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    Expected June 2022. Record Store Day 2022 exclusive. A seven LP box set of albums: - Pleasant Dreams - Subterranean Jungle - Too Tough To Die - Animal Boy - Halfway To Sanity - Brain Drain - Still More Stuff: Rarities 1981-1989 (All pressed on vinyl for the first time since their original release) M1 Touring (1981 Version) 2:47 M2 I Can't Get You Out Of My Mind 3:23 M3 Chop Suey (Alternate Version) 3:32 M4 New Girl In Town 3:28 M5 Street Fighting Man 2:54 M6 Smash You 2:21 M7 Howling At The Moon (Sha-La-La) (Demo) 3:15 N1 Go Home Ann 2:55 N2 (You) Can't Say Anything Nice 2:49 N3 I Don't Wanna Live This Life (Anymore) 3:26 N4 Life Goes On 3:30 N5 Indian Giver (Remix) 2:45 N6 Go Lil' Camaro Go (Alternate Version) 2:02 N7 Pet Sematary (Radio Mix) 3:32 Side 1: Tracks 1-2 from the Pleasant Dreams sessions Tracks 3-4 from the Subterranean Jungle sessions Tracks 4-7 from the Too Tough To Die sessions Track 6 Beggars Banquet [U.K.] single #128 (1/85) Side 2: Track 1 Beggars Banquet [U.K.] single #140 (6/85) Track 2 Beggars Banquet [U.K.] single #157 (4/86) Track 3 Beggars Banquet [U.K.] single #167 (7/86) Track 4 Beggars Banquet [U.K.] single #198T (9/87) Track 5 Beggars Banquet [U.K.] single #198 (9/87) Track 6 previously unissued Track 7 Sire single #22911 (9/89) Includes a sheet of 6 stickers that are the band’s name in each of the 6 albums’ respective fonts. Presented in a numbered slipcase with a sticker sheet included. Limited to 14,000 copies worldwide. (Rhino Records)
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    5LP box set with a heavy booklet Have you ever felt like owning the entire Terveet Kädet discography from the classic lineup in one handy package? This is it. We’ve compiled every single thing the band ever recorded in the studio between the years 1980 and 1989 into this five disc set. There’s all LPs, all EPs, all compilation tracks, everything. On top of that there’s a full disc, approved by Läjä, of unreleased or otherwise impossibly rare tracks such as the unreleased third Ikbal EP. This is the second edition, limited to 500 copies in a heavy slipcase and with a large 40 page booklet. ROCK LAAHAUSTA VASTAAN (1980) 1 MINÄ HALUAN PALJON RAHAA 2 JOUTUKAA SIELUT 3 VAPAA POHJOLA TK II (1981) 4 MUL ON LIIAN LYHYT SÄNKY 5 EI ENÄÄ KOSKAAN SOTAA 6 KAKS’ VIHREÄÄ POLKUPYÖRÄÄ 7 TORNIO BLUES ÄÄRETÖN JOULU (1982) 8 T. TUHO 9 PISSAA JA PASKAA 10 ONNELLISIA KYTKENTÖJÄ 11 MUSTA JUMALA 12 OUTO MAA 13 HAISTELIJAT 14 TORNION KEVÄT 15 UTOPIA TERVEET KÄDET (1983) 16 HALLOWEEN 17 VAPAA POHJOLA 18 MINÄ HALUAN PALJON RAHAA 19 SOTA 20 TRANSVESTIITTI 21 MUSTA 22 PERSEET YLÖS 23 A.L.I.E.N. 24 N.Y.T. 25 JEESUS PERKELE 26 VEDÄN KÄTEEN 27 MAAILMANLOPPUA ETSIMÄSSÄ 28 TUNTEMATON SOTILAS 29 ANNA MULLE PIISKAA 30 HUOMINEN 31 EI ENÄÄ KOSKAAN SOTAA 32 NOT RIGHT (PART I) 33 NOT RIGHT (PART II) MESSAGE / MUSTA JUMALA (1983) 34 MESSAGE 35 THE LAND OF HOPE 36 CITY AND THE STARS 37 OUTSIDER 38 KUMIA JA VERTA 39 ONGELMA 40 SOTILAAT JOTKA MARSSII 41 …JA PALJON KUOLEMAA 42 KÄSI 43 TIEDONANTAJA SO MUCH FUN (1984) 44 TRY TO INGRATIATE 45 UTILIZATION 46 REDNECK 47 THE LAND OF HOPE 48 ANOTHER ALTERNATIVE 49 GET SWEATY 50 SATAN SAVES RUSSIA BOMBS FINLAND (1982) 51 MINÄ HALUAN PALJON RAHAA 52 N.Y.T. LASTA EP (1984) 53 PISSAA JA PASKAA YALTA HI-LIFE (1984) 54 SAAPPAAT 55 VÄSYMYS 56 VIIHDETTÄ 57 JEESUS PERKELE PROPAGANDA LIVE (1984) 58 PISSAA JA PASKAA FINNISH SPUNK HARD BEAT (1984) 59 MUSTA JUMALA 60 OUTO MAA LP 3 THE HORSE (1985) 61 PUSHED TOO FAR 62 PRESIDENTS DREAM 63 ANOTHER SIDE OF LIFE 64 THE LEADER 65 STAR-WARS GAME 66 VOODOO 67 SEXSICK 68 THE POWER 69 ALL OR NOTHING 70 SEARCH AND DESTROY 71 GATES OF HELL 72 DAY OF JUDGEMENT 73 OUT OF DATE 74 ALL FOOLS DAY 75 MISUNDERSTOOD 76 INTROVERT 77 NO MAN’S SKY 78 DEMON SEEDS 79 THE HORSE 80 METAL MASSACRE LP 4 OMA KOLONI (1987) 81 OMA KOLONI 82 VASEMMASTA OIKEAAN 83 KAIKKI OVENI OVAT SULJETUT 84 VALMIINA YLÖSNOUSEMUKSEEN ANNO DOMINI (1989) 85 ANNO DOMINI 86 SOKEA JOHTAA SOKEAA 87 LOPPUU HAPPI 88 OTA POMMI JA RÄJÄHDÄ 89 MAASTA SINÄ OLET TULLUT PAHAN VOIMA (1995, RECORDED 1987) 90 PAHAN VOIMA 91 KIPEÄ PÄÄNI 92 UHRI 93 SYVÄLTÄ SISÄLTÄNI 94 HARMAAT SEINÄT 95 IHMISVIHAAJA 96 HETKI HELLYYTTÄ LP 5 (BONUS) EARLY RECORDINGS (1980-1981) 97 VAPAA POHJOLA (EARLY VERSION, SWEDISH RADIO BROADCAST) 98 VAIKEET ON 99 EI ALISTUTA 100 TORNION KEVÄT (ORIGINAL VERSION) ROCK LAAHAUSTA VASTAAN SESSION (1980) 101 TK POP PUNK EI OLE KUOLLUT -SESSION (1981) 102 PUNKIT EI OO KUOLLU 103 HEIKKI 104 MIESTEN KOULU REHEARSAL (1981) 105 TK POP 106 EI ENÄÄ KOSKAAN SOTAA 107 MULL ON LIIAN LYHYT SÄNKY 108 N.Y.T. 109 MINÄ HALUAN PALJON RAHAA THE 3RD I.K.B.A.L. EP (1982) 110 TUNTEMATON SOTILAS 111 TÄYSTUHO 112 PISSAA JA PASKAA 113 ONNELLISIA KYTKENTÖJÄ KEMI LIVE (1982) 114 NO GOVERNMENT (ANTI PASTI) 115 TÄYSTUHO 116 PISSAA JA PASKAA 117 TK-POP 118 MUSTA JUMALA 119 OUTO MAA 120 N.Y.T. (Svart Records)
