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  • The Unfazed (Discontinued) (On Sale) The Unfazed (Discontinued) (On Sale) On Sale Quick View

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    The Unfazed (Discontinued) (On Sale)

    After ten years of touring and releasing albums, Al James and the rest of Dolorean needed to tap on the brakes and catch their breath. The fruits of this downtime in their hometown of Portland, Oregon was one finished album (The Unfazed), one EP (Anticipation Blues), two new record label partnerships (Partisan Records in Brooklyn and Fargo Records in Paris) and a new lead guitar player (Jon Neufeld). There were some stops and starts for sure, half of the album was finished, then scrapped, and then re-recorded, but the final version of The Unfazed proves that, once again, patience pays off. Ten more Al James penned songs; beautiful, direct, and laid bare.
    1. Thinskinned
    2. Country Clutter
    3. The Unfazed
    4. Hard Working Dogs
    5. Sweet Boy
    6. Black Hills Gold
    7. If I Find Love
    8. These Slopes Give Me Hope
    9. How Is It
    Dolorean
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    Evolve Or Be Extinct

    Its safe to say that Evolve Or Be Extinct is the best album of this unique artists career. Dark, funny, wild and exhilarating, this is a record which shows just what Wiley is truly capable of. He has never made a record which reveals so much of his character, his contradictions and inner workings, his humour as well as his anger. A short, sharp, brilliant album, it shows Wiley as more than a Godfather to a scene and penner of occasional hits, but as an artist who continues to develop, refine and improve his vision even after ten turbulent years in the game.
    1. Link Up
    2. Welcome to Zion
    3. Evolve or Be Extinct
    4. Boom Blast
    5. I'm Skanking
    6. Weirdo
    7. Sca
    8. Can I Have a Taxi Please?
    9. Miss You
    10. Money Man
    11. Customs
    12. Immigration
    13. Only Human
    14. This Is Just an Album
    15. Ya Win Some, Ya Lose Some
    16. Fire
    17. No Love Lost
    18. Cheer Up, It's Christmas
    19. Life at Sea
    20. Daiquiris
    21. Confused
    22. Highs and Lows
    Wiley
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    Jersey Shores

    Akimbo originally released the sinister and anthemic Jersey Shores on Neurot Recordings in 2008. Inspired by accounts of brutal and savage shark attacks that haunted the New Jersey coast for twelve bloody days in 1916, the band allowed the dark subject matter to fester into the grain of their instruments and recreated their sound anew. Steering away from the beer-fueled rock for rock's sake approach, the album explores a more mysterious and brooding territory than other releases and represents a new chapter of the Akimbo saga.

    With six hammering, primal, evocative, haunting tracks that transport the listener through 45 minutes of timeless fear, Jersey Shores is a new weapon for Akimbo after ten years of aggressive battle through the hallowed pits of the rock 'n' roll underground. This 180-gram vinyl gatefold reissue also marks the continued collaboration between the Seattle band and Alternative Tentacles.

    Matawan

    Bruder Vansant

    Lester Stillwell
    Rogue
    Great White Bull
    Jersey Shores
    Akimbo
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  • The Air Conditioned Nightmare The Air Conditioned Nightmare Quick View

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    The Air Conditioned Nightmare

    The Air Conditioned Nightmare is the new album by
    Doldrums. The title was spawned by Henry Miller upon his
    return to the US after ten years as an expatriate. Keen to
    rediscover the country he left behind, Miller found it a
    stifling place of big business, pollution, credit, misinformation
    and prejudice. "Nowhere else in the world," wrote in his
    1945 collection of essays "is the divorce between man and
    nature so complete". The Air Conditioned Nightmare.


