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  • Babylon By Bus (On Sale) Babylon By Bus (On Sale) On Sale Quick View

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    Babylon By Bus (On Sale)

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    Arguably the most influential live reggae album ever, Babylon by Bus captures Bob Marley and the Wailers during the European leg of their Kaya tour in the spring of 1978. The success of this set was not entirely unexpected, however. If the universal and widespread acclaim of LIVE! -- their first concert recording -- was an indicator, all involved knew that a Bob Marley & the Wailers performance contained unique energies and a vibe all of its own. Sharply contrasting the somewhat pastoral grooves of the Kaya album, Babylon by Bus possesses a more aggressive sound -- which was a trademark of this particular band. Tyrone Downie's progressive rock keyboard flavors on Exodus, as well his judiciously located percussive clavinet accentuations during Punky Reggae Party, lock in with Aston Familyman Barrett's viscous basslines to create something akin to psychedelic reggae or even along the lines of Parliament/Funkadelic. Likewise, Heathen highlights Anderson's explosive guitar leads, which are distinctly reminiscent of Eddie Hazel from his early days with Funkadelic.



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    LP 1
    1. Positive Vibration
    2. Punky Reggae Party
    3. Exodus
    4. Stir It Up
    5. Rat Race
    6. Concrete Jungle
    7. Kinky Reggae


    LP 2
    1. Lively Up Yourself
    2. Rebel Music (3 O'Clock Roadblock)
    3. Medley: War / No More Trouble
    4. Is This Love
    5. Heathen
    6. Jammin'

    Bob Marley
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  • Plagues Of Babylon Plagues Of Babylon Quick View

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    Plagues Of Babylon


    Limited To 1000 Copies


    ICED EARTH returns with their brand new masterpiece, "Plagues Of Babylon!" Having already established themselves as one of Heavy Metal's most driven forces throughout their illustrious career, "Dystopia" marked a much celebrated studio debut for new vocalist Stu Block, leading ICED EARTH into touring activities which culminated into the stunning live release "Live In Ancient Kourion." Now, the metal legends return with their brand new opus (recorded at Principal Studios, Germany (KREATOR, IN EXTREMO, GRAVE DIGGER)) once again setting ICED EARTH on another blaze for worldwide glory! Double LP Version.

    1. Plagues Of Babylon
    2. Democide
    3. The Culling
    4. Among The Living Dead
    5. Resistance
    6. The End
    7. If I Could See You
    8. Cthulhu
    9. Peacemaker
    10. Parasite
    11. Spirit Of The Times
    12. Highwayman
    13. Outro
    Iced Earth
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  • Richest Man In Babylon Richest Man In Babylon Quick View

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    Richest Man In Babylon

    LP reissue of Thievery Corporation's third album, out of print since original release in 2002. Features guest vocalists Emiliana Torrini, LouLou and Pam Bricker.
    1. Heaven's Gonna Burn Your Eyes
    2. Facing East
    3. The Outernationalist
    4. Interlude
    5. Omid (Hope)
    6. All That We Perceive
    7. Un Simple Histoire (A Simple Story)
    8. Meu Destino (My Destiny)
    9. Exilio (Exile)
    10. From Creation
    11. The Richest Man in Babylon
    12. Liberation Front
    13. The State of the Union
    14. Until the Morning
    15. Resolution
    Thievery Corporation
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  • Rastafari: The Dreads Enter Babylon 1955-83 Rastafari: The Dreads Enter Babylon 1955-83 Quick View

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    Rastafari: The Dreads Enter Babylon 1955-83

    Soul Jazz Records' new album, 'Rastafari: The Dreads Enter Babylon 1955-83,' charts the many links between reggae music and the Rastafarian faith. Featuring the music of Count Ossie, Johnny Clarke, The Mystic Revelation of Rastafari, Ras Michael and The Sons of Negus, Bongo Herman, Roy Ashanti (Congos), Earth & Stone, Mutabaruka and many more-this is an in-depth look at some of the mostunique and righteous music ever made. It comes complete with a 40+ page outsize booklet, containing exclusive photography, plus extensive historical and contextual sleeve notes.
    1. Count Ossie and The Rasta Family - 'Africa We Want Fe Go'
    2. Johnny Clarke - 'None Shall Escape The Judgement'
    3. Laurel Aitken - 'Haile Selassie'
    4. Count Ossie and The Mystic Revelation Of Rastafari - 'Tales Of Mozambique'
    5. Ras Michael and The Sons Of Negus - 'Booma Yeah'
    6. Mutabaruka - 'Say'
    7. Bongo Herman and Jah Lloyd - 'African Drums'
    8. Ashanti Roy - 'Hail The Words Of Jah'
    9. Count Ossie and The Mystic Revelation Of Rastafari - 'Sam's Intro'
    10. Bongo Herman, Les and Bunny - 'Salaam'
    11. Winston and Ansell - 'Zion I'
    12. Techniques All Stars - 'Zion I Version'
    13. Lord Lebby and The Jamaican Calypsonians - 'Ethiopia'
    14. Count Ossie & Leslie Butler - 'Soul Drums'
    15. The Heaven Singers - 'Rasta Dreadlocks'
    16. Rod Taylor - 'His Imperial Majesty'
    17. Q.Q. - 'Betta Must Come'
    18. Earth & Stone - 'Jah Will Cut You Down'
    19. Count Ossie & The Mystic Revelation Of Rastafari - 'Narration'
    20. Ronald Downer and Count Ossie - 'A Ju Ju Wa'
    Various Artists
    $29.99
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  • Gemini, Her Majesty Gemini, Her Majesty Quick View

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    Gemini, Her Majesty

    2014 studio album release from the four-piece band based in Seal Beach, California.
    1. Intro
    2. Ruby Cumulous
    3. Wide Open
    4. Stargazer
    5. Fire To The Ocean
    6. G2G
    7. Will You Be Tomorrow
    8. Meow! Meow! Space Tiger
    9. 1995
    10. Penguin Marlin Brando
    11. Future, Buddy
    RX Bandits
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  • Golgotha Golgotha Quick View

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    Golgotha

    2 LP Gatefold Jacket


    On Golgotha, W.A.S.P. are staying true to the biblical horror stories they employed on Babylon (2009): the name-giving place of skulls is the hill Jesus Christ was crucified upon. Faithful Blackie Lawless fans had to wait for new material for six years - and this album was damn well worth the wait! Golgotha follows the path that was established with Babylon and Dominator and is soaring to new heights with highly melodic metal anthems that also feature balladesque moments. A timeless slab of music that proves once more how important W.A.S.P. are to our scene!

