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    Reanimation

    Reanimation is the first remix album by American rock band Linkin Park as a follow-up to their first studio album, Hybrid Theory, and released on July 30, 2002. Recorded during the Hybrid Theory tour in 2001, it features remixes of songs from Hybrid Theory, including the album's bonus tracks. The remix album was produced by Mike Shinoda and mixed by Mark Spike Stent.
    LP 1
    1. Mike Shinoda - Opening

    2. Jay Gordon - Pts.Of.Athrty

    3. Kutmasta Kurt - Enth E Nd

    4. Linkin Park - Chali

    5. Alchemist - Frgt/10

    6. Mike Shinoda - P5hng Me A*wy

    7. AMP Live - Plc.4 Mie Hæd

    8. Black Thought - X-Ecutioner Style

    9. Evidence - H! Vltg3

    10. Linkin Park - Riff Raff
    11. Chairman Hahn - Wth>You


    LP 2
    1. Mike Shinoda - Ntr\Mssion

    2. Cheapshot - Jubacca Ppr:Kut
    3. Backyard Bangers - Rnw@y

    4. Mickey P. - My 5. Linkin Park - Stef

    6. Josh Abraham, Mike Shinoda - By_Myslf

    7. Chairman Hahn - Kyur4 Th Ich

    8. The Humble Brothers - 1stp Klosr

    9. Mike Shinoda - Krwlng

    Linkin Park
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    Meteora (Awaiting Repress)

    Linkin Park's second studio effort (not counting the 2002 remix album Reanimation) overflows with glossy production values and Big Rock oomph, fully embracing the pop instincts of their Hybrid Theory debut. For many, Theory sounded inexcusably corporate, from its too-timely rap-rock sound to the long list of product endorsements included in the liner notes. Meteora will only amplify those complaints, but this album is actually truer to the band's nature. It's still impossible not to hear strains of Limp Bizkit, Korn, Rage Against the Machine, and the like. None of those acts, howeve, would try something as blatantly anthemic as Easier to Run, which would sound fine to a Def Leppard fan, or as borderline danceable as Breaking the Habit and Session. Linkin Park is what Trent Reznor was always afraid of becoming, but if you ever wished he would drop the pretenses and just make a hair-metal record, you'll find Meteora to your liking. - Matthew Cooke
    LP 1
    1. Foreword
    2. Don't Stay
    3. Somewhere I Belong
    4. Lying From You
    5. Hit The Floor
    6. Easier To Run
    7. Faint


    LP 2
    1. Figure.09
    2. Breaking The Habit
    3. From The Inside
    4. Nobody's Listening
    5. Session
    6. Numb

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  • Reanimation (Awaiting Repress) Reanimation (Awaiting Repress) Quick View

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    Reanimation (Awaiting Repress)

    One word: Epic. That's the most succinct way to describe the stunning instrumental debut by cinematic post-rock powerhouse LIGHTS & MOTION. The band's braintrust, 24 year old self-taught multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, producer, engineer, mixer and all around musical savant Christoffer Franzen, created and composed every song in real-time during late night insomnia sessions through pure accident, improvisation and inspiration. And the result? More than you could have ever hoped for. Reanimation is pure, sweeping, musically-animated emotion: modern yet classic, bold yet restrained, grandiose yet humble, storming yet tranquil, swerving yet linear...and you are completely surrounded in the sincerity, the ecstasy, the illumination of it all. Every song is so deeply intimate yet so massively majestic, culminating in a timeless album that is seemingly created from the same stuff dreams are made of. Reanimation will be acknowledged as one of the most important post-rock albums ever to be made...and if this was the last album we ever released on Deep Elm Records, I would consider our 18 year mission an overwhelming success says label founder John Szuch.


