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    The Script

    The Script is made up of three Irish lads from Dublin who are now currently based out of London, England.


    The trio's music boasts the kind of artful twists sure to turn all preconceptions on their head. This is a whole new brand of Celtic Soul, blending Hip Hop lyrical flow with Pop melodiousness, state-of-the-art R&B production with anthemic Rock dynamics, classic song construction with gritty contemporary narratives.


    It's got all the emotion and passion you would expect from across the Irish sea, but it is glittering in its modernity, universal in its singalong addictiveness and global in its syncopation, music for the feet, heart and head.


    This 11 track album showcases the band's fine talent with a batch of beautifully written songs.

    1. We Cry
    2. Before the Worst
    3. Talk You Down
    4. The Man Who Can't Be Moved
    5. Breakeven
    6. Rusty Halo
    7. The End Where I Begin
    8. Fall For Anything
    9. If You See Kay
    10. I'm Yours
    The Script
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    Freedom Child (Pre-Order)

    Freedom Child is the new album from The Script, and is the band's fifth full length album. Freedom Child sees the band presenting a collection of urgent, timely, future-facing anthems that speak of both real-life events and real-time sonic adventurism. The album was recorded between London and Los Angeles and for the first time, the band chose to work with an A List of co-writers and producers.

    Freedom Child is the follow up to the band s 2014 release, No Sound Without Silence. The new album is being launched with the new single and video, Rain, an infectious cloudburst of rhythmically-taut, piano-tinged pop with the kind of irresistible chorus that has become a trademark of the tight-knit band.

    1. No Man Is An Island
    2. Rain
    3. Arms Open
    4. Rock The World
    5. Mad Love
    6. Deliverance
    7. Divided States of America
    8. Wonders
    9. Love Not Lovers
    10. Eden
    11. Makeup
    12. Written In The Scars
    13. Awakening
    14. Freedom Child
    The Script
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    Science & Faith

    Follow-up to The Script's debut album from Dubliners Danny O'Donoghue, Mark Sheehan and Glen Power. For The First Time is the lead track and is the inspirational key to The Script's second album Science & Faith - an addictive blend of hip hop rhythms, flowing melodies, sparkling hooks and poignant, story-spinning lyrics, with Danny's mellifluous soulful vocals riding high over huge, anthemic choruses. Finding weighty, emotion-packed mini-epics came thick and fast, Science & Faith is far from a difficult second album.
    1. You Won't Feel A Thing
    2. For the First Time
    3. Nothing
    4. Science & Faith
    5. If You Ever Come Back
    1. Long Gone and Moved On
    2. Dead Man Walking
    3. This = Love
    4. Walk Away
    5. Exit Wounds
    The Script
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    #3

    #3 follows up The Script's critically acclaimed 2010 Science & Faith album, which rocketed to No. 3 on Billboard's Top 200 and led to a string of sold out US tour dates in Fall 2011. Science and Faith debuted at #1 in Ireland and the UK.


    The Script have enjoyed an epic rise to fame following the success of their 2008 self-titled debut album and their massive platinum selling single, Breakeven. That single rewrote history on Billboard's Adult Pop Songs airplay radio chart, taking the #1 spot, where the song completed a record-setting 36 week rise to the summit. Impressively, the band has sold over five million singles in the US, and has played stadium shows with Paul McCartney and their mentors, U2.

    1. Good Ol' Days
    2. Six Degrees of Separation
    3. Hall of Fame (feat. will.i.am)
    4. If You Cold See Me Now
    5. Glowing
    6. Give the Love Around
    7. Broken Arrow
    8. Kaleidoscope
    9. No Words
    10. Millionaires
    The Script
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    The Photo Album


    Newly Reissued 180 Gram Version


    Released in 2000, We Have the Facts and We're Voting Yes delivered on the promise of You Can Play These Songs with Chords and Something About Airplanes. For once, a band's popularity grew commensurate with its maturation. Despite the heightened attention, singer/songwriter/guitarist Ben Gibbard next let loose Death Cab for Cutie's finest moment, Photobooth, the lead track on the sparkling Forbidden Love EP. New fans worldwide swooned under its beguiling romantic rise 'n' fall and its lingering, bittersweet, wallet-sized artifact. And though it wouldn't have killed them to include Photobooth here -- for its spotless greatness and thematic likeness -- The Photo Album's ten tracks are of the EP's heightened caliber. Gibbard's words screen intriguing mini-films of the mind, stoked by corresponding daydreamy music. An exquisite liaison of the British penchant for ringing, knelling, subconscious guitars and direct/grittier American drive, the band is tight, evocative, and inventive. Bassist Nick Harmer and drummer Michael Schorr lock in creative rhythmic bases, while Gibbard and Chris Walla's guitar work gives the band climactic, cinematic coloring shades. And, in the end, it's Gibbard's remarkable abilities as a writer and singer that are on display most. Each word draws you in via his sweet, thoughtful guy voice. The solo 1:47 opener, Steadier Footing, is merely a starter course, but it feels like an entrÉe: And this is the chance I never got/To make a move, but we just talk is only one measure of the chances/plans/dreams/connections and relationships that have eluded him or fizzled. Reeled in, one is left to look back over one's own smoldering wreckage, of opportunities or attachments lost -- much as A Movie Script Ending's abrupt turn Passing through unconscious states/When I awoke I was on the highway somehow segues into the couplet With your hands on my shoulders/A meaningless movement, a movie script ending. Like Photobooth, it's a typically sobering, adverse assessment of how unromantic the romanticized can become. That it's a great pop song, arresting in its jerky wobble, is just another point in its, and this LP's, favor. The world needs more superb pop with brains and heart and emotional complexity.

