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    RAM

    Ladies and gentlemen, this is an album from a long, long time ago, when the world was different. This is an album that is part of my history, it goes back to the wee hills of Scotland where it was formed. It's an album called RAM. It reminds me of my hippie days and the free attitude with which it was created. I hope you're going to like it, because I do! - Paul McCartney (2012)


    Following the successful recent reissues of McCartney, McCartney II, and 2012's Grammy winner for 'Best Historical Album, Band on the Run, RAM is the latest album from Paul's iconic back catalog to get the deluxe Paul McCartney Archive Collection treatment. As with the previous releases in the series, Paul has personally overseen every aspect of the project and the result is spectacular!


    RAM, originally released in May of 1971, is the only album to be credited to both Paul and Linda McCartney and was Paul's second post-Beatles LP. It was overshadowed at the time by the drama of the dissolution of The Beatles, as played out in the world's media. The album topped the charts hitting #1 in the UK and #2 in the US. While RAM polarized critics upon its release, music fans and critics alike since have overwhelmingly embraced it, with Rolling Stone, for example, revising their original review up to 4 stars. Recently RAM has enjoyed even further re-appraisal and acknowledgement including a number of tribute albums.


    RAM was written by Paul and Linda, mostly at their Scottish farm on the Mull of Kintyre. In the autumn of 1970 they flew to New York to start the recording process. Without a band in place they auditioned and drafted musicians, who included future Wings drummer Denny Seiwell and guitarists David Spinozza and Hugh McCracken. RAM gave Paul his first solo US #1 single with Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey and a Grammy win for 'Best Arrangement Accompanying Vocalists.'


    The band completed the album in early 1971 along with non-album tracks Another Day and Oh Woman, Oh Why which were released together as Paul's first post-Beatles single ahead of the release of RAM and became a Top 5 global hit. This remastered 180g 2LP, gatefold vinyl reissue includes both songs as bonus tracks along with additional material that didn't appear on the original release.

    LP1
    1. Too Many People
    2. 3 Legs
    3. Ram On
    4. Dear Boy
    5. Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey
    6. Smile Away
    7. Heart of the Country
    8. Monkberry Moon Delight
    9. Eat At Home
    10. Long Haired Lady
    11. Ram On (Reprise)
    12. The Back Seat of My Car


    LP2
    1. Another Day
    2. Oh Woman, Oh Why
    3. Little Woman Love
    4. A Love For You (John Kelly Mix)
    5. Hey Diddle (Dixon Van Winkle Mix)
    6. Great Cock and Seagull Race (Dixon Van Winkle Mix)
    7. Rode All Night
    8. Sunshine Sometime (Earliest Mix)

    Paul & Linda McCartney
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  • Greatest Hits Greatest Hits Quick View

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    Greatest Hits

    In the fall of 1976 The Marshall Tucker Band went to the UK and Europe for their only tour so far in those territories. The tour featured Bonnie Bramlett and Grinders Switch as support acts. The band was red hot in America and the time was right to spread the word to other countries. Founding member and lead singer Doug Gray remembers We didn't know what to expect but from the people at the hotel to the crew at the Hammersmith Odeon and finally the sold out crowd all made us feel so welcome we couldn't believe it. It was the same in Scotland with a different accent. When the label and band decided to release the new version of Greatest Hits on vinyl, they had the space to include these three live tracks, recorded in Glasgow, Scotland, and London, England, which have never before been released.
    1. Take The Highway
    2. Blue Ridge Mountian Sky
    3. In My Own Way
    4. Fire On The Mountain
    5. Heard It In A Love Song
    6. Ramblin'
    7. Searchin' For A Rainbow (Single Version)
    8. I Should Have Never Started Lovin' You
    9. 24 Hours At A Time
    10. Long Hard Ride (45 Version)
    11. Can't You See (45 Version)
    12. Too Stubborn
    13. This Ol' Cowboy (Single Version)
    14. Desert Skies
    The Marshall Tucker Band
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  • GTX Receptacle Wall Frames GTX Receptacle Wall Frames Quick View

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    GTX Receptacle Wall Frames

    Have a question about this product? Please email our audio advisor or call 1-877-929-8729 with any questions or concerns regarding your equipment purchase.


    Beautifully crafted special grade aluminum CNC processed chassis effectively shields against RFI (Radio Frequency Interference).


    Material thickness: chassis plate 13.0mm


    Finished with an extremely effective non-resonant coating.


    Includes Special Teflon damping foil and SUS Receptacle fixed screw 4 pcs (M3) and SUS Plate fixed screw 2 pcs (50mm overall length).


    Suitable for use with GTX-D or GTX-S receptacle and 104-D or 104-S carbon fiber finished cover.

    Furutech
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  • Marantz MM7025 Amplifier Marantz MM7025 Amplifier Quick View

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    Marantz MM7025 Amplifier


    Have a question about this product? Please email our audio advisor or call 1-877-929-8729 with any questions or concerns regarding your equipment purchase.


    First Impressions

    If you're impressed by elegantly restrained industrial design, the MM7025 is guaranteed to make a lasting - and very positive - impression. The subtly curved aluminum/glass resin front panel adds a sophisticated touch that complements any dÉcor. The central porthole display reflects iconic Marantz designs of the past while it brings you an "at a glace" view of the amplifier's operating status.


    Getting Connected

    Both single-ended RCA and balanced XLR inputs assure system compatibility regardless of your preamplifier or processor. For maximum flexibility, you can choose inputs independently for each channel.


    The MM7025's heavy duty, gold-plated, four-way binding posts accept virtually any choice of loudspeaker cable


    Your System, Your Way

    The MM7025 encourages various system configurations. Use one for dedicated two-channel listening, or use two to as zone amplifiers to power speakers in different rooms. Adding a new pair of loudspeakers to an existing home theater? - Get the most from your investment by adding an MM7025 as well. The exact configuration is up to you. Sound quality isn't - it's Marantz regardless of how you use this power amplifier.


