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    Plans

    This double 180-gram LP is packaged in a super-nice gatefold sleeve and includes a vinyl only bonus track, Talking Like Turnstiles
    1. Marching Bands of Manhattan
    2. Soul Meets Body
    3. Summer Skin
    4. Different Names for the Same Thing
    5. I Will Follow You into the Dark
    6. Your Heart Is an Empty Room
    7. Someday You Will Be Loved
    8. Crooked Teeth
    9. What Sarah Said
    10. Brothers on a Hot
    Death Cab For Cutie
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    Plans

    Plans is the fifth studio album by Indie Rock band Death Cab for Cutie, originally released August 30, 2005.


    The album spawned three singles: "Soul Meets Body", "Crooked Teeth", and "I Will Follow You into the Dark", with all three songs charting. "I Will Follow You Into The Dark" became Death Cab for Cutie's best-selling single to-date, and gained the band a nomination for a Grammy Award for Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals the following year.


    Plans peaked at number four on the Billboard 200, and received platinum certification by the Recording Industry Association of America. The album was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Alternative Music Album at the 48th Grammy Awards in 2006.

    LP 1
    1. Marching Bands of Manhattan
    2. Soul Meets Body
    3. Summer Skin
    4. Different Names for the Same Thing
    5. I Will Follow You into the Dark
    6. Your Heart Is an Empty Room
    7. Someday You Will Be Loved
    8. Crooked Teeth


    LP 2
    1. What Sarah Said
    2. Brothers on a Hotel Bed
    3. Stable Song
    4. Talking Like Turnstiles

    Death Cab For Cutie
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    No Plan

    Features The Single 'Lazarus' From Blackstar, As Well As The Three Final David Bowie Studio Recordings From That Album's Sessions


    Pressed On 180-Gram Vinyl


    Side B Features A Special Lazer Etching (No Music)


    The No Plan EP was originally released digitally on January 8th, 2017 the day after would have been David Bowie's 70th Birthday. The release reached #1 on the iTunes charts of 11 countries including the UK, Netherlands, Denmark, Ireland, Norway, Finland and Sweden, and broke the Top 20 in more than 30 territories. The No Plan EP is now being pressed on heavyweight 180g black vinyl that includes a special laser etching on side B and is housed in new artwork designed by longtime collaborator Jonathan Barnbrook.


    The No Plan EP features the single 'Lazarus' from, and the three final David Bowie studio recordings during the sessions for his 28th and final album - No Plan, Killing A Little Time and When I Met You. The track No Plan was hailed by Rolling Stone who ranked it at #4 in their 50 Best Songs of 2016 as a magnificent coda... one last transmission from the Bowie universe.

    1. Lazarus
    2. No Plan
    3. Killing a Little Time
    4. When I Met You
    David Bowie
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  • Man Plans God Laughs (On Sale) Man Plans God Laughs (On Sale) On Sale Quick View

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    Man Plans God Laughs (On Sale)

    Brand New Album by Public Enemy


    ''Man Plans God Laughs,'' is the brand new album by Hall of Famers Public Enemy. Chuck, Flavor, Lord, Griff, G-Wiz and the S1W's return for another album, bringing you all new music. If you thought your favorite PE album was ''Apocalypse 91,'' wait until you here this one!


    Public Enemy is an American hip hop group consisting of Chuck D, Flavor Flav, DJ Lord, The S1W group, Khari Wynn and Professor Griff. Formed in Long Island, New York in 1982, they are known for their politically charged lyrics and criticism of the American media, with an active interest in the frustrations and concerns of the African American community.