    1. Scream
    2. Last Runaway
    3. Shotgun
    4. Miss You
    5. Fallen Under
    6. Slaves of the New World Order
    7. Eyes of My Maker
    8. Hero of the World
    9. Golgotha
    W.A.S.P.
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  • Gaucho Gaucho Quick View

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    Gaucho

    Gaucho, released in 1980, was Steely Dan's last until the release of Two Against Nature twenty years later. The album has all the Steely Dan trademarks: impeccable production, cynical and venemous lyrics and undeniably catchy songs. Babylon Sisters opens the album with silky aplomb and is wonderfully anchored by the classics Hey Nineteen and Time Out Of Mind. Reissued here on Vinyl LP by Universal Records.
    1. Babylon Sisters
    2. Hey Nineteen
    3. Glamour Profession
    4. Gaucho
    5. Time Out Of Mind
    6. My Rival
    7. Third World Man
    Steely Dan
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  • The Complete Island Recordings The Complete Island Recordings Quick View

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    The Complete Island Recordings

    This stunning vinyl collection features 11 albums on 180 gram vinyl spanning a decade's worth of Bob Marley & The Wailers releases on Island Records.


    The Complete Island Recordings includes 11-LPs packaged in a rigid card box with lift top lid, and wrapped in silver paper that simulates the brushed metal finish of a flip-style lighter. The box includes Bob's 70th Birthday logo and all nine Bob Marley & The Wailers studio albums recorded for Island Records, featuring some of their most celebrated releases, including Catch A Fire, their 1973 label debut, and Rastaman Vibration, their 1976 breakthrough album in the United States, along with two live albums Live! and Babylon By Bus.


    Vinyl titles in the set are:

    Catch A Fire

    Burnin'

    Natty Dread

    Live!

    Rastaman Vibration

    Exodus

    Babylon By Bus

    Kaya

    Survival

    Uprising

    Confrontation


    Apart from the actual disc labels which will feature more recently reissued artwork, the LP's will faithfully replicate the original album pressings. The Live! album will include the original poster with the vinyl, while the Exodus album will feature the original gold metallic jacket with embossed lettering. The Babylon By Bus album will feature the die-cut cover with the color printed inner sleeves showing through.

    Catch A Fire
    1. Stop That Train
    2. Kinky Reggae
    3. Stir It Up
    4. Concrete Jungle
    5. Slave Driver
    6. 400 Years
    7. Baby We've Got A Date (Rock It Baby)
    8. No More Trouble
    9. Midnight Ravers


    Burnin'
    1. Get Up, Stand Up
    2. I Shot The Sheriff
    3. Burnin' And Lootin'
    4. Duppy Conqueror
    5. Hallelujah Time
    6. Pass It On
    7. Put It On
    8. Small Axe
    9. One Foundation
    10. Rastaman Chant


    Natty Dread
    1. Lively Up Yourself
    2. Bend Down Low
    3. No Woman, No Cry
    4. Them Belly Full (But We Hungry)
    5. Rebel Music (3 O'Clock Roadblock)
    6. So Jah S'eh
    7. Natty Dread
    8. Talkin' Blues
    9. Revolution


    Live!
    1. I Shot The Sheriff
    2. No Woman, No Cry
    3. Trenchtown Rock
    4. Burnin' And Lootin'
    5. Them Belly Full (But We Hungry)
    6. Lively Up Yourself
    7. Get Up, Stand Up


    Rastaman Vibration
    1. Roots, Rock, Reggae
    2. Positive Vibration
    3. Johnny Was
    4. Cry To Me
    5. Want More
    6. Crazy Baldhead
    7. Who The Cap Fit
    8. Night Shift
    9. War
    10. Rat Race


    Exodus
    1. Jamming
    2. Natural Mystic
    3. Exodus Waiting In Vain
    4. Three Little Birds
    5. One Love/People Get Ready
    6. Guiltiness
    7. The Heathen


    Babylon By Bus (2 LP)
    1. Positive Vibration (Live At The Pavillon De Paris, 1977)
    2. Punky Reggae Party (Live At The Pavillon De Paris, 1977)
    3. Exodus (Live At The Pavillon De Paris, 1977)
    4. Stir It Up (Live At The Pavillon De Paris, 1977)
    5. Rat Race (Live At The Pavillon De Paris, 1977)
    6. Concrete Jungle (Live In Europe, 1976)
    7. Kinky Reggae (Live In Europe, 1976)
    8. Lively Up Yourself (Live At The Pavillon De Paris, 1977)
    9. Rebel Music (3 O'Clock Roadblock) (Live At The Pavillon De Paris, 1977)
    10. Medley (Live At The Pavillon De Paris, 1977):
    a) War/No More Trouble
    b) Is This Love
    c) Heathen
    d )Jammin'


    Kaya
    1. Is This Love
    2. Satisfy My Soul
    3. Sun Is Shining
    4. Kaya
    5. Easy Skanking
    6. She's Gone
    7. Misty Morning
    8. Crisis
    9. Running Away
    10. Time Will Tell


