• This release marks the first time this album has been domestically available on Compact Disc, Bauhaus were a band that was as innovative as they were influential and they were undoubtedly at the forefront of the Gothic music scene that is still a force today. The band also spawned successful side projects including Love & Rockets, Tones on Tail and a solo careers for Peter Murphy and David J. This release includes nine extra tracks (on more than the UK version) taken from the bands early singles including "Dark Entries," "Terror Couple Kill Colonel" and their first cover, the T-Rex song "Telegram Sam." Track 1 originally released as Dark Entries AXIS 3A Tracks 2 to 10 originally released as In The Flat Field CAD 13 Tracks 11 · 12 · 17 originally released as Telegram Sam AD 17T Tracks 13 & 14 [& 18] originally released as Terror Couple Kill Colonel AD 7A Track 15 originally released as Dark Entries AXIS 3B Track 16 originally released as A God In An Alcove 7" flexi-disc (4AD ‎– GAD 13 CD)
  • Sleaford Mods are one of the most important, politically charged and thought-provoking duos currently making their mark on the UK music scene and beyond. They now release their fifth studio album entitled Eton Alive. The album, which features 12 new tracks from the prolific artists, was recorded in Nottingham. The record is the first release on Jason and Andrew’s newly formed label ‘Extreme Eating’ and their first album since parting ways with Rough Trade Records. “Eton Alive speaks for itself really. Here we are once again in the middle of another elitist plan being digested slowly as we wait to be turned into faeces once more. Some already are, some are dead and the rest of us erode in the belly of prehistoric ideology which depending on our abilities and willingness, assigns to each of us varying levels of comfort that range from horrible to reasonably acceptable, based on contribution. So after the digestive system of the Nobles rejects our inedible bones we exit the Arse of Rule, we fall into the toilet again and at the mercy of whatever policies are holding order in the shit pipe of this tatty civilisation. It is here our flesh regenerates as we rattle into another form, ready, and ripe for order”. – Jason Williamson ‘Eton Alive’ (Rough Trade Records) https://open.spotify.com/album/3QiU8JCc97mcqfJ3caEMzs
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    Alec MacKaye (Faith, Ignition, Warmers) with members of Make-Up, Ted Leo and the Pharmacists, Ex Hex and their debut full length. A new band of long-time players, Hammered Hulls' music hews close to some of their early influences. Alec MacKaye is the voice, Mark Cisneros is the guitarist, Mary Timony takes a nimble and rarely-heard turn as bassist, and Chris Wilson commands the drums. Each of them bring their individual imprint to the total sound. This concussion of strength upon strength, unified by vulnerable songs, only barely contained, is the signature sound of Hammered Hulls. Hammered Hulls' debut LP, Careening, may very well be the last record to be recorded and mixed at the famed Washington, D.C. area recording studio, Inner Ear. Engineered by studio owner Don Zientara and produced by Ian MacKaye, Careening was started right before the pandemic lockdown and completed in summer/fall of 2021. (Dischord Records)
  • With over 70 different releases spread over a thirty year career and literally hundreds of songs in their repertoire, Canadian pop-punk institution the McRackins hardly need an introduction. Originally released on compact disc only in 2006 and widely considered McRackins’ own ‘Pet Sounds’, ‘Bat Out Of Shell’ makes it on vinyl for the first time, with new revised artwork and complete with double-sided lyric insert. (Hey Suburbia Records)
  • 30 years anniversary reissue for the Canadian power pop legends, bum’s debut album. Originally released in 1993 on Popllama products from Seattle, produced by Kurt Bloch of the fastbacks, one of the greatest records not enough people heard. Featuring two bonus tracks and double sided insert with liner notes by grant Lawrence of the Smugglers. (Hey Suburbia Records)
