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    Twin Peaks (Original Score)

    Director Approved Artwork


    Sleeve Notes By Angelo Badalamenti


    Vinyl Remaster By Tal Miller


    Laquers Cut By David Cheppa At Plush Vinyl


    Pressed On 180 Gram Vinyl


    425gsm Gatefold Sleeve Housed Inside A Bespoke White Die Cut Outer Jacket With White Spot Varnish Finish, Complete With Obi Strip


    First Time On Vinyl In Over 25 Years


    ''I'm glad that after 25 years, Death Waltz Recording Company has re-released the original soundtrack for Twin Peaks for a new audience to enjoy. This is my defining work as a composer and I'm happy it will get a fresh listen.''


    -Angelo Badalamenti, 2016


    One of the greatest scores ever recorded is finally back in print for the first time in 25 years! We went back to the Warner archives, where engineer Tal Miller cut us brand new vinyl masters. We then worked with Dave Cheppa at Plush Vinyl to cut us new lacquers. Finally we asked Rainbo to press the record on 180g vinyl for the best possible sound quality.


    The record comes housed inside a 425gsm gatefold sleeve featuring lyrics and liner notes by composer Angelo Badalamenti; the cover image by Sam Smith comes approved by David Lynch himself! The gatefold sleeve is then housed within a bespoke die cut outer jacket designed by Jay Shaw featuring super subtle white spot varnish text. The whole affair is finished with a top loading obi strip & pressed on 'Damn Fine Coffee' colored vinyl.

    1. Twin Peaks Theme
    2. Laura Palmer's Theme
    3. Audrey's Dance
    4. The Nightingale (feat. Julee Cruise)
    5. Freshly Squeezed
    6. The Bookhouse Boys
    7. Into The Night (feat. Julee Cruise)
    8. Night Life In Twin Peaks
    9. Dance Of The Dream Man
    10. Love Theme From Twin Peaks
    11. Falling (feat. Julee Cruise)
    Angelo Badalamenti
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  • Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me Soundtrack Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me Soundtrack Quick View

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    Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me Soundtrack

    Director Approved Artwork


    Composer Approved Audio


    Sleeve Notes By Film Critic Mark Kermode (Approved By David Lynch And Angelo Badalamenti)


    Vinyl Re-Master By Tal Miller At Warner Archives


    Laquers Cut By David Cheppa At Plush Vinyl


    2 X 180-Gram Cherry Pie Vinyl


    425gsm Gatefold Sleeve Housed Inside A Bespoke Black Die Cut Outer Jacket With Black Spot Varnish Finish, Complete With Obi Strip


    Fire Walk With Me is an altogether more brooding affair than the Twin Peaks series soundtrack. Badalamenti won a grammy for the title track of this LP and it's not hard to see why- it's dangerous, and bursting with smokey jazz thanks to Jimmy Scott. We went back to the master tapes in the Warner Archives and had this recut to fit across two LPs as the score clocks in at 51 minutes. It sounds incredible and punchy, but super nuanced too.


    From the brooding opening bars of the main Fire Walk With Me Theme, Angelo Badalamenti's gorgeous, eerie score introduces us to a cinematic experience which significantly begins with the smashing of a television screen. Just as the Main Title from Blue Velvet echoed the Hitchcockian hues of Bernard Herrmann, so here we have just the slightest touch of Taxi Driver, as Jim Hynes' plaintive, keening trumpet soars above a landscape of melancholy keyboards, drawing us into a world which is at once alien and familiar.

    LP 1
    1. Theme From Twin Peaks - Fire Walk With Me
    2. The Pine Float
    3. Sycamore Trees
    4. Don't Do Anything (I Wouldn't Do)
    5. A Real Indication


    LP 2
    1. Questions In A World Of Blue
    2. The Pink Room
    3. The Black Dog Runs At Night
    4. Best Friends
    5. Moving Through Time
    6. Montage From Twin Peaks - Girl Talk / Birds In Hell / Laura Palmer's Theme / Falling
    7. The Voice Of Love

    Angelo Badalamenti
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  • Twin Peaks (Music from the Limited Event Series) (Pre-Order) Twin Peaks (Music from the Limited Event Series) (Pre-Order) Quick View

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    Twin Peaks (Music from the Limited Event Series) (Pre-Order)

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    Various Artists
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    Twin Peaks

    Mountain is a band of American hard rockers from New York who broke up in 1972 and reunited a year later, remaining active today. They are best known for their cowbell-tinged song Mississippi Queen, as well as for their performance at the famous Woodstock Festival in 1969.


    Mountain is one of many bands to be commonly credited as having influenced the development of heavy metal music in the 70s. The group's musical style primarily consisted of hard rock, blues rock and heavy metal.


