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  • She Has No Strings Apollo (On Sale) She Has No Strings Apollo (On Sale) On Sale Quick View

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    She Has No Strings Apollo (On Sale)

    With each member of the band living on a different continent it took more than just a phone call to instigate a rehearsal. In February of 2002 (their 10th anniversary as a musical group), The Dirty Three reunited in Melbourne, Australia to demo some ideas they had been working on individually. They wound up with 20 songs, picked their favorites of the batch, and hit the road for two months to tour the new material. Along the way they met Fabrice Laureau, who among other things recorded part of the hit soundtrack to the film Amelie. He offered to record the band at a studio outside Paris, and thus was born She Has No Strings Apollo, the Dirty Three's sixth proper studio album.


    Originally released in 2003, She Has No Strings Apollo is marked by the band's signature sounds crashing together with remarkable power, fury, and beauty. Subtle touches of piano and the addition of bass guitar (a first for the band) work beautifully behind the shimmering melodies created by Warren Ellis' soaring violin, Mick Turner's ethereal guitar, and Jim White's tidal drumming. The Dirty Three makes that rare brand of music that is raw and pure and expressive and untainted by artifice.

    1.  Alice Wading

    2.  She Has No Strings

    3.  Long Way To Go With No Punch

    4.  No Stranger Than That

    5.  Sister Let Them Try And Follow

    6.  She Lifted The Net

    7.  Rude (And Then Some Slight Return)

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    Horse Stories

    Released in 1996, this was the band's second album for Touch And Go, and the record that put them on the map, showcasing their languid, nocturnal violin, guitar, and drum whirlwinds.
    1. 1000 Miles
    2. Sue's Last Ride
    3. Hope
    4. I Remember A Time When Once You Used To Love Me
    5. At The Bar
    6. Red
    7. Warren's Lament
    8. Horse
    9. I Knew It Would Come To This
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    Ocean Songs

    The emotionally churned fourth album from this heavyweight Australian trio takes we listeners on a ride of hope through the familar bogs of weariness and longing, beckoning us along through thick layers of guitar, violin and drums, until finally trapping us to smother in an inescapable quicksand of true beauty.
    1. Sirena
    2. The Restless Waves
    3. Distant Shore
    4. Authentic Celestial Music
    5. Backwards Voyager
    6. Last Horse on the Sand
    7. Sea Above, Sky Below
    8. Black Tide
    9. Deep Waters
    10. Ends of the Earth
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    Dirty Water

    The Standells' key albums for the Tower label (Dirty Water, Why Pick On Me, and Try It) perfectly bottled a rebellious wave of sound sweeping across Mid-1960's teen clubs, radio playlists and record racks. Starting with the genre-defining, proto-punk smash "Dirty Water", through a series of equally memorable underdog anthems ("Sometimes Good Guys Don't Wear White," "Why Pick on Me") and obscenities (the banned "Try It"), the Standells left an indelible mark on their era. Those three Tower albums are a veritable feast of three chord, fuzz-drenched, Vox Organ-driven "squares"-repellant.


    The Standells' Dirty Water album, their first for Tower Records, was primarily recorded away from their Hollywood home base. Producer Ed Cobb picked a Seattle studio and engineer Kearney Barton (the Sonics), unwittingly unleashing the savage Pacific Northwest Sound on the rest of the country. As Standells founding member Larry Tamblyn tells it, "It really was the Standells raw." The results include crushing classics like "Little Sally Tease," "Medication," and "Why Did You Hurt Me."

