again: Ten Years of Meteorcity" CDx3 (Meteor City)
    “Celebrating ten years of riff-rock and stoner-metal, ...And Back To Earth Again: Ten Years of MeteorCity is a three-CD retrospective from MeteorCity's founders as they prepare to depart the label. The oversize custom package contains forty-five fully re-mastered tracks, including previously out-of-print material and a few new surprises, along with extensive liner notes and rare photos commemorating MeteorCity's first decade at the forefront of the heavy rock underground.”

    Duane Peters- "Who Cares" DVD (MVD)
    With never before seen footage, exlusive interviews and an addictive soundtrack, Who Cares tracks the twisted life of legendary skateboarder and punk rocker Duane Peters. Meet the man who shocked the skate world with a healthy dose of hardcore. Listen to the bands that picked up the torche from fallen punk heroes. Roll with speed and style through decades of front line skateboarding. Take a dive into the dark years of drinking and drug abuse and bounce back to still find Duane Peters skill skating, still rocking. Bonus features includes videos from the US Bombs, Exploding Fuck Dolls, and a previously unreleased video from the Hunns.

    Raconteurs- "Consolers Of The Lonely" LPx2 (Warner)
    Restock. Deluxe triple gatefold sleeve with detached art prints. Heavyweight vinyl in nice poly inner sleeves. Very well put together. Plus it's a great freakin' album. Jack White & Brendan Benson, in case you didn't know. Their 1st album is now deleted, so don't waffle too long on this one.

    Stormwarrior- "Heading Northe" CD (Locomotive)
    Really good power metal from Hamburg Germany. These guys have killer chops and their songs are overflowing with hooks and melody. "STORMWARRIOR are known worldwide for their unique style combining True Heavy Metal anthems with the concept of Nordic mythology. Hailing from Northern Germany and greatly inspired by the 80’s metal scene, especially the Hamburg Metal godfathers like Helloween and Running Wild, the band was founded by Lars Ramcke."

    The Melvins- "Stoner Witch" CD (Warner)
    Restock. Look for the new Melvins cd called "Nude Boots" coming in July.

    Iron & Wine/Calexico- "In The Reins" LP (Overcoat)
    Restock on LP.

    Keef Hartley Band- "Halfbreed" CD (Esoteric)
    Out of print in North America for seemingly ages, this 70's blues rock classic is finally available again from the UK. Keef played drums with the John Mayall band before being sacked and starting his own formidable combo, led by the young guitar genius Miller Anderson. High energy and down & dirty, all the bases are covered. Standout tracks are the searing 10 minute "Born To Die" & their gritty version of Skip James' "Leavin' Trunk".

    Keef Hartley Band- "The Battle Of North West Six" CD (Esoteric)
    Keef Hartley came to prominence as a member of the british R&B group the artwoods before joining John Mayall S Bluesbreakers in 1967. He contributed to the album crusade before leaving in 1968 to form the first line-up of his own band. He recorded his first album, Halfbreed (also re- released this month) for Decca s Deram label in March 1969. Regarded as a classic of the fusion of rock, jazz and blues, Hartley went one better later in the year by changing the lineup of his band to include gifted guitarist, vocalist and writer Miller Anderson. This new band recorded the wonderful battle of north west six for decca later that year, around the same time they performed at the legendary Woodstock Festival. Unavailable for many years, Esoteric Recordings are pleased to reissue the album with liner notes by Keef Hartley.

    Opeth- "Watershed" CD (Roadrunner)
    Brand new! LP already came & went with more on the way, hopefully.

    The Chesterfield Kings- "The Mindbending Sounds......" CD (Wicked Cool)
    Restock. Some of the best psyche/garage rock you'll ever hear. From 2003.

    The Chesterfield Kings- "Psychedelic Sunrise" CD (Wicked Cool)
    Restock. Some of the best psyche/garage rock you'll ever hear. From 2007. Now available on LP.

    Calexico- "Feast Of Wire" CD (1/4 Stick)
    Restock.

