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Edge Of Seventeen'
The Edge of Seventeen SoundtrackPressed On 180-Gram Audiophile Vinyl
First Pressing Of 750 Numbered Copies On Orange Vinyl, Black Vinyl Thereafter
Housed In A Gatefold Sleeve
Includes Exclusive Poster
PVC Protective Sleeve
OST Of The Brand New 2016 Movie, Featuring Hailee Steinfeld & Woody Harrelson
Great Tracks By Santigold, Anderson Paak, Two Door Cinema Club, Aimee Mann, Miike Snow, Handsome Poets, Phantogram, Angus & Julia Stone, Birdy A.O.
The Edge of Seventeen is a new coming-of-age movie in the vein of Sixteen Candles and The Breakfast Club - an honest, candid, often hilarious look at what it's like to grow up as a young woman in today's modern world.
Everyone knows that growing up is hard, and life is no easier for high school junior Nadine (Hailee Steinfeld), who is already at peak awkwardness when her all-star older brother Darian starts dating her best friend Krista. All at once, Nadine feels more alone than ever, until the unexpected friendship of a thoughtful boy gives her a glimmer of hope that things just might not be so terrible after all.
The Edge of Seventeen marks the feature directorial debut of writer-director Kelly Fremon Craig, and is produced by Academy Award® winner James L. Brooks - the filmmaker behind big-screen, character-driven classics such as Terms of Endearment, Broadcast News, Big, Say Anything, The Simpsons, Jerry Maguire and As Good as It Gets.
The film is getting plenty of comparisons to the John Hughes' The Breakfast Club, but it's mostly modern soundtrack helps set it apart from those 80s classics: Santigold's new rollicking Who I Thought You Were, a standout off this year's 99¢, opens the movie and a pivotal party scene is filled with tracks by festival favorites like Two Door Cinema Club and Anderson .Paak.
Furthermore the soundtrack of the film features a hearty and exciting mix of talents as diverse as Aimee Mann, Phantogram, Birdy, Handsome Poets, Miike Snow and others.LP 1
1. Who I Thought You Were - Santigold
2. Ballroom Blitz - The Struts
3. Am I Wrong - Anderson.Paak Ft. Schoolboy Q
4. Bad Decisions - Two Door Cinema Club
5. Psycho - A$ap Ferg Save Me - Aimee Mann
6. Genghis Khan - Miike Snow
7. Don't You Wait - Cloves
8. The D*head Song - Miles Betterman
1. Somebody Else - The 1975
2. When They Fight, They Fight - Generationals
3. Hard Luck - Black Pistol Fire
4. When I'm Small - Phantogram
5. Big Jet Plane - Angus & Julia Stone
6. To Build A Home - The Cinematic Orchestra
7. Sky On Fire (Eo17 Remix) - Handsome Poets
8. Ghost In The Wind - Birdy
9. Nadine's Theme - Atli Örvarsson
10. The Hug - Atli Örvarsson$33.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
Bella DonnaNewly remastered version of Stevie Nick's Debut solo album, Bella Donna. Nicks joined producer Jimmy Iovine to begin recording songs for her solo debut, following the recording of Fleetwood Mac's Tusk and subsequent tour. The 1981 album was quickly certified platinum thanks to Nicks classics like "Edge Of Seventeen," "Stop Draggin' My Heart Around" (with Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers) and "Leather And Lace" (with Don Henley).1. Bella Donna
2. Kind of Woman
3. Stop Draggin' My Heart Around (with Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers)
4. Think About It
5. After The Glitter Fades
6. Edge of Seventeen
7. How Still My Love
8. Leather And Lace
9. Outside The Rain
10. The Highwayman$21.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
24 Karat Gold - Songs From The VaultStevie Nicks 24 Karat Gold - Songs from the Vault. The new studio album of 14 never-before-released songs.
"Each song is a lifetime. Each song has a soul They represent my life behind the scenes, the secrets, the broken hearts, the broken hearted and the survivors. These songs are the memories - the 24 karat gold rings in the blue box; These songs are for you." - Stevie Nicks
The legendary Stevie Nicks has an instantly recognizable voice that rises above all others that stops you in your tracks - that has inspired and influenced artists for generations. It is at once haunting, romantic, filled with mystery and completely unforgettable. Added to the voice are her extraordinary songwriting talents which have brought joy to her millions of fans for generations. Collectively they add up to one of the most successful female artists in rock history.