    Twin Peaks was their second live album and was recorded in Osaka, Japan in 1973. It featured the long version (32+ minutes!) of Nantucket Sleigh Ride which is spread over two sides, and the classic Chuck Berry penned Roll Over Beethoven, Mississippi Queen and Theme For An Imaginary Western.


    The album Twin Peaks by Mountain stand as a worthy document for their live performances.

    LP 1
    1. Never In My Life
    2. Theme For An Imaginary Western
    3. Blood Of The Sun
    4. Guitar Solo
    5. Nantucket Sleigh Ride (Part I)


    LP 2
    1. Nantucket Sleigh Ride (Conclusion)
    2. Crossroader
    3. Mississippi Queen
    4. Silver Paper
    5. Roll Over Beethoven

    Mountain
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    Floating Into The Night

    "Floating Into The Night" is the 1989 debut album by vocalist Julee Cruise featuring songs written and produced by composer Angelo Badalamenti and film director David Lynch (who wrote the lyrics). The songs Falling and Rockin' Back Inside My Heart were both featured in Lynch's cult television series, Twin Peaks. The instrumental version of "Falling" was the theme song for Twin Peaks while the album as a whole is almost an unofficial soundtrack to the series. The track "Mysteries Of Love" was prominently featured in Lynch's classic film Blue Velvet. Cruise's dreamy, light vocals match perfectly with the music and lyrics to make this album sound like it is unattached to any era or time. Reissued on 180 gram vinyl with a double sided insert by Plain Recordings.
    1. Floating
    2. Falling
    3. I Remember
    4. Rockin' Back Inside My Heart
    5. Mysteries Of Love
    6. Into The Night
    7. I Float Alone
    8. The Nightingale
    9. The Swan
    10. The World Spins
    Julee Cruise
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  • Urbs In Horto Urbs In Horto Quick View

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    Urbs In Horto

    Twin Peaks will be releasing a live double LP they're calling Urbs in Horto. The record features analog recordings from the sold out hometown shows at Metro and Thalia Hall in Chicago on Dec 17+18, 2016. The tracklist includes songs from across the band's three studio records as well as Rolling Stones cover "Dead Flowers" and "What Up Dawg?," a fan favorite by the band's friend James Swanberg. Urbs was recorded by the crew from Treehouse Records and mixed by the band, with album art by the band and concert photos by Daniel Topete and Cooper Fox. The band's own Cadien Lake James had this to say of the retrospective collection:


    We're proud to be releasing Urbs In Horto, a live LP recorded in Chicago. Our live show varies greatly from our recorded output, still retaining the energy we learned in our days playing basements. Our live show has been an important part of our existence, so it felt right to release a record from our homecoming shows at the end of 2016, our 5th year on the road. We're proud to have recorded it live to 2 reel-to-reel tape with the help of our brothers at Treehouse Records and to have it as a show of respect to the city we call home. Urbs In Horto is Chicago's motto, meaning City in a Garden. Record sounds more like a jungle, though.

    1. Butterfly
    2. Flavor
    3. Boomers
    4. Stand in the Sand
    5. Holding Roses
    6. Telephone
    7. Getting Better
    8. Walk to the One You Love
    9. Making Breakfast
    10. Cold Lips
    11. Keep it Together
    12 .Good Lovin'
    13. My Boys
    14. Natural Villain
    15. Stain
    16. Have You Ever?
    17. Wanted You
    18. What Up Dawg?
    19. Dead Flowers
    20. Strawberry Smoothie
    Twin Peaks
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    Wild Onion


    " Twin Peaks have perfected the kind of songwriting that puts you in a practiced, happy headlock."
    - Pitchfork


    "The Chicago teenagers who make up the band Twin Peaks make a confident old-school indie rock chug that should be beyond their years."
    - Stereogum


    "Although steeped in the amp-shattering sensibilities of a garage band, the triumphant Sunken listens like a sunny pop record. It's lovably fuzzy, worn with the character of beloved jukebox hits."
    - Consequence of Sound


    Don't bother asking Twin Peaks about the deeper meaning of their band name. They simply thought it sounded cool, which explains why their second album Wild Onion isn't as spooky or surreal as David Lynch's short-lived TV show. It's more like a modern day Nuggets, with Ty Segall, Black Lips and Thee Oh Sees curating instead of Lenny Kaye. Not literally, of course. But the spirit of those garage demigods is alive and well alongside subtle nods to everything from the Pixies and Tame Impala to the godfathers of guitar-guided pop music, the Beatles, the Rolling Stones and the Beach Boys.


    If combining the influence of so many classic artists seems like a lofty goal for a group of 20 year olds, just remember that Twin Peaks' core quartet-frontman Cadien Lake James, guitarist Clay Frankel, bassist Jack Dolan and drummer Connor Brodner-has roots that reach back to elementary school. After cutting his teeth during his high school freshman year in a duo with his older brother Hal, James reconnected with his old chums and formed what would become Twin Peaks, and the chemistry was immediately undeniable.


