Friday, October 5, 2012

5th of October 2012 Update

5th of October 2012 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Reviews
at Redscroll Records

LPs & 12"s
13th Floor Elevators    "The Psychedelic Sounds Of"
A Great Big Pile Of Leaves    "Boom!" (Transparent Blue)
A Perfect Circle    "Emotive"
A Tribe Called Quest    "The Anthology"
A Tribe Called Quest    "The Low End Theory"
A Tribe Called Quest    "People's Instinctive Travels And The Paths Of Rhythm"
Acacia Strain, The    "Death Is The Only Mortal" (Ltd. First Press Color Vinyl + CD)
Adele    "21" (+ D/L)
Adn' Ckrystall     "Jazz Mad"
Aggrovators    "Reggae Stones" Dub
Alabama Shakes    "Boys &  Girls" (+ 7", D/L)
Allien, Ellen    "Galactic Horse"
American Football    "American Football LP" (+ D/L)
Andy, Horace    "Sings For You And I"
Antidote    "Thou Shalt Not Kill"
Antlers, The    "Hospice" (+ D/L)
Antlers, The    "Undersea" (+ CD)
Aphex Twin    "Selected Ambient Works Volume II"
Apple, Fiona    "The Idler Wheel Is Wiser Than The Driver Of The Screw And Whipping Cords Will Serve You More Than Ropes Will Ever Do" (180 Gram, + D/L)
Atmosphere    "God Loves Ugly"
Audioslave    "Out Of Exile" (2LP)
Azari & III    "Azari & III"
Azure Ray    "As Above So Below"
Bailiff, Jessica    "At Down-Turned"
Balance & Composure    "Separation"
Bane    "Holding This Moment"
Barker & Baumecker    "Transektoral"
Bear In Heaven    "I Love You, It's Cool" (+ D/L)
Ben Folds Five    "Ben Folds Five"
Between The Buried And Me    "The Silent Circus"
Between The Buried And Me    "The Parallax II: Future Sequence" (2LP, Gatefold)
Big D And The Kids Table    "Strictly Dub" (2LP, Gatefold, + D/L)
Big Freedia    "Azz Everywhere"
Big Kids    "Hoop Dreams"
Billy, Bonnie 'Prince'    "Now Here's My Plan"
Biome    "Two Way"
Bjork    "Biophilia Remixes Part Two"
Bjork    "Biophilia Remixes Part Seven"
Black Keys, The    "Thickfreakness" (180 Gram)
Black Twig Pickers, The    "Whompyjawed"
Blake, James    "James Blake" (180 Gram, 2LP, Gatefold)
Blkout    "Point Of No Return"
Blur    "Think Tank" (180 Gram, 2LP, Gatefold, + D/L)
Bonobo    "Black Sands"
Boratto, Gui    "III"
Bowie, David    "BBC Archives 1968-1972" (3LP Box Fan Club Edition)
Breeders, The    "Last Spalsh" (180 Gram)
Brokaw, Chris    "Gambler's Ecstasy" (+ D/L)
Bronze Age    "Antiquated Futurism"
Brother's Keeper / Disembodies    "Oxymoron"
Cali Agents    "How The West Was One"
Champion    "Lighter"
Christian Cosmos    "Enthronement By God As The First-Born Of The Dead"
Clean, The    "Odditties" (2LP Gatefold)
Coheed And Cambria    "The Afterman: Ascension" (+ CD)
Cold Showers    "Love And Regret"
Commodo / Lurka    "Capisce? / Glue Sniff Riddim"
Dangerdoom    "The Mouse And The Mask"
Davis, Miles    "Kind Of Blue" (180 Gram)
Death Grips    "The Money Store"
Deerhunter    "Cryptograms / Fluorescent Grey EP"
Dixon, Terrence    "From The Far Future Pt. 2" (2x12")
Dum Dum Girls    "End Of Daze" (+ D/L)
Durutti Column, The    "The Return Of The Durutti Column" (180 Gram)
Early Graves    "Goner" (Gatefold)
Eat Skull    "Sick To Death"
Eitzel, Mark    "Don't Be A Stranger" (+ D/L)
Ericson, Roky    "Outtakes From 'All That May Do My Rhyme' / Live With The Aliens December 9, 1975" (Unofficial)
Eyehategod    "In The Name Of Suffering" (2LP Gatefold)
Fell, Mark    "Sentielle"
Fleet Foxes    "Fleet Foxes" (2LP, Gatefold, + D/L)