    Black Diamond Heavies- "A Touch Of Someone Else's Class" CD (Alive)
    "A Touch of Someone Else's Class," the band recorded the album with producer Dan Auerbach of The Black Keys at his Akron Analog studio. Black Diamond Heavies are a two-piece consisting of John Wesley Myers on bass keys, fender rhodes, organ, and vocals (left hand of rhythm, right hand of soul) and Van Campbell completing the lineup on drums and vocals. A family pedigree that has Myers' father a Baptist preacher and Campbell coming from a family of bourbon distillers (seriously, "Old Rip Van Winkle"), the Heavies are about nothing but pounding out their raucous punk take on the blues and soul, southern style. Their critically lauded debut Alive Records release "Every Damn Time" was hailed by NME as "damn brilliant·a fabulous debut" as well as "an impressive set of messed-up 21st century blues".

    Siouxsie & The Banshees- "A Kiss In The Dream House" CD (Polydor)
    A Kiss in the Dreamhouse shows Siouxsie and the Banshees backpedalling a bit from their excellently forthright predecessor, Juju, to update the more avant-garde stylings of Kaleidoscope. This album is in fact the Banshees' crowning glory in this experimental vein. Production and arrangements are highly varied and accomplished, and Sioux's singing by now is excellent, capable of imaginative shadings and free of its former tunelessness. "Obsession" is scored for chimes, overdubbed breathing, swallowed synthesizer sounds, strings, and very occasional guitar touches; this all supports a fine vocal with lyrics about the speaker's fixation on her object of desire. "Green Finger" is a driving, up-tempo number with Joy Division melodic bass, sparkling synthesizer touches, and wacky recorder tootlings. "Painted Bird" features a full helping of multi-tracked vocals propelled by a drumbeat that is alternately skittering and thumping; portions of this song suggest a nightmare version of Fleetwood Mac's "Go Your Own Way." "Cocoon" is best characterized as mutant bopping jazz with an often breathy, cooing vocal. "She's a Carnival" and "Slowdive" suggest eccentric stabs at mainstream acceptance, the former being a comparatively gutsy and forthright rocker, the latter a violin-colored dance beat number with hints of New Order or David Bowie that is a catchy melodic hook away from being the real thing. (AMG)

    The Monks- "Black Monk Time" CD (Repertoire)
    This European version now comes with 4 bonus songs. Four crazy American GI's from the 60's (stationed in Germany) who dressed like medieval monks (they even shaved the crazy bald spots on the top of their heads) and played unheard of angular garage rock. Totally bizarre stuff.

    Discharge- "Hear Nothing See Nothing Say Nothing" CD (Castle)
    A re-issue of the skull-splitting debut full length from Britain's hardcore legends. Originally released in 1982, the album is a hurricane of wall-of-sound brutality, delivered with DIY ethics and an apocalyptic and anti-establishment bravado. In addition to the fourteen album tracks you also get nine bonus tracks, analog mastered from the original master tapes.

    Isobell Campbell & Mark Lanegan- "Ballad Of The broken Seas" CD (V2)
    Former Belle & Sebastian chanteuse teams up with bad boy Mark Lanegan (Screaming Trees, QOTSA) for an albums worth of dark & mysterious music. Smoldering ballads mixed with twisted country noir and the odd indie rock number make for a lovely time. Well worth your while.

    Mark Lanegan Band- "Bubblegum" CD (Sub Pop)
    Restock.

    Jon Hassell- "Power Spot" CD (Opal)
    Power Spot opens with the surging, polyrhythmic title track featuring Hassell's sinuous trumpet lines and dense electronic percussion from one of the album's most significant collaborators, J.A. Deane. Ambient keyboard textures drone in the background and, together with the percussion, form a mesmerizing tapestry over which Hassell's trumpet glides and soars. Images of the African continent emerge from the cyclic rhythms and harmonic stasis; a meditative calm hovers behind the swirling surfaces. The opening title track clearly sets the stage for what is to follow. Recorded in Hamilton, Ontario, in 1983-1984, the co-production and engineering team of Eno and Daniel Lanois faithfully captured Hassell's musical vision while remaining unobtrusive.

