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    Losing (Pre-Order)

    While Bully's 2013 debut Feels Like tumbled headlong into the precarious nature of Alicia Bognanno's young adult life, its follow-up Losing is their first for Sub Pop (which in many ways feels like their spiritual home; Bully's sound is an outgrowth of the bands the label championed in the late '80s and '90s). Losing is a document of the complexity of growth: navigating breakups with sensitivity, learning not to flee from your troubles but to face them down no matter how messy they may be ("Well, this isn't the summer I wanted," she muses on "Blame," before admitting that she's trying to "cut down on booze and you"). Written as the group slowed down from touring constantly and Bognanno attempted to adjust to how different a home schedule is from a road schedule, her songwriting has matured from the quick one-two punches of Feels Like to tracks that contemplate the necessity of space in both song structure and emotion. Bognanno's gruff yet dynamic voice is allowed to bloom, and it has a tenderness and openness to it here that's new. There are multiple layers of wistfulness and care to her delivery of lines like "It just takes one disagreement for you to remember the one time I fucked up," from "Spiral," turning songs that could be one-dimensional kiss-offs into warm and complex expressions of regret.


    The group returned to Electrical Audio in Chicago, another home for Bognanno, to record Losing. Their core-Bognanno, guitarist Clayton Parker, and bassist Reece Lazarus-truly solidified during the process, a detail-oriented push for perfection in which each moving part was labored over and polished. Emily Lazar's mastering adds the perfect cap to Bognanno's engineering; this is a record that has both shimmer and heft. There's power in the guitar attack, delicacy and toughness in the melodic hooks, precision in the drums, and backbone in the bass.


    While Bognanno wouldn't call this a political record, she doesn't deny that the current political atmosphere and its urgency and tension haven't shaped some of her ideas on this record, too-though she does not want that to be its focus. Mostly, this is an internal record, a universalized diary, and an exorcism-not of any one specific demon, but of the host of them that characterize contemporary anxieties. Bully is growing up, sure, but their fire is in no way diminishing.

    1. Feel the Same
    2. Kills to Be Resistant
    3. Running
    4. Seeing It
    5. Guess There
    6. Blame
    7. Focused
    8. Not the Way
    9. Spiral
    10. Either Way
    11. You Could Be Wrong
    12. Hate and Control
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    Feels Like

    Bully is the name for the Nashville quartet that is transforming familiar '90s alt-rock (Dinosaur Jr, Pavement, Weezer) into smart, sharp-edged millennial indie rock - an apt description for the band's churning guitars, rambunctious rhythms, and tightly coiled intensity. Their debut Feels Like sounds alternately like a balled fist and a fresh bruise.


    Bully is also the perfect distillation of frontwoman Alicia Bognanno's visceral approach to songwriting. She trades in steely observations, raw-nerve confessions, and intense anger directed almost exclusively at herself although a few bystanders and bad exes might get caught in the crossfire. Her voice rises from sugar-sweet to scratchy howl as she bares her most harrowing fears to the world. In other words, Bognanno is her own bully. Not merely the band's vocalist, songwriter, guitarist, and all-around visionary, she is also Bully's producer and engineer.


    Based in Nashville, Alicia Bognanno formed Bully essentially as a solo project backed by a trio of friends: Stewart Copeland on drums, Clayton Parker on guitar, and Reece Lazarus on bass. Bully is less a studio entity than a stage act, one that has quickly developed a reputation for its ferocious live shows (the Nashville Scene named Bully the top local band in its 2014 Best of Nashville issue.)


    On record, Bully strives to retain the band s formidable guitar attack while highlighting her boldly candid lyrics. The band recorded Feels Like live in the studio, doing as few takes as possible. Once they'd gotten a good performance, the songs were mixed immediately, not merely to save time but to preserve the excitable urgency of the music. Overseeing every part of the process put extra pressure on Bognanno to deliver some truly unbridled vocal performances. A deeply personal album by an artist bravely mining her own life, Feels Like is all about trying to figure yourself out about holding yourself accountable and acting like an adult in a society that doesn't offer very many good examples.

