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  • Comin' From All Ends Comin' From All Ends Quick View

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    Comin' From All Ends

    End To End
    Take This Train To Freedom
    I Wash My Hands Of The Whole Damn Deal
    Lady Love
    Pretty Music
    Patiently
    Echos Of My Mind
    Do It Again
    Comin' From All Ends
    Epilog
    The New Birth
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  • The New Birth The New Birth Quick View

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    The New Birth

    What I Do
    UNH Song
    All The Way
    It's All In The Game
    Pretty Words Don't Mean A Thing(Lie To Me)
    Do The Funky Chicken
    Brand New Lover
    You Don't Have To Be Alone
    One Way Bus
    It's You Or No One
    The New Birth
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  • Ain't No Big Thing, But It's Growing Ain't No Big Thing, But It's Growing Quick View

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    Ain't No Big Thing, But It's Growing

    O-O-H Child
    I Want to Make It With You
    Never Can Say Goodbye
    How Good it Feels
    It's Impossible
    Honeybee
    Fire & Rain
    Oh What a Feeling
    Let it Be Me
    The New Birth
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  • It's Been A Long Time It's Been A Long Time Quick View

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    It's Been A Long Time

    It's Been A Long Time
    Keep On Doin' It
    Wild Flower
    Ain't No Change
    I'd Spend My Whole Life Loving You
    Pains Of Love
    Heaven Says
    Come On And Dream Some Paradise
    The New Birth
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  • The Birth Of Funk The Birth Of Funk Quick View

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    The Birth Of Funk

    Nobody in New Orleans laid into the blues so low down and dirty as Buddy Bol-den, whose Funky Butt became a staple in the repertoire of the city's early jazz bands. Jacksonville, Florida, 1960. Charles 'Hungry' Williams mentors young Clayton Fillyau after he had just joined the James Brown band: 'I don't care where you put it on those drums, remember where '1' is and you'll never lose the time.' Listen to Hungry on Huey Smith's Talk To Me Baby and then listen to how Clayton turns it into a relentless breakbeat on James Brown's I've Got Money. Earl King's Trick Bag, prefiguring the Meters, is as good an example of early New Orleansfunk as can be found. Not everything on here was cut in New Orleans. New York singer Vernon Harrel's Slick Chick is held together by an intriguingly syncopated bass line that hints at late '60s Studio One dub. And in case you think any of this was new, listen to Zutty Singleton's drum break on Victoria Spivey's Funny Feathers from 1929. Or Earl Palmer's sixteenth notes, off-backbeat snare accents and double-tempo hi-hats in 1953 on Professor Longhair's Tipitina and Who's Foolin' You.
    1. Say Yeah Yeah - Yvonne Fair
    2. Check Mr. Popeye - Eddie Bo
    3. The Popeye - Spider Johnson
    4. I'm Leaving You Today - Al Robinson
    5. Say Yeah - Porgy & The Polka Dots
    6. Talk To Me Baby - Huey 'Piano' Smith
    7. Trick Bag - Earl King
    8. What A Wedding Day - Shirley Raymond
    9. R B Special - Bob Bateman
    10. Tell Me The Truth - The Turquinettes
    11. Slick Chick - Vernon Harrel
    12. I've Got Money - James Brown
    13. Hold It - Bill Doggett
    14. Fat Boy - Billy Stewart
    15. Mudd - Roy Montrell
    Various Artists
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  • Coming Together Coming Together Quick View

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    Coming Together

    1. Two Kinds of People
    2. Oh Baby I Love the Way
    3. Yesterday I Heard the Rain
    4. African Cry
    5. I Don't Want to Do Wrong
    6. Don't Knock my Love
    7. If I Can't Have You
    8. All the Way
    9. Unh Song
    10. Come Back Into Life
    The New Birth
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  • New Birth New Birth Quick View

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    New Birth

    1. Omniverses 1
    2. Naeem
    3. My People
    4. Futuro
    5. It Started As A Remix For Elvin
    6. A Satellite's Return
    7. New Birth
    8. Omniverses 2
    9. Samba No. 9
    10. Temple Jam
    Ammon Contact
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  • Birth Control (On Sale) Birth Control (On Sale) On Sale Quick View

