Record Store Day 2022 Titles
The TOY EP You’ve Got It Made With All The Toys) features the previously unheard “Shadow Man (Vocal and Piano Mix)”, an alternative, stripped-back mix of the TOY album track, along with the unreleased live versions of “I Dig Everything” and “The London Boys” recorded at the final Glastonbury warm-up show at the Roseland Ballroom, New York on 19th June, 2000.
The EP also contains three tracks, “You’ve Got A Habit of Leaving (Radio Edit)”, “Silly Boy Blue (Alternative Ending Mix)’ and “Can’t Help Thinking About Me (Live Mark Radcliffe Show BBD Radio 1 Session), previously only available as streaming singles and which are making their physical debut.
West coast legend C-Bo has long been praised as one of the true icons of Gangsta Rap. His album Orca (Deluxe) perfectly shows off his iconic status, and has long remained a fan favorite. With features from other legends like MC Eight, Paul Wall, E-40 and more, we truly expect fans to be rabidly excited about this first vinyl press.
1. Undergods Roll(feat. The Undergods)
2. Air Strike (Pop Killer) (feat. Canibus, DZK & D12
3. I Hustle
4. Bullets(feat. LM, Dubb20, Liq)
5. For Nothin (feat. King T & Slim Tha Mobsta)
6. Lyfe Is A Gamble (feat. Yukmouth & Tha Realest)
7. Addictive (feat. Slick Pull, Dead Mike & Brotha Lych Hung)
8. B**** I'm Ballin (feat. Paul Wall)
9. Murder One (feat. MC Eiht & BG Knockout)
10. Gattin TO The Money (feat. B-Legit)
11. Waiting On Me
12. New Beginning (feat. Ryder J Klyde, T-Nutty & Marvelous)
13. Killas Like Me (feat. Kokane, Lil Cyco & Killa Tay)
14. No Warning (feat. Young Buck & Omar "Big O" Gooding
15. Can't Grind Forever
16. F***** Wit It (feat. E-40)
17. Dramatic (feat. Marvelous & Killa Tay)
18. Everyday (feat. T-Nutty)
19. Let Me Sing My Song
A Certain Kind b/w Everybody's Talkin' is a double A-side 7" of cover songs by Weyes Blood, originally recorded by Soft Machine and Fred Neil. This limited edition of 2,000 worldwide on Blood Starburst color vinyl is available exclusively for Record Store Day 2022.
A Certain Kind b/w Everybody's Talkin'
Louisiana native John Fred was born in Baton Rouge and was a resident garage band leader in New Orleans throughout the 1960s. He and his Playboy Band are most well-known for his 1968 number 1 bubblegum pop rock single, "Judy In Disguise (With Glasses)."
The band recorded four albums for Paula Records during the late '60s. None of the albums have ever been re-released. The album that's named after the hit single is an underground psychedelic bubblegum pop album that is highly sought out by record collectors all over. None of their albums have ever been re-released on vinyl.
This RSD 2022 release is pressed on Psychedelic Purple vinyl!
1) Judy In Disguise (With Glasses)
2) Agnes English
3) Out of Left Field
4) She Shot A Hole In My Soul
5) Hey Hey Bunny
6) No Letter Today
7) Little Dum Dum
8) Tissue Paper
9) Lonely Are The Lonely
10) We Played Games
11) Up and Down
12) Off The Wall
40th Anniversary Edition of “A Celebration,” the 7th single from U2, originally released in March 1982 between the albums October and War. This 4-track EP contains 2 previously unreleased recordings: a studio out-take of the title track, plus a B-side and live favorite, “Trash, Trampoline and the Party Girl” recorded in October 2015 in Cologne, Germany, during the iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE tour. Limited Edition.
