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  • Any Time Any Place Any Time Any Place Quick View

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    Any Time Any Place

    1. I Just Wanna Dance With You
    2. Bottome Line Woman
    3. That's My Favorite Song
    4. I Think About You
    5. Get With The Band and Dance
    6. Life Is Just A Playground
    7. I'm Hooked On You
    8. Stranger (In My Life)
    9. Love Birds
    10. A Marriage On Paper Only
    The Dramatics
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  • Positive State of Mind Positive State of Mind Quick View

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    Positive State of Mind

    Positive State of Mind
    Live Your Life
    Bridge Over Troubled Water
    Blame It On New York City
    Please Say You'll Be Mine
    Give Me Some Attention Tonight
    Come On and Stay
    Bridge OVer Troubled Water (Instrumental)
    The Dramatics
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  • Dramatically Yours Dramatically Yours Quick View

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    Dramatically Yours

    One of their finest albums. The Dramatics had solidified their sound and personnel in the early '70s. L.J. Reynolds was now doing the leads, with Ron Banks' feathery falsetto and Willie Ford's booming baritone perfectly positioned at the top and bottom of the arrangements, and Reynolds and Lenny Mayes right in the center. Although they didn't generate much crossover success, they were on the R&B charts regularly with singles pulled from the album.

    -All Music Guide
    1. And I Panicked
    2. I Dedicated My Life to You
    3. You've Got Me Going Through a Thing
    4. I Pray She'll Never Go Away
    5. I Made Myself Lonely
    6. Highway to Heaven
    7. Beautiful Feeling
    8. Toast to the Fool
    9. It's So Hard Trying to Get over You
    The Dramatics
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  • Live Live Quick View

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    Get Up and Get Down
    Thankful For Your Love
    This Guys In Love With You
    Respect Yourself
    That's The Way I Feel About Cha
    Toast To The Fool
    In The Raiin
    Whatcha See Is Whatcha Get
    The Dramatics
    Vinyl LP - Sealed Small cutout slit on cover Buy Now
  • Somewhere In Time (A Dramatic Reunion) Somewhere In Time (A Dramatic Reunion) Quick View

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    Somewhere In Time (A Dramatic Reunion)

    Dream Lady
    Razor Blade
    One Love Ago
    Show Me What You Got
    When Love Is Over
    Somewhere In Time/ In The Rain/ Feel For You/ Hey You, Get Off My Mountain/ Girl, Stop Your Weeping/ Be My Girl
    Days of Yea and Ney
    Luv's Callin'
    She's Wild
    The Dramatics
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  • Whatcha See Is Whatcha Get Whatcha See Is Whatcha Get Quick View

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    Whatcha See Is Whatcha Get

    The Dramatics had been around in one form or another for nine years before the members got to release their first LP, and the result was a pair of breakthrough hits over the spring and summer of 1971, beginning with the title track, a Top Ten single that boasted not only extraordinary singing from bass to falsetto, but a soaring, punchy horn arrangement and some of the best fuzztone guitar heard on a hit record since the Rolling Stones' Satisfaction. The Afro-Cuban-flavored Get up and Get Down followed it into the R&B Top 20, and the Whatcha See Is Whatcha Get album followed them both. It was the third hit off of the album, In the Rain, a delicate ballad that was issued separately as a single in early 1972, topping the R&B charts and reaching number five on the pop charts, that solidified the group's reputation and elevated them to the front rank of '70s soul acts. The album showcased the group equally well doing up-tempo dance numbers (Mary Don't Cha Wanna) and ballads (Thank You for Your Love, Fall in Love, Lady Love), melding very attractive vocals to arrangements that instantly grabbed the listener, all of it pulled together by songwriter/producer Tony Hester. Even the lesser material, such as Gimme Some (Good Soul Music) -- on which Hester knew that one minute and 34 seconds was all that was needed to make its point -- were so attractive and rousing that they easily carried their portion of the album, whose short running time was its only flaw. All of the members, from Willie Ford's powerful bass to Ron Banks' airy falsetto, were presented to best advantage, but none more so than William Wee Gee Howard's lead vocals; ironically, this would be Howard's only completed album with the group, and their only album for two years to come because of the accompanying personnel problems. Still, it's a match for any soul album of its era.