    1. No Sympathy from the Devil
    2. Me to We
    3. Man Plans God Laughs
    4. Give Peace a Damn
    5. Those Who Know, Know Who
    6. Mine Again
    7. Lost in Space Music
    8. Corplantationopoly
    9. Earthizen
    10. Praise the Loud
    Public Enemy
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  • Uplift Mofo Party Plan Uplift Mofo Party Plan Quick View

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    Uplift Mofo Party Plan

    On 1987's The Uplift Mofo Party Plan, producer Michael Beinhorn (Soundgarden, Hole) helped the Chili Peppers incorporate more of a hard-rock approach to their already rich blend of funk and punk. This would be the best and unfortunately final album to feature the Kiedis/Flea/Slovak/Irons lineup as Slovak died from a drug overdose in 1988, and Irons exited soon after, turning up several years later as the drummer for Pearl Jam. Highlights include Fight Like a Brave, Funky Crime, Me and My Friends, Backwoods, Behind the Sun, No Chump Love Sucker and Special Secret Song Inside.
    1. Fight Like a Brave

    2. Funky Crime

    3. Me and My Friends

    4. Backwoods

    6. Behind the Sun

    7. Skinny Sweaty Man

    8. Subterranean Homesick Blues

    9. Special Secret Song Inside

    10. No Chump Love Sucker

    11. Walkin' on Down the Road

    12. Love Trilogy

    13. Organic Anti-Beat Box Band
    Red Hot Chili Peppers
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    Limerent Death (Black Vinyl)

    The first single from The Dillinger Escape Plan's forthcoming release. Limited edition pressing on black vinyl.
    1. Limerent Death
    2. Limerent Death (instrumental)
    Dillinger Escape Plan
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    Uncanney Valley

    In 2003, if you told the members of The Dismemberbent Plan that ten years later they would not only be releasing a new album, but their best record to date, there's no way they would have believed you. Since forming in Washington, D.C. in 1993, the band has released four highly acclaimed full-lengths and become one of the most well respected- and indefinable- acts in indie rock.


    Uncanny Valley, their first new album in over a decade, maintains The Dismemberment Plan's unique sound while simultaneously allowing them to open up and expand on the foundation of their celebrated back catalog.

    1. No One's Saying Nothing
    2. Waiting
    3. Invisible
    4. White Collar White Trash
    5. Living in Song
    6. Lookin'
    7. Daddy Was a Real Good Dancer
    8. Mexico City Christmas
    9. Go and Get It
    10. Let's Just Go to the Dogs Tonight
    The Dismemberment Plan
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    Change

    Change is a perfect reflection of where The Dismemberment Plan and indie-rock culture as a whole was at that time-aging out of their party days, struggling to create a new identity without leaving behind what made them unique and having a spotlight shown on them during the entire process, making the struggle all the more real. Yes, the short-term result was the band breaking up, but given the passage of time, Change has proven its merit time and time again. And with this vinyl reissue, a whole new generation of fans can discover what thousands before them already knew: The Dismemberment Plan was-and continue to be-an important rock band, the kind you're eternally thankful was smart enough to leave the basement and enter a recording studio a few times.
    1. Sentimental Man
    2. The Face of the Earth
    3. Superpowers
    4. Pay for the Piano
    5. Come Home
    6. Secret Curse
    7. Automatic
    8. Following Through
    9. Time Bomb
    10. The Other Side
    11. Ellen and Ben
    The Dismemberment Plan
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    No Pads, No Helmets Just Balls

    Pressed On Red Colored Vinyl



    The punk-pop combo known as Simple Plan are unquestionably one of the most exuberant and exciting outfits of the day. Since getting together back in 1998, the Montreal-based quintet - Pierre Bouvier: vocals; Jeff Stinco: lead guitar; David Derosiers: bass, backing vocals; Chuck Corneau: drums - has been knocking out crowds across the Great White North with storming gigs.


    Now Simple Plan are ready to tear up the Lower 48 with their much-anticipated Lava/Atlantic debut album. Produced by Arnold Lanni (Our Lady Peace, King's X), No Helmets No Pads...Just Balls features 12 irresistible anti-anthems of adolescent alienation, each one fit to burst with unstoppable hooks, melodic punk vocalizing, and shout-it-out-loud choruses.

