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  • Colors (Pre-Order) Colors (Pre-Order) Quick View

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    Colors (Pre-Order)

    Pressed On Red Colored Vinyl


    Hailed in advance by Rolling Stone as a "euphoric blast of experimental pop", Beck's 13th album Colors has been confirmed for release via Capitol Records. Possibly the most aptly titled work in Beck's storied discography, Colors unfolds in an intoxicating rainbow of auditory tricks and treats, making it a summery smash for the fall season.


    Colors is Beck's first full-length offering of new material since 2014's Gold-certified Morning Phase took Album of the Year top honors at the 57th Annual Grammy Awards, as well as Best Rock Album and Best Engineered Album (Non-Classical) category. In addition to the new single "Dear Life", Colors includes both Beck singles that preceded it: a new mix of the psych-dance summer jam "Dreams" that NPR hailed as "urgently contemporary and irresistibly vintage", and the retro-futuristic earworm "Wow" that had Stereogum praising its "big, sweet incandescent hook" and plainly stating "It's a great song!" while Esquire rejoiced "All hail the return of Party Beck".


    Colors was produced by Greg Kurstin and Beck, with the exception of "Wow" produced by Beck and Cole M.G.N., and "Fix Me" produced by Beck. The album was mixed by Serban Ghenea, except "Dreams" and "Up All Night," which were mixed by Greg Kurstin and Beck.

    1. Colors
    2. 7th Heaven
    3. I'm So Free
    4. Dear Life
    5. No Distraction
    6. Dreams (Album Version)
    7. Wow
    8. Up All Night
    9. Square One
    10. Fix Me
    Beck
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  • Colors (Deluxe) (Pre-Order) Colors (Deluxe) (Pre-Order) Quick View

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    Colors (Deluxe) (Pre-Order)

    Pressed On 2x 180-Gram 45 RPM Red Colored Vinyl


    Housed In A Special Die-Cut Gatefold Package, With A Customizable Color Transparency Cover


    Includes 24-Page Booklet


    Hailed in advance by Rolling Stone as a "euphoric blast of experimental pop", Beck's 13th album Colors has been confirmed for release via Capitol Records. Possibly the most aptly titled work in Beck's storied discography, Colors unfolds in an intoxicating rainbow of auditory tricks and treats, making it a summery smash for the fall season.


    Colors is Beck's first full-length offering of new material since 2014's Gold-certified Morning Phase took Album of the Year top honors at the 57th Annual Grammy Awards, as well as Best Rock Album and Best Engineered Album (Non-Classical) category. In addition to the new single "Dear Life", Colors includes both Beck singles that preceded it: a new mix of the psych-dance summer jam "Dreams" that NPR hailed as "urgently contemporary and irresistibly vintage", and the retro-futuristic earworm "Wow" that had Stereogum praising its "big, sweet incandescent hook" and plainly stating "It's a great song!" while Esquire rejoiced "All hail the return of Party Beck".


    Colors was produced by Greg Kurstin and Beck, with the exception of "Wow" produced by Beck and Cole M.G.N., and "Fix Me" produced by Beck. The album was mixed by Serban Ghenea, except "Dreams" and "Up All Night," which were mixed by Greg Kurstin and Beck.

    1. Colors
    2. 7th Heaven
    3. I'm So Free
    4. Dear Life
    5. No Distraction
    6. Dreams (Album Version)
    7. Wow
    8. Up All Night
    9. Square One
    10. Fix Me
    Beck
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  • Lemonade And Brownies Lemonade And Brownies Quick View

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    Lemonade And Brownies

    First Time On Vinyl!


    Sugar Ray became widely known through their infectious Pop single "Fly", and a consequent lighter musical direction displayed by songs like "Every Morning", "Someday", and "When It's Over". However, at Sugar Ray's earliest conception, they were a Rock/Metal band at heart, with enough goofy energy to land them a deal with Atlantic and a debut record produced by DJ Lethal.