1. A Celebration - 02:55
2. A Celebration [Studio Out-take] - 02:52
1. Trash, Trampoline and The Party Girl - 02:34
2. Trash, Trampoline and The Party Girl [Live from the iNNOCENCE +eXPERIENCE Tour, Cologne 2015] - 03:16
Devotion: The Gold Edition commemorates the 10th anniversary of Jessie Ware’s breakthrough, Mercury Prize-nominated debut album (originally released in August 2012), featuring the original album plus 10 bonus tracks – most of which are being made available on vinyl for the first time. These include Jessie’s collaboration with Sampha (“Valentine”), a rework of “Wildest Moments” with A$AP Rocky, a remix of “Running” by Disclosure, and a host of cool remixes from the likes of Joe Goddard, Ewan Pearson, and Two-Inch Punch, previously only available digitally. Gatefold jacket features enhanced artwork with new sleeve notes from Jessie on how the album came about and what Devotion means to her ten years on. Limited Edition.
2. Wildest Moments
4. Still Love Me
5. No To Love
6. Night Light
1. Swan Song
2. Sweet Talk
3. If You're Never Gonna Move
4. Talking In Water
5. Something Inside
1. Imagine It Was Us
3. Wildest Moments [Remix]
4. Running [Disclosure Remix]
5. Strangest Feeling
6. What You Won't Do For Love
1. If You're Never Gonna Move [Two Inch Punch Remix]
2. No To Love [Ewan Pearson's Permissive Society Remix]
3. Night Light [Joe Goddard Remix]
4. Wildest Moments [Zed Bias aka MaddSlinky Remix]
This album, coming to vinyl for the first time as part of Record Store Day 2022, features Christian McBride in duet with Angelique Kidjo, Regina Carter, Sting, Eddie Palmieri, Roy Hargrove, Dr. Billy Taylor, Dee Dee Bridgewater, Hank Jones, George Duke, Chick Corea, Russell Malone, Ron Blake and Gina Gershon.
On limited edition, colored, numbered vinyl, first at record stores for Record Store Day.
Afirika (Angelique Kidjo),
Fat Bach and Greens (Regina Carter)
Consider Me Gone (Sting)
Guajeo y Tumbao (Eddie Palmieri)
Baubles, Bangles and Beads (Roy Hargrove)
Spiritual (Dr. Billy Taylor)
It's Your Thing (Dee Dee Bridgewater)
Alone Together (Hank Jones)
McDukey Blues (George Duke)
Tango Improvisation # 1 (Chick Corea)
Sister Rosa (Russell Malone)
Shake and Blake (Ron Blake)
Chitlins and Gefiltefish (Gina Gershon)
The album based on the multimillion-selling, Grammy Hall of Fame inducted title track, Harper Valley P.T.A, could loosely be considered a concept album focused on small town life. With the single, Jeannie C. Riley became the first woman with a number one hit on both the Billboard Pop and Country charts. Riley is at her best throughout the album, bringing her unique sass, wit, and vulnerability to each performance. Originally released in 1968, the album has been out of print since the 1970s. It’s finally coming back to vinyl with a limited edition color vinyl pressing, exclusively for Record Store Day 2022. This limited edition pressing includes new liner notes from Jeannie C. Riley herself, included on a bonus insert with additional photos.
A1 Harper Valley P.T.A. 3:12
A2 Widow Jones 2:42
A3 No Brass Band 2:25
A4 Mr. Harper 2:07
A5 Run Jeannie Run 3:22
A6 Shed Me No Tears 2:20
B1 The Cotton Patch 3:40
B2 Sippin' Shirley Thompson 2:02
B3 The Little Town Square 2:10
B4 The Ballad Of Louise 2:51
B5 Satan Place 3:20
Special double-sided picture disc of her latest album, star-crossed.
2. good wife
3. cherry blossom
4. simple times
5. if this was a movie..
