Record Store Day 2017
A previously unreleased live recording from Los Angeles on 5th September, 1974. This was a pivotal gig in the transition between the Diamond Dogs tour and the Philly Dogs tour. Produced by David Bowie and mixed by Tony Visconti at Human Studios, NYC in October/November 2016. 3 LP set with etching on sixth side. (Limited worldwide release of 17,000.)
SIDE A: 01 Introduction (Live) 02 1984 (Live) 03 Rebel Rebel (Live) 04 Moonage Daydream (Live) 05 Sweet Thing/Candidate/Sweet Thing (Reprise) (Live)
SIDE B: 01 Changes (Live) 02 Suffragette City (Live) 03 Aladdin Sane (Live) 04 All The Young Dudes (Live) 05 Cracked Actor (Live)
SIDE 2A: 01 Rock N Roll With Me (Live) 02 Knock on Wood (Live) 03 It's Gonna Be Me (Live) 04 Space Oddity (Live)
SIDE 2B: 01 Diamond Dogs (Live) 02 Big Brother (Live) 03 Time (Live)
SIDE 3A: 01 The Jean Genie (Live) 02 Rock N Roll Suicide (Live) 03 John, I'm Only Dancing (Again) (Live)
New West Records is proud to present Vic Chesnutt's second studio album West of Rome. Meticulously remastered and pressed on vinyl for the very first time, West of Rome is widely regarded by fans and hailed by critics as Chesnutt's best record. Originally produced by R.E.M.'s Michael Stipe, this vinyl pressing features an alternate tracklisting curated by Vic and Stipe in which "Latent/Blatant" no longer kicks off the album and is moved to the bonus tracks. In addition, the closing instrumental which was "hidden" in the original release is now titled "Little Fugue" and has been resequenced as the fourteenth track. West of Rome's two studio outtakes, "Nathan" and "Where's The Clock" appear in the bonus tracks. Also included are four-track demos and live versions of songs from the same time period. This pressing is West of Rome as it was meant to be.
The Claypool Lennon Delirium covers Pink Floyd, King Crimson, The Who, and Travellin Flower Band on this four song llive EP on mixed bright green vinyl 10".
1. Astronomy Domine (Pink Floyd) 2. Boris The Spider (The Who) 3. The Court of the Crimson King (King Crimson) 4. Satori (Travellin Flower Band)
The first weapon drawn in a conflict is language, but the first weapon drawn for Czarface is music. Wu-Tang Clan's Inspectah Deck & Esoteric carved a niche for Czarface with venomous vocals, but the musical production is their super power. Powered by the trademark sound of 7L and Todd Spadafore (The Czar-Keys), a sound that's been developed since Czarface's first LP in 2013, First Weapon Drawn serves as the soundtrack to Czarface's mysterious origin. Fresh off of their collaboration with Marvel Comics, Czarface has not only delivered a new audio adventure complete with narration, it has given us an extra large, full color, action-packed 24 page comic book with it, housed in a beautiful gatefold jacket! In the spirit of the highly sought after Power Records series from the 70's, you can read along with the comic and hear the story come to life on vinyl.
SIDE A: 1. Czarface Theme 2. First Weapon Drawn 3. Czartusi 4. For The Title 5. Kick It Up A Notch 6. A Falling Czar 7. Funky Premonition
SIDE B: 1. Squared Portal 2. This Fight Ain't Scripted 3. Godspeed Solider 4. Something Once Human 5. What The Problem Is 6. Death Of A Comrade 7. Night Of/Mourning After
"Best of United Artists Years: 1971-1974" compiles the some of the best recordings from space-rock pioneers Hawkwind's earliest and, arguably, most compelling material. The record also features some rare and alternate versions of songs from the band's studio albums of that era, like "Silver Machine (Live at Roundhouse 1971)". This limited edition pressing on swirl color vinyl is exclusively available for Record Store Day 2017. The album was pressed at Pallas Group in Germany on audiophile-grade vinyl.
01 Silver Machine (1971) (Live at Roundhouse)
02 Master of the Universe (1971)
03 Lord of Light (1972)
04 Urban Guerilla (1972)
01 Space is Deep Live (1973)
02 Web Weaver
03 Lost Johnny (1974)
04 Brainbox Pollution
35th Anniversary Vinyl Reissue 1st time available on vinyl since the original films' release Richard Amsel designed poster used as vinyl album cover for the 1st time Pressed on 140 gram "Crystal Clear" vinyl. Upgraded 400gsm thick Lp Jacket Limited worldwide pressing of 2000 copies. The Dark Crystal: The Original Sound Track features Trevor Jones' musical score written for the film, arranged specifically for an album listening experience. The album was recorded by the London Symphony Orchestra at the legendary Abby road studios in 1982. The album has been reissued on CD in various countries throughout the last 35 years, but this is the first vinyl reissue since the film's original release.