  • ‘Punch Drunk’ is the second album from London-based trio More Kicks, on Dirtnap Records (USA) and Stardumb Records (EU). The band’s self-titled debut album was a concise and ragged lesson in pop songwriting dripping in melody, cynicism and energy. ‘Punch Drunk’ marks a new era for the band. Heavier, more expansive, more twists and turns. It veers from sparkling harmonies to fearsome riffing in the blink of eye, with never a second wasted. As with the first record, it was recorded live on to 2” tape. It’s bottled lightning and the sound of a band firing on all cylinders. James Sullivan (Sulli) – vox/guitar; Kris Hood – drums; Paolo Mantovani – bass/vox have cooked up a rare alchemy. A More Kicks song can touch on classic 60s garage, 70s NYC rock and roll, jagged 90s guitar pop – all wrapped in a razor sharp bundle. A glance backwards and a decisive step forwards. FFO: Buzzcocks, Kinks, Exploding Hearts, Guided By Voices, The Replacements “When the world collapsed in 2020, I realised more than ever how much I rely on music and More Kicks,” says Sulli. “This album became a total obsession and a lifeline. Stuck in one place, the songs all came from heartbreak, frustration, anger, hope. It feels like a unique set of circumstances that produced this record and I’m really proud of what we’ve done.” (Dirtnap Records/Stardumb Records)
  • Long overdue reissue for the debut album by the french melodic hardcore punkers Burning Heads originally released in 1992 with a three decades career, tens of full lenght albums on labels like epitaph and victory. Burning Heads are an institution in the punk rock scene worldwide. Limited ‘hey suburbia’ variant complete with double-sided insert and color vinyl. (Hey Suburbia Records)
  • Although they existed for only a year, the Highspeed V made enough of a mark on Stockholm’s pioneering neo-garage scene for their name and music to live on several decades later. Along with the Livingstones and the Wylde Mammoths the Highspeed V were a local ‘second wave’ outfit, forming in the Spring 1986 as a combination of experienced players and newcomers to the garage punk circuit. Bass-player/vocalist Jens Lindberg and harmonica cat Henrik Orrje both came from the notorious Crimson Shadows, a first-wave group whose story and recordings can be found on a recent Groovie Records sampler. ‘Crimson’ (as they were known locally) folded in March ’86 after two outstanding 45s and a series of alcohol-fuelled concerts, the last of which ended with a band member getting beaten up by the police. To us young fans, Crimson’s falling apart seemed a serious blow to the whole scene, but we were happy to soon learn otherwise. During the preceding year the Stockholm underground had spawned numerous young moptops who lived by Pebbles anthems and Back From The Grave 3-chord grunge, and who patterned their look on Sunset Strip ’66 rather than the familiar British mod style. In such a thriving milieu the split-up of the great Crimson Shadows became a mere bump in the road, as new bands and new horizons emerged. This LP brings all the HIGHSPEED V recordings along with some unreleased demos. A insert with rare photos, full story of Stockolm neo-garage scene and family tree by Patrick Lundborg, Author of The Acid Archives and Psychedelia books. Limited to 500 copies Insert with "story, photos and a family tree with the Stockholm neo-garage scene!" A1, A2 originally released by Super Stuff Records, 7" Super 001, 1986 A3 to A6 originally released on "Get High With The Highspeed V EP", Mystery Scene Records, 66.11926 7", 1987 B1, B2 originally released by Rave On Records, RO.002.1190 7", 1990 B3, B4 originally released on "Raw Cuts Volume Five Swedish Beat Two" - LP, Satellite, RAW 5, 1987 B4, B5 originally released on "Weird Out!" - LP, Misty Lane, MISTY 018, 1993 (Groovie Records – GROO043LP)
  • Recorded live at The Stone, San Francisco, California on the 13th of May 1980. One of the final shows with Bryan Gregory. Green Vinyl. Tracklist A1 Human Fly A2 Domino A3 Caveman A4 Goo Goo Muck A5 The Way I Walk A6 Zombie Dance A7 What's Behind The Mask A8 Strychnine B1 Garbageman B2 I Was A Teenage Werewolf B3 Sunglasses After Dark B4 I'm Cramped B5 Mystery Plane B6 TV Set B7 Tear It Up (Cramped/Unofficial Release)
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    One of the coolest and best bands to ever emerge out of the Rock n Roll sleaze pit of Los Angeles, The Joneses were the epitome of trashy rock ‘n’ roll. A mix of the New York Dolls, Ramones and Eddie Cochran – commonly referred to as ‘too glam for punk and too punk for rock”. Their music is pure punk fueled rock ‘n’ roll aggression, loaded with ‘50s style melodies but brandishing a hard ‘80s Los Angeles aggressive edge. The second volume in the PNV Joneses reissue series compiles their tracks from the infamous “Hell Comes To Your House Part II” comp (1983) plus their sleaze soaked rock n roll debut LP ‘Keeping Up With The Joneses’ (1986) along with other rare tracks. (Puke N Vomit Records)