Florence + The Machine    "Ceremonials" (180 Gram, 2LP, Gatefold)
Florence + The Machine    "Lungs" (+ D/L)
Flying Lotus    "Until The Quiet Comes" (Collectors Edition 2x180 Gram LP + D/L)
Flying Lotus    "Until The Quiet Comes" (2LP + D/L)
Foo Fighters    "Foo Fighters"
Foster The People    "Torches"
Frost, Ben    "Theory Of Machines"
Gainsbourg, Serge    "Histoire De Melody Nelson"
Gaza    "No Absolutes In Human Suffering" (Transparent Red + D/L)
Ghostface Killah    "Fishscale"
Give Up The Ghost    "We're Down Til We're Underground" (+ D/L)
Gorillaz    "Plastic Beach"
Graff, Willie & Tuccillo    "Poseidonia"
Grizzly Bear    "Veckatimest"
Guinea Worms    "Smiles"
Hall, Kyle    "Kaychunk"
Hank III    "Live & In Person With His Damn Band" (Fan Club Edition)
Harry Pussy    "One Plus One"
Hause, Dave    "Resolutions"
High On Fire    "The Art Of Self Defense" (2LP Gatefold /4000)
Hopkins, Lightning    "Texas Blues Man" (+ D/L)
House, Son    "The Legendary Son House Father Of Folk Blues"
Hunee    "Tide / Minnoch"
Iggy & The Stooges    "California Bleeding: Previously Unheard Live Recordings" (180 Gram)
In Aeternam Vale    "Dust Under Brightness / Highway Dark Veins" (12")
Innergaze    "Mutual Dreaming"
Iron And Wine    "The Shepherd's Dog"
Isis / Aereogramme    "In The Fishtank 14"
Joy Formidable, The    "The Big Roar"
K.I.S.S. (Kiss)    "Monster" (180 Gram)
Kaleidoscope    "Tangerine Dream" (180 Gram)
King Tubby    "Rastafari Dub"
La Roux    "La Roux"
Lambchop    "Mr. M" (2LP Gatefold + D/L)
Latecomer    "Cosmic Cart"
Linea Aspera    "Linea Aspera"
Lives Of Angels    "Elevator To Eden"
Loma Prieta    "Life/Less" (+ D/L)
Low    "The Curtain Hits The Cast"
LV & Quarta / Dong    "Hylo"
M83    "Hurry Up, We're Dreaming"
Madlib & Freddie Gibbs    "Thuggin EP"
Major Lazer    "Get Free"
Malvoeaux    "Broken Anthem / Run For Cover / Sunsets / Total Games"
Mammoth Grinder / Hatred Surge     "Mammoth Grinder / Hatred Surge"
Marley, Bob    "Legend In Dub"
Matt And Kim    "Lightning"
McGuire, Mark    "Get Lost"
Melody's Echo Chamber    "Melody's Echo Chamber"
Melton, Carlton    "Photos Of Photos" (+ D/L + Bonus 12" /500)
Meshuggah    "Koloss" (2LP Gatefold On Bronze Vinyl)
Meshuggah    "Obzen"
Micranots    "The Emperor & The Assassin"
Modern Lovers, The    "The Modern Lovers" 180 Gram
Morphosis    "The Tepco Report"
Mould, Bob    "Silver Age" (+ D/L)
Mount Moriah    "Mount Moriah" (+ D/L With Bonus Tracks)
Mountain Goats, The    "Transcendental Youth" (180 Gram + D/L)
Moving Mountains    "Foreword" (Grey)
Muse    "The 2nd Law" (2LP Gatefold)
Natural Child    "For The Love Of The Game"
Neon Piss    "Neon Piss"
Neutral Milk Hotel    "On Avery Island" (+ D/L)
Nico    "Schwnen Gesang" (Unofficial)
O'berg, Fenn    "In Hell"
Oh Sees, Thee    "Putrifiers II EP"
Oh Sees, Thee    "Castlemania"
Olivia Tremor Control    "Black Foliage: Animation Music Volume One"
Om    "Variations On A Theme" (+ D/L)
Orchestre Super Borgou De Parakou    "The Bariba Sound 1970-1976"
Orphan Choir    "Orphan Choir."
Pablo, Augustus    "Dubbing In A Africa"
Panda Bear    "Person Pitch"
Pangea    "Living Dummy"
Pantera    "I'm Broken" (Fan Club Edition)
Pantera    "I Am The Night" (Fan Club Edition)
Paperclip People    "Oscillator"
Parliament    "Mothership Connection"
Pep Love    "Ascension"
Personable    "Spontaneous Generation"