    Survival
    1. One Drop
    2. Survival
    3. So Much Trouble In The World
    4. Zimbabwe
    5. Top Rankin'
    6. Babylon System
    7. Africa Unite
    8. Ride Natty Ride
    9. Ambush In The Night
    10. Wake Up And Live


    Uprising
    1. Redemption Song
    2. Could You Be Loved
    3. Coming In From The Cold
    4. Real Situation
    5. Bad Card
    6. We And Dem
    7. Work
    8. Zion Train
    9. Pimper's Paradise
    10. Forever Loving Jah


    Confrontation
    1. Buffalo Soldier
    2. Chant Down Babylon
    3. Jump Nyabinghi
    4. Mix Up, Mix Up
    5. Give Thanks & Praises
    6. Blackman Redemption
    7. Trench Town
    8. Stiff Necked Fools
    9. I Know
    10. Rastaman Live Up

    Bob Marley and The Wailers
    $235.99
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP Box Set - 12 LPs Sealed Buy Now
  • The Complete Island Recordings: Collector's Edition The Complete Island Recordings: Collector's Edition Quick View

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    The Complete Island Recordings: Collector's Edition


    Only 3000 Collector's Editions Have Been Made For The World



    This stunning vinyl collection set features 11 albums spanning a decade's worth of Bob Marley & The Wailers releases on Island Records.


    The Complete Island Recordings: Collector's Edition includes 11-LPs on 180 gram vinyl, a 70th anniversary slip mat and two photos in glassine envelopes, all packaged in a unique hinged top metal box set to emulate a classic flip-style lighter, numbered and lined with velvet. Only 3000 Collector's Editions have been made for the world. The box includes all nine Bob Marley & The Wailers studio albums recorded for Island Records, featuring some of their most celebrated releases, including Catch A Fire, their 1973 label debut, and Rastaman Vibration, their 1976 breakthrough album in the United States, along with two live albums Live! and Babylon By Bus.


    Vinyl titles in the set are:

    Catch A Fire

    Burnin'

    Natty Dread

    Live!

    Rastaman Vibration

    Exodus

    Babylon By Bus

    Kaya

    Survival

    Uprising

    Confrontation


    Apart from the actual disc labels which will feature more recently reissued artwork, the LP's will faithfully replicate the original album pressings. The Live! album will include the original poster with the vinyl, while the Exodus album will feature the original gold metallic jacket with embossed lettering. The Babylon By Bus album will feature the die-cut cover with the color printed inner sleeves showing through.

    Catch A Fire
    1. Stop That Train
    2. Kinky Reggae
    3. Stir It Up
    4. Concrete Jungle
    5. Slave Driver
    6. 400 Years
    7. Baby We've Got A Date (Rock It Baby)
    8. No More Trouble
    9. Midnight Ravers


    Burnin'
    1. Get Up, Stand Up
    2. I Shot The Sheriff
    3. Burnin' And Lootin'
    4. Duppy Conqueror
    5. Hallelujah Time
    6. Pass It On
    7. Put It On
    8. Small Axe
    9. One Foundation
    10. Rastaman Chant


    Natty Dread
    1. Lively Up Yourself
    2. Bend Down Low
    3. No Woman, No Cry
    4. Them Belly Full (But We Hungry)
    5. Rebel Music (3 O'Clock Roadblock)
    6. So Jah S'eh
    7. Natty Dread
    8. Talkin' Blues
    9. Revolution


    Live!
    1. I Shot The Sheriff
    2. No Woman, No Cry
    3. Trenchtown Rock
    4. Burnin' And Lootin'
    5. Them Belly Full (But We Hungry)
    6. Lively Up Yourself
    7. Get Up, Stand Up


    Rastaman Vibration
    1. Roots, Rock, Reggae
    2. Positive Vibration
    3. Johnny Was
    4. Cry To Me
    5. Want More
    6. Crazy Baldhead
    7. Who The Cap Fit
    8. Night Shift
    9. War
    10. Rat Race


    Exodus
    1. Jamming
    2. Natural Mystic
    3. Exodus Waiting In Vain
    4. Three Little Birds
    5. One Love/People Get Ready
    6. Guiltiness
    7. The Heathen


    Babylon By Bus (2 LP)
    1. Positive Vibration (Live At The Pavillon De Paris, 1977)
    2. Punky Reggae Party (Live At The Pavillon De Paris, 1977)
    3. Exodus (Live At The Pavillon De Paris, 1977)
    4. Stir It Up (Live At The Pavillon De Paris, 1977)
    5. Rat Race (Live At The Pavillon De Paris, 1977)
    6. Concrete Jungle (Live In Europe, 1976)
    7. Kinky Reggae (Live In Europe, 1976)
    8. Lively Up Yourself (Live At The Pavillon De Paris, 1977)
    9. Rebel Music (3 O'Clock Roadblock) (Live At The Pavillon De Paris, 1977)
    10. Medley (Live At The Pavillon De Paris, 1977):
    a) War/No More Trouble
    b) Is This Love
    c) Heathen
    d )Jammin'


    Kaya
    1. Is This Love
    2. Satisfy My Soul
    3. Sun Is Shining
    4. Kaya
    5. Easy Skanking
    6. She's Gone
    7. Misty Morning
    8. Crisis
    9. Running Away
    10. Time Will Tell


    Survival
    1. One Drop
    2. Survival
    3. So Much Trouble In The World
    4. Zimbabwe
    5. Top Rankin'
    6. Babylon System
    7. Africa Unite
    8. Ride Natty Ride
    9. Ambush In The Night
    10. Wake Up And Live


    Uprising
    1. Redemption Song
    2. Could You Be Loved
    3. Coming In From The Cold
    4. Real Situation
    5. Bad Card
    6. We And Dem
    7. Work
    8. Zion Train
    9. Pimper's Paradise
    10. Forever Loving Jah


