Saturday, December 3, 2011

3rd of December Update

3rd Of December 2011 Update of New and Key Restocked Items
at Redscroll Records

The extra Black Friday RSD titles we could pick up are listed.  This doesn't include the title we still have left from last week's update.  We also have one Type O Negative box set which we are selling at $30 below the original price because it has a dented corner (come look and decide for yourself - I don't think it's that bad).  Only one review this week because, well, most of us have been happily busy with store business.

LPs & 12"s
311..    "Grassroots (1st Time On Vinyl)"
Black Keys, The    "El Camino (+ CD + Giant Poster)" (We're actually out of this already and will have it back midweek next.)
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club    "BABY81 (Deluxe Ed.)"
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club    "American X: The Baby 81 Sessions"
Bunwinkies    "Map Of Our New Constellations"
Burial Hex (BRLHX)    "Book Of Delusions"
Burzum    "Fallen"
Bush, Kate    "50 Words For Snow (180 Gram 2LP + CD + 20 Page Booklet)"
Candlemass    "Nightfall (Ltd. Ed. 180 Gram)"
Carolee    "EP1"
Cliff, Jimmy "Sacred Fire" (Black Friday RSD)
Cure, The    "Early BBC Sessions 1979-1985"
DarkThrone    "Goatlord"
Death In June    "Nada Plus! (Picture Disc + Post Card 30th Anniversary Ed.)" (We also got the blue vinyl Special Ed. back in.)
Delfonics, The    "La La Means I Love You"
Depeche Mode    "Violator Live (World Violation Tour August 4, 1990 Dodger Stadium; 3xLP)"
Descendents    "ALL"
Dessert Sessions    "Resurrection (2xLP)"
Grateful Dead "Europe 72 (Set)" (Black Friday RSD)
His Electro Blue Voice    "Dead Sons"
Hubble    "Hubble Drums (150 Gram + D/L)"
Jane's Addiction    "The Great Escape Artist (+ D/L)"
Kirby, Leyland    "Intrigue & Stuff 3"
Lady Gaga    "Born This Way: The Remix (15 Track Collection)"
Louvin Brothers, The    "Handpicked Songs 1955-1962 (180 Gram)"
Mars    "Live At Artists Space"
McCombs, Cass    "Humor Risk (180 Gram + D/L)"
Misfits "Devil's Rain" (Black Friday RSD)
Misfits    "Beyond Evil (Unofficial)"
Various Artists    "Mungo's HiFi: Sound System Champions (Top Cat, Ranking Joe, Tippa Irie, Soom T,…)"
Porcupine Tree    "Voyage 34"
Pwin Teaks (PWIN ΔΔ TEAKS)    "AOXOMOXOA (A Cosmotropia De Xam Production)"
Queens Of The Stone Age    "Drunken In Stonehenge: Malmo, Sweden, December 4, 2000 (Picture Disc)"
Saves The Day    "Stay What You Are (Ltd. Ed. Color Vinyl)"
Smashing Pumpkins    "Siamese Dream (2011 Reissue With Metallic Cover Art)"
Soft Moon, The    "Total Decay"
Taj-Mahal Travellers, The    "July 15, 1972 (Recorded Live At Sohgetsu Hall, Tokyo)"
Throbbing Gristle    "Greatest Hits"
Type O Negative    "Dead Again (Ltd. Ed. Box Set 2LP + DVD + D/L + T-Shirt)"
Various Artists    "Pebbles : Original Artyfacts From The First Punk Era Volume One (2011 Reissue)"
Various Artists    "Pebbles : Original Artyfacts From The First Punk Era Volume Two (2011 Reissue)"
Various Artists    "Bossa Jazz Vol. 2: The Birth Of Hard Bossa, Samba Jazz And The Evolution Of Brazilian Fusion 962-73 "
Various Artists    "Bossa Jazz Vol. 1: The Birth Of Hard Bossa, Samba Jazz And The Evolution Of Brazilian Fusion 962-73 "
Various Artists    "Traveling Through The Jungle: Negro Fife And Drum Band Music From The Deep South"
Various Artists    "Eccentric Soul: The Nickel & Penny Labels (Gatefold 2LP)"
Various Artists (Jones, R)    "Fingerbobs: Original Television Music"
Von Haze    "Von Haze"
Warsaw (Joy Division)    "Reaction (Live At Rock Garden, Middlesbrough, UK 14.9.1977 & Rehearsal At Moss Road 1977) (Ltd. Import)"
Waters, Muddy    "After The Rain"
Watson, Chris    "El Tren Fantasma: The Signal Man's Mix"

