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    Brand New Shipment Of CD's/LP's   
    Wednesday, August 06 2008 @ 10:28 AM CST
    Contributed by: Dave

    The beginning to this week's stock list.

    Beck- "Modern Guilt" LP (Interscope)
    Mr. Beck's brand new album on vinyl.

    The Byrds- "Dr. Byrds & Mr. Hyde" LP 180 gram (Sundazed)
    Chris Hillman, Gram Parsons, and Kevin Kelley all left the Byrds in wake of the release of Sweetheart of the Rodeo, leaving Roger McGuinn to assemble a new band from scratch. Dr. Byrds & Mr. Hyde, the first album with McGuinn as unquestioned leader (and sole founding member), was an interesting but uneven set that saw him attempting to bring together the psych-tinged rock of the group's early period with the pure country that Parsons had brought to Sweetheart. The new lineup on this album was as strong as any the band would ever have, with guitarist Clarence White sounding revelatory whenever he opens up, and Gene Parsons and John York comprising a strong and sympathetic rhythm section. From 1969.

    Guy Clark- "Old #1/Texas Cooking" CD (Camden)
    Having retreated from Texas psychedelia to front a guitar repair shop, Guy Clark was saved from a journeyman life when several of his songs were covered by Jerry Jeff Walker. A recording contract ensued, which Clark embraced with this country/folk masterpiece. Mature lyricism and captivating melodies mark an intimate set enhanced by the singer's raspy, lived-in intonation. These largely autobiographical songs are never introverted and address scenarios of love, longing and aging in a compelling, haunting manner. The evocative "Desperados Waiting For A Train" exemplifies the skills of a crafted songsmith who reclaimed the art of the singer-songwriter at a time when it seemed doomed to self-pity. Guy Clark's debut from 1975 is one of the all time classic country singer-songwriter records. By the time of its release the Texas native had been shopping his tunes in Nashville for a few years and the songs from Old No. 1 were already well aged and often performed. Originally released in 1976, Guy Clark's sopohmore effort for RCA (Texas Cookin') is another fine set of country tunes that run the gamut of emotions from goofy and playful to brutally heartbreaking, sometimes within the same song.

    Detroit Cobras- "The Original Recordings Munster" CD+LP
    A cool collection of songs that pre-date "Mink Rat Or Rabbit". Taken from a series of 7" singles. Excellent quality in every regard. CD & LP.

    Bob Dylan- "Blonde On Blonde" LPx2 180 gram (Sundazed)
    Restock on double LP.

    Lamb Of God- "Sacrament" LPx2 (Epic)
    Restock on double LP.

    LCD Soundsystem- "LCD Soundsystem" LP (DFA)
    The return of their 1st album on vinyl. Other titles in stock as well.

    Modest Mouse- "This Is A Long Drive For Someone…" CD (Up)
    Restock of an early album from MM.

    Wes Montgomery- "Movin' Wes" LP (Euphoria)
    The idea that an instrumentalist as gifted as Wes Montgomery wouldn't want to just blow incredible jazz in a combo usually makes for the sticking point with his pop albums for Verve. But there are a few mitigating factors.
    First, Montgomery made a whole handful of small combo records for Riverside between 1959 and 1963, reissues of which are freely available. Second, both jazz singers (Billie Holiday and Ella Fitzgerald spring to mind) and instrumentalists (say, Louis Armstrong and Charlie Parker) had long been voluntarily recording pop material amidst big band or orchestral settings. Third, releasing jazz records has rarely made any artist a whole lot of money, and it's not hard to imagine a guy like Wes Montgomery with six kids to support saying to his manager, when the sales figures for MOVIN' WES started coming in, "Yeah! When can we make another record like this?" Montgomery is a featured soloist here, so there's not the excitement of hearing him interact with, say, Winton Kelly or Hank Jones. Recorded at A&R Studios, New York, New York, on November 11 & 16, 1964. Personnel: Wes Montgomery (guitar); Johnny Pate (arranger, conductor); Ernie Royal, Clark Terry, Snooky Young (trumpet); Jimmy Cleveland, Urbie Green, Quentin Jackson, Chauncey Welsch (trombone); Tom Butterfield, Harvey Phillips (tuba); Jerome Richardson (woodwinds); Bobby Scott (piano); Bob Cranshaw (bass); Grady Tate (drums); Willie Bobo (percussion).

