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  • Off The Wall Off The Wall Quick View

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    Off The Wall

    Ranked 68/500 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.


    Michael Jackson recorded solo prior to Off the Wall, but the 1979 album was undoubtedly his breakthrough and it firmly established the former Motown star as a prolific charting solo artist in his own right. Disco beats accompany a fusion of rock, soul and funk here in a visionary mix that is equal parts dancefloor and lush ballads.


    Songs like Don't Stop Till You Get Enough, Off The Wall, Rock With You, She's Out Of My Life and Girlfriend display the brilliant songwriting and intoxicating blend of melody and rhythm that would turn Jackson into the biggest pop star in the world.

    1. Don't Stop 'Til You Get Enough (Album Version)
    2. Rock With You (Album Version)
    3. Workin' Day and Night
    4. Get on the Floor
    5. Off The Wall
    6. Girlfriend
    7. She's Out of My Life (Single Version)
    8. I Can't Help It
    9. It's the Falling in Love
    10. Burn This Disco Out (Album Version)
    Michael Jackson
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  • Thriller (25th Anniversary) Thriller (25th Anniversary) Quick View

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    Thriller (25th Anniversary)

    Ranked 20/500 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.


    Thriller is the sixth studio album by American recording artist Michael Jackson. It was released on November 30, 1982, by Epic Records as the follow-up to Jackson's critically and commercially successful 1979 album Off the Wall. Thriller explores similar genres to those of Off the Wall, including pop, R&B, rock, post-disco, and adult contemporary music.


    Recording sessions took place between April and November 1982 at Westlake Recording Studios in Los Angeles, California, with a production budget of $750,000, assisted by producer Quincy Jones. Of the nine tracks on the album, four of them were written by Jackson himself. Seven singles were released from the album, all of which reached the top 10 on the Billboard Hot 100. Three of the singles had music videos released. Baby Be Mine and The Lady in My Life were the only tracks that were not released as singles. In just over a year, Thriller became-and currently remains-the best-selling album of all time, with sales estimated by various sources as being between 65 and 110 million copies worldwide.


    1. Wanna Be Startin' Somethin'
    2. Baby Be Mine
    3. The Girl Is Mine (with Paul McCartney)
    4. Thriller
    5. Beat It
    6. Billie Jean
    7. Human Nature
    8. P.Y.T. (Pretty Young Thing)
    9. The Lady In My Life
    10. Vincent Price (bonus track)

    11. The Girl Is Mine 2008 with will.i.am ( Previously Unreleased Track For 25th Anniversary Edition )
    12. P.Y.T. (Pretty Young Thing) 2008 with Michael Jackson and will.i.am ( Previously Unreleased Track For 25th Anniversary Edition )
    13. Wanna Be Startin' Somethin' 2008 with Michael Jackson, Akon and will.i.am( Previously Unreleased Track For 25th Anniversary Edition )
    14. Beat It 2008 with Fergie( Previously Unreleased Track For 25th Anniversary Edition )
    15. Billie Jean 2008 with Kanye West ( Previously Unreleased Track For 25th Anniversary Edition )
    16. For All Time (unreleased track from original Thriller sessions) ( Previously Unreleased Track For 25th Anniversary Edition )
    Michael Jackson
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  • Off Yonder Wall Off Yonder Wall Quick View

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    Off Yonder Wall

    1. Frank Frost Blues
    2. That's Alright Mama
    3. Look over Yonder Wall
    5. Baby Please Don't Go
    6. Fishin' Musician
    7. Fat Back
    8. Sitting on Top of the World
    9. Have Mercy Baby
    10. I'm a Big Boy Now
    Jelly Roll Kings
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  • Onwards To The Wall Onwards To The Wall Quick View

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    Onwards To The Wall

    Without any official testing, Dead Oceans can safely say that the master recording for Onwards to the Wall is the loudest one ever submitted to the label for approval. Usually, they crank the volume to catch any digital pops or hisses that may foil a master. But this one they actually had to, ashamedly, put at half volume. This thing is pummeling. Theres no other way to capture the music of A Place To Bury Strangers than just beyond the boundary of whats considered properly loud. Produced, engineered, mixed and mastered by APTBS themselves, this is the sound of a band in control of making out of control music.


    Onwards to the Wall packs every bit of the searing sonic maelstrom listeners have come to expect from APTBS. Yet, the adroit songcraft thats always been there is brought more to the fore, pop hooks are repurposed and more instantly recognizable. Now joined by bassist Dion Lunadon, formerly of The D4, Ackerman has found a crucial companion in pulling timeless melodies from their jet engine textures. Standout So Far Away takes all the pure pop perfection of The Box Tops The Letter and shoots it through with a barely-harnessed dark energy and snarling propulsion. The title track carries a similar balance of classic, '60s-pop hooks and doomed-out vibes, employing a boy-girl vocal trade-off thats at once both sexy and menacing.