  • Live at Richards, Atlanta, Georgia, October 1973. Mick Rock: photography. Marc Z: executive producer. "The restored live recordings of the band's 1973 Atlanta performance which, aside from showcasing Iggy´s bellicose stage presence and his desire to stick things into other people's asses, boasts superb piano and bass presence. It also demonstrates the band's great contradiction?how it sounded great even at the height of dysfunction. This is the real thing. On Skydog Records, Marc Zermati´s very last wish." Tracklist A1 Raw Power 6:08 A2 Head On 9:14 A3 Gimme Danger 7:58 B1 Search & Destroy 7:25 B2 I Need Somebody 6:16 B3 Heavy Liquid 7:49 B4 Cock In My Pocket 3:54 (Skydog International – SK 2021-1)
  • pecial Japanese Collection of Hits from the 1990's All-girl Punk Band, Including their Covers of the Go Go's "we Got the Beat", "Theme to Peter Gunn", a Tribute to the Ramones and Seven More. Tracklist A1 Horror Rocker A2 Isstusho Ni Itai A3 Boom Boom Girl A4 Kiteyo Ramones A5 Soratobu Joe Joe B1 Jet Coaster B2 Nijiiro No Kyouryou B3 Peter Gun B4 I Wanna Be Your Girl Friend B5 We Got The Beat - Shakin`all Over (Fan Club)
  • Ninth installment already of our Vintage Series, this time dedicated to The Business. We turn our attention to the first formation of the band, including all their studio recordings conducted during 1980 and 1981. The Business were formed during this period by the ubiquitous Micky Fitz on vocals, Steve Kent on guitar, Martin Smith on bass and Nick Cunningham on drums; the most surprising aspect of this period is the contrast between the usual street-punk sound of some songs as "Suburban Rebels", "No Emotions" or "Richard Lewis" and the much more pop-oriented tunes like the magnificent "Out in the Cold" or "Streets Where you Live" that fall closer to the sound of mod revival bands than other punkoi! bands of the time. On A side you will find the 7 tracks that were officially published (on singles and compilation LPs) while the flip side features the band´s demo recordings. This release features an inner sleeve with information about all the recording sessions compiled on this album and also previously unseen graphic material. TRACKLIST A1 - Out In The Cold A2 - Streets Where You Live A3 - Harry May A4 - National Insurance Blacklist A5 - Suburban Rebels A6 - Product A7 - Step Into Christmas B1 - Strangers (Demo) B2 - Unevenly Pretty (Demo) B3 - Out In The Cold (Demo) B4 - 19 (Demo) B5 - No Emotions (Demo) B6 - Dayo (Demo) B7 - Richard Lewis (Demo) (Daily Records)
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    "Smart Alex," originally released in 1985, is just as great as their first two albums; this time out they took some chances and slowed things down at times, giving the album a cool ominous tone, creating a fantastic slice of darkness tinged punk with doses of pop and new wave without compromising anything that made them the great punk band that they had become. Just check out tracks like "California or "Jellybaby" to see how a band can progress and evolve without losing site of everything they were and could be. (Puke N Vomit Records)
  • The first US release of the Partisans 2nd album. Originally released in 1984 on Cloak & Dagger Records. The Time Was Right starts off with a bang-"I Never Needed You," one of the best Punk songs ever written, begs the listener to shout along with the chorus. The album features other indispensable Punk classics like the magnanimous "The Money Rolls In" and the equally impressive "Blind Ambition," which are both teeming with emotion and pleading vocals. Off the live side, some highlights are the entreating "17 Years," "Arms Race," with its Cold War commentary, and "Overdose," with its memorable bass/drum intro and infectious beat. (Puke N Vomit Records)
  • Cult Swedish death metal band Sacrilege were only around long enough to produce two albums but nevertheless they made quite a name for themselves in the 90's and their records soon became sought after metal classics. The bands two albums "Lost In The Beauty You Slay" 1996, and The Fifth Season" 1997, have now been made available again through Dissonance Productions. This Limited Edition release includes both albums rolled into one package. (Dissonance Productions)