    Marantz Sound Quality

    The MM7025's advanced technology serves all your listening needs. Current feedback circuits, also used in Marantz's Reference Series amps, insure the purest sonic reproduction regardless of source. Another MM7025 virtue, and one directly traceable to its substantial current capability, is the control it establishes over difficult speakers to reproduce both dynamic musical peaks and whispered dialog without blemish.


    The Power Supply

    As befits a Marantz amplifier, the high-capacity power supply begins with an oversized EI-core transformer feeding carefully chosen capacitors capable of storing 30,000 µF of energy. This combination instantaneously delivers peak power to all amplifier stages for distortion-free reproduction of the most complex sources.


    Output Devices

    In the final amplification stage, specially selected LAPT Hyper-Power output transistors, originally selected for Reference Series use, deliver fortissimo and pianissimo passages with equal aplomb. To make sure they're always operating at ideal temperatures, these transistors are mounted on a forced-air "thermal tunnel."


    Where Do I Put It?

    The MM7025 is less than 14" deep from front panel to rear speaker terminals. This lets you place the amplifier almost anywhere - in a cabinet or on a shelf. A detachable AC cord makes placement easy, even when there's little room and you can even rack mount it with the optional rack mount kit RMK8754MSP.


    Remote Control, Too

    You'll find rear panel connections for a "flasher" input that conveys On/Off commands from an infrared (IR) remote controller. There's a DC trigger input (and output) that lets you "daisy chain" one or several MM7025s to turn on and off in synchronization with your preamplifer or surround processor. If you're going to use the MM7025 with legacy Marantz products, there are RC-5 connectors to give you a level of operating convenience you might not have thought possible.


    Conclusion

    Refined looks. Flexible connectivity. Superb sound quality. Convenient operation. Yes, these Marantz attributes come together in the MM7025 Stereo Power Amplifier.


    It is, as are all Marantz products, devoted to one goal - satisfying your desire for an exceptional listening experience.


    Marantz
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  • Sing Elliott Smith Sing Elliott Smith Quick View

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    Sing Elliott Smith

    The title is about as self-explanatory as could be: 'Seth Avett & Jessica Lea
    Mayfield sing Elliott Smith.' 12 songs originally written by the acclaimed and wellloved
    Smith, performed by 2 artists, currently known for their contributions to the
    indie folk rock landscape. The recordings are, in many cases, defined by bare
    instrumentation, driven by a simple yet bold vocal delivery, the depth of feeling
    complimenting that of the subject matter. This album is an obvious labor of love;
    a comment based on the genuine reverence which Avett and Mayfield clearly
    hold for Smith. At times, the songs feel light as a feather, while in others, thematically
    leaden with heartache, they are given a deep breath, a different dimension,
    a new color. In modern fashion, melodies intensely whispered by Elliott Smith
    are sung in a harmonious way, akin to the folk aesthetic of Gillian Welch and
    David Rawlings
    1. Between the Bars
    2. Baby Britain
    3. Fond Farewell
    4. Somebody That I Used to Know
    5. Let's Get Lost
    6. Twilight
    7. Ballad of Big Nothing
    8. Angel in the Snow
    9. Pitseleh
    10. Angeles
    11. Roman Candle
    12. Memory Lane
    Seth Avett & Jessica Lea Mayfield
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  • Back At The Quonset Hut (On Sale) Back At The Quonset Hut (On Sale) On Sale Quick View

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    Back At The Quonset Hut (On Sale)

    Chuck Mead's album Back At The Quonset Hut was recorded at the legendary Quonset Hut (currently known as Bradley Film & Recording Studios) in Nashville, Tenn., with some of Nashville's most well-known, veteran session players Harold Bradley, Hargus Pig Robbins, Bob Moore and Buddy Spicher and special guests Jamey Johnson, Elizabeth Cook, Bobby Bare, and Old Crow Medicine Show. The album features Chuck's take on 12 classic country songs.


    I wanted to make the record the old way, with all the musicians playing together in one room so it's a musical performance instead of piecemeal recording, Mead explains. We decided it would be perfect to record my classic country record at the Hut-the quintessential Nashville studio-with Belmont students helping. I liked the idea because I could record the way I wanted, and at the same time, expose young engineers to a way of recording that maybe they're not used to. The main thing, though, was to make sure that the record didn't become a museum piece. A good song is eternal and I wanted to take the eternal spirit of the songs and show how they were still vital today.

    1. Wabash Cannonball (featuring Old Crow Medicine Show)
    2. Honky Tonk Hardwood Floor
    3. Hey Joe (featuring Bobby Bare)
    4. Settin' the Woods on Fire
    5. Apartment #9
    6. You Better Treat Your Man Right (featuring Jamey Johnson)
    7. Girl on the Billboard
    8. Cat Clothes
    9. Be Bop A Lula
    10. Tennessee Border
    11. Sittin' and Thinkin'
    12. Pickin' Wild Mountain Berries (featuring Elizabeth Cook)
    Chuck Mead
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  • Tarpits And Canyonlands Tarpits And Canyonlands Quick View

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    Tarpits And Canyonlands


    Package Includes Two 180 Gram, Colored 12-inch Vinyl Records


    Remastered From The Original Analog Tapes Direct To 24/96 At 45rpm,
    Producing The Highest Sound Quality Possible Bringing Out The
    Warmth And Intimacy Of Bombadil's Whimsical Arrangements And Studio
    Production Like Never Heard Before.


    Custom Triple Jacket Gatefold With String Closure Includes 14 Art Prints
    (12x9 In Size Printed On High-quality Matte Paper Suitable For Framing) By
    American Illustrator Robbi Behr Of Idiots'books For Each Of The Album's
    Songs.


    Just prior to the original 2009 CD release, Tarpits and Canyonlands was receiving
    absolute rave notices from press that concurred that this was the band's breakthrough
    album. It was only their second record, but they were already soaking in some very
    heady accolades.