As a member of the legendary Fleetwood Mac whose Rumours CD was one of the biggest selling albums of all time, Nicks' four decade career includes multiple Grammy awards, numerous gold and platinum records, induction into the prestigious Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and unforgettable performances across the stages of the world for decades.
Nicks who has penned Fleetwood Mac classics including the timeless Landslide," Dreams," "Gold Dust Woman" and Rhiannon has had equal success as a solo artist beginning with her five times platinum debut Bella Donna. With unforgettable songs such as Edge of Seventeen and Stand Back, Stevie Nicks is unique among the pantheon of rock icons.LP 1
2. If You Were My Love
3. Mabel Normand
5. 24 Karat Gold
6. Belle Fleur
7. All The Beautiful Worlds
1. I Don't Care
2. Watch Chain
3. Hard Advice
5. Blue Water
6. Cathouse Blues
7. The Dealer
8. She Loves Him Still$26.99Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
In Search Of The Lost Chord
The Moody Blues/Friday Music 180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl Series Continues!
Celebrate 4 Decades Of Their Legendary Psychedelic Masterpiece In Search Of The Lost Chord - First Time 180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl!
Mastered Impeccably By Joe Reagoso From The Original Deram Records Tapes
In Search of the Lost Chord was another huge platinum plus smash for The Moody Blues and a stellar continuance
of their progressive rock sound for the fans of this legendary English quintet. Featuring the original award winning lineup of Justin Hayward (lead vocals/guitars), John Lodge (lead vocals/bass), Ray Thomas (lead vocals/flutes), Ray Pinder
(lead vocals/keyboards) and Graeme Edge (drums/vocals), In Search of the Lost Chord is undoubtedly one of their biggest
selling albums and also one of the finest offerings in their huge catalog.
Buoyed by the success of the hit single Ride My See-Saw, their definitive follow up to Days of Future Passed, In Search of the Lost Chord was filled with more hypnotic rockers like the powerful Ray Thomas classic Legend of a Mind, John Lodge's masterpiece House of Four Doors, plus the legendary Justin Hayward's prog-rock
champion Voices in the Sky.
The wonderful release also features a fine array of songs from vocalist and keyboard whiz Mike Pinder including
the acid rock sounds of The Best Way to Travel and the album's stellar closer Om, as well as the ever talented Graeme
Edge's distinctive drum work throughout the LP and his lyrical prowess with the album's well known classics The Word
The beauty of this album is that you could always count on a classic listen from these five gentlemen of song.
Featuring Ray Thomas' striking vocals and flute delivery, Justin Hayward's and John Lodge's guitars and vocal acumen,
the magic of Ray Pinder on the keys and classic vocal, plus Graeme Edge's powerful drum and singing, In Search of the
Lost Chord became the album of choice for radio programmers in 1968. All in all, a hypnotic and spirited set from this
very important and much loved classic rock band.
This amazing album has been out of print on vinyl for many years, that is until now
Friday Music is very honored to continue another installment in our Moody Blues 180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl Series
with their masterpiece In Search of the Lost Chord. Mastered impeccably from the original Deram Records tapes by Joe
Reagoso at Friday Music Studios, this album is truly a thrilling first time 180 Gram audiophile vinyl release.
For this special limited edition, we have also included the original full color album cover in gatefold style for the first
time since it was released in 1968, complete with the great music you will always remember from this historic classic.