    1. I'd Do Anything
    2. The Worst Day Ever
    3. You Don't Mean Anything
    4. I'm Just a Kid
    5. When I'm With You
    6. Meet You There
    7. Addicted
    8. My Alien
    9. God Must Hate Me
    10. I Won't Be There
    11. One Day
    12. Perfect
    Simple Plan
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    Taking One For The Team

    Taking One for the Team, Simple Plan's fifth full-length and most ambitious album so far, offering hard-hitting punk-fueled tracks alongside songs that delve into everything from reggae to delicate acoustic balladry. Longtime fans can rest assured that Taking One for the Team is packed with plenty of quintessential Simple Plan tracks, including Boom, whose companion music video features cameos by members of All-Time Low, Pierce The Veil, PVRIS, MxPx, and many more Warped Tour all-stars. The album starts out full-throttle with the brutal guitar and furious drumming of Opinion Overload. It's a song about following your heart and dreams no matter what people say or think, explains Bouvier.


    We're adults in our mid-thirties now, and we still have to deal with that. Sometimes you gotta remind yourself that it doesn't mean anything, that it's ok to stand up for yourself and be who you are and that's what's gonna set you apart. That same defiant spirit is present on I Refuse, where Simple Plan mine inspiration from punk/hardcore acts like Rise Against and Good Riddance, ultimately delivering the only punk anthem in recent memory to feature an elegant piano interlude. We grew up on that kind of music; it's in our DNA- we'll always need that energy and those super-fast, in-your-face songs that people love about this band, says bass player David Desrosiers of tracks like I Refuse or Nostalgic. I can already imagine us playing those songs live and seeing the crowd go crazy, singing along to every word.

    1. Opinion Overload
    2. Boom!
    3. Kiss Me Like Nobody's Watching
    4. Farewell (feat. Jordan Pundik)
    5. Singing In The Rain (feat. R. City)
    6. Everything Sucks
    7. I Refuse
    8. I Don't Wanna Go To Bed (feat. Nelly)
    9. Nostalgic
    10. Perfectly Perfect
    11. I Don't Wanna Be Sad
    12. P.S. I Hate You
    13. Problem Child
    14. I Dream About You (feat. Juliet Simms)
    Simple Plan
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    Dissociation

    Experimental metal outfit the Dillinger Escape Plan have announced a new album, Dissociation, out via Party Smashers Inc./Cooking Vinyl America. Among the producers who worked on the album was Converge's Kurt Ballou, who mixed it at GodCity in Boston. Along with the announcement, the band have shared the record's first single, "Limerent Death." In a press release, guitarist Ben Weinman called the track one of his "all-time favorite DEP songs."


    In the same press release, the band - which formed in 1997 - announced that Dissociation is "potentially" their last release before they go on an "extended hiatus" when they finish touring. In a new interview with Noisey, Weinman (who is an original member of the band) elaborated on the decision. He said, "I think in some ways we wanted to pull a 'Seinfeld' and go out while we're still on top."


    -Matthew Strauss (Pitchfork.com)

    1. Limerent Death
    2. Symptom Of Terminal Illness
    3. Wanting Not So Much As To
    4. Fugue
    5. Low Feels Blvd
    6. Surrogate
    7. Honeysuckle
    8. Manufacturing Discontent
    9. Apologies Not Included
    10. Nothing To Forget
    11. Dissociation
    Dillinger Escape Plan
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    Option Paralysis (Red Vinyl) (Awaiting Repress)

    Pressed On Red Vinyl


    Limited Edition of 500 Copies


    Printed Dust Sleeve & Vinyl-Only Bonus Track


    At first glance, "Option Paralysis" seems like a highly inappropriate title to describe the constantly evolving output of THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN. But once you're faced with the cumulative power and vision of guitarist Ben Weinman, vocalist Greg Puciato, bassist Liam Wilson, guitarist Jeff Tuttle and new drummer Billy Rymer, you'll wonder-right after you pick yourself up off the floor-why more bands don't achieve similar force-of-nature status.