    - Bruce Eder (All Music)
    1. Get Up And Get Down
    2. Thank You For Your Love
    3. Hot Pants In The Summertime
    4. Whatcha See Is Whatcha Get
    5. In The Rain
    6. Gimme Some (Good Soul Music)
    7. Fall In Love, Lady Love
    8. Mary Don't Cha Wanna
    The Dramatics
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  • 10.5 (Awaiting Repress) 10.5 (Awaiting Repress) Quick View

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    10.5 (Awaiting Repress)

    Music Is The People's Choice
    Welcome Back Home
    Runnin' From My Love
    Love Is Here
    I Just Wanna Dance The Night Away
    If You Feel Like You Wanna Dance, Dance
    It Ain't Rainin' (On Nobody's House But Mine)
    Be With The One You Love
    The Dramatics
    Vinyl LP - Sealed Small cutout slit on cover AWAITING REPRESS Buy Now
  • A Dramatic Turn Of Events A Dramatic Turn Of Events Quick View

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    A Dramatic Turn Of Events

    The mighty Dream Theater return stronger than ever with their most powerful album yet, A Dramatic Turn Of Events. Featuring On The Backs Of Angels, the much-anticipated platter marks new drummer, Mike Mangini's recorded debut and will be released via Roadrunner Records.

    I'm incredibly psyched with the way this album came out and can't wait to share it with everybody, guitarist John Petrucci, who also serves as the producer for A Dramatic Turn of Events, said.

    We have poured our hearts and minds into the creation of this album, keyboardist Jordan Rudess offered. All the life changing events that surrounded us before, as well as during the whole process, fueled our desire to dig deep within ourselves and create the best music we possibly could.

    Vocalist James LaBrie said, The new songs and sound has never been so spirited or rejuvenating. I cannot wait for every one of our fans to sink their audio senses into this batch of tunes.

    1. On the Backs of Angels

    2. Build Me Up, Break Me Down
    3. Lost Not Forgotten
    4. This is the Life
    5. The Shaman's Trance
    6. Outcry
    7. Far From Heaven
    8. Breaking All Illusions
    9. Beneath The Surface
    Dream Theater
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
  • Welcome To My Nightmare Welcome To My Nightmare Quick View

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    Welcome To My Nightmare

    1975 was a banner year for superstar Alice Cooper with his conceptual hit album Welcome To My Nightmare. A precursor to the video revolution, this newly remastered 180g audiophile vinyl release was an extravaganza on many levels and it soared to the top of pop and rock charts, thanks to the clever paring of the songs, dramatics and general persona of the legend Alice Cooper. Includes Only Women Bleed and Cold Ethyl as well as a first time deluxe gatefold cover.
    1. Welcome To My Nightmare
    2. Devil's Food
    3. The Black Widow
    4. Some Folks
    5. Only Women Bleed
    6. Department Of Youth
    7. Cold Ethyl
    8. Years Ago
    9. Steven
    10. The Awakening
    11. Escape
    Alice Cooper
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP Buy Now
  • 29 29 Quick View

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    On his third release of a most prolific year, Ryan Adams takes a break from his band, the Cardinals, to fashion an introspective song cycle with stripped-down arrangements focused on acoustic guitar or solo piano. After the propulsive, self-mythologizing title track opens the album in brazen fashion, forging an unlikely bond of comparison between John Lennon's Plastic Ono Band and the early '70s Grateful Dead, much of the rest of 29 finds Adams at his dreamiest (the reveries of Strawberry Wine and Elizabeth, You Were Born to Play That Part) and most rapturously romantic (the aching falsetto on the lovesick Starlite Diner). He continues to take chances and not all of them pay off, with the underwatery echo of Night Birds and the over-the-top dramatics of The Sadness showing the downside of self-indulgence, though Carolina Rain suggests he can return to the alt-country prime of Whiskeytown whenever the mood strikes. With the intimacy of the closing Voices, Ryan Adams sounds less like he is singing a song than sharing a secret. Refusing to rein himself in or pin himself down, he sings on the title track, You can't hang on to something that won't stop moving.
    1. 29

    2. Strawberry Wine

    3. Nightbirds

    4. Blue Sky Blues

    5. Carolina Rain

    6. Starlite Diner

    7. The Sadness

    8. Elizabeth, You Were Born To Play That Part
    9. Voices
    Ryan Adams
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
  • Like, Love, Lust, And The Open Halls Of The Soul Like, Love, Lust, And The Open Halls Of The Soul Quick View