    Having quickly cut their debut LP, 2013's Sunken, in Cadien's basement so they could sell it on tour, the band was excited to spend more time developing Wild Onion, a record that reveals a level of maturity beyond all the amp-singeing solos, ragtag rhythms and dizzying voices of three distinct singer-songwriters. Unlike acts who let their egos get in the way, Cadien, Clay and Jack share the spotlight and play to one another's strengths as Connor keeps things moving with a steady beat.

    1. I Found a New Way
    2. Strawberry Smoothie
    3. Mirror of Time
    4. Sloop Jay D
    5. Making Breakfast
    6. Strange World
    7. Fade Away
    8. Sweet Thing
    9. Stranger World
    10. Telephone
    11. Flavor
    12. Ordinary People
    13. Good Lovin'
    14. Hold On
    15. No Way Out
    16. Mind Frame
    Twin Peaks
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    Down In Heaven

    Following two LPs for scuzz-and-fuzzed-out rockers, Twin Peaks settled into a groove on "Down In Heaven." Adding multi-instrumentalist and fourth songwriter Colin Croom (on top of the band's stable of singers Cadien Lake James, Clay Frankel and Jack Dolan), the band has never sounded more confident. Each songwriter has their best work so far with James' "Walk To The One You Love," Frankel's "Butterfly" and Dolan's "Getting Better."


    -Josh Terry (redeyechicago.com)

    1. Walk To The One You Love
    2. Wanted You
    3. My Boys
    4. Butterfly
    5. You Don't
    6. Cold Lips
    7. Heavenly Showers
    8. Keep It Together
    9. Getting Better
    10. Holding Roses
    11. Lolisa
    12. Stain
    13. Have You Ever?
    Twin Peaks
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    Conditions Of My Parole

    Puscifer is the brainchild of Tool/A Perfect Circle front man Maynard James Keenan. Spin said of the debut album: ...sharp and giant-sounding, with a delightfully subversive sense of melody while Kerrang described the set as Filthy, sexy, electronic beats that writhe and shake it like Tool never could. With Conditions of My Parole, Keenan retreated to his Arizona homestead, recording the twelve-track album he describes as Twin Peaks in the desert. The result is twelve slightly sinister yet perversely danceable songs that use the notoriously reclusive Keenan's surroundings as inspiration.
    1. Tiny Monsters
    2. The Green Valley
    3. Monsoons
    4. Telling Ghosts
    5. Horizons
    6. Man Overboard
    7. Toma
    8. The Rapture (Fear is a Mind Killa mix)
    9. Conditions of My Parole
    10. The Weaver
    11. Oceans
    12. Tumbleweed
    Puscifer
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  • Floating Into The Night Floating Into The Night Quick View

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    Floating Into The Night

    Contains Falling, Theme Song Of Twin Peaks


    Music Written & Produced By Angelo Badalamenti & David Lynch


    Floating Into The Night is the debut album by the American dream pop musician Julee Cruise, released in 1989. The album was produced, and all songs were written by, composer Angelo Badalamenti and film director David Lynch. Badalamenti composed the music to which Lynch wrote the lyrics. Two singles were released from the album: Falling and Rockin' Back Inside My Heart, both of which are featured in Lynch's television series, Twin Peaks. An instrumental version of Falling is used as the theme song to the series.


    In addition to the two singles, a number of other tracks from Floating Into The Night appeared in Twin Peaks, including Into the Night, The Nightingale and The World Spins. Mysteries of Love is featured in Lynch's 1986 film Blue Velvet; Rockin' Back Inside My Heart, Into the Night, I Float Alone and The World Spins are performed in the 1990 Lynch production Industrial Symphony No. 1 and The World Spins is featured on the soundtrack to the 2003 film The Company.

    1. Floating
    2. Falling
    3. I Remember
    4. Rockin' Back Inside My Heart
    5. Mysteries Of Love
    6. Into The Night
    7. I Float Alone
    8. The Nightingale

    9. The Swan
    10. The World Spins
    Julee Cruise
    $34.99
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
  • For All Kings (Awaiting Repress) For All Kings (Awaiting Repress) Quick View

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    For All Kings (Awaiting Repress)


    Blue Colored Vinyl


    Eleven studio albums and 33 years into their career, and ANTHRAX is set to output quite possibly the best thing they've ever done. "For All Kings" pulls no punches. This is a seriously heavy and astonishingly good record.