    1. I Remember
    2. Reason
    3. Too Tough
    4. Brainfreeze
    5. Trying
    6. Trash
    7. Six
    8. Picture
    9. Milkman
    10. Bully
    Bully
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    Lights Out

    The new Bishop Allen record, Lights Out, is here at last. Here's what went into it: ten years, three full-lengths, twelve EPs, thousands of shows, a move out of Brooklyn, a new home in the wooly wilds of Kingston, NY, time off to score the films Bully and Mutual Friends, as well as an Anderson Cooper 360 special, months of demos, drum tracking in a sweat-lodge attic studio during a July heat wave, a wet Fall arranging guitars, bass, and synths in a now-chilly attic studio, the coldest December on record spent mixing, a close call with a frozen pipe and flooded hard drives, and a photo found on a friend's refrigerator.
    1. Start Again
    2. Why I Had To Go
    3. Crows
    4. No Show
    5. Give It Back
    6. Black Hole
    7. Skeleton Key
    8. Good Talk
    9. Hammer and Nail
    10. Bread Crumbs
    11. No Conditions
    12. Shadow
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    Goliathan

    The infamous rock outlaws WEEDEATER return with 'Goliathan', their long-awaited new album. 'Goliathan' is the crossroad where true Southern rock/metal meets raw humor and old religion, and embodies the bands trademark shuffle and swagger rightly. Syrupy slow riffs are buoyed by canyon-deep bass and some of the hardest-hitting drumming since Keith Moon. Full-on bruisers Cain Enabler, Claw of the Sloth, and the aptly-named Bully demonstrate that 'Goliathan' is vintage WEEDEATER and the soon-to-be gold standard of Southern sludge metal.
    1. Processional
    2. Goliathan
    3. Cain Enabler
    4. Bow Down
    5. Battered & Fried
    6. Claw Of The Sloth
    7. Bully
    8. Joseph (All Talk)
    9. Reprise
    10. Benaddiction
    Weedeater
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    MGM Singles, The

    These days, Sam the Sham and the Pharaohs are best remembered for such infectious 60s hits as Wooly Bully and Lil Red Riding Hood, and for the sartorial splendor of turbaned frontman/organist Sam the Sham (nÉe Domingo Samudio) and his bandmates. But the one-of-a-kind Memphis-by-way-of-Texas quintet produced a large and highly original body of R&B/blues/Tex-Mex/garage tunes that established them as one of the greatest singles bands of the 1960s. While the bands wacky humor and flamboyant visual image may have threatened to brand them as a novelty act, their raw exuberance, rootsy grit and playfully subversive streak made it clear that Sam and his Pharaohs were the genuine article.


    Throughout the second half of the 60s, Sam the Sham and the Pharaohs turned out a lengthy string of killer seven-inchers. Many of those singles boasted non-album B-sides that were as memorable as their better-known A-sides. Now, for the first time ever, Sundazed Music has gathered both sides of every one of the bands original MGM Records singles on this lovingly packaged 2-LP collection. The sizzling set includes such immortal Pharaohs classics as Wooly Bully, Lil Red Riding Hood, Ju Ju Hand, Ring Dang Doo, Red Hot, The Hair on My Chinny Chin Chin, How Do You Catch a Girl and (Im in With) The Out Crowd, along with an amazing assortment of rare non-album B-sides, solo efforts and side projects. These long-out-of-print gems have been sourced from the original MGM masters and sound better than ever!!!

    1. Wooly Bully
    2. Ain't Gonna Move
    3. Ju Ju Hand
    4. Big City Lights
    5. Ring Dang Doo
    6. Don't Try It
    7. Red Hot
    8. A Long Long Way
    9. Li'l Red Riding Hood
    10. Love Me Like Before
    11. The Hair On My Chinny Chin Chin
    12. (I'm In With) The Out Crowd
    13. (Hey There) Big Bad Wolf (The Sham-ettes)
    14. I'd Rather Have You (The Sham-ettes)
    15. How Do You Catch A Girl
    16. The Love You Left Behind
    17. Oh That's Good, No That's Bad
    18. Take What You Can Get
    19. Black Sheep
    20. My Day's Gonna Come
    21. You're Welcome Back (The Sham-ettes)
    22. He'll Come Back (The Sham-ettes)
    23. Banned In Boston
    24. Money's My Problem
    25. Yakety Yak (The Sam the Sham Revue)
    26. Let Our Love Light Shine (The Sam the Sham Revue)
    27. Old MacDonald Had A Boogaloo Farm
    28. I Never Had No One
    29. I Couldn't Spell !!*@!
    30. The Down Home Strut
    31. Fate (Sam the Sham)
    32. Oh Lo (Sam the Sham)
    Sam The Sham And The Pharaohs
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    CLPPNG