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    Like, Love, Lust, And The Open Halls Of The Soul

    Jesse Sykes is hard to pin down--and that's a good thing indeed. She overlaps with current trends, but is completely her own artist. There are elements of alt-country, psych-folk, and singer-songwriter-troubadour, but also others that add alluring breadth to her sound, most notably in the band's penchant for drawing upon the best aspects of Haight-Ashbury ballroom sonics. How Will We Know swirls and builds with guitar tones that evoke John Cippolina (Quicksilver Messenger Service) and Barry Melton (Country Joe & the Fish). Sykes has taken those sounds (which were often the best part of the era's rather feeble cowboy machismo) and added finesse, poetics, and a woman's vantage point. Her lyrics are rife with cold winds and loneliness, but never without hope, even if that element is handled by the warm glow of the music. The band is a sympathetically balanced entity with supple power and grace. They move between loud and soft without the now cliched extreme dramatics originally pioneered by the Pixies--another example of Sykes eschewing trends and forging her own path.

    1. Eisenhower Moon
    2. LLL
    3. You Might Walk Away
    4. The Air Is Thin
    5. Spectral Beings
    6. How Will We Know?
    7. Hard Not To Believe
    8. Aftermath
    9. Station Grey
    10. I Like The Sound
    11. Morning, It Comes
    12. The Open Halls Of The Soul
    Jesse Sykes
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
  • True Romance True Romance Quick View

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    True Romance

    Over the past few years, Charli has released a series of singles and mixtapes, toured the globe supporting the likes of Coldplay, Santigold, Sleigh Bells and Justice and garnered champions from practically every tastemaker blog and magazine on both sides of the Atlantic. She's had 2.5 million views on YouTube, 470k views of new video for 'You (Ha Ha Ha)' (in one month) and over 630k total plays on Soundcloud. It's hard to believe someone so young could achieve so much. Through it all her main focus has always been on making the best possible album she could. This was made possible by working with some fantastic collaborators who helped hone her vision for a dark, emotional pop record including Ariel Rechtshaid (Usher, Major Lazer, Solange), Patrik Berger (Lana del Rey, Robyn) as well as hotly tipped blog favourites Blood Diamonds and J£zus Millions.

    As well as being an artist in her own right, Charli has written and featured on one of the biggest global breakthrough hits of 2012 for Icona Pop. I Love It created an absolute frenzy stateside, having blown up all over the world.

    True Romance shares its title with an unbelievably well-cast 1993 movie written by Quentin Tarantino, who was reassembling cultural detritus way before mash-ups and microblogging. Charli XCX's approach to pop is similarly postmodern (how 90s does that sound?), pulling from moody 80s synth-pop, sassy turn-of-the-millennium girl groups, and state-of-the-art contemporary producers to create something distinctive and immediately memorable. She clearly understands the internet, having shared two original mixtapes and two influences mixtapes before her official full-length, but this carefully pruned set is no data dump. And there you'll see a glimmer of True Romance's most throwback aspect: its evident pop ambition, an overriding sense of an imagined mass audience for music that's radio-ready yet outsider-friendly. It's almost like Napster-- and the filler-crammed album sales model that preceded it-- never happened.

    In fact, by the time Charli XCX was a teenage electro-house devotee, illegal file-sharing's early free-for-all had already given way to iTunes and other legal download services. Robyn had already released her self-titled comeback album. So it might be only natural that Charli XCX would keep the pre-bubble faith that people will pay for emotionally direct, bubblegum-catchy, yet stubbornly left-of-center songs about falling in and out of love. But the generous hooks on the previously released singles here, such as the gospel-kissed prechorus of the yearning Stay Away or the Santigold-savvy lilt of love-and-the-bomb brooder Nuclear Seasons, are extraordinarily welcome just the same. Even better are newer singles such as the gorgeously bitter You (Ha Ha Ha), which inhabits its cloud-rappy Gold Panda sample like they were made for each other, and the almost-as-gorgeously blissful What I Like, which recounts a still-young relationship with the cheeky frankness of Lily Allen or the Streets, and the sing-songy near-rapping of the Spice Girls.