In Search of the Lost Chord from The Moody Blues on impeccable first time 180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl exclusively from your friends at Friday Music We're All Looking For Someone1. Departure
2. Ride My See-Saw
3. Dr. Livingstone, I Presume
4. House of Four Doors
5. Legend of a Mind
6. House of Four Doors (Part 2)
7. Voices in the Sky
8. The Best Way to Travel
9. Visions of Paradise
10. The Actor
11. The Word
12. Om$31.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP Buy Now
IncunabulaIncunabula, the debut full-length offering from Autechre finally made available again on vinyl, having been out of print on vinyl since 2001. Having first emerged onto a post-acid house 1993, Incunabula was released as part 7 of the now legendary Artificial Intelligence series of albums and compilations from Warp. A series that gave us early records from artists who went on to sculpt the electronic landscape both in and out of the club. Being lined up against such contemporaries as Black Dog Productions (Balil and Plaid) Aphex under his Polygon Window guise, Richie Hawtin's FUSE project, Speedy J, B12 & on the series' closing compilation, artists as diverse as Seefeel, Richard H Kirk & The Higher Intelligence Agency. Incunabula set the tone for the following landmark albums from Ae, huge caustic dissections of sound that almost resemble vast mathematical equations more than they do club fodder (though tracks like the breakbeat whip crack of Doctrine and the acidic euphoria of Maetl, which when deployed by the right DJ will go off). For those just arriving at the edge of Ae's world and are looking for an entry point into the sprawling discography of the group, or those of you looking to delve into the pre-MaxMSP archives, this is the record for you. There is not much we can say that has not been said before, but this truly is a landmark album of UK electronica, a legendary recording that still even after twenty-six years still sounds like a future we are yet to arrive at.1. Kalpol Introl
4. Bronchus 2
11. 444$24.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Play Me BackwardsFirst released in 1992, Play Me Backwards holds a very special place in the rich recording history of Joan Baez. The albums sessions brought her back to Nashville for the first time since the series of four albums she had recorded in Music City between 1968 and 1971. Returning to Nashvilles familiar environment two decades later and collaborating with producers Wally Wilson and Kenny Greenberg proved to be a perfect fit. Joan reaffirmed her unique ability to identify and interpret successive generations of songwriters whose music had the ability to speak to her: Mary Chapin Carpenter (Stones In the Road), John Stewart (Strange Rivers), John Hiatt (Through Your Hands), the duo of Janis Ian and Buddy Mondlock (Amsterdam), and Ron Davies (Steal Across the Border and The Dream Song, co-written with Joan). Play Me Backwards also contains four songs that Joan co-wrote with her two producers (Play Me Backwards, Isaac and Abraham, Im With You, and Edge Of Glory, one of the last occasions on which she has contributed to an album as a songwriter.
Adding historic provenance to this reissue is a second disc containing previously unreleased demos of 10 songs which were contemplated by Joan and her producers, heard here for the first time. Some of the songwriters are not widely known, such as the late Mark Heard (Rise From the Ruins, Lonely Moon), John Hadley (The Last Day) or Gary Nicholson (Trouble With the Truth); and one writer is not known at all (Medicine Wheel). On the other hand, there are additional songs from Janis Ian (We Endure) and Ron Davies (Dark Eyed Man, originally recorded by Kevin Welch as Dark Eyed Gal); and one that Joan wrote with Greenbergs wife, the respected Christian artist Ashley Cleveland (In My Day). Fans will be immediately drawn to Joans version of Bob Dylans Seven Curses (his adaptation of the traditional Child ballad The Maid Freed From the Gallows aka Anathea), the only one of these songs previously recorded by Joan (on the live album Bowery Songs in 2005).
By all accounts, Play Me Backwards is said to be the album that began the renaissance of Joan Baezs career that has continued through 2008s Grammy-nominated Day After Tomorrow. Play Me Backwards is an album whose impact will continue to reverberate for decades to come.1. Play Me Backwards
3. Isaac and Abraham
4. Stones in the Road
5. Steal Across the Border
6. I'm With You
7. I'm With You (reprise)
8. Strange Rivers
9. Through Your Hands
10. The Dream Song
11. The Edge of Glory$52.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
Die Healing (Awaiting Repress)"Die Healing" featuring original SAINT VITUS vocalist Scott Reagers! This is essential doom!!!!
Recommended if You Like: BLACK SABBATH, TROUBLE, COUNT RAVEN, CANDLEMASS, THE OBSESSED, HIGH ON FIRE, SLEEP, BARONESS, MASTODON, SIR LORD BALTIMORE
Die Healing is a pivotal point in Vitus' discog; not only their very last before they temporarily ended their relentlessly classic doom metal album releases with a thirteen year hiatus, but their third recording with Scott Reagers, who helped make the eponymous debut, Hallow's Victim and EP The Walking Dead such milestones of doom. And what a way to go out. Many will tell you this is actually Saint Vitus' finest moment, and although I favour the debut and Wino's career zenith Born Too Late above it, there is no doubt it deserves as solid a place in the pantheon of doom as Nightfall or Master Of Reality or In The Rectory Of The Bizarre Reverend.