    1. Medication
    2. Little Sally Tease
    3. There's A Storm Coming
    4. 19th Nervous Breakdown
    5. Dirty Water
    6. Poor Man's Prison
    7. It's All In Your Mind
    8. Pride & Devotion
    9. Sometimes Good Guys Don't Wear White
    10. Hey Joe, Where You Gonna Go?
    11. Why Did You Hurt Me
    12. Rari
    13. Batman
    14. Take A Ride
    The Standells
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    Dirty Blues

    Texas & West Coast blues legend Lightnin' Hopkins delivers an amazing set with his 1971 Dirty Blues album. There was nobody quite like Lightnin' Hopkins. John Lee Hooker may have made more records but even he couldnt match the consistently high level of Hopkins creativity. Lightnin' and his vast repertoire represented the epitome of Texas country blues. No question. He came from a musical family and his unique guitar style was fashioned from the traditions he learned in the presence of Blind Lemon Jefferson and Texas Alexander, a distant cousin. His guitar both underscored and complemented the songs he drew from his own life and the lives of those around him.
    1. Home In The Woods
    2. Tap Dance Boogie
    3. Worried Blues
    4. One Kind Of Flavor
    5. Untrue Blues
    6. Fast Life Woman
    7. My Heart To Weep
    8. I'll Never Forget The Day
    9. Broken Hearted Blues
    10. Lightning's Gone Again
    11. European Blues
    12. Lighting's Blues
    Lightnin' Hopkins
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    Moon Pix

    Cat Power's stirring 1998 album Moon Pix, her fourth overall, continued Chan Marshall's evolution from indie-rock queen to reflective, accomplished songstress. The addition of The Dirty Three's Mick Turner and Jim White here also adds new depth to the proceedings as they gracefully complement Marshall's compelling, intricate guitar lines and gently insistent vocals to fine effect. Moon Pix is a soulful collection of songs that begins to truly uncover the raw power and emotional vulnerability that would inform Marshall's work from here on out. Matador Records 120g vinyl reissue with MP3 coupon.
    1. American Flag
    2. He Turns Down
    3. No Sense
    4. Say
    5. Metal Heart
    6. Back of Your Head
    7. Moonshiner
    8. You May Know Him
    9. Colors And The Kids
    10. Cross Bones Style
    11. Peking Saint
    Cat Power
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    Whatever You Love, You Are

    Australia's (though members now live in three different countries) guitar, drums and fiddle-wielding instrumental trio return with their fifth album of hella-burst wailing and heart-stopping emotional beauty. Six new songs that challenge, refresh and get right to the heart of the moment.
    1. Some Summers They Drop Like Flys
    2. I Really Should've Gone Out Last Night
    3. I Offered It Up to the Stars & the Night Sky
    4. Some Things I Just Don't Want to Know
    5. Stellar
    6. Lullabye for Christie
    Dirty Three
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    Cinder (On Sale)

    Unlike past recordings where the band tried to capture their live potential, this time they thought about how they might perform the songs later. As such, the tracks on Cinder are much shorter, trimmed down, and classic in composition. Sally Timms (Mekons) and Chan Marshall added guest vocals. ...the music pulls you into its deep blue moods, lifts you out, and leaves you cleansed - Rolling Stone.
    1. Ever Since
    2. She Passed Through
    3. Amy
    4. Sad Sexy
    5. Cinders
    6. This Night
    7. Flutter
    8. The Zither Player
    9. It Happened
    10. Great Waves
    11. Dream Evie
    12. Feral
    13. Doris
    14. Rain On
    15. Ember
    16. Michele
    17. Too Soon, Too Late
    18. Last Dance
    19. In Fall
    The Dirty Three
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    Rise Above

    The breadth of David Longstreth's talents as a songwriter, arranger, bandleader and singer call to mind Prince, Joni Mitchell, and Bjork. His constantly evolving sound, the sheer intensity of the music, and the originality of his voice set him apart. From beginning to end, Rise Above is a re-imagining of Black Flag's seminal 1981 record Damaged. It's not a covers record; Longstreth attempted to rewrite his favorite adolescent album word for word, from memory. The result resounds with a kind of elegant simplicity: beautiful interlocking guitar parts, gorgeous three-part vocal harmonies, and some great songwriting.