    But then, everything fell apart. The band's Daniel Michalak, considered Bombadil's main
    driving force, was diagnosed with neural tension, an ailment that caused such debilitating
    pain and incapacitation, he couldn't play keyboards, bass, harmonica, guitar or ukulele.
    Consequently, Bombadil couldn't tour, an essential component in the promotion of the
    album. So, despite all of the tremendous early reviews, the buzz, and the forecasting of
    a great success, Tarpits and Canyonlands was essentially stillborn.


    OK, that's the strange and sad part of the story; now here's the triumphant part:
    After five years of visiting every kind of doctor imaginable and ingesting every form of
    medication, Michalak saw improvement.


    Fast-forward to 2012. Bombadil launched its first U.S. tour in five years with Michalak,
    who is on the road, playing shows and doing great.


    Now it's time for Tarpits and Canyonlands to be given a second chance at life. With
    an album that is "loaded with charm, playfulness and an unpredictable bent that keeps
    every song interesting," it deserves a wider audience. Bombadil is set to tour for the
    bulk of 2014, so they'll be able to give this magical album the support it initially deserved,
    and people will have the opportunity to hear what one writer called "a breakthrough and
    breakaway from a band whose ideas, enthusiasm, abilities and emotions have finally
    found their nexus."

    1. I Am
    2. Sad Birthday
    3. Honeymoon
    4. Reasons
    5. Cold Runway
    6. Oto The Bear
    7. Prologue
    8. So Many Ways To Die
    9. Marriage
    10. Laurita
    11. Kuala Lumpur
    12. Pyramid
    13. 25 Daniels
    14. Matthew
    15. Kate And Kelsey
    Bombadil
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  • Under Branch & Thorn & Tree Under Branch & Thorn & Tree Quick View

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    Under Branch & Thorn & Tree

    "I don't write protest songs in the traditional sense," Samantha Crain says, talking about the songs on her new album, Under Branch & Thorn & Tree. "But I'm always listening to the voices of people around me. These stories are told from the perspective of the underdog, the 99% of us that are working people. They might
    not be literal protest songs, but the lives of the people within these songs speak at the same volume if you listen." - Samantha Crain


    Crain's songs are full of expansive melodies that veer off in unpredictable directions, with lyrics that explore conflicting emotions with uncommon insight and compassion. She has a jazz singer's phrasing, often breaking words into rhythmic fragments that land before and after the beat, stretching syllables or adding grace
    notes to uncover hidden nuances in her lyrics.


    Under Branch & Thorn & Tree was recorded at Tiny Telephone Studios in San Francisco, with John Vanderslice (The Mountain Goats, Spoon), who also helmed last year's Kid Face."We recorded straight to two-inch tape on a Studer 24-track machine and mixed down to 1/2-inch tape on an Ampex machine. The
    pre-amps were tube and we never used a computer. Our effects were done manually through tape looping and manipulation.


    Most of the arrangements happened in the moment, as we recorded. My guitar and vocals are all first or second takes." These intimate vignettes are marked by Crain's careful attention to the tiny details that often escape us, supported by the subtle musical settings she crafted with Vanderslice and the backing
    musicians.

    1. Killer
    2. Kathleen
    3. Elk City
    4. Outside the Pale
    5. You Or Mystery
    6. When You Come Back
    7. Big Rock
    8. All In
    9. If I Had A Dollar
    10. Moving Day
    Samantha Crain
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    Fences

    New Album Produced By John Vanderslice (Spoon, The Mountain Goats, Samantha Crain)


    Mastered By Bernie Grundman (Michael Jackson's Thriller, Dr. Dre's The Chronic, Carole King's Tapestry)


    180-Gram Vinyl Pressed By Quality Record Pressing


    Vinyl Lacquers Were Cut Directly From Analog Tape


    Dear listener,


    Fences is something new for our band Bombadil. It is more than just an album; it is a new path, a reset after several challenging years. The path began in January 2015, when a longtime member of Bombadil unexpectedly left our band. Daniel Michalak and I sat down to discuss our next steps. It was a time for soul searching. A duo of a bassist and drummer did not feel like a band. Moving forward seemed daunting, but we both felt like there was more to say with the band. We wanted to make music. So we began simply by making some. Writing and recording the Still Bombadil EP was fun. A fast and dirty exploration of a creative idea, no room for fiddling, deadline looming. Our last album, Hold On, had not been like that. It had been an ordeal.


    Daniel suggested composing songs using guitar instrumentals our old bandmate Bryan Rahija had written, and of limiting ourselves to a small palette for the next album: guitar, piano, upright bass, harmony vocals. The goal was to make a folk record, something easy to understand, something beautiful. He shared a demo for "Binoculars" and I loved it. It was simple, elegant. We added it to the live set almost immediately. Daniel continued writing, focusing on guitar, harmony, and emotion. The songs inconveniently had no drums (what was I going to play?!). He instead wrote parts for me to sing and we began collaborating on composing tunes with a similar approach. "Fence" was written together at a friends house in Crozet, Virginia to kill time on tour. An old song of mine, "Long Life," was revived and extended. Percussion parts started to show up. Daniel's commitment to songwriting continued to inspire, a new demo was in my inbox almost weekly. Daniel enlisted the help of an old friend and data scientist, Nasir Bhanpuri, to analyze the success of our old catalog of songs and make suggestions to guide our writing and arranging. It was an experiment that pushed us to take the songs further than we might have in the past. In part, we were throwing ideas at the wall to see what would stick, but we were also searching for something new, actively trying to push ourselves to new creative heights.