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    Birth Control (On Sale)

    Three albums into their career, New Jersey's Fight Amp show no desire to outgrow their tough but taut noise rock tendencies, but that hardly means they are treading water in a sea of retarded sexuality either. Released in 2012, Birth Control introduces new drummer Dan Smith (who, conveniently, also designed its cover art) into vocalist/guitarist Mike McGinnis and vocalist/bassist Jon DeHart's private little fight club, and the tenacious, unforgiving music they produce in unison makes it just as easy to imagine the trio members sparring in a seedy old boxing gym as bashing away at their instruments in a dingy rehearsal space. And while the boys last just eight rounds (songs) on Birth Control, most of 'em extend well beyond the regulation three minutes and boast a series of curiously style-departing codas -- e.g., the menacing echoes of "White Pickett," the piano on "Should've Worn Black" -- that enhance the illusion of a championship bout going the distance. By and large, most tracks ("Fly Trap," "Creepy Kicks," "I Am the Corpse") focus on punishing instrumental interplay, guitars verging on the atonal, while McGinnis incessantly barks against the fading of the light, escalating to outright screams when the rage becomes more than he can contain. Not until the late-album instrumental left turn "Goner" does the band forgo its customary energy for a more measured, though no less intense, approach where bass grooves call the shots as guitars and drums deliver the body blows. All of which raises the question: are you man or woman enough to go toe to toe with Fight Amp? Then get in the ring!

    1. Fly Trap

    2. White Pickett

    3. Creepy Kicks

    4. Should've Worn Black

    5. Shallow Grave

    6. Goner

    7. I'm Out

    8. I Am the Corpse

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    Birth Is Pain

    Evil is a word that gets tossed around today by many bands in hard music. The people that you really have to watch out for are the ones that don't market their sadistic thoughts as a sales ploy. Cleveland based RINGWORM is evil incarnate. True devotees of the occult and self professed followers of serial killers, their music has a viral tendency to infect, weaken and debilitate. Front man Human Furnace's deranged vocals induce mass violence and carnage whenever unleashed. The sheer and utter brutality of their music has been converting the underground masses all around the world for over a decade. Their rabid and fanatical followers have become the Manson Family of the new millennium, willing to cause whatever destruction and chaos is ordered of them. RINGWORM's Victory debut release, "Birth Is Pain" is the soundtrack to the annihilation of society.
    1. The Sickness
    2. Take Back What's Ours

    3. Birth Is Pain
    4. Madness of War
    5. Amputee

    6. Dollar Whore

    7. Self Destruct
    8. Endless Cycles
    9. Again and Again
    10. I Can See
    11. Wallow
    Ringworm
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  • New Alhambra New Alhambra Quick View

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    New Alhambra

    In many ways, new alhambra is an auditory homage to what has shaped lead singer Mathew Lee
    Cothran's life. Its title, as any hardcore pro-wrestling fan will recognize, credits the Philadelphia
    arena that birthed its most legendary and extreme version of it, and the use of samples from wrestling
    shows serve as a reference to his upbringing. The album was characteristically made with
    outdated equipment and limited by only one microphone, with Mike "Dr. Vink" Roberts playing
    an essential role on bass that enrichens the rockier resonations in comparison to elvis depressedly's
    previous releases. Cothran and Delaney were constantly on the move during the recording
    process thanks to their new found career freedom, but none of it takes away from new alhambra
    fully texturized shift toward brightly melancholic noise-pop inspired by Cothran's favorite unsung
    heroes such as Waterboys, Prefab Sprout and Emperor X.
    1. Thou Shall Not Murder
    2. N.M.S.S.
    3. New Alhambra
    4. Bruises
    5. Rock n' Roll
    6. Big Break
    7. Ease
    8. New heaven, New Earth
    9. Wastes of Time
    Elvis Depressedly
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  • S/T II: The Cosmic Birth And Journey Of Shinju TNT (On Sale) S/T II: The Cosmic Birth And Journey Of Shinju TNT (On Sale) On Sale Quick View

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    S/T II: The Cosmic Birth And Journey Of Shinju TNT (On Sale)

    Finally, after over a month of unanswered emails and text messages, blown deadlines, and pleas to finish and turn in their new album, last week, a large brown cardboard box showed up at the Dead Oceans doorstep. It had SHINJU TNT scrawled across the bottom of the box in black magic marker, and the return address read only AK, Detroit.