    2013 saw the departure of guitarist Rob Caggiano to Volbeat, and the arrival of Jon Donais from Shadows Fall, who also makes his recording debut with Anthrax. Joey Belladonna is far and away the star of this recording, and I'll tell you why. In a world where an organic instrument like a voice can deteriorate over time and change how it sounds can be devastating for someone who makes their living from it- I'm looking at you, David Lee Roth. It's very evident that Mr. Belladonna does not have such issues, as his delivery is just as powerful as it was 30 years ago. Charlie Benante's amazing drumming is another constant in Anthrax, as is Frank Bello's bass playing; always top-notch and inspired. Band leader, Scott Ian, has brought Anthrax an incredible distance, and really shows off his mature musicianship with the other guys with his superior songwriting, even contributing lyrics for the first single, "Evil Twin", which was loosely written about the terrorist attack on the Charlie Hebdo publication offices in 2015.


    They began recording in late 2014 with producer Jay Ruston in Los Angeles, California. Reportedly 15-20 songs were recorded and completed. Early in 2015, We were treated with a new song, "Soror Irrumator" which was featured on the Catch The Throne Mixtape Volume Two, and was scheduled to appear on "For All Kings", but strangely, does not appear on the album, despite what the band had suggested. Alex Ross gets his third turn as album artist, as he depicts the band as giant statues.


    Anthrax today, is not the Anthrax of 1987, and "For All Kings" is not "Among The Living", even though 4/5 of the band are still intact from their peak period. I say that in a good way, because as good as they were then, to put it simply, they're better now. Better songwriters, better musicians, seasoned bandmates that know that they're better together than apart. If you loved "Worship Music" as much as I did, you'll love this album. When you can be a band that has played together for well over 30 years and still put out quality music like "For All Kings", it's nothing short of magic.


    - Rick Schwartz (Infrared Magazine)

    1. Impaled
    2. You Gotta Believe
    3. Monster At The End
    4. For All Kings
    5. Breathing Lightning
    6. Breathing Out
    7. Suzerain
    8. Evil Twin
    9. Blood Eagle Wings
    10. Defend Avenge
    11. All of Them Thieves
    12. This Battle Chose us
    13. Zero Tolerance
    Anthrax
    $24.99
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    Peak Twins

    Peak Twins are Joel Carey and Liam Kenny. The first Peak Twins LP is made up of nine tracks, all produced with producer Jack Farley throughout 2012 and 2013. A cover of the Fred Neil Torch song 'The Dolphins' accompanies eight original numbers, including the previously released 7" single, 'Steppin' Off'. The Peak Twins LP does not have two lead singers - it is fronted by a lone, powerful voice, supported by choir-strength backing, swimming in a sea of angelic guitars and flat-foot drumming.
    1. Only One
    2. Steppin' Off
    3. So Long
    4. The Dolphins
    5. Got Woken Up
    6. China White
    7. Salvation
    8. Divine Nature
    9. 500 Days
    Peak Twins
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  • Floating Into The Night (Red Vinyl) Floating Into The Night (Red Vinyl) Quick View

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    Floating Into The Night (Red Vinyl)

    Pressed On Red Colored Vinyl


    "Floating Into The Night" is the 1989 debut album by vocalist Julee Cruise featuring songs written and produced by composer Angelo Badalamenti and film director David Lynch (who wrote the lyrics). The songs Falling and Rockin' Back Inside My Heart were both featured in Lynch's cult television series, Twin Peaks. The instrumental version of "Falling" was the theme song for Twin Peaks while the album as a whole is almost an unofficial soundtrack to the series. The track "Mysteries Of Love" was prominently featured in Lynch's classic film Blue Velvet. Cruise's dreamy, light vocals match perfectly with the music and lyrics to make this album sound like it is unattached to any era or time. Reissued on red vinyl with a double sided insert by Plain Recordings.

    1. Floating
    2. Falling
    3. I Remember
    4. Rockin' Back Inside My Heart
    5. Mysteries Of Love
    6. Into The Night
    7. I Float Alone
    8. The Nightingale
    9. The Swan
    10. The World Spins
    Julee Cruise
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  • My World Was Made For You My World Was Made For You Quick View

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    My World Was Made For You

    My World Was Made For You is the debut album from The Icypoles, four gals from Melbourne who would just as easily fit into a Bande a Part dance scene or be happily serving cherry pie at Twin Peaks' Double R Diner*. Having become a familiar fixture on Melbourne's inner-north stages, and with two previous releases (2009's Getting Ready cassette and 2011's Promise to Stay 7" EP), The Icypoles' musical adventures can be traced back to the early 00s, with half the band finding their formative footing playing in Architecture in Helsinki.
    1. You Make Me
    2. Babies
    3. Gotta Stop
    4. Round N Round
    5. Just You
    6. Stayin' Home
    7. Tararara
    8. Happy Birthday
    9. Popular Boy
    10. Don't Fall In Love
    11. Settle Down
    12. Love Thy Will Be Done
    13. Hearts
    The Icypoles
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    Hold Still Life

    Hold Still Life, which was co-produced by band members Andrew Futral and Rachel Browne, marks Field Mouse's first full-length that's been written and released as a full band. The album was recorded at Seaside Lounge, Brooklyn & Let 'em In, Brooklyn and mixed by Kyle Gilbride (Swearin', Waxahatchee, Upset).


