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    AC/DC | back on black | LP

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    It doesn't get more classic than this. The Brian Johnson era started with a bang - You Shook Me All Night Long, Back in Black, Hells Bells...absolutely required rock. Originally released as Atlantic 16018 on July 25, 1980 Band logo and album title are embossed on the front of matte cover. Comes with printed inner sleeve. (Columbia/Albert Productions/Sony Music/2009)
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    Back on wax! 'Dirty deeds..' demented ac/dc's position as the premier dirty hard rock to ever have stomped the earth. This record, originally spewed forth in 1976 was literally bursting with quality: the salacious title song, the fan favourite 'big balls,' 'there's gonna be some rockin..'' it ain't pretty but we like it. Reissue, Remastered, 180 gram. (Columbia/Albert Productions/Sony Music/2009)
  • Brian Johnson's second album as ac/dc's frontman, and as such helped them create a phenomenal commercial success, with both singles, 'let's get it up' and the title track, charting on both sides of the atlantic. The album went on to sell over a million copies world-wide and the title track became an immediate live favourite, complete with a cannon-fire salute stage show that became instant encore material. Elsewhere, their familiar rattle remained intact, with 'night of the long knives' and 'breaking the rules' forging a familiar piece of metal. Gatefold Cover with a printed cardboard inner sleeve including liner notes and photos. Originally released as Atlantic 11111 on November 20, 1981 (Columbia/Albert Productions/Sony Music/2009)
  • AC/DC | high voltage | LP

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    'High voltage' was the first chance america had to glimpse the raw power of Australia's best hard rock outfit. From their earliest days, lead guitarist angus young, a spastic dwarf-like riff-monger who wore nothing but traditional schoolboy attire, led this band of hooligans with gleeful perversity and balls-out ambition. The group's intent is perfectly clear from the disc's opening power chords: to distill rock and mutate the blues down to its barest essentials in a pulverizing whomp. Riding over the top of the battering rhythm section is the all-too-true sneer of vocalist bon scott, who brings sexist anthems to a previously unachieved high (or low, depending on your reference point). Issued in a single sleeve with colour printed inner sleeve with liner notes, images and credits. (Columbia/Albert Productions/Sony Music/2009)
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    Limited edition 180 gram vinyl pressing of 'highway to hell'. The artwork includes the original jacket designs, plus new inner sleeves, with the liner notes taken from the new cd versions. Remastered from the original master tapes at Sterling Sound. Originally released as Atlantic 19244 on August 3, 1979. (Columbia/Albert Productions/Sony Music/2009)
  • The hard rock world got a close-up view of the power of ac/dc with the band's first live offering, if you want blood, you've got it. Although the Australian rockers had three prior studio releases of undeniable crunch under their belt, it was this live document that captured the band in all its' chomping power chord glory. distilling the blues and rock 'n' roll down to its barest structures of guitar/bass/drums leaves little room for error. Without heavy production techniques, keyboards, tape loops (or even an effect pedal, for that matter), the band takes to the stage with only bare-knuckle riffs and a floor shaking 4/4 beat. and shake the floor they did. Printed laminated inner sleeve with images and liner notes. All tracks recorded live during 1978 world tour. Mixed at Albert Studios Sydney Australia. An Albert production for Albert International Music. (Columbia/Albert Productions/Sony Music/2009)
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    Misprint on cover front and back. Picture shows band with Brian Johnson as a singer. In fact, of course Bon Scott is the singer at this concert in 1977. 180 gram orange vinyl. Perfect Sound Board Recording From The Agora Ballroom, Cleveland Ohio 1977! Tracklist A1 Live Wire A2 She's Got Balls A3 Problem Child A4 High Voltage B1 The Jack B2 Baby Please Don't Go B3 Rocker (DOL/Unofficial Release)
  • AC/DC | powerage | LP

