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    The Big Picture

    The Big Picture is the twenty-sixth studio album by British singer-songwriter Elton John, originally released in 1997. It includes four worldwide singles: Live Like Horses (a duet with Luciano Pavarotti only for the single version), Something About the Way You Look Tonight (released as a double A-side with Candle in the Wind 1997), Recover Your Soul and If the River Can Bend.
    1. Long Way from Happiness
    2. Live Like Horses
    3. The End Will Come
    4. If the River Can Bend
    5. Love's Got a Lot to Answer For
    6. Something About the Way You Look Tonight
    7. The Big Picture
    8. Recover Your Soul
    9. January
    10. I Can't Steer My Heart Clear of You
    11. Wicked Dreams
    Elton John
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    Big Picture

    London Grammar emerged in 2013 with the release of their critically acclaimed debut album, If You Wait, and quickly went on to becoming one of the most exciting international breakthrough acts of recent times, selling over 1.5 million albums worldwide, winning a prestigious Ivor Novello Award for their hit single 'Strong' and being nominated for a BRIT Award.


    Their new single, 'Big Picture,' was produced by acclaimed British musician Jon Hopkins (Brian Eno, King Creosote). This immense, sweeping soundscape is the second track to be heard from London Grammar this year, following the epic 'Rooting For You,' which the trio dropped unexpectedly on New Year's Day.

    1. Big Picture
    2. Big Picture
    London Grammar
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    Big Fish Soundtrack


    180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl


    Gatefold Sleeve / 4-Page Booklet


    PVC Protective Sleeve


    The soundtrack to Tim Burton's neo classic moving picture Big Fish (2003), starring Ewan McGregor, Helena Bonham Carter, Marion Cotillard and Jessica Lange, collects classic Pop songs and a score of longtime collaborator Danny Elfman (Edward Scissorhands, Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas, Mars Attacks! and others).


    The 2LP soundtrack also contains a new song from Pearl Jam, specifically written for the movie: Man of the Hour. The soundtrack's Pop songs range from Bing Crosby's early-'30s Jazz hit Dinah to the '50s nostalgia of Buddy Holly's Everyday and Elvis Presley's All Shook Up, right up to the '60s and '70s recollections of Canned Heat's Let's Work Together and Ramblin' Man by the Allman Brothers Band.


    The album was nominated for the Academy Award and the Golden Globe Award for Best Original Score.

    LP 1
    1. Pearl Jam - Man Of The Hour
    2. Bing Crosby - Dinah
    3. Buddy Holly - Everyday
    4. Elvis Presley - All Shook Up
    5. The Vogues - Five O'Clock World
    6. The Allman Brothers Band - Ramblin' Man
    7. Canned Heat - Let's Work Together

    8. Danny Elfman - Pictures
    9. Danny Elfman - Big Fish (Titles)
    10. Danny Elfman - Shoe Stealing
    11. Danny Elfman - Underwater
    12. Danny Elfman - Sandra's Theme


    LP 2
    1. Danny Elfman - The Growing Montage
    2. Danny Elfman - Leaving Spectre
    3. Danny Elfman - Return To Spectre
    4. Danny Elfman - Rebuilding
    5. Danny Elfman - The Journey Home

    6. Danny Elfman - In The Tub
    7. Danny Elfman - Sandra's Farewell
    8. Danny Elfman - Finale
    9. Danny Elfman - End Titles
    10. Danny Elfman - Jenny's Theme
    11. Bobbi Page And Candice Rumph - Twice The Love (Siamese Twins' Song)

    Danny Elfman
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  • CBGB: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack CBGB: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Quick View

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    CBGB: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

    WATCH OUT! PUNK IS COMING!


    By the end of 1973, New York City was bankrupt, Watergate had compromised the credibility of the U.S. government, and the Carpenters were the bestselling
    young recording act in America. Rock 'n' roll was dead!


    Enter Hilly Kristal, who dreamed of running a country & blues bar in the Bowery. Instead, the club he opened, CBGB (Country, Bluegrass, Blues) became
    the birthplace of punk and underground music. CBGB was the modern-day salon for the disenfranchised youth of New York City and Kristal gave these
    young local bands a stage. Artists such as the Talking Heads, Blondie, Patti Smith, Ramones, Dead Boys and Television all started at this iconic club.


    The story of Hilly Kristal and his legendary club will be coming to theaters this October when CBGB hits the big screen. The film has an all-star ensemble cast headed by Alan Rickman (the Harry Potter series, Die Hard) who plays Kristal. Co-starring with Rickman will be Malin Akerman (The Proposal,Suburgatory), Ryan Hurst (Sons Of Anarchy), Ashley Greene (The Twilight series), Johnny Galecki (The Big Bang Theory), Stana Katic (Castle) and
    Rupert Grint (the Harry Potter series).


    Omnivore Recordings is proud to present CBGB: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack on CD and naturally, double-LP (with first pressing on translucent
    pink vinyl). An essential collection of songs that made the punk movement, CBGB presents twenty slices of original American music, many rarely
    compiled or unavailable for years. The soundtrack contains music from influential artists that informed the scene (The Velvet Underground, The Stooges
    and MC5), to acts that broke through with huge commercial acclaim (Talking Heads, Blondie and The Police). And there's even music from bands whose
    legendary status will forever be linked to the club that gave them a voice (Dead Boys, Television. Wayne County, The Dictators and more).


    PUNK IS HERE with CBGB: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack


    This item is not eligible for further discount.

    1. Life During Wartime - Talking Heads
    2. Kick Out The Jams (Uncensored Version) - MC5
    3. Chatterbox - New York Dolls
    4. Soul Twist - Mink DeVille
    5. Careful - Television
    6. Blank Generation - Richard Hell & The Voidoids
    7. Slow Death - Flamin' Groovies
    8. I Can't Stand It - The Velvet Underground
    9. Out Of Control - Wayne County & The Electric Chairs
    10. Psychotic Reaction - The Count Five
    11. All For The Love Of Rock 'N' Roll (Live) - Tuff Darts
    12. All By Myself - Johnny Thunders & The Heartbreakers
    13. California Sun (Original DEMO) - The Dictators
    14. I Got Knocked Down (But I'lL Get Up) - Joey Ramone
    15. Get Outa My Way - The Laughing Dogs
    16. Sunday Girl (2013 Version) - Blondie
    17. I Wanna Be Your Dog - The Stooges
    18. Sonic Reducer - Dead Boys
    19. Roxanne - The Police
    20. Birds And The Bees - Hilly Kristal
    Various Artists
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  • Cocktail- Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Cocktail- Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Quick View

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    Cocktail- Original Motion Picture Soundtrack


    The Friday Music 180 Gram Audiophile Soundtrack Vinyl Series Begins!