    Wes Montgomery- "Smokin' at the Half Note" LP (Euphoria)
    This album is the live equivalent of the INCREDIBLE GUITAR album--Wes Montgomery cooking with a seasoned and communicative piano trio on a set of jazz compositions, standards, and original material. INCREDIBLE GUITAR has Tommy Flanagan, Percy Heath, and Albert Heath; SMOKIN' has the Wynton Kelly trio, with Paul Chambers on bass, and Jimmy Cobb on drums. Not only had the same trio served as one of Miles Davis' great rhythm sections, but Kelly was considered by many to be the most gifted accompanist of his time.
    Miles Davis's "No Blues" is in fact an utterly relentless blues, with Montgomery nailing each single-note, octave, or block-chord phrase with passionate conviction. Bassist Sam Jones's "Unit 7" is another uptempo blues. "Four on Six," which debuted on INCREDIBLE GUITAR, gets an edited version of the head and a slightly faster treatment overall. Kelly takes the lead on the first ballad, "If You Could See Me Now," Montgomery on the second, framing the melody to "What's New" in octaves over Cobb's late-night brushes. The excellent sound quality and almost complete lack of audience noise throughout makes SMOKIN' feel like eavesdropping of the best kind.
    Recorded live at the Half Note, New York, New York and Van Gelder Studios, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey in June and September 1965.

    Nile- "Amongst The Catacombs of Nephren-Ka" LP 180 gram (Relapse)
    Egyptian themes and imagery separate Nile from other death metal bands but their musicianship and creativity are what make them really stand out. Each composition on Amongst the Catacombs of Nephren-Ka feels like an encapsulated epic, brought about by skilled dynamics that never surrender Nile's unapologetic brutality. Adding to the epic feel is the group's bold decision to experiment with chanting, percussion, gongs, and flutes. In on LP for the 1st time.

    Nine Pound Hammer- "Sex, Drugs & Bill Monroe" LP (Cargo Germany)
    Fourteen brand new tracks from the "Ramones in a pick-up" (Billboard). The band was founded by Scott Luallen and Blaine Cartwright (lead singer of Nashville Pussy) and have recently provided tracks for the CBS series "Drive", the upcoming film "Run Fatboy Run", the Adult Swim series "12 Oz. Mouse", and a Tony Hawk video game! TRACKLISTING: 01. I'm Yer Huckleberry 02. Hookers & Hot Sauce 03. Black Sheep 04. Everybody's Drunk 05. Fightin' Words 06. Mama's Doin' Meth Again 07. Right To Do You Wrong 08. Rode Hard 09. Too Sorry To Shit 10. Hell In My Hand 11. Wheels Flew Off Last Night 12. Ain't Worth Killin' 13. Cookin' The Corn 14. The Way It Is.

    Sleep- "Sleep" CD (Tupelo)
    For all their budding, precocious talent, Sleep's 1991 debut, Volume One, quickly betrays their still quite heavy debt to doom metal forefathers like Black Sabbath, Witchfinder, and Saint Vitus. Driven by Matt Pike and Justin Marler's lumbering mass of low-tuned guitar riffs, Al Cisneros' (still going as Luke here) serpentine bass and ragged screams, and drummer Chris Haikus' cyclopean kit pummeling, occasional highlights such as "The Suffering," "Nebuchadnezzar's Dream," and "The Wall of Yawn" prove less memorable than they are sensorially overwhelming. And yet, ironically, Sleep's rhythm guitars would never again be kept as under control, nor would their leads sound quite as refined as they do here (see the cleaner harmonies employed to good use on "Numb" and "Catatonic," for example). This was probably due to the onetime involvement of the significantly less stoned Marler, who would soon exchange the group for a monastery where he would study to become a monk. Fittingly enough, however, losing the versatility of a second guitarist was exactly what Sleep needed to focus their singular power into a crushing force, and the remaining trio would flourish immediately behind the sheer physicality of Pike's six-string style, as proven by 1993's superlative sophomore LP, Sleep's Holy Mountain.