    Seventy years on and the book lends itself to the title of the
    anticipated second album by Doldrums, the band led by 25
    year old musician Airick Woodhead. On the follow-up to his
    2013 debut Lesser Evil (which yielded tours with Unknown
    Mortal Orchestra, Crystal Castles, Grimes and Purity Ring,
    and remixes for Peaking Lights, Grimes and Portishead), the
    DJ, producer and performer makes a sizeable leap from
    being darling of the Montreal warehouse creative explosion
    that gave the world the likes of Grimes, Majical Cloudz, Blue
    Hawaii to being a stand-alone artist and composer on the
    cusp of something quite special.


    Doldrums apply a punk rock ethos to electronic music,
    creating songs using samplers and DJ gear in place of
    guitars. Bold, anxious, dream-like, uplifting, glacial,
    hypnotic, constricting, expansive, alien - this is an album
    that is ever-changing. "Conflict is at the heart of this
    album," explains Airick. "There's a lot of paranoid sentiment
    and dystopian imagery in there. The threat of a mundane
    reality ties it together, as does an obsession with plasticity.
    Songs come from specific feelings or images. Anxiety is my
    default state."


    The Air Conditioned Nightmare is an album of texture and
    taste, an extra-sensory overload. Weaving through the mix
    are Woodhead's androgynous, tweaked vocals singing lyrics
    like voices down broken phone-lines. This is music born of
    the 21st century. The Air Conditioned Nightmare is an album
    that is punk rock in its DIY beginnings and militant commitment
    to originality. Ten snatched seconds is enough to pull
    you in. Ultimately,The Air Conditioned Nightmare stands
    alone. Doldrums have created something special. You need
    to hear it.

    1. HOTFOOT
    2. Blow Away
    3. Funeral for Lightning
    4. We Awake
    5. Video Hostage
    6. Loops
    7. iDeath
    8. My Friend Simjen
    9. Industry City
    10. Closer 2 U
    Doldrums
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    8-Way Santa (Deluxe Edition)

    TAD was a mighty force in the late-'80s/early-'90s Seattle scene. Their heavy, churning rock/metal/punk buzz was a crucial part of Sub Pop's early years, and, along with peers like Mudhoney, Nirvana, and Soundgarden, they defined the sound that reinvigorated the rock world in the early '90s. TAD was led by the physically imposing yet incredibly sweet singer/guitarist TAD Doyle, with bassist Kurt Danielson (ex-Bundle of Hiss), drummer Steve Wied, and guitarist Gary Thorstensen. With an image that sometimes cast the band as deranged lumberjacks, and influence from Head of David and Killdozer, TAD put a uniquely rain-and-fog-coated Northwest spin on '80s underground rock. The band released two albums and a few EPs on Sub Pop between 1988 and 1991, all of which are now lovingly remastered by the band's friend and engineer Jack Endino (Soundgarden, Nirvana, Mudhoney, Screaming Trees) and repackaged with expansive liner notes.


    In 1991, after tens of thousands of miles on the road in support of God's Balls, and a run of powerful EPs/singles, TAD released their second full-length album, 8-Way Santa. Recorded at Smart Studios in Madison, Wisconsin with Butch Vig, whose work with Killdozer the band admired, 8-Way Santa finds TAD pushing their sound in new directions. Not a band to rest on its laurels, TAD began to add melodic touches to their sound, as evidenced by the lead single, "Jinx." Many touring dates and shows followed the record, and a pair of copyright-infringement brouhahas occurred over the original album cover - which was quickly pulled from stores when the couple portrayed in the cover photo objected - and the corporate-beverage-offending art for a 1990 EP. 8-Way Santa was the last record with the original TAD lineup, and their last album for Sub Pop before jumping to a major label

    1. Jinx
    2. Giant Killer
    3. Wired God
    4. Delinquent
    5. Hedge Hog
    6. Flame Tavern
    7. Trash Truck
    8. Stumblin' Man
    9. Jack
    10. Candi
    11 3-D Witch Hunt
    12. Crane's CafÉ
    13. Plague Years
    TAD
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  • At Carnegie Hall (Pure Pleasure) At Carnegie Hall (Pure Pleasure) Quick View