    First Time Audiophile Vinyl Presentation - #1 Album In 1988


    Features #1 Smash Hits Kokomo By The Beach Boys And Don't Worry Be Happy By Bobby Mcferrin


    Mastered Impeccably From The Original Elektra Records Tapes By Joe Reagoso


    1988 was a big year for a huge blockbuster movie called Cocktail. Its success truly
    made way for a number one soundtrack companion LP, which road to the top of both the
    sales and airplay charts with multiple format hit records for over a year.


    The Tom Cruise movie featured some of the biggest songs of the day including The
    Beach Boys # 1 worldwide smash hit single Kokomo as well as Bobby McFerrin's # 1 Don't
    Worry Be Happy, which also featured the late great Robin Williams in the music video that
    promoted the upbeat novelty tune.


    As with our continuing expansion into the original movie soundtrack genres, Friday
    Music is very proud to announce the first time 180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl release of
    Cocktail - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack. This mega movie soundtrack rock classic
    comes with all of the great tunes you remember like John Mellencamp's stellar version
    of Buddy Holly's Rave On, The Fabulous Thunderbirds Powerful Stuff, Ry Cooder's blues
    workout of Elvis Presley's All Shook Up, and the original Specialty Records smash top chart
    version of Little Richard's Tutti Frutti.


    This stunning album is mastered impeccably by Joe Reagoso (Elvis Presley/Jefferson
    Starship/Brian Wilson) from the Elektra tapes and includes the original LP sized artwork,
    not seen since its original 1988 release.


    Cocktail Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Another rock soundtrack classic from
    your friends at Friday Music


    Way Down In Kokomo

    1. Wild Again (Starship)
    2. Powerful Stuff (The Fabulous Thunderbirds)
    3. Since When (Robbie Nevil)
    4. Don't Worry, Be Happy (Bobby McFerrin)
    5. Hippy Hippy Shake (The Georgia Satellites)
    6. Kokomo (The Beach Boys)
    7. Rave On (John Mellencamp)
    8. All Shook Up (Ry Cooder)
    9. Oh I Love You So (Preston Smith)
    10. Tutti Frutti (Little Richard)
    Various Artists
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  • La Bamba-Original Motion Picture Soundtrack La Bamba-Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Quick View

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    La Bamba-Original Motion Picture Soundtrack


    The Friday Music 180 Gram Audiophile Soundtrack Vinyl Series Continues!


    First Time Audiophile Vinyl Presentation - #1 Album In 1987


    Features The #1 Smash Hit La Bamba By Los Lobos + Brian Setzer's Summertime Blues + Bo Diddley's Who Do You Love


    Mastered Impeccably From The Original Slash Records Tapes By Joe Reagoso


    1987 was a big year for Los Lobos and a huge blockbuster movie called La Bamba based
    on the life and times of the late great Richie Valens. Its success truly made way for a number
    one soundtrack companion LP, which rode to the top of both the sales and airplay charts with
    multiple format hit records for over a year.


    The box office smash featured some of the biggest songs of that year with Los Lobos's #1
    smash hit single La Bamba as well as seven more Los Lobos rockin' champions like Come On
    Lets Go, Framed and the torch ballad Richie Valens was so well remembered for, Donna. Superstars like Brian Setzer also contributed to the #1 soundtrack too with tunes like Summertime
    Blues and Bo Diddley's own rockin' Who Do You Love. Carlos Santana was also on hand for the
    film score and through it all, the La Bamba LP will forever be known as one of rock's finest movie
    and musical soundtrack's ever recorded.


    As with our continuing expansion into the original movie soundtrack genres, Friday Music
    is very proud to announce the first time 180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl release of the Los Lobos
    multiplatinum smash La Bamba - The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack.


    This stunning album is mastered impeccably by Joe Reagoso (Elvis Presley/Bo Diddley/
    Chuck Berry) from the Slash Records tapes and includes the original LP sized artwork, not seen
    since its original 1987 release.


    Los Lobos La Bamba The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Another rock soundtrack
    classic from your friends at Friday Music


    La Bamba!!!

    1. La Bamba (Los Lobos)
    2. Come On, Let's Go! (Los Lobos)
    3. Ooh My Head (Los Lobos)
    4. We Belong Together (Los Lobos)
    5. Framed (Los Lobos)
    6. Donna (Los Lobos)
    7. Lonely Teardrops (Howard Huntsberry)
    8. Crying Waiting Hoping (Marshall Crenshaw)
    9. Summertime Blues (Brian Setzer)
    10. Who Do You Love? (Bo Diddley)
    11. Charlena (Los Lobos)
    12. Goodnight My Love (Los Lobos)
    Various Artists
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  • Stand By Me (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) Stand By Me (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) Quick View

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    Stand By Me (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

    1986 was a big year for a huge blockbuster movie called
    Stand By Me. The Rob Reiner classic truly made way for the
    hit soundtrack companion LP, which sailed to the top of both
    the sales and airplay charts with the classic re-charting hit
    title track Stand By Me by the late great Ben E. King.


    The classic movie featured some of the biggest songs
    honoring the birth of rock and roll including Buddy Holly's
    worldwide smash hit single Everyday as well as The Silhouettes smash #1 Get a Job and
    The Coasters' rock champion Yakety Yak.


    As with our continuing expansion into the original movie soundtrack genres, Friday
    Music is very proud to announce the first time 180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl release of
    Stand By Me - The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack. This mega movie soundtrack
    rock classic comes with all of the great tunes you remember like Let the Good Times Roll
    by Shirley and Lee and Come Go With Me by The Del Vikings.


    This stunning album is mastered impeccably by Joe Reagoso (Elvis Presley/Sons of
    Anarchy/Brian Wilson) from the Atlantic Records tapes and includes the original LP sized
    artwork, not seen since its original 1986 release.


    Stand By Me The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Another amazing rock
    soundtrack classic from your friends at Friday Music


    Goodness Gracious, Great Balls Of Fire!

