…..news letter #687 – t-minus…..

Alright! Here we go! Weeks of ordering and receiving and plotting and in about 36 hours, all hell is gonna break loose around here. Tomorrow night we’re gonna close up early and completely strip the walls and replace everything will all them glorious RSD exclusives.

AND just in case you don’t get what you wanted, or maybe you don’t want any of the exclusives, all the other records in the shop will be 20% off and gear will be 10% off.

AND if that isn’t enough we’ll be giving away all kinds of swag through out the day.

AND if that isn’t enough, if you get hungry waiting in line and need to replenish your strength to be able to push the buttons on the PIN pad, we’ll have a food truck on site.

AND IF THAT ISN’T ENOUGH SOMEONE IS GOING TO WIN A $500 REGA RP1 TURNTABLE JUST FOR SHOPPING HERE ON SATURDAY!

AND if you don’t win the turntable you could still win some cool swag from Yellowhead Brewery, or Sled Island.

Not so fine print… We will be opening at an hour early, 10am. However,  people do start lining up well before that. We do try process this all as fast as possible, but it will likely be crisp out in the morning. Plan to spend a good while outside in line, and dress accordingly. Some exclusive releases are extremely limited, and we have very few copies. Others, not so much. Exclusives are first come, first served and one per customer.

Also, we’ll be launching some new Listen swag on Saturday with some sweet deals on them Saturday only…

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New t-shirts, red and charcoal! Regular $20, $10 all day on RSD!

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Listen Records slipmats! $5 or free with $100 purchase on RSD!

…..top rsd picks…..

amanaz

Amanaz: Africa (Now-Again) 2LP
“Issued in 1975, this is the articulation of Zambia’s Zamrock ethos. While other albums — Rikki Ililonga’s Zambia, Witch’s Lazy Bones!! — are competitors, it’s hard to best this album as it covers each major quadrant of the Zamrock whole: it came from the mines; its musicians were anti-colonial freedom fighters, it envelops Zambian folk music traditions, and it rocks — hard. Amanaz were serious, and they made a serious stab at an album. They titled their album Africa, according to original band member Keith Kabwe, ‘because of how it was shared and how its inhabitants were butchered and enslaved, its resources stolen… all the atrocities slave drivers committed. ‘ Thus, their ‘Kale,’ a blues sung in Nyanja, that traced the continent’s arc from slavery to Zambia’s independence closes the album. Kabwe and rhythm guitarist John Kanyepa have a winsome softness to their vocals, which sit politely aside the feral growl of drummer Watson Baldwin Lungu, bassist Jerry Mausala and bandleader/lead guitarist Isaac Mpofu. Africa’s vibe ranges from anxious (‘Amanaz’) to escapist (‘Easy Street’) to straight-up pissed-off. On the ‘History of Man,’ his voice whiskey-burned, his distorted guitar buzzing like swarming hornets, Mpofu indicts his species. There’s a darkness to Africa not found on any other Zamrock records, and a melancholy drifts throughout, specifically on Mpofu’s more restrained ‘Khala My Friend,’ which stands as an effective, bleak situation for the Zambian everyman, the average citizen of a struggling, new nation, who might have had relatives in conflict-torn countries on the horizon, who might have been struggling to find his next meal, who might have seen a bleaker future than his president promised. Then there’s the clear Velvet Underground-influence on the nostalgic ‘Sunday Morning,’ which, as Kabwe recalls, was the first song written for the album, back in 1968, when Velvet Undergound and Nico was a new release — and the underground funk of ‘Making the Scene.’ The album also tackles traditional Zambian music and early-’60s rock — punctuated, of course by Kanyepa’s wah-wah and Mpofu’s fuzz guitars. But every time Amanaz get too deep, too violent, they come back with an accessible song and woo their listener back to the groove. ‘Green Apple’ is a civil song, featuring Kanyepa’s sighing guitar. It is a perfectly arranged album, from the dichotomy of Mpofu’s and Kanyepa’s lead and rhythm guitars, to the vocal harmonies, to the rhythm section’s sense of space and time, which allows Africa’s funk to build. Inexplicably, Africa was given two separate mixes and two separate presses: one version is dry, with the vocals and drums mixed loud, the other slathered in reverb, with the vocals and drums disappearing into the mix, and with the guitar solos mixed much louder. We’ve presented them both here as they each have their appeal: it’s up to the listener to pick the one he or she prefers. This is a highpoint of the Zamrock scene and we hope that this can be seen as its definitive reissue.”