    "clipping. makes party music for the club you wish you hadn't gone to, the
    car you don't remember getting in, and the streets you don't feel safe on"
    - Press release for clipping.'s debut, Midcity, September 2012


    Since the above was written, things have changed for clipping. The band
    found that listeners were more ready for them than they'd first imagined.
    Before 2013's Midcity, the trio of rapper Daveed Diggs and producers Jonathan
    Snipes and William Hutson did not expect to find an audience for their
    abrasive brand of rap music. The project was initially a remix project, an
    aside to the members' main occupations - Diggs is a stage actor, while Snipes
    composes music for film, and Hutson is an established noise music artist
    (Snipes and Hutson collaborated on the score to 2013s IFC documentary
    Room 237). But, since the formation of clipping., the field of commercial
    music enlarged ever so slightly, making room again for noisier, more adventurous
    elements in electronic production (though clipping. insist they simply make
    rap music).


    CLPPNG is a much more ambitious project than Midcity. The album features
    guest verses from some of the band's strongest influences, including Gangsta
    Boo (formerly of Three 6 Mafia, and currently of Da Mafia 6ix), Guce (longtime
    Bay Area mainstay, member of Bullys Wit Fullys), King T (all-around West
    Coast gangster rap legend, founder of the Likwit Crew, and mentor to Xzibit
    and Tha Alkaholiks). For the first single from the album, "Work Work",
    clipping. joined up with Cocc Pistol Cree, a newcomer from Compton best
    known for her appearance on DJ Mustard's mixtape Ketchup, and her song
    'Lady Killa.'


    CLPPNG stretches the band's experimental sounds to fit a wider emotional
    range. Midcity had anger and aggression figured out, but CLPPNG fits the
    group's harsh electronics to club tracks, a slow jams, songs to strip to, and
    more. Relying heavily on musique-concrète techniques, the trio built many
    of the tracks out of field recordings and acoustic sounds. The beat for "Tonight
    (featuring Gangsta Boo)" evokes a nasty, late night encounter with its fleshy
    slaps and squishy, biological noises, while "Dream" utilizes natural ambiences
    to create a bleary, hypnagogic mis-en-scène. But the band hasn't gone soft;
    the album's intro is likely the most uncompromisingly brutal piece of music
    they've yet recorded, and "Or Die (featuring Guce)" is as mean as anything
    on Midcity. CLPPNG is an album that demonstrates the variety of sounds
    available when the 'rules' of a genre are willfully questioned.

    1. Body & Blood
    2. Work Work (Feat. Cocc Pistol Cree)
    3. Summertime (Feat. King T)
    4. Taking Off
    5. Tonight (Feat. Gangsta Boo)
    6. Dream
    7. Get Up (Feat. Mariel Jacoda)
    8. Or Die (Feat. Guce)
    9. Inside Out
    10. Story 2
    11. Dominoes
    12. Williams Mix (Feat. Tom Erbe)
    13. Run Out
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    Minor Love (On Sale)

    After Adam Green's work with The Moldy Peaches was done, he recorded 6 solo albums, including his latest, Minor Love. Recorded with long time producer/friend Noah Georgeson in a luxurious pool house in Los Angeles, Minor Love found Green enlisting the talents of Rodrigo from Little Joy, his brother Joel, and Joe Steinbeck and Greg from Megapuss. The album showcases a tender side of the often arrogant and emotionally unavailable bully/singer, Green.
    1. Breaking Locks
    2. Give Them A Token
    3. Buddy Bradley
    4. Goblin
    5. Bathing Birds
    6. What Makes Him Act So Bad
    7. Stadium Soul
    8. Cigarette Burns Forever
    9. Boss Inside
    10. Castles and Tassels
    11. Oh Shucks
    12. Don't Call Me Uncle
    13. Lockout
    14. You Blacken My Stay
    Adam Green
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    Live in San Francisco

    Includes The Complete Album On Two 140-Gram LPs With A CD In The Sleeve


    Nonesuch / Perro Verde Records release Ry Cooder's first live record in more than 35 years, Live in San Francisco. Recorded in 2011 during a special two-night engagement at San Francisco's Great American Music Hall, the album includes 12 songs and was produced by Cooder.