    1. What I See
    2. No More
    3. Depression
    4. Six Pack
    5. Thirsty and Miserable
    6. Police Story
    7. Gimmie Gimmie Gimmie
    8. Spray Paint (The Walls)
    9. Room 13
    10. Rise Above
    Dirty Projectors
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    Give It Time

    Three years have passed since the Revellions released their last single and it's been five years since their eponymous debut album on Dirty Water Records. This will be the one album this year for which anticipation is high. This is the one the fans have been waiting for. The album contains contributions from members old and new and spans a riotous five years, much of which was spent touring around Europe with recording sessions in Dublin fitted in when they were able to drag themselves out of the pub. Despite the time lapse and line up changes, this is no difficult second album. It's a coherent collection of tracks that truly represents the band at this time. This is a band becoming tighter than ever with new songs to not just rival but surpass those on the debut.
    1. Bitter & Twisted
    2. Sighs
    3. Don't Wait For Me
    4. Give It Time
    5. In Vino Veratas
    6. Somewhere In Between
    7. Strung Out Bad
    8. The Waltz
    9. Drip
    The Revellions
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    A Cellarful Of Muck

    It's the #1 garage-rock band in the US of A, back with their fourth release on Dirty Water Records, A Cellarful of Muck. Muck And The Mires' unique Hamburg-era Beatles meets 1977-era Ramones sound has them dancing in the aisles from London to Worcester and these 13 original tracks are by far their best to date. Featuring production from the legendary Kim Fowley (The Runaways).
    1. King of The Beat
    2. Saturday Let Me Down Again
    3. I'm Tired of Losin' Sleep Over You
    4. Creep You Out
    5. Right Now
    6. Tear It Down
    7. Love Hates Me
    8. We Don't Have To Hide Anymore
    9. A Piece of Nothing
    10. Laura's A Liar
    11. That's The Way It's Always Gonna Be
    12. I Don't Need A Reason
    13. Love Is Knockin' At Your Door
    Muck and the Mires
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    Scoop 3

    In a world of trendy popsters, the King of Rock Royalty emerges solo with a new masterpiece. Scoop 3 is a continuation of Townshend's infamous Scoop projects, proving that carefully orchestrated lullabys, such as I Think I Like It the Way It Is, can co-exist with the cutting, raw power of bedroom style recording in Dirty Water. Townshend miraculously brings to life a notebook of his art in a fashion that may seem a bit unorthodox to some, but fully realized to devoted music lovers of all ages.

    This three LP set offers many moods to travel through, only to realize that Townshend is still a sure bet when it comes to pleasure, beauty, and intensity.

    LP 1
    1. Can You See The Real Me
    2. Dirty Water
    3. Commonwealth Boys
    4. Theme 015
    5. Marty Robbins
    6. I Like It The Way It Is
    7. Theme 016
    8. No Way Out (However Much I Booze)
    9. Collings
    10. Parvardigar
    11. Sea And Sand
    12. 971104 Arpeggio Piano


    LP 2
    1. Theme 017
    2. I Am Afraid
    3. Maxims For Lunch
    4. Wistful
    5. Eminence Front
    6. Lonely Words
    7. Prelude 970519
    8. Iron Man Recitative
    9. Tough Boys
    10. Did You Steal My Money?
    11. Can You Really Dance?


    LP 3
    1. Variations On Dirty Jobs
    2. All Lovers Are Deranged
    3. Elephants
    4. Wired To The Moon - Pt. 2
    5. How Can You Do It Alone
    6. Poem Disturbed
    7. Squirm Squirm
    8. Outlive The Dinosaur
    9. Teresa
    10. Man And Machines
    11. It's In Ya

    Pete Townshend
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    Gnuggets

    The Wildebeests are something of a garage-rock supergroup, seeing as the group consists of John Gibbs (The Kaisers, Holly Golightly Band, The Masonics), Lenny Helsing (Thanes, Green Telescope) and, last but not least, Russ Wilkins (Pop Rivets, Milkshakes and Delmonas). These three old gits all cut their teeth playing raw beat music and generally causing a rumpus and when their paths crossed they found that they had the same old cranky, rusty equipment plus some new(ish) shiny tunes that they had accumulated along the way.


