Friday, July 27, 2012

27th Of July 2012 Update

27th Of July 2012 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Reviews
at Redscroll Records

LPs & 12"s
Beach Boys, The    "That's Why God Made The Radio"
Beatles, The    "Help!" (Fan Club Edition, Italian Cover)
Blur    "Parklife" (Fan Club)
Blur    "Leisure" (180 Gram, +D/L)
Blur    "The Great Escape" (2LP, 180 Gram, +D/L)
Blur    "Think Tank" (2LP, 180 Gram, +D/L)
Blur    "Parklife" (2LP, 180 Gram, +D/L)
Blur    "Modern Life Is Rubbish" (2LP, 180 Gram, +D/L)
Blur    "Blur" (2LP, 180 Gram, +D/L)
Blur    "13" (2LP, 180 Gram, +D/L)
Bukowski, Charles    "Reads His Poetry" (Live 1972)
Family Band    "Grace & Lies"
Far Out        "Nihonjin" (180 Gram, Gatefold)
Foxygen        "Take The Kids Off Broadway" (+D/L)
Gas Chamber    "Gas Chamber"
Kadavar        "Kadavar"
Mission Of Burma    "Unsound"
Monster Magnet        "Superjudge" (2LP, Gatefold)
Monster Magnet        "Dopes To Infinity" (2LP, Gatefold)
Nachtmystium        "Silencing Machine" (Gatefold)
Nirvana    "Smells Like… Cover Versions!" (Fan Club)
Pink Floyd    "How Shall We Sing In A Foreign Land?: Southampton 1972" (Fan Club)
Pink Floyd    "Ummagumma Live Outtakes" (Fan Club)
Potty Mouth    "Sun Damage"
Rolling Stones, The    "Play Chuck Berry" (Fan Club)
Rolling Stones, The    "From Hillside To Woodstock" (Fan Club)
Saddest Landscape, The    "You Will Not Survive This"
Slaves, The    "Spirits Of The Sun"
Slug Guts    "Playin' In Time With The Deadbeat" (+D/L)
Three Mile Pilot    "Maps" (/1000, +D/L)
Undergand    "The Mother Of Armageddon"
Used, The    "In Love And Death"
Verse    "Bitter Clarity, Uncommon Grace"
Waits, Tom    "Bone Machine" (Fan Club)
Waits, Tom    "Rain Dogs" (Fan Club)
Wild Belle    "Keep You"
Woods, Peter J.        "Songs For Nothing"
Zebras / E=MC Hammer    "Parasitic Clones Under The Strong Arm Of The Robotic Machine"

Hip-Hop 12"s & LPs
Aesop Rock    "Skelethon" (2LP, Gatefold)

Electronic 12"s & LPs
Blunt, Dean & Inga Copeland (Hype Williams)    "Black Is Beautiful"
Bronze Age    "Antiquated Futurism"
Christian Cosmos    "Enthronement By God As The First-Born Of The Dead"
Cinematic Orchestra, The    "In Motion #1" (Dorian Concept, Tom Chant, Grey Reverend, Austin Peralta) (2LP, Gatefold)
Cooly G    "Playin' Me" (2LP)
Huckaby, Mike    "The Tresor EP"
J:Kenzo    "Invaderz"
Lego Feet    "Lego Feet" (2LP)
Team Doyobi    "Digital Music 1"

A Great Big Pile Of Leaves    "Vol. 3 Of The Making Moves Series"
Anasazi    "I Saw The Witch Cry"
Bad Advice    "Do Not Resuscitate"
Big Kids / Koalacaust    "Big Kids / Koalacaust"
Drug Church    "Drug Church"
End Of A Year / Red Tape Parade    "End Of A Year / Red Tape Parade"
End Of A Year / Three Fifteen    "End Of A Year / Three Fifteen Split"
Genders    "Genders"
Hounds Of Hate    "No Redemption"
Joyce Manor / Big Kids    "Joyce Manor / Big Kids"
Noveller Wolf    "Hair Tapes / Redgrave"
Off With Their Heads / Discharge    "Never Run / Legacy You Left Behind"
Phoned Nil Trio    "Phoned Nil Trio" (7" + CD + Cassette)
Self Defense Family / Fires    "Self Defense Family / Fires"
Woods, Peter J.     "Failure From Both Ends"
Woods, Peter J. / Ice Volt    "Filth Ridden Existence / Howling Corpse"

CDs Non-Rock
Off Love    "My Love For You… Probably Love"

Luke Temple – Don’t Act Like You Don’t Care
(Western Vinyl)

Also known for performing under the moniker Here We Go Magic, Temple is a Salem, Massachusetts-born singer-songwriter/guitarist who creates both colorful visual art and acoustic folk-pop. He’s clearly experienced with both his instrument and falsetto voice, whether he’s backed by up to five other musicians (synth, piano, drums, etc.) mostly in the first half, or his more reserved, primarily-solo ballads on the second half. The lo-fi, rustic sound fits excellently: I enjoyed the energy that the album kicks off with, particularly the fun, jingling bell-driven “In The Open” and celebratory, country-tinged centerpiece “Ophelia.” One of his most unique moments is with “You Belong To Heaven;” a romantic ballad that, in addition to his guitar and thoughtful-sounding voice, uses a light, nuanced piano and faint recording hiss that helps him sound strikingly like an early crooner.

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