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    It almost seems churlish to regard Celtic Frost as one of the great extreme metal bands, because they were so much more than that. It’s better to hail them as among the finest extreme and experimental bands of the 1980s. Refusing ever to do what was expected or demanded, the band constantly changed musical direction, always brought in surprising influences, and kept people guessing as to where they might venture next. Their catalogue of albums is formidable and unmatched. Each is not only unique, but part of an entire tapestry that only now can be appreciated for being a remarkable part of music history. Despite, or maybe because of, constant turmoil on so many fronts, Celtic Frost achieved an artistic level few others would even have dared to dream of aspiring towards. They climbed high because they were never afraid to fall. Which is why the band are now rightly regarded as icons, and iconoclasts. This box set includes : •Morbid Tales (1LP red & black galaxy vinyl) •To Mega Therion (1LP gatefold Silver & black swirl vinyl) •Into The Pandemonium (1LP gatefold on orange and beige galaxy vinyl) •Emperor’s Return (Back on vinyl for the first time in 37 years. Green & black galaxy) •Tragic Serenades (12” EP on pink and black swirl vinyl) •I Won’t Dance (12” EP, back on vinyl for the first time in 35 years. White & black swirl vinyl) •The Collector’s Celtic Frost (12” single, back on vinyl for the first time in 35 years. Marble vinyl with silk screen print on Side B) •Visual Aggression (7” single with new artwork and on grey vinyl) •Grave Hill Bunker Rehearsals (Four track rehearsal demo cassette from 1984) •12” x 12” 40 page book of brand new interviews with founding member Tom G Warrior and drummer Reed St Mark. Contains rare and previously unseen photos from the era. •‘Heptagram’ figurine USB drive containing MP3 audio of all the albums, including bonus tracks. •Two sided, A2 poster. •‘Necromaniac Union’ fan club enamel badge. •‘Danse Macabre’ sew on woven patch. (Noise – NOISEBOX107, BMG Rights Management – NOISEBOX107)
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    F.O.A.D. Records celebrates its 200th release with the most extreme boxset in music history! The ultimate, most exhaustive collection of AxCx recordings from the band's early years: all their singles, split 7"s, comp. tracks, demos, the ultra-rare first tape 1988, rehearsals, unplugged, live... and the impossible to find "A head-shot for your thoughts" promo ltd. to 6 copies. More than half of the stuff included has never been released on vinyl to date or has been out of print for a long time. "When the band started the goal was to be the fastest, noisiest, shittiest band around and to have absolutely no trace of musicality at all.." (Seth Putnam). "We did it before you and we did it better" (Tim Morse). 6 x LP's housed in a deluxe box with AxCx logo printed in spot UV, 72 page book filled with never seen before photos, scans of the original releases, liner notes by Seth's mom, band members & friends, memorabilia from Seth's personal archives and a lot more! A monsterwork carefully assembled over the years, mastered from selected, best sounding sources. Without getting in lost in descriptions and labels, AxCx were the world's fastest and noisiest band and their status of genius and nihilism will never be beaten! Contents in detail: 1st demo / 47 song demo / 1988 rehearsal ("A head-shot for your thoughts" pt.1) / Very rare rehearsal from February 1989 / 88 song EP / split 7" with 7 MON / Stuff for Axction compilation / 5634 song EP / 5634 song EP outtakes / Master of noise compilation / Another EP / split 7" with Meat Shits / split 7" with Psycho / Unreleased sessions 1991 / Unplugged EP / Side one of Live EP (Houston, Texas - July 6th, 1991) / Side two of Live EP (Ybor City, Florida - July 13rd, 1991) / Unknown gig 1988 ("A head-shot for your thoughts" pt.2) / Basement show Dave Fitch's cellar in Milford, Connecticut - August 26th, 1988 / Live in Indiana - February 20th, 1989 / Live in Düsseldorf - April 15th, 1990 / Live in Enschede - April 16th, 1990 / Live in Schwabisch Hall - April 3rd, 1990 / Live in Berlin - April 20th, 1990 / Live in Betigheim - April 4th, 1991 Label: F.O.A.D. Records