    Onwards to the Wall is a fresh, complete artistic statement from A Place To Bury Strangers . Its a new chapter, a prelude for what awaits us on the horizon. It is a taste of greatness to come.

    1. I Lost You
    2. So Far Away
    3. Onwards To The Wall
    4. Nothing Will Surprise Me
    5. Drill It Up
    A Place To Bury Strangers
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  • Thin Walls Thin Walls Quick View

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    Thin Walls

    The world is growing ever smaller. There are less places to hide and less space to think. Nothing is private. It's a notion that Belgian quintet Balthazar felt keenly as they traversed the world touring their 2012 album Rats. It was an intense period where they clocked up the sort of hard road mileage that can make or break a band but Balthazar's two songwriters, Maarten Devoldere and Jinte Deprez, emerged emboldened. As Jinte explains, we know each other's darkest secrets now. We grew together. You live together as each other's brother and sister. We discovered we really like each other.


    Lives lived in each other's pockets has left its mark on Thin Walls, the stunning new album from the five-piece who are completed by Patricia Vanneste, Simon Casier and Michiel Balcaen. Thin Walls is all about touring and never having any privacy, says Jinte. The songs were written in a hazy hyperactive state between shows. Balthazar's previous two albums, 2010's Applause and the calculated, searing alt-rock of 2012's Rats, were created in a slow, considered manner back home. This time round, the band had to fit in writing sessions whenever they had a spare day off. When you're on tour, the mood is very restless and chaotic, says Maarten. Life on tour is kind of weird, everything is prepared for you and you drink way too much. If you write with a hangover, then you write differently...

    1. Decency
    2. Then What
    3. Nightclub
    4. Bunker
    5. Wait Any Longer
    6. Dirty Love
    7. Last Call
    8. I Looked for You
    9. So Easy
    10. True Love
    Balthazar
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  • Melvins: Live At Third Man Records 05-30-2013 Melvins: Live At Third Man Records 05-30-2013 Quick View

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    Melvins: Live At Third Man Records 05-30-2013

    Recorded Direct-To-Acetate by the double-drummer quartet on May 30th, 2013 in our Blue Room, this show shook pictures off the walls of Third Man headquarters and had the crowd begging for two things: earplugs, and for the night to never end.


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    United Record Pressing

    1. Charmicarmicat
    2. It's Shoved
    3. Anaconda
    4. At the Stake
    5. Queen
    6. Cow
    7. Your Blessened
    Melvins
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  • Dangerous Dangerous Quick View

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    Dangerous

    With Dangerous, released in November 1991, Michael Jacksons career really sustained its high. The album entered the Billboard
    200 album chart at number 1 and sold over 32 million copies worldwide in the space of 17 years. The RIAA certified Dangerous 7x
    platinum for shipping 7 million copies in the United States. With hit singles such as Black Or White, In The Closet, Remember
    The Timeh, Jamh, and Who Is Ith, and the unforgettable music videos that supported the tracks, Michael Jackson showed his true
    strength by delivering yet another classic album, despite the fact that it was not produced by Quincy Jones (Off The Wall, Thriller
    and Bad).


    Although Dangerous is definitely part of Jacksons quartet of classic albums (Off The Wall, Thriller, Bad, Dangerous) and shows off
    a diverse range of styles, the multi-platinum number one album is sometimes overlooked. However, we present the album on 180
    grams audiophile double vinyl and with remastered sound, to maximize your listening pleasure.

    LP1


    1. Jam
    2. Why You Wanna Trip On Me
    3. In The Closet
    4. She Drives Me Wild
    5. Remember The Time
    6. Can't Let Her Get Away
    7. Heal The World


    LP2


    1. Black Or White
    2. Who Is It
    3. Give In To Me
    4. Will You Be There
    5. Keep The Faith
    6. Gone Too Soon
    7. Dangerous

    Michael Jackson
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  • Thriller (Picture Disc) Thriller (Picture Disc) Quick View

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    Thriller (Picture Disc)

    Ranked 20/500 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.


    Thriller is the sixth studio album by American recording artist Michael Jackson. It was released on November 30, 1982, by Epic Records as the follow-up to Jackson's critically and commercially successful 1979 album Off the Wall. Thriller explores similar genres to those of Off the Wall, including pop, R&B, rock, post-disco, and adult contemporary music.


    Recording sessions took place between April and November 1982 at Westlake Recording Studios in Los Angeles, California, with a production budget of $750,000, assisted by producer Quincy Jones. Of the nine tracks on the album, four of them were written by Jackson himself. Seven singles were released from the album, all of which reached the top 10 on the Billboard Hot 100. Three of the singles had music videos released. Baby Be Mine and The Lady in My Life were the only tracks that were not released as singles. In just over a year, Thriller became-and currently remains-the best-selling album of all time, with sales estimated by various sources as being between 65 and 110 million copies worldwide.

