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I Decided. is the fourth studio album by American rapper Big Sean. It was released on GOOD Music / Def Jam Recordings and features guest appearances from Jeremih, Migos, The-Dream, JhenÉ Aiko (credited as the duo Twenty88 with himself), Flint Chozen Choir, Starrah, and Eminem.
The production on the album was handled by Sean's frequent collaborator Key Wane, alongside a variety of record producers such as Metro Boomin, DJ Dahi, Fuse, Tre Pounds, DJ Mustard, WondaGurl, Detail, The Track Burnaz and Amaire Johnson, among others.LP 1
3. Bounce Back
4. No Favors
5. Jump Out The Window
1. Same Time Pt. 1
2. Owe Me
3. Halfway Off The Balcony
4. Voices In My Head/Stick To The Plan
5. Sunday Morning Jetpack
6. Inspire Me
8. Bigger Than Me$25.99Colored Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
Ready To Die
Ranked 133/500 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.
Ready to Die is the debut album of American rapper The Notorious B.I.G., released September 13, 1994 on Bad Boy Records. The first release on the label, it features production by record producer and Bad Boy founder Sean Puffy Combs, Easy Mo Bee, Chucky Thompson, DJ Premier, and Lord Finesse, among others. Recording sessions for the album took place during 1993 to 1994 at The Hit Factory and D&D Studios in New York City. The partly autobiographical album tells the story of The Notorious B.I.G.'s experiences as a young criminal, referring to himself as the black Frank White. Ready to Die is his only studio album released during his lifetime; B.I.G. was murdered days prior to the release of his second album Life After Death (1997).1. Intro
2. Things Done Changed
3. Gimme the Loot
4. Machine Gun Funk
6. Ready to Die
7. One More Chance
8. Fuck Me (interlude)
9. The What
11. Everyday Struggle
12. Me & My Bitch
13. Big Poppa
15. Friend of Mine
17. Suicidal Thoughts$29.99Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
Dark Sky ParadiseDark Sky Paradise is the third studio album by American hip hop recording artist Big Sean. The album's recording process took place from 2013 to 2014 at various recording studios, primarily in Los Angeles. The album features guest appearances by Kanye West, Drake, Ariana Grande, Chris Brown, Ty Dolla $ign, JhenÉ Aiko, Lil Wayne, PARTYNEXTDOOR, John Legend, and E-40.1. Dark Sky (Skyscrapers)
2. Blessings (featuring Drake)
3. All Your Fault (featuring Kanye West)
4. I Don't Fuck with You (featuring E-40)
5. Play No Games (featuring Chris Brown and Ty Dolla $ign)
6. Paradise (Extended)
7. Win Some, Lose Some
8. Stay Down
9. I Know (featuring JhenÉ Aiko)
10. Deep (featuring Lil Wayne)
11. One Man Can Change the World (featuring Kanye West and John Legend)
12. Outro$35.99Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
New LoreNEW LORE - THE ALBUM:
I've always been tied to the idea of having each record sound different from the one before it, and there's no exception with this one. My writing on this one is really reflective of the story that I've been living out over the past few years--as a musician, a father, and a human trying to navigate this crazy world. It's also the stories that we all share: the everyday stuff, and the big stuff. As always, I poured my heart into these songs. When I came across the opportunity to link up with an internationally acclaimed producer who I have long admired, I knew he would be able to add some deep mojo to the recordings.
Matt Ross-Spang (Grammy-Winning engineer of Jason Isbell's Something More Than Free, one of my favorite records of last year) is a musical Willy Wonka, and his Chocolate Factory is the legendary Sam Phillips Studio in Memphis, TN. This place has an unmatched soul and a vibe that stems from the history of Memphis as a haven for many of my musical heroes. I'm incredibly honored and excited to have worked with Matt and the team at Sam Phillips to make this record the best that it can be.