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    Clackamas, Oregon’s Dead Moon are truly one of the most independent and revered Northwest underground bands of all time. With Fred Cole on guitar and vocals, his wife Toody on bass and vocals, and the nearly indefatigable Andrew Loomis on drums (“nearly” because he’s rumored to have passed out on stage from exhaustion…), Dead Moon have been churning out their own indescribable brand of rock and roll for nearly 20 years now (and Fred’s career spans back another 20+ years before that). And they have yet to slow down. Proof of the band’s potency can be witnessed at any stop along one of their marathon tours of America and Europe. Their intensity and vitality are as unquestionable now as ever. Be warned: seeing Dead Moon live can be a life-altering experience that can quickly render at least half of your record collection useless and frivolous. The model of DIY self-sufficiency, Dead Moon have recorded almost all of their output themselves, released much of it on their own label (Tombstone Records, “Music Too Tough to Die”) and even cut their own masters (on the same disc cutter used for The Kingsmen’s all-timer “Louie Louie”). Echoes of the Past, is the best of Dead Moon as compiled by rock and roll legend and survivor Fred Cole, and we at Sub Pop are honored to be involved. If you love your rock and roll dark and heavy yet accessible, full of Mojo Rising and Ex-Catholic Voodoo and biting power chords and Charlie-Watts-on-speed-drumming, there simply is no better Northwest band than Portland's immortal Dead Moon. This gluttonously Caligula-generous, near-50-song 4xLP, limited-edition color vinyl anthology box set (with turntable slipmat, beverage koozie, stickers, button pack, and poster) is your gateway into the underworld of this criminally underrated band. Mastered for vinyl by: Don Tyler @ IO Mastering Limited Numbered Edition (2000) Contents: 4xLPs (Moon-Colored Vinyl), Beverage Coozie, Poster, Pinback Button Pack, Turntable Slipmat, 4xSickers, Custom Logo Patch, Tote Bag Originally issued as Echoes Of The Past, Sub Pop Records (SPCD 706) Tracklist: A1 Graveyard A2 Evil Eye A3 I Hate The Blues A4 Dead Moon Night A5 My Escape A6 A Miss Of You B1 Walking On My Grave B2 Johnny's Got A Gun B3 I'm Out Nine B4 Kicked Out - Kicked In B5 Unknown Passage B6 Jane B7 Dagger Moon C1 DOA C2 Over The Edge C3 Running Scared C4 Room 213 C5 54/40 Or Fight (Live) C6 A Fix On You D1 Sorrow's Forecast D2 Castaways D3 Down The Road D4 Fire In The Western World D5 Can't Do That D6 13 Going On 21 D7 Destination X E1 Black September E2 Poor Born E3 Cast Will Change E4 Running Out Of Time E5 Psychodelic Nightmare E6 Area 51 F1 Somewhere Far Away F2 Diamonds In The Rough F3 Going South F4 I Won't Be The One F5 Point Of No Return F6 Last Train G1 Rescue G2 On Another Plane G3 Ricochet G4 The Way It Is G5 These Times With You G6 40 Miles Of Bad Road H1 Never Again H2 Sabotage H3 Day After Day H4 It's O.K. H5 Too Far Gone Label: Arena Rock Recording Company Barcode: 634457113220
  • Highly sought after collection of crucial 90s D-Beat! Limited edition vinyl box set of all Wolfpack releases. ABSOLUTely essential collection of Wolfpack recordings spanning the groups existence from 1996-1999. All remastered by Brad Boatright. Deluxe box set with anti-scratch lamination finish + metallic foil embossing on the box top/cover. All vinyl is clear and limited to 500 units. Contents of the box: - A New Dawn Fades LP (Clear vinyl) - Lycanthro Punk LP (Clear vinyl) - All Day Hell LP (Clear vinyl) The following items are exclusive to the box: - Hellhound Warpig 7" (Clear vinyl) - Bloodstained Dreams 7" (Clear vinyl) - Embroidered circular patch (silver thread)Hellhound Warpig cover (Celtic wolf) design. CLASSIC, CRUCIAL D-BEATH CRUST FROM THE MASTERS! (Southern Lord Records)
  • 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. Label: Svart Records Barcode: 6430065586494
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    Bastards was one of the first hardcore punk bands coming from Finland in the early 80’s. The band released three albums between 1982-1983: Harhaa (1982, originally only on cassette tape), Järjetön maailma (1983) and Siberian Hardcore (1983). Propaganda Records, the oracle of its time, released the Maailma palaa ja kuolee EP when the band was still active, and some single tracks also appeared on Finnish and international compilations. Bastards gained international attention and were the first Finnish hardcore band to tour Europe, yet they still ended up quitting the band in December 1983 after just a few active years. Svart Records have now put together all the recorded material by Bastards. Arctic Hardcore – Complete Studio Recordings & Rare Rehearsal Tapes -box set was done as a tight co-operation between the record company and members of the band. The nearly four-hour long compilation contains 136 songs, of which fifty are never released versions or completely unheard material, until now. The box set also contains a thick booklet with the band’s history, lyrics, complete song information and a lot of photos from the band’s active years. 