Overture (3:11) The Power Ceremony (3:57) The Storm (1:03) The Mystic Master Dies (0:51) The Funerals / Jen's Journey (5:25) The Skeksis Duel (1:41) The Pod Dance (3:14) Love Theme (3:17) Gelfling Song (1:11) The Gelfling Ruins (1:43) The Landstrider Journey (0:44) The Great Conjunction (4:13) Finale (7:14)
For the first time on vinyl since it originally came out in 2004 Beer City Skateboards and Records is proud to bring you the political hardcore punk legends M.D.C.’s eighth full length; M.D.C.- Magnus Dominus Corpus! (The title is a Latin term taken from the returning Crusaders of the 13th century to term the intense hatred between the clashing Islamic and Christian cultures.)This contains the original full length restored and remastered for a louder, better sound then ever before. To top it all off only 1100 of these will be pressed for RSD 2017.
SIDE 1: 1 Destroying the Planet 2 Going Nowhere Faster than You 3 Founding Fathers 4 Poseur Punk 5 Let's Kill All the Cops 6 Life, But How to Live It 7 Prime Evil 8 Time Out 9 Girls Like You Make me Queer
SIDE 2: 10 Sleep a Little Less, Dream a Little More 11 Walking on Thin Ice 12 No More Cops 13 Long Day, Short Life 14 Timmy Yo 15 Nazis Shouldn’t Drive 16 Sick of It 17 Prick Faced Bastard 18 Ballad of G.W.
Born Again was originally released December 7, 1999 and has been out of print since the early 2000s. It debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200 charts and solve over 485k albums in the first week of release. Guest artists include Busta Rhymes, Redman and Method Man, Missy Elliott, Ice Cube, and Snoop Dogg. Its reissue on double gold vinyl for Record Store Day 2017 is part of the commemoration of the twentieth anniversary of the death of the Notorious B.I.G. (Limited worldwide release of 8000.)
"More than 20 years since our first album was released, we are frequently flattered by fans expressing how much our music meant to them. We are often asked if we have a new album in the works. So far, the answer has been no. But for a while now, we’ve been thinking of issuing an album of unreleased songs for our fans around the world. With the encouragement of a few close friends, the idea grew and soon we were rummaging through our old tape archives. So, what you have here is not an album of new songs, but a collection of old songs from the time of our previous albums. Songs that never went beyond the demo stage. We hope and hope and hope that you will enjoy them in all their low-hi-fi glory." --Nuclear Valdez
01 Give Up On You 02 Trapped in Time 03 Queen 04 Tear for a Smile 05 19 06 Come Inside 07 Rose Colored Glasses 08 Dead Siobhan
Individually numbered, four sleeve, book-style gatefold release with 16 page book stuffed full of exclusive photos.
This Record Store Day, Spoon will release the 12" single "Hot Thoughts" including two otherwise unavailable tracks: "Hot Thoughts (Dave Sitek Remix) and Spoon's cover of Elvis Presley's "Love Letters".
01 Hot Thoughts 02 Hot Thoughts (Dave Sitek Remix) 03 Love Letters (Elvis Presley Cover)
On Record Store Day, Superchunk will release Cup of Sand, their 2003 singles and rarities compilation on vinyl for the first time. The original CD packaging has been expanded for this edition to showcase Laura Balance's original paintings, and features expanded conversations with Mac, Jon, Jim and Laura about every track included--the ones they remember recording, anyway. The notes have been expanded to comprise the three additonal songs from out-of-print compilations which have been added to this remastered reissue. The limited edition packaging will be available exclusively to independent record stores.
SIDE A: 01 The Majestic 02 Reg 03 Her Royal Fisticuffs 04 The Mine Has Been 05 Returned To Its Original Owner
SIDE B: Small Definition 02 Dance Lessons 03 Basement Life 04 Still Feed Myself
SIDE 2A: 01 Fader Rules 02 Never Too Young To Smoke 03 Detroit Has A Skyline (Acoustic) 04 Does Your Hometown Care?