    We kept the Bombadil ship moving by accepting all shows, searching for more opportunities to play. We found wonderful people to tour in our band. There were good shows. There were bad ones, too. I learned to be a lead singer on the fly and on stage (with the help of an encouraging septuagenarian opera singer). And we kept writing, practicing, and recording. In July 2015, Stacy Harden sent me an email inquiring if we needed a musician. In his audition, he played through songs like he had been in the band all along. He even knew the harmonies. He had grown up a fan of the band, singing along in the car. In October, Stacy and I drove our equipment across the country for a West Coast tour in a four-day sprint and listened to every song the Beatles recorded. His easy-going spirit was infectious, his presence made the band more fun and more inspiring. We had found our man. "What's So Great About You" was the first collaboration between this new trio, and we started to discover what a new version of our band sounded like.


    In January 2016, the three of us left North Carolina for Littleton, Massachusetts to spend several weeks at a friend's farmhouse. We recorded all day long, cooked together, spent our breaks around a roaring wood stove carefully tended to by Daniel. The resulting demo recordings gave us a roadmap to follow. Our label, Ramseur Records, suggested a producer, a departure after self-recording our last three records. John Vanderslice was given the demos and was enthusiastic about the material. He insisted that we listen closely to Paul Simon's first record. He told us the songs needed a sense of danger, that our demos felt like we were being too careful, and that the songs needed more percussion. John is opinionated, talented, and inspirational. And most of all, making the record with him over 12 days in September 2016 at Tiny Telephone in San Francisco was easy. And fun. And fast. We used only analog equipment, recording to tape through high-end vintage equipment. Bryan came to play his guitar parts (which by this point Stacy had learned for live performances of the material). The recordings were all first takes, new ideas were quickly embraced, mistakes were left alone as intention, very little artificial reverb was used but John's concrete echo chamber was used extensively. We hoped to catch lightning in a bottle and I think that we did.


    To me, Fences represents the journey of the last two years. It is the discovery of a group voice, the willingness to explore collaboration between old friends, and an openness to let new voices into the fold. It is something I am proud to have been a part of and am excited to share with the world. To me, it is an example of the power and positivity of collaboration, of a group of human beings working diligently on a shared vision. If nothing else, I can say that we tried as hard as we possibly could. I can't wait to do it again.


    Thank you for listening,


    James Phillips/Bombadil

    1. What's So Great About You
    2. Not Those Kind of People
    3. Binoculars
    4. Math and Love
    5. Perfect
    6. Fence
    7. Good News Sadie
    8. I Could Make You So Happy
    9. Long Life
    10. Is This Danger
    11. No Snow in the Valley
    Bombadil
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  • The Marshall Tucker Band (Pre-Order) The Marshall Tucker Band (Pre-Order) Quick View

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    The Marshall Tucker Band (Pre-Order)

    The Marshall Tucker Band is the self-titled debut album by The Marshall Tucker Band, a country rock-oriented Southern rock band. It was recorded in 1973 in Macon, Georgia, at Capricorn Studios.
    1. Take The Highway
    2. Can't You See
    3. Losing You
    4. Hillbilly Band
    5. See You Later, I'm Gone
    6. Ramblin
    7. My Jesus Told Me So
    8. AB's Song
    The Marshall Tucker Band
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  • Crosley Wood Vinyl Record Frame (On Sale) Crosley Wood Vinyl Record Frame (On Sale) On Sale Quick View

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    Crosley Wood Vinyl Record Frame (On Sale)

    Have a question about this product? Please email our audio advisor or call 1-877-929-8729 with any questions or concerns regarding your equipment purchase.


    Treat your albums like the pieces of art they are with this handsome wooden frame. The perfect 12.5" square is made exclusively with record sleeves in mind, turning your record collection into a gallery in the home or office. Furniture grade wood and easy mounting hardware make transforming your space simple and as beautiful as the music it represents.

    Crosley
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  • Josh At Midnight (On Sale) Josh At Midnight (On Sale) On Sale Quick View

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    Josh At Midnight (On Sale)

    60th Anniversary Deluxe 180 Gram Reissue of Josh White's Seminal LP, Josh At Midnight. Remastered by original producer Jac Holzman, legendary engineer Bruce Botnick and fabled mastering engineer Bernie Grundman.
    1. St. James Infirmary
    2. Raise A Rukus
    3. Scandalize My Name

    4. Jesus Gonna Make Up My Dyin' Bed

    5. Timber

    6. Jelly, Jelly

    7. One Meat Ball

    8. Joshua Fit The Battle Of Jericho

    9. Don't Lie Buddy

    10. Number Twelve Train

    11. Peter

    12. Takin' Names
    Josh White
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  • IV IV Quick View

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    IV

    LETTER CONCERNING THE RECORD 'IV' AND A POST SCRIPT TO FANS


    A lot can happen in twelve years. It is beyond probable (if not brutally unavoidable) that such a period of time could render a man nearly unrecognizable to his older self. I would not categorize the young man who made three records under the pen name 'Darling' (incidentally, me) as unrecognizable, but I can say perhaps that we are vaguely disassociated. Those 3 albums, written between 1999 and 2005 and recorded anywhere except a recording studio (the bulk being tracked in my bedroom and parents' garage) follow the exceedingly lonesome course of a kid barely out of high school through a shaky introduction to manhood. They were recorded alone (with cheap microphones) composed alone (with expensive sentimentality), defined by loving befuddlement, and darkened by an all-consuming breakup. I look at them now with an appreciation for where I was, with no small measure of gratitude that I am no longer there. What has not changed however, is that there are still songs that come along which make sense in my mind as fitting only on a 'Darling' record. Truthfully, in the decade-plus that has passed since I last released a solo piece, there have been many songs of this nature. Consequently I have written, designed, edited, and put this record out many times in my mind. Inevitably, however, life would change and the conceptual direction would change with it. It is changing now as I write this. But after twelve birthdays, twelve New Year's Eve's, and twelve winters, I have a portrait I am compelled to commit to the canon of self-portraits.