    "The title 'Option Paralysis' represents being in a situation where you have so many choices you can't decide, and end up being frozen," says founding member Weinman about the mindset permeating the band's fourth full-length album. "Back in the early days when I started to discover music, go to shows and find out about new bands, there were 'filters' from various circumstances - geography, economic status, etc - which deeply affected how a band sounded and what they stood for. Now, everyone is going through the same filter-namely computers and the internet-and everyone has the same circumstances: Everybody's seeing the same thing for the first time at the very same time, simultaneously all over the world. That very system is negatively affecting art and has created a situation where everything is influencing itself and art is not based on struggle, personal scarcity or unique and personal inspiration. This cultural revolutions is a big part of what determines our mission. We're not listening to any of the bands around us for some kind of input as to what we should sound like. At this point, we're using our own accomplishments as a measurement of what we need to do next."


    From their early days in the late-'90s as short-haired Rutgers, New Jersey, college students delivering hyper-complex thrash to audiences of boorish long-haired surly metalheads, to performing with NINE INCH NAILS on the pioneering electronic band's farewell shows, the DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN have merely one prerogative: to go forward in ALL directions simultaneously. Their groundbreaking 1999 debut full-length, "Calculating Infinity", is inarguably the essential technical-metal talisman for the 21st century, melding hardcore's blinding rage with a musical vision that made most progressive-rock bands sound positively lazy by comparison. "Irony Is A Dead Scene", the band's 2002 collaboration with Mike Patton, maintained their patented extremity while exploring electronic textures. The 2004 follow-up, "Miss Machine", (the first record to showcase frontman, Puciato) was a distillation of the band's work thus far, while including jaw-dropping flirtations with mainstream metal ("Unretrofied") that further enforced DILLINGER's desire-and ability-to take their music wherever the hell they wanted. 2007's "Ire Works" had the band finding inspiration from underground glitch and breakcore electronica, as well as indigenous music genres, in a world seemingly overrun with metalcore bores and screamo trend-hoppers. THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN's unerring sweat equity has consistently found resonance with listeners on both sides of the stages the band trod upon.


    "Option Paralysis" marks the beginning of another trajectory in the DEP mythology. After aligning themselves with the renowned Relapse label for most of their career, the band entered into a deal with the French label SEASON OF MIST to put out "Option Paralysis", tagging their new PARTY SMASHER INC label. "We signed a pretty traditional record deal with them for one record," explains Weinman. "What's exciting is that Michael [Berberian, SOM label founder] is a really big music fan and has a great understanding of how we operate. He was totally aware of the possibilities and limitations of working with a band like us-he's not expecting pop hits-and he's been extremely enthusiastic to dive right in and make it work for everyone."


    Produced by Steve Evetts, Dillinger's new music is positively abundant with possibilities. Drummer Billy Rymer, whom Weinman describes as "young and hungry," now occupies the engine room that powers the band. Frontman, Puciato has always had a knack with a bellow that could make reciting a grocery list seem like an exhortation to open the mouth of Hell. But feeling some of the lyrics on "Option Paralysis", you can't positively determine if the singer is handing down indictments ("Farewell, Mona Lisa") or feeling emotionally wounded. "This record is concept driven but there is still a very emotional and personal aspect to his lyrics," says Weinman soberly. "He's going through transitional stages in his life right now." Nothing so eloquently supports that statement than the six and-a-half-minute "Widower", where the band are joined by veteran David Bowie keyboardist Mike Garson for an aural excursion that incorporates piano-trio jazz, tender balladry and anthemic power. While there's no shortage of DEP plasma-balls on "Option Paralysis" ("Room Full Of Eyes", "Good Neighbor"), the band keep things fresh with the math-rock/free-jazz convergence of "I Wouldn't If You Didn't," the electro-tweaked "Chinese Whispers" and the closing "Parasitic Twins". The latter track sports lead vocals courtesy of guitarist Tuttle, as well as Beach Boys-styled harmonies and a major-key Weinman solo that's more Clapton (ca. Derek And The Dominos) than calculus crush. Clearly, this is not your older brother's DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN. "We're just trying to make music we can be stimulated by," says Weinman about the assorted directions and sonic vistas on "Option Paralysis". "We consider ourselves songwriters, which is kind of odd when you consider the kind of band most would consider us."