    - Jack Rabid (All Music)

    1. Steadier Footing
    2. A Movie Script Ending
    3. We Laugh Indoors
    4. Information Travels Faster
    5. Why You'd Want To Live Here
    6. Blacking Out The Friction
    7. I Was A Kaleidoscope
    8. Styrofoam Plates
    9. Coney Island
    10. Debate Exposes Doubt
    Death Cab For Cutie
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    Noise

    BORIS has always demolished expectations of what a band can do musically and aesthetically. In keeping with that tradition, they again flip the script for the band's first official release in three years buy serving up their most all-encompassing effort to date. Noise is an amplification of BORIS' endless pursuit of musical extremes while moving aggressive, intense rock into new territories.
    1. Melody
    2. Vanilla
    3. Ghost of Romance
    4. Heavy Rain
    5. Taiyo no Baka
    6. Angel
    7. Quicksilver
    8. Siesta
    Boris
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  • TEST - Freedom Child (Pre-Order) TEST - Freedom Child (Pre-Order) Quick View

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    TEST - Freedom Child (Pre-Order)

    Freedom Child is the new album from The Script, and is the band's fifth full length album. Freedom Child sees the band presenting a collection of urgent, timely, future-facing anthems that speak of both real-life events and real-time sonic adventurism. The album was recorded between London and Los Angeles and for the first time, the band chose to work with an A List of co-writers and producers.

    Freedom Child is the follow up to the band s 2014 release, No Sound Without Silence. The new album is being launched with the new single and video, Rain, an infectious cloudburst of rhythmically-taut, piano-tinged pop with the kind of irresistible chorus that has become a trademark of the tight-knit band.

    1. No Man Is An Island
    2. Rain
    3. Arms Open
    4. Rock The World
    5. Mad Love
    6. Deliverance
    7. Divided States of America
    8. Wonders
    9. Love Not Lovers
    10. Eden
    11. Makeup
    12. Written In The Scars
    13. Awakening
    14. Freedom Child
    The Script
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  • Sho-Jo-Ji / Charumera Sobaya Sho-Jo-Ji / Charumera Sobaya Quick View

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    Sho-Jo-Ji / Charumera Sobaya

    Blue Series 7 single by the awesome, all female, Japanese, rock group, The 5,6,7,8's! Yoshiko Ronnie Fujiyama, Omo The Screaming Chellio Panther, Sachiko The Geisha Girl and Mabo the 88, (that's the 5.6.7.8's if you're into the whole brevity thing) present two of their finest sides to date Sho-Jo-Ji (The Hungry Raccoon) a song so infectious you'll be singing it over and over until everyone around you goes mad and Charumera Sobaya (The Soba Song) an equally great jam about noodles. Who doesn't love noodles? In Japan these are considered quirky novelty songs, but leave it to these girls to flip the script and in the process breathe a whole new life into the songs. Produced by long time super-fan Jack White.
    1. Sho-Jo-Ji (The Hungry Raccoon)
    2. Charumera Sobaya (The Soba Song)
    The 5, 6, 7, 8'S
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  • My Fair Lady (Expanded) My Fair Lady (Expanded) Quick View

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    My Fair Lady (Expanded)


    First Pressing Of 750 Copies On 180 Pink Vinyl, Black Vinyl Thereafter


    Gatefold Sleeve


    Includes 11 Bonus Tracks


    PVC Protective Sleeve


    The eponymous stage musical My Fair Lady (1956) got a very successful film adaption in 1964 starring Audrey Hepburn and Rex Harrison. Based on the original script by Frederick Loewe, the film won eight Oscars and three Golden Globes. Composed by Alan Jay Lerner (lyrics) and Frederick Loewe (music), the songs were performed by both the film cast and guest singers Marni Nixon & Bill Shirley and were supervised by German pianist, conductor and composer AndrÉ Previn.


    The story about Eliza Doolitte, a Cockney flower girl who takes speech lessons so the she may pass as a lady, now gets an expanded Music On Vinyl At The Movies release.

    LP 1
    1. Overture
    2. Why Can't The English?
    3. Wouldn't It Be Loverly
    4. The Flower Market
    5. I'm An Ordinary Man
    6. With A Little Bit Of Luck
    7. Just You Wait
    8. Servants' Chorus
    9. The Rain In Spain
    10. I Could Have Danced All Night
    11. Ascot Gavotte
    12. Ascot Gavotte (Reprise)
    13. On The Street Where You Live
    14. Intermission


    LP 2
    1. The Transylvanian March
    2. The Embassy Waltz
    3. You Did It
    4. Just You Wait (Reprise)
    5. On The Street Where You Live (Reprise)
    6. Show Me
    7. The Flowermarket
    8. Get Me To The Church On Time
    9. A Hymn To Him
    10. Without You
    11. I've Grown Accustomed To Her Face
    12. End Titles
    13. Exit Music

    Various Artists
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  • Ghettoville Ghettoville Quick View

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    Ghettoville

    Ghettoville is the bleached out and black tinted conclusion of the Actress image.