6LP, black vinyl, booklet. LP1 MAAILMA PALAA JA KUOLEE A1. HUOMINEN TULEE, PAINAJAINEN ALKAA (0:51) A2. TURVALLISTA HUOMISTA (1:24) A3. KAPIAISET (0:50) A4. HALLELUJAH! (1:02) A5. KUOLEMAN KAUPPIAAT (0:52) A6. SOTAA (0:54) A7. SIKA-ARMEIJA (0:41) A8. SENSUURI (1:02) A9. ARMEIJAAN (1:09) A10. MAAILMA PALAA (1:12) PROPAGANDA – RUSSIA BOMBS FINLAND A11. VAPAUS (1:27) A12. LAHDATAAN NE (0:44) A13. EI TULEVAISUUTTA (0:48) A14. UNIVORMUKONNAT (0:39) A15. SODAN UHKA (1:02) PROPAGANDA – HARDCORE ’83 B1. LOPUN ALKU (2:33) B2. SYYTÖN (1:19) B3. SOKEA VIHA (1:16) B4. ISÄNMAA (1:14) B5. NO SCAPEGOAT (0:59) PROPAGANDA LIVE B6. LOPUN ALKU (2:27) B7. UUSI AIKA (2:15) B8. AUTIO JA HILJAINEN MAAILMA (2:07) B9. WARHEAD (3:12) LP2 JÄRJETÖN MAAILMA A1. HYVÄKSIKÄYTETYT (2:21) A2. SUOMI RYÖMII (1:56) A3. MUSTA PARAATI (2:23) A4. HARHAA (1:40) A5. USKOVAISET (1:14) A6. JUMALAN SOTILAAT (2:45) A7. PUOLUENUORET (1:32) A8. NE ON TOSISSAAN (2:08) A9. LÄPINÄKYVÄÄ ELÄMÄÄ (2:21) A10. LIIAN MONTA TURHAA SOTAA (3:00) B1. VALMIS UNOHTAAN (2:23) B2. AUTIO JA HILJAINE MAAILMA (2:12) B3. AIVOPESTY (1:39) B4. ELOTONTA TUHKAA (3:18) B5. SÄ ALISTUT (1:26) B6. PELLE (2:12) B7. ISÄNMAA (1:23) B8. HARDCOREA SIPERIASTA (2:20) B9. JÄRJETÖN MAAILMA (4:37) LP3 HARHAA A1. HARHAA (1:29) A2. NE ON TOSISSAAN (2:09) A3. SÄ ALISTUT (1:07) A4. SYYTÖN (1:01) A5. LOPUN ALKU (2:32) A6. KUOLEMAN KAUPPIAAT (0:55) A7. HUOMINEN TULEE, PAINAJAINEN ALKAA (0:54) A8. SOKEA VIHA (1:25) A9. HALLELUJAH! (0:53) A10. ISÄNMAA (1:16) A11. KAPIAISET (0:45) A12. MAAILMA PALAA (1:17) A13. SENSUURI (1:00) A14. LAHDATAAN NE (0:47) B1. PUOLUENUORET (1:18) B2. SODAN UHKA (1:19) B3. PUOLESTA ISÄNMAAN (1:08) B4. USKOVAISET (1:11) B5. TURVALLISTA HUOMISTA (1:16) B6. SOTAA (0:45) B7. EI TULEVAISUUTTA (0:54) B8. VAPAUS (1:18) JÄRJETÖN MAAILMA session outtakes B9. ARVOISA YLEISÖ remix (3:24) B10. EI TEHDÄ remix (2:43) B11. LOPUN ALKU remix (2:25) LP4 SIBERIAN HARDCORE A1. TOMORROW remix (2:35) A2. WAR HEROES (2:03) A3. NO NOISE IN THE SILENT WORLD (2:10) A4. SOLDIERS OF GOD (2:44) A5. SALVATION (1:29) A6. BLACK PARADE (2:08) A7. BINDING RULES (2:14) A8. WORLD BURNS TO DEATH (1:29) A9. ANXIOUS TO FORGET (2:40) B1. SIBERIAN HARDCORE (2:26) B2. LORD TAKETH, LORD GIVETH (2:41) B3. RED FREEDOM (2:46) B4. VOTE FOR YOUR LORDS (1:48) B5. A JUNKY’S LIFE (1:52) B6. BLIND HATE (2:05) B7. BALANCE OF HORROR (1:37) B8. THE BEGINNING OF THE END (2:24) B9. INSANE WORLD (4:04) LP5 REHEARSAL early 1981 A1. BASTARDS (1:21) REHEARSAL late 1981 A2. SOTAA (1:05) A3. LAHDATAAN NE (0:48) A4. EI TULEVAISUUTTA (0:52) A5. EI ENÄÄ ASEITA (1:23) A6. UNIVORMUKONNAT (0:50) A7. KUOLEMAN KAUPPIAAT (1:01) A8. SIKA-ARMEIJA (0:52) A9. SODAN UHKA (0:59) A10. ASEET (0:48) A11. UUSNATSIT (1:21) A12. BLOWN TO BITS (1:25) LIVE Puntala Rock ‘82 A13. SOTAA (1:12) REHEARSAL November 7, 1982 A14. HUOMINEN TULEE, PAINAJAINEN ALKAA (0:48) A15. LAHDATAAN NE (0:45) A16. TURVALLISTA HUOMISTA (1:17) A17. HALLELUJAH! (0:50) A18. VAPAUS (1:22) B1. KAPIAISET (0:45) B2. MAAILMA PALAA (1:12) B3. SENSUURI (1:00) B4. LOPUN ALKU (2:34) B5. SYYTÖN (1:02) B6. ARMEIJAAN (1:10) B7. USKOVAISET (1:13) B8. EI TULEVAISUUTTA (0:56) B9. ISÄNMAA (1:13) B10. PUOLUENUORET (1:18) B11. HARHAA (1:21) B12. KUOLEMAN KAUPPIAAT (0:54) B13. FILLER (1:26) B14. TOMORROW BELONGS TO US (1:44) LP6 REHEARSAL November 7, 1982 A1. OLEN HOMO (2:04) A2. TURPA KIINNI JA NUSSI (1:43) A3. TÄNÄÄN KOTONA (1:45) A4. TAVASTIA (1:55) REHEARSAL March 16, 1983 A5. SUOMI RYÖMII (2:07) A6. VALMIS UNOHTAAN (2:17) A7. USKOVAISET (1:17) A8. LIIAN MONTA TURHAA SOTAA (2:55) A9. MUSTA PARAATI (2:14) B1. AUTIO JA HILJAINEN MAAILMA (2:02) B2. PUOLUENUORET (1:22) B3. PELLE (2:18) B4. SÄ ALISTUT (1:25) B5. NE ON TOSISSAAN (2:10) B6. AIVOPESTY (1:44) B7. PELINAPPULA (2:37) B8. LÄPINÄKYVÄÄ ELÄMÄÄ (2:25) B9. WHEN THE PUNKS GO MARCHING IN (2:02) Label: Svart Barcode: 6430080233687
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    2LP - Limited 40th Anniversary Deluxe Remastered Edition Box Set in hard slip case with hardcover book featuring rare and never-before-seen photos of Christian Death plus Poster. Christian Death was formed by Rozz Williams in Los Angeles, California in 1979. Williams was eventually joined by guitarist/songwriter Rikk Agnew of Adolesents, James McGearty on bass and George Belanger on drums. This Christian Death line-up was responsible for recording the band's iconic 1982 debut, Only Theatre of Pain, widely regarded as the number 1 American goth album of all-time. This exclusive double-LP version of Only Theatre of Pain commemorates its 40th anniversary - the first disc is the digitally remastered, original version of the album while the second disc is comprised of "Dogs" from Hell Comes From to Your House, four pre-Frontier demos, two studio demos made for a second Frontier Records' LP that never happened and two alternate studio mixes from Only Theatre of Pain. The gatefold LP jacket is printed in its original its black and metallic gold, includes a Colver collage poster and a hardcover copy of the photo book, Only Theatre Of Pain and all come in a hard slipcase. The oversized 12" x 12" book features rare and never-before-seen photos of Christian Death as well as new interviews with photographer Edward C. Colver, the surviving band members, Frontier's Lisa Fancher and others. Colver befriended the band and followed them around in late 1981 and early 1982 at more than a dozen concerts as well as photo shoots in Rozz Williams' family home (used on the back cover and insert of Only Theatre of Pain) and a session of now famous images at a Pomona CA cemetery. This is one-time only, strictly-limited edition box set, never to be sold as a set once these are gone. 1. 