    Melodies and harmonies, movies and images, loneliness and melancholy are my influences says Franzen. There is just this urge, this need to create and it takes on different shapes. Sometimes it's rough and loud and sometimes it's very quiet. I consider myself to be more and more of a painter of sound. It always starts out with something easy and timid, like a simple brush stroke. Depending on the mood, I change the color and intensity of my next stroke and suddenly the whole impression of what that piece was drastically changes. I compose with layers and depth, and it's often the slightest thing that makes the whole song turn into a new direction, often one I didn't see coming myself. That is part of the journey, at least for the way I write music. I never know what I wiIl end up with, and it's often very different from what I started out with. Sometimes I tell people that this album consists of my dreams...only I wasn't sleeping with they came to me, I just did my best to get them down on tape.


    Franzen continues, At the beginning, I really had nothing except for a vision of something vast, heartbreaking and beautiful at the same time. I didn't think in terms of music, but in terms of other things that inspired me, things that painted a picture in my head that I could see so clearly. This was in the Fall of 2011. Without any education in sound engineering or music production, I spent countless nights learning how to get the sounds that I could hear in my head to come out through the speakers. I did this by trial and error, reading endless forums about music production, watching tutorials and experimenting. By doing this I learned the capabilities and limitations of the studio and the gear that I could use, as well as my own as a producer. In order to achieve the sound that I had in mind, I had to pick up all these different instruments and learn how to play them. If somebody had told me one year ago that I would record an entire album by myself, I wouldn't have believed them. I am very proud of it and I can't believe it's done. This album was about gathering the courage to launch an endeavor that was purely my own. It was a reawakening, a rebirth, a resurrection of sorts, and a passageway into a dreamlike world that I created myself...a world to get lost in...a world that gives us hope.


    An album for which my immediate feeling is astonishment. I am in awe. Thank you Christoffer. - Troublezine


    Amazingly beautiful, intimate, relaxed melodies and soundscapes. Very impressive...a success. - 520 Music


    Cinematic soundtrack-mash-ups that bring a fresh breeze into a otherwise linear and narrow genre. - Melodic

    1. Requiem
    2. Home
    3. Aerials
    4. Drift
    5. The March
    6. Victory Rose
    7. Epilogue
    8 . Fractured
    9. Texas
    10. Faded Fluorescence
    11. Departure
    12. Reanimation
    13. Dream Away
    Lights And Motion
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    Road To Revolution: Live At Milton Keynes

    Includes Bonus Live DVD Of The Concert


    Road to Revolution: Live at Milton Keynes was recorded during the band's annual Projekt Revolution festival tour at the Milton Keynes National Bowl on June 29, 2008. The concert featured material from the band's first three albums, as well as songs from their EP, Collision Course with Jay-Z, and elements from Reanimation and Fort Minor's The Rising Tied.

    1. One Step Closer
    2. From The Inside
    3. No More Sorrow
    4. Given Up
    5. Lying From You
    6. Hands Held High
    7. Leave Out All The Rest
    8. Numb
    9. The Little Things Give You Away
    10. Breaking The Habit
    11. Shadow Of The Day
    12. Crawling
    13. In The End
    14. Pushing Me Away
    15. What I've Done
    16. Numb/Encore
    17. Jigga What/Faint
    18. Bleed It Out


    DVD
    1. One Step Closer
    2. From The Inside
    3. No More Sorrow
    4. Wake
    5. Given Up
    6. Lying From You
    7. Hands Held High
    8. Leave Out All The Rest
    9. Numb
    10. The Little Things Give You Away
    11. Breaking The Habit
    12. Shadow Of The Day
    13. Crawling
    14. In The End
    15. Pushing Me Away
    16. What I've Done
    17. Numb/Encore
    18. Jigga What
    19. Bleed It Out

    Linkin Park
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  • Mu.zz.le (On Sale) Mu.zz.le (On Sale) On Sale Quick View

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    Mu.zz.le (On Sale)