    Where the demands of writing caught the artist slumped and reclined, devoid of any soul, acutely aware of the simulated prism that required breakout.


    Four albums in and the notes and compositions no longer contain decipherable language.


    The scripts now carry tears, the world has returned to a flattened state, and out through that window, the birds look back into the cage they once inhabited.


    Spitting flames behind a white wall of silence.


    The machines have turned to stone, data reads like an obituary to its user.


    A fix is no longer a release, it's a brittle curse. Zero satisfaction, no teeth, pseudo artists running rampant, but the path continues.


    R.I.P Music 2014.

    1. Forgiven
    2. Street Corp.
    3. Corner
    4. Rims
    5. Contagious
    6. Birdcage
    7. Our
    8. Time
    9. Towers
    10. Gaze
    11. Skyline
    12. Image
    13. Don't
    14. Rap
    15. Frontline
    16. Rule
    Actress
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  • Ghettoville - Box Set Ghettoville - Box Set Quick View

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    Ghettoville - Box Set

    Box Set Includes:


    Ghettoville (3LP + CD)


    Hazyville (White Vinyl 2LP + CD - Exclusive To Boxset)


    32-Page Art Book


    Ghettoville is the bleached out and black tinted conclusion of the Actress image.


    Where the demands of writing caught the artist slumped and reclined, devoid of any soul, acutely aware of the simulated prism that required breakout.


    Four albums in and the notes and compositions no longer contain decipherable language.


    The scripts now carry tears, the world has returned to a flattened state, and out through that window, the birds look back into the cage they once inhabited.


    Spitting flames behind a white wall of silence.


    The machines have turned to stone, data reads like an obituary to its user.


    A fix is no longer a release, it's a brittle curse. Zero satisfaction, no teeth, pseudo artists running rampant, but the path continues.


    R.I.P Music 2014.

    1. Forgiven
    2. Street Corp.
    3. Corner
    4. Rims
    5. Contagious
    6. Birdcage
    7. Our
    8. Time
    9. Towers
    10. Gaze
    11. Skyline
    12. Image
    13. Don't
    14. Rap
    15. Frontline
    16. Rule
    Actress
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    Vinyl LP + 2 CDs Box Set - 5 LPs Sealed Buy Now
  • Hellbilly Deluxe Hellbilly Deluxe Quick View

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    Hellbilly Deluxe

    Picture Disc


    Just as White Zombie was on the verge of becoming the most popular metal band in the land, Rob Zombie decided he was an auteur. Stopping short of breaking up the band, Zombie set out to make sure everyone know that he was the main force in the band, as if there were any doubt in the first place. He did extracurricular animation, managed a band, started a record label, drew a sequence in Beavis & Butt-Head Do America, appeared in films, wrote the script for The Crow 3 (which he planned to direct), and most tellingly of all, he recorded a solo album, Hellbilly Deluxe. Since White Zombie was always his baby, it seems a little strange that he had the need to break away from the group, especially since the album sounds exactly like a White Zombie record, complete with thunderous industrial rhythms, drilling metal guitars, and B-movie obsessions. For most listeners, it doesn't matter if Hellbilly Deluxe is technically a White Zombie or Rob Zombie album, since it delivers the goods, arguably even better than Astro-Creep: 2000. To outsiders, the entire schlock enterprise may seem ridiculous or sound monotonous, but even the weak cuts here hit hard and give fans exactly what they want.

    -Stephen Thomas Erlewine (All Music)

    1. Call of the Zombie
    2. Superbeast
    3. Dragula
    4. Living Dead Girl
    5. Perversion 99
    6. Demonoid Phenomenon
    7. Spookshow Baby
    8. How to Make a Monster
    9. Meet the Creeper
    10.The Ballad of Resurrection Joe and Rosa Whore
    11.What Lurks on Channel X?
    12.Return of the Phantom Stranger
    13.The Beginning of the End
    Rob Zombie
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  • The Final Solution Brotherman (Awaiting Repress) The Final Solution Brotherman (Awaiting Repress) Quick View

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    The Final Solution Brotherman (Awaiting Repress)

    He was a pusher that became a preacher. A gangster pimp serving soup from the trunk of his Coup Deville. A mutant cross between Robin Hood and Friar Tuck. Everyman, our man on the street, Brotherman. Continuing a tradition that began with Sweet SweetbackÆs Baadasssss Song, and culminated with Shaft and Superfly, Brotherman was a blaxploitation film set to hit screens in 1975. Prior to the script being finished, the producers commissioned an original soundtrack to be performed by The Final Solution, a fledgling vocal group from ChicagoÆs west side. The ten-song album draws deeply from Curtis MayfieldÆs well, certainly, but the proof in the pudding is Carl WolfolkÆs unique guitar style, a combination of flamenco and funk that stabs around the four part harmonies.


    In classic Numero fashion, before even one foot of film was shot, the plug was pulled and the movie was cancelled. Dragged around for 30 years by songwriter and arranger Wolfolk, the tapes of his lifeÆs work have finally been mixed, and the soundtrack album has been augmented to include two orchestrated instrumentals intended for the film.