    1. Wanna Be Startin' Somethin'
    2. Baby Be Mine
    3. The Girl Is Mine (with Paul McCartney)
    4. Thriller
    5. Beat It
    6. Billie Jean
    7. Human Nature
    8. P.Y.T. (Pretty Young Thing)
    9. The Lady In My Life
    Michael Jackson
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  • Thriller Thriller Quick View

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    Thriller

    Ranked 20/500 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.


    Thriller is the sixth studio album by American recording artist Michael Jackson. It was originally released on November 30, 1982, by Epic Records as the follow-up to Jackson's critically and commercially successful 1979 album Off the Wall. Thriller explores similar genres to those of Off the Wall, including pop, R&B, rock, post-disco, and adult contemporary music.


    Recording sessions took place between April and November 1982 at Westlake Recording Studios in Los Angeles, California, with a production budget of $750,000, assisted by producer Quincy Jones. Of the nine tracks on the album, four of them were written by Jackson himself. Seven singles were released from the album, all of which reached the top 10 on the Billboard Hot 100. Three of the singles had music videos released. Baby Be Mine and The Lady in My Life were the only tracks that were not released as singles. In just over a year, Thriller became-and currently remains-the best-selling album of all time, with sales estimated by various sources as being between 65 and 110 million copies worldwide.

    1. Wanna Be Startin' Somethin'
    2. Baby Be Mine
    3. The Girl Is Mine (with Paul McCartney)
    4. Thriller
    5. Beat It (Single Version)
    6. Billie Jean (Single Version)
    7. Human Nature
    8. P.Y.T. (Pretty Young Thing)
    9. The Lady In My Life
    Michael Jackson
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  • Dangerous Dangerous Quick View

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    Dangerous

    Import

    Remastered


    With Dangerous, released in November 1991, Michael Jacksons career really sustained its high. The album entered the Billboard
    200 album chart at number 1 and sold over 32 million copies worldwide in the space of 17 years. The RIAA certified Dangerous 7x
    platinum for shipping 7 million copies in the United States. With hit singles such as Black Or White, In The Closet, Remember
    The Timeh, Jamh, and Who Is Ith, and the unforgettable music videos that supported the tracks, Michael Jackson showed his true
    strength by delivering yet another classic album, despite the fact that it was not produced by Quincy Jones (Off The Wall, Thriller
    and Bad).


    Although Dangerous is definitely part of Jacksons quartet of classic albums (Off The Wall, Thriller, Bad, Dangerous) and shows off
    a diverse range of styles, the multi-platinum number one album is sometimes overlooked. However, we present the album on 180
    grams audiophile double vinyl and with remastered sound, to maximize your listening pleasure.

    LP1 ] Side A


    1 Jam
    2 Why You Wanna Trip On Me
    3 In The Closet


    LP1 ] Side B


    1 She Drives Me Wild
    2 Remember The Time
    3 Can't Let Her Get Away
    4 Heal The World


    LP2 ] Side A


    1 Black Or White
    2 Who Is It
    3 Give In To Me


    LP2 ] Side B


    1 Will You Be There
    2 Keep The Faith
    3 Gone Too Soon
    4 Dangerous

    Michael Jackson
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  • Penguin Prison Penguin Prison Quick View

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    Penguin Prison

    Even if you never find out what a Penguin Prison is, theres no denying Chris Glover has made a brilliant record. If youre a fan of New York disco, as accessible as it is angular, all burbling bass lines, resonant rhythms, shimmering synths and heavenly melodies, then youll love the new Penguin Prison album.


    Imagine, Chic produced by James Murphy, or a collaboration between Prince and The Human League. It is some measure of Penguin Prisons skills in the studio, on vocals and in terms of songwriting, that such illusory marvels have been achieved on this superb self-titled collection, that some critics have gone as far as to hail it a modern day Off The Wall masterpiece.


    You can hear the spectacular results on the debut Penguin Prison album, which sounds to all intents and purposes like a Greatest Hits collection, chock-full of catchy hooks and classic pop choruses. There is Multi-Millionaire, which is about being rich even if youve got no money and one titled Dont Fuck With My Money that features Jackson-style percussive gasps and envelope pushing lyrics.