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    Experience the punishing sonic origins of a punk icon. Collected here for the first time, and skillfully remastered from original board tapes, demos, and session masters, this collection is an authoritative chronicling of the wellspring and maturation of Grant Hart, Greg Norton and Bob Mould - three Minneapolis teenagers who'd go on to become the most heralded trio of the American punk underground. Follow the Hüskers to their earliest gigs in 1979, through extensive road dog touring, and to the start of their partnership with West Coast tastemaker SST in 1983. This primitive stage in the fabled career of Hüsker Dü is presented as a deluxe box set and packaged with a hardbound book crammed full of never before seen photos, flyers, and a sprawling essay with participation from the band. Spread across four LPs or three CDs, 47 of the 69 songs compiled here are previously unissued. Also included are Statues/Amusement, In A Free Land, Everything Falls Apart, and an alternate recording of the Land Speed Record set. (Numero Group Records) https://huskerdu.bandcamp.com/album/savage-young-d
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    The Replacements’ 1981 Twin/Tone Records debut, SORRY MA, FORGOT TO TAKE OUT THE TRASH, heralded the Minneapolis-based band’s competing tendencies toward indelible genius and reckless abandon. The ’Mats’ legendary founding line-up – lead singer/songwriter and guitarist Paul Westerberg, drummer Chris Mars, and brothers Bob and Tommy Stinson (lead guitar and bass respectively) – unleashed a thrilling, dynamic sound on the album with now-classic songs like “Takin’ A Ride,” “Shiftless When Idle,” and “Customer.” We're celebrating the 40th anniversary of SORRY MA, FORGOT TO TAKE OUT THE TRASH this fall with a 4CD/1LP set that offers a remarkable document of The Replacements’ formative years. Of the set’s 100 tracks, 67 have never been released before, including the first demos the band recorded in early 1980, as well as a professionally captured concert from January 1981. Along with a newly remastered version of the original album, it also uncovers many unreleased rough mixes, alternate takes, and demos from the band’s first 18 months together. The LP included in the set, titled Deliberate Noise, presents an alternate version of the original album using these previously unreleased tracks. SORRY MA, FORGOT TO TAKE OUT THE TRASH (DELUXE EDITION) is presented in a 12 x 12 hardcover book loaded with dozens of rarely seen photos. The set was produced by Twin/Tone Records co-founder Peter Jesperson, Rhino’s Jason Jones, and Replacements’ biographer Bob Mehr, who received a Grammy for Best Album Notes for his work on the band’s acclaimed 2019 boxed set Dead Man’s Pop. Mehr again penned the detailed liners that accompany this set, which features new interviews with The Replacements. Former Replacements manager Jesperson also provides a remembrance of the Sorry Ma era. The boxed set opens with a remastered version of the original album that’s been expanded with the non-album B-side, “If Only You Were Lonely.” From there, a second disc, titled Raised in the City, delves into the group’s very first recordings (“Try Me,” “She’s Firm,” “Lookin For Ya”), as well as studio demos for album tracks (including “Shutup” and “I Hate Music”), outtakes (“Shape Up,” and “Get On The Stick,” among them) and rare basement recordings (“Lie About Your Age,” “Johnny Fast”). A handful of these appeared on Rhino’s 2008 reissue of Sorry Ma, but more than a dozen included on the new set have never been released. Four outtakes on the collection’s third disc, Tape’s Rolling, debuted on the same 2008 reissue, but here they’re joined by more than two dozen unreleased recordings. Highlights include electrifying alternate versions of “Johnny’s Gonna Die” and “Love You Till Friday,” alternate mixes for “Rattlesnake” and “More Cigarettes,” plus Westerberg’s home demos of “You’re Pretty When You’re Rude” and “If Only You Were Lonely.” The Deluxe Edition ends on a high note with the earliest professional live recording of The Replacements. The previously unreleased concert, dubbed Unsuitable for Airplay, was captured by Twin/Tone’s mobile unit on January 23, 1981, at the 7th St Entry in Minneapolis, MN. A portion of the show was later broadcast on the local community radio station, KFAI. The concert took place as the band was in the midst of work on Sorry Ma. The show’s setlist is packed with evolving versions of songs that would appear on their debut album (“Hangin Downtown,” “Somethin to Dü,” “Rattlesnake”), along with other early numbers that were never released (“Mistake,” “Excuse Me”), plus choice covers of The Heartbreakers’ “I Wanna Be Loved,” Slade’s “My Town,” The Kinks’ “All Day and All of the Night,” and Dave Edmunds’ “Trouble Boys,” among others. Available on October 22nd, all Rhino.com pre-orders come with an exclusive flyer reproduction from their show at the 7th Street Entry in Minneapolis, MN, in 1981. (Rhino)