    Mu.zz.le is huge on messages be they political, social and/or spiritual. The mini-album's down tempo strings, heartbreaking soul, reanimated hip-hop and crackling haunting vocal stylings are stitched as a running thread throughout each song like a patchwork quilt. Its a lonely journey that will take you through the innermost thoughts of Gonjasufis darkest hours. He recorded and mixed it on his own in his home studio. The end product is his outlet and realization for who he truly is, a way for him to feel comfortable in his own skin again.
    1. White Picket Fence
    2. Feedin Birds
    3. Nikels and Dimes
    4. Rubberband
    5. Venom
    6. Timeout
    7. Skin
    8. The Blame
    9. Blaksuit
    10. Sniffin
    Gonjasufi
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    Copper Gone

    After a 4-year hiatus, the indie rap icon has returned with the June 2014 release of Copper Gone on Strange Famous Records. It features beat production from long-time music affiliates Buck 65, Alias, Cecil Otter, Reanimator, and more.
    1. Pressure Cooker
    2. Grace
    3. ID Thieves
    4. Cheat Code
    5. Dead Man's Float
    6. Over Under
    7. Make Em Purr
    8. Vonnegut Busy
    9. Thank You
    10. The Set Up
    11. The Place She Feared Most
    12. Once Upon A Blood Moon
    13. Say Uncle
    14. MAINT REQD
    Sage Francis
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    RECHARGED


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    A collaboration record featuring the new single with Steve Aoki, A LIGHT THAT NEVER COMES, plus reinterpretations of tracks from LIVING THINGS by Rick Rubin, Datsik, Dirtyphonics, and many more.


    Via Linkin Park's offical website:


    After Reanimation I told many people I would never put together another album of remixes...but as I began to hear all the amazing reinterpretations of LIVING THINGS, I had to change my mind. The result, RECHARGED, is definitely worth it. I can't wait for you guys to hear this amazing project, with contributions by Pusha T, Datsik, KillSonik, Bun B, Money Mark, and others. Our new song with Steve Aoki, A LIGHT THAT NEVER COMES is on the album as well, plus a special remix of the new song by the inimitable Rick Rubin.


    Enjoy the music,

    - Mike Shinoda

    1. A Light That Never Comes (Linkin Park X Steve Aoki)
    2. Castle Of Glass (M. Shinoda Remix)
    3. Lost In The Echo (Killsonik Remix)
    4. Victimized (M. Shinoda Remix)
    5. I'll Be Gone (Vice Remix Feat. Pusha T)
    6. Lies Greed Misery (Dirtyphonics Remix)
    7. Roads Untraveled (Rad Omen Remix Feat. Bun B)
    8. Powerless (Enferno Remix)
    9. Burn It Down (Tom Swoon Remix)
    10. Until It Breaks (Datsik Remix)
    11. Skin To Bone (Nick Catchdubs Remix Feat. Cody B. Ware And Ryu)
    12. I'll Be Gone (Schoolboy Remix)
    13. Until It Breaks (Money Mark Headphone Remix)
    14. A Light That Never Comes (Rick Rubin Reboot)
    Linkin Park
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    No Energy

    As a robust rock underground got swallowed alive by the
    Major Label Industrial Complex, the very autonomous
    Unwound-Olympia, Washington's Great Noise Hope-toed the troublesome line between pay check and Check
    Engine light. Captured in the gaps of a ruthless touring
    schedule, defining fourth and fifth albums The Future
    of What and Repetition were issued in the back-to-back
    springs of 1995 and '96. Both find the band severing their
    post-hardcore roots, for gripping detours into Echoplex,
    kraut, D&B, and Mingus, as guided by a sun-worn copy of
    Book Your Own Fuckin' Life.


    No Energy collects both of these 1990s masterworks,
    beginning with Justin Trosper's home-made haircut
    stabs on "New Energy," continuing with Vern Rumsey's
    reanimating bass on "Corpse Pose," and closing in a wall
    of Sara Lund crash cymbals on "For Your Entertainment."
    This 33-song collection is buttressed by singles and
    period live tracks, a pile of double-exposed photographs,
    and a 10,000 word essay by latter-day Unwound diarist
    David Wilcox.