    1. Dont Fuck With My Money
    2. A Funny Thing
    3. Golden Train
    4. Multi-Millionaire
    5. Something Im Not
    6. The Worse It Gets
    7. Fair Warning
    8. Desert Cold
    9. Pinocchio
    10. In The Way
    11. Someone Got Everything
    Penguin Prison
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  • Don Solaris Don Solaris Quick View

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    Don Solaris

    First Pressing Of 750 Individually Numbered Copies On 180 Gram Gold Vinyl, Black Vinyl Thereafter

    Gatefold Sleeve

    Includes 4 Page Booklet With Text Written By Ian Peel

    Printed Innersleeves

    Expanded Edition Includes Azura, Bond, Joyrider Plus 6 Bonus Tracks A.o: Goa, Lopez (Brian Eno Mix), Baton Rouge (Cajun Mix)

    In the late '80s, Eight-O-Eight State was at the forefront of England's still developing electronic music scene. Don Solaris, the group's first widely available album in more than four years, is something of a return for the group.

    The music on this album is diverse, exploring many formats and styles. This album may upon first listen sound too much like a techno-rock crossover. But it is far from that - this music is foremost moody, deep, and full of risks.

    An ambient piece begins the album, and runs into the industrial and heavy sounds of Bond. Vocals are featured on this track, as well as a string bass and harmonica, bell sounds and chimes.

    Bird and Azura throw the listener into a more bass heavy and danceable space. Vocal samples and somewhat eerie sounds give Bird a very moody feel, while jamming drums assault the mind. Steel drums from the Caribbean soothe the ears, when drum and bass rhythms break in through the serenity, accompanied by the tense and beautiful vocals of Louise Rhodes from Lamb. A bass line ricochets between the steel drums and kick-drum punches, bouncing off the walls and the trees of this far-out hot jungle. 808 State continue their journey into pop dynamics, dance, jazz and electronic breathing with Black Dartangnon and Joyrider.

    Balboa brings in tons of bass, perfect for those who love to feel it coming up from below, or like a wall of sound from speakers. If you love music, you'll enjoy Don Solaris. It was experimental in the right ways and well ahead of its time.

    LP 1
    1. Intro
    2. Bond
    3. Bird
    4. Azura
    5. Black Dartangnon
    6. Joyrider
    7. Lopez
    8. Balboa
    9. Kohoutek
    10. Mooz


    LP 2
    1. Jersahat
    2. Banacheq
    3. Goa
    4. Chisler
    5. Lopez (Brian Eno Mix)
    6. Joyrider (A Natural Mix)
    7. Baton Rouge (Cajun Mix)
    8. Bonded

    808 State
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  • Light Science Light Science Quick View

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    Light Science

    For nearly thirteen years Christopher Tignor lived in the 3-story commercial space in Greenpoint, Brooklyn where he conceived and practiced with his band Slow Six. In 2008, thanks to a tipped off fire marshal, a move was inevitable, and the walls had to come down. Drastic measures would be necessary in order to keep making music on his own terms, living completely immersed in his studio and practice space. Step one was relocating to the Mott Haven neighborhood of The Bronx. Far removed from an overwhelming hipster scene he had never connected with, he found himself surrounded by the working-class grit and intensity typically associated with The South Bronx. The new musical landscape Wires Under Tension creates uncannily echoes this transition.



    Charged with the desolation of a Mad Max dystopia, the songs on Wires Under Tension's debut Light Science form a narrative in motion from lightness to darkness. The band's name reflects the duo's ongoing struggle to balance this tension as they wrestle with an unpredictable and unforgiving machine of their own making. Wordless voices of the horns and violin feel like lightning riding a stormy sea of drums and drones. That lightning illuminates the duo's muscular rhythms, formidable dynamic, and unique musicianship. As they beckon us into their storm, they seem to effortlessly sidestep the cliches found in much of today's instrumental music, delivering exciting and mysterious gems from their unique netherworld.

    1. Electricity Turns Them On

    2. Irreversible Machines

    3. A List Of Things To Light On Fire

    4. Wood, Metal, Bone

    5. Position And Hold

    6. Mnemonics In Motion

    7. ????

    Wires Under Tension
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  • Travellers In Space And Time Travellers In Space And Time Quick View

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    Travellers In Space And Time

    I wanted to make a futuristic pop record, to reach out to the kids of the future. It is what I imagine their more highly-evolved pop might sound like: shiny soul music with robots and humans singing together. We are sending a pop music message through time. So says The Apples in stereo / Elephant 6 collective mastermind Robert Schneider. The Apples' new album and seventh studio effort, Travellers in Space and Time is the follow-up to their critically acclaimed hit album New Magnetic Wonder and their second release in association with Elijah Wood's Simian Records. Travellers finds the studio-obsessed indie rockers continuing the hook-heavy pop mastery they achieved on New Magnetic Wonder, an album that spawned performances on Conan O'Brien and Stephen Colbert, along with numerous commercial placements (Pepsi, Samsung, New Balance) and even a performance of hit single Energy by the contestants of American Idol. Well over a year in the making, the new material recasts the Apples' signature pop sounds in chrome-plated futurism, all while adding a dance-driven vibe channeling ELO, Barry Gibb, Wild Honey-era Beach Boys and Off The Wall-era Michael Jackson.
    The Code

    Dream About the Future

    Hey Elevator

    Strange Solar System

    Dance Floor
    C.P.U.