    Upon returning from a tour with Laura Stevenson and the Cans in 2013, the band wasted no time arranging the album. Inspired by burgeoning adulthood, social overload and isolation, life in New York, and the realization that life is going by with a terrifying swiftness (plus a handful of breakup songs to boot), Field Mouse wrote and recorded the new album in late 2013.


    If you're a fan of artists like The Breeders, Sonic Youth, Velocity Girl, My Bloody Valentine, Beach House or Juliana Hatfield, you're gonna enjoy Field Mouse. Plus, they have a really great cover of the Twin Peaks song so there's that.

    1. A Place You Return to in a Dream
    2. Tomorrow Is Yesterday
    3. Two Ships
    4. Everyone but You
    5. Asteroid
    6. Reina
    7. Netsuke
    8. Horizon City
    9. Bright Lights
    10. Happy
    11. Kids
    12. Water in the Valley
    13. A Place You Return To In A Dream (Acoustic)
    14. Everyone But You (Acoustic)
    15. Asteroid (Acoustic)
    16. Water In The Valley (Acoustic)
    Field Mouse
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    FORGET

    While writing FORGET, Xiu Xiu released the lauded Plays the Music of Twin Peaks, collaborated with Mitski on a song for an upcoming John Cameron Mitchell film, and scored an experimental reworking of the Mozart opera, The Magic Flute. All of this frantic, external activity lead to a softly damaged dreaminess and broadened intent that has not been heard before in other Xiu Xiu works.Standout track, "Wondering" is one of the catchiest boogie pop gems in the Xiu Xiu catalog, but like much of FORGET, it still bears an underlying tension that manifests differently in each piece. FORGET was produced by John Congleton (Blondie, Sigur Ros), Greg Saunier of Deerhoof and Xiu Xiu's own Angela Seo.
    1. The Call
    2. Queen of the Losers
    3. Wondering
    4. Get Up
    5. Hay Choco Bananas
    6. Jenny GoGo
    7. At Last, At Last
    8. Forget
    9. Petite
    10. Faith, Torn Apart
    Xiu Xiu
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    Remixed

    The neo-synth pop group Bastille were formed in London, England in 2010. Originally the solo project of singer/songwriter Dan Smith, Bastille expanded to a quartet after he decided to form a band and got some of his friends involved. The band attracted a lot of attention after putting a few tracks online, leading to support slots at major U.K. festivals like Glastonbury and the Isle of Wight. While their lush, heavily '80s-inspired melodies, anthemic choruses, and literate, emotionally raw lyrics, delivered in Smith's swooping voice, undoubtedly appealed to kids weaned on the sounds of La Roux and Florence + the Machine, at least part of the hype was due to the flagrantly copyright-breaching videos that Smith, an ardent film buff, edited together out of footage from old movies like Terrence Malick's Badlands. Eventually they secured a deal with hip indie label Young and Lost Club and released their debut 7" single, Flaws/Icarus, in July 2011. This was followed later that year by Laura Palmer EP, named for the teenaged murder victim in David Lynch's cult '90s TV series Twin Peaks; the creepy accompanying video for the track "Overjoyed" was also heavily inspired by the series. The group returned in 2013 with their debut album Bad Blood.


    ~ John D. Buchanan, Rovi

    1. Bad Blood (MelÉ Remix)
    2. Overjoyed (Distance Remix)
    3. Pompeii (Kat Krazy Remix)
    4. Laura Palmer (RAC Mix)
    5. Things We Lost In the Fire (beGun Remix)
    6. Flaws (Russ Chimes Remix)
    7. Bad Blood (feat. F Stokes & Kenzie May) [F*U*G*Z Remix]
    8. Overjoyed (Yeasayer Remix)
    9. Pompeii (Tyde Remix)
    10. Laura Palmer (Abbey Road Sessions)
    Bastille
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  • Yoko and the Oh No's (On Sale) Yoko and the Oh No's (On Sale) On Sale Quick View

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    Yoko and the Oh No's (On Sale)

    Yoko & the Oh No's are three kids from Chicago - Max Goldstein on vocals, Max Loebman on guitar, and Stef Roti on drums - a raging trio fueled by Taco Bell, rock & roll myths, and pilfered booze. It doesn't quite add up how kids this young (Max L. just graduated high school) managed to tap into a vibe this classic. The band's self-titled full-length debut, out July 31 on Autumn Tone, is crammed with classic rock riffs, swinging beats, and up front, the sassy, done-up style of Max G. emoting loosely and widly like a young David Johansen fronting the New York Dolls, possessing a crooner's voice and a taste for style. Dolled up in flashy get-ups, Max G.'s voice is a growly, beefy thing, a rangy tenor that belies his taste for soul shouters. The prevailing mood in modern indie garage rock is one of stylistic indifference, but that's not how Yoko & the Oh No's come across; these kiddos don't just care, they care a lot. Listen to the crashing classic rock chorus of "Heart Attack," the sneering "She Knows It," and the distorted R&B groove of "Nobody Wants to Know." "Talking over radio/on the moonlit drive/We listen to VU/Jane says close your eyes." Yoko & the Oh No's S/T album is their first for Autumn Tone Records, which has a knack for finding raw young bucks (turn up records by the Orwells, Twin Peaks, and Modern Vices as a testament). Yoko & the Oh No's are currently on tour with likeminded rock & roll weirdos The Growlers, blowing minds and connecting with crowds across the Midwest.
    Yoko And The Oh No's
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    Noctunes