    Lemonade and Brownies was released in 1995, and it showcases Sugar Ray in their most youthful and idealistic phase. Their major-label debut is a competent set of Alternative Funk/Metal, with a few Punk anthems to boot. Even though the album did not chart, the band stayed on the label going on to huge success a few years later.


    DJ Lethal (of Limp Bizkit fame) produced the album. Named one of the sexiest covers art in the history of recorded music, actress Nicole Eggert (known for her role in the insanely popular '90s TV drama series Baywatch) is featured on the cover.

    1. Snug Harbor
    2. Rhyme Stealer
    3. Iron Mic
    4. Hold Your Eyes
    5. The Greatest
    6. Big Black Woman
    7. Mean Machine
    8. Dance Party Usa
    9. 10 Seconds Down
    10. Danzig Needs A Hug
    11. Drive By
    12. Caboose
    13. Scuzzboots
    14. Streaker
    Sugar Ray
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  • Familial Familial Quick View

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    Familial

    When you're the same age as the Prime Minister, you think, I'd better get on with this, Philip Selway grins as he acknowledges the new sea change in British politics but popularity is generally a passing phase while your first album, that's forever. Knowing time waits for no one, he has delivered Familial, a collection of sublimely fragile, haunting, and heartfelt songs that will surprise many, and not only because drummers traditionally don't do this kind of thing. Familial is so persuasively good, it sounds like Selway has always been a singer-songwriter.


    It's a sideline solo project, mind. The morning he talks about his record for the very first time, he still has to leave for a rehearsal down the road by an acclaimed Oxford-based band, named Radiohead, for whom Selway has drummed immaculately and imaginatively for the last 20 years. And with the admission, It's a cardinal sin for drummers to come in to rehearsals with the comment I've got this song'! he knows the time has come for his songs, put on ice when drumming took over in his late teens, to emerge into the light.


    Listeners to Familial will immediately recognize the ring of absolute truth, melodies and words fired by emotions, and not a whiff of dilettante posturing. In truth, what truly ignited Selway's efforts to record wasn't Britain's political transformation but the loss of his mother in 2006. It was one of those watershed moments that shake everything up, and you get a greater sense of urgency on what you want to do in life, he says.


    This title is not eligible for further discount.

    1. By Some Miracle
    2. Beyond Reason
    3. A Simple Life

    4. All Eyes on You

    5. Don't Look Down
    6. Broken Promises
    7. The Ties That Bind Us
    8. Patron Saint
    9. Falling
    10. The Witching Hour
    Philip Selway
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  • The Notorious Byrd Brothers (MONO) The Notorious Byrd Brothers (MONO) Quick View

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    The Notorious Byrd Brothers (MONO)

    Ranked 171/500 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.


    The Byrds pull no punches kicking off their fifth album, 1968's The Notorious Byrd Brothers, with Artificial Energy, a devastating haymaker aimed at the go-fast generation. In the blink of an eye, they're into the most beautiful baroque folk-rock ever created, the Carole King/Gerry Goffin-penned Goin' Back. It was the song that caused David Crosby to leave the band (witness the empty horse stall on the cover photo) an odd reaction, considering most of Notorious was layered with a phased and eerie deep-space vibe that seemed to come from another galaxy. Space Odyssey is the perfect post-film mint for Stanley Kubrick's intergalactic thriller 2001: A Space Odyssey. The heartbreak of Draft Morning says plenty about being eligible for conscription during the Vietnam War, while Wasn't Born To Follow was a perfect fit for silver screen epic Easy Rider, whose main characters were based directly on McGuinn and Crosby.


    Insanely rare and unavailable for over 40 years, we're proud to present the first ever reissue of this monumental recording in its original, highly-sought-after mono incarnation, cut directly from the original Columbia Recordings analog mono masters, with perfect artwork restoration and meticulously faithful mastering.