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    Solid black vinyl ltd to 500 copies. Double LP + CD + DVD + book + extra casewrapped box. A work of love and dedication, the result of an incredible journey from the F.O.A.D. headquarters to a remote country-town in the middle of the Hokkaidō island, northern Japan, to meet the band members and put together the most exhaustive collection of all their available recordings, spanning from 1985 to 1987. Here you get the ultra-complete discography of HUMAN GAS, including a lot of unreleased material… Musically, this is some of the rawest and most violent Hardcore ever spawned from the darkest lairs of the ’80s Japanese underground. Tracks from the split 7″ with Stali Nism (1985), “Noice and Hardcore” 1st Demo (1986), “Explosives” 2nd Demo (1986), tracks from “Street Punk in Obihiro” Omnibus tape (1986), “Lack luster” 3rd Demo + extra studio songs (1987), unreleased studio jam session with members of Human Gas + Stali Nism + Middle Class (1987). Plus there’s an extra CD with a soundboard live take from 1986 that sounds killer, assorted live recordings 1986-1987 and an instrumental version of their cult Demo “Explosives“. And to complete the massacre, you’ll also find a DVD with two complete live sets (their only gig in Sapporo, “Bessie Hall“, 1987 and one in Obihiro’s “Rocking Hall“, 1987) showing these raging maniacs in action. 79 TRACKS!! All this mastered from 1st generation sources provided by the band, transferred and restored with total care and attention to detail at Toxic Basement Studio. Trifold jacket housed in a casewrapped outer boxset, 24 page full colored booklet with loads of rare photos, flyers, memorabilia and some brief liner notes put together talking with the band members. Named after a Kuro song, Human Gas were the most destructive and iconic Northern Japan’s answer to the noisy and violent Noise/Punk scene that was growing in the opposite side of the country with bands like Gai, Confuse and Kuro themselves! Add the fact that their songs were more structured, solid and as the title of this anthology suggests: violent. The Hokkaidō area is definitely one of the most fascinating and mysterious when it comes to early pioneers of the Japanese Hardcore panorama… L.S.D., 畜生, Slang, Tranquillizer, Deef, , F.U.P., Gaizin, Napalm, Noise-Decay and many more were all based there. Human Gas still stands as one of the most respected names for their genuine anger and the highly original and influential musical approach. (F.O.A.D. Records)
  • OUT IN MID SEPTEMBER. We're extremely excited to announce the release of this new masterpiece co-released together with Sonarize Records from Portland. The box will contain:
    • Demo 1987 Flexi (never released before)
    • Police Bastard 7" (including all the different covers)
    • The Greatest Invention Demo 7" (different recordings of their controversial third record, never released before)
    • Split with Hiatus and Extinction Of Mankind 7" (both the Doom's sides collected on a single EP)
    • Hail To Sweden 7"
    • Monarchy Zoo 7"
    All the tracks have been remastered for a more powerful sound. The box set will include an embroidered patch, a birthday card, a poster and a 16 pages booklet with tons of unheard stories, funny anecdotes, pictures, flyers and brand new drawings made by Sir Stick itself. It'll be released in 500 copies, 400 on regular black vinyls, 100 in colored vinyls. (Agipunk Records/Sonarize Records)
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    NE! Records in cooperation with ŠKUC Ropot has finally made it possible. After many months of delays, you can get the two best compilation album with ex-Yu punk from the period of 1978-82. On "Novi punk val" you will find the bands that created punk in ex-Yu, and on the LP "Lepo je .." punk band from Slovenia who came after the first punk wave. These two compilations are made as a double album with an original design adapted to gate-fold sleeve. In addition to the audio content as usual there is much else to see and read included in the release: this release is enriched by 68 pages, divided into 3 very exclusive and extensive booklets. In the largest 48-page booklet "Tovar'ši jest vam ne verjamem '78 -'82" (''Comrades, I do not believe you '78 -'82''), you can find interviews, lyrics, lots of pictures, and much much more …. Two smaller booklet that complements the rest of the material and together they form the complete picture of those years. Along with this release you also get a copy of the LTD 4-songs EP ''Novo vrijeme'' ("New time") by the band Buldožer made in 300 copies. The EP is included to give some musical and cultural backround to the ex-Yu punk scene, as Buldožer where not a ''traditional'' punk band but served as an important source of inspirations to punk bands of the time. You can find everything here: the beginning and the end of a short and wonderful musical period! 380 copies made (270 black and 110 red ) but only 250 available, so hurry up to get a copy! All tracks are remastered. (NE! Records)
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    Reachin' (A New Refutation of Time and Space) is the debut album by alternative hip hop group Digable Planets released on February 9, 1993, by Pendulum/Elektra Records. The album has been certified Gold in the US by the RIAA. Limited edition reissue. Manufactured in the EU. Limited to 500 copies. (Hittin Switches Records – HS0037)
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    AZRA | ravno do dna | 3xLP