    I am no longer the kid with all that worry, that blaring hurt and rum-fueled uncertainty. I am somewhere else now. But I still sit in my bedroom, quietly following songs where they take me, using them to process what is happening in my life. I have often declared to myself, that I would not leave the 'Darling' moniker forever tied to what I now regard as a time of young (albeit sincere) melancholy. And while this fourth installment is by no means an offering of pure and bright optimism, it is a statement less heavy with heartache, and hopefully a bit more even-keeled in its manner - whatever the emotional narrative. More importantly, it is a honest glimpse into my story alone and a faithful rendition of what I believe to be a notable chapter.


    For those interested in the Darling project:


    To say that activity of one form or another relating to my solo work is infrequent would be a bit of an understatement. In truth, as time goes, I am thankfully occupied primarily by the joys of my family and the pleasure of making music with my brother and some of my dearest friends. When, however, there are endeavors of the Darling variety on the horizon, I would be honored to let anyone interested know about it. If you count yourself among this set, please feel free to share your email address below. I can say, as someone who religiously declines giving my email out when a cashier asks for it, and as someone who somehow spends more time unsubscribing from email lists than answering emails, I will ONLY pass the word along when there is a word to pass meaning something significant like an upcoming album or confirmed performance(s). Once again, I realize that giving any part of your contact information out is a significant action, and I believe it should be seen as such. In other words, I won't be arranging for emails to go out about anything but relevant 'Darling' news. As always, thank you for your time and care.


    Sincerely,


    Timothy Seth Avett

    1. Disappointing You
    2. Should We Move
    3. Samuel And The Baler
    4. Songbird
    5. Weakness And A Strength
    6. Faith Undefined
    7. Your World
    8. Are You Thinking Of Me
    9. In These Boots
    10. My True Story/A Life To Live
    11. Waiting For Something To Die
    Timothy Seth Avett As Darling
    $19.99
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  • For His Children and Ours For His Children and Ours Quick View

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    For His Children and Ours

    SETH AVETT ON THE ALBUM 'FOR HIS CHILDREN AND OURS'


    Our dad often tells fans of The Avett Brothers that he is equally proud of our willingness to bale hay or feed the cows with him as he is of our career in music. It is a genuine affirmation, spoken often and with the storytelling flair of a learned yet grounded North Carolinian man of 70 (think Andy Griffith had he spent 35 years welding on Interstate bridges in the southern sun). He is proud of all three of us - the third being our sister, Bonnie. A woman possessing a creative mind, a lovely voice, and a kind heart, she has enthusiastically dedicated much of her life to the study and education of dance (while raising three children of her own). As a proud parent does, dad speaks about us often and with anyone who will listen (strangers possibly preferred). Years ago, this was a source of great exasperation for me. I could not understand or appreciate our dad's motivation or his seemingly infinite willingness to initiate conversations about us, to build us up, to champion us. This was, of course, before I had a son of my own. Now I, the last of my siblings to join the joyful and bleary-eyed ranks of parenthood, gratefully see why this has been (and continues to be) the case. Having a child is a little like falling in love, in its specialness and in its universal ability to shift the meaning of life. I now understand, as my brother, sister, and parents have for years, that when that interior levee breaks and the reservoir of untapped love fills your heart, you are introduced immediately and absolutely to your new favorite subject of conversation.


    Jim Avett is a natural-born storyteller. You shouldn't expect to have a seat at the dining room table with the man and have a conversation relegated to small talk and light commenting on current events. It's more probable (by a long shot) that between loading forkfuls of green beans, you'll seamlessly find yourself learning about a World War II submarine battle and the subsequent shark attack. Or a Victorian-era train conductor. Or the little-known backstory about the real life of the DiCaprio-played character in The Revenant. Our dad reads a lot, and his knowledge paired with a great wealth of life experience makes him a person that people like to listen to. The man can be hilarious, but there is a certain pace, depth, and gravity present in his manner of imparting information that is rare. This quality has increasingly shone through in his singing over the last decade. Texturally and spiritually, it fits like a glove over the weathered and beautiful hand of the traditional hymn.


    Gospel music is more than a genre with a unifying theme. In our case, it is a vehicle for spending time together. And the longer we are on this earth, the more we realize how important it is to carve out some of that precious time for each other. Our parents make these efforts often, with obvious love and devoted interest in what is happening in our lives. Truth be told, dad probably cared just as much about getting all of us together as he did about the album we were making. The recordings were certainly made with a lot of care, as we all genuinely love the old gospel songs, but I'm willing to bet my father would've recorded any kind of album if it meant a few sunny afternoons with all three of his children. This is a sentiment that we all can thankfully grasp now with great personal clarity.


    Jim Avett was raised by a soft-spoken Methodist minister and a dedicated mother with (very) above average skills when seated at the piano. Between their living influence, our parents love and care, and a glowing sense of community provided by our small town church, this record was an inevitability.


    For my siblings and me, the prospect of recording an album together gave us an opportunity to add something to the family photo album a document so our children and their own will always have another little connection to their kin (a link in the chain, as Dad says). On this occasion, it is the sound we made with our father when we sang together in the living room.


    This piece you are reading now was written for the purpose of announcing an album. I'm writing it so folks will know the album exists and so they may hear it and hopefully enjoy it. Maybe it sells a few copies. Maybe it doesn't. But something else is possible here; perhaps this could be a reminder to you, whoever you are and however you came to lay your eyes on these words, that you have an opportunity. Have you set up your camera and filmed a conversation with your mother, your father, your kids, your great-aunt? Could you, this week, ask an elder of your own blood what it was like for them growing up? What's their favorite Christmas memory? What was their town like? How did they first fall in love? Imagine what it will be like for family members to see a hundred years from now... or two hundred! You have in your hands the ability to gift a priceless treasure to loved ones you will never meet but love just the same. These kinds of efforts are made so the little ones, a long time from now, will have an easier path to familial strength, and a bridge to knowing who and where they are from. Maybe you could sing some songs together...