File Under: Psych, African, RSD
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koesbarat

Koes Barat: s/t (Sub Pop) LP 
In 2010, Sun City Girls legend Alan Bishop asserted his fandom of Indonesian ‘60s/’70s pop legends Koes Bersaudara (aka Koes Plus) with two archival releases on his and Hisham Mayet’s Sublime Frequencies label. But that wasn’t enough. Feeling an overwhelming urge to interpret Koes tunes, Bishop recorded Koes Barat in less than a week of sessions with some of his favorite musicians and producer Randall Dunn (Sunn O))), Marisa Nadler). The result is the most immediate, fun collection that the prolific Bishop has ever led. This album is a Record Store Day exclusive, limited to 3,800 worldwide.

File Under: Psych, Indoesian, Sun City Girls, RSD
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thai pop

Various: Thai Pop (Sublime Frequencies) 2LP
Thailand is one of the most traveled to destinations in the world, but music is not a popular attraction for outside visitors, despite an incredibly rich history of classical, folk, and popular music there. While Thai classical and folk music has been studied by ethnomusicologists for decades, Thai pop history has been ignored and neglected by the international musical community for far too long. Combing mountains of vinyl and cassette relics from across the Kingdom, Sublime Frequencies has uncovered countless Thai musical treasures, rich with unique instrumentation, crafty arrangements, twisted breaks, odd production, and brilliant vocals. Bangkok — always the hub of the Thai recording industry — attracted musicians and singers from across the country who were informed by tradition and inspired by the wealth of international sounds entering the region via radio and imported records and tapes, many of which were brought in by Americans and their allied military personnel stationed at bases throughout the country. In this compilation you will hear older Thai styles combining with elements of surf, rock, and funk music as well as romping disco and comedy tunes. These creative sounds formed by hybrids with western instrumentation and genres result in an incredibly dynamic music that remains distinctively Thai. The artists featured on Thai Pop Spectacular range from modest players of their time to major stars. The collection includes one of the earliest tracks from Pumpuang Duangjan (dubbed “the queen of luk thung”), who brought that style into popular music to stay. Also featured is the “shadow music” string sounds of Johnny Guitar, legendary comedian Sangthong Seesai, two classic tracks from Thai films, blazing examples of Bangkok disco from the 1970s, and the most outrageous version of “The Night Chicago Died” you’ll ever encounter. Thick horn sections, wah-wah guitars, tight drums, and funky organs round out this superb collection, which proves beyond a doubt that the Thai were a completely unique and powerful force during the global popular music explosion of the 1960s, ’70s, ’80s. Gorgeous double-LP heavy gatefold vinyl release of the long out-of-print CD originally compiled by Alan Bishop and Mark Gergis in 2007. Also includes tracks by Buppah Saichol, Onuma Singsiri, Plearn Promdan, Chailai Chaiyata & Sawanee Patana, Gawao Siangthong, Chai Muang Sing (aka: Man City Lion), Kampee Sangthong, Generation, Phet Potaram, Kabuan Garn Yor Yod Yung Yong, Pairoj, Setha, Duongdao and Chailai, and Chalermpon Malakum.