    Grand Funk Railroad- "Live" CD (Capitol)
    Either you love or you hate it. Live Album by Grand Funk Railroad was a smash when released and those who loved it played it to death. A hard rock phenomenon of the waning days of the Sixties, Grand Funk proved over and over that they were the live performing act of the time, and this album is a testament to their in-concert power.

    Gov't Mule- "Mighty High" CD (Blue Rose)
    Reggae covers and dub-wise improvising are regular features of Gov't Mule's marathon shows. Mighty High focuses on that heavy Jamaica in singer-guitarist Warren Haynes' modern-Dixie redesign of classic British blues rock. Actually, there is as much Free as Lee Perry in the opening detonation of "I'm a Ram" — from Al Green's 1971 album Gets Next to You — while drummer Matt Abts' New Orleans backbeat under the Band's "Shape I'm In" affirms the mix of Crescent City and funky Kingston in the original. The Rolling Stones' "Play With Fire" is overstuffed with weed-whacked production, and the suite of dub versions in the second half of the album could use more jolting drama. But the closing remix of "I'm a Ram," titled "Plasticine Era," is a hip minefield of wah-wah-guitar bark, snare-drum crack and singsong bravado by Jamaican vocalist Willi Williams, whose 1978 single "Armagideon Time" is a Mule cover waiting to happen. (Rolling Stone)

    Mogwai- "Kicking A Dead Pig" CDx2 (Chemikal Underground)
    Restock. A very nice collection of Mogwai tracks remixed by folks such as My Bloody Valentine, U-Ziq, Alec Empire, Arab Strap etc.

    KMFDM- "Extra Vol.1" CDx2 (Metropolis)
    A 2-Disc collection of non album tracks.

    Mudhoney- "Superfuzz Bigmuff" CDx2 (Sub Pop)
    In 2008, both Sub Pop and Mudhoney are celebrating our 20th anniversaries. We here at Sub Pop could think of no better way to do so than by putting out as many Mudhoney records as possible. So, this May, we’re releasing an excellent, new Mudhoney album called The Lucky Ones and also this deluxe, remastered edition of Superfuzz Bigmuff (which, unfortunately, we failed to convince the band to call Superduperfuzz Biggermuff??…). Here you will find: the original ??Superfuzz… EP in its correct running order, singles, demos, and two blistering live recordings from 1988, all remastered, or in some cases, mastered for the very first time. There are four (4) different versions of “Mudride” here.
    Jay Hinman in the liner notes for the deluxed-up Superfuzz…
    “My feeling—and I know I’m not alone in this one—is that for all the play and worldwide attention several Seattle-area bands got during the 1988-92 period, at the end of the day (and even at the time), there was Mudhoney—and then there was everybody else. To me, you, and most everyone who was paying close attention to underground rock music during those years, Mudhoney still sound like the undisputed kingpins of roaring, surging, fuzzed-out, punk rock music. These first recordings were so life-affirming upon their release, connecting everything great about the sixties (biker movies, fuzzboxes, old guitars, three-minute songs) with the frothing, punk rock of the early ‘80s, that a whole new “style” of music was born. They called it grunge, but to me it was amped-up, clear-the-room, ramalama rock that exploded like Nagasaki live, and it was about as joyous and as fun a noise as anyone’d heard in years.”

    Talking Heads- "Remain In Light" CD/DVD Dual Disc (Warner)
    Restock.

    Talking Heads- "Fear Of Music" CD/DVD Dual Disc (Warner)
    Restock.

    Moistboyz- "I & II" CD (EMI)
    Restock. Rude & crude side project of Ween.

    Moistboyz- "IV" CD (EMI)
    Restock. Rude & crude side project of Ween.

    Celtic Frost- "To Mega Therion" CD (Sanctuary)
    Restock.

    Celtic Frost- "Into The Pandemonium" CD (Sanctuary)
    Restock.