    Willis Earl Beal was born on the South Side of Chicago. He would never consider it home. An odd kid, he spent a lot of his youth talking with his grandmother, who would entertain his endless questions about the universe and encourage his love of drawing. He developed an obsession with Batman that would last well into his teenage years, when he enlisted in the U.S. Army as a form of vigilante training. Willis Earl Beal died on an army base in Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri. While in boot camp he was plagued with physical and mental abuse, health complications (which would later require surgery and the removal of large portions of his intestine) forced his discharge. He moved back home. "When that all broke down," Beal says. "I lost a piece of myself." Willis Earl Beal was born in Albuquerque, New Mexico. After a stint of homelessness there, he worked odd jobs and rented a studio apartment. Though he'd never learned to play any instruments, he began to record raw, lo-fi albums with hand-drawn covers that he'd leave at coffee shops around town alongside flyers seeking a girlfriend with his phone number written on them. Those artifacts would eventually find their way to the cover of Found magazine, then to Jamie-James Medina at XL Recordings. Beal signed with XL's Hot Charity imprint in 2012. Willis Earl Beal died in New York City. Despite the release of two critically well-received albums on XL-Acousmatic Sorcery, a collection of his early home recordings, and a fully orchestrated studio album he recorded in Amsterdam called Nobody Knows-he was a mess. "I'd drink myself into stupors," he says. "I'd walk around in the daytime, crying, then I'd go downtown. The police would bring me home in the morning." Willis Earl Beal was born on a lake twenty miles outside Olympia, Washington. After ending his contract with XL, Beal went to live in the woods, and began an artistic transformation entirely of his own design, from rough-edged outsider-art provocateur to the kind of mysterious crooner one might expect to haunt the outskirts of Twin Peaks. "People had all these ideas about what I was supposed to be," he says. "I had only ever wanted to make lullabies." Beal's development played out over two self-released EPs and a full-length album, and then Beal built the patient, ambient-leaning Noctunes. The album's twelve songs are moving and meditative, thoroughly soaked with mournful synth strings and simple lyricism that Beal says is intentionally minimalistic. "I wanted to create this persona that could say everything perfectly with very little," Beal says. "The record, to me, is a perfect record. I listen to that thing a lot, and it helps me." Willis Earl Beal has yet to be born. Critics and publicists defined him before he'd had a chance to define himself. Their expectations were inextricably linked with race and gender, two concepts Beal thoroughly rejects. Now, two extremely productive years removed from the spotlight, Beal doesn't feel pressure to define himself against anything. His new music is shockingly original, utterly confident, and as ephemeral as Beal himself. He levitates above definition, concerned only with self-discovery and truth-seeking. "I know it sounds falsely altruistic," he says. "But I think a simple voice like mine can serve as an example of some kind of freedom."
    1. Under You
    2. Flying So Low
    3. Like a Box
    4. Lust
    5. No Solution
    6. Stay
    7. Say the Words
    8. Love Is All Around
    9. Able to Wait
    10. Survive
    11. Start Over
    12. 12 Midnight
    Willis Earl Beal
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    Pattern of Excel