    1. Everyday (Buddy Holly)
    2. Let the Good Times Roll (Shirley and Lee)
    3. Come Go With Me (The Del Vikings)
    4. Whispering Bells (The Del Vikings)
    5. Get a Job (The Silhouettes)
    6. Lollipop (The Chordettes)
    7. Yakety Yak (The Coasters)
    8. Great Balls of Fire (Jerry Lee Lewis)
    9. Mr. Lee (The Bobbettes)
    10. Stand By Me (Ben E. King)
    Various Artists
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  • Aliens Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (Awaiting Repress) Aliens Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (Awaiting Repress) Quick View

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    Aliens Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (Awaiting Repress)

    The Academy Award-nominated score for Aliens is an appropriate musical companion to this wildly successful sequel. Much like the film, the soundtrack is a departure from the original, but equally beloved. Composer James Horner took the reigns from Jerry Goldsmith and made something his own: blending the suspense and horror that the franchise is known for, with an element of fun that is unique to this entry.This deluxe edition soundtrack features over a dozen cues that have never before been released on vinyl, including 5 bonus tracks. Commenting on the design, artist Killian Eng said, "I wanted the alien to play a big role but at the same time incorporate its shape into the materials of the space station, almost like it becomes the station itself, keeping the marines in a steady merciless grip."
    1. Main Title
    2. Bad Dreams
    3. Dark Discovery / Newt's Horror
    4. LV-426
    5. Combat Drop
    6. The Complex
    7. Atmosphere Station
    8. Med.Lab.
    9. Newt
    10. Sub-Level 3
    11. Ripley's Rescue
    12. Face Huggers
    13. Futile Escape
    14. Newt Is Taken
    15. Going After Newt
    16. The Queen
    17. Bishop's Countdown
    18. Queen To Bishop
    19. Resolution And Hyperspace


    Bonus Tracks:
    20. Bad Dreams (Alternate)
    21. Ripley's Rescue (Percussion Only)
    22. LV-426 (Alternate Edit - Film Version)
    23. Combat Drop (Percussion Only)
    24. Hyperspace (Alternate Ending)

    James Horner
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  • The Lost Boys Original Motion Picture Soundtrack The Lost Boys Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Quick View

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    The Lost Boys Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

    1987 was a big year for The Brat Pack once again and a huge eerie blockbuster movie called The Lost Boys. Its success truly made way for several hit songs featured on the amazing soundtrack companion LP, which rode the sales and airplay charts with multiple format hit records for over a year, as the album continues to thrill music fans decades later.


    The box office hit featured some of the biggest songs of that year with INXS & Jimmy Barnes hit single Good Times as well as 9 more champions like The Who s Roger Daltrey s stellar version of Elton John's Don't Let The Sun Go Down On Me and the classic techno rock smash Cry Little Sister (Theme from The Lost Boys) by Gerard McMann. Superstars like Echo & The Bunnymen also contributed to the hit soundtrack too with their fine interpretation of The Doors classic People Are Strange, plus the great Lou Graham of Foreigner knocks it out of the box with his power smash Lost In The Shadows (The Lost Boys) Through it all The Lost Boys LP will forever be known as one of rocks finest movie and musical soundtracks ever recorded.

    1. Good Times - INXS and Jimmy Barnes
    2. Lost in the Shadows (The Lost Boys) -Lou Gramm
    3. Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Me- Roger Daltrey
    4. Laying Down the Law -INXS and Jimmy Barnes

    5. People Are Strange Echo & the Bunnymen

    6. Cry Little Sister (Theme from The Lost Boys)- Gerard McMann

    7. Power Play -Eddie & the Tide

    8. I Still Believe -Tim Cappello

    9. Beauty Has Her Way -Mummy Calls

    10. To the Shock of Miss Louise -Thomas Newman
    Various Artists
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  • Logan's Run (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) Logan's Run (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) Quick View

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    Logan's Run (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

    Jerry Goldsmith's brilliant, witty, often very touching score for this 1976 big-budget science-fiction thriller was easily the best part of the movie. It's the first time this music -- a mix of hauntingly lyrical orchestral passages and electronic tonalities -- has been properly treated.

    - Bruce Eder (All Music Guide)


    Logan's Run is a 1976 American science fiction film directed by Michael Anderson and starring Michael York, Jenny Agutter, Richard Jordan, Roscoe Lee Browne, Farrah Fawcett, and Peter Ustinov. The screenplay by David Zelag Goodman was based on the novel of the same name by William F. Nolan and George Clayton Johnson. It depicts a dystopian future society in which population and the consumption of resources are managed and maintained in equilibrium by the simple expedient of killing everyone who reaches the age of thirty, preventing overpopulation. The story follows the actions of Logan 5, a Sandman, as he runs from society's lethal demand.

    1. The Dome
    2. On the Circuit
    3. The Sun
    4. Flameout
    5. The Monument
    6. You're Renewed
    7. Ice Sculpture
    8. Love Shop
    9. The Truth
    10. Intensive Care
    11. End Of the City
    12. Love Theme From Logan's Run
    Jerry Goldsmith
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  • Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Quick View

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    Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

    Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story is the soundtrack to the 1993 American biographical drama that tells the story of actor and martial artist Bruce Lee. The soundtrack for Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story was composed by Randy Edelman and is best known for its use in film trailers, particularly the love scene between Bruce and Linda and The Premiere of the Big Boss.
    1. Dragon Theme / A Father's Nightmare
    2. Yip Man's Kwoon
    3. Lee Hoi Chuen's Love
    4. Bruce And Linda
    5. The Challenge Fight Warm-Up
    6. Sailing On The South China Sea
    7. Fists Of Fury
    8. The Tao Of Jeet Kune Do
    9. Victory At Ed Parker's
    10. Chopsaki
    11. Brandon
    12. The Mountain Of Gold
    13. The Premiere Of The Big Boss
    14. Fighting Demons
    15. The Dragon's Heartbeat
    16. First Date
    17. The Hong Kong Cha-Cha
    Randy Edelman
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  • Deadworld Reborn (Picture Disc) Deadworld Reborn (Picture Disc) Quick View

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    Deadworld Reborn (Picture Disc)

    Limited to 1,000 Hand Numbered Pieces

    Limited Edition Picture Disc


    Mr. Dibbs has become one of the most respected and innovative turntablist/dj style producers in the
    game. Last year Mr. Dibbs died for approximately 53 seconds, one short month after the quiet release of
    Deadworld.


    Held up in the hospital for a few weeks, Dibbs was an inadvertent resident of an impromptu hip hop
    retirement home. Battling leukemia on the floor above him was his longtime friend Marcus "Skandal da
    Ruckus Man" Mitchell. An epic MC and producer, of equally epic bodily proportions, Skandal's heart
    was big, but his production skills and lyrical largesse were even bigger.