    1. Artificial Energy

    2. Goin' Back
    3. Natural Harmony
    4. Draft Morning
    5. Wasn't Born To Follow
    6. Get To You
    7. Change Is Now
    8. Old John Robertson
    9. Tribal Gathering
    10. Dolphin's Smile
    11. Space Odyssey
    The Byrds
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  • I'm Not There (Bob Dylan) I'm Not There (Bob Dylan) Quick View

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    I'm Not There (Bob Dylan)

    I'm Not There is a meta-biographical film re-imaging the life of Bob Dylan as portrayed by six different actors - Marcus Carl Franklin, Ben Whishaw, Heath Ledger, Christian Bale, Richard Gere, and Cate Blanchett - in six different phases of the artists life and career.


    The 4LP I'm Not There set features songs from and inspired by this film. The new interpretations of Bob Dylan songs are performed by an eclectic cavalcade of acclaimed and celebrated contemporary musicians including Eddie Vedder (Pearl Jam), Sonic Youth, Jim James (My Morning Jacket), Jack Johnson, Sufjan Stevens, Mark Lanegan and many others!


    Many of the album's performances include backing from The Million Dollar Bashers, an ensemble created especially for 'Im Not There' by Sonic Youth guitarist Lee Ranaldo, featuring Sonic Youth drummer Steve Shelley, Television guitarist Tom Verlaine, Wilco bassist Nels Cline, guitarist Smokey Hormel, keyboardist John Medeski and long-time Bob Dylan band bassist Tony Garnier. Other tracks on the album feature the alternative-country band Calexico backing up artists.


    I'm Not There includes two versions of the enigmatic title track, a new interpretation performed by Sonic Youth and the original Bob Dylan recording, a rare often-bootlegged outtake from The Basement Tapes sessions which has been unavailable on any official release for a long time.

    LP1
    1. Eddie Vedder & Million Dollar Bashers, The - All Along The Watchtower
    2. Sonic Youth - I'm Not There
    3. Jim James & Calexico - Goin' To Acapulco
    4. Richie Havens - Tombstone Blues
    5. Stephen Malkmus & Million Dollar Bashers, The - Ballad Of A Thin Man
    6. Cat Power - Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again
    7. John Doe - Pressing On
    8. Yo La Tengo - Fourth Time Around


    LP2
    1. Iron & Whine & Calexico - Dark Eyes
    2. Karen O & Million Dollar Bashers, The - Highway 61 Revisited
    3. Roger Mcguinn & Calexico - One More Cup Of Coffee
    4. Mason Jennings - The Lonesome Death Of Hattie Carroll
    5. Los Lobos - Billy 1
    6. Jeff Tweedy - Simple Twist Of Fate
    7. Mark Lanegan - Man In The Long Black Coat
    8. Willie Nelson & Calexico - SeƱor (Tales Of Yankee Power)


    LP3
    1. Mira Billotte - As I Went Out One Morning
    2. Stephen Malkmus & Lee Ranaldo - Can't Leave Her Behind
    3. Sufjan Stevens - Ring Them Bells
    4. Charlotte Gainsbourg & Calexico - Just Like A Woman
    5. Jack Johnson - Mama You've Been On My Mind / A Fraction Of Last Thoughts On Woody Guthrie
    6. Yo La Tengo - I Wanna Be Your Lover
    7. Glen Hansard & Marketa Irglova - You Ain't Goin' Nowhere
    8. Hold Steady, The - Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window?
    9. Ramblin' Jack Elliot - Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues
    10. Black Keys, The - The Wicked Messenger


    LP4
    1. Tom Verlaine & Million Dollar Bashers, The - Cold Irons Bound
    2. Mason Jennings - The Times They Are A Changin'
    3. Stephen Malkmus & Million Dollar Bashers, The - Maggie's Farm
    4. Marcus Carl Franklin - When The Ship Comes In
    5. Bob Forrest - Moonshiner
    6. John Doe - I Dreamed I Saw St. Augustine
    7. Antony & The Johnsons - Knockin' On Heaven's Door
    8. Bob Dylan With Band, The - I'm Not There

    Various Artists
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  • Homesick Homesick Quick View