    No One in the World

    Dignified Dignitary

    No Vacation

    Told You Once

    It's All Right

    Next Year About the Same Time

    Floating in Space

    Nobody But You

    Wings Away

    Time Pilot
    The Apples In Stereo
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    Forestelevision

    Lesbian are a peculiar band, and not just in name alone. This Seattle-based four piece is one of the more eclectic acts to grace progressive metal, touting influences based in doom metal, 70s prog rock, black metal, and grunge. Combining all these seemingly disparate elements together may seem like an absurd task, but when psychedelics are involved, anything is possible. The group's latest effort explores these sounds and more in the course of a single forty minute track, Forestelevision.


    Forestelevision is as suitable a title as any considering the structure and content that lies within. Lesbian shuffle through genres and moods as if flipping through channels while doped out on cough syrup. ADD applied to metal has allowed for the creation of some very off-the-wall music, but few approach this attention deficit as slowly evolving as Lesbian. At a whopping 44 minutes, Forestelevision crawls and plods along throughout a myriad of vignettes and experimentation in a way that is as challenging as it is awe-inspiring. Typically, spoiler alerts don't apply to music. However, given the nature of Forestelevision, the surprises that may lie around the corner upon first listen can make for an exhilarating experience. Going in blind yields the best results, but for those in need of more convincing may read on.


    The album first opens to trudging doom metal riffs with vocals bringing to mind the likes of a young Ihsahn before giving way to riffing not out of place on a King Crimson record. These motifs continue to grow and change form through solos and synth leads in epic fashion. It isn't until halfway through Forestelevision when the band picks up considerable speed and begins to sound like something in the realm of post-blackened thrash before bottoming out again in a breakdown not unheard of from death metal greats Suffocation.


    And this is just the tamer side of the group. Things get downright bizarre in the album's second climactic half. Following a barrage of math rock, sludge, and oddball soundtrack work that would expect to hear in an episode of Scooby-Doo, the band pulls off a shockingly convincing King Diamond impression almost out of nowhere, falsetto screams and power metal galloping riffs included. The band closes the show in an explosive crescendo of tremolo picked power chords and blasts of cymbals. Even with the considerable length, the fact that the band were able to make such a strange transformation from bleak doom to triumphant classic metal feel so natural is deserving of praise.


    As excessive or self-indulgent as Forestelevision may seem, the ideas explored within are often captivating and epic as much as they are crushing and brutal. This is a culmination of all the insanity found throughout rock and metal condensed into a single epic track, and on more than one occasion can elicit a mouthing of "what the fuck am I listening to?" Those with enough patience to sit through Forestelevision will be left confused and disoriented, but compelled enough to go back for a second helping.

    1. Forestelevision
    Lesbian
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  • Daily Operation Daily Operation Quick View

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    Daily Operation

    While most groups fall off on the 3rd album, this wasn't the case at all with Gang Starr's classic "Daily Operation". Guru continued to deliver intellectual
    hardcore, mixing deft rhymes with serious beatology while Premier mines the jazz vaults, uncovering some seriously dusty grooves, with which he
    concocts some of the best minimalist hip-hop to ever be committed to wax.


    Universal Music Enterprises (UMe) will continue its "Respect the Classics" tribute to many of hip-hop's finest with the vinyl re-issue of Daily Operation
    from the seminal rap group Gang Star. This classic album is being re-issued back on vinyl with a 3D lenticular cover treatment, giving the timeless cover
    art multiple, mind blowing layers of depth. From the timeless picture of Malcolm X on the back wall to the briefcase overflowing with money that appears
    to leap off the cover, this classic album has been given the perfect cover treatment for collectors new and old....RESPECT THE CLASSICS!