    Mr. Dibbs was found... in the strong lifeline we've all come to know and love as Skandal. Skandal lost
    his life in October last year, but even thru his passing he made Dibbs feel important enough to be reborn.
    'Deadword Reborn' was digitally released last november with all procceds going to Skandal's daughter.


    Now for the first time ever 'Deadworld Reborn' is available in physical form as a 12" picture disc vinyl.
    Limited to 1,000 hand numbered pieces and featuring a long list of artists and producers including
    Brother Ali, The Black Keys, Grayskul, Murs, JEL, Skandal Da Ruckus Man himself, along with
    many more.


    "What I could not see at the time was being reborn into the world of the living through someone else's
    full-circle leaving." -Dibbs

    A Side:
    1. Dead Side
    2. Inter...


    B Side:
    3. World Side
    4. Good Knight
    5. Where Pigs Fly

    Mr. Dibbs
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    Bad Magic (Picture Disc)

    Limited Edition Picture Disc


    Bristling with thunderous attitude, and some of the fiercest rhythms and riffs that'll assault your ears this year, Bad Magic demands that you fall to your knees and pray heartily that your senses don't get completely pulverized, because big-rig head crushers like the totemic and Motöranthemic "Thunder And Lightning" show that Motörhead is as strong, mean, loud, relentless, uncompromising and goddam heavy as ever. Drawing on their own vast catalog of road-warrior freewheeling rock'n'roll spirit, Bad Magic also strides confidently into some of the earlier attitudes of Motörmusic. There is the driving malevolence of "Choking On Your Screams" underscoring Lemmy in magnificently omnipotent vocal mood, "Electricity" carries a hefty chunk of punk attitude married with some of Phil Campbell's best lead work yet, and "Shoot Out All of Your Lights" screams devilish, greasy, biker-born-screw-you-and-yours attitude, Mikkey Dee's tribal drums pounding out a great path for more Kilmister proclamations. In this, their historic 40th year anniversary, Motörhead will also continue to gleefully deafen fans with a world tour, including a European Summer tour where they will debut brand new Motörclassic "Thunder & Lightning". The world might be in a state of turmoil and uncertainty, but Bad Magic is solid gold proof that you can always bet on Motörhead to deliver the greatest, leanest and meanest of goods through thick and thin.

    1. Victory Or Die
    2. Thunder & Lightning
    3. Fire Storm Hotel
    4. Shoot Out all of Your Lights
    5. The Devil
    6. Electricity
    7. Evil Eye
    8. Teach Them How To Bleed
    9. Till The End
    10. Tell Me Who To Kill
    11. Choking On Your Screams
    12. When The Sky Comes Looking For You
    13. Sympathy For The Devil
    Motorhead
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    Nothing Can Hurt Me (Soundtrack)

    2011's RSD saw an Omnivore vinyl reissue of the "test pressing" of Big Star's 1975 swansong Third, meticulously recreated right down to the master tape box and tracking sheets. Early in 2012, the band's frontman Alex Chilton was celebrated via the label's release of Free Again: The 1970 Sessions. Now, Omnivore is handling the soundtrack to the Magnolia Pictures documentary Big Star: Nothing Can Hurt Me, and it will premiere as a RSD-exclusive yellow double vinyl edition limited to 4,000 copies worldwide. The 2012 SXSW Film Festival selection tells the story of the ultimate cult band, a group that never saw any considerable commercial success but influenced an entire generation of pop musicians. Nothing Can Hurt Me chronicles Alex Chilton's ascent to fame


    As lead singer of The Box Tops through the recording of Big Star's three albums, to the 1978 death of Chilton's collaborator Chris Bell.


    The 21 previously unreleased tracks on the soundtrack's four vinyl sides encompass vintage unissued mixes, alternate takes, demos, and new mixes made for the motion picture of Big Star, Chilton and Bell songs. The soundtrack includes 21 previously unheard period mixes, new mixes made specifically for the film, and alternate takes and demos.

    LP1
    1. My Soul (Demo, 1973)
    2. Give Me Another Chance (Control Room Monitor Mix 1972)
    3. In The Street (Movie Mix, 2012)
    4. When My Baby's Beside Me (Alternate Mix 1972)
    5. Studio Banter (1972)
    6. Try Again (Movie Mix, 2012) - Rock City
    7. My Life Is Right (Alternate Mix, 1972)
    8. The Ballad Of El Goodo (Alternate Mix, 1972)
    9. Feel (Alternate Mix, 1972)
    10. Don't Lie To Me (Alternate Mix, 1972)
    11. Way Out West (Alternate Mix)


    LP2
    1. Thirteen (Alternate Mix, 1972)
    2. You Get What You Deserve (Alternate Mix, 1972)
    3. Holocaust (Rough Mix, 1974)
    4. Kanga Roo (Rough Mix, 1974)
    5. Stoke It Noel (Backward Intro, 1974)
    6. Big Black Car (Rough Mix, 1974)
    7. Better Save Yourself (Movie Mix, 2012) - Chris Bell
    8. I Am The Cosmos (Movie Mix, 2012) - Chris Bell
    9. All We Ever Got From Them Was Pain (Movie Mix, 2012) - Alex
    10. September Gurls (Movie Mix, 2012)

    Big Star
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    Nothing Can Hurt Me

    Limited Edition - on Translucent Yellow Vinyl


    2011's RSD saw an Omnivore vinyl reissue of the "test pressing" of Big Star's 1975 swansong Third, meticulously recreated right down to the master tape box and tracking sheets. Early in 2012, the band's frontman Alex Chilton was celebrated via the label's release of Free Again: The 1970 Sessions. Now, Omnivore is handling the soundtrack to the Magnolia Pictures documentary Big Star: Nothing Can Hurt Me, and it will premiere as a RSD-exclusive yellow double vinyl edition limited to 4,000 copies worldwide. The 2012 SXSW Film Festival selection tells the story of the ultimate cult band, a group that never saw any considerable commercial success but influenced an entire generation of pop musicians. Nothing Can Hurt Me chronicles Alex Chilton's ascent to fame


    As lead singer of The Box Tops through the recording of Big Star's three albums, to the 1978 death of Chilton's collaborator Chris Bell.


    The 21 previously unreleased tracks on the soundtrack's four vinyl sides encompass vintage unissued mixes, alternate takes, demos, and new mixes made for the motion picture of Big Star, Chilton and Bell songs. The soundtrack includes 21 previously unheard period mixes, new mixes made specifically for the film, and alternate takes and demos. For the limited, first-edition RSD pressing, the 2-LP set will be released on 180-gram RTI HQ translucent yellow vinyl, with mastering by Larry Nix at L. Nix Mastering. The project was overseen by the documentary's executive producer, John Fry, at the legendary Ardent Studios in Memphis.