File Under: Pop, Thai, Asia, RSD
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los

Various: Lows in the Mid-Sixties Vol 54: Kosmic City (Numbero) LP
In the spirit of AIP’s dodgy regional garage rock series Highs In The Mid Sixties comes Lows In The Mid Sixties Volume 54: Kosmic City Part 2. This set of roughhewn cobblestones was culled from the remnants of Cavern Sound—Independence, Missouri’s subterranean studio of choice— and covers that thin swath of the late sixties when American teens were imitating the Beatles. All of the artists here barely mustered a session of cover tunes, much less a single, taking this compilation beyond Nuggets; These songs are gold flecks in the rustiest of mining pans. All brought to you by team Numbero. Numbero: We dig deeper in graveyards so you don’t have to.

File Under: Garage, RSD
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heada

Heads: Nobody Knows (Rooster) 2LP
1200 Copies on black vinyl – No Download and no repress. In 2014 The Heads reissued their 2000 album ‘Everybody Knows We Got Nowhere; in full remastered / deluxe boxet glory, and to much acclaim. In the boxset, they added a 70 minute Compact Disc of demos, unheard versions etc of material pre -2000 recorded in the rehearsal room on a walkman. For Record Store Day 2015, and to celebrate their rare live performances at Roadburn 2015,  Simon Price has taken the material he edited for the bonus CD, and added more tracks to the pot. With the mastering expertise  / tape polishing skills of Shawn Joseph, Price has created a warts’n’all  document of the time in the heads’ rehearsal space just prior to the making  / construction of the Every Knows album. This double LP is 10 tracks of the Heads in their element, raw and alive in the rehearsal room prior to 2000, tracks being formed, prototype Heads’ riffs in the sonic gloop. Hear this era of the Heads in its speaker blowing, walkman warping glory, a true psychedelic rock morass. Wrapped in a Simon Price sleeve, a gatefold sleeve to boot! naturally! A “fin de seicle” of sorts, ‘Nobody Knows’ is a closing chapter, a sonic glossary to the band’s Everybody Knows’ legacy.

File Under: Psych, RSD

…..Record Store Day Exclusives…..
Alrighty folks, the part you all really care about, the exclusives. These items are all either here, or are due to arrive tomorrow. I gotta say, this year things seemed better than previous years, but in someways, it’s as bad or worse. It is what it is….