-Sean Rowe1. Gas Station Rose
2. The Salmon
3. Promise Of You
4. I'll Follow Your Trail
5. The Vine
6. Newton's Cradle
7. I Can't Make A Living From Holding You
8. It's Not Hard To Say Goodbye Sometimes
9. You Keep Coming Alive
10. The Very First Snow$19.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
MotionJust as Michael Jackson was the King of Pop, Calvin Harris is the Emperor of EDM, with Motion, his fourth album, serving to express the glory of the empire, not revolutionize it. While Ellie Goulding, Gwen Stefani, and John Newman enliven their respective Vegas club staples, and Summer contains one of the year's most grandiose synth crescendos, it's the curveballs that steal the show here. The opalescent Pray to God sounds more like a Haim song spiced up by Calvin Harris than vice versa, and Dollar Signs, featuring vocals by R&B young turk TinashÉ, is a clever funk-EDM hybrid. Open Wide, featuring Big Sean, sucks the air out of the room with clobbering bass.1. Faith
2. Under Control (w/ Alesso Feat. Hurts)
3. Blame (feat. John Newman)
4. Love Now (feat. All About She)
5. Slow Acid
6. Outside (feat. Ellie Goulding)
7. It Was You (w/ Firebeatz)
9. Overdrive (w/ Ummet Ozcan)
10. Ecstacy (feat. Hurts)
11. Pray To God (feat. Haim)
12. Open Wide (feat. Big Sean)
13. Together (feat. Gwen Stefani)
14. Burnin (w/ R3hab)
15. Dollar Signs (feat. Tinashe)$29.99Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
Last Year Was ComplicatedLast Year Was Complicated is the upcoming third solo album by American singer Nick Jonas. It is set to be released by Island and features collaborations with Tove Lo, Ty Dolla $ign, Big Sean and Daniella Mason.1. Voodoo
2. Champagne Problems
3. Close (featuring Tove Lo)
6. Bacon (featuring Ty Dolla $ign)
7. Good Girls (featuring Big Sean)
8. The Difference
9. Don't Make Me Choose
10. Under You
12. Comfortable$22.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Save Rock And RollSave Rock And Roll is the multi-platinum Grammy-nominated group Fall Out Boy's highly anticipated fifth studio album and their first since 2008's Folie Á Deux. The album's first single, "My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark (Light Em Up), is currently top #10 on the iTunes Singles Chart and is already RIAA certified gold while the track, Phoenix will serve as the second single. The excitement for Save Rock And Roll continues to build as Elton John, Courtney Love and Big Sean have been named as collaborators.1. The Phoenix
2. My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark
3. Alone Together
4. Where Did the Party Go
5. Just One Yesterday (featuring Foxes)
6. The Mighty Fall (featuring Big Sean)
7. Miss Missing You
8. Death Valley
9. Young Volcanoes
10. Rat a Tat (featuring Courtney Love)
11. Save Rock and Roll (featuring Elton John)$17.9910 Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
Funk Wav Bounces Vol. 1Funk Wav Bounces Vol. 1, is the highly anticipated 5th studio album from Calvin Harris. The ten track album features the previously released singles Slide featuring Frank Ocean & Migos, plus Heatstroke featuring Young Thug, Pharrell Williams & Ariana Grande. The album boasts 19 guests artist collaborations including Frank Ocean, Travis Scott, Kehlani, Future, Pharrell Williams, Katy Perry, Big Sean, John Legend, Khalid, Migos, Schoolboy Q, Ariana Grande, Young Thug, D.R.A.M., Nicki Minaj, Lil Yachty, Jessie Reyez, Partynextdoor plus Snoop Dogg.
The Grammy Award-winning record producer, songwriter and DJ Calvin Harris stands as the figurehead for modern music, having broken world records and dominated global charts with his continued hit releases. As one of the most successful artists of all time, he currently has over 5 billion streams across all major streaming services, 5 billion video views, and 10 consecutive platinum singles.1. Slide
2. Cash Out (feat. ScHoolboy Q, PARTYNEXTDOOR & D.R.A.M.)
3. Heatstroke (feat. Young Thug, Pharrell Williams & Ariana Grande)
4. Rollin (feat. Future & Khalid)
5. Prayers Up (feat. Travis Scott & A-Trak)
6. Holiday (feat. Snoop Dogg, John Legend & Takeoff)
7. Skrt On Me (feat. Nicki Minaj)
8. Feels (feat. Pharrell Williams, Katy Perry & Big Sean)
9. Faking It (feat. Kehlani & Lil Yachty)
10. Hard to Love (feat. Jessie Reyez)$29.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
The ArchAndroidWondaland Arts Society/Bad Boy recording artist Janelle Monáe has announced the release of her eagerly awaited debut album, The ArchAndroid. The star-studded featured cast includes the legendary Big Boi of OutKast, renowned poet Saul Williams, psychedelic dance-punk troupe Of Montreal, punk prophets Deep Cotton, and the Wondaland Arch Orchestra.