    The Trashmen- "Surfin’ Bird" LP (Sundazed)
    Take a basically unsound premise - a surf band from Minnesota - add a certifiably demented singer, then turn the reverb up to 11. Voila! Los Trashmen! You'll want to collect each and every one of these relics, each a piece of the true Bird.

    U.S. Bombs- "We Are The Problem/Hearbreak Hotel" 7" (Disaster)
    “Brand new 7" by the legendary OC band!!! With a renewed sense of chemistry amongst each other after years of inner-conflict, the band, lead by skate punk legend Duane Peters and guitarist Kerry Martinez, is stronger than ever.

    Tom Waits- "Rain Dogs" LP 180 gram (Island/Germany)
    German import of his most popular album.

    Motorhead- "No Sleep Til Hammersmith" CD (Castle)

    Motorhead- "Iron Fist" CD (Castle)

    Motorhead- "Bomber" CD (Castle)

    Motorhead- "Rock & Roll" CD (Castle)

    Blood For Blood- "Outlaw Anthems" CD (Victory)
    >From 2002.

    The Scoundrelles- "Atomic Batteries" CD (Bang)
    Brand new from this Australian group with connections to The Scientists. Previous work was produced by Liam Watson at Toe Rag studios in London.

    The Real Mackenzie's- "Off The Leash" CD (Fat Wreck)
    Brand new.

    Herbie Hancock- "River: The Joni Letters" LPx2 (Blue Note)
    When Herbie Hancock released Possibilities (2005), a collaborative effort that paired the great pianist and composer with a group of pop and rock stocks from the world over, it was obvious the restless master was entering a new phase of his long career. In that context, River: The Joni Letters makes perfect sense. Hancock and his fine band -- Lionel Loueke (guitar), Wayne Shorter (soprano and tenor saxophones), Dave Holland (bass), Vinnie Colaiuta (drums) -- prepare a series of instrumentals and vocal interpretations of the songs of Joni Mitchell. The vocalists here include those who were inspired by Mitchell, namely Norah Jones, Corinne Bailey Rae, and Mitchell herself on one number (her own recording, Shine, was released on the same day), and some of her peers in the pop world, including Tina Turner and Leonard Cohen.

    Tyrannosaurus Rex- "A Beard Of Stars" CD (Polydor)
    There was a big and obvious change to Tyrannosaurus Rex on their fourth album, A Beard of Stars, as Steve Took was replaced by Mickey Finn, with Marc Bolan remaining the true captain of the duo act as singer and songwriter. Of more significance was the change in the band's sound, moving into far more electric rock territory with much greater use of electric guitar, though Bolan's songs were still often grounded in the fairytale-like musings of his earlier work.

    Xiu Xiu- "La Foret" LP (Absolutely Kosher)
    Vinyl edition of their 2005 release.

    The James Gang- "Thirds" CD (Polydor)

    The James Gang- "Yer' Album" CD (Polydor)

    The James Gang- "Rides Again" CD (Polydor)

    The James Gang- "Straight Shooter" CD (BGO)

    Morphine- "Cure For Pain" CD (Ryko)
    Back in again. This seems to sell quickly & for good reason. Boston trio of bass, drums & sax. Extremely unique mix of rock & jazz.