    The several songs on True Romance that hadn't previously surfaced in videos or other releases aren't quite as strong, but they're effective enough to suggest Charli XCX's best work might still be ahead of her. The Todd Rundgren-sampling So Far Away, with the sun-dappled lushness of the Avalanches, is a clear highlight; Charli XCX's vocals are usually plain-spoken, but the anguished break-up plea Set Me Free proves she can reach for Jessie Ware-like dramatics when appropriate. The pitch-shifting no one is forever intro added at the start of opener Nuclear Seasons probably should've been given its own track-- and later on the album it is, when the same backing vocal forms the base of the cloudy, broken-hearted Grins. Elsewhere, the haunted confession How Can I, while solid enough, is a reminder that Charli XCX's lyrics so far tend to fall relatively flat; when, on swooning finale Lock You Up, she sings, It hits me like a ton of bricks, she leaves the clichÉ untweaked.

    And then there's Cloud Aura, a lovelorn, engagingly laid-back bit of groove that lets Grimes' Genesis video co-star Brooke Candy rap horribly about Chris Brown. Candy's guest verse previously appeared on 2012's uneven Super Ultra mixtape, and it was near-universally panned. It isn't any better now. But in an era when too many up-and-comers are all too eager to please, this stubborn refusal to back down displays another quality in short supply: genuine irreverence. The songwriting and production credits on True Romance include Usher's Climax co-conspirator Ariel Rechtshaid and I Love It collaborator Patrick Berger, among others, who also share some credit (and blame). But like 90s pop stars turned 10s pop sophisticates Justin Timberlake and BeyoncÉ, Charli XCX stamps her personality across the entire project, and True Romance suggests she'll be worth following for a while.
    - Marc Hogan, Pitchfork

    1. Nuclear Seasons
    2. You (Ha Ha Ha)
    3. Take My Hand
    4. Stay Away
    5. Set Me Free (Feel My Pain)
    6. Grins
    7. So Far Away
    8. Cloud Aura
    9. What I Like
    10. Black Roses
    11. You're the One
    12. How Can I
    13. Lock You Up
    Charli XCX
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  • The Imaginary Symphony - Minkowski: Les Musiciens Des Louvre The Imaginary Symphony - Minkowski: Les Musiciens Des Louvre Quick View

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    The Imaginary Symphony - Minkowski: Les Musiciens Des Louvre

    Une symphonie imaginaire is Minkowskis own collection of 17 orchestral pieces from 11 of Rameaus operas, compiled into a dramatic cycle that represents both the world of French Baroque dance music and the origins of French symphonic music. What emerges is a programme that is as dramatic as it is delightful and easily accessible!

    With this recording the musical universe of Rameau is captured in an entirely new programme concept by one of the most popular interpreters of French Baroque music. Marc Minkowski has collected about 20 orchestral pieces from 11 of Rameaus operas and has put them together into a dramatic cycle that represents both the world of French Baroque dance music and the origins of French symphonic music.

    1. Overture
    2. Scène funèbre
    3. Air tendre
    4. Premier Tambourin / Deuxième Tambourin
    5. Air tendre pour les Muses

    6. Contredanse
    7. Air gracieux
    8. Gavottes pour les Heures et les ZÉphirs
    9. Orage
    10. PrÉlude
    11. 1. La poule
    12. Musette tendre en rondeau, Tambourin en rondeau
    13. Ritournelle
    14. Rigaudons
    15. Danse des Sauvages
    16. EntrÉe de Polymnie
    17. Chaconne
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
  • The Childhood Of A Leader OST The Childhood Of A Leader OST Quick View

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    The Childhood Of A Leader OST

    Scott Walker's soundtrack to Brady Corbet's dramatic film, The Childhood Of A Leader, is his first OST work since his remarkable score for Pola X in 1999. His dramatic contribution is at the heart of the film, a tense semi-fictional film, inspired by Jean-Paul Sartre's short story of the same name, that follows the complicated formative years of young boy growing in France in 1918 who witnesses the signing of the Treatment of Versailles. Walker continues to work with long-term collaborators Pete Walsh (coproducer) and Mark Warman (orchestra, conductor), and were both involved in the live score performance by an orchestra of 80 that closed Rotterdam Film Festival last month.
    1. Orchestra Tuning Up
    2. Opening
    3. Dream Sequence
    4. Village Walk
    5. Run
    6. Down The Stairs
    7. Up The Stairs
    8. The Letter
    9. Versailles
    10. Cutting Flowers
    11. Boy,Mirror,Car Arriving
    12. Third Tantrum
    13. Printing Press
    14. On The Way To The Meeting
    15. The Meeting
    16. Post Meeting
    17. Finale
    18. New Dawn (Synth Layout For Cut Scene)
    Scott Walker
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  • All Alone In An Empty House All Alone In An Empty House Quick View