The album was recorded at Wondaland Studios in Atlanta, but written all over the world, including but not limited to Moscow, Prague, Istanbul, Berlin, Amsterdam, New York, and the Palace of the Dogs. The ArchAndroid was inspired not only by the energy of these places, but by such revolutionary musicians and artistic visionaries as Salvador Dalí, Walt Disney, OutKast, Stevie Wonder, Octavia Butler, David Bowie, Andy Warhol and John Williams. The album was Executive Produced by Nate Wonder, Chuck Lightning, Janelle Monáe, and Sean Diddy Combs, with Co-Executive Production from Big Boi of OutKast.1. Suite II Overture
2. Dance or Die
4. Locked Inside
5. Sir Greendown
6. Cold War
8. Neon Gumbo
9. Oh, Maker
10. Come Alive
11. Mushrooms & Roses
12. Suite III Overture
13. Neon Valley Street
14. Make The Bus
17. Say You'll Go
18. BaBopBye Ya$20.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Modern NatureTHE CHARLATANS:- Tim Burgess, Mark Collins, Martin Blunt and Tony Rogers - release their twelfth album, MODERN NATURE on BMG Chrysalis. The album comes after a brutally difficult year for the band following the death from brain cancer of their old friend and drummer Jon Brookes last year. Rogers says that they were determined to carry on, to honour Brookes' memory - Jon was adamant that there was going to be another Charlatans record, and you have to put that into your own thoughts. The band went into their studio Big Mushroom in January 2014 and as Tim recalls We were aching for the summer when we wrote it. It was freezing and we were trying to write songs that made us happy. " The result is Modern Nature. Featuring eleven new tracks, including the recent limited edition 7" single and 6 Music A List record 'Talking In Tones', the album was produced by The Charlatans and Jim Spencer and mixed by Craig Silvey (Arcade Fire, Portishead). The album features a cacophony of contributors from their three temporary drummers - Pete Salisbury of The Verve, Stephen Morris of New Order and Gabriel Gurnsey of DFA's avant-disco group Factory Floor, to Kate Bushs' backing singers Melanie Marshall and Sandra Marvin, strings by Sean O' Hagan and brass courtesy of Dexys' Big Jim Paterson. Q have already described the album as "one the finest of their career."1. Talking In Tones
2. So Oh
3. Come Home Baby
4. Keep Enough
5. Tall Grass
7. Let The Good Times Be Never Ending
8. Need You To Know
9. Lean In
10. Trouble Understanding
11. Lot To Say$26.99Vinyl LP + CD - Sealed Buy Now
Kindly Bent To Free Us (Awaiting Repress)Legendary progressive rock innovators CYNIC - consisting of guitarist/vocalist Paul Masvidal, drummer Sean Reinert and bassist Sean Malone - will release their new album, Kindly Bent To Free Us, via Season Of Mist.
About the new material, Reinert said: It's a bold new sound for CYNIC and marks a gigantic leap in the band's progression. We've had a lot of time to let this material develop and gestate, and it finally feels ready to be unleashed on the world. I've been in trio mode with Malone and Masvidal flushing out a zillion and one details, and couldn't be happier about what's happening with these songs. They are truly alive!
In a February 2012 interview with Ireland's Molten magazine, Masvidal described the band's new music in the following way: It's almost like, I don't know how to explain it, but if I had to put it in a box it's more sci-fi, futuristic and alien but at the same time very song-driven. It's kind of like, to me, coming into CYNIC's body more. It feels very modern and at the same time it just feels really cool. I'm big in the space. It's definitely new. It's not like anything we've done before. It's a new color, a new space. I think people will really take note of even the guitar stuff. I'm really shifting gears, I'm trying things in a different way and the way stuff is played. It's a new space for CYNIC, for sure. It definitely sounds like us, except completely new.