12" X 12" hard cover book. 2. Double LP in gatefold jacket. 3. Poster. All three come in a slip case. Tracklist: SIDE ONE 1. Cavity - First Communion 2. Figurative Theatre 3. Burnt Offerings 4. Mysterium Iniquitatis 5. Dream For Mother SIDE TWO 1. Stairs - Uncertain Journey 2. Spiritual Cramp 3. Romeo's Distress 4. Resurrection - Sixth Communion 5. Prayer SIDE THREE 1. Dogs 2. Romeo's Distress (Demo) 3. Deathwish (Demo) 4. Desperate Hell (Demo) 5. Spiritual Cramp (Demo) 6. Cavity - First Communion (Demo) SIDE FOUR 1. Sleepwalk (1982 Frontier Demo) 2. Invocation (1982 Frontier Demo) 3. Cavity - First Communion (Alternate Version) 4. Lord's Prayer (Alternate Version) Label: Frontier Records, Cult Epics
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    Massive box set with 4 LPs, one DVD, large 12? booklet, A4 booklet, A5 leaflet, three posters, flyers and hidden gems! This is the final nail in the coffin of Reverend Bizarre and also the final part of Svart Records’ long-standing mission to release the band’s entire discography on vinyl. The vinyl box set contains both versions of the band’s legendary demo Slice of Doom plus the promo tape the band did to get a deal for their first album In The Rectory. Additional bonus is a live DVD of the band’s very first live show at TVO in Turku, Finland on September 18th, 1999. Then there’s replicas of three early gig posters, the rare True Doom manifesto by Earl of Void, a large booklet compiling all visual material and background info from these early years, a very rare promo booklet replica, flyers plus hidden gems. This "Amanita Muscaria Splatter" edition is exclusive to the Svart webstore! Limited to 888 copies. Label: Svart Records Barcode: 6430050660444
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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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    Disrupt formed in the summer of 1987 in Lynn, Massachusetts. The lineup was Jay Stiles-vocals, Pete Kamarinos-vocals, Chris Drake- guitar, Harry Haralabatos-drums, Tony Leone-bass. After recording one rehearsal demo, Tony and Harry left the band. Brad Clark- drums and Mike Williams-guitar joined in the spring of 1988. Brad left the band a couple of months later and Mike started playing drums. With this lineup in November 1988, they recorded the Millions Die For Moneymaking – 13 song demo with Jay also playing bass. In the spring of 1989, Mike and Chris left the band. Harry the original drummer rejoined the band so they could record songs that at the time were supposed to be on a split 7” with Extreme Noise Terror. Scott Lucid-bass then joined the band. In Oct. 1989, they recorded 5 songs for the s/t 7”, the lineup then being Pete-vocals, Jay -vocals and guitar, Scott-bass and Harry-drums. In 1990, Chris Drake rejoined the band and Terry Savastano (Spasm) joined on second guitar. Scott then left the band Bob Palombo replaced him on bass. This lineup recorded 11 songs for the Refuse Planet 7” and split 7” with Destroy! in Jan 1991. Chris left the band in early 1991 and was replaced with Jeff Hayward (Unleashed Anger). About a week later Harry -drums quit and Randy Odierno (Temporary Insanity) took his place. In May of 1991 the lineup was Pete Kamarinos-vocals, Jay Stiles-vocals, Terry Savastano-guitar, Jeff Hayward-guitar, Bob Palombo-bass and Randy Odierno-drums. This lineup lasted until Disrupt’s European tour in Oct./Nov. of 1993 after which they broke up due to personal and musical differences. Four members of Disrupt went on to form the band Grief. Disrupt "Discography" 4xLP officially licensed from Relapse Records. The 4xLP vinyl box set version is comprised exclusively of all 80 studio songs recorded during Disrupt's resounding existence. All the songs have been remastered at Audiosiege Studios by Brad Boatwright. This 4xLP double gatefold beast containing a booklet and 2ft. x 2ft. poster will load into a milky clear slipcase cover. Transparent Red, limited to 200. Tracks A1 to A7 Seven unreleased songs from the Sauna & Warcollapse split recording sessions. Tracks A8 to A9: Disrupt/Warcollapse split 7", originally released by Crust