    What moves faster than the internet? OK, maybe light. But besides that, it's hard to find something more fleeting, rapidly changing and dynamic as the voice of the online community, which ultimately shapes the contemporary creative landscape both on and off the screen. As it happens, sometimes the artists who are most celebrated by the collective interweb are the same ones who later are in the throes of its fickleness. In the case of Lee Bannon, he's managed to slip into the elite of so many disparate (yet all discerning) scenes that even the speediest of hype surfers can't seem to keep up with his sonic shapeshifting. After an initial rise in the world of hip-hop (self-releasing beat tapes, collaborating with rap royalty like Souls of Mischief and Hieroglyphics and producing and DJing for Joey Bada$$ and the Pro Era crew), Lee Bannon turned his attention to a more ambitious, unconventional and decidedly anti-fad cause: taking influence from Goldie, Aphex Twin and the legacy of drum & bass and jungle to craft his debut LP Alternate/Endings. The album, released in January 2014 on Ninja Tune, was percussively dense, somehow both raw and razor-sharp, and featured enough peaks and plummets to blow the snapback right off the expectant hip-hop head's skull. Despite (or perhaps because of) the bold shift from previous work, the album was released to critical acclaim with words of praise coming from Rolling Stone, Resident Advisor, FACT, Pitchfork, The Guardian and more. Never one to stagnate, Lee Bannon has spent the subsequent months further honing his skills as a hotly-tipped collaborator (working more with Joey Bada$$, Wiki and producing Mick Jenkins' newest single, as well as more credits to come later this year), touring extensively (including a run with Trash Talk and Ratking in North America) and turning his attention once more to the studio for solo work. His sophomore LP on Ninja Tune, Pattern of Excel, again signals a movement away from the ground he's already covered and toward his own vision of the leftfield future. Gone are the rapidfire breaks and growling b-lines of his debut, replaced instead by a considered exploration of ambient soundscapes and drone influences. Though less immediately demanding of the listener's attention, Pattern of Excel shines in its quietude: the bokeh which filters through Artificial Stasis, the distant but steady build of Memory 6, the strings sadly quavering into a melody on Disneµ Girls. Rather than a departure, Pattern of Excel can only be considered a continuation of Lee Bannon's proven flexibility and commitment to innovation and progression.
    1. Good / Swimmer
    2. Artificial Stasis
    3. dx2
    4. Suffer Gene
    5. refoah
    6. Shallowness is the root of all evil
    7. Paofex
    8. kanu
    9. Aga
    10. inflatable
    11. AW in the Sky for Pigs
    12. Disneµ Girls
    13. SDM
    14. Memory 6
    15. Towels
    Lee Bannon
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    Rhythm & Blues

    Double LP Features Kid Rock, Keith Urban, Gary Clark, Jr., Beth Hart And Aerosmith Members Steven Tyler, Joe Perry And Brad Whitford!


    Six-time Grammy Award winner and 2012 Kennedy Center Honoree Buddy Guy releases his studio album, Rhythm & Blues, on RCA Records. The follow-up to his 2010 Grammy Award winning album Living Proof, this double-disc masterpiece features first time studio collaborations with A-list artists Kid Rock, Keith Urban, Gary Clark, Jr., Beth Hart and Aerosmith members Steven Tyler, Joe Perry and Brad Whitford.


    Produced by Grammy Award winning producer/songwriter and longtime collaborator Tom Hambridge (Skin Deep, Living Proof), Rhythm & Blues captures the 76 year-young Guy at the peak of his creativity. Replete with heartfelt vocals, straightforward lyrics and mesmerizing guitar licks, Rhythm & Blues not only exemplifies how blues continues to be the foundation of all genres of today's music, it also illustrates why Guy has been influential in the careers of Eric Clapton, Jimi Hendrix, Jeff Beck, Stevie Ray Vaughan and more.


    The Rhythm disc includes rhythm and blues-style blues with deep grooves, such as the Junior Wells' 1960 hit "Messin With The Kid" featuring Kid Rock, the touching "One Day Away" with Keith Urban, and "What You're Gonna Do About Me," a rousing duet with Beth Hart. Guy rounds out the disc with "Best In Town," "Whiskey Ghost," Guitar Slim's "Well I Done Got Over It" and more.


    The Blues disc taps into the genre's rich history with "Meet Me In Chicago," "I Could Die Happy," "Never Gonna Change" and "All That Makes Me Happy Is The Blues." Aerosmith's Tyler, Perry and Whitford contribute to the musical lesson with "Evil Twin" while Gary Clark, Jr. joins Guy on "Blues Don't Care."


    In a career that spans nearly 50 years with over 50 albums released, the incomparable Buddy Guy recently added the prestigious Kennedy Center Honors and NARM Chairman's Award for Sustained Creative Achievement to his long list of achievements. Guy is the recipient of 30 awards and accolades, including 6 Grammy Awards, 28 Blues Music Awards (formerly W. C. Handy Awards), Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction, the first annual Great Performer of Illinois Award, a Billboard Music Awards' Century Award for distinguished artistic achievement, the Presidential National Medal of Arts, in addition to being listed as one of the 100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time by Rolling Stone.

    LP 1
    1. Best In Town
    2. Justifyin'
    3. I Go By Feel
    4. Messin' With The Kid (Feat. Kid Rock)
    5. What's Up With That Woman
    6. One Day Away (Feat. Keith Urban)
    7. Well I Done Got Over It
    8. What You Gonna Do About Me (Feat. Beth Hart)
    9. The Devil's Daughter
    10. Whiskey Ghost
    11. Rhythm Inner Groove


    LP 2
    1. Meet Me In Chicago
    2. Too Damn Bad
    3. Evil Twin (Feat. Steven Tyler, Joe Perry & Brad Whitford)
    4. I Could Die Happy
    5. Never Gonna Change
    6. All That Makes Me Happy Is The Blues
    7. My Mama Loved Me
    8. Blues Don't Care (Feat. Gary Clark, Jr.)
    9. I Came Up Hard
    10. Poison Ivy

    Buddy Guy
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  • For All Kings (Pink Vinyl) For All Kings (Pink Vinyl) Quick View

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    For All Kings (Pink Vinyl)

    Pink Colored Vinyl


    Eleven studio albums and 33 years into their career, and ANTHRAX is set to output quite possibly the best thing they've ever done. "For All Kings" pulls no punches. This is a seriously heavy and astonishingly good record.