    1. New Energy
    2. Demolished
    3. Natural Disasters
    4. Re-Enact the Crime
    5. Equally Stupid
    6. Pardon My French
    7. Decision
    8. Accidents on Purpose
    9. Petals Like Bricks
    10. Vern's Answer to the Masses
    11. Here Come the Dogs
    12. Disappoint
    13. Swan
    14. Message Received
    15. Corpse Pose
    16. Unauthorized Autobiography
    17. Lowest Common Denominator
    18. Sensible
    19. Lady Elect
    20. Fingernails on a Chalkboard
    21. Murder Movies
    22. Next Exit
    23. Devoid
    24.Go to Dallas and Take a Left
    25. For Your Entertainment
    26. Corpse Pose (Single Version)
    27. Everything is Weird
    28. Seen Not Heard
    29. Next Exit
    30. MKULTRA
    31. Usual Dosage
    32. Swan
    Unwound
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    Empire

    As a robust rock underground got swallowed alive by the Major Label Industrial Complex, the very autonomous Unwound - Olympia, Washington's Great Noise Hope - toed the troublesome line between pay check and Check Engine light. Captured in the gaps of a ruthless touring schedule, defining fourth and fifth albums The Future of What and Repetition were issued in the back-to-back springs of 1995 and '96. Both find the band severing their post-hardcore roots, for gripping detours into Echoplex, kraut, D&B, and Mingus, as guided by a sun-worn copy of Book Your Own Fuckin' Life. No Energy collects both of these 1990s masterworks, beginning with Justin Trosper's home-made haircut stabs on New Energy, continuing with Vern Rumsey's reanimating bass on Corpse Pose, and closing in a wall of Sara Lund crash cymbals on For Your Entertainment. This 33-song collection is buttressed by singles and period live tracks, a pile of double-exposed photographs, and a 10,000 word essay by latter-day Unwound diarist David Wilcox.
    1. Data
    2. Laugh Track
    3. Meet the Plastics
    4. The World is Flat
    5. Sonata For Loudspeakers
    6. NO TECH!
    7. Side Effects of Being Tired
    8. Lifetime Achievement Award
    9. What Went Wrong
    10. We Invent You
    11. Look A Ghost
    12. December
    13. Treachery
    14. Terminus
    15. Demons Sing Love Songs
    16. Off This Century
    17. One Lick Less
    18. Scarlette
    19. October All Over
    20. Summer Freeze
    21. Radio Gra
    22. Below The Salt
    23. Who Cares
    24. Mile Me Deaf
    25. The Light at the End of the Tunnel is a Train
    26. Solo Sonata
    27. XLNT
    28. Laszlo
    29. Torch Song
    30. Meet The Plastics (Demo)
    31. The World Is Flat (Demo)
    32. Empire (Demo)
    Unwound
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  • Anything Could Happen Anything Could Happen Quick View

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    Anything Could Happen

    When The Replacements ended their 33-show reunion tour in June 2015, founding bassist Tommy Stinson walked away with his head held high. Armed with a pocketful of new songs and a clean slate, he holed up in his home studio in Hudson, NY and played solo tour dates with a group of A+ players/friends backing him, including Luther Dickinson, Frank Ferrer, Cat Popper, Steve Selvidge, and Joe "The Kid" Sirois. They had more fun than humans should be allowed to have, and over the next year and a half they pieced together a brand new record. A BAND record.


    Never one to hog the spotlight, the only logical thing to do at this point was to reanimate 'Bash & Pop', the band he started immediately following The Replacements first split in 1991. Fat Possum Records quickly signed the band and will be releasing its unknowingly-long-awaited sophomore album, Anything Could Happen.