    Confrontation
    1. Buffalo Soldier
    2. Chant Down Babylon
    3. Jump Nyabinghi
    4. Mix Up, Mix Up
    5. Give Thanks & Praises
    6. Blackman Redemption
    7. Trench Town
    8. Stiff Necked Fools
    9. I Know
    10. Rastaman Live Up

    Bob Marley and The Wailers
    $649.99
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP Box Set + Extras - 12 LPs Sealed Buy Now
  • Executive Suite 1 Executive Suite 1 Quick View

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    Executive Suite 1

    A Philadelphia quartet with deep Philly roots, the members were part of various recording entities before Executive Suite. When the Philly sound took off, old friends Bunny Sigler, Norman Harris, and Phil Hurtt decided to give them a shot. The seven tracks come from their four singles on Babylon Records, two of which are part two's, so there are really only five songs. The album is essential listening because of the lovely I'm a Winner Now and Your Love Is Paradise; they got some run with the disco-ish When the Fuel Runs Out, but more serious efforts like You Believed in Me defined Executive Suite's sound.


    - Andrew Hamilton (All Music Guide)

    1. When The Fuel Runs Out
    2. When The Fuel Runs Out (Instrumental)
    3. You Believed In Me (Part 1 & 2)
    4. I'm A Winner Now
    5. Your Love Is Paradise
    6. You Got It (Part 1)
    7. You Got It (Part 2)
    Executive Suite
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  • In Search Of Black Judas In Search Of Black Judas Quick View

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    In Search Of Black Judas

    In Search of Black Judas blasts off with hardcore riffs and monstrous grooves, delivered with classic Bad Brains fire and fury and the quickness to shift into downtempo reggae passages. Its a heady and intoxicating mix of sounds that continues a quest for innovation and soulful vibes, anchored by Darryl Jenifers rock steady lines.



    From the stripped down rub-a-dub of Babylon Leave Me Alone to the dark and ominous Trinity Rub, an excursion into post-punk-dub akin to PIL or The Ruts, Jenifers inventive bass builds a rock-steady foundation on each track. Black Slavery Dayz Mosh is a charging reggae groove featuring Bad Brains vocalist HRs twisted and treated vocals. With Intricate, spacious and detailed production In Search of Black Judas is an aural pleasure and long awaited addition to an already grand legacy.

    1. Intro
    2. Black Judas
    3. Trinity Rub
    4. Itz Too Late
    5. Blackvova Love Theme
    6. Over Extension
    7. Away Away
    8. Black Brains
    9. Hey Love Mosh
    10. Song 4 U,
    11. Black Slavery Dayz Mosh
    12. Jah Rastafar I
    13. Never Seen A Girl
    14. Babylon Leave Me Alone
    15. Interruption
    16. Outro
    Darryl Jenifer
    $16.99
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  • Incorruptible Incorruptible Quick View

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    Incorruptible

    Pressed On 2x 180-Gram Vinyl


    Housed In A Gatefold Sleeve & Contains An LP-Booklet And Double-Sided Inlay


    Etching On Side D (No Music)


    After nearly three dedicated decades, Schaffer, drummer Brent Smedley, vocalist Stu Block, bassist Luke Appleton, and new guitarist Jake Dreyer have assembled the fiercest Iced Earth record since 1996 milestone The Dark Saga and 1998's chart-blazer Something Wicked This Way Comes.


    Titled 'Incorruptible', Iced Earth's 12th record is inspired not by things political but by things personal. Since Plagues of Babylon landed in 2014 to heaps of praise and chart-topping success, Schaffer and team have weathered proverbial storms. Management shake-ups, Schaffer's well-publicized and very serious neck surgery-he's since fully recovered-and lineup shifts all played positively into Incorruptible. But that wasn't always the case.


    Written primarily by Schaffer over the course of several months - a process he calls "typical"- Incorruptible finds Iced Earth pivoting off everything they've learned-going all the way back to 1990's Iced Earth-to come away with an album that feels and sounds superlatively heavy metal. And definitely like Iced Earth.


    From the Viking-inspired power of opener 'Great Heathen Army' to the epic pirate-inspired 'Black Flag' to the aggression of 'Seven Headed Whore', based on the Whore of Babylon, Incorruptible bestows upon its listeners a ceaseless supply of killer riffs, a cavalcade of righteous vocals, a storm of drums, and continuous volleys of jaw-dropping solos.


    Certainly, after 27 years of releasing albums and 666 minutes-or thereabouts-of music, the multi-national band, with Schaffer at the helm, show no signs of slowing down, getting old, or venturing off the deep end.


    With a new lineup reconfigured, a newly completed Iced Earth headquarters to call home, a new record in ready for hails and headbangs, all powered by Schaffer's indestructible drive and infinite engine, it's clear Iced Earth are making 2017 their banner year. Songs like 'Clear the Way', 'Black Flag', 'Raven Wing', 'Ghost Dance (Awaken the Ancestors)', and 'Great Heathen Army' are destined for the halls of heavy metal greatness. In fact, Incorruptible is special. A contemporary classic. A legendary record barely out of the gate. It just feels like a record of import.

    1. Great Heathen Army
    2. Black Flag
    3. Raven Wing
    4. The Veil
    5. Seven Headed Whore
    6. The Relic (Part 1)
    7. Ghost Dance (Awaken The Ancestors)
    8. Brothers
    9. Defiance
    10. Clear The Way (December 13th, 1862)
    Iced Earth
    $26.99
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
  • The Psycho-Social ... (Awaiting Repress) The Psycho-Social ... (Awaiting Repress) Quick View

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    The Psycho-Social ... (Awaiting Repress)

    Contains Guest Appearances by Apathy and Lost Children of Babylon


    Red vinyl version w/ bonus tracks not found on original vinyl pressing


    Jedi Mind Tricks is currently one of the hottest underground hip-hop groups in the United States. Their sophomore album, Violent By Design, has sold over 85,000 copies and is regarded by many as one of the best independent hip-hop albums ever recorded.