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    At Carnegie Hall (Pure Pleasure)

    When Paul Robeson took the stage at Carnegie Hall in May of 1958, it had been 11 years since he had previously concertized freely in the United States. Blacklisted from the entertainment industry at home, and with the State Department unwilling to issue him a passport, he had fallen into eclipse as a singer and actor over the previous eight years. The concert recorded here, one of two at Carnegie Hall in May of 1958, marked his return. The performances on this record would also be his only stereo recordings -- all were, naturally enough, the work of Vanguard Records, the New York-based record company that was also the home to fellow blacklistees The Weavers.


    The singing legend is in excellent voice throughout, his rich bass-baritone reveling in performances of a repertory that encompassed Bach, Mussorgsky, Schubert, Dvorák, Beethoven, traditional gospel, Russian and Chinese folk songs, Old Man River from Show Boat, and monologues from Shakespeare and the opera Boris Godunov. With a piano accompaniment by Alan Booth, Robeson ranged across a huge part of his own performing history. The 60-year-old singer, despite the decade of artificially imposed inactivity, still had much of his vocal power intact and all his dramatic instincts, and makes every moment count in his performance, investing immense power in every note and nuance.


    Sadly, his Vanguard performances were to be his only work captured on modern recording equipment -- because of the blacklist, everything else predated the arrival of recording tape and the long-playing record. But the performance captured here, and those represented on Vanguard's The Essential Paul Robeson, show a man still capable of moving huge numbers of people with his voice -- and equally important, even at this late date, who had not lost the ability to walk a crowd through a vast and difficult range of repertory; his performances, even after ten years of professional exile, were also learning experiences, and consciousness-raising, which is why reactionaries in the United States were so afraid of him in the first place. And none of it has lost any of its power in the five decades since the actual event.


    Musicians:



    • Paul Robeson (vocals)

    • Alan Booth (piano)




    About Pure Pleasure



    At the beginning of the 90s, in the early days of audiophile vinyl re-releases, the situation was fairly straightforward. Companies such as DCC, Mobile Fidelity, Classic Records and, of course, Pure Pleasure all maintained a mutual, unwritten ethical code: we would only use analogue tapes to manufacture records.



    During the course of the present vinyl hype, many others have jumped on the bandwagon in the hope of securing a corner of the market. Very often they are not so ethical and use every imaginable source to master from: CDs, LPs, digital files, MP3s - or employed existent tools from the 80s and 90s for manufacturing.



    A digital delay is gladly used when cutting a lacquer disc because tape machines with an analogue delay have become quite rare and are therefore expensive. When cutting the lacquer, the audio signal is delayed by one LP revolution against the signal, which controls the cutter head, and for this a digital delay is very often employed. Of course, the resultant sound signal is completely digital and thus only as good as this delay.



    We should like to emphasize that Pure Pleasure Records on principle only uses the original master tape as the basis for the entirely analogue cutting of lacquer discs. In addition, the pressing tool is newly manufactured as a matter of principle.



    We only employ existing tools for manufacturing if an improved result is not forthcoming, e.g. the title Elvis Is Back, which was mastered by Steve Hoffman and Kevin Gray, or several titles from our Philips Classics series, which in any case Willem Makkee cut from the original masters at the Emil Berliner Studios in the 90s. It goes without saying that we only used the mother and that new tools were made for our production.



    To put it in a nutshell: we can ensure you that our releases are free from any kind of digital effects and that the lacquer discs are newly cut.