    As passionate about their craft as ever, DEP are looking to ramp up things even more in 2010, with a planet-beating touring campaign that includes basement shows, a stint on the main stage at this summer's Vans Warped Tour, a performance at the legendary Cochella festival, and various points in between. But after 12 years of deliberately challenging themselves, as well as the preconceived notions of critics and the strict genre-specific zealots of the world's underground music scenes, the big question remains: What is the mission of the DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN? It's a question Weinman addresses with equal parts melancholy, unwavering determination and humor. "I've been trying for a while to have someone explain that to me," he says, laughing. "Seriously, 'Option Paralysis' represents why we're here and why we're still making music. We started at a time when there wasn't all this access to the larger world. Our only goal was to make a small dent in the scene that we were in. The fact we've made it this far and that we're still relevant is really special to me. I feel that it is extremely important for bands like us to continue to represent the ethic and attitude that was present during a time that doesn't exist anymore."


    "That," he says, pausing to smile. "And I have to pay my mortgage somehow "

    1. Farewell, Mona Lisa
    2. Good Neighbor
    3. Gold Teeth on a Bum
    4. Crystal Morning
    5. Endless Endings
    6. Widower
    7. Room Full of Eyes
    8. Chinese Whispers
    9. I Wouldn't If You Didn't
    10. Parasitic Twins
    11. Chuck McChip (vinyl only bonus track)
    Dillinger Escape Plan
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    Emergency & I

    Best New Reissue And Perfect 10.0 On Pitchfork!


    Full-Color Photo Collage, Lyrics Sheet, And In-Depth Liner Notes


    Four Bonus Tracks


    Emergency & I has been widely regarded as the definitive artistic statement from the beloved Washington D.C. quartet and has found its way onto many best-of lists, including the #16 spot of Pitchfork's Top 100 Albums of the 90's.


    Originally released on DeSoto Records, this vinyl re-issue will be presented in gatefold 180-gram audiophile-grade vinyl with a giant full-color photo collage, lyrics sheet, and in-depth liner notes, plus four rare bonus tracks,also never before available on high quality vinyl.

    1. A Life of Possibilities
    2. Memory Machine
    3. What Do You Want Me to Say?
    4. Spider in the Snow
    5. The Jitters
    6. I Love A Magician
    7. You Are Invited
    8. Gyroscope
    9. The City
    10. Girl O' Clock
    11. 8 1/2 Minutes
    12. Back and Forth
    The Dismemberment Plan
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    Ire Works (Colored Vinyl) (Awaiting Repress)

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    Ire Works succeeds in many of the same ways that their previous album did, while branching out creatively. They continue to toy with technical metal, blistering hardcore, jazz breaks, and post-punk, but here they evolve again by adding more twists and turns with additional electronic elements. While the merging of too many styles in hardcore can make for a convoluted result (see Avenged Sevenfold's self-titled release), the added instruments and genre changeups enhance the result rather than acting as ornamental distractions.


    Edgy Aphex Twin-style drill'n'bass drum breaks and stretched and squeezed electro blips feel strangely at home next to the psychotic time-signature changes and manic riffs, especially on the tracks Sick on Sunday, Dead as History, and When Acting as a Wave. Violins, pianos, and trumpets sit nicely in the mix, and the group's willingness to take chances leads to stunning artistic endeavors rather than stale attempts at crossing genres just for the sake of being clever. Original vocalist Dimitri Minakakis makes an appearance, as does Mastodon guitarist Brent Hinds, but the most notable inclusion is drummer Gil Sharone, who proves himself an expert at picking up the slack after the departure of founding member Chris Pennie to play in Coheed and Cambria.