    Babygrande Records is proud to present The Psycho-Social... LP which is the cult classic prequel to Violent by Design. Described by the Source Magazine as ahead of its time and by CMJ as A must own for anyone who cares about hip-hop culture, The Psycho-Social was originally released only in limited pressings on vinyl 1997. The vinyl edition sells frequently on Ebay for upwards of $100. That is until now...


    In 2002, prior to obtaining national distribution, Babygrande released the CD version to independent retailers nationwide and scanned over 40,000 copies. Now, Babygrande has opened its vaults to re-release the the vinyl edition of The Psycho-Social in its entirety on limited edition red vinyl. Thanks to digital remastering, listeners can obtain the album Jedi Mind Tricks originally released in 1997, exactly as the artist intended.

    LP1
    1. Intro
    2. The Winds Of War
    3. Chinese Water Torture (featuring Breath Of Judah from The Lost Children Of Babylon)
    4. The Three Immortals (featuring Breath Of Judah from The Lost Children Of Babylon and Apathy The Alien Tongue)
    5. Neva Antiquated: Dark Jedi Remix (featuring The Sun Pharaoh)
    6. Omicron (featuring Apathy The Alien Tongue and The Sun Pharaoh)
    7. As It Was In The Beginning... (featuring The Lost Children Of Babylon)
    8. Books Of Blood: The Coming Of Tan (featuring El Eloh from The Lost Children Of Babylon)
    9. Incanatrix
    10. The Immaculate Conception
    11. The Apostle's Creed (featuring Apathy The Alien Tongue and Yan The Phenomenon)
    12. I Who Have Nothing


    LP2 (Bonus Tracks)
    1. Communion: The Crop Circle Thesis (1996)
    2. Onetwothree (1995)
    3. Souls From The Streets (1994)
    4. Last Straw (Onesoul Remix) 1994
    5. Tug Of War (1993)
    6. Get This Low (1993)

    Jedi Mind Tricks
    $22.99
    Colored Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed AWAITING REPRESS Buy Now
  • The September Sessions The September Sessions Quick View

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    The September Sessions

    On vinyl for the first time, The September Sessions soundtrack (scored by Jack Johnson), are 10 tracks by various performers including G. Love & Special Sauce, Ozomatli, Beat Down Sound, Princes of Babylon, Bombay the Hard Way, and Johnson himself. Recorded before Johnson's first album Brushfire Fairytales, these tracks predate Johnson's rise to worldwide stardom
    1. Pirate Looks at 40 (Jack Johnson)
    2. What Would You Rather Do (The September Sessions Band)
    3. Grey's Groove (DJ Greyboy)
    4. Willow Tree (G. Love & Special Sauce)
    5. Super Bowl Sundae (Ozomatli)
    6. Ganges A Go-Go (Bombay the Hard Way)
    7. Thug Style (The September Sessions Band)
    8. Meaningless Conversation (Princes of Babylon)
    9. Piglet's Lament (Beat Down Sound)
    10. F-Stop Blues (Jack Johnson)
    Various Artists
    $24.99
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
  • Train A Comin' Train A Comin' Quick View

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    Train A Comin'

    "Train A Comin" the 1995 release by Steve Earle was his first album since the "The Hard Way" five years earlier. Steve returned to basics on this all acoustic record with help from Peter Rowan, Norman Blake, Roy Huskey, and Emmylou Harris. "Train A Comin'" finds Steve mixing some of his older material written decades before, such as "Mercenary Song", with choice covers of the Beatles "I'm Looking Through You", Townes Van Zandt's "Tecumseh Valley" and The Melodians reggae classic "Rivers Of Babylon". A critical and fan favorite "Train A Comin'" is a gem and one of the best albums of Steve's career. Issued for the first time ever on vinyl with a double sided insert.
    1. Mystery Train Part II
    2. Hometown Blues
    3. Sometimes She Forgets
    4. Mercenary Song
    5. Goodbye
    6. Tom Ames' Prayer
    7. Nothin' Without You
    8. Angel Is The Devil
    9. I'm Looking Through You
    10. Northern Winds
    11. Ben McCulloch
    12. Rivers Of Babylon
    13. Tecumseh Valley
    Steve Earle
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    Confrontation

    A posthumous collection produced by Rita Marley, based on work left behind by Bob upon his death. Some of his best post-Wailers work is here, with songs like Buffalo Soldier, Chant Down Babylon, and Blackman Redemption. Given that he wasn't alive to do the production that he usually helped in, this album seems remarkably true to the general vision of Bob Marley's albums. Other somewhat lesser-known tracks also help to fill in all of the cracks with some remarkable material. Case in point: Jump Nyabinghi, a nice danceable groove with perhaps less of the usual politics mixed in, but with just as much musicality. Overall, any Bob Marley fan ought to own this album. For the uninitiated, Legend is always the starting point, but, after that, this may not be such a bad choice for additions to the collection.

    1. Chant Down Babylon
    2. Buffalo Soldier
    3. Jump Nyabinghi
    4. Mix Up, Mix Up
    5. Give Thanks & Praises
    6. Blackman Redemption
    7. Trench Town
    8. Stiff Necked Fools
    9. I Know
    10. Rastaman Live Up
    Bob Marley
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    Culture Of Fear

    LP reissue of Thievery Corporation's 6th studio album originally released in 2011.