    Opening it revealed a sincere but poorly made diorama of futurist swirling spaces filled with toy astronauts and dinosaurs, four blown out song fragments on a TDK CDR in a zip-lock bag, three pictures, and a typewritten note from Akron/Family. A post-it on the bag declared the band refused to send the full album to anyone but the vinyl pressing plant, for fear of leaking and possible lost revenues.



    From the note and a short video that arrived days later, Dead Oceans pieced together that the album was written in a cabin built into the side of Mount Meakan, an active volcano in Akan National Park, on the island of Hokkaido, Japan. It was recorded in an abandoned train station in Detroit with the blackest white dude we all know, Chris Koltay (Liars, Women, Deerhunter, Holy Fuck, No Age). Chris, on tour after finishing the record, commented: this album will transcend the internet.



    Akron/Family spent the end of 2009 and half of 2010 exploring the future of sound through Bent Acid Punk Diamond fuzz and Underground Japanese noise cassettes, lower case micro tone poems and emotional Cagean field recordings, rebuilding electronic drums from the 70's and playing them with sticks they carved themselves. Upon miraculous resuscitation of the original AKAK hard drive, the album layers thousands of minute imperceptible samples of their first recordings with fuzzed-out representations of their present beings to induce pleasant emotional feeling states and many momentary transcendent inspirations.

    1. Silly Bears
    2. Island
    3. A AAA O A WAY
    4. So It Goes
    5. Another Sky
    6. Light Emerges
    7. Cast a Net
    8. Tatsuya Neon Purple Walkby
    9. Fuji I (Global Dub)
    10. Say What You Want To
    11. Fuji II (Single Pane)
    12. Canopy
    13. Creator
    14. Healing Vapor Prismatic (LP Only Bonus Track)
    Akron/Family
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  • Music For A New Society Music For A New Society Quick View

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    Music For A New Society


    Available For The First Time On 180 Gram Heavyweight Vinyl


    Re-Mastered From The Original Tapes And Overseen By John Cale


    Over 50 years in the arena of Contemporary Music and John Cale remains as active and unpredictable as
    ever; is there a more restless and ruminating spark of an artist, who, at the age of 73, admits he still goes
    to the studio every day and writes? From classical roots as a precociously gifted Welsh boy to modernclassical
    experiments in New York, that lead to co-founding The Velvet Underground, Cale has filtered
    that mindset through singer-songwriter, proto-punk and post-punk prisms. His endless fascination has
    kept us endlessly fascinated, as Cale has consistently created new fissions, including the digital advances
    of the day, absorbed by hip hop as much as conventional songwriting.


    Which is where we find Cale at this precise moment, with not just the re-mastered version of one of his
    most unique and lauded solo records, the 1982 masterpiece Music For A New Society, but a complete
    new reworking of the album under the title M:FANS, a record that explores the relationship between
    old and new, in terms of the sound and vision, and Cale's memories of the experience, in terms of his
    life, and the recording. M: FANS ends with "Back To The End", a previously unfinished outtake that Cale
    rediscovered among the original tapes, whose haunting spectral mood matches anything on the 1982
    record. (This version retains Cale's original vocal and piano while adding viola). Back and forth M:FANS
    goes, sampling the original, while creating brand new soundscapes, giving Cale the opportunity for
    closure on one of the most testing eras of his life, and a way to keep moving forward.


    Music For A New Society had a fraught birth, to say the least. With Cale having folded his Spy label
    imprint into Michael Zilkha's Ze Records, and retired his band for a run of solo concerts, Zilkha proposed
    an album to capture this new phase. Rising to the challenge - "a very good one" - Cale created a brief
    for the exercise; to only allow himself the ten days booked in the studio to complete the record, and to
    only set the tape rolling when he was ready to improvise. Cale once recalled the recording process as,
    "like method acting. Madness. Excruciating. I just let myself go. It became a kind of therapy, a personal
    exorcism." But that fed into the album's extreme qualities; its nerve-shredding raw intimacy, its fractured,
    anguished beauty.