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    Four losers make good after multiple stints in the septic tank that is modern U.S. punk/hardcore. Members of Ceremony, Look Back and Laugh, Punch, Talk is Poison, Skin Like Iron, Loma Prieta, Rely, Dead and Gone, California Love, etc. Nods to early North American primitive hardcore and UK punk stone carvings. Oakland. (Deathwish Records)
  • "Pandemonic Incantations" is the third studio album by Polish extreme metal band Behemoth, originally released in 1998. 1998 was an extremely important year the history of Behemoth. Inferno joined the band as a full-time drummer, bringing a whole new power and fury to the music with his incredible skills, while main man Nergal’s songwriting began the change from black metal to death metal while still combining elements of both. All of it coalesced into one foul monster of an album, PANDEMONIC INCANTATIONS. MARKETING & PROMOTION / SELLING POINTS • "Pandemonic Incantations" is the third studio album by Polish extreme metal band Behemoth, originally released in 1998. • 1998 was the year Inferno joined the band as a full-time drummer, bringing a whole new power and fury to the music. • Nergal’s songwriting began the change from black metal to death metal while still combining elements of both, all of it coalesced into one foul monster of an album. • For fans of Belphegor, Vader Deicide and Morbid Angel. (Back on Black Records)
  • MACHETAZO | ruin | CD

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    If you ask MACHETAZO's drummer and longtime spokesman Dopi about how he feels about the band's new album 'Ruin' - and first proper full-lenght since 2008's 'Mundo Cripta' - he'll tell you that he sees it as a new phase for us as I think we've finally found our own sound and style. It's a dark, negative and hermetic album that reflects perfectly the attitude of the people involved. One could say that nothing was done that differently this time around though: the recording took place in the band's hometown, A Coruña in Galicia, at local studio called the Treboada Studio where they have been doing stuffs with Paco 'The Maggot' Liaño engineering since 1998. And to once again get the most spontaneous and energetic sound possible, they voluntary recorded the whole thing in only 18 (!) hours, yet after six months of intense rehearsals in order to be fully ready when it was time to commit the whole thing to tape. And it bloody shows. 'Ruin' may sometimes dwell in surprising yet suffocating doom-as-fuck territories that will have old-school death-metal freaks in its dirtiest form possible shit their pants ("Tanatorio" or the eight-minutes plus drone and tortured pulse of "Ruinas") but at the end of the day, this is, guess what, another pure fucking old-school grindcore masterpiece. No need to remind you the band's influences, you know them and they proudly wear them on their sleeves anyway. No, all you need to know that in a world where even extreme music is being sterilized, their fifth full-length doesn't show any sign of them slowing down. As a matter of fact, co-released on LP by DOOMENTIA and PARASITIC and on CD (and limited digipack) by DOOMENTIA this April, perfectly illustrated by Timo Ketola stark black and white artwork, one could simply say that 'Ruin' is the real fucking deal. And so are MACHETAZO. Always been, always will be. (Doomentia Records)
  • Picnic - A Breath of Fresh Air is a sampler issued originally by the Harvest Records label, originally released in 1970 and is remarkable for including the full-length version of the unreleased Pink Floyd song, "Embryo". Limited Edition of 500 on Silver Vinyl. Tracklist: Side A 1 Grass - THE PRETTY THINGS 2 Octopus - SYD BARRETT 3 Rainmaker - MICHAEL CHAPMAN 4 Breathe - ROGER WATERS 5 Druid One - THIRD EAR BAND 6 Careful with that Axe, Eugene - PINK FLOYD Side B 1 Soulful Lady - MICHAEL CHAPMAN 2 Lady Rachel - KEVIN AYERS 3 October 26 - THE PRETTY THINGS 4 Embryo - PINK FLOYD 5 Baby Lemonade - SYD BARRETT 6 Song from the bottom of the Well - KEVIN AYERS (Future Shock – F4476)