Pharcyde, The    "Bizarre Ride II: Instrumentals"
Portishead    "Portishead"
Portugal. The Man    "The Majestic Majesty"
Postal Service, The    "Give Up"
Price, Seth    "Army Jacket"
Prisoner Abuse    "Prisoner Abuse"
Pyramids    "Otherworldly"
Queens Of The Stone Age    "You Can't Put Your Arms Around A Memory" (Fan Club Edition)
Reatards    "Teenage Hate"
Ringworm    "Birth Is Pain" (Tan Vinyl)
Roots Radics    "At Channel One Kingston, Jamaica"
Roots, The    "How I Got Over"
Roxy Music    "The Eno Years: BBC Archives 1971-1973" (2LP Fan Club Edition)
Royal Trux    "Accelerator"
Russell, Arthur    "Let's Go Swimming"
SCB    "Loss"
Scientist, The    "Launches Dubstep Into Outer Space" (2LP)
Segall, Ty    "Horn The Unicorn"
Segall, Ty    "Twins" (Gatefold)
Seven Sisters Of Sleep / Children Of God    "Seven Sisters Of Sleep / Children Of God"
Shabazz Palaces    "Black Up"
Shed    "The Killer" (2LP Gatefold)
Shiflet, Mike    "Merciless"
Shiflet, Mike      "Sufferers"
Silver Jews    "The Natural Bridge"
Skratchy Seal (DJ Q-Bert)    "Super Seal In The 4th Dimension"
Slayer    "Show No Mercy" (Unofficial)
Souls Of Mischief    "Focus LP"
Sound, The    "Jeopardy"
Sparklehorse    "Vivadixiesubmarinetransmissionplot" (+ 7" + D/L)
Spiritualized    "Ladies And Gentlemen…"
Starkey    "DPMO (Ft. Trim) / Poison (Ft. Leah Smith)"
Stars    "The North" (Blue Vinyl + D/L)
Stewart, Mark / Factory Floor    "Stereotype"
Stooges, The    "The Weirdness"
Stooges, The    "Detroit Rehearsals Spring 1973" (2LP)
Stooges, The    "Morgan Sound Studios: Ypsilanti Michigan March 1973" (2LP)
Strategy    "Strategy"
Strokes, The    "Room On  Fire"
Strummer And The Mescaleros, Joe    "Streetcore"
Suicide    "Ghost Riders" (+ D/L)
Suis La Lune    "Riala" (Clear / Black Splatter)
Swanson, Pete    "Pro Style"
Sylvers, Foster    "Foster Sylvers"
Talk Talk    "Laughing Stock"
Taylor, Ebo    "Appia Kwa Bridge"
Tejada, John    "Unstable Condition"
Thompson, Linval / King Tubby    "Linval Thompson Meets King Tubby's 'Ina Reggae Dub Style' 'Dis A Yard Dub'"
Tilly And The Wall    "Heavy Mood" (180 Gram + CD)
TMSV / DJ Madd    "Difference"
Tucker, Corin Band (Corin Tucker Band)    "Kill My Blues" (+ D/L)
Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats    "Blood Lust"
Upsetters    "Blackboard Jungle Dub"
Van Zandt, Townes    "Townes Van Zandt" (180 Gram)
Various Artists    "Bangs & Works Vol. 2: The Best Of Chicago Footwork"
Various Artists    "Bangs & Works Vol. 1: A Chicago Footwork Compilation"
Various Artists    "Battleaxe Warriors III"
Various Artists    "Battleaxe Warriors II"
Various Artists    "Bippp: French Synth-Wave 1979/85"
Waits, Tom    "Tales From The Underground Volume 2" (Unofficial)
Waits, Tom    "Tales From The Underground Volume 1" (Unofficial)
Waters, Muddy    "Sail On" (180 Gram)
Watson, Patrick    "Adventures In Your Own Backyard" (+ D/L)
Weakerthans, The    "Left And Leaving"
Weird Weeds    "Weird Weeds"
White Stripes    "Walking With A Ghost" (Unofficial)
White Stripes, The    "Icky Thump"
Wicked Lady    "The Axeman Cometh"
Wicked Lady    "Psychotic Overkill"
Williams, Lucinda    "Lucinda 2: Happy Woman Blues"
Woo    "It's Cosy Inside"
Wu-Tang Clan    "Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)"
Xiu Xiu    "The Air Force" (180 Gram + D/L)
Zombie Nation    "Meathead"
Zombies, The    "Odessey & Oracle: 30th Anniversary Edition"