    In 1982, Music For A New Society sounded exactly like its title: something futuristic, a new kind of
    songwriting exercise. In 2015, M:FANS is exactly that too, full of electrical crackle and disturbed
    frequencies, a different kind of dystopian future awaits. John Cale forages on; it's the only way he knows
    how.

    1. Taking Your Life In Your Hands
    2. Thoughtless Kind
    3. Sanctus (Sanities)
    4. If You Were Still Around
    5. Close Watch
    6. Broken Bird
    7. Chinese Envoy
    8. Changes Made
    9. Damn Life
    10. RisÉ, Sam And Rimsky Korsakov
    John Cale
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  • Axis Mundi Axis Mundi Quick View

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    Axis Mundi

    Yellow/Blue Splatter Colored Vinyl

    Since the band's inception in 2001 Decrepit Birth has releases three full length releases. The first two were released on Unique Leader and the band's last release, 2010's "Polarity", is the band's debut on Nuclear Blast.

    Decrepit Birth's new album "Axis Mundi" is the band's sophomore release on Nuclear Blast. Once again the band comes back roaring back with nine new tracks of technical, melodic death metal.

    1. Vortex of Infinity - Axis Mundi
    2. Spirit Guide
    3. The Sacred Geometry
    4. Hieroglyphic
    5. Transcendental Paradox
    6. Mirror of Humanity
    7. Ascendant
    8. Epigenetic Triplicity
    9. Embryogenesis
    Decrepit Birth
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  • Gordon's War Gordon's War Quick View

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    Gordon's War

    Child Of Tomorrow
    Just Plain Luther
    He'll Be There
    Roberta's Theme
    Harlem Dreams
    Come On and Dream Some Paradise
    Tell That Man To Go To Hell
    Child of Tomorrow
    Super Shine #9
    Hot Wheels
    Child of Tomorrow
    New Birth
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  • Prisoner Prisoner Quick View

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    Prisoner

    "...really freaky and psychedelic, so plan your drug usage accordingly. Not that one needs substances to dig this Dutch trio, whose instrumental makeup - guitar, organ and drums - and sound conjure hazy memories of The Doors, among other '60s greats. The group is already a big deal in France, and with the release of 'Prisoner,' they'll likely turn some heads - and blow some minds - here in the States." - Diffuser.FM


    After 97 shows in 2013 all over Europe and USA, Dutch psychedelic rockers BIRTH OF JOY have already proven to be a true live rock sensation! The band is Master in invoking a primal emotion that lays hidden in many of us. The kind of emotion that craves to burst out when you experience something pure, something real, something authentic. Well, these guys are exactly that, they ARE the real deal: sex, drugs and rock&roll! Blood, sweat and... well, mostly alcohol! Influenced by psychedelica, blues and steaming rock&roll this trio takes you back to the good old times of MC5, The Doors and even Pink Floyd. At the same time they introduce a modern twist influenced by stoner, grunge and punk and hence create their own sound! With a drum- player that could be John Bonham's son, an organist that harasses his instrument to death and a singer/guitarist that seems to be the power-incarnation of Jim Morrison, this band is bound to catapult psychedelic rock&roll back into our modern times with an energy you can't resist!


    The new album PRISONER was recorded and produced in November 2013 by Joris Wolff (e.g. De Staat, Within Temptation and Mister and Mississippi) and mastered by Brian Lucey (e.g. The Black Keys, Arctic Monkeys, David Lynch and Dr. John)

    1. The Sound
    2. How it Goes
    3. Keep Your Eyes Shut
    4. Three Day Road
    5. Grow
    6. Rock & Roll Show
    7. Longtime Boogie
    8. Mad Men
    9. Holding On
    10. Prisoner
    11. Clean Cut
    Birth of Joy
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  • Body Questions Body Questions Quick View