    Eric Hilton and Rob Garza craft a simmering and hazy collection of atmospheric gems that recalls their early production work but reflects a thoroughly
    contemporary zeitgeist of socio-political angst and unease. Utilizing a team of skilled session players from their acclaimed live show and beyond, Culture
    of Fear finds the duo easing into expansive multipart space-jams like "Tower Seven" and jazzy instrumental b-boy breaks like "Light Flares." Not only are
    usual suspects like multilingual chanteuse Lou Lou and dancehall toaster Sleepy Wonder back to lend their haunting vocals, but several new contributors
    also join the Corporation. Renowned hip-hop MC Mr. Lif blazes the microphone on the title track "Culture of Fear" with a scathing flow that aims to uplift
    and enlighten as it does burn down babylon! Rising star Ras Puma also drops mystic incantations on "False Flag Dub" and the slow burning roots reggae
    throwback "Overstand." It's not all fire and brimstone however, as Shana Halligan of Bitter:Sweet coos sultrily over booming tribal rhythms on "Is it Over?",
    and newcomer Kota lends angelic and sprightly verses on album closer "Free."

    1. Web of Deception
    2. Culture of Fear
    3. Take My Soul
    4. Light Flares
    5. Stargazer
    6. Where It All Starts
    7. Tower Seven
    8. Is It Over?
    9. False Flag Dub
    10. Safar (The Journey)
    11. Fragments
    12. Overstand
    13. Free
    Thievery Corporation
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    It Can Be Done!

    It Can Be Done! is an album of new beginnings. The past year has seen Kendl Winter leave the successful bluegrass group The Blackberry Bushes to tour the country as a solo act, walking her banjo into dark bars, smoky music halls and packed amphitheaters night after night. It's also full of intimacy. With a voice that is marvelously unique and bold, and songs that are both classically poetic and rooted deep in her own experience, Kendl draws upon an old-time Americana and bluegrass bent that brings to mind the haunting vocal work of Karen Dalton and Gillian Welch. Her banjo work on the album is striking, showcasing a kind of expertise that comes from years of companionship with a beloved instrument. It Can Be Done! is a victory album of sorts, and Kendl's third release on K, the follow up to her beautiful 2012 landmark The Mechanics of Hovering Flight.


    Recorded by Calvin Johnson on reel-to-reel tape at Dub Narcotic Studio in Olympia, WA, on It Can Be Done! Kendl is backed by The Summer Gold, Austin Cooper (drums), Joe Capoccia (guitar) and Derek Johnson (cello). Together they explored her year of new horizons. In sweet spinning songs like "Centrifugal Forces," Kendl makes even the awkward, arduous task of foreign laundry seem a steady triumph: "I'm out walking, Tulsa wind, stumbling in place again. Who knew it would be so hard to do your laundry in Berlin?" The following lead tracks "Rosie" and "Dreaming of Babylon," both convey the spirit Kendl has been working from this past year, the very idea that she can choose to live her life outside of cultural expectations and guidelines, even if when its difficult, even if when terrifying. That It is, in fact, possible to manifest the life of your dreams. It can be done!

    1. Rocking Chair
    2. Centrifugal Forces
    3. Rosie
    4. It Can Be Done
    5. How to Keep it Hawt
    6. The Sky Is Green
    7. Hands Behind Your Back
    8. Dreaming of Babylon
    9. Go Easily
    10. Huckleberry Blue
    11. Black Hole
    Kendl Winter And The Summer Gold
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    Tell 'Em I'm Gone


    First Album In Five Years From The 2014 Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Inductee


    10 Brand-New Recordings, Including 5 New Compositions By Yusuf


    Features Collaborations With Rick Rubin, Richard Thompson, Charlie Musselwhite, Bonnie 'Prince' Billy, Tinariwen, And Matt Sweeney


    Tell 'Em I'm Gone is the first new Yusuf album since 2009's
    acclaimed Roadsinger. Recorded all over the world,
    including Los Angeles, Dubai, Brussels, and London, the
    album features 10 brand-new studio recordings, including five
    originals and five carefully-chosen cover songs. Tell 'Em I'm
    Gone features musical contributions from Richard Thompson,
    blues harmonica legend Charlie Musselwhite, singer-songwriter
    Bonnie 'Prince' Billy, Tuareg group Tinariwen, and guitarist
    Matt Sweeney, as well as production from Rick Rubin.


    Each track on Tell 'Em I'm Gone is threaded together by the
    themes of freedom and peace that have prevailed through more
    than four decades of Yusuf's musical career. On this album,
    Yusuf returns to the roots of his musical inspiration: American
    blues and R&B, using these genres to explore the universality
    of the desire for freedom with songs that recall the spirit of his
    earliest days as a nascent singer-songwriter in London.


    "What's powerful and profound, to me, is the overall message
    which emerged, lyrically," Yusuf says of the new album.
    "It suddenly stared me in the face: the struggle for Freedom!
    My God, isn't that what most human beings dream of?


    "I hope this record will help revive the spirit of Freedom
    and re-kindle some of the excitement of those amazing days,
    when every musical door seemed to point us a way out of our
    imprisonment," Yusuf says.


    Stunning originals like "I Was Raised In Babylon" and "Cat And
    The Dog Trap" plus covers of blues-pop standards ("Big Boss
    Man," "You Are My Sunshine") and a moving version of Edgar
    Winter's "Dying To Live" find Yusuf as strong of voice and as
    engaging a performer as ever before.


    Having first found fame as a teenage folk singer in 1960s
    England, Cat Stevens gained worldwide acclaim for his
    intimate and affecting works in the 1970s. His compositions
    "Wild World," "Peace Train," "Father and Son" and "Morning
    Has Broken" remain staples of the folk genre. Following a
    conversion to the Islamic faith in 1978, Stevens retired from
    the music business to pursue important causes in the
    Muslim community; 2006 saw Yusuf's celebrated return to pop
    music with the album An Other Cup.