    The Bones- "Straight Flush Ghetto" CD (People Like You)
    Pummeling Swedish street punk. Great band. For fans of Hellacopters, Social Distortion etc.

    The Count Five- "Psychotic Reaction" CD (Repertoire)
    Count Five were dubbed one hit wonders thanks to their only U.S. Top 5 hit Psychotic Reaction. Wearing Dracula style capes at gigs helped gain more publicity for this lively group. Hear them tear into 11 songs from their only album, first released in 1966, and including their psychotic hit. Added on this remastered reissue are a further 17 bonus tracks comprising A and B-sides of singles, previously unreleased demos and alternative stereo mixes of ditties such as Teeny Bopper Teeny Bopper.

    The Zombies- "Odessey & Oracle" CD+LP (Repertoire)
    Restock on both formats.

    The Real Mckenzies- "Off The Leash" CD (Fat Wreck)
    featuring former members of Good Riddance & D.O.A.

    Radiohead- "Kid A" 10"x2 (Capitol)

    Radiohead- "In Rainbows" LP (Capitol)

    Radiohead- "OK Computer" LP (Capitol)

    Radiohead- "Hail To The Thief" LP (Capitol)

    Napalm Death- "Scum" CD+DVD (Earache)
    Anniversary edition that now comes with DVD.

    Calexico & Iron & Wine- "In The Reins" CD (Overcoat)

    Detroit Cobras- "The Original Recordings" CD+LP (Munster)
    15 killer tracks that pre-date the Mink Rat Or Rabbit album.

    T-Model Ford- "Jack Daniel Time" CD (Mudpuppy)
    Recorded Feb. 3rd & 4th 2008 @ Red's Lounge, Clarksdale MS. 11 tracks.

    Sacrifice- "Forward To Termination" CDx2 (Marquee)
    Brazilian import of this Canadian thrash metal classic. Includes tons of bonus live material recorded in Toronto & New York.

    The Flaming Lips- "Yoshimi Battles The Pink Robots" CD (Warner)

    Tom Waits- "Blood Money" LP (Anti)

    Tom Waits- "Real Gone" LPx2 (Anti)

    Gogol Bordello- "Super Taranta" CD (Side One Dummy)
    Gogol Bordello has been breaking down musical barriers since 1999 with a supercharged music based on a brutal gypsy two step rhythm that sounds like an Eastern European cousin of ska, augmented by punk, metal, rap, flamenco, roots reggae, Italian spaghetti western twang, dub, and other sounds generated by gypsies and rebels from across the globe. This is intense transglobal rebel rock, not light headed world fusion pop. It's about believing that music and art can transform negative energy to positive and inspire individual intelligence.

    Van Morrison- "Tupelo Honey" LP 180 gram (Back On Black)
    Reissue of this sweet album from 1971. Gatefold sleeve and a coupon for free MP3's.

    Black Keys- "Magic Potion" LP 180 gram (Nonesuch)
    Limited copies are here again. Act fast.

    Nick Cave- "Nocturama" LPx2 (Anti)
    Back in stock. From 2003.

    Velvet Underground- "Velvet Underground & Nico" LP (4 Men With Beards)
    Restock. Gatefold sleeve & 180 gram vinyl.

    U2- "Boy" LP Remastered 180 gram (Mercury)
    U2’s first three albums have been re-mastered and will be released by Universal on July 21st. Following the re-mastered release of The Joshua Tree last year, Edge has overseen a similar re-mastering of Boy (1980), October (1981) and War (1983), all of which have been re-mastered from the original audio tapes. The packaging on all three titles has been restored and expanded, with new liner notes for each record, previously unseen photos and full lyrics. A single album re-mastered version on 180gram vinyl with restored packaging. Tracklisting: Side One 1. I Will Follow 2. Twilight 3. An Cat Dubh 4. Into The Heart 5. Out Of Control Side Two 1. Stories For Boys 2. The Ocean 3. A Day Without Me 4. Another Time, Another Place 5. The Electric Co. 6. Shadows And Tall Trees.