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    Body Questions

    Seth Kauffman is Floating Action. Hailing from the small town of Black Mountain, NC Kauffman channels the collective creative energy that has been birthed and transferred between the mountains of the Swannanoa Valley. For his 6th proper studio album Kauffman holed up in his own tiny studio and took from his experiences working with luminaries such as Dan Auerbach and Jim James and built upon them to further challenge his own style and sound by creating his most advanced work to date. Body Questions is a personal testament of the Floating Action vision, it is growth that challenges and exhilarates the sensory experience constructed in the form of extraordinary pop songs.
    1. Taking Me A Little While
    2. Unrevenged
    3. No Surprise There
    4. House of Secrets
    5. Earth Shackles
    6. Don't Wake Me
    7. Hide Away Too Long
    8. Long Dark Shadow
    9. Call Out
    10. Body Questions
    11. Couldn't Be Yourself
    12. Fang and Furr
    Floating Action
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  • I'm Cutting Out I'm Cutting Out Quick View

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    I'm Cutting Out

    The Lost Recordings, 1964-1965! Hear the birth of a new sound in blues, as Mike Bloomfield unleashes his signature electric guitar licks in the studio for the very first time in these seminal pre-Butterfield Blues Band tracks, recorded for Columbia Records in Chicago and New York. I'm Cutting Out is sourced directly from the original analog master tapes and includes previously unheard tracks, an introduction by Al Kooper, and a 1966 interview with Mike Bloomfield by Jim Delehant!
    1. I Got My Mojo Working

    2. I Feel So Good
    3. Goin' Down Slow
    4. I've Got You In The Palm Of My Hand
    5. The First Year I Was Married
    6. I'm Cutting Out
    7. Lonesome Blues
    8. I Got My Mojo Working (alternate version)
    9. Last Night
    10. I Feel So Good (alternate take)
    Mike Bloomfield
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  • Sunswimmer Sunswimmer Quick View

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    Sunswimmer

    From just south of the Appalachian Mountains, in the rolling
    hills of Athens, GA., comes the roaring young four-piece,
    New Madrid. Following the critical acclaim of their 2012
    independently released album Yardboat, the band signed
    with Normaltown records and promptly began work on their
    sophomore album Sunswimmer.


    Recorded during a cool, rainy July, under the direction of David
    Barbe (Deerhunter, Drive-By Truckers), the aural landscapes forged in sunswimmer become almost palpable. Combining
    reverb-drenched vocal harmonies, soaring underwater noise
    and floating, meandering melodies, the sounds don't exit the
    speakers as much as they condense and hang in the air like the
    humid athens summer that birthed them.

    1. All Around The Locust (Out On The Pavement)
    2. Manners
    3. Forest Gum
    4. Dead Legs
    5. Find My Blood
    6. Homesick
    7. And She Smiles
    New Madrid
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  • The Columbia Singles '67 The Columbia Singles '67 Quick View

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    The Columbia Singles '67

    When Mr. Tambourine Man first rumbled out of car radio speakers in 1965, it was a pivotal moment in pop history. With its jangling 12-string and epic sweep, it was the dawn of a new day: the birth of folk-rock.
    And the Byrds were just getting started. The next two years saw one hit after another, from the Biblical prophesies of Turn, Turn, Turn to the raga-rock of Eight Miles High, from the exotic orchestration of So You Want To Be A Rock 'N' Roll Star to the Byrds bringing it all back home with My Back Pages.
    Here they are again, 30 landmark recordings in their perfectly constructed, radio-friendly mono mixes: the forgotten rarities, withdrawn singles and, of course, all the original A and B-sides. No one has ever had a stronger run of singles than did the Byrds in their prime. No one.
    1. Mr. Tambourine Man
    2. I Knew I'd Want You
    3. All I Really Want To Do
    4. I'll Feel A Whole Lot Better
    5. The Bells Of Rhymney
    6. Chimes Of Freedom
    7. She Don't Care About Time (I)
    8. It's All Over Now, Baby Blue
    9. The Times They Are A-Changin'
    10. Turn! Turn! Turn! (To Everything There Is A Season)
    11. She Don't Care About Time (II)
    12. Set You Free This Time
    13. It Won't Be Wrong
    14. He Was A Friend Of Mine
    15. Eight Miles High
    16. Why
    17. 5D (Fifth Dimension)
    18. Captain Soul
    19. Mr. Spaceman
    20. What's Happening?!?!
    21. So You Want To Be A Rock 'N' Roll Star
    22. Everybody's Been Burned
    23. My Back Pages
    24. Renaissance Fair
    25. Have You Seen Her Face
    26. Don't Make Waves
    27. Lady Friend
    28. Old John Robertson
    29. Goin' Back
    30. Change Is Now
    The Byrds
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  • Fresh Cream (Bonus Tracks) Fresh Cream (Bonus Tracks) Quick View

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    Fresh Cream (Bonus Tracks)

    Ranked 101/500 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.