!!!: All U Writers (Warp) 12”
101ers: Elgin Avenue Breakdown (Revisited) (Parlophone) 2LP
a-ha: Take On Me (Warner) 7”
A$AP Rocky: LPFJ2 (RCA) 7”
Air: Playground Love (Parlophone) 7”
Alex Chilton: Jesus Christ (Munster) 7”
Amanaz: Africa (Now Again) LP
Amon Tobin: Dark Jovian EP (Ninja Tune) 2×12” [etched vinyl in bespoke rubber wheel]
Anton Newcombe & Tess Parks: Cocaine Cat (A Records) 10”
Antorchas: s/t (Munster) 7”
Bardo Pond: Is There A Heaven EP (Fire) 12”
Billie Holiday: Lady In Satin (Columbia) LP
Black Keys: Meet Me In The City (Fat Possum) 7”
Blue Mountain Eagle: s/t (Rhino) LP
Bob Dylan: The Night We Called It A Day (Columbia) 7”
Bob Dylan & The Band: The Basement Tapes (Mono – 180gm vinyl) (Other People) LP
Bob Moses: All In All (Domino) LP
Bonnie Prince Billy & Broeder Dieleman: Gloria/Drie Vragen (Snowstar) 7”
Brenton Wood: Oogum Boogum (Concord) LP
Bruce Springsteen: Born in the U.S.A. (Columbia) LP
Bruce Springsteen: Born to Run (Columbia) LP
Bruce Springsteen: Darkness on the Edge of Town (Columbia) LP
Bruce Springsteen: Greetings From Ashbury Park, N.J. (Columbia) LP
Bruce Springsteen: Nebraska (Columbia) LP
Bruce Springsteen: The River (Columbia) LP
Bruce Springsteen: The Wild, The Innocent and The E Street Shuffle (Columbia) LP
Built To Spill: Untethered Moon (Warner) LP
Buzzcocks: The Way/Generation Suicide (1-2-3-4 Go!) 7”
Chet Atkins: My Brother Sings (Sundazed) LP
Citizen Dick: Touch Me I’m Dick (Legacy) 7”
Clutch – From Beale Street To Oblivion – LP
Cold War Kids: Five Quick Hits (Downtown) 10”
Country Joe And The Fish: Together (Vanguard) LP
Courtney Barnett: Brand New Song (Mom & Pop) 12”
D’Angelo and The Vanguard: The Charade b/w 1000 Deaths (RCA) 7”
David Bowie: Changes (Parlophone) 7”
David Bowie/Tom Verlaine: Kingdom Come (Rhino) 7”
Death By Stereo: If Looks Could Kill, I’d Watch You Die (Indecision) LP
Death Cab for Cutie/Freedy Johnston: Bad Reputation (Atlantic) 7”
Death From Above 1979: Trainwreck 1979 (Last Gang) 10”
Dils: I Hate The Rich (Superior Viaduct) 7”
Dionne Warwick/The Stranglers: Walk On By (Rhino) 7”
DJ Vadim: Black is the Night (BBE) 7”
Doc Watson / Merle Haggard: Ballads From The Gap (Vanguard) LP
Don Flemons: What Got Over (Fat Possum) 10”
Don Van Vliet And The Magic Band: Rough, Raw, and Amazing (Ozit) LP
Dwarves: Fun to Try (Burger) 7”
Electric Wizard: Time To Die (Spinefarm) LP
Ennio Morricone: Spasmo (Hand Edition) (Dagored) LP
Ennio Morricone: Spasmo (Mouth Edition) (Dagored) LP
Eric Siday: Sounds Of Now (Dual Planet) LP
Father John Misty: I Love You Honeybear (Sub Pop) 7”
Field Music: Drifters (Memphis) LP
Flaming Lips: Bad Days (Warner) 10”
Flaming Lips: This Here Giraffe (Warner) 10”
Flipper: Lover Canal (Superior Viaduct) 7”
Fujiya & Miyagi: Daggers /Little Stabs At Happiness (Yep Roc) 12”
Germs: Forming (Superior Viaduct) 7”
Giant Sand: Valley of Rain (Fire) LP
GO! Team: Ye Ye Yamaha / Til We Do It Together (Memphis) 7”
Goldfrapp: Felt Mountain (Mute) LP
Grizzly Bear: Horn of Plenty (Kanine) LP
Grouplove: Under The Covers (Atlantic) 10”
Guided By Voices: Do The Collapse (TVT) LP
Guided By Voices: Isolation Drills (TVT) LP
Hagerty-Toth Band: Qalgebra (3 Lobed) LP
Half Japanese: Volume 3: 1990-95 (Fire) 3LP
Happy Mondays: Live Brixton Academy (Let Them Eat Vinyl) LP
Happy Mondays: Pills Thrills n’ Bellyaches (Rhino) LP
Hawkwind: Live Seventy Nine (Let Them Eat Vinyl) LP
Hawkwind: Quark Strangeness and Charm (Let Them Eat Vinyl) LP