    Captain Beefheart- "Trout Mask Replica" CD (Warner Germany)
    Restock. Imported fro Germany. A legendary album for those who understand. I also have a nice DVD documentary about the Captain in stock as well.

    Dead Meadow- "Howls From The Hills" CD (Tolotta)
    Their 2nd album. Remastered from the original tapes. Includes live video performance from 2000. Top shelf psyche riff rock.

    Roundhead- "Creature Comfort" CD (Smallstone)
    Cincinnati-based Roundhead reach dizzying new heights with the expansive, contemporary psychedelia of their second full-length, Creature Comfort. Space rock without overindulgence or a lack of melodicism, Roundhead's latest mood cocktails provide an apt introduction to a creative ensemble who always brew an unique and often surprising mix. The cosmic atmosphere and fluid-but-unexpected structures are penetrated by memorable vocal hooks and chiming trumpet, which seem to champion the arrival of some majestic extraterrestrial assailant.
    The consuming sonic layers are fleshed out by avant guitar elasticity and a throbbing rhythm section, with bass lines that engulf and caress simultaneously and beats that stoically keep everything reined in with an impenetrable groove. Add shimmering sheets of effected cello ambiance and you have got a record that sticks in your consciousness while concurrently stretching its boundaries.
    Sound references: Eno era Bowie, Teardrop Explodes, Spiritualized..

    Grails- "Take Refuge In Clean Living" CD (Important)
    Now ass-deep in the new millennium, and “post-rock” has long since become the dirty word it always should have been. All well and good, mind you, save for the fact that it gets consistently trotted out for any rock-based band that decides to approach the dais sans vocals. There’s hardly anything to be said for the hollow art of the guitar-gasm at this point, and what worth may have been left in the genre died on a fictional football field in Texas sometime in 2007.
    Portland’s Grails, however, wisely eschew such limp tendencies, favoring not the voiceless, dead-faced riff that supposed contemporaries in the “post-rock” field work until all meaning is stripped away, but instead a global, wide-angle take on psychedelic rock and improv. Since undergoing some major line-up shifts a few years back, it’s an approach they’ve worked like a charm twice before, both on Black Tar Prophecies, a series of off-the-cuff EPs, and Burning Off Impurities, their largely successful 2007 re-imagining of Turkish psych, blues-based Brit folk, and even a few subtle hints of Japanese-styled guitar malevolence.
    When touring on this material Grails augmented their traditional four-piece line-up with drummer Ben Nugent, giving regular percussionist Emil Amos license to step to the front on guitar. Once off the road, the newly expanded group cut the five-song Take Refuge in Clean Living to document this latest chapter in their continued evolution. Though still walking much the same path that their two previous records did, this latest batch of tunes revels in a deeper expressiveness, one undoubtedly fostered by Amos’ non-drum contributions.
    Coming in on the same high notes that carried their 2007 full-length, Grails open their latest with “Stoned at the Taj Again,” a lengthy composition that matches intricate guitar lines with delicate saz figures, building all the while to an ominous, percussive onslaught wrought with creeping dread. “PTSD” continues the strain, both in title and overall tonal sentiment, allowing gentle strums to take the lead, only to have them hit with the constant threat of capsize by a steadily encroaching wave of feedback and far-off tape manipulation.
    Most surprising here, however, is “11th Hour.” Originally done in fine kitsch by the Ventures, Grails’ version retains only trace echoes, pulling the leads apart and muting the percussion until grim latticework of guitar remains. Better still is “Take Refuge,” a track that takes the group’s Turkish fascinations and blends in a flavor of Morricone, pairing a wheezing organ with spaghetti western guitars for a slow burn that gracefully fades into the distance, beginning the sweet finale of what is easily Grails’ third masterful record in an equally impressive run.

    Bongzilla- "Apogee" CD (Relapse)
    Half studio & half live from these weed obsessed doom mongers.