    Side 1

    1. Hidden Charms
    2. No Lip
    3. I Feel Alright
    5. Dinosaur
    6. Rowed Out
    7. Parchman Farm
    8. Pow Wow


    Side 2
    9. Just Like Me
    10. Mellow Down Easy
    11. Please Go Home
    12. All aboard
    13. Public Image
    14. 12xu
    15. I Wanna be Loved
    16. Garageland


    Side 3
    17. Moose-scraper
    18. Switchback
    19. Commanche
    20. Woodbine
    21. You Lie
    22. Mongoloid
    23. One + One
    24. Teenage Letter
    25. Gorilla Got Me


    Side 4
    26. Rudolph's Ruin
    27. Plum Duff
    28. She Lives in a Time of Her Own
    29. Monkey Lovin Girl
    30. 1996
    31. Let it Rock
    32. Argy Bargy
    33. Pointless

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    No More Shall We Part

    No More Shall We Part ends a four-year silence from Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds. A best-of was issued in 2000, but no new material has appeared since 1997's landmark album, The Boatman's Call. With that record Cave had finally delivered what everyone knew he was capable of: an entire album of deeply tragic and beautiful love songs without irony, sarcasm, or violent resolution. It appears that The Boatman's Call has altered the manner in which Cave writes songs, and the Bad Seeds illustrate them. Two musical directors -- the ubiquitous Mick Harvey and Dirty Three violinist Warren Ellis -- craft a sonic atmosphere whose textures deepen and widen Cave's most profound and beautiful lyrics to date. The ballads have the wide, spacious, sobering ambience one has come to expect from the Bad Seeds. There is an ethereal change in sound in the up-tempo numbers, which are, for lack of better terminology, musical novellas. They plumb the depths of blues, yet contain glissando and crescendos from the orchestral music of composers such as Fartein Valen and Olivier Messiaen. There are places, such as in Oh My Lord, where rock & roll is evoked as a device, but this isn't rock music. A listen to As I Sat Sadly By Her Side, Hallelujah, and the aforementioned track (the most rock song here) will attest that it is merely one color on a musical palette that is more expansive now than at any time in the band's history. Also in the band's musical treasure trove is the addition of the McGarrigle sisters on backing vocals - nowhere is their contribution more poignant than on the tenderly daunting, haunted house that is Love Letter. Lyrically, and as a vocalist, Cave has undergone a startling, profound metamorphosis. Gone is the angry, humorous cynic whose venom and bile touched even his lighter moments. His deep taunting ambivalence about Jesus Christ and Christianity in general is gone, vanished into a maturity that ponders spiritual things contemplatively. Humor that pokes fun churchianity remains, but not as a source of its inspiration. Over these 12 tracks, Cave has taken the broken heart--so openly exhibited on The Boatman's Call--and elevated it to the place where he has learned to live with, and speak from it as both an artist and a human being. Leonard Cohen stated in the song Anthem, that, there is a crack in everything/that's where the light gets in.No More Shall We Part is a mosaic of those cracks. If this album is about anything, it is about love's ability to survive in the world. It is examined concretely and abstractly; to the point where it meditates on this theme even cinematically. His methodology for the listener is, even though these are intimate conversations, the effect is illustrated in widescreen. In this way, Cave touches the heart in the same way Andrei Tarkovsky's films Stalker and The Sacrifice and Wim Wenders' Wings of Desire do. There is powerful emotion here, spiritual, psychological and romantic, without a hint of the sentimentality that would make it false. As both a singer and a songwriter, his work has been transformed into something so full of depth, color, and dimension, that there is simply no one except his mentors working on this level in popular music. In the opening moments of As I Sat Sadly By Her Side, a tenderly, softly sung vocal delivers: Then she drew the curtains down/And said when will you ever learn/That what happens there beyond the glass/Is simply none of your concern/God has given you but one heart/You are not a home but the hearts of your brothers/God don't care for your benevolence anymore/But he cares for the lack of it in others/Nor does he care for you to sit at/Windows in judgement of the world he created/While sorrows pile up around you/Ugly, useless and over-inflated/At which she turned her head away/Great tears leapin' from her eyes/I could not wipe a smile from my face/As I sat sadly by her side. The title track is a ballad that could have been lifted from The Boatman's Call, except it lacks the reaching tragedy. And Cave sings in a tenor no one thought him capable of -- And all the birds will sing to your beautiful heart/Up on the bell/And no more shall we part. The chaos of earlier Bad Seeds outings does kick up on The Sorrowful Wife, where violins and Blixa Bargeld's guitars duel with Jim Sclavunos's drums for domination of the sonic torrent. The record closes with two of Cave's most beautiful songs, a near country gospel waltz called Gates to the Garden with the McGarrigles sweetening an already lovely tome to redemptive love. Finally, Darker With the Day, illustrated by Harvey's striking pianistic ballad framework touched by Bill Evans' technique, is as strikingly autobiographical as Cave has ever been, highlighting the extremes of good and evils that inform and torment the protagonist's inner emotional life within in a single day. There is loss and the seeking of deliverance and, in a statement not so much of recognition that this is simply fate, he also acknowledges hope: All these streets are frozen now/I come and go/Full of a longing for something I do not know. As he calls to a lover gone seemingly forever, he comes to the conclusion that for him, redemption is in love itself, whether divine or profane; the only hope is that love, between two people or between an individual and her or his creator, depends on one's openness to receiving it. Who can argue with him? No More Shall We Part leaves listeners in awe, full of complex emotions, and pondering the notion that they've been in the presence of great redemptive art--which Henry James calls, the thing that can never be repeated.