Hawkwind: s/t (Parlophone) LP
Heads: Nobody Knows (Rooster) LP
Heldon: Live In Paris 1975 (Souffle Continu) LP
Heldon: Live In Paris 1976(Souffle Continu) LP
Herbie Hancock: Maiden Voyage (Universal) LP
Holger Czukay: 11 Years Innerspace (Gronland) 2×10”
Holger Czukay: Hit/Flop (Gronland) 2×10”
J Dilla: Love ft. Pharoahe Monch (BBE) 7”
Jaco Pastorius: The Warner Bros. Years VBO (Rhino) LP
Jimi Hendrix: Purple Haze b/w Freedom (Legacy) 7”
John Butler Trio: Ocean (Because) LP
John Prine: Sep-78 (Oh Boy) LP
Johnny Cash: Koncert v Praze (Legacy) LP
Jon Hopkins: I Remember (Late Night Tales) 10”
Junior Brown: Better Call Saul (Spacelab 9) 7”
Junior Wells: It’s My Life Baby (Vanguard) LP
Jurassic 5: Quality Control (Get on Down) LP Wood Box Set
Kiasmos: Looped EP (Erased Tapes) LP
Kind Of Like Spitting: Nothing Makes Sense Without It (Run For Cover) LP
Kinks: Kinksize Hits (Sanctuary) 7”
Kinks: Kinksize Session (Sanctuary) 7”
Kinks: You Really Got Me Live (Sanctuary) 7”
Koes Barat: s/t (Sub Pop) LP
Larry Young: In Paris (Resonance) 10”
Lee Scratch Perry: Back On The Controls (Upsetter) 5×7
Leila Gobi: Leila (Clermont) LP
Lord Sitar: Lord Sitar (Parlophone) LP
Lydia Loveless: I Would Die 4 U (Bloodshot) 7”
Manic Street Preachers – The Holy Bible 20th Anniversary LP
Marc Moulin: Placebo Years (Music on Vinyl) LP
Master Musicians Of Joujouka: Into The Ahl Srif (Ergot) LP
Mastodon: Atlanta (Atlantic) 12”
McLusky: McLuskyism (Too Pure) LP
Metallica: No Life Till Leather (Blackened) Cassette
Miles Davis: Prestige Volume 2 (Legacy) 10” Box
Mission Of Burma: Signals, Calls and Academy Marches (Fire) LP+7”
Mystery Artists: Mystery (Rhino) 7”
N.W.A.: Straight Outta Compton (Universal) Tape
Of Montreal: Snare Lustrous Doomings – LP (yellow & orange vinyl, ltd to 3000)
OFF!: Live From The BBC (Vice) 10”
Okkervil River: Sleep And Wake Up Songs (Jagjaguwar) 12”
Oneohtrix Point Never: Commissions II (Warp) LP
Otis Redding: Otis Blue (Rhino) 2LP+7”
Pagans: Pirate’s Cove 9/24/79 (Thermionic) LP
Phish: New Year’s Eve 1995 Madison Square Garden (Jemp) 6LP Box
Pizza Underground: PU Demo (Jett) 7”
Pop Group: Versions Galore EP (Freaks R Us) LP
Power Glove: EP1 (Invada) 12”
Pullman: Turnstyles & Junkpiles (Thrill Jockey) LP
Pullman: Viewfinder (Thrill Jockey) LP
Pulp: Dogs Are Everywhere (Fire) 12”
Pulp: They Suffocate At Night (Fire) 12”
Rainbow Ffolly: Sallies Fforth (Mono) (Parlophone) LP
Red House Painters: Collection (4AD) 6LP Box
Residents: Satisfactions (Superior Viaduct) 7”
Reverend Horton Heat: It’s A Rave-Up b/w Beer, Write This Song (Victory) 7”
Ride: OX4 (Rhino) LP
RPM Turntable Baseball: Two Games, One Record – 7”
Run The Jewels: Record Store Day Release (Fool’s Gold) 12”
Ryan Adams: Come Pick Me Up When (Universal) 7”
Shugo Tokumaru: L.S.T (Polyvinyl) LP
Shugo Tokumaru: Night Piece (Polyvinyl) LP
Sic Kids: Rhythm Girl (Munster) 7”
Siouxsie & The Banshees: Join Hands (Universal) LP
Sleaford Mods: Tiswas (Invada) 12”
Sloan: Alternates (Yep Roc) 12”
Sly & The Family Stone: Live at the Fillmore East (Legacy) LP
Soundtrack: 30 Days of Night (Invada) LP
Soundtrack: Big Bad Wolves (Death Waltz) LP
Soundtrack: Brian May – Patrick (XOZMIQ) LP
Soundtrack: Brian May – The Day After Halloween (XOZMIQ) LP
Soundtrack: Brian May – Thirst (XOZMIQ) LP
Soundtrack: Cristobal Tapia De Veer – Utopia 2 (Silva Screen) LP
Soundtrack: Darjeeling Limited (Abkco) LP
Soundtrack: Frank (Silva Screen) LP
Soundtrack: Hedwig And The Angry Inch (Atlantic) LP