    U2- "October" LP Remastered 180 gram (Mercury)
    U2’s first three albums have been re-mastered and will be released by Universal on July 21st. Following the re-mastered release of The Joshua Tree last year, Edge has overseen a similar re-mastering of Boy (1980), October (1981) and War (1983), all of which have been re-mastered from the original audio tapes. Each album will be released in physical and digital formats; as a standard single disc, a deluxe double version including a disc of b-sides, live tracks and rarities, and an LP version pressed on 180gm virgin vinyl A single album re-mastered version on 180gram vinyl with restored packaging.

    U2- "War" LP Remastered 180 gram (Mercury)
    U2’s first three albums have been re-mastered and will be released by Universal on July 21st. Following the re-mastered release of The Joshua Tree last year, Edge has overseen a similar re-mastering of Boy (1980), October (1981) and War (1983), all of which have been re-mastered from the original audio tapes. Each album will be released in physical and digital formats; as a standard single disc, a deluxe double version including a disc of b-sides, live tracks and rarities, and an LP version pressed on 180gm virgin vinyl A single album re-mastered version on 180gram vinyl with restored packaging.

    Jello Biafra- "Jezebel/Speed Demon" 7" (Alternative Tentacles)
    Jello gets together with a couple of the fella's from Zen Guerilla, and the proceed to lay waste to 2 songs by The Reverend Horton Heat. Typically disturbing sleeve art.

    Big Black- "He's A Whore/The Model" 7" (Touch & Go)
    Steve Albini and his group Big Black run through covers by Cheap Trick & Kraftwerk. From 1987.

    Flaming Lips- "Telepathic Surgery" LPx2 (Plain)
    Double colored vinyl reissue. Wayne Coyne later described the album as more open-ended experimentation with overdubs than a collection of songs per se -- some of the random orchestral samples and other drop-ins indicate as much -- but Telepathic Surgery has its joys, as much garage rock nuttiness as fried, off-kilter post-punk. Originally released in 1989.

    Donovan- "A Gift From A Flower To A Garden" CD (BGO)
    Rock music's first two-LP box set, A Gift from a Flower to a Garden overcomes its original shortcomings and stands out as a prime artifact of the flower-power era that produced it. The music still seems a bit fey, and overall more spacy than the average Moody Blues album of this era, but the sheer range of subjects and influences make this a surprisingly rewarding work. Essentially two albums recorded simultaneously in the summer of 1967, the electric tracks include Jack Bruce among the session players. The acoustic tracks represent an attempt by Donovan to get back to his old sound and depart from the heavily electric singles ("Sunshine Superman," etc.) and albums he'd been doing. (AMG)

    The 13th Floor Elevators- "Easter Everywhere" CD (Collectables)
    Their 2nd album from 1967. Lead off track "Slip Inside This House" is a personal favorite. Prime Texas psyche rock from Roky Erickson and band. Produced by Kenny Rogers' brother. haha.

    Donovan- "Open Road" CD (Repertoire)
    Stripping down to a Celtic rock format that managed to be hard and direct, yet still folkish, Donovan turned out a series of excellent songs on this one, notably the minor hit "Riki Tiki Tavi," that seemed to show him moving toward a roots-oriented sound of considerable appeal. From 1970.

    Johnny Winter- "Johnny Winter And/Johnny Winter And Live" CD (BGO)
    From 1970 & 1971 respectively. First album is all studio work & the next is completely live. Some of Johnny's finest work, hands down, with the double time version of "Mean Town Blues" being one of the greatest songs ever.

    Lemonheads- "It's A Shame About Ray" CD+DVD (Atlantic)
    The big deluxe collector's edition with boatloads of bonus material.

    Mike Ness- "Cheating At Solitaire" CD (Time Bomb)
    Social Distortions front man steps out with his 1st solo album.