    - Thom Jurek (All Music)
    1. As I Sat Sadly by Her Side
    2. And No More Shall We Part
    3. Hallelujah
    4. Love Letter
    5. Fifteen Feet of Pure White Snow
    6. God Is in the House
    7. Oh My Lord
    8. Sweetheart Come
    9. The Sorrowful Wife
    10. We Came Along This Road
    11. Gates to the Garden
    12. Darker with the Day
    Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds
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    Look What The Cat Dragged In (Pre-Order)

    The Poison / Friday Music 180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl Series Begins

    Stunning New 180 Gram Audiophile 30th Anniversary Limited Edition Vinyl Release Of Their Multi Gold And Platinum Debut Album!

    Featuring Hard Rock Anthems I Want Action Talk Dirty To Me I Won't Forget You & Cry Tough

    Mastered Impeccably By Joe Reagoso (Alice Cooper/David Bowie) At Friday Music Studios, Huntington Beach, CA From The Capitol Records Tapes

    Stellar Gatefold Cover Artwork With Lyrics And Rare Photos From The Long Out Of Print Vinyl Release

    2017 marks the 30th Anniversary of the debut of the multi-platinum smash Look What The Cat Dragged In from Harrisburg Pennsylvania's hard rocker Poison. Fronted by the driving lead vocals of Bret Michaels, the multi-talented Bobby Dahl on bass, the powerful drums of Rikki Rockett and the guitar chops of C.C. DeVille, Look What The Cat Dragged In proved to be worth its weight in gold and platinum sales.

    Featuring three mega hits with I Want Action, Talk Dirty To Me and the power ballad I Won't Forget You, this album is known as one of the first hard rock/metal albums to bridge the old school with the new & is still considered one of the strongest hard rock debuts ever.