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    All Alone In An Empty House

    On All Alone In An Empty House, Lost In The Trees merges dramatic symphonic elements with the soaring melodies of American folk and modern pop, creating a sound that is simultaneously intimate and sonically ambitious. Working with North Carolina producer Scott Solter (The Mountain Goats, Superchunk, Spoon, St. Vincent), Ari Picker and company have created a maverick collection of beautiful soul baring music.
    1. All Alone in an Empty House
    2. Walk Around the Lake
    3. Mvt. 1 Sketch
    4. Song for the Painter
    5. Fireplace
    6. Love on My Side
    7. Wooden Walls of this Forest Church
    8. A Room Where Your Paintings Hang
    9. We Burn the Leaves
    10. Mvt. 2 Sketch
    11. For Leah and Chloe
    Lost In The Trees
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  • Parachutes Parachutes Quick View

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    Coldplay's acclaimed debut is a dark and melodic masterpiece that swells with pure emotion and showcases the group's boundless warmth and flair for moodily dramatic pop craftsmanship. Parachutes pristine, heartfelt songs stand up gracefully alone but gain even greater breadth in the context of the full album. It's an album of remarkable depth and beauty and a fine introduction to a band that has since gone on to become one of the biggest pop acts in the world.
    1. Don't Panic
    2. Shiver
    3. Spies
    4. Sparks
    5. Yellow
    6. Trouble
    7. Parachutes
    8. High Speed
    9. We Never Change
    10. Everything's Not Lost
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
  • Origin Of Symmetry Origin Of Symmetry Quick View

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    Origin Of Symmetry

    U.K. favorite Muse's 2001 sophomore release, Origin of Symmetry finds the band coming into their own and out of the shadow of their influences. Origin of Symmetry is a lush, artfully arranged album of epic dynamics that strikes a fine balance between progressive tendancies and straightforward rock accessibility. In addition to their grand sonic canvases, the album is complete with electronics, swirling guitars, baroque keyboard embellishments, dramatic vocals and melodic hooks, making for a fascinating and extremely satisfying overall effort.
    1. New Born
    2. Bliss
    3. Space Dementia
    4. Hyper Music
    5. Plug in Baby
    6. Citizen Erased
    7. Micro Cuts
    8. Screenager
    9. Darkshines
    10. Feeling Good
    11. Megalomania
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  • All Delighted People All Delighted People Quick View

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    All Delighted People

    The EP, All Delighted People, is built around two different versions of Sufjan Stevens' long-form epic ballad All Delighted People, a dramatic homage to the Apocalypse, existential ennui, and Paul Simons Sounds of Silence. The song was originally workshopped on Sufjans previous tour in the fall of 2009. Other songs on the EP include the 17-minute guitar jam-for-single-mothers Djohariah, and the gothic piano ballad The Owl and the Tanager, a live-show mainstay.
    1. Futile Devices
    2. Too Much
    3. Age of Adz
    4. I Walked
    5. Now That Im Older
    6. Get Real Get Right
    7. Bad Communication
    8. Vesuvius
    9. All for Myself
    10. I Want To Be Well
    11. Impossible Soul
    Sufjan Stevens
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  • Prokofiev: Scythian Suite Prokofiev: Scythian Suite Quick View

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    Prokofiev: Scythian Suite

    Whether you prefer the fabulous bass dynamics and savage paganism of the Scythian Suite, the colorful and captivating sound-portrait of the fairy tale Love for Three Oranges Suite, Dorati's super-charged readings of these scores are unsurpassed. Acclaimed by critics and audiophiles alike as among the very best of the best Mercury's, this dramatic and riveting combination of Prokofiev, Dorati and Mercury Living Presence is a sure winner.
    1. Les Ridicules

    2. Scene infernale

    3. Marche
    Antal Dorati
    200 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
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    Diluvia (Awaiting Repress)