  • Survival Research present a reissue of Chico Magnetic Band's self-titled album, originally released in 1971. Lyon-based freakers Chico Magnetic Band began as Chico & the Slow Death, its front man a wild Tunisian-born singer otherwise known as Mahmoud Ayari, with drummer Patrick Garel, bassist Alain Mazet, and guitarist Bernard Lloret, later replaced by Bernard Monneri. Conjuring a dark, excessive sound with unfettered guitar, pummeling drum rolls and Ayari growling and grumbling over the top, this sole LP is culled from different permutating sessions, with plenty of audio freakery and extreme effects from Jean-Pierre Massiera; Hendrix cover "Cross Town Traffic" is rendered with love, despite Ayari's hefty accent. (Survival Research – SVVRCH030)
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    The journey of Latin American artists from the 60’s and 70’s with a Jamaican style has a new stop: Latinameriska's fourth volume. And even though it may sound like a cliché we have to say this is the best installment of the series without a doubt. Here's why? Because you'll get to learn about unknown bands (from out of the Jamaican scene like "Los Creyentes de BC" or studio ones like "The Stars"), get almost impossible to find tunes ("Rosario" or "Los Costeños") or listen to covers as good as the original (hurray for "Los Robbin’s”!!!), or with sounds that enrich the cover (those amazing Calypso touches of René Santos or the cumbia flavour of Carmen Rivero). We have realized the richness of "Latin Jamaica" has no limits, and from north to south and east to west our treasure chest keeps growing with gems of all kind. This precious stones are all different and all highly valuable: from Jamaican Beat to Early Reggae or Calypso, with covers that range not only from Jamaican scene classics to Jazz and Soul. With such good raw materials and our culinary expertise it was impossible not to cook a delicatessen to be consumed with the ears. And once again we have a ghost track at the end: from Panamá this time, and giving an Antillean flavor to another Jamaican classic. Enjoy this new installment and be calm, it won't be the last one!!! Tracklist Side A 1. 'Doble Barril' - Rosario (Mexico) 2. 'Susana, Cuídate Del Diablo' - The Stars (Argentina) 3. 'El Enterrador' - Los Robbin's (Honduras) 4. 'Malinda' - Hugo Blanco, Su Arpa Viajera Y Su Conjunto 5. 'Sabor A Miel' - Julián Ber't (Mexico) 6. 'Jamaica Ska' - Carmen Rivero Y Su Conjunto (Mexico) 7. 'Mi Mujer Me Domina' - René Santos Y Sus Estrellas (Panama) Side B 1. ’Liquidator' - Roberto Delgado And His Orchestra (Argentina) 2. 'No, No, Nola' - Ely Combo (Mexico) 3. 'Como Me Gustas' - Las Cuatro Monedas (Venezuela) 4. 'Zoila' - Los Costeсos (Honduras) 5. 'No Insistas Más' - Los Yorsy's (Mexico) 6. 'Un Poco De Amor, Un Poco De Paz' - Los Creyentes De B.C. (Mexico) 7. 'O Mundo É Um Conflito' - As Exorcistas (Brasil) (Gran Quilombo Discos)
  • Following the breakup of Cream, lyricist / vocalist Pete Brown formed his Battered Ornaments with guitarist Chris Spedding, drummer Rob Tait, bassist Butch Potter, percussionist Pete Bailey and saxophonist Nisar Ahmed Khan, but during the recording of sophomore album Mantle Piece, Brown fell out with Spedding, resulting in his departure. The resultant spacey venture has jazz and blues shades, riding the sonic waves under Spedding’s direction, with Khan’s sax and Potter’s bass fitting foils to Spedding’s guitar and keyboards. This is another great piece of the Spedding puzzle, with pleasantly meandering interludes. (Survival Research – SVVRCH060)
  • Before there was War there was Señor Soul, which saxophonist/flutist Charles Miller formed in Long Beach, California; he played on Brenton Wood sessions for Double Shot, who released their loose interpretation of Miriam Makeba’s ‘Pata Pata,’ the hit that led to this blinding debut LP. Blending funk, Latin jazz and psychedelic soul, the group makes a range of material their own, led by Miller and vibraphonist Edwin Stevenson; everything from Heard It Through The Grapevine to Psychotic Reaction gets the Señor Soul treatment, rendered with equal doses of sensitivity, humour and funky flavour. Long before Miller recruited members of Nightshift to morph Señor Soul into War, this top-notch debut is a stone-cold winner from first note to last, a must-have for all funk and Latin jazz aficionados. (Survival Research ‎– SVVRCH032 )
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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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