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    With ac/dc's third release, powerage, the band was dispensing even heftier ammo from their hook-laden cartridge belt. With the rock-steady rhythm section pounding out 4/4 beats as if it were overtaking a small country, guitarists (and brothers) angus and malcolm young trade towering riffs that belie their pint-sized physical stature. The real change on powerage is a noted improvement in songwriting skill. The six-minute "down payment blues" actually has a sense of restraint and building tension, as opposed to the band's usual hit-the-ground running approach. The release includes a coloured inner-sleeve with band's photos, notes, credits and info. Originally released as Atlantic 19180 on May 30, 1978 Recorded at Albert Studios, Sydney, Australia February/March 1978 Remastered from the original master tapes (Columbia/Albert Productions/Sony Music/2009)
  • Media: Near Mint (NM or M-) Sleeve: Near Mint (NM or M-) (ATCO Records)
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    'The Sound Of A' was written back in 1967, and was actually the first song Alice Cooper wrote entirely on his own. It was forgotten until Dennis Dunaway, the bass player of the original Alice Cooper band, rediscovered it and played it to Alice, after which the two of them updated the song and then recorded it for the "Paranormal" album. Features: • 10" Vinyl EP • Hand-Numbered, Limited Edition White Vinyl - Only 4,000 Copies • "The Sound Of A" taken from the album Paranormal • All other songs are previously unreleased and recorded live in Columbus, OH, May 6, 2016 • U2's Larry Mullen on drums on "The Sound Of A" (Ear Music – 0212673EMU)
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    Live At Sheraton La Reina in Los Angeles, September 15th 1990. Yellow Vinyl, 180gr. Tracklist A1 It Ain't Like That A2 Man In The Box A3 Bleed The Freak A4 Put You Down B1 Sea Of Sorrow B2 Real Thing B3 Sunshine B4 We Die Young (DOL/Unofficila Release)
  • Live In Oakland is an unofficial release of the band performing live at Oakland Coliseum Arena on October 8th 1992. Tracklist A1 Dam That River A2 We Die Young A3 Them Bones A4 Would A5 Junkhead A6 God Smack A7 Put You Down B1 Sickman B2 It Ain't Like That B3 Angry Chair B4 Man In The Box (Radio Loop Loop)
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    All tracks recorded in Seattle, June 1989, Demos For "Facelift Tracklist Side 1 1. "Suffragette City" (demo) (2:57) 2. "Bleed The Freak" (demo) (3:37) 3. "Social Parasite" (demo) (4:23) 4. "We Die Young" (demo) (2:29) 5. "Chemical Addiction" (demo) (4:49) 6. "Sunshine" (demo) (4:24) Side 2 1. "King Of The Cats" (demo) (3:07) 2. "The Real Thing" (demo) (3:49) 3. "Killing Yourself" (demo) (2:41) 4. "Sea Of Sorrow" (demo) (5:23) 5. "I Can't Remember" (demo) (3:19) (Unofficial Release)
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    Channelling goth, ‘positive punk’ and industrial, Alien Sex Fiend are experimental pioneers whose output defies easy categorisation. Formed at London’s goth epicentre, the Batcave, in 1982, the Fiends’ early use of loops, synth sheens and a dub sensibility yielded a deal with Anagram and rapid chart success; this dynamite vinyl compilation, exclusive to Radiation Records, draws from six early singles, including the electrode mix of popular debut ‘Ignore the Machine,’ freaky dirge ‘Lips Can’t Go,’ minimalist stomper ‘Dead And Buried,’ the rocking excess of ‘R.I.P.,’ intergalactic ‘E.S.T.’ and the mutant disco of ‘I’m Doing Time.’ A killer set tracking their early evolution, this is absolutely essential listening for all ASF fans. A Lips Can't Go Drive my Rocket - Up Uranus Ignore the Machine (Electrode Mix) Girl at the End of my Gun Dead and Buried B R.I.P. (Blue Crumb Truck) E.S.T. (Trip To The Moon) Boneshaker Baby I'm Doing Time in a Maximum Security Home In and Out of my Mind (Radiation Records)
  • Live At Hove Festival, Norway, 26 June 2007. Tracklist: A1 Addicted A2 Just Friends A3 Tears Dry On Their Own A4 He Can Only Hold Her A5 Cherry A6 Back To Black A7 Wake Up Alone B1 Love Is A Losing Game B2 Hey Little Rich Girl B3 Monkey Man B4 You Know I'm No Good B5 Rehab B6 Me And Mr Jones B7 Valerie (Round Midnight ‎– RNDMNG027/Unofficial Release)
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    Another slice of rare Amy Winehouse on 7", this time teaming up with The Specials! When Amy Winehouse jumped on stage with The Specials in the summer of 2009, a new classic was born. "You're Wondering Now" and "Ghost Town" were performed, also features great mocked Specials first album cover art. (Fan Club/Unofficial Release)
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    Anna von Hausswolff’s new album All Thoughts Fly via Southern Lord. Here in solo instrumental mode, the entire record consists of just one instrument, the pipe organ, and represents absolute liberation of the imagination. All Thoughts Fly radiates a melancholic beauty, and is distinguished by fluid transitions of contrasting elements; calmness and drama, harmony and dissonance, much like the place that inspires the music. (Southern Lord Records)
  • Anna von Hausswolff’s new album All Thoughts Fly via Southern Lord. Here in solo instrumental mode, the entire record consists of just one instrument, the pipe organ, and represents absolute liberation of the imagination. All Thoughts Fly radiates a melancholic beauty, and is distinguished by fluid transitions of contrasting elements; calmness and drama, harmony and dissonance, much like the place that inspires the music. (Southern Lord Records)
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    The Third Eye Centre is the second compilation album by Belle and Sebastian, released on 26 August 2013. It assembles various B-Sides and rarities the band has released since its previous compilation album Push Barman to Open Old Wounds. (Rough Trade – RTRADCD670)
  • BIG BLACK | bulldozer | LP

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    Originally released in 1983 in limited edition galvanized metal album jackets on Fever Records and re-released on Touch And Go Records in 1992. Recently remastered by Steve Albini and Bob Weston at Chicago Mastering. Includes coupon for an MP3 download of the album and a 24" x 36" poster insert. (Touch And Go Records)
  • BIG BLACK | headache | LP

