Saturday, March 9, 2013

9th Of March 2013 Update

9th Of March 2013 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Reviews
at Redscroll Records


LPs & 12"s
A Winged Victory For The Sullen    "A Winged Victory For The Sullen"
Apollo Brown    "Clouds"
Belong    "Common Era"
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club    "Baby 81"
Black Sabbath    "Paranoid" (180 Gram Reissue)
Black Task    "Blacktask EP"
Blanche Blanche Blanche    "Wooden Ball"
Boy    "Mutual Friends"
Brown, Kev    "Songs Without Words Volume 1"
Bury Me Standing / Madeline Ferguson    "Bury Me Standing / Madeline Ferguson Split"
Calabrese    "The Traveling Vampire Show"
Carry On    "A Life Less Plagued"
Child, Anthony    “The Space Between People And Things"
Cinema Eye, The    "The Cinema Eye"
Cinema Eye, The    "A Complete Arsenal"
Civil Wars, The    "Unplugged On VH1"
Cliff, Jimmy    "Rebirth"
Coltrane, John & Cecil Taylor    "Coltrane Time"
Crystal Castles    "Crystal Castles (II)"
Dead C, The Vs Rangda    "The Dead C Vs Rangda"
Dead Moon    "Strange Pray Tell" (Mono)
Dead Moon    "Stranded In The Mystery Zone" (Mono)
Del Cielo    "Wish And Wait"
Dinosaur Jr.    "Beyond" (LP + 7" + D/L)
Dump (James McNew Of Yo La Tengo)    "Superpowerless" (2LP Gatefold)
Endless Boogie    "Full House Head"
Enslaved    "Riitiir" (2LP, Color Vinyl)
Explosions In The Sky    "The Earth Is Not A Cold Dead Place"
Gentlemen And Their Ladies    "Party Time" (Reissue)
Gina X Performance    "Nice Mover" (1978 Electro Reissue)
Goldsmith, Jerry    "Poltergeist" (2LP Gatefold 180 Gram Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Gray Ghost    "Deep In The Shallow End"
Helmet    "Betty" (180 Gram Ltd. Ed. Coloured Vinyl)
Hemphill, Sid    "The Devil's Dream: Alan Lomax's 1942 Library Of Congress Recordings"
Herbcraft    "The Astral Body Electric"
Hoax    "Collected"
Hold Steady, The    "Stay Positive" (2LP Gatefold)
Holokaust    "Into The Void Of Oblivion"
Index For Potential Suicide    "The Newest Youth Rebellion"
Indian Summer    "Hidden Arithmethic"
K-Def    "One Man Band"
K-Holes    "Dismania" (+ D/L)
Kuti, Fela Ransome & The Koola Lobitos    "Recorded Live In 1966 At The Afro Spot In Lagos" (B187)
KVB, The    "Immaterial Visions"
Kyuss    "Wretch"
Lady Lamb The Beekeeper     "Ripely Pine" (+ D/L)
Litany For The Whale    "Dolores"
Mansell, Clint    "Stoker - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack" (+ D/L)
Mathematiques Modernes    "Les Visiteurs Du Soir" (1981 French New Wave Reissue)
Max Rebo Kids    "Ciphers"
Minus The Bear    "Menos El Oso"
Modern Baseball    "Sports" (Ltd. Ed. Color Vinyl)
Mono    "You Are There"
Nas    "Illmatic (Deluxe)" (+ Double Sided Poster With Full Lyrics + Reproduction Double Sided Biography Sheet And Two Reproduction 8"x10" Promo Shots)
Nico    "Desertshore" (180 Gram)
Nico    "Reiims Cathedral December 13th, 1974"
Nurt    "Nurt" (Remastered Polish Prog Rock From 1972 Ltd. Ed. /500 + D/L)
Off With Their Heads    "Home" (+ CD)
Otis, Shuggie    "Inspiration Information" (180 Gram)
Parker, Charlie    "Bird On 52nd Street" (Reissue)
Phillips, Esther    "Alone Again, Naturally" (Reissue)
Pop, Iggy    "The Idiot" (180 Gram)
Pretty Girls Make Graves    "Pretty Girls Make Graves"
Rats Into Robots    "A Column Of Smoke By Day, A Pillar Of Fire By Night"
Run For Your Fucking Life    "Run For Your Fucking Life"
Shout Out Louds    "Optica"
Skull Skull    "Viet Calm"
Sound City    "Real To Reel" (2LP, 180 Gram, + D/L)
Spazz    "Dwarf Jester Rising"
Spires    "Flowers & Fireworks"
St. Hood    "For The Dead"
Television    "Recorded Live At The Old Waldorf In San Francisco, 29th June, 1978" (B190)
Tigers Jaw    "Belongs To The Dead"
Trigger Effect    "Vsitis Maximus"
Upsetter, The Mighty (The Upsetters)    "Kung Fu Meets The Dragon" (180 Gram 2LP Gatefold Expanded Edition)
Various    "Eccentric Soul: The Dynamic Label" (NUMERO 043 2LP Gatefold)
Various    "The Devil Is Busy In Knoxville"
Volcano Choir    "Unmap" (+ D/L)
Volume Eleven    "Kotadelic Cytex"
Waxahatchee    "Cerulean Salt"
Woolen Men, The    "The Woolen Men" (+ D/L)
Wright, Winston    "The Liquidator Strikes Back" (Reggae Dub)
Yellow Swans    "Going Places" (No CD Repress)
Youth Lagoon    "Wondroud Bughouse"
Zooparty    "You Are Here"