Records in 1994. Tracks B1 to B8: Disrupt/Sauna split LP 'People Killing People', originally released by Sludge Records, France, in 1993. Tracks C1 to D11 were originally released on the "Unrest" LP in 1994. Tracks E1 to E10 released on the Deprived 7" in 1994 as part of the Relapse Singles Series. Tracks F1 to F3: Disrupt/Tuomiopaiavn Lapset split 7", originally released by Ecocentric Records, Germany in 1993. Track F4: Previously unreleased. Tracks F5 to F7: Disrupt/Taste of Fear split 7", originally released by OTD Records, Switzerland in 1992. Tracks G8 to G11: Disrupt/Disdain split 7", originally released by Desperate Attempt. Tracks G12 to G15: Disrupt/Resist split 7", originally released by DAM in 1991. Track G6: Originally appeared on V/A 'Crust And Anguished Life' CD Track G7: Originally appeared on V/A 'Son Of Bleeeaaarggghh' CD Tracks G8 to G10: Disrupt/Destroy split 7", originally released by Break The Chains Records in 1991. Tracks H1 to H8: 'Refuse Planet' 7", originally released by Relapse Records in 1991. Tracks H9 to H14: Self-titled 7", originally released by Crust Records in 1990. Label: Unrest Records
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    Disrupt formed in the summer of 1987 in Lynn, Massachusetts. The lineup was Jay Stiles-vocals, Pete Kamarinos-vocals, Chris Drake- guitar, Harry Haralabatos-drums, Tony Leone-bass. After recording one rehearsal demo, Tony and Harry left the band. Brad Clark- drums and Mike Williams-guitar joined in the spring of 1988. Brad left the band a couple of months later and Mike started playing drums. With this lineup in November 1988, they recorded the Millions Die For Moneymaking – 13 song demo with Jay also playing bass. In the spring of 1989, Mike and Chris left the band. Harry the original drummer rejoined the band so they could record songs that at the time were supposed to be on a split 7” with Extreme Noise Terror. Scott Lucid-bass then joined the band. In Oct. 1989, they recorded 5 songs for the s/t 7”, the lineup then being Pete-vocals, Jay -vocals and guitar, Scott-bass and Harry-drums. In 1990, Chris Drake rejoined the band and Terry Savastano (Spasm) joined on second guitar. Scott then left the band Bob Palombo replaced him on bass. This lineup recorded 11 songs for the Refuse Planet 7” and split 7” with Destroy! in Jan 1991. Chris left the band in early 1991 and was replaced with Jeff Hayward (Unleashed Anger). About a week later Harry -drums quit and Randy Odierno (Temporary Insanity) took his place. In May of 1991 the lineup was Pete Kamarinos-vocals, Jay Stiles-vocals, Terry Savastano-guitar, Jeff Hayward-guitar, Bob Palombo-bass and Randy Odierno-drums. This lineup lasted until Disrupt’s European tour in Oct./Nov. of 1993 after which they broke up due to personal and musical differences. Four members of Disrupt went on to form the band Grief. Disrupt "Discography" 4xLP officially licensed from Relapse Records. The 4xLP vinyl box set version is comprised exclusively of all 80 studio songs recorded during Disrupt's resounding existence. All the songs have been remastered at Audiosiege Studios by Brad Boatwright. This 4xLP double gatefold beast containing a booklet and 2ft. x 2ft. poster will load into a milky clear slipcase cover. Limited to 500 copies!! Tracks A1 to A7 Seven unreleased songs from the Sauna & Warcollapse split recording sessions. Tracks A8 to A9: Disrupt/Warcollapse split 7", originally released by Crust Records in 1994. Tracks B1 to B8: Disrupt/Sauna split LP 'People Killing People', originally released by Sludge Records, France, in 1993. Tracks C1 to D11 were originally released on the "Unrest" LP in 1994. Tracks E1 to E10 released on the Deprived 7" in 1994 as part of the Relapse Singles Series. Tracks F1 to F3: Disrupt/Tuomiopaiavn Lapset split 7", originally released by Ecocentric Records, Germany in 1993. Track F4: Previously unreleased. Tracks F5 to F7: Disrupt/Taste of Fear split 7", originally released by OTD Records, Switzerland in 1992. Tracks G8 to G11: Disrupt/Disdain split 7", originally released by Desperate Attempt. Tracks G12 to G15: Disrupt/Resist split 7", originally released by DAM in 1991. Track G6: Originally appeared on V/A 'Crust And Anguished Life' CD Track G7: Originally appeared on V/A 'Son Of Bleeeaaarggghh' CD Tracks G8 to G10: Disrupt/Destroy split 7", originally released by Break The Chains Records in 1991. Tracks H1 to H8: 'Refuse Planet' 7", originally released by Relapse Records in 1991. Tracks H9 to H14: Self-titled 7", originally released by Crust Records in 1990. Label: Unrest Records