    Undoubtedly, this act added anger to fuel the fire of their heavier numbers. 82588, Fix Your Face, and Party Smasher are as wicked and manic as their most difficult earlier stuff; conversely, the melodic hooks and falsetto of Black Bubblegum and the watery ambience of Mouth of Ghosts balance out the album nicely. It can be inaccessible and terrifying all at once, but in a genre overly saturated with formulaic groups, Ire Works is a true standout. If DEP aren't careful and continue down this innovative path, they could easily be labeled the Radiohead of metalcore- a visceral metal album that pushes the envelope.

    1. Fix Your Face
    2. Lurch
    3. Black Bubblegum
    4. Sick On Sunday
    5. When Acting As a Particle
    6. Nong Eye Gong
    7. When Acting As a Wave
    8. 82588
    9. Milk Lizard
    10. Party Smasher
    11. Dead As History
    12. Horse Hunter
    13. Mouth Of Ghosts
    Dillinger Escape Plan
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    Miss Machine (Colored Vinyl) (Awaiting Repress)

    Limited Edition Coke Bottle Green Vinyl


    New vocalist Greg Puciato begins on Van Damsel, It's not what you thought as it runs a dead stop. A thousand bands would've quit at ...what you thought; Dillinger adds runs a dead stop, and makes you leap out of the way of its hardcore car crashing into the jazz establishment. No kidding! After five years, the band has lost nothing, only gained. Time signatures are a play toy, genres are a joke, and the wannabes' goofy I'm so tortured, listen to me scream is nowhere to be found. Here, jarring instrumental changes work as a bitches' brew of stealthy genius, sticking you with a shiv and changing faces in the dark.


    Technical metal, righteous hardcore, twittering jazz interludes, and starkly melodic, seemingly post-punk-inspired segments all put the punters soundly in their place. Miss Machine doesn't even really seem that angry. Well, not anger for anger's sake, anyway. Cuts like Panasonic Youth and We Are the Storm are fueled by a manic alchemy of metal and hardcore, and Puciato's veins couldn't have survived the sessions. But the rage is artful; it's an integral part of Dillinger's larger performance. In the near future, rich women and fuddy-duddies will consider Miss Machine through opera glasses as sweaty children lash each other with cat-o'-nine-tails. There's nothing more to say -- the next true image of rock & roll has crawled out of the swamps of Jersey.

    1. Panasonic Youth
    2. Sunshine the Werewolf
    3. Highway Robbery
    4. Van Damsel
    5. Phone Home
    6. We Are The Storm
    7. Crutch Field Tongs
    8. Setting Fire to Sleeping Giants
    9. Baby's First Coffin
    10. Unretrofied
    11. The Perfect Design
    Dillinger Escape Plan
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  • Legacy of Brutality Legacy of Brutality Quick View

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    Legacy of Brutality

    1. Static Age

    2. TV Casualty
    3. Hybrid Moments
    4. Spinal Remains
    5. Come Back
    6. Some Kinda Hate
    7. Theme For A Jackal
    8. Angelfuck

    9. Who Killed Marilyn?

    10. Where Eagles Dare

    11. She

    12. Halloween
    13. American Nightmare
    Misfits
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    Earth A.D.

    1. Earth A.D.
    2. Queen Wasp
    3. Devilock
    4. Death Comes Ripping
    5. Green Hell
    6. Mommy Can I Go Out & Kill Tonight?
    7. Wolfs Blood
    8. Demonomania
    9. Bloodfeast
    10. Hellhound
    Misfits
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    Calculating Infinity