    1. I Was Raised In Babylon (Yusuf)
    2. Big Boss Man (Luther Dixon-Al Smith)
    3. Dying To Live (Edgar Winter)
    4. You Are My Sunshine (Jimmie Davis-Charles Mitchell, arr. Yusuf)
    5. Editing Floor Blues (Yusuf)
    6. Cat And The Dog Trap (Yusuf)
    7. Gold Digger (Yusuf)
    8. The Devil Came From Kansas (Gary Brooker-Keith Reid)
    9. Tell 'Em I'm Gone (originally "Take This Hammer," arr. Yusuf)
    10. Doors (Yusuf)
    Yusuf/Cat Stevens
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    Fern Girl And Ice Man

    The Lowest Pair had been planning to release a new record in the Spring
    of 2016. So, in early 2015, Palmer convinced Kendl to spend a winter in
    Minnesota, with the temptation of working with local greats Dave
    Simonett and Erik Koskinen on the new material. The duo then set off on
    what would be a successful season of touring their second, critically acclaimed
    album, The Sacred Heart Sessions (Spin: "solemn and
    humble;" The Bluegrass Situation: "deeply felt"), and a new-old-time
    record, I Reckon I'm Fixin' On Kickin' Round To Pick A Little. In the fall,
    returning to the midwest to finish up the recordings they had begun a
    few months prior, Kendl and Palmer found themselves with a whole new
    batch of songs ready to lay down. After much deliberation, they
    ambitiously decided the two collections should be released together in
    2016.


    The new records, Fern Girl and Ice Man, as well as Uncertain As It Is
    Uneven, could be viewed as two windows into the growing and changing
    world of The Lowest Pair. Uncertain stays the course of their previous
    releases, being focused on stripped down, intimate arrangements to
    support their timeless songwriting and haunting vocals. Fern Girl is a
    more moody and adventurous exploration of new sounds, new studio
    production directions, and what it might sound like for The Lowest Pair
    to be supported by a full band, while keeping one foot planted in the
    rootsy aesthetics which drew them together from the beginning.
    Kendl Winter, born in Arkansas, moved to Olympia, Washington after
    high school, drawn to the evergreen forests and the lively and thriving
    music scene. She put three solo records out on Olympia's indie label, K
    Records, and performed in nationally-touring northwest string bands
    before beginning The Lowest Pair in 2013 with Palmer T. Lee. Palmer
    built his first banjo when he was 19 from pieces he serendipitously
    inherited. Shortly after deciding songwriting would be the most effective
    and enjoyable medium for his musings, he began cutting his teeth
    fronting Minneapolis string bands and touring the midwest festival
    circuit, which is where he and Kendl first met, on the banks of the
    Mississippi.


    So, back to that Spring of 2016 plan: with little attention to tedious
    practicalities and with an eye focused securely on delivering to their
    growing fan base a truly special treat; a rootsy, bluegrassy, old-timish
    version of meiosis has happened, as one new album became two new
    albums.


    Fans already know that the chemistry between Palmer's Midwestern
    charm, those long winters spent listening to a steady diet of Townes Van
    Zandt and John Hartford, and Kendl's poetic and playful way with
    words, her unique approach to the banjo (just listen to "Dreaming Of
    Babylon"), and her barefoot-in-the-cool-river-water mystique combine to
    make a powerful sound, but what's new in 2016 is both the inclusion of
    those non-banjo sounds (harmonica, drum, bass, violin) and an
    incredible expansion of their songbook. In a way, two records, the playful
    and the hush, the dark and the rooted, the pillow and the nightmare, the
    pin drop and the starry night; the juxtaposition of the ups and downs
    that are experiences in a day, in a year, in a minute, all this has
    demanded from the band more than just "a new record." Fern Girl and
    Ice Man and Uncertain As It Is Uneven mark the arrival of America's
    next great musical duo, and it's over the course of these two albums that
    that boast becomes clearly rooted in truth.

    1. The River Will
    2. Tagged Ear
    3. Stranger
    4. When They Dance the Mountains Shake
    5. Spring Cleaning
    6. Totes
    7. Trick Candlelight
    8. Shuck It
    9. Sweet Breath
    10. Waiting for the Taker
    11. How Can I Roll
    The Lowest Pair
    $15.99
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    Uncertain As It Is Uneven

    The Lowest Pair had been planning to release a new record in the Spring
    of 2016. So, in early 2015, Palmer convinced Kendl to spend a winter in
    Minnesota, with the temptation of working with local greats Dave
    Simonett and Erik Koskinen on the new material. The duo then set off on
    what would be a successful season of touring their second, critically acclaimed
    album, The Sacred Heart Sessions (Spin: "solemn and
    humble;" The Bluegrass Situation: "deeply felt"), and a new-old-time
    record, I Reckon I'm Fixin' On Kickin' Round To Pick A Little. In the fall,
    returning to the midwest to finish up the recordings they had begun a
    few months prior, Kendl and Palmer found themselves with a whole new
    batch of songs ready to lay down. After much deliberation, they
    ambitiously decided the two collections should be released together in
    2016.


    The new records, Fern Girl and Ice Man, as well as Uncertain As It Is
    Uneven, could be viewed as two windows into the growing and changing
    world of The Lowest Pair. Uncertain stays the course of their previous
    releases, being focused on stripped down, intimate arrangements to
    support their timeless songwriting and haunting vocals. Fern Girl is a
    more moody and adventurous exploration of new sounds, new studio
    production directions, and what it might sound like for The Lowest Pair
    to be supported by a full band, while keeping one foot planted in the
    rootsy aesthetics which drew them together from the beginning.
    Kendl Winter, born in Arkansas, moved to Olympia, Washington after
    high school, drawn to the evergreen forests and the lively and thriving
    music scene. She put three solo records out on Olympia's indie label, K
    Records, and performed in nationally-touring northwest string bands
    before beginning The Lowest Pair in 2013 with Palmer T. Lee. Palmer
    built his first banjo when he was 19 from pieces he serendipitously
    inherited. Shortly after deciding songwriting would be the most effective
    and enjoyable medium for his musings, he began cutting his teeth
    fronting Minneapolis string bands and touring the midwest festival
    circuit, which is where he and Kendl first met, on the banks of the
    Mississippi.