The band's sound and instrumentation is class without question. The guitar tone saw a slight departure from the fuzz prevalent on Wino-albums (including the 2012 opus Lillie: F-65), with something more of an electric edge familiar to C.O.D. Fret not, the tone is still plenty burly, and of course massively appropriate for the toking of vaporous substances.
The guitar solos are likewise a little clearer - though of course solos like on 'One Mind' and 'Return Of The Zombie' have that inimitable Chandler scaling chaos in spades, squeaking like a dozen metal detectors malfunctioning. In general though the album's sound gives the feeling of the band moving forward with the sound established on the underappreciated, Chritus Linderson-assisted C.O.D., while welcoming their original singer back into the fold as easily as if he'd never left. It comes together brilliantly.
What cements the album's place atop the pile of '90s Vitus releases is that it's a lot more solid than V and C.O.D. in terms of songs, chock full of highlights with nary a skippable track. 'Dark World' heralds absolutely no messing about, a timeless slow burn Saint Vitus classic to get you going. Reagers unlocks his trademark moon-touched howls, boosted here with a gruffness and depth that must have come with age. He can still hit the unnerving highs that made the debut such a unique piece. Not to mention his more aghast and tragic-heroic style is accompanied by a lyrical shift toward tales of horror and myth, adding further colours of yore to the band's solidified musical approach (although 'In The Asylum' is as brilliantly witty a tale of human disintegration as anything Wino has written for Vitus).
Some of the great knells peeling off Chandler's guitar in the main riff of 'Let The End Begin' are highlights for Vitus' entire career. It climaxes with a great rocking section, splashed with sumptuous guitar and bass solos, in a move actually quite uncharacteristic for the band, who tended to steer between leadweight trawling songs and more rambunctious cuts. The eerie build on 'Sloth' is another of the band's best moments. The entire song, with its off-kilter structure and wailing chorus, is an example of just how muscular the band's creative fibers were at the time. 'Return of the Zombie', a quasi-sequel to the classic, shifty song off the debut of course, makes its mark with a crazed vocal performance and some spooky effects. And of course there's more, I've just listed a few real standouts but the album is too generous in its blessings for them to be exhaustively listed.
It's just a really solid album that builds on all the best things the band had done to date while keeping the songwriting fresh. What a swansong this was. This album is the reason Lillie: F-65 had such vast expectations from me. A must have.
- joncheetham88 (Metal Archives)1. Dark World
2. One Mind
3. Let The End Begin
4. Trail Of Pestilence
6. Return Of The Zombie
7. In The Asylum
8. Just Another Notch$21.99Vinyl LP Reissue - Sealed AWAITING REPRESS Buy Now
Prestige Series Gold Cartridge
The Prestige (and upscale Reference) cartridges from Grado are the first released since the elder Grado's retirement, but they mark an evolution, not dramatic change, of the classic Grado style. There are three basic levels in the Prestige lineup: Black/Green, Blue/Red, and Silver/Gold. In each of these pairings, the latter model is the same as the former, but is able to meet more astringent test specifications. The Green, for instance, is taken from the top 15% of the Black models production.
The newly redesigned Silver1 and Gold1 have had their coil design reconfigured, and the effective moving mass of their generating system has been reduced by 17%. The Silver1 and gold1 models use a four piece OTL cantilever technology, ultra-high purity long crystal (UHPLC) oxygen free copper wire in the coils and Grado's specially designed elliptical diamond mounted on a brass bushing. The Gold1 model is selected from the Silver1 production run and meets higher test specifications. Approximately 5% of the production run meet these standards and become Gold1 models.
What People are saying about the Gold... "The Prestige Gold's sound was readily identifiable, but after just a few seconds it didn't matter much, so engaging were the results."
- Wayne Garcia - The Absolute Sound
"It's a definite Best Buy!"
- Hi Fi Choice / Alan Sircom
"Beefheart's Clear Spot, the undoing of many an under-performing cartridges, didn't faze the Grado." - Hi Fi Choice / Alan Sircom "It was lively and detailed but never edgy on vocal sibilants, and didn't over-emphasis leading edges on acoustic guitar."
- Hi Fi Choice / Alan Sircom
"While the Prestige Gold cannot provide quite the same ultra-refined, take-you-to-the-mountaintop listening experiences that big buck moving coils can, it takes you a long way up the path toward analog excellence, and for a pennies-on-the-dollar price."