    Mike Ness- "Under The Influence" CD (Time Bomb)
    He's back with his 2nd solo album. Mike's solo efforts are heavily influenced by country music.

    Mogwai- "Mr Beast" CD+DVD (Matador)
    From 2006. The DVD features a 40 minute documentary on the making of the album. Limited edition vinyl is currently in stock as well.

    Mogwai- "Rock Action" CD (Matador)
    Restock. From 2001.

    Buffalo Killers- "S/T" CD (Alive)
    From the same great label that brought you the 1st album by the Black Keys & currently the Black Diamond Heavies. Buffalo Killers have come from the ashes of Thee Shams, a standout garage combo who loved the sound of the early Rolling Stones. Buffalo Killers continue to mine the past with a sound that's reminiscent of The James Gang, Neil Young etc.

    Fabienne Delsol & The Bristols- "The Best Of...." CD (Damaged Goods)
    Attracted to the British music scene of the time, Fabienne moved to London in 1996, almost immediately joining the Bristols, a then studio project consisting of Liam Watson and Ed Deegan, two producer-engineers at Toerag Studios.
    Fabienne had never really sung before but after Liam’s proposition for an audition and knowing that his taste in music was so perfectly matching hers, she was determined to give it a go. The first single ‘Questions I Can’t Answer’ was recorded in a couple of hours, the first vocal take being used on the record that came out the same year on a Damaged Goods 7”. The Bristols were by then willing to make the most of it and in order to play live and tour decided to form a full line up, including members of the Headcoats, Kaisers and Cee Bee Beaumont.
    After two albums, a few singles and several tours of Europe, the Bristols came to an end when Fabienne was unable to find a suitable new bass player to replace the recently departed one. Eager to carry on singing, Fabienne went solo, getting backing from various musicians but with no fixed line up.
    With the help of Liam Watson producing, Fabienne recorded her first album ‘No Time For Sorrows’ concentrating on a more elaborate but similar style she had previously experienced with the Bristols. One of the key tracks, ‘I’m Gonna Haunt You’ received extensive airplay on Australian radio, as well as the French ‘Laisse Tomber Les Filles’. One track ‘Pied Piper’ has recently been used on a American TV advert for the PayLess Shoe Store!
    A few years later and after a few months of recording sessions at Toe Rag, the second album ‘Between You And Me’ is now out, again thanks to some great playing and impeccable production from Messrs Liam Watson and Ed Turner. The album features writing contributions from Pete Molinari, George Miller and Peder Bernhardt and this time round more songs in French. We hope it will be music to your ears. It also comes in a nice package.
    Fabienne has started working on her third solo album which will be out in 2009.
    Fabienne has a myspace page… http://www.myspace.com/fabiennedelsol

    Iron & Wine- "Our Endless Numbered Days" CD (Sub Pop)
    On Our Endless Numbered Days, the follow-up to 2002's stunningly good Creek Drank the Cradle, the sound of Iron & Wine has changed but the song remains the same. No longer does Sam Beam record his intimate songs in the intimate surroundings of his home. Instead he has made the jump to the recording studio. As a result the record is much cleaner, less cocoon-like, certainly more the product of someone who has become a professional musician and not someone who just records for fun on a four-track. However, all Beam has sacrificed is sound quality. The sound of the record is still very intimate and simple, with very subtle arrangements that leave his voice and lyrics as the focal point. Luckily all the technology in the world can't affect Beam's voice, which still sounds like it comes right from his lips into your ear as if he were an angel perched on your shoulder.

    Gov't Mule- "Dose" CD (Evangeline)
    2nd studio album from this heavy southern blues rock trio. Warren Haynes (guitar, vocals) leads the charge in this group when he's not axe shredding for the Allman Brothers.