    LP1
    1. My Soul (Demo, 1973)
    2. Give Me Another Chance (Control Room Monitor Mix 1972)
    3. In The Street (Movie Mix, 2012)
    4. When My Baby's Beside Me (Alternate Mix 1972)
    5. Studio Banter (1972)
    6. Try Again (Movie Mix, 2012) - Rock City
    7. My Life Is Right (Alternate Mix, 1972)
    8. The Ballad Of El Goodo (Alternate Mix, 1972)
    9. Feel (Alternate Mix, 1972)
    10. Don't Lie To Me (Alternate Mix, 1972)
    11. Way Out West (Alternate Mix)


    LP2
    1. Thirteen (Alternate Mix, 1972)
    2. You Get What You Deserve (Alternate Mix, 1972)
    3. Holocaust (Rough Mix, 1974)
    4. Kanga Roo (Rough Mix, 1974)
    5. Stoke It Noel (Backward Intro, 1974)
    6. Big Black Car (Rough Mix, 1974)
    7. Better Save Yourself (Movie Mix, 2012) - Chris Bell
    8. I Am The Cosmos (Movie Mix, 2012) - Chris Bell
    9. All We Ever Got From Them Was Pain (Movie Mix, 2012) - Alex
    10. September Gurls (Movie Mix, 2012)

    Big Star
    $72.99
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    O Brother, Where Art Thou? Soundtrack (Picture Disc)


    Picture Disc


    O Brother, Where Art Thou? is the soundtrack of music from the 2000 American film of the same name, written, directed and produced by the Coen Brothers and starring George Clooney, John Turturro, Tim Blake Nelson and John Goodman.



    With the film set in Mississippi during the Great Depression, the soundtrack uses American bluegrass, country and folk music appropriate to the time period. With the exception of a few vintage tracks such as Harry McClintock's 1928 single Big Rock Candy Mountain, most tracks are modern recordings. Produced by T-Bone Burnett.

    1. Po Lazarus -- James Carter & The Prisoners
    2. Big Rock Candy Mountain -- Harry Mcclintock
    3. You Are My Sunshine -- Norman Blake
    4. Down To The River To Pray -- Alison Krauss
    5. I Am A Man Of Constant Sorrow -- The Soggy Bottom Boys
    6. Hard Time Killing Floor Blues -- Chris Thomas King
    7. I Am A Man Of Constant Sorrow -- Norman Blake
    8. Keep On The Sunny Side -- The Whites
    9. I'll Fly Away -- Alison Krauss And Gillian Welch
    10. Didn't Leave Nobody But The Baby -- Emmylou Harris, Alison Krauss, And Gillian Welch
    11. In The Highways -- Sarah, Hannah, And Leah Peasall
    12. I Am Weary (let Me Rest) -- The Cox Family
    13. I Am A Man Of Constant Sorrow -- John Hartford
    14. O Death -- Ralph Stanley
    15. In The Jailhouse Now -- The Soggy Bottom Boys
    16. I Am A Man Of Constant Sorrow -- The Soggy Bottom Boys
    17. Indian War Whoop -- John Hartford
    18. Lonesome Valley -- Fairfield Four
    19. Angel Band -- The Stanley Brothers
    Various Artists
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    The 2nd Law

    Muse didn't set out to make the most gloriously ambitious album of their career. How could they have? The band who dreamt up Supermassive Black Hole, Knights Of Cydonia and the three-part Exogenesis symphony were already well-versed in going One Louder. Any wilder, any further out there, and Muse would risk incineration by a dwarf star of their own making.


    But you don't become one of the biggest bands on this planet - in excess of 15 million albums sales worldwide, 5 MTV Europe Awards, 2 Brit Awards, 8 NME Awards, 5 Q Awards, 4 Kerrang Awards and winner of the Best Rock Album Grammy 2011; No 1 in 19 countries with 2009's The Resistance; filler of arena and stadia across the world - by sitting on your hands.


    So when Muse approached the making of their sixth studio album, they wouldn't stint on the choirs, strings and horn sections. And be reassured: guitar-shredding, piano-thumping, orchestra-arranging, book-chewing, big-thinking Matt Bellamy, as the band's chief songwriter, didn't lower his sights from The Big Picture nor ignore The Precious Details. And nor were the trio afraid of giving space to a brilliant new element to their sound - songs written and sung by bass player Chris Wolstenholme.


    But what the Devon-born band of schoolfriends did do different was this: they made things easy for themselves. For the first time since the dawn of their career in smalltown England 18 years ago, all three members were living in the same place during the making of an album. Domiciled in and around London, they block-booked a recording studio - Air - and came and went as they pleased.


    This time, the only clock Muse had to beat was their own internal band rhythm. They had the days and weeks and space to experiment, explore ideas, rig up massive in-studio PA systems, hire in remixers, play with pedals, and (technical term alert!) fanny around to their hearts' content.

    1. Supremacy
    2. Madness
    3. Panic Station
    4. Prelude
    5. Survival
    6. Follow Me
    7. Animals
    8. Explorers
    9. Big Freeze
    10. Save Me
    11. Liquid State
    12. The 2nd Law: Unsustainable
    13. The 2nd Law: Isolated System
    Muse
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    Sundown Heaven Town (Deluxe)

    McGraw takes us back to that place with Sundown Heaven Town, his thirteenth studio album (and second release for Big Machine Records).


    I picture a little town, like the one I grew up in, he says of the album's picturesque title. It's late in the afternoon. Sunset. Maybe some kids are playing baseball, and their family members are in the stands. You're at the point where the working week has given way to the weekend. That's my idea of sundown in heaven town.


    Sundown Heaven Town pays tribute to those two decades, putting a new stamp on all of the sounds the revved-up country rockers, the nostalgic ballads, the down-home numbers that have made McGraw one of the best-selling country artists of the modern era.


    From the banjo riff that kicks off the opening track, Overrated, to the digital percussion that pushes Lookin' for that Girl into pop-influence territory, Sundown Heaven Town mixes the old with the new, the rustic with the modern, the organic with the electric. It's a country record, in other words... with all the twists and turns we've come to expect from someone who's been at the top of the genre since 1994.


    This album is very encompassing of everything that I've done in my career, McGraw explains. It's a good microcosm of what my 20 years in music has been. You can hear parts of my career throughout all these songs, as well as the future and where my music is headed.