    Friday Music is very proud to announce the Poison 180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl series beginning with their stellar smash debut Look What The Cat Dragged In.

    Mastered impeccably from the Enigma Records/Capitol Records tapes by Joe Reagoso at Friday Music Studios in Huntington Beach, CA, this 180 Gram limited edition release also is packaged in an exclusive gatefold collector's cover featuring the original artwork and lyrics.

    This will be one of the most anticipated heavy rock revisits to ever grace a turntable this year!

    Poison....Look What The Cat Dragged In....A hard rock heavy metal classic...Stunning new 180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl....Stellar gatefold cover artwork.....An exclusive from your friends at Friday Music!

    1. Cry Tough
    2. I Want Action

    3. I Won't Forget You
    4. Play Dirty
    5. Look What The Cat Dragged In
    6. Talk Dirty To Me
    7. Want Some, Need Some
    8. Blame It On You
    9. # 1 Bad Boy
    10. Let Me Go To The Show
    Poison
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  • Safe City Blues Safe City Blues Quick View

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    Safe City Blues

    The DOUBLE LP Is Limited To 250 Copies Only!


    After a very long hiatus, the handsome young men in The Bamboo Kids have returned with not just an LP's worth of work, but a DOUBLE LP!


    Though The Bamboo Kids may argue with that. Whatever. We geniuses here at Drug Front know a masterpiece when we hear it, and "Safe City Blues" is just that. An absolute rock-n-roll masterpiece. It's already being heralded by both Rev. Nørb (singer of Boris The Sprinkler/author of the new "The Annotated Boris") and Designated Dale from Razorcake and the much-missed Flipside magazine as contender for record of the year. Those two guys don't fuck around and mince words. They mean it. And we mean it, too! "Safe City Blues" was well worth the wait since their last LP that came out many years ago.


    Just to give you an idea what's up, I will let Designated Dale wax poetic about The Bamboo Kids. He writes:


    "Not too long ago, I reviewed an EP from the 'Kids in these very pages, and was pleasantly surprised that such a great rock'n'roll band like this exists these days. This double full-length, which includes the songs from that EP, further prove that NYC is far from finished when it comes to laying down the goods in the studio, as well as producing some of the better live acts that you and your more discriminating, music-craving pals can catch these days. Those keen on the vinyl will also be happy to know that the 150 gram vinyl version of this set is limited to 250 copies. Safe City Blues is a healthy dollop of getting your riffed-filled rocks off, and there's no correct side of the genre dividing line you have to stand on to appreciate these rekkids. Simply put, if you like good music (as Sam Cooke one time asked), chances are you'll have a helluva good time spinning this vinyl. The Bamboo Kids' soundscape mixes and matches with some of the better influences of our time: Dead Boys/Stiv's post-Dead Boys solo work, the non-wanking era of The Stones, that all-too-brief 1973 to 1974 window of the New York Dolls, a healthy dusting of Bowie's glitter era, the catchiness of Mott The Hoople, and those awesomely solid hooks that Dramarama still bring to the table to this day, and this is just what I hear the first couple of times around. Fans of Prima Donna should find the 'Kids right up their dirty little alley, as well. These three guys have been at it for ten years now, and not only does it keep getting more and more solid, but they deliver just as much as most four or five piece bands do. Yeah, think about that while you dig on this." Yep.


    Let's just say that if you love rock-n-roll. You will love "Safe City Blues" by The Bamboo Kids.

    LP1
    1. Ain't A Man
    2. Batshit Crazy
    3. Privacy
    4. Money (Worry All The Time)
    5. The Most Important Rule
    6. Dumb For Life
    7. The Way Things Are
    8. Don't Believe All You Hear
    9. Señorita Carmen
    10. What I Miss


    LP2
    1. My Way Is Down
    2. Assembly Line
    3. Daylight Be Damned
    4. Back To Brooklyn
    5. You Don't Know Nothing (Like I Do)
    6. Digging A Grave
    7. Streets Of New York City
    8. Central European Time
    9. No Fool No Care
    10. Wrecking Ball

    The Bamboo Kids
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    Look Mom No Head!