    We are all part of a family. What could you give to yours?


    - Seth Avett, Spring 2017

    1. Beulah Land
    2. Where The Roses Never Fade
    3. He Said, If You Love Me, Feed My Sheep
    4. I Saw The Light
    5. I'm Gonna Have A Little Talk
    6. Hear Am I, Lord, Send Me
    7. Peace In The Valley
    8. Jesus Lifted Me
    9. Jim's Gospel Song
    10. Just A Closer Walk With Thee
    11. Angel Band
    12. Precious Lord
    Jim Avett & His Family
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    The Best Of The Stylistics

    Vinyl version of the Stylistics first Best of album. Classic, love drenched soul featuring You Are Everything, Break Up to Make Up and Betcha By Golly Wow! A million seller for good reason.
    You Make Me Feel Brand New
    Betcha By Golly Wow
    Rockin' Roll Baby
    Break Up To Make Up
    You're A Big Girl Now
    I'm Stone In Love With You
    Heavy Fallin' Out
    Let's Put It All Together
    You Are Everything
    People Make The World Go Round
    Rockin' Roll Baby
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  • Marantz TT42 Turntable Marantz TT42 Turntable Quick View

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    Marantz TT42 Turntable


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    Fully Automatic Belt Drive Turntable


    Combining classic turntable design with modern audio technologies, the Marantz TT42 Turntable plays back your vinyl collection with stunning audio quality. This turntable features a fully automatic mechanism that plays records with a touch of a button. A low-coloration tone arm, DC servo motor, and belt drive ensure pristine, interference-free playback.


    Enjoy your vinyl collection with stunning audio quality thanks to modern audio technologies. Low-coloration tone arm, DC servo motor, and belt drive ensure pristine, interference-free playback.


    Vinyl Record Playing with Modern Convenience


    Have you noticed the resurgence of vinyl record sales in recent years? Fueled by the fact that many treasured albums have not been issued in digital format, and with newer artists continuing to release music on vinyl, turntables are popping up in living rooms all over the world.


    The Marantz TT42 Turntable combines old school record playing with convenient, high-performance features. The turntable is fully automatic: with a push of the play button, the tone arm precisely lifts itself onto the record groove, saving you the trouble of having to manually position the stylus. Once playback has concluded, the tone arm safely returns to its resting position without scuffing your record.


    A Quality Mechanism for High-Fidelity Playback


    The TT42 turntable is outfitted with a low-coloration tone arm that resists resonance for a clear, balanced sound. A high quality, moving magnet cartridge is preset at the factory for proper tracking and smooth response. In addition, the turntable's DC servo belt drive keeps the motor running at a constant speed for optimum performance. The TT42 is designed to produce a stunning, nuanced, and distortion-free audio performance.


    A version of the TT42 with a phono preamp, the TT42P, which features built-in phono input circuitry, is also available to accommodate multi-channel receivers that lack a proper phono input.


    The Marantz TT42 Turntable comes complete with a clear plastic dust cover and is backed by a three-year limited warranty, subject to the full warranty terms and conditions.


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  • Marantz MM8077 Amplifier Marantz MM8077 Amplifier Quick View

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    Marantz MM8077 Amplifier


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    Designed for the ultimate music and movie surround sound experience, the Marantz MM8077 7-channel power amplifier delivers power and detail, and is rated at 150 watts per channel into 8 ohms, and 180 watts per channel into 6 ohms.


    The power supply features a high current toroidal power transformer along with high power (71WVDC) filter capacitors with a total 100,000µF capacitance to easily handle sharp short-term transient peaks.



    Featuring our unique current feedback discrete power amp output stages that are identical for all channels, the MM8077 is equipped with multiple high current discrete power transistors that feature high slew rate and wide operating bandwidth to extract the most detail from today's high resolution audio formats.


    The output devices are mounted on our unique dual extruded aluminum alloy heat sink assembly, configured in a tunnel arrangement that provides both passive and active cooling. The massive heat sinks feature multiple ribbed fins that provide a large passive cooling area, and the assembly is book-ended with a whisper quiet fan that automatically kicks in to provide near silent active cooling when the soundtrack heats up. As the fan is mounted internally directly to the heat sinks, and not externally to the chassis cover as is often the case, even when it's running, it's designed to be whisper quiet.



    For maximum connectivity, the MM8077 features both unbalanced (RCA) and balanced (XLR) inputs, and each amp channel can be configured to use your choice of input connector. The loudspeaker terminals feature audiophile-grade construction, and are gold-plated for maximum signal transfer, and they can easily handle a wide range of audiophile speaker cable connectors.



    The MM8077 features a DC trigger input for external power on/off control, and there's also dual RC-5 remote control in/out jacks for connection to a compatible Marantz A/V pre-amp/processor.


    The copper-plated chassis provides isolation from extraneous noise, and features a multi-layer reinforced bottom panel assembly for maximum rigidity along with triple-layer top cover. Elegantly finished in anodized black satin, the MM8077 features the classic Marantz ringed porthole display with a blue illumination accent that includes a display on/off function.


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    Marantz MM7055 Amplifier


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    Power For Your System

    The MM7055 power amplifier produces 140 watts of high current output from each of its five channels. This is "real world" power, too, measured across the full audio bandwidth (20 Hz - 20 kHz) at 8 ohms with 0.08% Total Harmonic Distortion. Among other attributes, this means the MM7055 is capable of long-term power delivery into low impedance speakers.


    The Many Faces of Excellence

    In practical terms, the MM7055 is ideal for a "5.1" home theater system, whether based on a moderately powered receiver or a surround sound processor. You can use it to power speakers in different areas of your home; stereo reproduction in two rooms plus a mono channel for secondary areas such as a den or kitchen. For more complex home theater systems, the MM7055 pairs with one or several MM7025s to help create a totally immersive "7.1" or "9.1" audio experience.