1. camera roll
2. easier said
3. hookup scene
4. keep lookin' up
5. what doesn't kill me
6. there is a light
7. gracias a la vida
Lil Wayne’s 2011 mixtape Sorry 4 The Wait is back for the first time in its original format. Famous for his reimagining of popular records of the time from Adele, Miguel, Meek Mill, Drake, Waka Flocka Flame, Big Sean, Beyoncé, YC, Kreyshawn, and more, the classic mixtape was originally released as make-good to fans for the continued delay of Tha Carter IV. As a bonus, the 2022 version arrives with four new songs, including "Cameras" featuring new Young Money signee Allan Cubas, a verse from Lil Tecca on “Anti-Hero,” and the Yung Bleu-produced “Bleu Snappin’”.
1. Tunechi's Back
2. Tunechi Rollin'
3. Throwed (feat. Gudda Gudda)
4. One Big Room
5. Tunechi's Room
6. Twist Made Me
7. Grove Party (feat. Lil B)
9. Hands Up (My Last)
10. Sorry 4 The Wait
11. YM Inkredible (feat. Thugga, Raw Dizzy, Flow, T@)
13. Cameras (feat. Allan Cubas)
14. Lil Romeo
15. Anti-Hero (feat. Lil Tecca)
16. Bleu Snappin'
Recorded at the Dierks Studio in Stommeln, the album featured a line up of Edgar Froese, Chris Franke, and Steve Schroyder with guests Udo Dennebourg (flute) and Roland Pualyck (synthesizer). First released in Germany on the Ohr label, the influence of the album was immense, with the band creating imaginative soundscapes previously unheard on record.
This Esoteric Reactive edition for Record Store Day 2022 includes inner bags with an essay and rare photographs and has been re-mastered from recently discovered master tapes and was cut at Abbey Road Studios. It is a replica of the original 1971 Ohr Records gatefold LP release and also includes a bonus 12-inch 45 rpm EP featuring “Ozillator Planet Concert” which has never been officially re-released on vinyl since it first appeared as part of the 1971 double album “Ossiach Live”. Also included on this EP are both sides of the classic “Ultima Thule” single issued in Germany in 1971.
1A-SUNRISE IN THE THIRD SYSTEM 1B - FLY AND COLLISION OF COMA SOLA 2A - ALPHA CENTAURI 3A-OSZILLATOR PLANET CONCERT 3B-ULTIMA THULE PART ONE 3C =ULTIMA THULE PART TWO
A cornerstone of hip-hop’s new wave and the constant trendsetter, Chief Keef has managed to be both a fan favorite and highly respected by his peers. Sorry For The Weight, a longtime favorite of his fanbase, featuring hit songs, “Sosa Chamberlain” and “Ten Toes Down”. Keef fans will be ecstatic that this will be the first time it is available on vinyl.
1. Ain’t Nothin’
3. Sosa Chamberlain
4. Get Money
5. Hot Shit (feat. Andy Milonakis)
7. Vet Lungs
8. Ten Toes Down
9. That's What
10. Guess What Boy
12. What Up
14. Send It Up
16. He Don't know
17. On My Momma
18. Don't Want None
19. Yours (feat. Benji Glo)
21. I Want Some Money
This EP sees “Baggy Trousers” get its first outing as a 12”, with five additional tracks. Cover art is the iconic Humphrey Ocean cover illustration that graced the original 7” single in 1980.
1. Baggy Trousers (2009 – Remaster)
2. Le Grand Pantalon (Baggy Trousers)
3. Disappear (Remastered)
1. The Business
2. That’s The Way To Do It
3. On The Beat Pete (Remastered)
This limited edition picture disc is a collection of cover songs by bands like U2, Devo, Massive Attack and Exodus, previously released only in Brazil.
SIDE A 1. Messiah 2. Angel 3. Black Steel In The Hour Of Chaos SIDE B 1. Mongoloid 2. Mountain Song 3. Bullet The Blue Sky 4. Piranha
The Brilliant Adventure EP contains four unheard songs from the Outside era, and two tracks performed by Bowie and pianist Mike Garson at a fundraiser for the New York Public Theater at the Shakespeare Festival in New York on 18th September, 1995.
Recorded at the Hammersmith Apollo, London, 23 & 24 March 2011 and originally released the following year, Live Blood is exactly what its name suggests – the live incarnation of Peter Gabriel’s New Blood project where he reworked a chunk of his back catalogue for a 46-piece orchestra.