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    Quality, lightweight and weatherproof casual short jacket with soft and warm fleece lining. This durable rain jacket has an outer layer made of breathable, windproof and water repellent 100% nylon material. It features hood with a drawstring and the full front zipper with Hook-and-loop secured storm flap as well as two front pockets. Moreover the jacket has adjustable cuffs with hook-and-loop closure and toggle adjustment in hood and waist. Ideal for all outdoor pursuits. Lightweight Breathable & windproof Water repellent Snorkel hood 2 pockets Adjustable Hook-and-loop cuffs Outer layer: 100% nylon Soft fleece liner: 100% polyester Manufacturer: Surplus
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    The MC5 were one of the greatest rock ‘n’ roll bands to emerge in the 1960s, and the number of individuals who respect and revere the music they recorded and released in their heyday has multiplied over the years. If you aren’t already worshipping at the altar of the band’s first three albums, well, now’s the perfect time to change that, because Rhino has just reissued them in a 3-LP boxset. TOTAL ASSAULT: 50TH ANNIVERSARY COLLECTION is a limited-edition boxed set that features all three of the band’s albums pressed on colored vinyl: KICK OUT THE JAMS (red vinyl) BACK IN THE USA (white vinyl) HIGH TIME (blue vinyl The albums come in sleeves that faithfully re-create the original releases, including gatefolds for Kick Out The Jams and High Times. All three are housed in a hard slipcase with new art and previously unseen photographs by world renowned photographer Raeanne Rubenstein. The set also includes a new essay by Creem magazine founding editor/writer Jaan Uhelszki. TOTAL ASSAULT rocks hard. Go get a copy right now, so you can kick out the jams yourself. (Rhino Records – R1 572454 , Elektra – R1 572454 , Atlantic – R1 572454)
  • 3xCD Box presented here is the entire original trilogy, held in a sturdy black embossed box, with brand new artwork for all three albums by band vocalist Alex. The collection also contains a lyric booklet, an enamel badge and two embroidered patches. Fall Of Efrafa “The Warren of Snares” complete CD box set Fall of Efrafa were an atmospheric crust band from Brighton, United Kingdom. Influenced by the novel “Watership Down” by Richard Adams, they created a trilogy of records collectively known as “the Warren of Snares” - Owsla, Elil and Inle. Over the course of these three records, they incorporated doom, post rock and post metal into their emotive crust punk, creating vast swathes of uplifting crescendos and dark abysses whilst telling the tale of an uprising against religious despots and the cruel hand of man. Presented here is the entire original trilogy, held in a sturdy black embossed box, with brand new artwork for all three albums by band vocalist Alex. The collection also contains a lyric booklet, an enamel badge and two embroidered patches. (Alerta Antifascista Records)
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    The climactic entry in our four-set Unwound exploration, Empire compiles the final pair of albums by the Olympia, Washington, trio. On 1998’s Challenge For A Civilized Society, the band toyed with conventional verse/chorus form, stacking layers of noise and distraction on top of tightly constructed melodies. They'd abdicate entirely just three years later with 2001’s Leaves Turn Inside You, executing a 14-song masterclass in home recording that observed a crucial band in graceful transition from post-hardcore trio to experimental quintet. The mammoth double album was lost in the chaos of a post-9/11 media, baffling onlookers and exhilarating fans in successive breaths before it fell far out of print. At their reinvention and terminus, Unwound ultimately asked “Who Cares”? The Empire box-set teems with period singles, B-sides, unreleased studio tracks, and demos, alongside a 15,000-word essay exploring the terminal stages of the ’90s, indie rock, Unwound, and civilization as we know it. Label: Numero Group Records Barcode: 0825764120258
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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)
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    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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    40th anniversary box set packaged in a 12" x 12" hardcover book on a limited edition of 15,000 individually numbered copies.
    Despite carrying on the celebratory tone of The Ramones' debut and Leave Home in the likes of Sheena Is A Punk Rocker, Cretin Hop a tribute to dirty Rockaway Beach and covers of The Trashmen and Do You Wanna Dance? Their third LP from 1977 displays a dark humour that's less jokey than the previous releases' goofs on bad mental health and dysfunctional relationships. the group's best-produced of its first three releases, rocket achieves an almost smooth texture thanks to a clean mix and increased use of Beach Boys-inspired vocal harmonies.