    Inside The MM7055

    A massive power supply includes a multiple-secondary EI-core transformer and over 65,000 µF of custom-designed energy storage capacity. Critical circuit components from many world-class suppliers were chosen only after extensive listening tests. Among these, the LAPT Hyper Power output devices were first used in Reference Series components. Current feedback topology insures astounding accuracy and control under high-drive conditions.


    A Temperature-Controlled Environment

    Physically, the MM7055's output stages mount on an extruded aluminum "thermal tunnel" for efficient heat dissipation. With temperature-sensing forced air cooling, this configuration assures cool operating temperatures for long-term reliability, even when making full use of the amplifier's substantial output capabilities.


    Flexible Connections

    Balanced inputs and single-ended RCA inputs are both supported, and you can choose either type of input for each channel, individually, for easy and flexible connectivity. Audiophile grade, gold-plated four-way binding post speaker terminals insure tight connections to your choice of speaker wire.


    Custom Touches

    The MM7055 includes input and output jacks for DC "trigger" pulses as well as RC-5 jacks for total remote control convenience, even with legacy Marantz products.


    The chassis itself is heavy gauge steel for maximum isolation from external vibration as well as electromagnetic and radio frequency interference. And chassis depth is less than 14½" so the MM7055 will fit quite nicely on a shelf, in a cabinet, or in a conventional system rack with the optional rack mount kit RMK8003MM.


    Power. Functionality. Dependability. And classic looks. The MM7055 is, simply speaking, a Marantz.


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  • Adieu To Old England Adieu To Old England Quick View

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    Adieu To Old England

    Shirley Collin's 1974 album Adieu To Old England finds the influential British folksinger interpreting a 15-song set of traditional English folk songs arranged by her sister Dolly Collins. Akin to its title, Collins offers up a literal history lesson here admirably paying homage to her heritage on such classic numbers as Coronation Jig, Portsmouth and The Ram of Derbish Town, among others. Re-released on 180g vinyl by 6 Spices Records.
    1. Mistress's Health/Lumps Of Plum Pudding
    2. Down By The Seaside
    3. Chiner's Song
    4. Adieu To Old England
    5. Ashen Faggot Wassail
    6. I Sing Of A Maiden That Is Makeless
    7. The Banks Of Sweet Mossom
    8. The Ram Of Derbish Town
    9. Portsmouth
    10. Horkstow Grange
    11. Come All You Little Streamers
    12. Spaniard's Cry: Sherborne Jig
    13. One Night As I Lay On My Bed
    14. The Death Of Nelson
    15. Coronation Jig
    Shirley Collins
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  • Marantz PM8005 Integrated Amplifier Marantz PM8005 Integrated Amplifier Quick View

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    Marantz PM8005 Integrated Amplifier


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    Integrated Amplifier With Power Amp Direct Input


    Combining fully discrete current feedback circuitry and our exclusive HDAM technology, the Marantz PM8005 integrated stereo amplifier delivers audiophile grade sound quality along with system operational flexibility. Rated at 70 watts per channel into 8 ohms, the PM8005 features a robust power supply along with high current capability to deliver 100 watts per channel into 4 ohms, for compatibility and operational stability with the widest range of loudspeakers.


    The versatile pre-amp section features 6 line level inputs including a phono (MM) input, and the PM8005 also includes pre-amp outputs along with a power amp direct input, which lets you use the unit as a standalone power amplifier for integration into a multi-channel home theater system. For precise sound tailoring, the PM8005 features our triple tone control system, with separate controls for the bass, midrange and treble segments. The elegant remote control features an ergonomic layout for easy operation, and includes the ability to control our companion SA8005 disc player and one of our network players.


    Marantz HDAM Technology


    The PM8005 features our exclusive HDAM (Hyper Dynamic Amplifier Module) technology, which consists of precision discrete selected circuit elements on a compact sub-board, instead of conventional op-amp integrated circuits. Multiple HDAM units are employed, including HDAM-SA3 and HDAM-SA2 versions that provide gain and buffering functions, to deliver dynamic and detailed sound quality. The PM8005 features current feedback technology for ultra low distortion and wideband response, along with superb musicality.


    High Current Power Supply


    The robust power supply features a high current toroidal main power transformer that is rated at 625VA, to easily provide extra power to the amplifier stage in order to handle demanding short term peaks. High current Shottky barrier diodes in the rectification stage are rated at 20 amps, with the ability to handle up to 180 amps peak current, providing sufficient power reserve to handle virtually any loudspeaker load.


    Fully Discrete High Current Output Stages


    The PM8005 is equipped with multiple high speed, high current power output devices that are each rated at 14 amps of current output capability, providing a very high amount of dynamic headroom, along with compatibility with lower impedance loudspeakers. For optimum heat dissipation, the PM8005 is equipped with solid aluminum power amplifier heat sinks, with a combined total radiating area of 326 square inches, eliminating the need for fans. The PM8005 is conservatively rated at 70 watts per channel into 8 ohms, and 100 watts per channel into 4 ohms, for compatibility with the widest range of loudspeakers.


    Solid Chassis Construction


    For the utmost stability and protection from induced vibrations, the PM8005 features a rugged chassis design, which includes a triple layer bottom plate. To eliminate distortion from stray magnetic fields, the high current toroidal main power transformer features double shielding.


    Versatile Pre-Amplifier Functions


    There are 6 line level inputs, to handle a wide range of sources, including a dedicated phono input (MM) that features discrete topology to deliver the utmost fidelity from your favorite vinyl recordings, and all inputs and outputs are gold-plated for optimum signal transfer. The Source Direct function bypasses unnecessary circuit blocks for the straightest path from input to the speaker terminals. Pre-amp outputs let you connect a separate stereo power amplifier for a bi-amp loudspeaker system, or for playback in a separate room. The power amp direct input lets you connect the PM8005 to another component, such as a surround sound processor, for integration within a multi-channel home theater system.