    1. Brotherman
    2. Never Coming Back Again
    3. I Don't Care
    4. Girl in My Life
    5. Gotta Get Through to You
    6. One Day
    7. I'm Ready for Love
    8. To See You Again
    9. We Can Work It Out
    10. Where There's a Will
    11. Theme from Brotherman
    12. No Place to Run
    Various Artists
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  • Dunkirk Soundtrack (Pre-Order) Dunkirk Soundtrack (Pre-Order) Quick View

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    Dunkirk Soundtrack (Pre-Order)

    First Pressing Of 4000 Numbered Copies On Transparent Blue Vinyl, Black Vinyl Thereafter


    180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl


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    Gatefold Sleeve


    Music Composed By Hans Zimmer


    Brand New Movie, Directed By Christopher Nolan


    Dunkirk is a 2017 English-language war film written, co-produced and directed by Christopher Nolan. The film stars Fionn Whitehead, Tom Hardy, Tom Glynn-Carney, Jack Lowden, Harry Styles, Aneurin Barnard and James D'Arcy. The movie focusses on the evacuation of Allied soldiers from Belgium, the British Empire, Canada, and France, who were cut off and surrounded by the German army from the beaches and harbor of Dunkirk, France, between May 26- June 04, 1940, during the Battle of France in World War II.


    The score is composed by multiple award winner Hans Zimmer. On 5 April 2017, Zimmer revealed that he was nearly finished with the score and that it would be complete by the start of his Hans Zimmer Live on Tour shows in May.


    For the purpose of intensity, the script was written to accommodate the auditory illusion of a Shepard tone, which had previously been explored in Nolan's 2006 film The Prestige. This was coupled with the sound of a ticking clock, that of Nolan's own pocket watch, which he recorded and sent to Zimmer to be synthesized.


    The collaborative careers of Christopher Nolan and Hans Zimmer have proven to be a success in the last decade, with examples such as Interstellar, The Dark Knight, and Inception. This score turns out to be epic once again.

    LP 1
    1. The Mole

    2. We Need Our Army Back
    3. Shivering Soldier

    4. Supermarine

    5. The Tide

    6. Regimental Brothers


    LP 2
    1. Impulse

    2. Home

    3. The Oil

    4. Variation 15 (Dunkirk)
    5. End Titles

    Hans Zimmer
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  • Good Times Ahead Good Times Ahead Quick View

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    Good Times Ahead

    After years of cultivating songs, mixes and remixes, and overall vibes for festivals and tours, Matt Toth and Julio Mejia - better known as GTA (short for GOOD TIMES AHEAD) - will release their full length debut Good Times Ahead via Warner Brothers.


    Featuring Tinashe, Vince Staples, Tungi Ige, Iamsu, Wax Motif, What So Not and more, the long-waited debut is a testament to their multiple influences and highlights their eclectic production ear.


    For the last few years we've been feeling like things have been getting repetitive. We've always had goals of ascending beyond the festival bangers we're known for, so around a year ago we set out to create a body of work that reflected our depth and growth as producers, they explained to The FADER.


    We've always had bigger aspirations than just the dance space which came hand in hand with our 'Death To Genres' mentality. To us, music was more about what made you move rather than what type of music was playing. With this album we're able to explore all facets of music that we love, flip the script and bring everything together into one fluid album that we're really proud of.

    1. True Romance (feat. Jarina De Marco)
    2. Lil Bit of This (feat. Vince Staples)
    3. Feel It (with What So Not) [feat. Tunji Ige]
    4. Heartbeat
    5. Get It All (with Wax Motif)
    6. All Caught Up (feat. Tinashe)
    7. In My Nature (feat. Karina)
    8. Pressure (feat. RKCB)
    9. Contract (feat. Iamsu!)
    10. Illuminate
    GTA
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  • One Eyed Jacks (Bend In Cover) (On Sale) One Eyed Jacks (Bend In Cover) (On Sale) On Sale Quick View

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    One Eyed Jacks (Bend In Cover) (On Sale)

    Music Composed and Conducted by Hugo Friedhofer


    From the moment of their inception, some films are simply destined to become legendary in one way or another and Marlon Brando s sole directorial effort had legend stamped on it from the get-go. Based on the book The Authentic Death of Hendry Jones by Charles Neider, the film s first script was written by a young up-and-coming writer named Sam Peckinpah. It was subsequently re-written by Calder Willingham and then Guy Trosper. After viewing a movie called The Killing, Brando hired its director, Stanley Kubrick. By the time the film went before the cameras, Kubrick was gone and Brando was not only starring, but also directing. While the end result might not be to everyone s liking, the fact is that the finished film is oddly compelling, poetic, and sometimes completely bizarre, and fully deserving of its legendary cult status.


    The film looks gorgeous it was the final film made in Paramount s brilliant process, VistaVision, and the great Charles Lang was the director of photography. The cast also included Karl Malden, Katy Jurado, Ben Johnson, Slim Pickens, and the supremely weird Timothy Carey. There are some truly great scenes and some eminently quotable dialogue ( Get up off the floor, you scum-sucking pig ). But what gives the film a great deal of its luster and brilliance is the score by Hugo Friedhofer.