    1. Not This Time
    2. On the Rocks
    3. Anything Could Happen
    4. Breathing Room
    5. Anybody Else
    6. Can't Be Bothered
    7. Bad News
    8. Never Wanted to Know
    9. Anytime Soon
    10. Unfuck You
    11. Jesus Loves You
    12. Shortcut
    Bash & Pop
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  • Born With Stripes Born With Stripes Quick View

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    Born With Stripes

    San Diegos The Donkeys strike a balance of smiling, surfer mysticism and winking, slacker mystique. They reanimate the charming hallmarks of sunshine-rock past without being sepia-toned retro or bubblegum-cloying. There is an innate playfulness and honesty to the music they make. Its a dynamic that has made public champions of keen-eared musicians like John Darnielle (Mountain Goats) and Craig Finn (The Hold Steady). It was Darnielle who claimed The Donkeys were benevolent keepers of what he called The Antidote to an unnamed sickness plaguing indie rock.


    Born With Stripes is an altogether less twangy affair than the bands 2008 Dead Oceans debut, Living On The Other Side. The nods to Grateful Dead and Buffalo Springfield are better balanced with echoes of other Cali arists, notably Pavement and Beck. The country-rock flairs are often overtaken by powerpop hooks. What some might call a lazy melody is really just a melody on its own clock. Nice and relaxed.


    Ceiling Tan, feels like a lost weekend in Tijuana with Mutations and Crooked Rain, and may well be the bands mission statement. I Like The Way You Walk also cops a 90s alt-rock lick, but ditches any esoterica for earnest yearnings and sweet nothings.


    What makes the Donkeys so potent is not their ability to rehash the past, its that their records embody a pureness, an authenticity that is unmatched in contemporary music. We were not the only ones to feel this undeniable connection. The Donkeys had a brush with Hollywood when Lost producer Eddy Kitsis heard the band, and cast them as Geronimo Jackson, a band he had written into the Lost story as an obscure San Francisco band from the 70s, who were peers of the Grateful Dead. Kitsis heard the Donkeys and felt they so embodied this fictitious band, that he actually had the band re-record their song Excelsior Lady as Dharma Lady and weaved it into the TV show.


    The album was mixed by Pernice Brothers Thom Monahan, whose involvement not only gives us the crispest, warmest Donkeys recordings to date, it also serves to remind us of the bands loose connections to an array of psych-dappled kindred spirits: Vetiver, Papercuts, BrightblackMorning Light, Devendra Banhart. Monahan was not the only outsider the band collaborated with on Born With Stripes. The playful album artwork was created by California illustrator and cartoonist Tony Millionaire, best known for his comics Maakies and Sock Monkey, and as the creator of the Adult Swim show Drinky Crow.

    1. Don't Know Who We Are

    2. I Like The Way You Walk
    3. Bloodhound
    4. Born With Stripes
    5. Kaleidoscope
    6. West Coast Raga
    7. New Blue Stockings
    8. Ceiling Tan
    9. Oxblood
    10. Bullfrog Blues
    11. Valerie
    12. East Coast Raga

    The Donkeys
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    Surgical Steel

    Without a doubt, UK legends CARCASS have released several classic albums over the years and changed the trajectory of extreme metal with each consecutive release. Whether it was inventing gore-grind (i.e. »Reek of Putrefaction«, »Symphonies of Sickness«) or creating the template for melodic death metal (i.e. »Heartwork«), CARCASS has always made records by which bars were set and rules were broken. Upon their untimely demise in 1996, fans mourned the loss of the seminal act and longed that the group would one day be exhumed from their premature grave. After an 18 year hiatus, CARCASS has been fully reanimated and it's safe to say, they haven't missed a pathological step.