    1. Every Time I Feel the Spirit
    2. Balm In Gilead
    3. Volga Boat Song
    4. Monologue From Othello (Shakespeare)
    5. O Thou Silent Night (Alexadnrov)
    6. Chinese Children's Song
    7. My Curly Headed Baby (G.H. Clutsam)
    8. Old Man River
    9. Going Home (Dvorak, arr. Fisher)
    10. Monologue from Boris Godunov (Mussorgsky)
    11. The Orphan (Mussorgsky)
    12. Christ lag in Todesbanden (J.S. Bach)
    13. Didn't My Lord Deliver Daniel
    14. Lullaby (Franz Schubert)
    15. O No John
    16. Joe Hill
    17. Jacob's Ladder
    Paul Robeson
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    Wake The Dead

    It's a beautiful thing when a good band turns to great; when they put out an album that ends all skepticism concerning the band and turns everyone's head. Such is the case with Comeback Kid's spectacular sophomore effort, Wake The Dead.


    The band's passion-filled debut, Turn It Around, put this band near the forefront of the straight edge hardcore movement, with its breakneck speeds and heart-stomping breakdowns. Still, people argued that it was a bit too generic for comfort, and that the album's songs blended into one another after five songs, making for a rather boring listen after ten minutes. Now, I don't know if the band took those comments to heart, but Wake The Dead has remedied any problems the band has had in the past and has turned out to be a flawless effort from a band who will no doubt be name-dropped as one of the most elite bands in hardcore after this release.


    Where Turn It Around failed, Wake The Deaad excels; each song is rather distinct, not in the fact that there are a lot of "departures" to be found, but that each song has its own identity and its own parts that are unique to the song. Also, the length of the album has been cut short by four tracks, from fifteen to eleven, making for a more concise (but no less intense) listen. Lastly, the production is as in-your-face as a hardcore album could sound, making the move to Victory Records (I know, we all groaned when we heard it) a seemingly helpful move. Simply put, Wake The Dead sounds as amazing as the music is. The vocals are cleaner, the drums are more effective, and the gang vocals sound fuller. Check the end of the title track for proof; it's the best sing-along since Bane's "Can We Start Again."


    Comeback Kid's music has also taken a turn towards the more punk rock-influenced hardcore spectrum, exchanging breakdowns for sheer speed and surprisingly more melodic (but no less hard-hitting) riffs. In fact, there's almost nary a breakdown to be found here; you've got your typical slower-paced rhythms to get the kids stomping, but nothing as earth-shattering as the end of, say, "All In A Year," the opener from the band's debut. The most amazing part is that you will not even notice; the songs are that good. Besides, you can still get all of the breakdown mayhem found on their debut if you see them live, which I highly consider, for they're currently on the straight edge hardcore tour of a lifetime, opening for Bane and With Honor.


    There's also nothing like listening to an album for the first time and being ripped in half by an amazing album opener; "False Idols Fall" is the quintessential hardcore anthem. It's got speed, power, gang vocals, and a powerful closing, and all you can do after the song is over is smile because it was just so absolutely perfect. I can't remember the last hardcore song that made me smile. From the opening, to the insane gang vocals of "Wake The Dead," to the anthemic and soon-to-be crowd favorite "Partners In Crime," to the technicality of "Bright Lights Keep Shining," you're left in awe at how good this band sounds. Scott Wade's vocals are top-notch and unbelievably charismatic, and the guitar work is spectacular, not for its technicality and hard-to-play parts, but just for making some of the best hardcore riffs I've ever heard. Every song is excellent, and, as stated before, each has its own identity, something that is hard to come by in recent years with hardcore music.


    This is a hands down ten out of ten. I've heard very few albums that have knocked me on my ass past a month's worth of listening, but Wake The Dead has done it. This is one hell of musical accomplishment, and is 100% deserving of a perfect rating. Pick this up TODAY.


    - Dan Perrone (Punk News)

    1. False Idols Fall
    2. My Other Side
    3. Wake the Dead
    4. The Trouble I Love
    5. Talk is Cheap
    6. Partners in Crime
    7. Our Distance
    8. Bright Lights Keep Shining
    9. Falling Apart
    10. Losing Patience
    11. Final Goodbye
    Comeback Kid
    $15.99
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