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    Ravno do dna is a live album of the Yugoslavian new wave/rock band Azra, released through Jugoton in 1982 on triple vinyl. It was recorded in club Kulušić, Zagreb on October 21, 1981. Ravno do dna has been described as the best live album in the history of Yugoslav rock music. It placed sixth in the list of 100 greatest Yugoslav rock albums, compiled by the Croatian edition of the Rolling Stone magazine in 2015. (Croatia Records/Jugoton)
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    A stunning collection of the most iconic photographs ever taken of Black Flag, along with never-before-seen shots and a foreword by Chuck Dukowski. 256 jam-packed pages, over 300 photographs, and over 70% of the photos have never been seen. “Lively, lavishly assembled collection of Black Flag photos . . . Fury is palpable throughout the book–even rehearsals look like barnburners.” –Los Angeles Times What I See: The Black Flag Photographs of Glen E. Friedman is an incredible compilation of all of Friedman’s most iconic and recognizable images (from 1980 to 1983), of this seminal American punk band, as well as over one hundred never-before-seen photos made during those phenomenal peak years in the group’s history. The book includes a foreword by Chuck Dukowski, a cofounder and bass player of Black Flag. Friedman’s own introduction to the book takes readers through his journey with the group, from the very first time he heard their music, to his perspectives on the music of the era, to the how, why, and what Black Flag were doing at the time. His words provide additional context to the imagery, explaining what drove him to create his art alongside the band. From the streets around Black Flag’s single-room home base/office, rehearsing for their first album, handing out flyers, wheat-pasting posters, driving for hours to a show and returning the same night, house parties, clubs, to the big stage and the beach, Glen E. Friedman was there with his heart, soul, and most importantly his camera. In What I See, he shares with us and inspires us with these images that were made over an incredibly volatile four-year time span. Format Hardback | 256 pages Dimensions 275 x 229 x 27.94mm | 1,600g Publication date 21 May 2022 Publisher Akashic Books,U.S. Publication City/Country New York, United States Language English
  • Std Ed Black 3XLP: 334 copies. Before No Wave there was China and after China there was MARS. For the first time on vinyl the complete 'Rehearsal Tapes and Alt​-​Takes NYC 1976​-​1978', an incredible document from this era. The rehearsal tapes are a chronological record of the 3 years of Mars' existence, the first year of which was spent forming their sound and musical identity, starting out with a lineup of upright piano, bass, acoustic guitar and percussion before going electric with guitars, bass and drums. This 3XLP includes the complete: - Summer '76 - Piano Sessions - June '77 - China To Mars - December '77 - 11000 Volts - No New York Alt. Takes - July '78 - Scorn - November '78 - NN End (Improved Sequence)
  • First-ever vinyl issue of this killer comp from 94 (Cherry Red) Side A/B oxblood, Side C/D milky clear. Comes with 18x24 folded poster. Spanning 4 sides of vinyl you'll hear one of the finest deathrock/goth/new wave bands of all time with songs from EPs/12"s/demos from 1983-1985. It's a release not to miss. Formed in Keighley, West Yorkshire, during the Post Punk of early 1980’s out of the band ‘The Elements”, took their name from the title of the song “Chant of the Ever Circling Skeletal Family” from the 1974 David Bowie album, Diamond Dogs. Something unique was brewing up a dark and broody storm in West Yorkshire at the time with bands like The Sisters Of Mercy, The March Violets, Red Lorry Yellow Lorry, Southern Death Cult (later became The Cult) forming the basis of what became the soundtracks to the Goth Subculture. Skeletal Family soon gained popularity in the UK Independent Charts and furiously gigged the length and breadth of the UK and Europe, recorded tracks for the John Peels Sessions, supported The Sisters of Mercy during their 1984 Black October tour, released 2 studio albums ‘Burning Oil’ (1984) and ‘Futile Combat’ (1985) of which saw the release of Skeletal Family’s most successful single ‘Promised Land’ on Red Rhino record label. Anne-Marie left Skeletal Family in 1985 to form Ghost Dance with Gary Marx, former guitarist of The Sisters Of Mercy. (Graveface Records ‎– GRAVE158, NeverNotGoth ‎– GOTH006)
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    Legendary Tacoma, Washington mathcore/hardcore/metal band Botch’s second and final full-length album We Are the Romans was originally released in 1999 to critical acclaim, eventually becoming one of the most ground-breaking and influential albums during a pivotal shift in heavy music. The special re-issue of their seminal album includes new song “One Twenty Two”, the first new music Botch (bassist Brian Cook, guitarist Dave Knudson, drummer Tim Latona and vocalist Dave Verellen) have written together in over 20 years. "Unless you've been living under a rock that's underneath another even bigger rock in a cave in the middle of nowhere, you probably already know what's up with this milestone of an album. Initially released in the year two grand, Botch's final full-length was/is the kind of devastating metallic hardcore explosion that the term "metallic hardcore" could/can only aspire to. In fact, these dudes nailed it so hard that the bands that came afterward had to start calling themselves "metalcore" out of respect." (Sargent House)