    Apparently, Dillinger has solved the complex equation asked of their album title and the answer is strange and complex. Oddly enough, Relapse is marketing this as math metal, a term that almost fits. Having enjoyed Dillinger's bombastic, grindy punk debut mini-album, Calculating Infinity seems ten times more explosive and brilliant, as it spews forth anger and venomous misery in a way that is comparable only to spontaneous combustion. Continuing to expand upon the ultra-aggressive, deliciously technical approach they adopt toward grind and hardcore, the band has fully embraced its amazing knack for rhythmic melody on tracks like *# and Weekend Sex Change. Fear not Dillinger fans, for there is enough uncontrolled hatred and violence on this release to satisfy five bands, let alone New Jersey's native sons.


    This album is both screechingly abrasive, as evident on Clip the Apex... Accept Institution, and morbidly beautiful, with the Slint-ish acoustic passages of The Running Board. Destro's Secret contains such an amazing progressive dance between guitar and bass that one could only compare it to the mighty Cynic. The drumming rates near the top of any extreme metal drumming, combining an offbeat jazz style with an aggressive Cryptopsy-like technical approach. The vocals are raw, disturbing, and creepy causing a strange chill to crawl up the spine. Who will appreciate Dillinger then? The eclectics and musicians who understand the complexity of the band and genius chaotically held within.

    1. Sugar Coated Sour
    2. 43% Burnt
    3. Jim Fear
    4. *#..
    5. Destro's Secret
    6. The Running Board
    7. Clip the Apex...Accept Instruction
    8. Calculating Infinity
    9. 4th Grade Dropout
    10. Weekend Sex Change
    11. Variations on a Cocktail Dress
    Dillinger Escape Plan
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    The Big Machine

    The Big Machine is the fourth studio album from French singer/composer/producer Emilie Simon. The songs were composed by Emilie and co-written with English novelist Graham Joyce and Faroese singer/songwriter Teitur Lassen. Her first to feature almost exclusive English lyrics, The Big Machine is Emilie's most personal and accessible record to date.

    1. Rainbow

    2. Dreamland
    3. Nothing To Do With You
    4. Chinatown
    5. Ballad Of The Big Machine
    6. The Cycle
    7. Closer
    8. The Devil At My Door
    9. Rocket To The Moon
    10. Fools Like Us
    11. The Way I See You
    12. This Is Your World