Electronic LPs & 12"s
Actress    "Silver Cloud"
Deadbeat    "The Infinity Dubs Vol 1"
Dear, Matthew    "Beams" (2LP, + D/L)
Dinky    "Take Me / Polvo"
Dixon, Terrence    "From The Far Future Pt. 2" (2LP)
Dumont, Duke    "For Club Play Only (Part 1)"
Ernestus, Mark Presents Jeri-Jeri    "Casamance / Sama Yaye"
FeroX    "Gargoyles EP" (Red)
Fort Romeau    "SW9"
Gesaffelstein    "Conspiracy Pt. II"
Gesaffelstein    "Conspiracy Remixes"
Hood, Robert    "Drive (The Age Of Automation)"
Kavinsky    "Outrun" (13 Tracks, Exclusive Images)
Polysick    "Daydream"
Ruff Sqwad    "RSMD"
SP:MC    "Trust Nobody / Future (Feat. Joker D)"
Surahn    "Watching The World"
Trago, Tom    "Use Me Again (And Again)"
Voigt & Voigt    "Die Zauberhafte Welt Der Anderen" (2LP + CD)
XX, The    "Chained (John Talabot & Pional Blinded Remix) / Fiction (Pearson Sound Remix)"
Zenker Brothers    "Lion In Mars"

Boykins III, Jesse MeLo-X    "The Perfect Blues" (Jacques Greene Remix / Machinedrum Remix)
Orchid    "Dance Tonight! Revolution Tomorrow!"

Effluxus    "Devoid EP"
Guided By Voices    "Islands"
Heratys    "Naen Punaista"
Hoax    "Caged"
Nomads / Treacherouskin    "Violent Fucking World"
Peeple Watchin'    "Peeple Watchin'"
Sic Alps    "Breadhead"

Cave, Nick & The Bad Seeds    "Push The Sky Away"
Draft, The    "In A Millioin Pieces"
Enslaved    "Riitiir" (2CD)
Foals    "Holy Fire"
Magic Circle    "Magic Circle"
Sound City    "Real To Reel"
Wraetlic    "Alex Smoke Presents Wraetlic"

Cassette Tapes
Bad Brains    "Bad Brains"
Blind Justice    "Demo"
Rival Mob, The    "Mob Justice"
Whirr    "Pipe Dreams"

Sound City - A Film By Dave Grohl About America's Greatest Unsung Music Studio (+ 44 1/2 Minutes Of Bonus Material)


Atoms For Peace Amok

Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke formed the Los Angeles supergroup Atoms For Peace back in late 2009. He sings and plays both guitar and piano: the other members include Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Flea on bass, Radiohead producer Nigel Goodrich on synths and keyboards, Beck and R.E.M.’s Joey Waronker on drums and Brazilian Mauro Refosco on percussion. The group’s February 25 debut album Amok sounds more accessible than Yorke’s 2006 solo effort The Eraser: the intricately clicking, minimalist electronic arrangements are most reminiscent of that album’s singles  “Analyse” and “Harrowdown Hill.” Flea’s bass weaves surprisingly smoothly in the mix, sounding funky in a way that’s way more intricate than screamingly colorful. My favorite tracks include the darkly minimalist computer-blip-into-sunset-swell “Default” and the haunting, kinetic “Judge, Jury and Executioner.” More highlights for me include the lively electronic rainforest atmosphere of “Ingenue” and the juxtaposition of energetic percussion atop the stark funereal synth of “Unless.” Overall, this album is a promising sign for things to come from this project: experimental electronic rock that’s easy to get hooked on.
[Reviewer: Mark] [Note: We're currently out of stock of the LPs, but expect to have some in mid-week.]

The Manic Low Songs For An Up Day

(Moonlight Graham)
This is certainly an unexpected project from Jack Grisham, who’s best known as a punk vocalist (T.S.O.L., The Joykiller, etc.) Here, he’s impressively skilled at nailing what reminds me of an 80s/90s pop-rock sound, conjuring memories of acts like The Romantics, Counting Crows and Barenaked Ladies. Grisham’s upbeat, well-rounded tunes use layers such as an acoustic guitar, organ and horns to make them even more memorable. The primary theme throughout is love and relationships, with my favorites including the twangy “Good Girls Come Home,” which uses some speedy vocals that reminded me of Red Hot Chili Peppers, as well as the flying “Let Me Come Up,” exploring a relationship in which both he and she are “crazy,” but she wants babies and he wants love. An album this lively sounding should appeal to a large audience.
[Reviewer: Mark]

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