    With »Surgical Steel«, CARCASS has risen to the occasion and given fans an album that holds up to their classic repertoire, delivering another milestone in their highly influential career. Everything a CARCASS fan could want is on this record, with every era of the band represented. Its genesis however was not without its fair share of blood, sweat and tears of course. Long-time producer Colin Richardson actually walked out on the mixing sessions after tracking, possibly burnt out from the stress of having to top such landmark productions as »Heartwork«. The equally renowned Andy Sneap (TESTAMENT, EXODUS, MEGADETH) stepped in at this time to mix the record, and put the finishing touches on their long-awaited masterpiece. The result is a combination of talent that should undoubtedly go unmatched for an undetermined stretch of time.


    In an era seemingly content to endlessly chug away at their e-strings in various rhythmic denominations, CARCASS has brought the power of the riff back to a generation. Songs like `The Master Butcher's Apron´, `Unfit for Human Consumption´, `The Granulating Dark Satanic Mills´, `Noncompliance to ASTM F899-12 Standard´, are sure to become classics and put an air-guitar in the hands of every man, woman and child within earshot. Only the choicest of cuts were made to bring us a record worthy of the CARCASS legacy. In short, »Surgical Steel« is just what the doctor ordered.

    1. 1985
    2. Thrasher's Abbatoit

    3. Cadaver Pouch Conveyor System
    4. A Congleated Clot Of Blood
    5. The Master Butcher's Apron

    6. Noncompliance To ASTM F899-12 Standard
    7. The Granulating Dark Satanic Mills
    8. Unfit For Human Consumption

    9. 316L Grade Surgical Steel
    10. Carcass
    11. Mount Of Execution
    12. Intensive Battery Brooding (DIGI bonus track)
    Carcass
    $24.99
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    Surgical Steel (Picture Disc)


    Limited Edition Decibel Tour Picture Disc


    Limited to 2500 Copies


    Without a doubt, UK legends CARCASS have released several classic albums over the years and changed the trajectory of extreme metal with each consecutive release. Whether it was inventing gore-grind (i.e. »Reek of Putrefaction«, »Symphonies of Sickness«) or creating the template for melodic death metal (i.e. »Heartwork«), CARCASS has always made records by which bars were set and rules were broken. Upon their untimely demise in 1996, fans mourned the loss of the seminal act and longed that the group would one day be exhumed from their premature grave. After an 18 year hiatus, CARCASS has been fully reanimated and it's safe to say, they haven't missed a pathological step.


    With »Surgical Steel«, CARCASS has risen to the occasion and given fans an album that holds up to their classic repertoire, delivering another milestone in their highly influential career. Everything a CARCASS fan could want is on this record, with every era of the band represented. Its genesis however was not without its fair share of blood, sweat and tears of course. Long-time producer Colin Richardson actually walked out on the mixing sessions after tracking, possibly burnt out from the stress of having to top such landmark productions as »Heartwork«. The equally renowned Andy Sneap (TESTAMENT, EXODUS, MEGADETH) stepped in at this time to mix the record, and put the finishing touches on their long-awaited masterpiece. The result is a combination of talent that should undoubtedly go unmatched for an undetermined stretch of time.


    In an era seemingly content to endlessly chug away at their e-strings in various rhythmic denominations, CARCASS has brought the power of the riff back to a generation. Songs like `The Master Butcher's Apron´, `Unfit for Human Consumption´, `The Granulating Dark Satanic Mills´, `Noncompliance to ASTM F899-12 Standard´, are sure to become classics and put an air-guitar in the hands of every man, woman and child within earshot. Only the choicest of cuts were made to bring us a record worthy of the CARCASS legacy. In short, »Surgical Steel« is just what the doctor ordered.

    1. 1985
    2. Thrasher's Abattoir
    3. Cadaver Pouch Conveyor System
    4. A Congealed Clot of Blood
    5. The Master Butcher's Apron
    6. Noncompliance to ASTM F 899-12 Standard
    7. The Granulating Dark Satanic Mills
    8. Unfit for Human Consumption
    9. 316 L Grade Surgical Steel
    10. Captive Bolt Pistol
    11. Mount of Execution
    Carcass
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  • Die Screaming Die Screaming Quick View

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    Die Screaming

    Something sinister is looming in the mist - a ghastly three-headed apparition, equal parts riffage & rancour and fuelled by a steady diet of garage rock 7-inches played at 33RPM and horror movies watched at 5AM, the primeval force of Satan's Satyrs is returned to the earth to lay waste to everything in its path.