    For precision tonal balancing, we've equipped the PM8005 with our Tri-Tone control system, with separate tone controls for the bass, midrange and treble bands, which lets you fine tune the spectral balance to your preference, and is especially useful with older recordings that suffer from tonal imbalance.


    Audiophile Grade Loudspeaker Terminals


    Equipped with premium audiophile grade loudspeaker terminals that are designed to accept a wide range of speaker cable termination types, the PM8005 also features A/B speaker switching for increased system configuration flexibility.


    System Remote Control


    The elegant, ergonomically designed remote control is equipped with additional functionality, which lets you control a companion Marantz disc player (such as our SA8005) and a Marantz network audio player. Remote control input and output jacks let you directly connect the PM8005 to other Marantz components for easy system control.


    The Marantz PM8005 integrated amplifier is backed by a limited three-year warranty.


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    $1,199.00
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  • Marantz TT42P Turntable (Built In Phono Preamp) Marantz TT42P Turntable (Built In Phono Preamp) Quick View

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    Marantz TT42P Turntable (Built In Phono Preamp)


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    Fully Automatic Belt Drive Turntable With On-Board Phono EQ


    You want to jump into the vinyl records craze, but many of today's AV receivers and integrated amplifiers lack a proper phono input. That's why Marantz offers the TT42P, a special version of the TT42 with a built-in phono preamp. The TT42P does not require a dedicated phono input; simply plug it into any line level audio input (the same type of input you would use for a compact disc player). The turntable comes ready-to-play with a pre-installed cartridge, so you'll be spinning records moments after unboxing. A low-coloration tone arm, DC servo motor, and belt drive ensure pristine, interference-free playback.


    Enjoy your vinyl collection with stunning audio quality thanks to modern audio technologies. Low-coloration tone arm, DC servo motor, and belt drive ensure pristine, interference-free playback.


    Vinyl Record Playing with Modern Convenience


    Have you noticed the resurgence of vinyl record sales in recent years? Fueled by the fact that many treasured albums have not been issued in digital format, and with newer artists continuing to release music on vinyl, turntables are popping up in living rooms all over the world.


    The Marantz TT42P Turntable combines old school record playing with convenient, high-performance features. The turntable is fully automatic: with a push of the play button, the tone arm precisely lifts itself onto the record groove, saving you the trouble of having to manually position the stylus. Once playback has concluded, the tone arm safely returns to its resting position without scuffing your record.


    Built-In Phono Preamp for Easy Connectivity


    Because many audio receivers do not feature a dedicated phono input, the TT42P comes with a built-in phono input circuitry. This allows you to plug the TT42P into any line level audio input (the same type of input you would use for a compact disc player) for easy, plug-and-play enjoyment of your vinyl collection.


    A Quality Mechanism for High-Fidelity Playback


    The TT42P turntable is outfitted with a low-coloration tone arm that resists resonance for a clear, balanced sound. A high quality, moving magnet cartridge is preset at the factory for proper tracking and smooth response. In addition, the turntable's DC servo belt drive keeps the motor running at a constant speed for optimum performance. The TT42P is designed to produce a stunning, nuanced, and distortion-free audio performance.


    A version of the TT42P without a phono preamp, the TT42, is also available and works with multi-channel receivers that feature a dedicated phono input.


    The Marantz TT42P Turntable comes complete with a clear plastic dust cover and is backed by a three-year limited warranty, subject to the full warranty terms and conditions.


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    $359.00
    Marantz TT42P Turntable - Built In Phono Preamp Buy Now
  • Marantz PM7005 Integrated Amplifier (With USB-DAC) Marantz PM7005 Integrated Amplifier (With USB-DAC) Quick View

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    Marantz PM7005 Integrated Amplifier (With USB-DAC)


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    Integrated Amplifier With USB-DAC


    The PM7005 is a fully discrete, current feedback integrated amplifier with USB-DAC functionality. It is simply perfect for audiophiles wanting both excellent music quality and a maximum of flexible operation, which is provided by the highly versatile DAC-mode.


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  • Marantz PM5005 Integrated Amplifier Marantz PM5005 Integrated Amplifier Quick View

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    Marantz PM5005 Integrated Amplifier


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    New to the Marantz collection, this excellent entry-level integrated amplifier breaks all the rules. That's because it's the first in its class to offer current feedback architecture - a feature that normally is reserved for the more expensive models. This technology provides very fast and accurate signal handling, which results in perfectly balanced stereo sound reproduction as well as a very open and precise sound stage. It's also been recently enhanced with performance-optimising discrete audio circuitry and fine-tuning components. In addition, this year's model looks a little more stylish than last year's, thanks to new elegant knob design. On top of that, it comes with a new remote and a new low-power stand-by and auto stand-by mode.


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    $499.00
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    Doomed To Destroy, Destined To Die

    Ramming Speed have signed to Prosthetic Records, and, surprisingly enough, crafted the follow-up to 2008s Brainwreck full-length.


    Titled Doomed To Destroy, Destined To Die and tracked by Converge studio wizard Kurt Ballou, Ramming Speed's second will catapult them from cult, from-the-corner thrash act to recognized purveyors of NWOBHM/grind hybrid. If you haven't heard the Beantown beatnuts, picture DRI covering Napalm Death (early) or Repulsion doing Iron Maiden (early) interpretive runs. Or, just be floored by it and screw our feeble attempts to connect speculative dots.

    1. Doomed To Destroy, Destined To Die
    2. Anticipating Failure
    3. Grinding Dissent
    4. Gorgon's Eye
    5. Cretins And Cowards
    6. Anthems Of Despair (Summer Jam)
    7. Ashes
    8. Minisitry Of Truth
    9. The Rhetoric Of Hate And Other Examples Of Wildly Unchecked Ignorance
    10. Extinction Event
    11. Under The Monolith
    12. Hollow Giants
    13. Dead Flags
    Ramming Speed
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