    1. Main Title
    2. The Kiss Of A Scoundrel\\persued\\by The Rurales
    3. Toast To Friendship
    4. Lonely Thoughts/betrayal And Capture (pt.1 & 2)
    5. Escape (pt 1 & 2)
    6. To Monterey/the Search
    7. Seduction
    8. Contrition
    9. To Point Of The Devil/gentle Visitor
    10. Dark Thoughts/necklace And Idea
    11. Confession/confidence Regained
    12. Finale
    Hugo Friedhofer
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    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
  • Hell Or High Water Soundtrack Hell Or High Water Soundtrack Quick View

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    Hell Or High Water Soundtrack

    Directed by David Mackenzie Hell or High Water is a heist film starring Ben Foster, Chris Pine and Jeff Bridges. Based on the infamous 2012 Black List script, the film is set in West Texas, in an area formerly known as Comancheria, and tells the story of two brothers who plan a bank robbery to save their family farm. The film was extremely well-received during its Premiere at the Cannes Film Festival in May.


    Critics praised and applauded the film's archetypal Americana, along with the memorable performances of its main protagonists and the composers' moody and minimalist score. Nick Cave of the Bad Seeds and his musical partner Warren Ellis deliver a ravishing score perfectly fitting the dry and arid landscape in which the characters strive to survive. The soundtrack album also includes Sleeping On The Backtop (Colter Wall), Outlaw State Of Mind (Chris Stapleton) and many more country music infused titles.

    1. Comancheria
    2. Dollar Bill Blues - By Townes Van Zandt
    3. Mama's Room
    4. Dust of the Chase - By Ray Wylie Hubbard
    5. Texas Midlands
    6. Robbery
    7. You Ask Me To - By Waylon Jennings
    8. Mountain Lion Mean
    9. From My Cold Dead Hands
    10. Lord of the Plains
    11. Blood, Sweat and Murder - By Scott H. Biram
    12. Casino
    13. Comancheria II
    14. Outlaw State Of Mind - By Chris Stapleton
    Nick Cave & Warren Ellis
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    409

    Purple play pop music. Messy, dirty, raucous, grit-spitting, tequila-glugging pop music. They do not apologise for this. They have a big streak of it running skunk-like up their backs and through urgent tunes full of indie-punk snarl and piss and vinegar, but driven by grooves deep enough to rival any hop-hop classics. They are wrestling pop away from the world of vocoders, slick dance routines and coquettish airheads and bringing back to where it belongs: to the beach, to the house party, dancing on the table in that bar you need a fake ID to get into. They like to bare flesh and play until they bleed. Good things followed: a huge local following, two managers and endless touring.


    '(409)' is the name of the area code for their East Texas neighbour and the name of Purple's debut album produced by Chris 'Frenchie' Smith (...Trail Of Dead, Jet ). Recorded in El Paso, '(409)' is an album that's borne out of endless jams and no shortage of live shows where Purple offer a combination of the explosive and the celebratory. Instruments are abused and crowds are surfed; their shows are somewhere between the wild, fleshy abandonment of early White Stripes. "We're positive people," shrugs Busby. "We're always looking for the party somewhere. Or maybe we are the party."


    Pop is there in the 60s garage-influenced brilliance of 'Beach Buddy', a song propelled by a dual girl/boy vocal and the same endless summer joie de vivre of Ramones, Black Lips and Weezer . The chorus is an earworm that burrows deep. It's there too in 'Wallflower', a joyously uplifting song that flips the usual script and sees a girl ardently - some might say aggressively - pursuing an admirer through the upended bottles, overflowing ashtrays and tangled limbs of a party: "I'm a girl - you're supposed to be chasing me!" With definite shades of Bikini Kill and No Doubt it's the best femme-punk song we've heard in an aeon. 'Head On The Floor' meanwhile is a proto-grunge song that swings like early Hole and has a whole of soul.


    '(409)' is certainly an album with sand in its shoes and a rocket up its ass. It transports you to a better place. Listening to Purple quickens your pulse. Gives you the sweats. Has you reaching for a cold one. And then another. And then ten more. They make you feel alive. They are good for you.

    1. Wallflower
    2. Double Nickels
    3. Leche Loco
    4. Beach Buddy
    5. Thirteen
    6. Target
    7. Head On The Floor
    8. Liquor
    9. New Born
    10. DMT
    Purple
    $22.99
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  • Better Call Saul (Original Score - Seasons 1 & 2) Better Call Saul (Original Score - Seasons 1 & 2) Quick View

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    Better Call Saul (Original Score - Seasons 1 & 2)

    First Pressing Of 1000 Numbered Copies On Red Vinyl, Black Vinyl Thereafter


    180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl


    Etched D-Side With Certified Replica Of Jimmy's Law Degree - No Music


    Gatefold Sleeve / Includes 4-Page Booklet


    Including 2 Printed Innersleeves


    PVC Protective Sleeve


    Secret Inscriptions In Run Out Groove


    Score Of Multiple Award Winning Spin-Off Of Breaking Bad


    Score By Dave Porter


    Better Call Saul is a television crime drama series created by Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould. It is a spin-off prequel of Gilligan's prior series Breaking Bad. Set in 2002, Better Call Saul follows the story of small-time lawyer Jimmy McGill, a lawyer and a former scam artist, who becomes involved with the criminal world, six years before his appearance on Breaking Bad as Saul Goodman.