    On Cardinal Red Vinyl


    The fiendishly fun Cramps have been creating their own style of dirty Garage Rock 'N' Roll for 30 years and they show no sign of letting up. Although not the most prolific band on the planet, they certainly cram plenty of meat onto each of their silver platters when they do get around to releasing them. Look Mom, No Head!, originally released in 1991, is no exception. It's raw and it's dirty! It growls and snarls! It kicks and screams! Yes, it's The Cramps doing what they do best. If you're looking for a ghoulishly good time, look no further!

    1. Dames, Booze, Chains And Boots
    2. Two Headed Sex Change
    3. Blow Up Your Mind
    4. Hardworkin' Man
    5. Miniskirt Blues
    6. Alligator Stomp
    7. I Wanna Get In Your Pants
    8. Bend Over, I'll Drive
    9. Don't Get Funny With Me
    10. Eyeball In My Martini
    11. Hipsville 29 B. C.
    12. The Strangeness In Me
    The Cramps
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    Chulahoma

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    1 Keep Your Hands off Her

    2 Have Mercy on Me

    3 Work Me

    4 Meet Me in the City

    5 Nobody But You

    6 My Mind Is Ramblin'
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    2. Pleasure Gun
    3. Awake in the Night
    4. Cheap Style
    5. As It Never Came
    6. (Don't) Hold Me Down
    7. Taller in the Sunshine
    8. You're So Special
    9. Smoke Rings
    10. Nothing So Cold
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    Pittsburgh native Chris Laufman, performing as Wise Blood, was poised for a huge splash in 2011--the beginnings of his musical career already heralded by Pitchfork, The Fader, Stereogum and more. The new album 'id' was co-produced by Nicolas Vernhes (Animal Collective, Dirty Projectors) and Laufman explains the album as a snapshot of thoughts and experiences from a three month period in 2012 played out in a single day.
    1. Alarm
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    3. Rat
    4. Routine Reality
    5. AMC Loews Waterfront
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    7. 8 P.M.-10 P.M.
    8. Spider Web
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    10. Universe is Blessed
    11. 0.01$
    12. Consumed
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    Well, we didn't expect this! After a 3-year hiatus following what we assumed was their swan song, the sprawling double-album, Growing - San Diego's Sleeping People return with this hypnoticfever-dream of a 12. Following the departure of guitarist Amber Coffman (who left to pursue herother group, The Dirty Projectors, full-time), Sleeping People's core group - guitarist KaseyBoekholt, bassist Kenseth Thibideau, and drummer Brandon Relf - reunited with original guitarist,the nimble-fingered Joileah Thalmann.
    1. Klinik
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    Sleeping People
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    1. Tales of Crime (Part 1)
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    Root Down captures the king of the Hammond B3 organ, Jimmy Smith, playing down and dirty R&B. The album
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    1994. There is also a hypnotic reading of Al Green's pleading Let's Stay Together, which yet again proves that
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    1. Sagg Shootin' His Arrow
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    3. After Hours
    4. Root Down (And Get It)
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    Stevie Ray Vaughan already had a decade of performing experience under his belt when he burst into the mass consciousness with his landmark 1983 debut LP Texas Flood. Recorded in a mere three days in Jackson Browne's private studio, Texas Flood became a surprise smash and established Vaughan as the preeminent guitar hero of the '80s. The album, which earned a pair of Grammy nominations, features the hit Pride and Joy, along with such beloved Vaughan numbers as Love Struck Baby, Dirty Pool and Lenny.

    1. Love Struck Baby
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    3. Texas Flood
    4. Tell Me
    5. Testify
    6. Rude Mood
    7. Mary Had A Little Lamb
    8. Dirty Pool
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