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    Ένα από τα συγκροτήματα που καθόρισαν την ελληνική ροκ σκηνή στον 2ο δίσκο του. Το άλμπουμ «Κάτι Σαράβαλες Καρδιές» κυκλοφόρησε τον Απρίλιο του 1998, με αφομοιωμένα στοιχεία από αρκετούς διαφορετικούς χώρους. Ψυχεδέλεια, ροκ, dark wave, ευαίσθητοι στίχοι, ρομαντικές νότες κάποια από τα χαρακτηριστικά των τραγουδιών τους. 24 χρόνια μετά την πρώτη του κυκλοφορία, η MLK και η WIPE OUT RECORDS επανεκδίδουν το ιστορικό άλμπουμ σε ΕΙΔΙΚΗ ΣΥΛΛΕΚΤΙΚΗ ΕΚΔΟΣΗ ΔΙΠΛΟΥ ΒΙΝΥΛΙΟΥ 180 γρ. + ΕΝΘΕΤΟ (Music Links Knowledge)
  • "The Land of Fire and Ice" has long been known for immense natural beauty, ancient folklore, hakarl, aluminum and hairy little horses. What you may not know is that punks were also there from the very start of the show. One of the most important bands to emerge from the thriving Reykjavík scene was Vonbrigði. Though they draw influence from UK and European post-punk and American hardcore, have no doubts Vonbrigði were 100% their own unique thing. They didn't receive a ton of international attention at the time and sort of faded into history but not without releasing a handful of songs, including a blistering hardcore track on the Rokk Í Reykjavík soundtrack compilation and an incredible EP on the fledgling Gramm label owned by Ásmundur Jónsson and Einar Örn (of Purrkur Pillnikk, Kukl and, more notably, Sugarcubes fame). All of the aforementioned songs are included here along with the rest of the previously (and unbelievably, I mean how is material this amazing not released immediately after recording it? Crazy!) unreleased '82/'83 sessions. 71 minutes of sweat and grit. Who needs volcanoes when you have Vonbrigði's fire? All tracks recorded between July 1982 and January 1983 at Studio Hanagal by Kjartan Kjartansson. Mixed and mastered in 2020 at Klakhöllin by Hallur Ingólfsson. Art by Þórir Georg. Came with a gatefold cover and two printed inner sleeves. A1-B4 recorded at Breiðabólsstaðir, Álftanesi in July/August 1982 C1-C4 recorded at Eskihlið 26/27 August 1982 C5 from Various - Rokk Í Reykjavík C6-D4 recorded at Ægisgata in December 1982 /January 1983 (Iron Lung Records/ Reykjavík Record Shop)
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    Originally released by Pushead on his Pusmort Records in 1986, this is the latest version from TKO Records and this time you get a faithful reproduction of the ‘Portland Edition’ – meant for local friends and family, on its release in 1986 it not surprisingly became impossibly rare. Included in the original was a 23″ x 35″ thanks list poster, 23″x 29″ band logo poster, two single-sided xerox inserts, and a band logo sticker. All of which are reproduced here for this 2022 version (although, from what I can gather, the xerox inserts have been turned into a 16 page booklet). Housed in a wide-spine, full color direct-to-board printed LP jacket with spot varnish finish and craft interior, inside of a sealed 3 mil. poly outer sleeve. (TKO Records)
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    Legendary Tacoma, Washington mathcore/hardcore/metal band Botch’s second and final full-length album We Are the Romans was originally released in 1999 to critical acclaim, eventually becoming one of the most ground-breaking and influential albums during a pivotal shift in heavy music. The special re-issue of their seminal album includes new song “One Twenty Two”, the first new music Botch (bassist Brian Cook, guitarist Dave Knudson, drummer Tim Latona and vocalist Dave Verellen) have written together in over 20 years. "Unless you've been living under a rock that's underneath another even bigger rock in a cave in the middle of nowhere, you probably already know what's up with this milestone of an album. Initially released in the year two grand, Botch's final full-length was/is the kind of devastating metallic hardcore explosion that the term "metallic hardcore" could/can only aspire to. In fact, these dudes nailed it so hard that the bands that came afterward had to start calling themselves "metalcore" out of respect." (Sargent House)
  • “The following story might be bullshit (drug use and memory enhancements) Years ago I was sitting at home staring into the middle distance and the phone on the wall rang (that should denote how long ago this was). On the other end was the booker from The Bottom of the Hill in San Francisco, who had never called me before. She was excited about the show they had that night and was calling people to invite them. Apparently the night before a band called Laddio Bolocko had played and were so mesmerizing, so strong that they had offered them the next night, which was open. I was intrigued as no band had ever warranted this invite previously to my knowledge. This was new and exciting territory. I had my ass & ears handed to me that evening. Scorching, pummeling, deep waters ran over me as I stood, beer in hand, mouth open. My memory may be embellishing but I remember a sax as big as me, drums that were physically hanging on by a thread, and twin electric strings