    Street Dogs- "State Of Grace" CD (Hellcat)
    Tracing the Street Dogs' story on the eve of the release of their new album, State of Grace, is no easy task. One thing that all parties can agree on is where it all started. At a time when the music scene teems with mediocrity and fashion-oriented bands that are simultaneously from nowhere and of everywhere, maintaining a sense of roots, politics, and place has become the band's calling card, a way of demonstrating to the world that they most decidedly stand for something.
    The Street Dogs, it is somewhat of an understatement to say, are from Boston. Mike McColgan's name was already indelibly linked with the city, as he had already made his name as the frontman for the Dropkick Murphys, the standard-bearers of Boston punk during the late 1990s. Most musicians dream of achieving that kind of once in a lifetime success. But the Murphys' rise to fame was something of an entr'acte for the duty-bound McColgan, who had already served in the military prior to forming the band, and who aspired to follow in the footsteps of his uncle and join the Boston Fire Department. So it was that McColgan left the stage for the firehouse in 1998, working over the following years as an EMT and a firefighter.

    Coffins- "Buried Death" LP (20 Buck Spin)
    Brutal Japanese sludge & doom. 180 gram vinyl in a gatefold sleeve. Limited edition.

    Kathleen Edwards- "Asking For Flowers" LP (Maple Music)
    Restock on LP. Playing at Folk Festival this weekend.

    Agnostic Front- "Live @ CBGB's" CD+DVD (Nuclear Blast)
    To call AGNOSTIC FRONT a living legend would be an understatement: Roger Miret and the guys have always been and will always be one of the most important driving forces of the Hardcore scene. Their sound influenced whole generations of Hardcore bands, and it is definitely about time for AGNOSTIC FRONT to release an overview of their career with “Live At CBGB”.
    Roger Miret says of the DVD/CD, “We had been a band for 25 years and done a lot of things, but we had never done an official DVD. We thought that it would be great to do a live DVD, but only if we could actually capture what it is really like to be at one of our shows. Agnostic Front has always been a live band so capturing that truth and the essence of the group was extremely important to us. I don’t know how else to describe this DVD other than chaos at it's best. There are bodies flying around everywhere. People with smiles on there faces, head butting each other. No attitudes... no violence... just respect and genuine NYHC at it's best!” „The audio portion of this DVD/CD is unreal. Dean Batulonis and Bob Strakele from Atomic Recording Company plus Matt Henderson (formally of Agnostic Front, Madball) did a great job with the recording and mixing. It is hands down the best live recording of us to date! I feel that this is one of our most exciting releases even down to the packaging. It’s 100% us being us, a true representation of Agnostic Front live at CBGB’s.“ Released in 2006.

    Coldplay- "A Rush Of Blood To The Head" LP (EMI)
    Restock on LP.

    Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings- "100 Days, 100 Nights" CD (Dap-Tone)

    Gossip- "That's Not What I Hear" CD (KRS)

    Gossip- "Movement" CD (KRS)

    Cannabis Corpse- "Blunted At Birth" CD (Forcefield)
    Cannabis Corpse is a band that was born in the summer of 2006 as a way to express our love of smoking weed and listening to Cannibal Corpse. The tunes for the first album "blunted at birth" were recorded in Weedgrinders kitchen on a boss br 900 digital 8-track while slowly smoking away huge chunks of memory with the finest bud in oregon hill. We did it in the hopes of creating a band that got you stoned with a sick oldschool death metal sound alone! We can promise you that every growl, every guitar riff, and every drum beat was done when we were completely obliterated on sweet sweet chiba.We wanted people to spark up a doober and follow along with the lyrics so they could be transported into a horrific world where you are not safe from getting your weed stolen by bloodthirsty zombies or getting captured by an ancient cult that cultivates demonic weed with the blood and body parts of sacred ritual sacrifice! We had no Idea just how well received the album would be by all our "buds" out there in the death metal community. "When Weed Replaces Life".

    Iron Maiden- "Somewhere In Time" LPx2 (EMI)
    Double Picture Disc format. Gatefold sleeve. Heavy duty man!

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