    Import

    By the time Cream formed in 1966, Eric Clapton was already fairly well known, having already performed and recorded with the Yardbirds and John Mayalls Bluesbreakers. However, it was in Cream that Clapton became a global superstar. Breaking free of the traditional rock & roll song structure for a more improvisational / jazz influenced take, the bands long jams gave birth to a whole new approach to rock music. When their debut album Fresh Cream was released in 1966 it immediately became the standard by which all other bands of the era were judged. Includes 5 bonus tracks.

    1. I Feel Free (Bonus Track)
    2. N.S.U.
    3. Sleepy Time Time
    4. Dreaming
    5. Sweet Wine
    6. Spoonful
    7. The Coffee Song (Bonus Track)
    8. Cat's Squirrel
    9. Four Until Late
    10. Rollin' And Tumblin'
    11. I'm So Glad
    12. Toad
    13. Wrapping Paper (Bonus Track)
    14. You Make Me Feel (Bonus Track)
    15. Lawdy Mama (Bonus Track)
    Cream
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    Fresh Cream

    By the time Cream formed in 1966, Eric Clapton was already fairly well known, having already performed and recorded with the Yardbirds and John Mayalls Bluesbreakers. However, it was in Cream that Clapton became a global superstar. Breaking free of the traditional rock & roll song structure for a more improvisational / jazz influenced take, the bands long jams gave birth to a whole new approach to rock music. When their debut album Fresh Cream was released in 1966 it immediately became the standard by which all other bands of the era were judged.
    1. N.S.U.
    2. SLeepy Time Time
    3. Dreaming
    4. Sweet Wine
    5. Spoonful
    6. Cat's Squirrel
    7. Four Until Late
    8. Rollin' and Tumblin'
    9. I'm So Glad
    10. Toad
    Cream
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  • Breaking The Model Breaking The Model Quick View

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    Breaking The Model

    Nashville, Tennessee-based melodic hard rockers New Medicine, led by singer/rhythm guitarist Jake Scherer, are ready to drop their first
    release, BREAKING THE MODEL on new label home, Imagen Records. This will be the follow-up to 2010s 'Race You to the Bottom,' which
    nearly topped the US Heatseekers Chart, and spawned such popular songs/videos as "Laid," "Rich Kids," and "Race You to the Bottom."
    Scherer explains, "The writing process began 3 1/2 years ago, as I wrote over 40 songs for the new release. New Medicine has been road
    testing some of the new material, seeing what tunes the audiences react strongest to, and tweaking the new songs to make it more cohesive
    and translate well live. We moved from Minneapolis to Nashville to focus on the new songs, and experienced a creative re-birth, which I am
    confident will take the band to a new level. The songs come first - New Medicine is not making the same record over again."


    New Medicine has created a buzz from coast to coast over the past few years by scoring a Top 15 Mediabase Active Rock hit with Race You To
    The Bottom and touring relentlessly for 3 years on package tours like Carnival Of Madness and Uproar Festival and with the likes of Avenged
    Sevenfold, Shinedown, and more, selling over 30,000 albums in the process. And once BREAKING THE MODEL is released, New Medicine
    plan to hit the road hard again, including headline dates, package tours and festival dates.

    1. Breaking the Model
    2. Desire Into Gold
    3. One Too Many
    4. Broken Girl
    5. All About Me
    6. World Class F**k Up
    7. Dead Love Song
    8. Like a Rose
    9. Heart With Your Name On It
    10. Fire Up the Night
    11. Boy Like Me
    New Medicine
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    Ghost To A Ghost/Gutter Town (Awaiting Repress)

    With his own new label, Hank3 Records, and the sense that he has thrown off the chains holding him back creatively, Shelton Hank Williams III, aka Hank III, is coming out swinging in 2011 with the release of four records. The unprecedented launch, in a distribution partnership with Megaforce Records (MRI), features a broad range of music that bridges more than one head-thumping genre, a familiar theme that true Hank III fans have embraced for years. Ghost to a Ghost/Gutter Town, a double-album set, is a straight-shooting country collection, flavored with Hank III's trademark hellbilly sound, and heavily weighted with Cajun influence (especially on Gutter Town) and an ambient, lonesome mood, and a few very special guests.