SIDE 2B: Everyone Gets Crushed 02 Beat My Guest 03 With Bells On 04 Clover 05 Sexy Ankles
SIDE 3A: 01 White Noise 02 Thin Air 03 Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps) 03 1000 Pounds (Duck Kee Style) 04 Anything Could Happen
SIDE 3B: The Length of Las Ramblas 02 Becoming A Speck 03 The Hot Break 04 A Collection of Accounts 05 Freaks in Charge 06 Blending In
Almost a year to the day from the release of Suuns' most-far reaching and creative record Hold/Still comes an album of remixes. Spanning an incredibly diverse range of artists and sounds, each one of these remixes takes the original track and twists and turns it into some very unique. The source material leant itself perfectly to a remix project - these are songs that are complex, layered, experimental. The remixes vary from the dancefloor fillers from the likes of Redshape or Marvin & Guy through to the ambience of Lee Gamble and Beatrice Dillon and the techno of VRIL, and shows Suuns as one of the most forward thinking and fertile bands around. Time to go and get lost. Comes as a double, colored, limited vinyl.
01 Instrument - Redshape remix 02 UN-NO - Marvin & Guy Brown Eyes remix 03 Brainwash - Lee Gamble reconstruction 04 Translate - Dark Sky ‘Psych' remix 05 Paralyzer - VRIL remix 06 UN-NO - Marvin & Guy Blue Eyes remix 07 Translate - Dark Sky ‘Pressure' remix 08 UN-NO - Marvin & Guy Black Eyes remix 09 Infinity - Beatrice Dillon remix
U-Roy was a true reggae pioneer, dubbed The Originator for good reason. Bursting onto the Jamaican scene in the earliest 1970s, he pioneered the vocal approach called “toasting,” which in addition to branching out Jamaican music into a new era, was also heavily influential on an American genre in its infancy: rapping. U-Roy’s style and charisma are always on display, and – as with all of his classic records – the groove rules all. Presented for Record Store Day 2017 on black vinyl with a poster of the glorious, ganja-drenched cover art, it’s the perfect chance to revisit one of the more underrated voices in Jamaican musical history.
SIDE A: 01 Runaway Girl 02 Chalice In The Palace 03 I Can't Love Another 04 Dread Locks Dread 05 The Great Psalms
SIDE B: 01 Natty Don't Fear 02 African Message 03 Silver Bird 04 Listen To The Teacher 05 Trench Town Rock
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* Official Record Store Day title * Limited to 3,000 copies on “Angel Shock” color wax * Never before released in any format * Audio restored and remastered from original film transfers * LP housed in a deluxe gatefold Stoughton tip-on jacket * Includes 20-page book with rare archive photos and liner notes Q&A with writer/director David Weisman Edie Sedgwick was the true “It Girl” of the Pop Art age; a woman who famously said she wanted "to turn the world on just for a moment". Part of Andy Warhol's Factory for a year in the mid-'60s, she is widely believed to have inspired The Velvet Underground's “Femme Fatale” as well as Bob Dylan's “Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat” and “Just Like A Woman”. 1973's Ciao! Manhattan, the model and actor's final film, gave some indication of why she inspired such devotion. Written and directed by Factory affiliates John Palmer and David Weisman, the movie tells a quasi-fictionalised account – a chronicle à clef in Weisman's words – of Sedgewick's journey from New York to Santa Barbara. In the film, Sedgwick is Susan Superstar, a New Yorker who winds up living in a drained Santa Barbara swimming pool in a narcotic daze, life and art just a hair away from each other. Shot over a five year period, Sedgwick died of a barbiturate overdose at the age of 28 before filming wrapped in 1971. For a movie starring some of rock's great muses, the soundtrack fittingly features cult figures of the era: Richie Havens (“Shouldn't All The World Be Dancing”, “To Give All Your Love Away”, “I Can’t Make It Anymore”), John Phillips (“Malibu People”) and Byrds/Flying Burrito Brothers member Skip Battin, who performs Kim Fowley's “Citizen Kane”. Other artists are less well-known, including actor Kim Milford, who sings the stirring “Justice”, and Factory man Gino Piserchio, an artist and dear friend of Weisman, whose synthesizer compositions anchor the score. Never before released in any format, this long-overdue pressing includes all of the above plus selected dialogue from the film, each snippet like a beat poem in its own way. The Village Voice once called Ciao! “The Citizen Kane of the drug generation"; deeply evocative of the era, the mood of the soundtrack captures the psychedelic spirit of the film, as well as the darkness and tragedy that characterized Edie's life.