    The Corridos Famosos band includes Joachim Cooder on drums; Robert Francis on bass; vocalists Terry Evans, Arnold McCuller, and Juliette Commagere; Flaco Jimenez on accordion; and the ten-piece Mexican brass band La Banda Juvenil.


    Live in San Francisco includes original songs and interpretations of other material ranging across Cooder's entire career, from classics like "Boomer's Story" and "Dark End of the Street" to more recent originals such as "Lord Tell Me Why" and "El Corrido de Jesse James," with a detour for Sam the Sham and the Pharaohs' "Wooly Bully" and Lead Belly's "Goodnight Irene. Cooder's only previous live album was the 1977 release Show Time, on which Evans and Jimenez were also featured. Show Time was also recorded at San Francisco's Great American Music Hall.


    PRODUCTION CREDITS

    - Produced by Ry Cooder

    - Recorded August 31 & September 1, 2011 at The Great American Music Hall, San Francisco

    - Recorded by Martin Pradler

    - Mixed and mastered by Martin Pradler at Wireland Studios, Chatsworth, CA

    1. Crazy 'Bout an Automobile (Every Woman I Know) (Billy "The Kid" Emerson)
    2. Why Don't You Try Me (Billy Young)
    3. Boomer's Story (Traditional / Carson Robison)
    4. Lord Tell Me Why (Ry Cooder)
    5. Do Re Mi (Woody Guthrie)
    6. School Is Out (Gene Barge & Gary Anderson)
    7. The Dark End of the Street (Chips Moman & Dan Penn)
    8. El Corrido de Jesse James (Ry Cooder)
    9. Wooly Bully (Domingo Samudio)
    10. Volver Volver (Fernando Maldonado)
    11. Vigilante Man (Woody Guthrie)
    12. Goodnight Irene (Huddie Ledbetter & John Lomax)
    Ry Cooder & Corridos Famosos
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    Born A Lion

    orn a Lion is a fierce mother of an album, fairly exploding with crunching riffs and thunderous rhythms. Sure, the lyrics may be a bit ham-fisted, but with music this aggressive and cocky, that almost seem necessary. Guitarist/vocalist Danko Jones fancies himself a rock & roll outlaw, the illegitimate spawn of Thin Lizzy's Phil Lynott, raised on a steady diet of 1970s hard rock and punk. His bare-bones, knuckle-dragging brand of hard rock is, in fact, mostly about attitude, combining the solid three-chord crunch of AC/DC with the furious MC5-informed attack of Sweden's Hellacopters. He and his cohorts--bassist John Calabrese and drummer Damon Richardson--bully their way through 11 bruising cuts, never pausing for anything more than a brief musical breakdown to let Jones testify (a la the Jon Spencer Blues Explosion). It's a solid formula that they seem unwilling to tamper with much, and why should they? If it works well on the opening Play the Blues, it'll be just as good on the closing Love is Unkind. Yep, above everything else, Born a Lion is a consistent album from start to finish, and while not exactly fresh sounding, for 30-plus minutes it kicks some serious ass. --Adem Tepedelen
    1. Play The Blues
    2. Lovercall
    3. Sound Of Love
    4. Papa
    5. Soul On Ice
    6. Word Is Bond
    7. Way To My Heart
    8. Caramel City
    9. Get Outta Town
    10. Suicide Woman
    11. Love Is Unkind
    Danko Jones
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  • Shifty Adventures In Nookie Wood Shifty Adventures In Nookie Wood Quick View

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    Shifty Adventures In Nookie Wood

    Shifty Adventures in Nookie Wood is a title to set tongues wagging and minds wondering, but for an album that seems born of a return to John's youth it seems safely apt in its mischievousness.