    Sundown Heaven Town also shines a light on the family, friends, and collaborators who've played roles in McGraw's career. His first cousin, Catherine Dunn, joins him on Diamonds Rings and Old Barstools, a classic-sounding country ballad about love on the rocks. His wife of 18 years, Faith Hill, lends her award-winning vocals to Meanwhile Back at Mama's, which doubles as the album's first chart-topper. Longtime friend Kid Rock makes an appearance, too, raising a rootsy ruckus on the bonus track Lincoln Continentals and Cadillacs.


    I love being able to collaborate with great people, he says. To be in a place in your career where you can call up somebody like Keith Urban or Kid Rock and ask them to play or sing on a song with you, and they do it... How cool is that?


    Several months before the album's release, McGraw launched the Sundown Heaven Town 2014 Tour, giving the singer a chance to perform some of the album's songs long before they hit stores. After spending countless summers on the road McGraw knew that his new songs deserved to be heard not only on the radio, or in a pair of fans' earbuds, but on stage. After all, there's an immediacy to Sundown's faster tunes, an anthemic vibe that owes just as much to the amphitheater as the honky tonk.


    A family man and devoted husband, McGraw also shines a light on his softer side with tracks like Words are Medicine and Portland, Maine. He recorded his vocal parts for the latter song in just 10 minutes. The result is a wounded, wistful ballad, driven forward not by a drumbeat, but an acoustic guitar. McGraw may look larger than life while standing onstage... but when he sings about heartache, he sounds just as vulnerable as the rest of us. Maybe that's why he considers Portland, Maine one of the album's best songs, a difficult distinction to make on a record that spawned three hit singles before the album's release.


    From start to finish, Sundown Heaven Town tips its cowboy hat to the traditions of country music, then tosses a some new ingredients into the mix. The result is a melting pot of everything Tim McGraw does best. It's a country album for 2014, anchored by a fondness for the genre and the desire to push it into uncharted territory. More than anything else, it's proof that artists can sound contemporary without chasing after current trends. After all, trends don't last but songs do. Especially songs like these.

    1. Overrated
    2. City Lights
    3. Shotgun Rider
    4. Dust
    5. Diamond Rings and Old Barstools with Catherine Dunn
    6. Words Are Medicine
    7. Sick Of Me
    8. Meanwhile Back At Mama's feat. Faith Hill

    9. Keep On Truckin'
    10. Last Turn Home

    11. Portland, Maine
    12. Lookin' For That Girl
    13. Still On The Line (No Ghost Ending)
    14. Lincoln Continentals and Cadillacs duet with Kid Rock
    15. Kids Today
    16. I'm Feelin' You
    17. The View
    18. Black Jacket
    Tim McGraw
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    Dawning

    Might the time finally be right for Mouth of the Architect? For a decade, the Ohio band has largely been ghettoized to cult status, familiar to Midwestern kids or those paying more than casual attention to what's clumsily called "post-metal," at least post-Isis. Between 2004 and 2008, Mouth of the Architect released three rather convincing-- if sometimes haphazardly indulgent-- records of unified doom and grace. Dependent upon extreme dynamics and grand composition, with track lengths that ticked into the teens and albums that stretched past the hour mark, Mouth of the Architect seemed like a natural recipient of the same "brainy metal" laurels then distributed by outlets as illustrious as The New York Times.


    But the ascendance never came, and since 2008's teetering Quietly, the band instead lingered at the threshold of self-destruction. They released an EP in 2010, but, as a revealing Invisible Oranges look into the band's last half-decade suggests, they mostly tried not to die-- as a group, really, or as people. "Some of us were convinced that the end was coming, either the big picture or individually," drummer Dave Mann told Brad Sanders. "Some of us, me in particular, were in a downward spiral in a lot of ways."


    The appropriately titled new album Dawning is their first in five years and their first featuring bassist Evan Danielson. It's also their best work to date, a fully realized resurrection. Dawning showcases a band that now moves with an intricacy and immediacy that indicate just what Mouth of the Architect is: a veteran group comprising members with long rÉsumÉs, who've now gotten a chance to begin again and know what to do with it. A wonder of tension and release, Dawning is designed to throw listeners into tailspins and, then, to lift them above the mess. That drama not only reflects the survival of the band that stuck around long enough to make this album but also of a group that's now pushed past the cloister of post-metal: Despite the hardened visage of tough-guy screams, burly guitar tones, and Mann's aggressive drumming, Dawning is a compulsively likable record, full of anthems meant for memorizing and environments meant for immersion. (Hell, "Sharpen Your Axes" could pass for millennial Incubus.) If you've ever liked Isis there's plenty for you here; on the other hand, if you like, say, Abbey Road-- or any music that tries to outstrip the structure of a single song while not abandoning its magnetism-- Dawning deserves your time, too.
    Should the metal prefixes "progressive" or even "post-" suggest long-winded, self-invested excursions nestled within songs that require an almanac, scrap the notion for Dawning. Yes, these songs stretch between seven and 11 minutes each, but even the longest, centerpiece "How This Will End, hinges upon narrative thrust and musical selflessness. If there are any guitar solos here at all, they come toward the start and the finish of "How This Will End, when a neon electric tone arches over a mounting cavalcade of drums and bass. Rather than serve as breaks in the momentum, though, both passages lead tremendous swells that rise to meet the troika of vocalists in another instance of triumph. Not one moment among these 11 minutes seems squandered or lost, as the quintet keeps rising and falling, churning and rebuilding.


    Opener "Lullabye" establishes that principle from the jump, or as soon as traipsing acoustic guitar and twinkling piano concede to a heroic riff wrapped within three-part, gang-style harmonies. Mouth of the Architect move constantly between parts; at various points, they leap from near-silence to a quake viscous enough to make plenty of stoner metal sound thin, from guitar leads that suggest Chicago blues moan to math-rock redirection. Behind the kit, Mann serves as the expert rudder, keeping the songs steady even as he navigates the transfers. This constant swivel also depends upon the split vocal duties of Steve Brooks, Kevin Schindel, and Jason Watkins. They trade verses, flip-flopping between pristine radio rock leads and malevolent growls, sometimes only for a line at the time. They often share choruses, delivering them the sort of group-vocal abandon that hints at a darkened Danielson Family. Their singing-- here, more charged and urgent than it's ever been-- gives all of the band's moving pieces a through-line from one side to the other.