    The Ramones ignited the punk-rock movement with their eponymous 1976 debut album, revitalizing rock and roll at one of its lowest ebbs with attitude, energy and a loud, fast new sound. By cutting music down to its bare essentials – four chords; a simple, catchy melody; a sped up tempo and irresistibly inane lyrics, the Ramones blazed the trail for thousands of bands that followed, influencing everyone from The Clash and The Sex Pistols to Green Day and The Offspring. Although The Ramones never achieved mainstream financial success, they released 21 live and studio albums, had a devoted fan base and were inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 2002. Contains two different mixes of the album: a remastered version of the original and a new 40th Anniversary Tracking Mix by originalRocket To Russia engineer/mixer Ed Stasium. The collection also includes a number of unreleased studio recordings, plus a previously unissued recording of the band’s 1977 concert in Glasgow, Scotland. The Deluxe Edition will be produced in a limited and numbered edition of 15,000 copies worldwide and comes packaged in a 12 x 12 hardcover book. Along with the music, the set also features stories about the band by Sire Records founder Seymour Stein, details about making the album by Stasium, and extensive liner notes by renowned music writer and co-founder of Creem Magazine, Jaan Uhelszki. The first disc of the Deluxe Edition features a remastered version of the original stereo mix for Rocket To Russia, plus the 2017 40th Anniversary Tracking Mix created by Stasium, which provides a back-to-basics version of the album, and a different track listing from the 1977 original. The 2017 40th Anniversary Tracking Mix is also featured on the LP that accompanies the Deluxe Edition. Stasium provides some details on the new Tracking Mix in the set’s liner notes: “When putting together this new Tracking Mix, I decided to include the versions of ‘I Don’t Care’ and ‘It’s A Long Way Back to Germany,’ since they were recorded during the Rocket To Russia sessions at Mediasound,and are completely different takes that have never been heard before. ‘Sheena’ has been omitted, as it was recorded in a totally different session a few months prior, in-between the Leave Home and Rocket To Russia albums.” Two dozen rare and unreleased recordings are found on the second disc, including rough mixes from sessions at Mediasound and The Power Station. There’s also an early version of “Needles And Pins” with Tommy on drums, the B-side single mix of “Babysitter,” an alternate version of “It’s A Long Way Back To Germany” with Dee Dee on vocals, an original radio promo with Joey Ramone, and more. A highlight of this Deluxe Edition is the complete unreleased concert included on the third disc. This never-before-heard multi-track recording of the band’s December 19, 1977 show at the Apollo Centre in Glasgow, Scotland captures the Ramones just a few days before the group recorded the classic live album It’s Alive, and mixed for this 40th Anniversary edition by Ed Stasium. In Glasgow, they played songs from all three studio albums including “Blitzkrieg Bop,” “Judy Is A Punk,” “Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment,” and “California Sun.” Tracklist: Remastered Original Mixes 1-1 Cretin Hop 1:55 1-2 Rockaway Beach 2:06 1-3 Here Today, Gone Tomorrow 2:49 1-4 Locket Love 2:11 1-5 I Don't Care 1:39 1-6 Sheena Is A Punk Rocker 2:49 1-7 We're A Happy Family 2:40 1-8 Teenage Lobotomy 2:01 1-9 Do You Wanna Dance? 1:55 1-10 I Wanna Be Well 2:28 1-11 I Can't Give You Anything 2:01 1-12 Ramona 2:37 1-13 Surfin' Bird 2:37 1-14 Why Is It Always This Way? 2:19 40th Anniversary Tracking Mix 1-15 Cretin Hop 1:57 1-16 Rockaway Beach 2:07 1-17 Here Today, Gone Tomorrow 2:46 1-18 Locket Love 2:16 1-19 I Don't Care (Version 2) 1:51 1-20 It's A Long Way Back To Germany (Version 1) 2:23 1-21 We're A Happy Family 2:38 1-22 Teenage Lobotomy 2:04 1-23 Do You Wanna Dance? 1:54 1-24 I Wanna Be Well 2:30 1-25 I Can't Give You Anything 2:13 1-26 Ramona 3:06 1-27 Surfin' Bird 2:53 1-28 Why Is It Always This Way? 2:44 Mediasound/Power Station Rough Mixes 2-1 Why Is It Always This Way? (Mediasound Rough, Alternate Lyrics) 1:58 2-2 Rockaway Beach (Power Station Rough) 2:06 2-3 I Wanna Be Well (Power Station Rough) 2:28 2-4 Locket Love (Power Station Rough) 2:15 2-5 I Can't Give You Anything (Power Station Rough) 2:02 2-6 Cretin Hop (Power Station Rough) 1:55 2-7 We're A Happy Family (Power Station Rough) 2:14 2-8 Ramona (Mediasound Rough, Alternate Lyrics) 3:06 2-9 Do You Wanna Dance? (Mediasound Rough) 1:52 2-10 Teenage Lobotomy (Mediasound Rough) 2:02 2-11 Here Today, Gone Tomorrow (Mediasound Rough) 2:47 2-12 I Don't Care (Version 2, Mediasound Rough) 1:46 40th Anniversary Extras 2-13 Here Today, Gone Tomorrow (Acoustic Version) 2:48 2-14 It's A Long Way Back To Germany (Version 1, Dee Dee Vocal) 2:24 2-15 Ramona (Sweet Little Ramona Pop Mix) 3:07 2-16 Surfin' Bird (Alternate Vocal) 2:40 2-17 Teenage Lobotomy (Backing Track) 2:06 2-18 We're A Happy Family (At Home With The Family) 1:02 2-19 Cretin Hop (Backing Track) 1:58 2-20 Needles And Pins (Demo Version) 2:44 2-21 Babysitter (B-Side Version, Remastered) 2:45 2-22 It's A Long Way Back To Germany (B-Side Version, Remastered) 2:21 2-23 Joey RTR Radio Spot Promo 0:52 2-24 We're A Happy Family (Joey & Dee Dee Dialogue) 1:12 Live At Apollo Centre, Glasgow, Scotland (12/19/77) 3-1 Rockaway Beach 3:00 3-2 Teenage Lobotomy 2:08 3-3 Blitzkrieg Bop 2:03 3-4 I Wanna Be Well 2:21 3-5 Glad To See You Go 1:51 3-6 Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment 1:37 3-7 You're Gonna Kill That Girl 2:27 3-8 I Don't Care 1:40 3-9 Sheena Is A Punk Rocker 2:26 3-10 Carbona Not Glue 1:34 3-11 Commando 1:58 3-12 Here Today, Gone Tomorrow 3:14 3-13 Surfin' Bird 2:23 3-14 Cretin Hop 1:45 3-15 Listen To My Heart 1:38 3-16 California Sun 1:48 3-17 I Don't Wanna Walk Around With You 1:24 3-18 Pinhead 3:47 3-19 Do You Wanna Dance? 