- Chris Martens / The Absolute SoundFrequency Response: 10-60Principal: MI
Channel Separation at 1KHz: 35
Input Load: 47K
Output at 1KHz 5CM/Sec.: 5mV
Recommended Tracking Force: 1.5
Stylus Type: E
Compliance CUs: 20
Stylus Replacement F: U
This product is not eligible for discount.$260.00Cartridge Buy Now
EclipseEclipse, Lewis' third album as Twin Shadow, follows up on the success of 2012's Confess, an international critical smash.
That moment when something pure and constant is broken, where you're filled with vulnerability, that moment is what I live for in art, says George Lewis, Jr., aka Twin Shadow. I've always chased that in my music, and when I find it I try to reign it back right before it falls over the edge.
2012's international critical smash, Confess, was hailed by Pitchfork as Best New Music for its brash lyrics [and] laser-focused songwriting, Uncut called an impeccable sequel to an immaculate debut, and NME dubbed a thrill ride. Stunning performances everywhere from Fallon and Conan to Coachella and Bonnaroo cemented Lewis' status as one of the most charismatic and compelling frontmen in music today, but by the end of touring for Confess, he found himself burned out and in need of solitude.1. Flatliners
2. When The Lights Turn Out
3. To The Top
4. Alone (feat. Lily Elise)
6. Turn Me Up
7. I'm Ready
8. Old Love / New Love (feat. D'Angelo Lacy)
9. Half Life
10. Watch Me Go
11. Locked & Loaded$22.99Colored Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
What's Going On (Pure Pleasure)In 2006, exactly a year after Katrina, in the aftermath of a vicious natural disaster that displayed the incompetence of the Crescent City's infrastructure, the Army Corps of Engineers, and the Federal Government, they addressed the tragedy in the only way they know how, by re-creating the same kind of bewilderment and anger that Marvin Gaye felt and witnessed in 1971 by issuing their own take on Gaye's classic album What's Goin' On. This is a question that is proved all the more poignant given the efforts of an entire region trying not only to rebuild homes and businesses, but trying to preserve a culture as this recording was released. The Dirty Dozen recruit a number of vocalists to help out on the hinge tunes. The samples of New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin's voice in the aftermath of the hurricane usher in the brass slip-sliding along the dark funky overtones of Gaye's signature tune. Guitarists Doug Bossi and Ben Keeler dig into the groove, as does drummer Terence Higgins and keyboardist/producer Anthony Marinelli, as Chuck D raps the refrain in the context of modern history, the disaster, and the ineptitude and even hostility of a government who wages war and ignores domestic problems. It's a news report from the front lines as the horns cut the melody, the harmony, and the deep, steamy funk groove. What's Happening Brother, closes the funk from the inside, turning the groove back in on itself not only playing the rage, but echoing it in the grain of Bettye LaVette's vocal, which dares to spit out the truth with questions and observations in the pain of a first person narrative. The airy arrangement of Flyin' High (In the Friendly Sky) is nearly mournful, nostalgic for a more innocent time, but is all the more poignant for that longing. The deep tribal drums Mardi Gras Indian-style, with the skronky saxophones, tight guitar groove, and screaming narrative in Save The Children give way to the smoothness of Gaye's melody. It's a bewildered tune, sad with undercurrents of rage. Ivan Neville's arrangement for God Is Love is a stunner, full of deeply imaginative hues and colors and gospel grooves. G. Love helps out on Mercy Mercy Me (The Ecology), where the musicality in Gaye's vocal disappears but is supercharged in the horn charts, and Love's vocal sounds confused, displaced, out of time against the instruments. Right On is both militant and celebratory. It's got the funk, but it's also got gospel, rock, and deep soul blaring from the trombones and the repetitive riff in the rest of the brass section. Guru from Gang Starr cuts out from the moody, spectral introduction of Inner City Blues, when Higgins drums play counter to Kirk Joseph's deep blues sousaphone on the bassline. Frustration is everywhere and the horns point fingers to this truth which Guru lays out: that today is the same and perhaps even more so than it was in Gaye's time. The desolation in Gaye's lyric isn't lost but it is fleshed out over the chart so that they are merely the ghosts from the past preaching and exhorting in this new generation. Never has party music sounded so poignant, so utterly damning and hopeful and unbowed. This is the next step in the Homecoming that was a funeral for a friend; this is the aftermath, the sound of angry resurrection coming out with the sun, one where the revolution may be televised but bursts out of the edges in the screen and makes itself known by the medium understood by the people who have to live its realization. With killer grooves that take no prisoners, What's Goin' On is the most fitting tribute yet to Gaye, because not only does it prove the timelessness of the music itself, it echoes that what is indeed goin' on (Gaye's dedication to Detroit as its decline became a reality with no onlookers interested in doing anything) is even more true today than it was in 1971.