    Rising from the primordial ooze of Herndon, Virginia Satan's Satyrs hit the metal underground like a tidal wave of sulphur with their debut proper, 2012's Wild Beyond Belief. This almighty assault, almost entirely the work of chief Satyr Clayton Burgess, was a harrowing blast of fuzz-drenched aggro - a clash of Venom-esque metalpunk squalor and in-the-red garage-rock dementia.


    With Jarrett Nettnin soon joining the fray on guitar and Stephen Fairfield on drums, the power-trio were soon invited by Electric Wizard to 2013's Roadburn Festival, which they graced with two scorching sets, one being entirely comprised of cuts by their heinous heroes Blue Cheer. Yet the three-piece, despite being barely into their twenties, weren't about to rest on their laurels. What's more, the result of their onward march into grisly pastures new is the more mature yet no less malicious new opus, 'Die Screaming' which sees it's European release via Bad Omen Records in 2014.


    This time around, the band set about expanding their sound, maintaining their trash-obsessed aesthetic whilst sharpening their songcraft to produce an album possessed of both mighty heaviosity and incisive hooks. Bolstered by roaring Hammond and percussive ornamentation that bring still more Hammer Horror atmosphere to the fray, 'Die Screaming' transcends the band's Black Sabbath, Stooges and Black Flag influences to arrive at a relentlessly gory and gung-ho assault on the senses. One minute, this terror-troupe are dishing out the rotten rock n'roll of 'One By One (They Die) and Curse Of The Corpse, which stalk the Earth like the reanimated corpses of Budgie and Blue Oyster Cult records past. The next, on the jaw-dropping title-track, they're throwing Death SS, the Alice Cooper of Sick Things and Scott Reagers-era Saint Vitus into a bubbling cauldron and standing well back. Yet at all times Satan's Satyrs' gonzo attack is authentically red in both tooth and claw.


    Rising high above the overkill of self-styled occult rock that lurks in the underground at present. Satan's Satyrs are blazing a trail through a nightmarish world of battered VHS videos, overheated ampstacks and dog-eared vinyl, and are a band fit to set the pulse of any self-respecting trash connoisseur racing. With 'Die Screaming', they're set to carry out the Devil's bidding across the globe with uniquely sordid and salacious style.

    1. Thumper's Theme
    2. Instruments of Hellfire

    3. Curse of the Corpse
    4. Black Souls
    5. Show Me Your Skull
    6. One By One
    7. Lucifer Lives
    8. Die Screaming
    Satan's Satyrs
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    Fun In The Dark

    What we have here is a complete re-imagining of a classic Groovie Ghoulies full length recording, as interpreted by the tough, melodic band from the Netherlands. Fans of the original album, Accelerators used to play Fun In the Dark (the song) in their live set, and augmented it even more when I came over to do some shows with them in Europe. The same sort of thing has happened with the band the Copyrights and the Groovie Ghoulies album Re-Animation Festival (but that's another story that you will hear about in the future!).
    1. Carly Simon
    2. She Gets All The Girls
    3. Fun In The Dark
    4. (She's My) Vampire Girl
    5. Lonely Planet Boy
    6. Have Your Way With Me
    7. (She's Got A) Brain Scrambling Device
    8. Outbreak!
    9. The Spell Is On
    10. Ivy Says
    11. Laugh At Me
    12. Let's Go To The Moon
    13. Don't Make Me Kill You Again
    Kepi Ghoulie
    $18.99
    Colored Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
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    Anthology of Interplanetary Folk Music Vol. 1: Nommos / Visiting (Out Of Stock)


    Includes Detailed Artwork And Two Essays By Leon


    Craig Leon's seminal synthesizer albums Nommos and Visiting are finally re-editioned in
    definitive form as the Anthology of Interplanetary Folk Music Vol. 1 for RVNG Intl.'s archival
    series.