    1. Daily Operation
    2. The Place We Dwell
    3. Flip The Script
    4. Ex-Girl To Next Girl
    5. Soliloquy Of Chaos
    6. I'm The Man
    7. 92 Interlude
    8. Take It Personal
    9. 2 Deep
    10. 24-7/365
    11. No Shame In My Game
    12. Conspiracy
    13. The Illest Brother
    14. Hardcore Composer
    15. B.Y.S.
    16. Much Too Much
    17. Take Two And Pass
    18. Stay Tuned
    Gang Starr
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  • Yell Boss Yell Boss Quick View

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    Yell Boss

    Black Wine is a punk rock trio from New Brunswick, New Jersey. With Yell Boss Black Wine have made another start-to-finish gem. Yell Boss is dense with walls of towering guitars and a rhythm section that can rattle skyscrapers. And big hooks too. Yell Boss has a sound that would pop off the radio, and it's all Black Wine. No auto tuning. No pitch shifting.
    1. Komrades
    2. Breaking Down
    3. No Reason
    4. Magnet Time
    5. Familiar
    6. Rime
    7. Piccoline
    8. Solar Flare
    9. No Time
    10. Love Chain
    Black Wine
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  • The Top The Top Quick View

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    The Top

    The Top is the fifth studio album by English band The Cure, originally released on April 30th, 1984 by Fiction Records, on Polydor. After recording a psychedelic album Blue Sunshine for the one-off project The Glove during the summer 1983, Robert Smith finished off the year composing and working on two other studio albums at the same time: The Top for the Cure and Hyæna for Siouxsie and the Banshees. Smith was still the official guitarist of Siouxsie and the Banshees while he wrote The Top. The album was eclectic and saw Smith using all kinds of instruments, including violin and flute. Bird Mad Girl is in a Spanish style while The Wailing Wall contains Middle-Eastern undertones.


    For The Top, Smith teamed up with another Cure founding member Lol Tolhurst who had given up drums for keyboards, and new member drummer Andy Anderson who had previously performed on the UK top 10 single The Lovecats. Porl Thompson was credited for playing saxophone on Give Me It. All the songs are credited by Smith bar three tracks co-written with Tolhurst, The Caterpillar, Bird Mad Girl and Piggy in the Mirror.

    1. Shake Dog Shake
    2. Birdmad Girl
    3. Wailing Wall
    4. Give Me It
    5. Dressing Up
    6. The Caterpillar
    7. Piggy In The Mirror
    8. The Empty World
    9. Bananafishbones
    10. The Top
    The Cure
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  • Lonerism Lonerism Quick View

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    Lonerism

    Kevin Parker (vocals/guitar) and Dominic Simper (bass) formed Tame Impala as 13-year-olds in Perth in 1999, sticking to bedroom recordings until 2007, when Jay Watson joined them on drums and backing vocals. Their sound was pure late '60s, but wasn't the sound of any specific band from the era. They were as likely to be channeling the Nazz as the Jimi Hendrix Experience. Cocooned away inside walls of psychedelic fuzz in Western Australia they re-created their preferred period one song at a time with the aid of gear and production techniques that sounded like they hadn't been dusted off since 1968.
    LP1
    1. Be Above It
    2. Endors Toi
    3. Apocalypse Dreams
    4. Mind Mischief
    5. Music To Walk Home By
    6. Why Won't They Talk To Me?


    LP2
    1. Feels Like We Only Go Backwards
    2. Keep On Lying
    3. Elephant
    4. She Just Won't Believe Me
    5. Nothing That Has Happened So Far Has Been Anything We Could Control
    6. Sun's Coming Up

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    Evoking a mellow high on a warm Sunday afternoon, where everything is magnified and glows in
    Technicolor, the debut album from Springtime Carnivore is a dreamy work of ebullient pop and
    looming psychedelia. Springtime Carnivore is the nom de tune of Greta Morgan. Produced by
    Morgan and sonic wizard Richard Swift (The Black Keys, The Shins, Foxygen) the album crackles with warmth, employing faded strings, blown-out drums, fuzzy guitars, and pawnshop keyboards to adorn widescreen vocals. Due out November 4th from Aquarium Drunkard's Autumn
    Tone Records, the album builds on a foundation of classic folk and pop songwriting, synthesizing
    those roots with production that turns and careens unexpectedly, shooting her melodic songs in
    varied light and from surprising angles: "Name on a Matchbook" merges off kilter grooves to
    a strident glide; "Sun Went Black" charges marries fuzzy power pop to wistful longing; "Other
    Side of the Boundary" is an aching psychedelic ballad, at once intimate but also cosmically faraway. Springtime Carnivore makes songs that sound familiar but skewed. Already a music veteran, Springtime Carnivore recently completed a tour supporting legendary soft psych band The
    Zombies, with whom she shares a distinct melodic touch. The songs on the album utilize classic
    approaches, but are distinctly modern. There's an index card tacked to the wall of Morgan's rehearsal space. It reads "no cheap tricks," and its command is heeded on Springtime Carnivore's
    14 heavenly songs.
    1. Western Pink
    2. Collectors
    3. Name on a Matchbook
    4. Sun Went Black
    5. Foxtrot Freak (Something In The Atmosphere)
    6. Other Side of the Boundary
    7. Karen Bird's Theme
    8. Keep Confessing
    9. Last One to Know
    10. Two Scars
    11. Talk to Me Slow
    12. Creature Feature
    13. Find a New Game
    14. Low Clouds
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    After the phenomenal reaction to his solo track Wall of Glass and the emotional scenes that accompanied his first solo shows, Liam Gallagher releases his eagerly anticipated debut album As You Were on Warner Bros. Records. The result is exactly what you would have hoped a Liam Gallagher solo album would sound like: the passion for the classic 60s/70s influence that he's always had has been updated for the here and now. I didn't want to be reinventing anything or going off on a space jazz odyssey, says Liam. It's the Lennon 'Cold Turkey' vibe, The Stones, the classics. But done my way, now. One of the most striking aspects of As You Were is that all the songs have a purpose. There's no flab, nothing to cut. They all feel directed at something or someone, setting the record straight or getting his side of the story over. The album's cover features an iconic new portrait of Liam which was taken by the influential photographer, fashion designer, and creative director Hedi Slimane.
    1. Wall Of Glass
    2. Bold
    3. Greedy Soul
    4. Paper Crown
    5. For What It's Worth
    6. When I'm In Need
    7. You Better Run
    8. I Get By
    9. Chinatown
    10. Come Back To Me
    11. Universal Gleam
    12. I've All I Need
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    Killing Machine on Numbered Limited Edition LP from Mobile Fidelity Silver Label