1:41 3-20 Chain Saw 1:31 3-21 Today Your Love, Tomorrow The World 3:25 3-22 Now I Wanna Be A Good Boy 2:03 3-23 Judy Is A Punk 1:15 3-24 Now I Wanna Sniff Some Glue 1:22 3-25 We're A Happy Family 2:26 LP - 40th Anniversary Tracking Mix A1 Cretin Hop 1:57 A2 Rockaway Beach 2:07 A3 Here Today, Gone Tomorrow 2:46 A4 Locket Love 2:16 A5 I Don't Care (Version 2) 1:51 A6 It's A Long Way Back To Germany (Version 1) 2:23 A7 We're A Happy Family 2:38 B1 Teenage Lobotomy 2:04 B2 Do You Wanna Dance? 1:54 B3 I Wanna Be Well 2:30 B4 I Can't Give You Anything 2:13 B5 Ramona 3:06 B6 Surfin' Bird 2:53 B7 Why Is It Always This Way? 2:44 (Rhino Records– R2 563470, Rhino Records – 081227932718, Sire – R2 563470, Sire – 081227932718, Ramones Productions Inc. – R2 563470, Ramones Productions Inc. – 081227932718)
  • Recorded live at Alexandra Palace, London, November 9, 2018. Their only UK show of 2018. 3LP on 180 gram heavyweight vinyl. Housed in outer, side-pocket cover. Each vinyl issued in record cover (bearing "new order live at alexandra palace") with slip sleeve, and includes a tri-fold insert. Filmed and recorded at a sold out London’s Alexandra Palace on November 9th 2018. The set includes all the New Order favorites such as ‘Blue Monday’, ‘True Faith’, ‘Bizarre Love Triangle’ as well as 4 from Joy Division with ‘Love Will Tear Us Apart’ closing the show. The massively influential band New Order formed in Manchester, England, in 1980, rising from the ashes of U.K. post-punk pioneers Joy Division. Successfully fusing new wave, electronica, synth-pop, and club music earlier than many bands now seen as contemporaries, their unique sound was as insightful and soulful as it was perfectly suited for the dance floor. From their earliest singles to their latest hits, this collection offers a career-spanning portrait of one of the most enduring and distinctive bands in modern rock. Tracklist A1 Das Rheingold: Vorspiel A2 Singularity A3 Regret A4 Love Vigilantes A5 Ultraviolence B1 Disorder B2 Crystal B3 Academic B4 Your Silent Face C1 Sub-Culture C2 Bizarre Love Triangle C3 Vanishing Point D1 Waiting For The Sirens' Call D2 Plastic D3 The Perfect Kiss E1 True Faith E2 Blue Monday E3 Temptation F1 Atmosphere F2 Decades F3 Love Will Tear Us Apart (Warner Music ‎– 0190295211646 )
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    30th Anniversary edition. The second album from Type O Negative, The Origin of the Feces was recorded in a studio, but a fake audience track was added to give the illusion of a live album. The cover of the original release had an up-close picture of an anus (reputed to belong to frontman Peter Steele). Subsequent reissues feature a different cover, a black and green portrait of 1493 painting The Dance of Death. The 30th anniversary 2LP edition features the original "explicit" cover art with peelable scratch 'n' sniff sticker, a Dance of Death fold out exclusive poster, green and black mixed color vinyl and deluxe packaging. Label: Run Out Groove ‎– ROGV-171, Roadrunner Records ‎– ROGV-171 Barcode: 081227882396
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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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    Hard to believe in this day and age, but this killer 1994 Black Sabbath tribute 2-LP set was not originally released on vinyl in the U.S.! The record went gold, and features the one and only performance ("The Wizard") by the Bullring Brummies, which takes the term "metal supergroup" to a whole new level: Rob Halford from Judas Priest, Scott "Wino" Weinrich from The Obsessed and Vitus; Fight guitarist Brian Tilse, and Geezer Butler and Bill Ward from Black Sabbath themselves (not to be undone, Ozzy sings with Therapy? on "Iron Man")! Megadeth got a Grammy nom for its cover of "Paranoid," too'and that's Ministry's Al Jourgenson guesting with 1000 Homo DJ's and Bruce Dickinson guesting with Godspeed! Pressed at Gotta Groove Records. Side One 1. Biohazard: After Forever 2. White Zombie: Children of the Grave 3. Megadeth: Paranoid Side Two 1. 1000 Homo DJ’s: Supernaut 2. Ozzy Osbourne with Therapy?: Iron Man 3. Corrosion of Conformity: Lord of This World Side Three 1. Sepultura: Symptom of the Universe 2. Bullring Brummies: The Wizard 3. Bruce Dickinson with Godspeed: Sabbath Bloody Sabbath Side Four 1. Ugly Kid Joe: N.I.B. 2. Faith No More: War Pigs (Live) 3. Type O Negative: Black Sabbath Label: Real Gone Music – RGM-1017, Sony Music Commercial Music Group – 19439730571, Columbia – 19439730571 Barcode: 848064012245
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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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    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

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