    Issued respectively by John Fahey's Takoma record label in 1980 and Leon's Arbitor
    private press in 1982, Nommos and Visiting were the twin brainchildren of studio wizard
    Craig Leon. Leon's production was pivotal in realizing the debut recordings by Ramones,
    Blondie, Richard Hell and Suicide. While those albums broke ground in new worlds of sound,
    Leon's own debut album was arguably, if not literally, more alien.


    In 1973 , the Brooklyn Museum hosted a comprehensive collection of sculptures by the
    Dogon of the Republic of Mali, a tribe whose religion is based in reveries and recollections
    of a visit from an extraterrestrial species they named Nommos. Years after experiencing the
    exhibit, Leon remained fascinated by the idea of alien visitors sharing not just stories of their
    home-planet, but musical traditions as well. For the classically trained Leon, a puzzle was
    presented and a challenge in place: what would music sound like if handed down from an
    ancient alien species? And how best to imagine it?


    Upon meeting Fahey in the late 70s, Leon pitched the concept as an opportune time to
    employ the latest and greatest synthesizer technology available. An avant empathist and
    eternally free spirit, Fahey enthusiastically green-lighted the project for his Takoma imprint.
    After a secluded week in an Austin, Texas studio with his partner, wife and collaborator
    Cassell Webb, Leon returned with a collection of incorporeal melodies generated by the
    Oberheim OB-X, Roland JP-4 and Arp 2600 synthesizers propelled by primitive rhythms
    programmed on a prototype of Roger Linn's nascent drum-machine, the LM-1.


    Issued by Fahey with zero expectation of the same radio airplay Leon accomplished
    with his pop productions, Nommos now stands as an innovative example of cosmic-synth
    composition that wasn't made for its time or any other. For this edition, Leon has in fact
    re-animated Nommos by re-recording the exact audio signals as preserved in the album's
    original studio notes. Every patch, tape-delay speed and outboard setting was transcribed
    as first scored, materializing the best possible audio from an album whose masters were lost
    in major label merger milieu years ago.


    Additionally, the re-master of Visiting was supervised firsthand by Leon. As its title
    suggests, Visiting materialized in 1982 as a conceptual continuation of Nommos. The
    album is in equal measure more improvisatory and constructed than its predecessor. Both
    albums were intended to be listened to as a set in the first volume of Leon's Anthology of
    Interplanetary Folk Music (the title was an homage to Harry Smith's influential collection of
    folk music issued two decades prior). A creative evolutionist, Leon made subtle edits and
    compositional additions to both albums to enhance the connectivity and encourage infinite
    interpretation.


    While reissues and bootlegs have appeared to relieve the demand for these records,
    this collection will stand as the first ever version authorized by Craig Leon himself. The
    vinyl edition will be housed in a 2xLP set that includes detailed artwork and two essays by
    Leon. The first tells the complete story of the stargazing Dogon people and their prescient
    understanding of cosmology. The second details Leon's adventure in creating the Anthology
    of Interplanetary Folk Music Vol. 1, an epic story bookended on this side of history as one
    seamless synth classic.

    1. Ring With Three Concentric Discs
    2. Donkeys Bearing Cups
    3. Nommo
    4. Four Eyes To See The Afterlife
    5. She Wears A Hemispherical Skullcap
    6. One Hundred Steps
    7. Region of Fleeing Civilians
    8. Three Small Coins
    9. Visiting
    10. Details Suggest Fidelity To Fact
    11. The Customs of the Age Disturbed
    Craig Leon
    $29.99
    Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Temporarily out of stock
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