    Talk of the tide of intelligent or somehow otherwise-elevated heavy music hasn't faded during Mouth of the Architect's temporary absence. Though both Sunn O))) and the late Isis have only released one album since MotA's last one, the acceptance of and debate over nominally black metal acts such as Liturgy, Wolves in the Throne Room, Krallice and Deafheaven has kept that conversation current. Mouth of the Architect only nods to that au courant talking point during Dawning, most notably with the blizzard of tremolo guitars that open "It Swarms" and the clattering way the band emerges from an instrumental break during "Sharpen Your Axes". But at the very least, Dawning deserves mention alongside Deafheaven's Sunbather, a record that's most notable for its holistic approach to drama and romance and the complete cinema of itself. Mouth of the Architect has long written from a vantage of imminent apocalypse, a perspective Dawning does not forego. There's talk of collapsing systems and prevailing darkness, spent luck and idolized disrepair. But at record's end, when Mouth of the Architect's three singers trade and share lines about risking it all even if they come up short, it's hard not to hear a core of redemption and potential hope within the music itself. And after returning from the brink to make one of the year's most rapturous records, metal or post-metal or whatever, there had better be.

    - Grayson Currin (Pitchfork)

    1. Lullabye
    2. It Swarms
    3. Sharpen Your Eyes
    4. How Will This End
    5. Patterns
    6. The Other Son
    Mouth Of The Architect
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    Bestiary


    12" Picture Disc with Full Color
    Custom Printed Obi-Card in
    Plastic PVC Jacket


    Exclusive
    Holographic Trading Card


    After 3 years in remission, Hail Mary Mallon has returned, iller than ever.
    Comprised of two of the most verbose MC's in Hip-Hop today- Aesop Rock and
    Rob Sonic- Hail Mary Mallon prepares to unleash their second full-length release,
    Bestiary. Individually, these two lyricists are well known for wordy expressions
    eliciting oft-despondent themes. Together, however, they appear to push one
    another to the limits of humorously witty wordplay, while simultaneously crafting
    complex rhyme patterns. The very title of the album, Bestiary, was inspired by the
    fact that they both went into beast mode, here.


    The group's hunger comes across in more than just the lyrics, though. With both
    Aesop & Rob sharing production duties, the album is laden with hypnotic beats
    ranging from dense & murky to melodic & twisting, all complemented by the cutting
    precision of turntablist DJ Big Wiz. As if all that wasn't enough, there's the artwork-
    a masterpiece taxidermy gallery of outlandish beasts, conceived and illustrated by
    the talented Coro.

    1. Jonathan
    2. Krill
    3. Used Cars
    4. Dollywood
    5. The Soup
    6. 4AM
    7. Hang Ten
    8. Whales
    9. Merlin
    10. Picture Day
    11. Kiln
    12. King Cone
    13. Octoberfest
    14. The Red List
    Hail Mary Mallon
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    Early Years

    Sierra Records presents their most ambitious project ever, literally in the works for decades, with the Gram Parsons The Early Years Box Set. This exclusive, collectors edition is packaged in a 12 x 12 high gloss full color, rigid deluxe, presentation box, containing 4 distinct discs: CD1: Gram Parsons The Early Years Vol. 1 & 2; CD2: Big Mouth Blues - A Conversation with Gram Parsons; DVD: rare and only performance of Gram Parsons and the Fallen Angels; and Gram Parsons The Early Years Volume 1 picture disc vinyl. The set also includes a new 24 page color booklet/pictorial and posters!


    CD1 is the first ever release on compact disc of the now classic and ground breaking, Gram Parsons The Early Years Volume 1 (1963-65) folk recordings of Gram Parsons and the Shilos with all original tracks from the 1979 LP. Added to these original ten tracks, will be the never released in any format, Volume 2 of lost early recordings focusing on Gram's solo efforts recorded by Dick Weissman including several never before heard Parsons' compositions! Continuing on this expanded compact disc are recordings by Gram Parsons & The Like, his experimental band from his brief stay in late 1965 at Harvard University. This includes a rare performance with the late actor, turned singer, Brandon deWilde. Closing out this disc is the holy grail of lost Gram Parsons recordings; Brandon deWilde singing lead, with Gram on Do Right Woman and Hickory Wind.


    CD2 features Big Mouth Blues: A Conversation with Gram Parsons, a full color digipak packaged release of a 76 minute interview with Gram Parsons conducted in 1972. He speaks about his musical influences, his formation of the eclectic, International Submarine Band, his part in creating and encouraging the Byrds' Sweetheart of the Rodeo album, his hopes for and disappointments with, the iconoclast Flying Burrito Brothers, his plans for a solo career and his enduring musical vision. Hearing his story in his own words and voice will give you a better glimpse of Gram Parsons, the man.


    The accompanying DVD features the official release of the original video tape of the rare and only performance of Gram Parsons and the Fallen Angels. Though the video quality was not very good to begin with, the aging video tape has been enhanced utilizing today's newest digital video technology. Additional never seen before, non-performance footage from the show has been added which includes longer introductions by Gram on stage. As an added bonus, a very rare video performance closes the DVD with Gram performing a lip sync version of Hot Burrito #1.


    The long lost, recently discovered 1979 picture disc vinyl LP features Gram Parsons The Early Years, Volume 1 with a color picture of Gram on Side 1 and on Side 2 the original full color Sierra-Briar Records orange crate' logo. Originally conceived in April of 1979, only one test pressing of the disc existed until now! The disc is playable on any phonograph turntable, recorded and pressed in magnificent Mono. But there is more! This collector's vinyl disc is even more unique as the disc was pressed on 180g pure virgin vinyl, highly sought after today by audiophiles everywhere! It is packaged in it's own clear plastic sleeve.


    Booklet: A new 24 page booklet/pictorial with additional accompanying notes and featuring photographs by noted Life Magazine photographer Ted Polumbaum. Entitled Gram Parsons at Harvard - Fall 1965 with commentary by Harvard grad (Class of 1968) and fellow Gram classmate, David Johnson, these never before seen, let alone published, photographs capture Gram's brief stay as an incoming freshman at Harvard University in the Fall of 1965. See Gram at his desk studying, going to class, hanging out with teachers and students, playing his guitar, composing new songs plus photos of Gram Parsons and the Like (John Nuese, Ian Dunlap, Mickey Gauvin, Tom Scott). Commissioned by Life/Look Magazine for a proposed pictorial on the incoming college freshmen of 1965, these photos are incredible and Gram never looked better. These were photographs were shot just days before he would leave Harvard to head for New York moving in with new found music contemporary, Brandon deWilde, famed actor and now budding country singer!