that reeled sinister sprites over my head in outwardly circular patterns. Aggressive, far out fractals burned in my brain. I had never seen anything like this band, and never have again. That’s why it’s so shocking to wait around all these years for someone to pick up the thread and re-release these 3 perfect recordings on LP for the first time…and still be waiting. So, I’m happy to announce, Castle Face is here with a 3xLP remedy. We’ve been working with all the original members of Laddio Bolocko and sifting through to put together this concise LP box set of what is arguably their strongest home studio recorded material. Included here (for the first time on wax) are “Strange Warmings of Laddio Bolocko”, “In Real Time” and “As If By Remote” Includes former members of Dazzling Killmen, Panicsville, the Psychic Paramount, and Mars Volta. For fans of Can, This Heat, The Residents, improvisation (really they are hard to compare, they are so singular in sound)” - John Dwyer Chrome Edition; cardboard box with embossed silver lettering. Limited to 1000 copies worldwide. Comes with insert and download code. (Castle Face Records)
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    30th Anniversary Double LP. Black Vinyl housed in gatefold sleeve. Includes an exclusive fold out poster, individually foil-stamp numbered on back of gatefold. Tracks D1-D4 are bonus tracks that did not appear on the original album. In 1992, Biohazard signed with Roadrunner Records and released Urban Discipline, which gave the band national and worldwide attention in both the heavy metal and hardcore communities. The video for the song "Punishment" became the most played video in the history of MTV's Headbanger's Ball, and the album sold over one million copies. The band also began opening for larger acts such as Pantera, Suicidal Tendencies, House of Pain, Fishbone, and The Cro-Mags. In 1993, the hardcore rap group Onyx brought on Billy Graziadei for an alternate "Bionyx" version of their hit single "Slam" with Biohazard as their backup band. This led to a collaboration on the title track of the Judgment Night soundtrack. The soundtrack would go on to sell over two million copies in the United States. Months later, the band left Roadrunner Records and signed with Warner Bros. Records Inc. who released their third studio LP, State of the World Address. The album was produced by Ed Stasium in Los Angeles and contained the single "How It Is" featuring Sen Dog of Cypress Hill, for which a video was also shot. During their 1994 tour, the band made an appearance on the second stage at the Monsters of Rock festival held at Castle Donington. State of the World Address went on to sell over one million copies, and Rolling Stone magazine selected the Biohazard logo as the best logo of the year. This was the last Biohazard album with Bobby Hambel, who left due to differences with the rest of the band. The band recorded their fourth studio album, Mata Leao, as a three piece in 1996. It was produced with the help of Dave Jerden. For the 1996-97 Mata Leao Tour, former Helmet guitarist Rob Echeverria joined the band. The band also played on the Ozzfest mainstage alongside Ozzy Osbourne, Slayer, Danzig, Fear Factory, and Sepultura. While touring Europe in support of the Mata Leao album, the band recorded their Hamburg, Germany, show for their first live album, No Holds Barred (Live in Europe), which was released in 1997 through their former label, Roadrunner Records. The band signed to Mercury Records and released their fifth studio album, New World Disorder, in 1999, once again with Ed Stasium as a producer Track List Side A 1 Chamber Spins Three 3:40 2 Punishment 4:45 3 Shades Of Grey 3:26 4 Business 4:04 5 Black And White And Red All Over 4:10 Side B 1 Man With A Promise 3:20 2 Disease 4:01 3 Urban Discipline 5:33 4 Loss 5:19 Side C 1 Wrong Side Of the Tracks 3:37 2 Mistaken Identity 4:32 3 We’re Only Gonna Die (From Our Own Arrogance) 2:17 4 Tears Of Blood 4:52 5 Hold My Own 2:51 Side D 1 Business (demo) 4:13 2 Urban Discipline (demo) 5:14 3 Loss (demo) 5:12 4 Black And White And Red All Over (demo) 4:36 (Run Out Groove/Roadrunner Records/2022)
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    When drummer Don Bolles was sacked from LA punk band the Germs he was already a member of Vox Pop, girlfriend Mary was quickly becoming 'Dinah Cancer' and their horror-punk band 45 Grave was in its infant stages. Around the same time bands like the A-Sexuals, the Decadent and Speed Queens would soon become Christian Death and Super Heroines. Add to this the early incarnations of Kommunity FK, Nervous Gender and Voodoo Church, plus Castration Squad, Aphotic Culture and Die Schlaflosen, along with Radio Werewolf, Ex VoTo, Screams for Tina and a host of others... The roots of the Los Angeles deathrock scene, an integral part of the later goth movement were starting to take shape. Phantoms relays this previously unheard story, told in the oral history style through extensive interviews band members, scenesters, photographers and club-/label-owners. - Chapter 1: Partytime (Consumers, Vox Pop, 45 Grave, LAFMS, Associated Skull Hands, Penis Flytrap) - Chapter 2: Sex Girls In Uniform (Mau-Mau, Castration