    After nearly 50 years of making music it's still freshly evident that Cale draws from a make believe world first imagined by his young self. Track title 'Mothra' pays homage to the Japanese monster from Godzilla movies. As a boy practicing scales in grey skied Welsh valleys such fantastical flights of fancy must have been reassuring of the path that was potentially about to unfold for him. Lyrics reveal even more explicitly earlier incarnations of Cale and in the same song we relive an encounter with a local bully, You see me running, you see me climb, reading my books and always trying, laughing and teasing and I love to play, dreaming my dreams are never far away.


    Elsewhere Cale's doing what he does best, guiding listeners through the places, politics, and people of the day. A wide range of human experience is reflected and often it's for the listener to dig deeper to find what's being documented. Sometimes however part of the tapestry is pulled soberingly into focus; when listening to 'Scotland Yard' while the Leveson enquiry plays out, it's all too easy to recognize the guilty.


    As a producer Cale has reached a new plateau on this record. At the albums most maximal, it feels like looking at a collection of precious stones. Myriads of differently coloured and textured surfaces carefully placed together, each finding their own space to beckon the ear. It's a blend of chaos and beauty in equal measure and a testament to the exploratory spirit at work, which ensures that as always, there's something new to the ears here.

    1. I Wanna Talk 2 U
    2. Scotland Yard
    3. Hemmingway
    4. Face To The Sky
    5. Nookie Wood
    6. December Rains
    7. Mary
    8. Vampire Cafe
    9. Mothra
    10. Living With You
    11. Midnight Feast
    12. Sandman (Flying Dutchman)
    John Cale
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    The Black Market

    "There's a lot of raw emotion on this record," begins Rise Against singer and guitarist Tim McIlrath as he describes the Chicago punks' highly anticipated
    and searing new album, The Black Market on Interscope Records. "It's a raw nerve," he clarifies, "it's going to be a hard thing to ignore."


    These words should not be taken lightly. After 15 years, and six incendiary albums, Rise Against have become one of the most successful, challenging
    and revered punk rock bands on the planet. While selling four million albums globally across their last four releases - with 2011's Endgame debuting at
    number one in Germany and Canada, and number two on the U.S. Billboard charts - they've also always adhered to the idea of music as a vehicle for
    change. In doing so, they've appeared alongside superstars like Adele and Sting on Amnesty International's Chimes Of Freedom - The Songs Of Bob
    Dylan compilation in 2012, toured with Rage Against The Machine's iconic guitarist Tom Morello, campaigned against gun violence with the Demand A
    Plan organization and advocated the Make It Stop campaign's attempt to raise awareness of LBGT teen suicides and bullying, working closely with "It
    Gets Better." It's important to keep this rich heritage of protest in mind when discussing The Black Market.


    On the one hand, The Black Market was forged like other Rise Against records. Tim McIlrath, bassist Joe Principe, guitarist Zach Blair and drummer
    Brandon Barnes recorded it between January and March, 2014, at the Blasting Room Studios, with long-time producers Bill Stevenson and Jason
    Livermore. But something was different this time around.


    The Black Market focuses on the cost of self-awareness. "Rise Against has always been a political band, but also a personal band," says Tim. "We've
    always had songs that have a foot in both worlds. This album is a lot more introspective to me." The intensely melodic strains of "I Don't Want To Be Here
    Anymore" is a case in point - riding a huge chorus and speaking of universal themes of entrapment and escape.


    The Black Market also marks the maturation of Rise Against's sound. The melodic breadth, the impassioned screaming, scissoring guitars, bubbling
    basslines and whipping drums still exist, but other moments have no reference point in their discography.


    The Black Market casts Rise Against's relationship with their own music and social struggle in a stark new light. It may be a raw nerve to behold, but's it's
    also a magnificent one that will surely be felt across the world. It deserves to be.

    1. The Great Die-Off

    2. I Don't Want to Be Here Anymore
    3. Tragedy + Time

    4. The Black Market

    5. The Eco-Terrorist In Me

    6. Sudden Life

    7. A Beautiful Indifference

    8. Methadone

    9. Zero Visibility

    10. Awake Too Long

    11. People Live Here

    12. Bridges
    Rise Against
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