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    Homesick

    Before digging into the steely, handcrafted technoisms of Homesick, you need to
    know a few things about Charles Du , the Bay Area artist behind Matrixxman.
    Perhaps most importantly, he is a dedicated futurist-quick to name Google's
    director of engineering, Ray Kurzweil, as a major personal inspiration, and prone to
    contemplating artificial intelligence and a true post-corporeal reality. He's also a
    voracious information junkie, soaking up government conspiracies and
    contemporary science-fiction like a proper X-Files fanatic. These cultural reference
    points are as integral to the background of Homesick as Detroit, Chicago, and
    Berlin's musical legacies. Across the record's versatile tracklist, Matrixxman uses
    the language of machines and dancefloors like a hungry pulp novelist, weaving
    together his divergent narratives and characters under one sprawling dystopian
    sky.


    If you listened to house and techno in 2014, you've undoubtedly heard the name
    Matrixxman. The guy has been on a prolific tear since debuting his project in 2013,
    having issued no fewer than 12 cold-ass futuristic releases and taken his
    genre-blurring DJ sets around the world in under two years. But his story reaches
    much further into the past: back to being a drum & bass-obsessed teenager in the
    late '90s, back to when Du 's best friend changed his life with a Juan Atkins mix
    CD in 2001, back to producing for hotly tipped MCs like Le1f, Ty Dolla Sign, and YG.
    Matrixxman is already a venerable pro with workmanlike constitution, to say the
    least, and yet his debut album has only just materialized.


    My obsession with the darker sides of humanity's exploits gone awry is secondary
    to the more important matter at heart: evolutionary transcendence, Matrixxman
    explains. And his focus on cybernetic themes shines through the music. Emergent
    AI, interplanetary travel, neuroenhancement drugs, incredible opulence
    juxtaposed with abject poverty, leaving physical form and existing as data-Homesick
    distills the concepts into thick acid lines, brawny 909 patterns, tonal contrasts,
    dynamic aesthetics, and viscous pads steeped in digital ephemera. It begins with
    Necronomicon, a massive black cloud of noxious ambience looming over our
    story, and ends on the astral mysticism of Earth Like Conditions. Yes, there is an
    arc built into Homesick, and the sci-fi epic it illustrates seizes your undivided
    attention.


    Even the tracklist speaks volumes to the record's music and narrative-from the
    enhanced motorik systems of Augmented and Network Failure's cognitive
    dissonance, to the dark hedonism in Opium Den and the drum machine violence
    that drives Switchblade. As Matrixxman says himself, The titles correlate to
    distinct, separate scenes. And those visuals just about come alive on tracks like
    Packard Plant-a whirring, windswept homage to the desolate Detroit
    landmark-or the album's haunted and distant centerpiece, Annika's Theme. Du
    is quick to share Annika's identity: She's an incredibly gifted neuroscientist,
    pursuing cutting-edge research in fields that will have a profound impact on
    humanity. But what exactly she accomplishes and where she goes is unexplained.
    Homesick outlines the cues needed to follow along, careful to leave room for us to
    fill in the details.


    Matrixxman uses his debut album to evoke visions of a not-too-distant-future with
    music made both for the dancefloor and the early morning zone-outs that follow.
    These are the real world applications of Homesick, though Du comes to it all from
    an entirely di erent mindset. We will have the technological capability to fully
    map out a human brain in its entirety within 30 years, he starts. The implications
    of such a possibility are deep and far reaching. We will be crossing a rubicon
    towards a new phase in human consciousness. I am one person that is prepared to
    take that step. Once you emerge on the other side of Homesick, it seems possible
    that Matrixxman already has.

    1. Necronomicon
    2. Augmented
    3. Red Light District
    4. Packard Plant
    5. Dejected
    6. Network Failure
    7. False Pattern Recognition
    8. Opium Den
    9. Annika's Theme
    10. HMU (Hit Me Up) feat. Vin Sol
    11. Switchblade
    12. Earth Like Conditions
    Matrixxman
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