    So, back to that Spring of 2016 plan: with little attention to tedious
    practicalities and with an eye focused securely on delivering to their
    growing fan base a truly special treat; a rootsy, bluegrassy, old-timish
    version of meiosis has happened, as one new album became two new
    albums.


    Fans already know that the chemistry between Palmer's Midwestern
    charm, those long winters spent listening to a steady diet of Townes Van
    Zandt and John Hartford, and Kendl's poetic and playful way with
    words, her unique approach to the banjo (just listen to "Dreaming Of
    Babylon"), and her barefoot-in-the-cool-river-water mystique combine to
    make a powerful sound, but what's new in 2016 is both the inclusion of
    those non-banjo sounds (harmonica, drum, bass, violin) and an
    incredible expansion of their songbook. In a way, two records, the playful
    and the hush, the dark and the rooted, the pillow and the nightmare, the
    pin drop and the starry night; the juxtaposition of the ups and downs
    that are experiences in a day, in a year, in a minute, all this has
    demanded from the band more than just "a new record." Fern Girl and
    Ice Man and Uncertain As It Is Uneven mark the arrival of America's
    next great musical duo, and it's over the course of these two albums that
    that boast becomes clearly rooted in truth.

    1. The Company I Keep
    2. Keweenaw Flower
    3. Lonesome Sunrise
    4. Like I Did Before
    5. 37 Tears
    6. The Sky is Green
    7. Mason's Trowel
    8. Holy Buckets
    9. Dreaming of Babylon
    10. Pretend It's True
    11. By Then Where Will That Be
    The Lowest Pair
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    FREEMAN

    Listening to Marvelous Clouds, Aaron Freeman's 2012 debut under his own name, fans might have felt that he was ignoring an elephant in his room-a drug-and-alcohol-related onstage flame-out that made viral headlines the year before. But Clouds, a deceptively chill Rod McKuen covers record, was just a warm-up for the artist once known as Gene Ween. In the opening minutes of FREEMAN, the self-titled debut from his new band, Freeman addresses addiction and its aftermath with the combination of merciless self-inventory and artful songcraft that earned Ween one of the most devoted fan bases in contemporary pop. This song, the unmistakably autobiographical Covert Discretion, is a quiet shocker. Save your judgments for someone else, Freeman sings. Be grateful I saved me from myself.


    As bitter as it sounds, the track clears the air. FREEMAN represents a new beginning- Aaron Freeman's first album of original material since disbanding Ween and getting sober-but it isn't a record mired in its maker's private struggles. It's simply a collection of gorgeous, subtly offbeat songs-in other words, a continuation of the thread that runs through the entire Ween catalog. The lush psychedelic pop of The English and Western Stallion; the melancholy plea of More Than the World; the unflappable, Plastic Ono Band-esque blues-rock of Gimmie One More-these are songs that bear the unmistakable Aaron Freeman stamp.


    And to hear Freeman tell it, they wouldn't have been possible if he'd stayed in his old band. There was so much of 'Aaron had to break up Ween because of addiction' and 'Aaron broke up Ween in order to pursue his solo work,' he says. But I broke up Ween because we were at a creative dead end way before our last record, La Cucaracha. Basically we were going through the motions, becoming a showcase band.


    Freeman stresses that FREEMAN is more about renewal than turning his back on the past. I want this record to pay homage to Ween, he says. These are the same songs I would've written in Ween-except without [ex-bandmate] Mickey. Several tracks hark back to the role-playing that was a hallmark of Freeman's back-catalog: (For a While) I Couldn't Play My Guitar Like a Man, a badass blues-rock meditation on lost mojo; or Black Bush, a trippy, heavily stylized ode to the natural beauty of Freeman's recently adopted hometown of Woodstock.


    But there's also a fresh perspective here, the sound of a shadow lifting. Delicate Green, which savors life's everyday blessings, is one of the sweetest, most sincere songs Freeman has written. And All the Way to China and El Shaddai reference Jewish texts-Kabbalah readings and James A. Michener's The Source, respectively-that guided him through his darkest times. There's a lot of spiritual stuff on here because that really helped me, Freeman says. I listened to a lot of reggae-'Jah gonna help me through Babylon,' you know? I listened to a lot of Paul McCartney too, and I thought, if he can do this, break up the fucking Beatles, I can certainly break up Ween and be okay.


    Aaron Freeman has also turned his back on substance abuse, a fact that might concern fans who mistake intoxication for inspiration. I wrote the songs I wrote in Ween despite all the drugs and alcohol I was doing, not because, Freeman says. Most people don't get sobriety at all. They assume you're this better-than-thou monk sitting on a mountain, judging everybody. It's not that way: You have to let everybody do their thing, and you get weirder. A song like FREEMAN's Golden Monkey, which rivals Ween's underrated Quebec for sheer mind-warping brilliance, proves Freeman's point.


    In order to get to FREEMAN, Aaron Freeman had to make a clean break. If I hadn't left my partnership, there wouldn't be anything, he explains. I'd probably be dead too. I know that at the end of the day, this is the best thing I could've done for me and for every Ween fan. FREEMAN, an album that distills the Aaron Freeman aesthetic-built on equal parts wonder and malaise, frankness and mysticism, defiance and vulnerability-to its headiest essence, proves his point. This man, known for so long by another name, is finally free.

    1. Covert Discretion
    2. The English And Western Stallion
    3. (For A While) I Couldn't Play My Guitar Like a Man
    4. El Shaddai
    5. Black Bush
    6. Gimme One More
    7. More Than the World
    8. All The Way To China
    9. Golden Monkey
    10. Delicate Green
    11. There Is A Form
    12. I Know A Girl
    FREEMAN
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