    2013 saw the departure of guitarist Rob Caggiano to Volbeat, and the arrival of Jon Donais from Shadows Fall, who also makes his recording debut with Anthrax. Joey Belladonna is far and away the star of this recording, and I'll tell you why. In a world where an organic instrument like a voice can deteriorate over time and change how it sounds can be devastating for someone who makes their living from it- I'm looking at you, David Lee Roth. It's very evident that Mr. Belladonna does not have such issues, as his delivery is just as powerful as it was 30 years ago. Charlie Benante's amazing drumming is another constant in Anthrax, as is Frank Bello's bass playing; always top-notch and inspired. Band leader, Scott Ian, has brought Anthrax an incredible distance, and really shows off his mature musicianship with the other guys with his superior songwriting, even contributing lyrics for the first single, "Evil Twin", which was loosely written about the terrorist attack on the Charlie Hebdo publication offices in 2015.


    They began recording in late 2014 with producer Jay Ruston in Los Angeles, California. Reportedly 15-20 songs were recorded and completed. Early in 2015, We were treated with a new song, "Soror Irrumator" which was featured on the Catch The Throne Mixtape Volume Two, and was scheduled to appear on "For All Kings", but strangely, does not appear on the album, despite what the band had suggested. Alex Ross gets his third turn as album artist, as he depicts the band as giant statues.


    Anthrax today, is not the Anthrax of 1987, and "For All Kings" is not "Among The Living", even though 4/5 of the band are still intact from their peak period. I say that in a good way, because as good as they were then, to put it simply, they're better now. Better songwriters, better musicians, seasoned bandmates that know that they're better together than apart. If you loved "Worship Music" as much as I did, you'll love this album. When you can be a band that has played together for well over 30 years and still put out quality music like "For All Kings", it's nothing short of magic.


    - Rick Schwartz (Infrared Magazine)

    1. Impaled
    2. You Gotta Believe
    3. Monster At The End
    4. For All Kings
    5. Breathing Lightning
    6. Breathing Out
    7. Suzerain
    8. Evil Twin
    9. Blood Eagle Wings
    10. Defend Avenge
    11. All of Them Thieves
    12. This Battle Chose us
    13. Zero Tolerance
    Anthrax
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  • Leader Of The Pack (Out Of Stock) Leader Of The Pack (Out Of Stock) Quick View

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    Leader Of The Pack (Out Of Stock)

    Few girl groups of the 1960s can lay claim to being as influential as The Shangri-Las. Eschewing the glitz'n'glamour of their Motown contemporaries, the group's melodramatic songs and tough girl image - often at odds with lead singer Mary's tremulous vocals - have resonated across the decades in the recordings of Blondie, Amy Winehouse and, latterly, Bat For Lashes. Comprising sisters Betty and Mary Weiss and twins Marge and Mary Ann Ganser,
    the group formed in high school in Queens, NYC in 1963 and made their Red Bird debut with producer 'Shadow' Morton's opus 'Remember (Walking In The Sand)'. Between 1964 and 1966 they charted 11 US Hot
    100 singles.


    Recorded to capitalise on their US No.1 death disc classic 'Leader Of The Pack' (penned by Ellie Greenwich & Jeff Barry), Side 1 of this mono 12-tracker brings The Shangs' distinctive sound and penchant for tear-stained heartbreak to the fore with tracks such as 'Easier To Cry' and 'What Is Love?', while Side 2 includes rough'n'ready live recordings of the Isley Brothers' 'Twist And Shout', the Phil Upchurch stomper 'You Can't Sit Down' and, harking back to their high school roots, The Chantels' 'Maybe'. The album's opener, 'Give Him A Great Big Kiss', was immediately spun off as a single, peaking at US No.18 in early 1965.


    In the wake of producer George Morton's death earlier this year this is a timely reissue by
    one of Pop's best loved girl groups and foremost exponents of teenage angst.

    1. Give Him A Great Big Kiss
    2. Leader Of The Pack
    3. Bull Dog
    4. It's Easier To Cry
    5. What Is Love
    6. Remember (Walking In The Sand)
    7. Twist And Shout
    8. Maybe
    9. So Much In Love
    10. Shout
    11. Good Night, My Love, Pleasant Dreams
    12. You Can't Sit Down
    Shangri-Las
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