Soundtrack: Serial (Manque) LP
Soundtrack: The Wonderland Philharmonic – Shogun Assassin (Cinewax) LP
Soundtrack: Star Wars Rebels Theme (Walt Disney) 7”
Spaceape: Ghost Town (Hyperdub) 7”
Stan Getz & Joao Gilberto: Selections From Getz/Gilberto (Resonance) 10”
Steve Earle & The Dukes: Terraplane Blues (New West) 10”
Steve Reich: Music For 18 Musicians (Nonesuch) LP
Stooges: Live at Ungano’s (Rhino) LP
Sun Ra: Calling Planet Earth (ORG) LP
Supergrass: Sofa (Of My Lethagy) (Parlophone) 7”
Surfer Blood: Astro Coast (Kanine) LP
Swans: EP (Young God) 12”
Syd Barrett/R.E.M: Dark Globe (Rhino) 7”
Tegan & Sarah: Live At Zia Records (Warner) 12”
Temples: Mesmerise Live EP (Fat Possum) 12”
The Decemberists: Picaresque (KRS) LP
The Doors: Strange Days (Mono) (Elektra) LP
The Dresden Dolls: Yes Virginia & No Virgina (Atlantic) 3LP
The Gods: Genesis (Mono) (Parlophone) LP
The Replacements: Alex Chilton (Rhino) 10”
The Saints: Eternally Yours (Parlophone) LP
The Waterboys: Puck’s Blues (Sony) 10”
Thelonious Monk: London Collection Volume 2 (ORG) LP
Tomorrow: Tomorrow (Mono) (Parlophone) LP
Tough Age: Plays Cub’s Hot Dog Day (Mint) 7”
Trey Anastastio Band: Bounce/Never (ATO) 7”
U2: Songs Of Innocence (Sony) 2LP
Val Stephen: Abstractum: The Electronic Music Of Val Stephen (Dual Planet) LP
Vampire Weekend: Step (XL) 12”
Various: Continuum (Young Turks) 7”
Various: Creation Artifact Box (Creation) 10×7” Box
Various: Guitar Safari (University of Vice) LP
Various: Lows In The Mid Sixties Volume 54: Kosmic City Part 2 (Numero) LP
Various: Next Life (Hyperdub) 3LP
Various: Ork Complete Singles (Numero) 16×7”
Various: Party After Hours (Jazzman) 10”
Various: R&B Hipshakers Vol. 3 (Vampi) LP
Various: The Rough Guide To African Rare Groove (Vol. 1) (Rough Guide) LP
Various: The Rough Guide To Bollywood Disco (Rough Guide) LP
Various: The Rough Guide To Latin Rare Groove (Vol. 2) (Rough Guide) LP
Various: The Rough Guide To Psychedelic Cambodia (Rough Guide) LP
Various: The Rough Guide To Psychedelic India (Rough Guide) LP
Various: The Rough Guide To Psychedelic Salsa (Rough Guide) LP
Various: Soho Scene ’62 – Jazz Goes Mod: LP (Rough Guide) LP
Various: Sun Records Vol. 2 Curated By RSD (ORG) LP
Various: Texas Soul ’64 (History of Soul) LP
Various: Thai Pop Spectacular (Sublime Frequencies) LP
Various: The Walking Dead: Original Soundtrack Vol.2 (Spacelab 9) LP
Various: The Wrestling Album/ Piledriver (Sony) LP
Various: Truth & Soul 2015 Forecast (Truth & Soul) 10”
Various: Whatever Nevermind (Robotic Empire) LP+7
Various: Down Beat Special (Studio One) 7” Box Set
Various: Polyvinyl 4-Track Single Series, Vol.1 (Polyvinyl) LP
Various: Rude Boy Rumble (Trojan) LP
Various: When I Reach That Heavenly Shore: Unearthly Black Gospel 1926-1936 (Tompkins Square) 3LP
Venetian Snares: 2370894 (Planet Mu) LP
Venetian Snares: Winter in the Belly of a Snake (Planet Mu) LP
Venetian Snares: Huge Chrome Cylinder Box Unfolding (Planet Mu) LP
Venetian Snares: Rossz Csillag Alatt Szuletett (Planet Mu) LP
Venetian Snares: Making Orange Things (Planet Mu) LP
White Stripes: Get Behind Me Satan – RSD Edition with Lenticular Cover (Third Man) LP
William Tyler: Deseret Canyon (Merge) LP
William Onyeabor: Atomic Bomb Remix (Luaka Bop) 12”
Willie Nelson: Teatro (Light in the Attic) LP
Wu Tang Clan: Protect Ya Neck (Get on Down) 12”
X: Adult Books (Superior Viaduct) 7”
Xiu Xiu: Fabulous Muscles (Polyvinyl) LP
Young The Giant: Mirrorball (Fueled By Ramen) 10”