Squad, Cambridge Apostles) - Chapter 3: Music From Hell (Nervous Gender, Fat & Fucked Up, Gobscheit, The Church Family) - Chapter 4: Stairs - Uncertain Journey: (A-Sexuals, The Decadent, Red Brigade, Christian Death, Premature Ejaculation) - Chapter 5: Ashes (Pompei 99, Christain Death, Seal Of Severence/World Zero en ‘extended family projects) - Chapter 6: Take A Trip ( Speed Queens, Strong Silent Types, Super Heroines, Shadow Project, Eva O) - Chapter 7: Sounds To Make You Shiver! (Orange Country Recorders, Bemisbrain Records, Hell Comes To Your House) - Chapter 8: I Am dancing As Fast As I Can (Brave Dog, Red Wedding, Joseph & Henry, miscellaneous clubs, bands and stores) - Chapter 9: Night Voices (Jwlhyfer de Winter, Omewenne, Janet Cunningham, Anne Marie Bates, Paul Perner, Scratch Magazine) - Chapter 10: Phantoms (The rise of deathrock from the LA punk scene) - Chapter 11: When it Strikes (Opus, Smog Marines, Aphotic Culture, Crown Of Thorns, Fade To Black, Foutains Of Use) - Chapter 12: Boneyard (Schizo’s, Zombie Legion, Voodoo Church, Frankenstein) - Chapter 13: Cats And Bats (Die Schlaflosen/Sleeplees) - Chapter 14: The Vision And The Voice (Kommunity FK, UJ.X.A., Patrick Mata ‘projects’) - Chapter 15: Plunder The Thombs (Patricia Morrison, Legal Weapons, Gun Club, Tex & The Horseheads, Beast, Boneheads) - Chapter 16: The Golden Age Of Horror (Skull Kulture, Radio Werewolf, Symphony Of Terror, Kingdom Of Heaven) - Chapter 17: Dear Familiar Phantoms (Ex-Voto, Screams For Tina, (Like) Wreckage, Mephisto Walz, The Deep Eynde) - Chapter 18: Working On Beyond (Then and now) More info HERE An Interview with Mikey Bean of Phantoms HERE Publication Date Nov 3, 2019 Language English Pages 630 Interior Color Black & White Dimensions A4 (8.27 x 11.69 in / 210 x 297 mm) Weight 3.00 kg
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    Ekkaia was a neocrust band from A Coruña, Spain. Ekkaia started in 1999. In their first releases they have a notorious real screamo / emo violence touch and some influences of melodic death metal. In their last releases they evolved into a darker crust sound, in the vein of Tragedy. They can be considered the cornerstone in the Spanish crust scene. All songs recorded and mixed between 2002 and 2004 at Bonham Studios, A Coruña, Spain by José Manuel Martínez García. All songs remastered in May 2020 at Empty Fields Room Studios, Messas, France by Sébastien Bedrunes. Triple LP includes their whole discography. __________ *** Songs 1 to 9 recorded and mixed between December 2003 and January 2004 and released in May 2004 as "Demasiado Tarde Para Pedir Perdón" LP (2000 black vinyls). *** Songs 10 to 12 recorded and mixed in August 2004 and released in October 2004 as "Ya Hemos Aguantado El Sermon, Ahora Lo Destrozaremos" 7"EP (1000 black vinyls). This record was repressed in August 2008 with a different artwork (218 yellow/black haze vinyls). *** Songs 13 to 17 recorded and mixed in two evenings of December 2002. Song 13 was released in 2004 on "D.I.Y. Or Die, Vol. 1" Compilation CD in Argentina. Songs 14 to 17 were released in September 2003 as "¿Cuantos Más Moriremos Hasta Que Esten Satisfechos?" 7"EP (1500 black vinyls). *** Songs 18 to 28 recorded and mixed in May 2002 and released in July 2002 as "Manos Que Estrechan Planes De Muerte Y Sometimiento" LP/CD (1000 black vinyls and 1000 CD's). (Stonehenge)
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    Released in 1982, ‘Wild In The Streets’ was the second LP from hardcore punk pioneers Circle Jerks. Featuring the title track single that dated from two years before, the album now comes with three bonus live tracks for its fortieth anniversary edition via Trust Records, plus a booklet of rare images and an essay on the record’s making and impact. • Features 3 bonus songs recorded live in San Francisco, CA (1982) • Remastered from the original analog tapes by Pete Lyman (Infrasonic Mastering) • Includes deluxe 20-page booklet with exclusive photos, memorabilia, and album history by Chris Morris. (Trust Records)
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    Iron Maiden's 17th studio album Senjutsu comes out on September 3. Rumour was that the London lifers were working on the long-awaited follow-up to The Book Of Souls during lockdown, but it turns out they've been sat on it since 2019! And now, finally, it's almost time to hear one of the most anticipated metal releases of 2021. Senjutsu is a Japanese term that loosely translates as "tactics and strategy," but can also refer to skill, technique, trick, resources and — most interestingly — magic. The 10 tracks on Senjutsu clock in at just under 82 minutes, about 10 minutes shorter than their previous album, The Book Of Souls. It's their second-ever double album. Says frontman Bruce Dickinson, ?"We're all really excited about this album. We recorded it back in early 2019 during a break in the Legacy tour so we could maximise our touring yet still have a long set-up period before release to prepare great album art and something special as a video. Of course the pandemic delayed things more — so much for the best laid plans — or should that be ‘strategies'? The songs are very varied, and some of them are quite long. There's also one or two songs which sound pretty different to our usual style, and I think Maiden fans will be surprised — in a good way, I hope!" Share Share on Facebook Tweet Tweet on Twitter Pin it Pin on Pinterest (Parlophone/2021)