    Like its predecessor, Better Call Saul has received critical acclaim. It has garnered several nominations, including fourteen Primetime Emmy Awards, seven Writers Guild of America Awards, five Critics' Choice Television Awards, a Screen Actors Guild Award and two Golden Globe Awards. The series premiere held the record for the highest-rated scripted series premiere in basic cable history at the time of its airing.


    Dave Porter, the composer of the score, has also written the opening theme and complete score of Breaking Bad. For his work on Breaking Bad, Porter has won an ASCAP Award. The Better Call Saul score features songs from the first and second series.


    Strictly limited, the first 1,000 numbered copies of the Better Call Saul score are pressed on red vinyl. The package contains 2 printed inner sleeves with images of Jimmy, Nacho, and Mike. It also contains an exclusive 4-page booklet with additional pictures and liner notes. The etch on the D-side is a certified replica of Jimmy McGill's law degree he received from the University of American Samoa.

    LP 1
    1. Shared Smoke

    2. Ass Over Tea Kettle

    3. One Leg Each
    4. Sex Robot Voice
    5. Payphone Dilemma
    6. Billboard Stunt
    7. Chuck's Theme
    8. Elevator Exchange
    9. One Last Gift
    10. Jimmy's Choice
    11. Davis & Main
    12. Pretend I'm Not Here
    13. Deliberations
    14. Magic Hands
    15. Weary Mike


    LP 2
    1. Border Crossing
    2. Watching And Waiting
    3. Reciprocating Saw
    4. Three Moves Ahead
    5. M40
    6. Better Call Saul End Credit
    (Etched D-Side With Certified Replica Of Jimmy's Law Degree - No Music)

    Dave Porter
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    Acousmatic Sorcery

    Acoustmatic Sorcery is the debut album from Willis Earl Beal, to be released courtesy of XL Recordings. The albums 11 songs are taken from a series of recordings Beal made while living in Albuquerque, NM. He arrived in Albuquerque without a plan, a place, or enough money to live off and began singing warm, visceral and moving tunes to help him cope while sleeping rough. He spent days drawing and printing up flyers, distributing them all over his new city. Eventually Beal found work as the night porter at a motel. It was during the late-night shifts that the 27-year-old musician from the south side of Chicago taught himself to make music. As the Summer came to an end, Willis plotted his journey back to Chicago. While he traveled across America he continued to receive phone calls as the flyers made their own journey. One caller introduced himself as Mos Def and together they plotted to write a script based on Willis life, with Mos playing the lead. Limited edition vinyl of only 1,500 copies.
    1. Nepenenoyka
    2. Take Me Away
    3. Cosmic Queries
    4. Evenings Kiss
    5. Sambo Joe From The Rainbow
    6. Ghost Robot
    7. Swing On Low
    8. Monotony
    9. Bright Copper Noon
    10. Away My Silent Lover
    11. Angel Chorus
    Willis Earl Beal
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    IV

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


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


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


    For those interested in the Darling project:


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


    Sincerely,


    Timothy Seth Avett

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

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    Nite-Glo

    Nite-Glo is the new offering from Stellar OM Source, the outrÉ-minded music venture of Christelle Gauldi. Tempering the freneticism unleashed on Stellar OM Source's 2013 album Joy One Mile, Nite-Glo guides Gauldi's rhythms to unexpected places of emotive and meditative power.


    The four tracks of Nite-Glo were written during a transient time for Gauldi. Loss and processing the associated emotions informed those moments in which Gualdi could escape to her mobile studio set up. Recorded solely with her live hardware, Nite-Glo tears down any ornamental tapestry to uncover a core of luminescent synths, glowing 303 lines, and a burning awareness.


    Nite-Glo continues an off-script musical journey informed by Gualdi's formal training in electro-acoustic composition at the Conservatoire de Paris and an ascent from the DIY synth scene of the mid-aughts to a global dancefloor. Rewarding listeners keen on conscious listening, the passages of Nite-Glo crystalize as tracks unfurl and sequences reveal an absolute power over time.


    Transcending its cathartic context, Nite-Glo finds Christelle Gauldi abstracting the ebullience of Stellar OM Source's sound in favor of remote spaces and roiling tempos. A snapshot of Gualdi's personal and creative transition, Nite-Glo beams through a mournful context, visible only as eyes have adjusted in the shadows.

    1. Sudden
    2. Never
    3. Live
    4. Sure
    Stellar Om Source
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  • Lover, Beloved: Songs From An Evening With Carson McCullers Lover, Beloved: Songs From An Evening With Carson McCullers Quick View

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    Lover, Beloved: Songs From An Evening With Carson McCullers

    When Suzanne Vega first discovered the novelist and short story writer Carson McCullers as a teenager, she thought, "If I ever want to play a character at any point in the future, I could play this woman." That time has arrived. On Lover, Beloved: Songs From An Evening With Carson McCullers, Vega inhabits McCullers' extraordinary character and renders the life of a woman who, revolted by the politics and racism of her upbringing in the American South, arrived in New York in her early twenties and became one of the literary lights of the 20th century. In such esteemed books as The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter (1940), Reflections in a Golden Eye (1941) and The Ballad of the Sad CafÉ (1951), McCullers used the South as a lens through which to view the painful, nearly always unrequited, search for love in a world that often punishes individual self-expression and rewards repression and emotional compromise. McCullers battled those limits in her life as well as her work - a personal heroism that makes her, in Vega's view, a figure of great contemporary significance. She was an instinctive rebel whose message of personal freedom resonates profoundly in our own insurgent age, nearly fifty years after her death at the age of fifty in 1967.