These guys are the outliers. These rogue records likely won’t be here on Saturday, but WHO KNOWS! Some are definitely delayed while others we may just have gotten stiffed on. Only time will tell.

Arto Lindsay: Encylcopedia of Arto (Northern Spy) LP
Black Star (Mos Def/Talib Kweli): Fix Up/You Already Knew (Javotti) 7”
Black Tamborine: No Action (Easy Action) 7”
Bob Dylan & The Band: The Basement Tapes (Mono – 130gm vinyl) (Other People) LP
Charlie Feathers: Charlie Feathers (Sundazed) 10”
Charlie Musselwhite: Stand Back (Vanguard) LP
Charlie Parker: Charlie Parker Story (Savoy) LP
Cloud Nothings: – Here And Nowhere Else Remixed (Northern Spy) LP
Coachwhips: Bangers Vs. Fuckers (Castle Face) LP DELAYED
Curtis Fuller Quintet: Blues Ette (Savoy) LP DELAYED
Cypress Hill: The Funky Feel One/How I Can Just Kill A Man (Get on Down) 12”
Dead Milkmen: Beelzebubba (Asbestos) LP
Deep Purple: Black Night / Speed King (Parlophone) 7”
Deep Purple: Book of Taliesyn (Mono) (Parlophone) LP
Don Cherry & Latif Khan: Music / Sangam (Heavenly Sweetness) LP
Flaming Lips: Brainville (Warner) 10”
Foo Fighters: Songs From The Laundry Room 10
Frank Zappa: 200 Motels – 7” DELAYED
Heartbreakers, The: Live At Max’s Kansas City Vol 1 & 2 (Jungle) LP
Hollerado: 111 Songs (Royal Mountain) 7” DELAYED
Iggy Pop: Shot Myself Up (Easy Action) LP+7”
Mark Kozelek: What’s Next To The Moon (Badman) LP
Mark Mothersbaugh – Lego Movie: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (Spacelab 9) LP
Mighty Mighty Bosstones: Question The Answers (Asbestos) LP
Mike Watt: Shit On Me (ORG) 7”
Mumford & Sons: The Wolf Believe (Glassnote) 7”
Neko Case: Fox Confessor Brings the Flood (Anti) LP DELAYED
Placebo: Placebo (Universal) LP DELAYED
Pulp: Freaks (Fire) LP
Pulp: It (Fire) LP
Pulp: Little Girls With Blue Eyes (Fire) 12”
Pulp: Separations (Fire) LP
Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings: Little Boys With Shiny Toys (Daptone) 7”
Sun Ra: Planets Of Live And Death (Strut) LP
TV On The Radio: Trouble Double (Universal) LP DELAYED
Wibbley Brothers: Go Weird (Trubshaw) LP

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