    Posters: Folded posters of Gram Parsons at the Chateau Marmont 1969 (24 x 36 poster) and two versions of the Pete Frame's Gram Parsons Rock Family Tree The Grievous Angel and Gram & Emmylou (both posters are 18x 24).

    CD1: Gram Parsons The Early Years Volume 1 & 2
    1. I May Be Right
    2. Big Country
    3. Zah's Blues
    4. Mary Don't You Weep
    5. Bells of Rhymney
    6. Goin' Away, Don't You Want To Go
    7. They Still Go Down
    8. On My Journey Home
    9. Surfinanny
    10. Oh, Didn't They Crucify My Lord
    11. The Great Silkie
    12. Race With The Wind
    13. The Rains Come Down
    14. Hand Within The Glove
    15. Rolling Stone
    16. Darkest Years
    17. That Kind of Livin'
    18. A River Is Made Out of Raindrops
    19. I Can't Take It Any More (Gram Parsons & the Like)
    20. Remember
    21. Together Again (Brandon deWilde with Gram Parsons & the Like)


    CD2: Big Mouth Blues - A Conversation with Gram Parsons


    DVD: Gram Parsons and the Fallen Angels
    1. Big Mouth Blues
    2. New Soft Shoe
    3. Streets Of Baltimore
    4. Six Dasy On The Road
    5. Hot Burrito #1 (bonus)


    Picture Disc Vinyl LP
    1. I May Be Right
    2. Big Country
    3. Zah's Blues
    4. Mary Don't You Weep
    5. Bells of Rhymney
    6. Goin' Away, Don't You Want To Go
    7. They Still Go Down
    8. On My Journey Home
    9. Surfinanny
    10. Oh, Didn't They Crucify My Lord

    Gram Parsons
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    Searching For Sugar Man (On Sale)

    The story remains one of the music world's most unusual tales of the 1970s: an obscure debut LP by a Detroit singer-songwriter becomes a source of hope and inspiration to the anti-Apartheid movement in South Africa. Now, the story of Rodriguez and his cult album Cold Fact is the basis for Searching For Sugar Man, a riveting new documentary by filmmaker Malik Bendjelloul. Light In The Attic Records in partnership with Sony Legacy are honored to announce the release of the original motion picture soundtrack, comprising tracks from Cold Fact and its 1971 follow-up Coming From Reality - both reissued in 2008 and 2009 by Light In The Attic. The soundtrack begins with the otherworldly "Sugar Man" and acts as a primer to this long-overlooked musician's fusion of gritty funk, political poetry and blissful psych-folk.


    Searching For Sugar Man, a Red Box Films & Passion Pictures Production in association with Canfield Pictures & The Documentary Company, distributed by Sony Pictures Classics in the U.S., was a big hit at this year's Sundance Film Festival where it won the world documentary audience award and a special jury award, and then went on to screen at SXSW, Tribeca, and the Sheffield Doc Fest. The film opens in New York, Los Angeles, and London (via Studio Canal) on July 27th and will play in other cities throughout the coming months. For a complete release schedule, visit the film's website: www.SearchingForSugarManMovie.com.


    Back in the late '60s, Rodriguez was discovered in a Detroit bar by renowned producers Dennis Coffey and Mike Theodore. They recorded a 1970 album that they believed was going to secure his reputation as one of the greatest recording artists of his generation. Instead, Cold Fact bombed, and despite the release of a second LP, entitled Coming From Reality and produced by Steve Rowland, Rodriguez drifted into obscurity, even being subject to some fantastic rumors of a dramatic onstage death.


    Cold Fact took on a life of its own when a bootleg recording found its way into apartheid-era South Africa. Banned by the government, the album became a country-wide phenomenon over the next two decades, and the soundtrack to a resistance movement of liberal African youth. Back in Detroit, working in construction and renovation (he also ran for mayor), Rodriguez was totally unaware that he was not just a folk hero but a household name thousands of miles away.


    Decades later, two South African fans, Stephen 'Sugar' Segerman and Craig Bartholomew-Strydom set out to find out what really happened to their hero, and their investigation led them to a story more extraordinary than any of the many myths they'd heard. Their story forms the basis of Searching For Sugar Man.


    Both sides of the story, Rodriguez's life in Detroit and the subsequent impact of his music in South Africa, proved fascinating to Stockholm-based documentary filmmaker Malik Bendjelloul. His short documentary films for Swedish Television's international cultural weekly show Kobra became the basis for such films as Men Who Stare At Goats (George Clooney) and The Terminal (Tom Hanks). The evolution of the financing, production, and filming of Searching For Sugar Man is as fascinating and complex as the life of Rodriguez himself.


    "I describe myself as 'musico-politico'," Rodriguez said recently. "I was born and bred in Detroit, four blocks from the city center. Back then, I was influenced by the urban sounds that were going on around me all the time. Music is art and art is a cultural force. As far as my work from Detroit comparing to the South African Apartheid, the similarities echo. The placards of the 1970s in the United States read things like: We Want Jobs and Stop the War - I was looking at the music from a working class perspective that was relevant, as it turns out, to the kids in South Africa."

    1. Sugar Man
    2. Crucify Your Mind
    3. Cause
    4. I Wonder
    5. Like Janis
    6. This Is Not A Song, It's an Outburst: Or, The Establishment Blues
    7. Can't Get Away
    8. I Think of You
    9. Inner City Blues
    10. Lifestyles - Sandrevan Lullaby
    11. Street Boy
    12. A Most Disgusting Song
    13. I'll Slip Away
    14. Jane S. Piddy
    Rodriguez
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    Black Beach

    Come to a beach party Excepter-style! The Black Beach soundtrack LP features a DVD of the motion picture of the same name--BLACK BEACH shot by Harrison Owen of the open-air performances conducted by Excepter in Big Sur during its 2008 West Coast tour. Bonus video footage includes the full show of Excepter at The Echo in Los Angeles and other surprises.
    1.sand dollar

    2.castle morro

    3.pismo pool

    4.the black beach

    5.(waves)
    Excepter
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    Blueprint

    Blueprint from 1973 presents a well-rounded picture of Gallagher's eclectic influences. Muddy Waters, Big Bill Broonzy, Roy Head are all shown their due. Includes the brooding 'Seventh Son Of The Seventh Son', which locks the band in a swampy groove for over eight mintues!



    • Import

    • Remastered

    1. Walk On Hot Coals
    2. Daughter Of The Everglades
    3. Banker's Blues
    4. Hands Off


    1. Race The Breeze
    2. Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son

    3. Unmilitary Two-Step
    4. If I Had A Reason

    Rory Gallagher
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