    Smoking-Hot 1978 Set Released as Hell Bent For Leather in the United States


    Produced by Pink Floyd The Wall Engineer James Guthrie: Uncompromising Album and Exacting Performances Remain Hard Rock and Metal Bedrocks


    Marries Streetwise Aggression to Commercial Accessibility, Overflows With Confidence, Boldness, and Diversity


    Includes Metal Standards Hell Bent for Leather, Evening Star, and Delivering the Goods


    Mastered on Mobile Fidelity's World-Renowned Mastering System and Pressed at RTI


    Released the same year as the equally pivotal Stained Class, Killing Machine cemented Judas Priest's standing and reputation as the world's foremost metal band of the late 1970s. Further diversifying its music and sporting increased confidence, boldness, and full-bodied songwriting, the album managed a then-unprecedented task of appealing to mainstream tastes via its impeccably solid production, creative prowess, and staggering melodies. Known in the United States as Hell Bent for Leather, Killing Machine remains a titanic release no matter the name.


    Mastered on Mobile Fidelity's world-renowned mastering system and pressed at RTI, this Silver Series numbered limited edition LP broadens the scope of the original production, helmed by none other than Pink Floyd The Wall producer James Guthrie. Besting those on all previous editions, the low-end thrust, high-frequency dynamics, and all-important midrange now come alive with unsurpassed detail and accuracy. Soundstaging and imaging positively explode before your eyes and ears, and instrumental separation allows insight into band's tight-fisted interplay.


    Recognizing the era's potential and pushing to expand metal's horizons, Priest created music that at the time hadn't any peer. With proto-metal luminaries Black Sabbath, Deep Purple, and Led Zeppelin experiencing career low points, and campy hard rockers following a softer path, the English quintet married street-bruising intensity to commercial accessibility without compromising any aggression, volatility, rawness, or ruggedness. Part of the success owes to Guthrie's expert hand. A majority, however, lies with the group's unrelenting ambition and variety-not to mention masterful performances.


    Exemplified in the breakthrough "Hell Bent for Leather," as tough-as-nails resilient as any metal song and delivered by vocalist Rob Halford with a pronounced ruffian attitude as guitars blaze behind him, Killing Machine sparks with high-powered muscle and concise, exact rhythmic structures. Halford comes into his own throughout, sending his falsetto into another universe on the wide-open highway-driving anthem "Evening Star," evoking deep loss on the ballad "Before the Dawn," and attacking "Delivering the Goods" as if he's a mercenary. There's not a wasted note or moment of doubt on the album.


    To author and metal expert Martin Popoff, music doesn't get any better. "To my mind, Killing Machine was the apex, the hallowed halls of heavy metal which Priest summarily occupied alone at this particular juncture in time," writes Popoff in his The Top 500 Heavy Metal Albums of All Time. "The songs on this record sweat the corners and creases of all of metal's characteristics, Priest firing on and off all speeds, from quick and note-dense to positively glacial."


    This title is not eligible for further discount.

    1. Delivering the Goods
    2. Rock Forever
    3. Evening Star
    4. Hell Bent for Leather
    5. Take on the World
    6. Burnin' Up
    7. Killing Machine
    8. Running Wild
    9. Before the Dawn
    10. Evil Fantasies
    Judas Priest
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    Afraid Of Heights

    Straight from the dungeons of L.A., Wavves deliver Afraid Of Heights, their fourth album. Now a duo consisting of guitarist Nathan Williams and bassist Stephen Pope, they sound bigger, brasher, and shockingly more professional than ever on Afraid Of Heights which positions the band to take their rightful place amongst the pop-punk gods. You know the story by now. Bored dude in his parents' tool shed-turned-room with no insulation and a record stuck to a hole in the wall to keep the mice out turns on a four-track recorder, fucks around and ends up with two of the oddest, noisiest, and downright catchiest albums in recent memory.