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    The ultimate edition on vinyl! Housed in a heavy-duty slipcase, the package features a replica of Into Darkness LP with original cover layout, the demo Eternal Frost making its vinyl debut plus a thick magazine with Winter memorabilia. Perpetually out of print, much sought after and universally worshipped amongst those in the know, Winter’s Into Darkness was a game-changing classic. Formed in New York circa 1988, Winter played slow, deep and hard nuclear doom with a crust punk rawness, that came across like Hellhammer jamming with Amebix. Their penchant for mammoth sized and funeral-paced, wasteland droning has become a touchstone reference for bands across the whole spectrum of underground metal. Their pre-internet infamy led to Winter demos being tape- traded in hallowed adoration by fans and bands alike, gaining notable fans such as Fenriz from Darkthrone. Deserving of their special place in the pantheon of one-off classic albums, the Swans-like noise and down-tuned Earth-like riffs of Into Darkness went on to spawn countless doom and sludge bands, being an influence for an entire doomed generation. The Winter come-back show at Roadburn Festival in 2011 was massively anticipated and held a captivated audience. Packing out one of The Netherlands largest stages, that particular Winter show, after many years in obscurity is a rare event that is still highly regarded today. The band is a rare jewel amongst collectors, and audiences alike. Svart Records is proud to re-release Into Darkness once more, having only been reissued once in a limited edition during this millennium, putting the album back in print for a new generation of listeners. This reprint notably also features the legendary demo which was only reissued on a mini-cd in 1995, now finally on vinyl. The double vinyl set comes in a slipcase box with a luxury 32 page magazine, with every imaginable press clipping and piece of memorabilia about Winter ever produced! Into Darkness was a gateway drug to the dark depths of sludge metal, and now awaits a whole new throng of acolytes who bow down before the throne of heavy doom. Eternal Winter awaits! Black vinyl is limited to 600 copies. (Svart Records)
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    Soul Jazz Records are releasing PUNK 45: I’m A Mess, a new collection of punk and D-I-Y rare 45s from the UK, as a one-off pressing limited-edition double album with a bonus 45 exclusive for Record Store Day 2022. Soul Jazz Records’ long-lasting Punk 45 series are high-quality editions of early punk 45s. While previous editions have focussed on the early days of punk in Los Angeles, Cleveland, Akron, France, and proto-punk, this new edition focusses on mainly do-it-yourself, or self-released 45s, all made in the UK in the early days of punk. While only a handful of Punk 45s were released in 1976, the following two years produced an avalanche of them. Aside from the few punk bands who signed to major labels, many of these singles were self-released private press 45s or independent label 45s. With limited distribution and access to the media, many of these sunk without trace and were lost in history. This album features many of these independent punk 45 gems, lost nuggets of gold from the sea of time! The bands featured here come from all across the United Kingdom. Here you will find The Drive, Scotlands’ answer to the New York Dolls, Dansette Damage from Newcastle, Stormtrooper, from the Isle of Wight and many more - a snapshot of some of the finest private-press 45s ever made. Other bands include Cybermen, The Exile, Neon as well as the early punk incarnations Johnny and The Self-Abusers (who later became Simple Minds) and The Killjoys (with vocals by Kevin Rowland who later formed Dexy’s Midnight Runners). These are all one-off and super rare releases from bands that you have probably never heard of! – totally hidden gems from the wastelands of the early days of punk. Totally in keeping with the spirit of the time, this is high-octane, righteously-independent - DIY or die! The RSD special edition comes with an exclusive 45 of Stormtrooper ‘I’m A Mess’/’It’s Not Me’ Tracklist A1 The Art Attacks– I Am A Dalek 2:50 A2 The Drive – Jerkin 3:42 A3 Johnny And The Self Abusers– Saints And Sinners 1:52 A4 Trash (13)– Priorities 2:33 A5 The Carpettes– Help I'm Trapped 1:05 B1 Stormtrooper – I'm A Mess 2:43 B2 The Electric Chairs– So Many Ways 3:57 B3 Social Security – I Don't Want My Heart To Rule My Head 3:03 B4 Neon Hearts– Venus Eccentric 2:42 C1 The Cybermen – Cybernetic Surgery 1:57 C2 The Killjoys– Naive 2:47 C3 The Reducers– Things Go Wrong 2:56 C4 Johnny Moped– No One 2:48 C5 Neon – Bottles 2:22 D1 V2 (5)– Speed Freak 2:03 D2 The Exile – Fascist DJ 2:08 D3 Lucy – Feel So Good 3:27 D4 Machines (3)– True Life 2:06 D5 Dansette Damage– N.M.E. 2:39 E Stormtrooper – I'm A Mess 2:33 F Stormtrooper – It's Not Me 3:30 (Soul Jazz Records)

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