    Diluvia finds the New York-based five-piece, led by vocalists/multi-instrumentalists Judah Dadone and rounded out by Doris Cellar, Chuck Criss, Kevin Read and Jacob Hyman, pushing the sonic boundaries of their breakthrough debut Weathervanes. Recorded over two months in New York City with producer Shane Stoneback (Vampire Weekend, Sleigh Bells, Cults), the album is both dramatic and expansive, while retaining the homespun charm of its predecessor.
    1. Aeolus
    2. Land Features
    3. Follow Through
    4. Spitting Image
    5. Locked Out
    6. Dig Into Waves
    7. Red Star
    8. Winter Seeds
    9. The Nothing
    10. DNA Bank
    11. Emergence Exit
    Freelance Whales
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  • Divine Ecstasy Divine Ecstasy Quick View

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    Divine Ecstasy

    Supreme Cuts, Chicago-dwelling duo of Austin Keultjes and Mike Perry, found its genesis in 2011, when their track Amnesia caught fire online and in clubs all the way from New York to Berlin. Resident Advisor said that their debut LP Whispers in The Dark is "the graceful leap forward that any groiup would dream off--there's no dramatic shift in style, only confidence." Divine Ecstasy is another leap forward for the duo, this time with the added shift of stellar vocal performances.
    1. Prologue (Agony/Ecstasy)
    2. Cocktails feat. Shy Girls
    3. Gone feat. Mahaut Mondino
    4. Dionysus Rising
    5. Envision feat. Channy from Poliça
    6. Divine Ecstasy
    7. Peak Experience
    8. Down feat. The GTW, Khallee & David Ashley
    9. Brown Flowers
    10. ISIS feat. Haleek Maul & Bago
    11. Bacchus
    12. Faded feat. Py
    13. It's Like That feat. Yen Tech
    14. Epilogue (Streetwalker)
    Supreme Cuts
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  • VoyAager VoyAager Quick View

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    With "VoyAager," Aa ("Big A little a") - one of the quintessential house bands of Brooklyn's mid-aughts loft party/DIY scene - have returned with their first US release since 2007. The heady new album, out on Northern Spy Records, expands dramatically on the band's primordial polyrhythms + noise palette to embrace lush electronic psychedelia, enveloping vocal textures, and even unexpected, glittering explosions of pop melodicism.
    1. Promsac
    2. Drug Mom
    3. Mossy
    4. Pug Pit
    5. Fish Phone
    6. Koosh
    7. Glow Wreath
    8. Gowntower
    9. Eyebells
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    Fast Food (On Sale)

    Having earned an early reputation for that uniquely rich, soulful voice; Nadine Shah released her debut album Love Your Dum and Mad to critical acclaim in 2013. Created with trusted collaborator and producer Ben Hillier, the excellent follow-up Fast Food was born from a fervent two-month writing session, Fast Food exists on a knife-edge every bit as dramatic as we've come to expect from Nadine but with a sharpened eye for all things hook laden; retaining a brooding grandeur in its movements.
    1. Fast Food
    2. Fool
    3. Matador
    4. Divided
    5. Nothing Else To Do
    6. Stealing Cars
    7. Washed Up
    8. The Gin One
    9. Big Hands
    10. Living
    Nadine Shah
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  • The Best of Trojan Rock Steady Vol. 1 The Best of Trojan Rock Steady Vol. 1 Quick View

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    The Best of Trojan Rock Steady Vol. 1

    1st wave in a series of LP's celebrating the re-launch of Trojan Records in the US. During the long, hot summer of 1966, Jamaica's national sound underwent a dramatic transformation, culminating in the rapid tempo of Ska ultimately supplanted by the slower, more soulful sound of ROCK STEADY. 12 of the most influential records from the original ROCK STEADY era, performed by Desmond Dekker & The Aces, Lee Perry, The Upsetters, & more.
    1. Rock Steady - Alton Ellis & The Flames
    2. 007 (Shanty Town) - Desmond Dekker & The Aces
    3. Ba Ba Boom - The Jamaicans
    4. Stop That Train - Keith & Tex
    5. My Conversation - The Uniques
    6. Train To Skaville - The Ethiopians
    7. The Tide Is High - The Paragons
    8. (I Am) The Upsetter - Lee Perry
    9. The Loser - Derrick Harriott
    10. Perfidia - Phyllis Dillon
    11. Hard To Confess - The Gaylads
    12. Return Of Django - The Upsetters
    Various Artists
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