    "I feel that McCullers' ideas and thoughts are very modern," Vega says, "and she incarnates them in a way that other authors don't. She tried to live them and paid a price for it. She would refer to herself in a kind of transgender way - she would say things like, 'I was born a man' -- and she probably was bisexual even if she didn't always act on it. She was one of the first females to write about civil rights and the struggles of blacks in the South. Also, she suffered several strokes and was disabled for pretty much the second half of her life. To use today's parlance, her life and work embodied human rights on just about every level - race, gender, trans, queer, disabled, youth."


    The ten songs on Lover, Beloved are part of a two-act play in which Vega and another actress perform the role of McCullers at two historical moments that bookend her career: the first, set in 1941, when The Heart Is A Lonely Hunter propelled her to literary fame, and the second shortly before her death, as she movingly reflects on her life and work. There are also plans to perform it as a one-woman show. Vega wrote the script, and co-wrote eight songs with Duncan Sheik, the singer-songwriter whose keen theatrical sense helped create the Broadway hit show Spring Awakening and the current groundbreaking musical, American Psycho. (Two additional songs, "Carson's Blues" and "The Ballad of Miss Amelia," were co-written by Vega and pianist/composer Michael Jefry Stevens.) In songs like "New York Is My Destination," "We of Me" and "Lover, Beloved," you can hear the signature cool detachment of Vega's singing and revel in the characteristically incisive observation of her lyrics, many of which deftly draw on McCullers' own writing.


    But the songs' elastic melody lines, loping rhythms, idiosyncratic instrumentation (including clarinet, harmonium, banjo, ukulele, trombone and accordion), and surprising arrangements (by guitarist extraordinaire Gerry Leonard, who also produced the album) are like nothing we've heard from Vega before. "It was great working with Duncan Sheik," Vega says. "All you have to do is give him the barest bones of an idea and then he delivers this fabulous piece of music." For "Annemarie," an aching ballad about an androgynous adventurer with whom both McCullers and her husband fell disastrously in love, Sheik delivered a lovely, simple melody that, Vega says, "practically made me cry. I couldn't believe how beautiful it was. I wanted something with all that yearning, and I love what he came up with." For "New York Is My Destination," which describes the youthful McCullers' vision of her future as a celebrated novelist, Vega says she wanted "something classic, something that sounded like Rodgers and Hammerstein, something glamorous," and, once again, Sheik delivered a melody that perfectly complemented the heady excitement of Vega's lyrics.


    Overall, Lover, Beloved finds a sound that exists outside of time. It's traditional enough to suit the iconic quality of its subject; clever enough to capture her originality and daring; and contemporary enough to help establish McCullers as an avatar for this century as well as the preceding one. Most of the instrumentation is acoustic, but, in particular, Gerry Leonard's evocative, atmospheric electric guitar playing lifts the music into another, more imaginative realm. That McCullers herself was an accomplished, classically trained pianist - and that the lyricism of her writing reflects that innate musicality - only further enhances the shivery dynamic between words and music on the album.


    In order to realize the theatrical quality of this project, Vega, with Sheik's encouragement and assistance, also handled her vocals in a different way. "Duncan really pushed me out of my comfort zone," Vega says. "I was shocked at how high he wanted me to sing. But he was like, 'No, no - you can hit that.'" Sheik's goal was to achieve a kind of sonic drama in Vega's vocals, "as much drama as he could squeeze out of me," she says. "It works for the character. McCullers is kind of childlike, and you can believe her singing in that naïve, simple way. I'm pushed beyond my limits in both the low notes and the high notes, and also the emotion. I definitely feel as if I was being pushed beyond what I usually do."


    Unquestionably, rendering a character like McCullers in words and in sound represented a serious creative challenge. All the songs on the album attempt to capture the innermost feelings of a writer who was highly ambitious, immensely complicated and fiercely dedicated to her conception of herself and her work. She was simultaneously shy, introverted and wildly provocative, as "Carson's Blues," the album's opening song, announces: "A childish liar/A devilish bitch/I can be innocent and charming/And suddenly switch." "Harper Lee," a song Vega describes as "upbeat and bitchy," chronicles McCullers' sense of her place in the literary pantheon - a spot, in her view, well above the wildly successful author of To Kill a Mockingbird. ("I'd like to kill more than just that mockingbird," she sings.) "Instant of the Hour After" and "We of Me" all explore the loving and loathing, the sexual adventurism and missed emotional connections, that swirled inextricably in McCullers' marriage to a bisexual man who shared her literary ambitions but was never able to realize them. On the title track, Vega limns the dizzying dance of unsatisfied desire at the heart of McCullers' work: "The lover pursues,/The beloved one flees Each one alone/In the land of the heart."


    "12 Mortal Men" indicts the provincialism and brutal racism of Columbus, Georgia, where McCullers grew up. "The Ballad of Miss Emilia" essentially recounts the plot of McCullers' novella, The Ballad of the Sad CafÉ, a saga, like so much of her writing, of failed joinings, loneliness, and proud, if isolated, survival. By the time the album concludes with "Carson's Last Supper," McCullers has abandoned the ideal of erotic desire in favor of a more universal love that could embrace all the various characters in her books and the many people in her life - as well as, perhaps most importantly, the ravaging contradictions within herself that both drove her art and caused so much hardship in her life.