    John Hiatt- "Same Old Man" CD (New West)
    New West Records will release John Hiatt’s new full length album Same Old Man, his first album since 2005’s critically acclaimed Master of Disaster, of which The Washington Post declared “Hiatt has written some of the best melodies of his career,” and Time Out New York proclaimed “...his most vibrant and soulful album in years.” Same Old Man will also be available as a Limited Edition 180 gram vinyl record.
    Same Old Man was recorded at Highway 61 Recordings and produced by John Hiatt. Appearing on the album are Kenneth Blevins on drums, Patrick O’Hearn on bass and Luther Dickinson on guitar, mandolin and national resonator. John’s daughter, Lilly Hiatt, sings harmony on the songs “Love You Again” and “What Love Can Do.”

    Red Hot Chili Peppers- "Greatest Hits & Video's" CD+DVD (Warner)
    All the hits, plus a 16 video DVD.

    The Head Cat- "Rockin At The Cat Club" DVD (Cherry Red)
    Lemmy (Motorhead), Slim Jim Phantom (The Stray Cats), and Danny b. Harvey (Rockats, 13 Cats, Lonesome Spurs), have teamed up in a high-energy, "take no prisoners" combo just to remind the world how Rock'n'Roll is supposed to f*ckin' sound! Forget all those rock posers, who have nothing new to say, passing themselves off as the real thing. When it comes to real Rock'n'Roll, these three guys have lived it, breathed it, bled it and have set the lifestyle example that all you rebels, rockers and outcasts should strive to follow! You have seen the light now come over to the Darkside… Rockin' The Cat Club features a full gig from the Cat Club, West Hollywood, USA, January 2006 and this classic performance is then followed (as a bonus) by entertaining interviews with Lemmy and Slim Jim and also Danny B. Harvey. The glorious package is then rounded off with a superb photo slide show…ENJOY!

    Medeski Martin & Wood- "Note Bleu: The Best Of The Blue Note Years" LPx2 (Blue Note)
    These 3 guys are amazing instrumentalists in the world of jazz, funk & rock. This double LP compiles some tasty sides recorded during their days with Blue Note. Perfect for your next Martini party.

    Cat Stevens- "Tea For The Tillerman" LP 180 gram (A&M)
    Wow, what a find. European pressing in a gatefold sleeve on heavyweight vinyl.

    America- "S/T" LP 180 gram (Friday Music)
    In stock for the 1st time on LP. "Horse With No Name" etc.

    Pennywise- "Reason To Believe" LPx2 (My Space)
    Brand new album on LP! Contains 2 songs not available on the CD version.

    The International Submarine Band- "Blue Eyes" 7" (Sundazed)
    4 tracks from this early Gram Parsons group. Very cool late 60's country rock.

    Gene Clark- "Only Colombe" 7" (Sundazed)
    B-side is "The French Girl". Gene was once the singer with the Byrds. These tracks are from 1967.

    The Byrds- "Live In Holland 1971" 7" (Sundazed)
    A-side is "Lover Of The Bayou". B-side is "You Ain't Goin' Nowhere". The Byrds at this point were Roger McQuinn, Clarence White, Skip Batten & Gene Parsons.

    The Smiths- "Complete Picture" DVD (Warner)
    11 videos plus a short film called "The Queen Is Dead".

    Deicide- "Till Death Do Us Part" LP Picture Disc (Earache)
    Picture Disc version of the new LP. I also have the LP on colored vinyl.

    Ufomammut- "Idolum" CD (Supernatural Cat)
    Brand new! Brutally dark & heavy sludge/doom/psyche.

    Electric Wizard- "Dopethrone" CD (Candlelight)
    Restock. Digipak

    Electric Wizard- "S/T" CD (Candlelight)
    Restock. Digipak

    Electric Wizard- "Come My Fanatics....." CD (Candlelight)
    Restock. Digipak

    Electric Wizard- "We Live" CD (Candlelight)
    Restock. Digipak

    Electric Wizard- "Let Us Prey" CD (Candlelight)
    Restock. Digipak

    Electric Wizard- "Witchcult Today" CD (Candlelight)
    Restock.

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