Electronic LPs & 12"s
A Made Up Sound    "Take The Plunge"
Al Tourettes    "Swan Sketch EP"
Andrews, Guy    "Shades / Textures"
Author    "Author (2LP)"
B.D.I.    "Decoded Messages Of Life & Love / New Robotics #17"
Ben Sun    "Path Of Non-Attachment"
Burial / Four Tet      "Moth" (Latest Pressing - still very limited.)
Cooly G    "Landscapes (Feat. Simbad) / It's Serious (Feat. Karizma)"
Cowley, Abraham    "A Step Goodbye"
DMX Krew    "Cosmic Awakening EP"
Doubleheart    "Salsa Apocalypso"
DSCRD    "Discordance EP"
Echelon Plan, The    "Black Dots In An Ocean Of White."
Flug 8    "Liebeslied"
Garcia, Simon    "Tears In Vain"
Gold Panda    "An Iceberg Hurled Northward Through Clouds"
Gold Panda    "DJ-Kicks"
GoldFFinch    "Red Mask"
Karenn    "Sheworks001"
Kingdom    "Dreama"
Latecomer    "A Cosmic Cart"
Lazer Sword    "Sounds Sane / Klock (10")"
Lenz, Adrian / Sandman    "Cover Me (Ol Oil' Riddim) / No Prisoners"
Mangeblanc    "Tom-Tit Edits: On Our Way To?/Vishnu (10")"
Mr Oizo    "Stade 2"
Ohara, Raz    "See It Coming"
Persian    "Existence Is Resistance (Ltd. Ed.)"
Raiders Of The Lost ARP    "Battlestar EP"
Raime    "Hennail"
Rrose    "Merchant Of Salt"
Scuba    "DJ-Kicks"
Sepalcure    "Sepalcure"
Splits & Slits    "Hammering EP"
Stagga    "Wild For The Night"
Tofu Productions    "Trabalhador / E Quake / Amega Furu / The Scream"
Tycho    "Dive (2LP)"
Various Artists    "Abstract Forms: Combined EP V2.0 (/250)"
Various Artists    "KANN RSD: Record Store Day 05/11/2011 (Sun Glitters, Bender & Sevensol)"
Wareika    "Floors"
Zomby    "Nothing (+ D/L)"

Hip-Hop 12"s & LPs
A Tribe Called Quest    "People's Instinctive Travels And The Paths Of Rhythm"
Black Milk & Danny Brown    "Black And Brown! (+ D/L)"
Count Bass D    "Act Your Waist Size (Reduced Price)"
Gorillaz    "The Singles Collection 2001-2011 (Ltd. Ed. 2LP)"
J-Live    "Always Will Be: Recorded 2003 (Reduced Price)"
Morris, Kendra (W/ DJ Premier)    "Concrete Waves (Official Serato Control Vinyl)"
Ol' Dirty Bastard    "Return To The 36 Chambers: The Dirty Version (2xLP Deluxe Set)"
P.O.S.    "Audition (Reduced Price)"
Various Artists    "Nirobi Edits"

Young Governor    "Where Its Quiet"
Front Bottoms, The    "Slow Dance To Soft Rock / Grip N Tie (Gatefold 2x10")"

All That Remains / Jasta (Black Friday RSD)
Beatles "Singles (Box)" (Black Friday RSD)
Black Face "I Want To Kill"
Dive "Sometime"
Dylan, Bob "Can You Please (Box)" (Black Friday RSD)
Eddy Detroit Meets Sun City Girls
Fear "Have Yourself A Merry Christmas" (Black Friday RSD)
Joy Division "An Ideal For Living" (Unofficial Reissue)
Mascis, J (Dino Jr.) "
Pee Pee Dyna "A Groovy Christmas & New Year"
Pink Floyd "Wall Singles (Box)" (Black Friday RSD)
Ramones "Do U Wanna Dance"
Rolling Stones "No Spare Parts"
Trash Talk "Awake" (Restocked!)
Wye Oak "Strangers"

1349 "Hellfire"
Black Keys "El Camino"
Blake, James "Enough Thunder"
Boris "New Album"
Fennesz / Sakamoto "Flumina (2CD)"
SunnO)) "00 Void"
Umberto "Prophecy..."
Various Artists "Rangarang"

Cassette Tapes
Andrew Jackson Jihad / O Pioneers!!!
FWY! "CA 80's-90's" (C72)
Horrid Red "Celestial Joy" (C30)
Prurient "Time's Arrow"
Rose Croix (C31)
Sylvester Anfang II "Levend Op De Brandstapel & De Braderie" (C50)
Wormsblood "Black & White Art For Man & Beast" (C44)

Rice, Boyd "Twilight Man" (Preface By Nina Antonia)

The Body and Braveyoung Nothing Passes CD
(At A Loss)
The Body’s style is “blackened/noise/doom,” while Braveyoung plays orchestral drone-rock: both collaborated to create this record. The result sounds like a cinematic anthem for the end of the world. Warbling feedback, eerily mellow ambience and long, drawn-out guitar sprawl sound like a harsh sunset radiating the silhouette of a ravaged metropolis. The uncompromising drum patterns in “Song 2” sound a marching squad unfazed by the destruction. Most unexpected is the juxtaposition of gentler sounds, most notably a xylophone, against the wall of tumult. This is the most fascinating in the title track, where the instrument’s lullaby sounds strangely calm and innocent against the acrid noise sizzle, eventually fading into orchestral ambience. The album closes with a cover of Exuma’s “The Vision;” an easily accessible acoustic/choral piece with soothing-yet-poignant vocals from Chrissy Wolpert of the Assembly of Light Choir (the droning guitar sticks around throughout, though.) Although a departure musically (except for the background drone,) it fits well because the lyrics give an appropriately apocalyptic farewell.
[Reviewer: Mark]

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