About Pure Pleasure
At the beginning of the 90s, in the early days of audiophile vinyl re-releases, the situation was fairly straightforward. Companies such as DCC, Mobile Fidelity, Classic Records and, of course, Pure Pleasure all maintained a mutual, unwritten ethical code: we would only use analogue tapes to manufacture records.
During the course of the present vinyl hype, many others have jumped on the bandwagon in the hope of securing a corner of the market. Very often they are not so ethical and use every imaginable source to master from: CDs, LPs, digital files, MP3s - or employed existent tools from the 80s and 90s for manufacturing.
A digital delay is gladly used when cutting a lacquer disc because tape machines with an analogue delay have become quite rare and are therefore expensive. When cutting the lacquer, the audio signal is delayed by one LP revolution against the signal, which controls the cutter head, and for this a digital delay is very often employed. Of course, the resultant sound signal is completely digital and thus only as good as this delay.
We should like to emphasize that Pure Pleasure Records on principle only uses the original master tape as the basis for the entirely analogue cutting of lacquer discs. In addition, the pressing tool is newly manufactured as a matter of principle.
We only employ existing tools for manufacturing if an improved result is not forthcoming, e.g. the title Elvis Is Back, which was mastered by Steve Hoffman and Kevin Gray, or several titles from our Philips Classics series, which in any case Willem Makkee cut from the original masters at the Emil Berliner Studios in the 90s. It goes without saying that we only used the mother and that new tools were made for our production.
To put it in a nutshell: we can ensure you that our releases are free from any kind of digital effects and that the lacquer discs are newly cut.1. What's Going On feat. Chuck D
2. What's Happening Brother feat. Bettye Lavette
3. Flying High (In the Friendly Skies)
4. Save the Children
5. God is Love feat. Ivan Neville
6. Mercy Mercy Me (The Ecology)
7. Right On
8. Wholy Holy
9. Inner City Blues (Make Me Wanna Holler)$34.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
BeheadedOriginal 1996 Album Remastered And Pressed On 180 Gram Virgin Vinyl
"Beheaded was such a quiet record out of necessity. I was living in a small apartment. Some of the songs I did are really quiet with no drums because I couldn't think of anything to do, we couldn't practice, and I didn't want to wake up the neighbors. It's a definite case of environment affecting the creative process."-Matt Kadane
Rough-edged and daydreaming rather than polished and gleaming. Bedhead toy with sonic isolation, building into ponderous crescendos and lounging about with some deliciously swooning guitars-NME1. Beheaded
2. The Rest of the Day
3. Left Behind
4. What's Missing
6. Burned Out
7. Roman Candle
9. Felo de se
10. Lares and Penates
11. Losing Memories$26.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Under The SunGordon Gano, co-founder of and songwriter for alt-rock monoliths The Violent Femmes returns to the scene he helped spawn with Under the Sun. Film-scoring brothers and Bogmen members Brendan and Billy Ryan join Gano for Gordon Gano & The Ryans' first collaboration and Gordon's first non-Femmes release as a front man. Gano's influence on alternative music is immeasurable and his latest work is sure to remind the music world of the force and presence with which he originally stormed onto the scene in 1983, paving the way for the commercial explosion of alternative music a decade later. Gano's signature emotionalism is present in full force on razor-edged ballads like title track Under the Sun and the gorgeously unfurling Still Suddenly Here. Tense propulsion underpin Wave and Water and Man in the Sand. His most cohesive collaboration yet, Under the Sun marks the beginning of a promising partnership with The Ryans' and the return of a musical heavyweight.Man In The Sand
Wave And Water
Here As A Guest
Under The Sun
Better Than You Know
Way That I Creep
Still Suddenly Here
Judge To Widow$17.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now