CYNIC's latest EP, Carbon-Based Anatomy, was released in November 2011 via Season Of Mist. The CD artwork was designed by the great Robert Venosa, the artist behind the covers of CYNIC's previous releases Focus, Traced in Air and Re-Traced.
CYNIC was joined by Brandon Giffin on bass and Max Phelps on guitar and vocals during the group's North American and European tours in support of Carbon-Based Anatomy.
- Blabbermouth.net1. True Hallucination Speak
2. The Lion's Roar
3. Kindly Bent To Free Us
4. Infinite Shapes
5. Moon Heart Sun Head
7. Holy Fallout
8. Endlessly Bountiful$24.99Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed AWAITING REPRESS Buy Now
Into The Wild (Soundtrack)Release Date 10-14-10.
Includes 24-page full color booklet.
Taking a break from his day job fronting rock heavyweight Pearl Jam, Eddie Vedder immerses himself into the big-screen story of a young man who gives all his money to charity and hitchhikes to a new life, and his eventual death, in the wilds of Alaska. Prompted by the film's creator, Sean Penn, to contribute to the musical score, the Seattle musician tackled the entire project, playing every instrument on the soundtrack's nine originals and two cover songs.1. Setting Forth
2. No Ceiling
3. Far Behind
5. Long Nights
7. Hard Sun
9. The Wolf
10. End of the Road
11. Guaranteed$44.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Living DaylightMichael Rault is a Toronto based singer, guitarist and songwriter fronting his own eponymously named band. A gifted multi-instrumentalist and arranger, his hooky blend of pop rock refracts an evolution of guitar based music through the ages. An era-defying mischievousness defines his synthesis of jukebox R'n'B, and acid psych as refracted through the experience of an adolescence spent idolizing the clever craftsmanship of the Beatles and the wiggy New Orleans textures of Dr. John in equal measure.As a recent transplant from his native Edmonton, the album is a melodically adventurous take on a classic theme - leaving home to make your way in the big city. Produced and recorded in collaboration with Renny Wilson (Mint Records), Living Daylight is a dynamic fusion of the past and future. An inclination for early Rock N' Roll is perverted by a heady production sensibility akin to the warped contemporary psych of Tame Impala. As a document of oddball DIY songwriting Living Daylight fits nicely in the lineage of records created by Ex-Edmontonian contemporaries like Mac Demarco or Sean Nicholas Savage. There must be something in the water .1. All Alone (On My Own)
2. Too Bad So Sad
3. Real Love (Yeah)
4. Hiding From A Heartbreak
5. I Wanna Love You
6. Dancing With Tears In My Eyes
8. Lovers Lie
9. Lost Something
10. Too All My Friends$18.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Lift A SailAfter more than a decade, the men behind Yellowcard are reinventing themselves. In "Illuminate," Ryan Key sings: "We hope to run from what's been done/Look for a future no one else has sung." This is a message that the band clearly took to heart. Lift A Sail is Yellowcard's biggest album yet, a sweeping and illustrious rock album no one could have foreseen. And it's safe to say that this one is a game changer.
Opener "Convocation" prepares listeners for the journey they are about to embark on - its openness is as beautiful and bright as it is tender and stirring, and it is a sign of what's to follow in the next twelve tracks. Not because of the tone or the lightness, but because of how big the track truly is. And while many fans are sure to draw comparisons between this and its Lights and Sounds counterpart, it is worth nothing that "Three Flights Up" closes in upon its piano centric melodies, whereas the layers of elegant strings in "Convocation" continue to swell until its conclusion.
"Transmission Home" picks up where "Convocation" leaves off: with hollow, booming drums before diving into a crunchy guitar melody. The verses are grounded and clear-cut, contrasting with the spacious choruses that have Key pleading into the void: "I will send a transmission home/To say that I've been out here too long alone/And I wanna come down now." The bridge brings him back down with its sweet piano melody and soothing violins, while the synths sparkling just beneath the surface lend an ethereal awareness.