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    Remastered By Steve Albini And Bob Weston At Chicago Mastering. Headache is the 1987 EP by Big Black. A noisier affair than Atomizer, the four-song Headache EP was accompanied by a band-written sticker warning that it's not as good as the preceding LP. However Ready Men and Grinder are satisfyingly ornery, and the noise-fest of My Disco isn't far behind.
    12" - With Download. (Touch And Go Records)
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    BIG BLACK | lungs | LP

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    Lungs is the first EP by American post-hardcore band Big Black. It was released on December 1982 on Ruthless Records and was reissued in 1992 on Touch and Go Records. A 19-year-old Steve Albini played nearly every instrument on Lungs, with "sax bleats" by Albini's college friend John Bohnen and drums being handled by "Roland," a drum machine that was credited as a member of the band. The EP was used to recruit the other members of Big Black. Lungs was recorded on a TEAC 3340 loaned to Albini in exchange for a case of beer. The original EP came with an array of objects, including loaded squirt guns, bloody pieces of paper (one of Albini's friends suffered from a nosebleed), dollar bills, condoms, concert tickets, Bruce Lee trading cards, pictures of old people and firecrackers. Things like fishhooks and razorblades were discounted, fearing lawsuits. (Touch And Go Records)
  • BIG BLACK | pig pile | LP

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    Recorded live in london in 1987, during the last big black tour, 'pig pile' opens in the band's typically charming manner with bassist dave riley announcing "this song is called 'dingy little back alley of a country'," before the band launches into a punishing 46-minute set. the concert includes material from the band's first ep, 'lungs', all the way up through 1987s 'songs about fucking'. the band's confrontational live sound emphasizes crackling, extremely harsh guitar and very brittle drums. in true punk rock style, the treble has been turned up as far as possible. 'cables' - about slaughterhouses and 'jordan, minnesota' - about a pedophilia scandal-both appear in radically sped-up versions. 'kerosene' is introduced as "a song jerry lee lewis wrote before he killed one of his wives," and steve albini's vocals are nearly buried beneath heaped shards of guitar shrapnel in 'steelworker.' while there is no substitute for actually living through the big black live experience, 'pig pile' - both on record and in its video form-documents one of the relatively few instances in history when music was actually dangerous. (Touch And Go Records)
  • BIG BLACK | racer x | LP

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    Originally released in 1983 on Homestead Records and re-released on Touch And Go Records in 1992. Recently remastered by Steve Albini and Bob Weston at Chicago Mastering. Includes coupon for an MP3 download of the album. Big Black was started by Steve Albini in 1982 while he was attending Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois. Lungs, the first Big Black release was recorded by Steve on a borrowed 4-track. He played everything on the EP himself - except the sax bleating courtesy of pal John Bohnen and the drums courtesy of Roland. Soon after, Steve recruited Jeff Pezzati (Naked Raygun) on bass, and Santiago Durango (also Naked Raygun) joined them on guitar. In 1983, together with live drummer Pat Byrne, they recorded the Bulldozer EP. By 1984, the band had done some touring and recorded the Racer X EP and the start of the Il Duce 7”. After that, Jeff returned to Naked Raygun and was replaced by Dave Riley. In 1985, Big Black recorded their first full-length, Atomizer, as well as finishing the Il Duce 7”. Atomizer was released in 1986 along with the release of the Hammer Party compilation CD. In 1987, the Headache EP and Heartbeat 7” were released. That same year, the band recorded and released the 7” of The Model/He’s A Whore as well as their second full-length album, Songs About Fucking. They toured extensively (for Big Black). And they broke up. (Touch And Go Records)
  • The best music reflects a wide-screen view of the world back at us, helping distill the universal into something far more personal. Since forming in Austin in 2004, The Black Angels have become standard-bearers for modern psych-rock that does exactly that, which is one of many reasons why the group’s new album, Wilderness of Mirrors, feels so aptly named. In the five years since the band’s prior album, Death Song, and the two-plus years spent working on Wilderness of Mirrors, pandemics, political tumult and the ongoing devastation of the environment have provided ample fodder for the Black Angels’ signature sonic approach. Wilderness of Mirrors expertly refines the Black Angels’ psychedelic rock attack alongside a host of intriguing sounds and textures. There are classic blasts of fuzzed-out guitars meant to simultaneously perk up the ears and jumpstart the mind, alongside melancholy, acoustic guitar-driven newfound experiments. Mellotron, strings, and other keyboards also play a more prominent role on Wilderness of Mirrors than ever before. Even amidst these new experimentations, The Black Angels remain masterfully true to psych-rock forebears such as Syd Barrett, Roky Erickson, Arthur Lee and the members of the Velvet Underground, all of whom are namechecked on album highlight “The River.” “The Velvet Underground song ‘I’ll Be Your Mirror’ – that’s what every Black Angels album has been about,” says vocalist/bassist Alex Maas. “You can’t work out your struggles unless you bring them to the forefront and think about them. If we can all think about them, maybe we can help save ourselves.” (Partisan Records)

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