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    2015 will mark Wax Tailor's career 10th anniversary. To kick off the celebrations in style, he is coming back with Phonovision Symphonic Orchestra. Partnering with a 52 piece orchestra, he reorchestrated 27 of his most beloved tracks and performed them live on a European tour, where they were recorded. This album brings together classics like Que Sera, Say Yes or Hypnosis Theme in a complete new light, with lush arrangements meant to emphasize the interaction between the symphonic orchestra and the electronic beats of Wax Tailor.
    1. Phonovisions
    2. Sometimes
    3. Alien In My Belly
    4. Dusty Rainbow
    5. A Woman's Voice
    6. Masquerade Theme
    7. Until Heaven Stops The Rain
    8. Hypnosis Theme
    9. This Train
    10. Walk The Line
    11. Dry Your Eyes
    12. Down In Flames
    13. Like An Hourglass
    14. Only Once
    15. Heart Stop
    16. The Sound
    17. Positively Inclined
    18. City Vapors
    19. Dragon Chasers
    20. Our Dance
    21. House Of Wax
    22. B-Boy On Wax
    23. Seize The Day
    24. Que Sera
    25. Am I Free
    26. To Dry Up
    27. Say Yes
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    It was in 1996 that Jay-Jay Johanson, a young man from a cold climate, fascinated by the Bristol sound they called trip-hop and Portishead in particular, first tapped delicately on our eardrums. In only a few songs he revealed a family tree that spread its roots far and wide: on one branch Chet Baker and Lee Hazelwood, on the other John Coltrane with Johnny Hartman, and in between a whole army of jazz or symphonic recordings sampled from everywhere imaginable. Almost 20 years later he has returned with an incredible new album called Opium. It contains the very essence of Johanson's music: an ease with inventing melodies, a voice that gently caresses, and the jacked up, heady rhythms that lift and carry the songs. From the peaceful harmonica opening of Drowsy / Too Young To Say Good Night to the smoke-wreathed love song I Don't Know Much About Loving, via titles with a sporadic and light groove (NDE, Alone Too Long), Opium is a courageous offering. Johanson opens his heart with fearlessness and modesty, gracefully lowering his guard and evoking the questions that torment men of his age: love, solitude, fatherhood, immaturity. The songwriting is unerving, the words have a suppressed poetry. This new Jay-Jay Johanson is the work of a guy who has survived the avalanches, who is no longer looking for answers and is content to sketch out the perspectives in as many songs. Some titles are serious (Harakiri), but others immediately take up the reins casting a more gentle, peaceful light, like Scarecrow, a collaboration with Robin Guthrie that would not have sounded out of place on a Cocteau Twins album, or of the strange positivity of Be Yourself or I Love Him So. The strength of Opium is that it asks questions that don't necessarily have an answer; it offers a collection of songs freed from any certitude but which convince through their modesty, through their precision. In short, Jay-Jay Johanson at his best.
    1. Drowsy / Too Young To Say Good Night
    2. Moonshine
    3. Be Yourself
    4. I Love Him So
    5. NDE
    6. I Don't Know Much About Loving
    7. Scarecrow
    8. I Can Count On You
    9. Alone Too Long
    10. Celebrate The Wonders
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    Grammy-nominated and multi-platinum selling recording artist Gavin DeGraw has announced plans to release his fifth studio album SOMETHING WORTH SAVING via RCA Records. Recorded in multiple cities in the U.S. including Miami, Los Angeles and Nashville, Something Worth Saving marks DeGraw's first full length studio release in nearly three years, following 2013's highly acclaimed Make A Move.
    1. She Sets The City On Fire
    2. You Make My Heart Sing Louder
    3. Kite Like Girl
    4. Making Love With The Radio On
    5. Harder To Believe
    6. Say I Am
    7. How Lucky Can A Man Get
    8. New Love
    9. Annalee
    10. Something Worth Saving
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    Mary's Voice, the follow-up to 2008's acclaimed Music Tapes for Clouds and Tornadoes, is part one of a planned two-part album and inaugurates a newly active phase in The Music Tapes' evolution with plans to tour the world in a circus tent later this year and an NPR radio serial in the works.



    Mary's Voice features Jeff Mangum (Neutral Milk Hotel) and other members of Elephant 6.

    1. The Dark Is Singing Songs (Sleepy Time Down South)
    2. Saw and Calliope Organ on Wire
    3. S'Alive (Pt. 1)
    4. The Big Beautiful Shops (It's Said That It Could Be
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    5. Spare the Dark Streets
    6. To All Who Say Goodnight
    7. Intermission (Pt. 1)
    8. Intermission (Pt. 2)
    9. Kolyada #3
    10. Playing Evening
    11. Go Home Again
    12. S'Alive to Be Known (May We Starve)
    13. Untitled
    14. Takeshi and Elijah
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    In November 2012 Kevin Shields announced plans to release a third My Bloody Valentine album in an interview with NME. He stated plans to release it on his website before the end of 2012, and said the album's release would be followed by a series of live shows. On 24 December 2012, it was announced via the band's Facebook page that the album had been completed three days earlier on the 21st. On 27 January 2013, during their first concert since 2009, the band played a new song labeled "rough song", according to a photo of a setlist that looks to be sitting on the soundboard. During that same concert, Kevin Shields told the audience that the third album "might be out in two or three days".
    1. She Found Now
    2. Only Tomorrow
    3. Who Sees You
    4. Is This And Yes
    5. If I Am
    6. New You
    7. In Another Way
    8. Nothing Is
    9. Wonder 2
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