    All three projects were recorded at The Haunted Ranch, Hank III's home and studio that lies on the outskirts of Nashville, a fitting place since the town has never really known what to do with this grandson of the American icon. He finally parted ways with Curb Records January 1. I have musical freedom. I'm able to say 'Here's my record' and I don't have to go through a million different channels just to put out a song, he says. It's all me now.


    Hank III wrote the lion's share of the songs that appear on Ghost to a Ghost/Gutter Town. The players are Andy Gibson on steel guitar and banjo, who also aided in its recording, David McElfresh on fiddle and mandolin, Zach Shedd on standup bass, Daniel Mason on banjo, super-picker Johnny Hiland on guitar, Billy Contreras on fiddle, and Rory Hoffman on accordian. Guest appearances include the mythical Tom Waits on the haunted Fadin Moon from Gutter Town and on the Ghost to a Ghost title track, Alan King of Hellstomper, Les Claypool of Primus fame, Dave Sherman, Troy Medlin and Hank III's dog Trooper.


    Cuts such as Gutter Town, Ridin The Wave and The Devil's Movin In on Ghost to a Ghost and Goin to Gutter Town, The Low Line and I'll Save My Tears on Gutter Town highlight both the excellent musicianship on the records, and Hank III's unmistakable, confident vocals. The release of all three projects represents a new birth for Hank III, and he's happy to have the chance. Megaforce Records has helped me with my vision to do something that never been done before, he says. They're handling my distribution, and I wanted to flood the market and do everything different. I wanted to come out of the gate strong. I'm opening up the mind a little bit and bringing some different styles together.

    LP1 - Ghost to a Ghost
    1. Gutter Town
    2. Day By Day
    3. Ridin The Wave
    4. Don't Ya Wanna
    5. Ray Lawrence Jr.
    6. The Devils Movin In
    7. Time To Die
    8. Troopers Hollar
    9. Outlaw Convention
    10. Cunt of a Bitch
    11. Ghost to a Ghost

    LP2 - Gutter Town
    1. Goin to Gutter Town
    2. Gutter Stomp
    3. The Dirt Road
    4. Mushas
    5. The Dream of Before
    6. Dyin Day
    7. I Promised
    8. Chord of the Organ
    9. Move Them Songs
    10. The Low Line
    11. Ill Be Gone
    12. Troopers Chaos
    13. Chaos Queen
    14. Thunderpain
    15. Fadin Moon
    16. The Round
    17. Ill Save My Tears
    16. Its Goin Down
    17. With the Ship
    Hank Williams III
    $24.99
    Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed AWAITING REPRESS Buy Now
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    Trust No One

    Gatefold LP Includes Bonus Tracks


    Dark clouds over California - and everywhere else: DevilDriver teamed up once again
    with producer Mark Lewis and the Audio Hammer Studios for their seventh opus that
    is nothing short of sensational! Three years after the lush Winter kills, we bear witness
    to the birth of a sleek new version of the band in the shape of TRUST NO ONE. An
    unapologetic title that strengthens the fact that Dez Fafara and co have compressed
    their energies: the opener 'Testimony Of Truth' isn`t simply a catchy masterpiece
    comfortably nestled in between soaring guitars and massive groove, it also catches
    up with the band`s classic moments! Insidious hooks refine eerie tunes such as 'My
    Night Sky', but there is always room for hauntingly beautiful epic parts in all this
    mayhem. These wolves need no sheep's clothing!


    1. Testimony Of Truth
    2. Bad Deeds
    3. My Night Sky
    4. This Deception
    5. Above It All
    6. Daybreak
    7. Trust No One
    8. Feeling Ungodly
    9. Retribution
    10. For What It's Worth
    11. House Divided*
    12. Evil On Swift Wings*


    *bonus track

    DevilDriver
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