    With Lover, Beloved: Songs From An Evening With Carson McCullers, Suzanne Vega achieves a new peak in her already distinguished career. With these songs and the play they inhabit, she hopes that "a new generation of people will discover Carson McCullers, that they will realize how cool she is and how compellingly her work can speak to them. I want to put her on the stage again so that her spirit lives. Really, no one is excluded from the vision she defined. I'm so excited by the possibilities." In these beautifully transporting songs, many of those rich possibilities have already been realized. - Anthony DeCurtis

    1. Carson's Blues
    2. New York Is My Destination
    3. Instant of the Hour After
    4. We of Me
    5. Annemarie
    6. 12 Mortal Men
    7. Harper Lee
    8. Lover, Beloved
    9. The Ballad of Miss Amelia
    10. Carson's Last Supper
    Suzanne Vega
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    Freedom & Surrender

    Freedom and Surrender

    The circuitous dance between the beginning and the end.


    Something amazing and terrifying happened to me as I entered into my 30s. I realized that I had run far off the course of my scripted plans, my projections for who I'd be, what I'd be doing, and how it would feel at this point. Then, the realization the mapped trail couldn't be recovered. A hound without a hunt, I was captured by unfamiliar woods far from earshot of the original game and players. Untethered by marriage with a scrap pile of maternal designs that never took root, I found myself forced, thank goodness, to let go.


    The pageantry of over-identifying with past experiences and old ideals had ended. In review, I found that life's unfolding had exceeded my most elaborate visions while other hopes had slipped into ruin in the clasp of my determined hands. Meanwhile, a new meekness and curiosity made all of my experiences sacred and overwhelming, something akin to a reverent depression. Desire was quieted in my heart, and I was uneasy in the cool of my newness, wondering what I really wanted to do next.


    When the label suggested that I consider working with Larry Klein, my entire focus shifted with a warm shrug, Why not? He's produced some of my favorite records. Within a few conversations I had found plenty of reasons to trust the voice on the other end of the line. I knew that I was respected for my potential and achievements, and he wasn't new to dealing with strong women. Another shrug, Why not? I had plenty to sing about now, a heart cracked open by disappointment, a will broken by the truth. I was ready for a new project, the kind of baby that I knew how to make.


    It was suggested to me initially that I make a record of covers. It was the very moment my hard head became bent on writing my way out of my valley, no matter how hard or long I'd have to work for it. I'd count my steps and tell stories until I met the ridge line without borrowing anyone else's view. This was not my hour to cover, but to uncover, and hopefully, the reveal would be worth something. I trembled in the wait for my own revelation.


    I scurried around the country (Nashville, New York and LA) to have collaborative conversations with old and new friends. I remembered how to just sit with people and talk, even though I was on a schedule and budget. We all spoke like we were on Grandma's porch, but the work got done. To my delighted surprise, much of this record was written with Larry himself.


    My average day of preproduction with him looked like: A sunrise run and swim at Santa Monica pier, showing up to his studio sandy, salty, and red faced, talking through beautiful rambles with him and David Batteau while high on espresso. Then we'd get snagged by a soulful riff from Larry's acoustic bass guitar as he noodled along (seemingly) aimlessly. Often a story would present a hook and we'd return the next day with responses. This felt like an old and dignified pace of work, but also kind of risky. However, I looked up after a few months of these weeklong neighborly sits and real songs were following us, a train getting longer, each car intact and connected as we rolled on.


    In the evenings I listened to demos of the budding songs on my phone as the sun set over the Pacific. I could see them, unmade movies. The tide of communion would pull back and the shining pieces left could be made into anything. This is when I knew that I had, in these mosaic sessions, stumbled upon a new page of my life.


    I remembered the feeling of being found. One of the most moving songs from it's inception was, Somewhere Down the Mystic. Playing on the simple wonders of my rustic Appalachian life, we imagined a love lost to death and the feeling of it's lasting warmth, a nod to love's reach across life's threshold.


    Months later, on February 20th, I had a near death experience, sliding across 300 yards of ice coated mountain curve. I softened my body and rested my hands in my lap. The heavy car floated silently towards a 75 foot ravine that ended with a wide band of frozen creek. Ok was the only thing I could get out in a sigh. I was stopped by a young bellwood tree that grew out of the bank like a hook. I slowed my breathing and meditated in suspension. About 20 minutes later, a young neighbor pulled the door open, reaching in with a strong arm to guide my climb out. Now when I sing the chorus, I see the gracious hole and the sweet sapling that grows over it. It threw me back, a fish returned to the river with a cut lip.


    The pink bells of the tree can be seen on my homepage, and I want to keep such simple things close from now on. Why not? They were strong enough to save me. In surrender I experience freedom. The gift of an end is a beginning. I greet the sun with the only reason I've ever needed, why not?

    -Lizz Wright

    1. Freedom
    2. The Game
    3. The New Game
    4. Lean In
    5. Right Where You Are
    6. River Man
    7. Somewhere Down The Mystic
    8. Real Life Painting
    9. To Love Somebody
    10. Here And Now
    11. You
    12. Blessed The Brave
    13. Surrender
    Lizz Wright
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