Those synths play larger roles in later tracks, a truly new and unexpected look for Yellowcard. "Make Me So" makes use of electronic drums and bubbling, futuristic melodies to underscore the verses, building up one of the album's fastest tracks and leading into an explosive chorus. Meanwhile in "MSK," the track's synth-driven tunes coalesce with Sean Mackin's enlightened violins in what becomes a mash up of all that Yellowcard has been and all that the band has yet to become.
Throughout Lift A Sail, listeners will hear Key push his vocals further than he has in the past. He plays around with falsetto and short riffs on songs like "Transmission Home" and "Illuminate," and as longtime fans listen through the album, there is sure to be one common thought: "I didn't know he could do that!" Surprising as it is, Key sounds stronger and more confident as a result and that's what is sure to resonate most.
Noticeably missing through most of the album are the violins that have so long been a commanding force in Yellowcard's music. Their appearances in Lift A Sail are often subtler, just a gentle ringing in songs like "Madrid" and "Lift A Sail." But those moments when the strings take center stage are all the more touching for their rarity: a soaring solo in "Fragile and Dear," a "Believe"-esque melody in "MSK." Mackin's skills have by no means been put on a backburner for this album; rather, they have been refined and focused so they are at their most effective.
Ryan Mendez has also continued to hone his talents, and produces some of his most impressive work since first joining Yellowcard over nine years ago. "One Bedroom," which starts with electronic drums and a soft acoustic melody, opens up in the bridge and sets Mendez up for a towering and defiant solo that rings out as the track gradually fades away.
"The Deepest Well," featuring Matty Mullins of Memphis May Fire, is home to some of the heaviest tones found on Lift A Sail. The guitars cascade beneath the bold and rebellious verses ("And I will not be fooled again/I took my means and found my end/And all the days from then till now/Were steps I climbed to show you how"), and lead the charge into the final rounds of the chorus.
Though much is different on Lift A Sail, it is the personal and honest reflection within the songs that makes this a true Yellowcard album. From meeting his wife ("Madrid") to the aftermath of an accident that left her paralyzed ("One Bedroom"), to the loss of his grandparents ("My Mountain"), Key pours himself into every line. And when all is said and done, his promise: "I've left myself in every song in every note/And if you need me I will never be too far," holds true for fans and family alike.
Lift A Sail isn't the Yellowcard album we were all expecting - I'm not even sure the band knew what would come from this one. But now that it's been laid out, you can be damn sure it's the Yellowcard album we all needed.
- Becky Kovach (Property Of Zach)1. Convocation
2. Transmission Home
3. Crash The Gates
4. Make Me So
5. One Bedroom
6. Fragile and Dear
9. The Deepest Well
10. Lift A Sail
12. My Mountain
13. California$19.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Live Through This
Ranked 460/500 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.
This is the second studio album by alternative rock band Hole. The title is derived from a quote in the film 'Gone
With The Wind.' Considered a contemporary classic, this record was included in Rolling Stone Magazine's list of
'500 Greatest Albums Of All Time.' Features production by Sean Slade and Paul Q Kolderie with mixing by Scott Litt
and J Mascis.
This whole album is filled with scathing fury, mostly directed at the impossible situation that confronts women when they are asked to be both wild sources of pleasure and unblemished mother figures. Live Through This uses the same recipe of punk and metal wrapped around pop melodies that made Nirvana so captivating, but Hole uses the methodology in a more conventional manner. The metal ingredient tends to dominate, perhaps because it's the simplest to master, and too often the album resembles early Heart or late Joan Jett--particularly when Courtney Love opens up with her big, wailing voice. Love externalizes her anger, blaming all her problems on the rest of the world. Self-confrontation makes for far more interesting songs. -Geoffrey Himes1. Violet
2. Miss World
4. Asking For It
5. Jennifers Body
6. Doll Parts
7. Credit In The Straight World
8. Softer, Softest
9. She Walks On Me
10. I Think That I Would Die
12. Rock Star$24.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Temporarily out of stock