    The product of more than a year of writing and recording, Afraid Of Heights expands the Wavves sound while remaining true to the band's original vision - it was created with absolutely no label involvement, a specter that nearly derailed King Of The Beach. Working with producer John Hill (known for his work with M.I.A. and Santigold, as well as with hip-hop acts such as Nas and the Wu-Tang Clan), the band found a willing party in creating what they felt was the truest expression of what they wanted. As for the Afraid Of Heights sessions themselves, Williams paid for them out-of-pocket, explaining his reasoning with, In doing so, I had no one to answer to. We recorded the songs how and when we wanted without anybody interfering, and that's how it's supposed to be.


    Lyrically, Williams took the focus less off of his own melancholy and out into the world, with songs that dealt with crooked preachers (Sail To The Sun), relationships (Dog) and killing cops (Cop). Even when he reaches outside his own damaged psyche, Williams is still making Wavves songs, saying, The general theme of the record is depression and anxiety, being death-obsessed and paranoid of impending doom. I feel like the narration is almost schizophrenic if you listen front to back; every word is important, even the constant contradictions and lack of self-worth. That's all a part of this record-questioning everything not because I'm curious, but because I'm paranoid. That paranoia manifests itself on many of the album's best tracks, such as the spacey drones and bummazoid vibes of the Weezer-referencing, getting-drunk-because-you-can't-bring-yourself-to-care-vibey Afraid Of Heights, or the string-aided I Can't Dream, which rounds the record out with the optimistic, I can finally sleep, before subverting itself with, But I can't dream. With their biggest and boldest-sounding record yet, Wavves might have finally come into their own, a fully-realized punk rock force in both sound and vision.

    1. Sail to the Sun
    2. Demon to Lean On
    3. Mystic
    4. Lunge Forward
    5. Dog
    6. Afraid of Heights
    7. Paranoid
    8. Cop
    9. Beat Me Up
    10. Everyhting Is My Fault
    11. That's On Me
    12. Gimme a Knife
    13. I Can't Dream
    Wavves
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    Gone Banana

    "Backed by film noir brass and gently reverbed minor chords, Birgy's spectral vocals are at once comforting like a cashmere blanket and discomboblatingly strange. Not unlike catching the scent of someone that pulls you
    back to a dimension you forgot."- Noisey


    "The record takes delightfully unexpected..., mixing together subdued vocals, fuzzy riffs, and deliberate bass lines with a saxophone that often slices
    through melodies with free-spirited and seductive cries." - Wild Magazine


    A thick green mist, a lush chill vibe; after 5 years and countless self-released
    tapes and CDs, Mega Bog - the brainchild of songwriter Erin Birgy - has
    completed their best work to date; a swirling pop cloud called 'Gone Banana'.
    Influenced equally by the emotional psychedelia of Kevin Ayers and the pop
    whimsy of Steely Dan, 'Banana' is a joyous declaration of artistic independence and purpose. The story of a chronic goofball insisting on being taken
    seriously. A celebration of melancholy; using music to force yourself off the
    floor when you hit the bottom. Birgy is an enigmatic musician and a true
    weirdo - Megabog changes lineups and configurations faster than most musicians change clothes.


    Alternately a tender songwriting project, a blazin-hot jazz-rock combo, or an
    open forum for goofy one offs and fragile experimentation, it is ultimately
    whatever Birgy wants it to be on a given day. For 'Banana' she has gathered a
    loose group from Seattle's thriving experimental pop and improvised music
    scene, including members of local mainstays like Neighbors and Iji, along
    with hotshot sax guy Jacob Zimmerman. Sounding equal parts Ariel Pink and
    Prefab Sprout, they rip through 9 hazy burners with a sneaky tightness hidden behind layers of drizzle and reverb. Birgy's rich voice croons and bends
    around the shifting walls of sound, organizing and refocusing the swirl. Representing a unique moment in Birgy's songwriting and a budding maturation
    for a bouncy community of oddball pop addicts, 'Gone Banana' is an immersive listening experience and a peek into the life of a truly strange soul.

    1. Intro (Bird Bridge)
    2. Aurora/99
    3. Goobie Krishna
    4. Cologne in the Night
    5. Wet Moss
    6. Gone Banana
    7. Year of Patience
    8. Chilidog
    9. TP - 89 (edit)
    10. Lady Rachel (by Kevin Ayers)
    Mega Bog
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