Angel Shock - Gino Piserchio Malibu People - John Phillips “Bad karma…” - [dialogue] Citizen Kane - Skip Battin & Kim Fowley To Give All Your Love Away - Richie Havens Driving Verdecchio - Gino Piserchio "Turn the whole world on just for a moment…” - [dialogue] Night Riders - Gino Piserchio “Open the door!” - [dialogue] I Can’t Make It Anymore - Richie Havens "Wake up!” - [dialogue] Justice - Kim Milford Revolution of the Youth - Gino Piserchio “Anyway I’m a star!” - [dialogue] Doctor Feelgood - Gino Piserchio “Meth burns your brain cells out…” - [dialogue] Shouldn’t All The World Be Dancing? - Richie Havens
In celebration of the 40th Anniversary of Star Wars “A New Hope” this nostalgic 10” RSD exclusive features two tracks from John Williams’ incomparable score from the film that kicked off a legendary franchise.
Side A: Main Title (From "Star Wars: A New Hope"/Score)
Side B: The Throne Room and End Title (From "Star Wars: A New Hope"/Score)
The Bad Signs' Black Magic Moments features our cover of Elvis' ''Can't Help Falling In Love'' on Side-B, which is backmasked and conjures spirits when played backward. This song won't be available digitally or on any re-pressings - each album also contains a page from the Secret Diary Of Elvis Presley inside. $1 from each record will be donated to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.
Blue Love Love Lock 01 Hypno-Twist 02 Nine Lives 03 Can't Help Falling In Love (Elvis Presley)
The Bevis Frond emerged fully-formed from the skull of British rock, and Pitchfork called it "A Cult Favorite". This white vinyl reissue of the heavy third offering from Nick Saloman bursts with 60s-psych and includes epic track ""Tangerine Infringement Beak"" clocking in at nearly 20 minutes, "Into The Cryptic Mist" and "Lights Are Changing" a song that went on to be covered by Mary Lou Lord. A labour of love and fiercely independent, his prolific output has seen as many releases in as many years and an uncompromising vision under his own label Woronzow. Hailed as “a Hendrix devotee every bit as tough and contemporary as the serrated guitar chorales of Sonic Youth and Pixies” by Rolling Stone’s David Fricke, his immense psych-stoner-rock has seen him become a cult figure in his own right. The Bevis Frond’s legion of loyal fans includes Teenage Fanclub, Dinosaur Jr and Mary Lou Lord, who have all covered his music.
A1 Into The Cryptic Mist A2 Debbie's New Song For Drums A3 Lights Are Changing A4 Gemini Machine A5 Phil Exorcises The Daemons A6 Old Man Blank A7 The Daily Round A8 Hurt Goes On
B1 Corinthian B2 Nowhere Fast B3 Tangerine Infringement Beak B4 Hey Joe
C1 Time To Change C2 You're Trying To Get Me High Again C3 Still Couldn't See Her C4 The Pilgrim's Way C5 Through And Through C6 You Got To Unwind
D1 High Wind In The Trees D2 99th Very Last Time D3 I Love You For Your Mind D4 Five Years Wide
Guitar mastery meets the space age bachelor pad with a healthy mix of controversy. The Astro-Sound of Magnificence, from Beyond the Year 2000...a unique capsule of a funky, psychedelic rhythm section jamming, with snarling, stabbing and swooshing cranked-up-to-infinity electric guitar voyages piloted by Wrecking Crew veteran Jerry Cole, polished and primed for takeoff with a string section playing eerie, beckoning melodies in unison. These are the sounds of epiphanies concerning the future, space and sounds on the horizon, circa 1969. The tracks for this album were recorded by Cole and other players during sessions for a separate longplayer and were deemed to be outtakes; the details as to how they became Astro Sounds From Beyond the Year 2000 are dark and distant, but the 10 tracks here were first issued sans strings in 1967 as The Animated Egg, with alternate song titles. Two years later the recordings were overdubbed with the swirling, piercing phase-shifted strings mix you hear here, creating a spectacular fusion of psych-rock, R&B, easy listening and fuzz guitar, with hints of the coming worlds of ambient and electronica. These truly are the far out sounds of tomorrow’s unchartered trip, as the original album jacket proclaims—come aboard, launch and listen. Available on gold vinyl or CD.
1. Flameout 2. Re-Entry To Mog 3. Space Odyssey 4. Astral Freakout 5. Orbit Fantasy 6. Barrier X-69 7. A Disappointing Love With A Desensitized Robot 8. Where Were You In 1982? 9. Trippin' On Lunar 07 10. A Bad Trip Back To '69