Dimlite    "Grimm Reality" (3x10" + 7")
Knack, The    "Live In Los Angeles, 1978"
Segall, Ty    "Slaughterhouse" (2x10" + D/L)

Clash    "Complete Control"
Diplo    "Express Yourself"
End Of A Year Self Defense Family    "I Heard Crime Gets You Off / To Your Scattered Bodies Go"
Evans The Death    "Catch Your Cold / Crying Song"
Flock Of Dimes    "Curtain / Apparition"
Gamma Ray    "If Only Everything / Born To Hula"
Incendiary / Unrestrained    "Incendiary / Unrestrained" (Clear / White Mix Vinyl)
Lower Dens    "Batman" (+ D/L)
Mazzy Star    "Common Burn / Lay Myself Down"
Segall, Ty    "The Hill / Mother Lemonade"
Self Defense Family    "Self Immolation Family / World Virgins" (White Vinyl)
Self Defense Family / Fires    "Self Defense Family / Fires" (Clear Blue)
Tigers Jaw    "Spirit Desire" (Pink Vinyl)
Tigers Jaw / The Sidekicks    "The Sidekicks / Tigers Jaw"
Tigers Jaw / Tiny Empires    "Tigers Jaw / Tiny Empires" (Transparent Blue)
Title Fight    "Flood Of '72"
Touche Amore    "Live On BBC Radio 1" (White Vinyl)
Twitching Tongues    "Preacher Man" (Clear Vinyl)

Alcest    "Les Voyages De L'Ame"
Converge    "No Heroes"
Down    "EP I Of IV"
Early Graves    "Goner"
Enslaved    "Riitiir" (2CD Digipack + DVD)
Factory Floor    "Two Different Ways"
Flying Lotus    "Until The Quiet Comes" (Digipack)
Forest Swords    "Dagger Paths"
Grouper    AIA (2CD)
How To Destroy Angels    "How To Destroy Angels"
Krallice    "Years Past Matter"
Low    "Curtain Hits The Cast" (2CD Digipack)
Lustmord    "Heresy/Heretic" (2xCD Deluxe Box)
Mighty Sparrow    "Sparromania!"
Mountain Goats, The    "Transcendental Youth"
Mountain Goats, The    "The Hound Chronicles And Hot Garden Stomp"
Negro, Joey    "Go Go Get Down"
Phish    "White Tapes"
Swans    "The Seer" (2xCD Deluxe Version)
Vision Of Disorder    "The Cursed Remain Cursed"
Waits, Tom    "Bad As Me"
Wild Nothing    "Nocturne"
Witchcraft    "Legend"
Young Smoke    "Space Zone"

Demonologists / HHL    "Demonologists / HHL"
Frak    "Studio Jams" (In 7" Packaging)


Ormonde Machine

This indie-folk duo consists of Anna-Lynne Williams (best known as the singer-songwriter-guitarist for Trespassers William, as well as her solo project Lotte Kestner) and multi-instrumentalist Robert Gomez. They wrote this album while living together in a small adobe house in Texas, and the delicate, soft-spoken songs sound closely tied to that atmosphere. Elements such as an acoustic guitar, piano, organ and interestingly timed drum (almost like hip-hop at points) create an intimate atmosphere that feels like an introspective day exploring a quaint house and garden. One of the album’s loudest songs “Cherry Blossom” is a favorite, with dual vocals (particularly Gomez’s heavy whisper-like voice,) deep piano and a slowly chugging-along rhythm. Opener “I Can’t Imagine” is quieter but just as powerful, with Williams singing lyrics inspired by a fan who wrote to her about his time in the military – particularly the duty of moving dead bodies. Others that I really enjoyed are the drearily dreamy title track and the thoughtful, acoustic-and-piano driven “Sudden Bright,” using a very wide-open sound that was inspired by a news story about a nearby fire that burned acres of land: “we can watch the end of the world from here.”
[Reviewer: Mark]

Mark Lanegan Band Blues Funeral

Lanegan has been active since 1985, providing his uniquely weathered-sounding voice as a founding member of Screaming Trees before joining Queens Of The Stone Age in 2000 (other collaborations include work with The Twilight Singers, The Gutter Twins and Isobel Campbell.) It proves to be a vital asset on his seventh solo record, with his blues-rock truly sounding like it was inspired by living through some serious rough patches. His sad “ohhhh”-filled “Bleeding Muddy Water” is a great example of conveying bleakness through his unmistakable vocal talent. He throws in a good amount of musical variety to convey different types of sorrow and uncertainty, such as the rugged cement-truck build-up of the oddly romantic opener “The Gravedigger’s Song.” The perpetually-rocking “Riot In My House” is another standout, sounding like something straight out of the early 90s, complete with trippy imagery (“angels fill my room / with what I’ve scant belief in / when death’s metal broom / comes sweeping through the evening…”) “Ode To Sad Disco” is the record’s biggest surprise, incorporating an 80s-sounding electropop beat and synth that, backed by a guitar emoting along in the distance, really makes his crooning soar.
[Reviewer: Mark]

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