“I was determined that it shouldn’t be just a sort of ‘Hits goes to the Orchestra’. So we did two things different: one was to try to choose songs that were more textural, more journey songs, more evocative, ambient pieces and less the obviously structured pop songs, and the second thing we did was, we threw away the rock band; most people when they do orchestral projects keep the rock band and add orchestra, but we took away guitar, we took away bass, we took away drum kit, and in a way that meant that we were more committed and had only to use the colours of the palette of the orchestra.”
The album has been Half-Speed Remastered and cut to lacquers at 33RPM, across 3x heavyweight LPs, pressed on blood red vinyl.
Vinyl cut by Matt Colton at Metropolis Mastering and overseen by Peter’s main sound engineer Richard Chappell. The album comes in a gatefold sleeve with full colour printed inner bags and a download card with a choice of digital download (Hi-Res 24bit or 16bit).
3 The Boy in the Bubble
4 Aprčs Moi
1 The Drop
2 Washing of the Water
3 The Book of Love
5 The Power of the Heart
2 San Jacinto
3 Digging in the Dirt
4 Signal to Noise
1 Downside Up
2 Mercy Street
3 The Rhythm of the Heat
1 Blood of Eden
2 Red Rain
3 Solsbury Hill
1 In Your Eyes
2 Don’t Give Up
3 The Nest that Sailed the Sky
Vinyl: $10.99 Buy
Featuring a previously unreleased live version of the all-time classic song, recorded at Royal Albert Hall in 1970. The b-side is a live version of the classic "Who'll Stop the Rain" recorded in Oakland in 1970.
Side A: "Travelin' Band (Live at Royal Albert Hall, 1970)" / Side B: "Who'll Stop the Rain (Live at Oakland Coliseum, 1970)"
A must-have for any hip-hop fan’s record collection, Heavy Rhyme Experience: Vol. 1 returns to vinyl after more than a decade. The sophomore album from British acid jazz band the Brand New Heavies features a host of collaborations. Long ahead of its time when it was released in 1992, the album includes airtight rhymes by the likes of Gang Starr (“It’s Gettin’ Hectic”), The Pharcyde (“Soul Flower”), Kool G. Rap (“Death Threat”), and Masta Ace Incorporated (“Wake Me When I’m Dead”), all underscored by the Brand New Heavies’ live, laid-back grooves. This 30th Anniversary Edition is pressed on Orange vinyl.
1. Bonafied Funk (feat. Main Source)
2. It's Gettin' Hectic (feat. Gang Starr)
3. Who Makes The Loot? (feat. Grand Puba)
4. Wake Me When I'm Dead (feat. Masta Ace Incorporated)
5. Jump N' Move (feat. Jamalski)
1. Death Threat (feat. Kool G Rap)
2. State Of Yo (feat. Black Sheep)
3. Do Whatta Gotta Do (featuring Ed O.G)
4. Whatgabouthat (feat. Tiger)
5. Soul Flower (feat. The Pharcyde)
This is the continuation of the unveiling of rare and unreleased material from the Vega Vault, which started with Mutator in 2021. This is the first time Alan Vega's big hit "Jukebox Babe" has been reissued, and it will be backed with an early unreleased version of one of Alan's favorite tracks, "Speedway."
Jukebox Babe b/w Speedway
The second studio album by the Jackson 5, which peaked at #1 on Billboard charts in 1970 and sold millions of copies worldwide. Includes the hits "ABC" and "The Love You Save," which reached #1 on Billboard's Soul Singles chart and unseated the Beatles' "Let It Be" on the Hot 100. Available for the first time on 180g Blue LP.
1. The Love You Save
2. One More Chance
5. (Come 'Round Here) I'm The One You Need
6. Don't Know Why I Love You
7. Never Had a Dream Come True
8. True Love Can Be Beautiful
9. La La (Means I Love You)
10. I'll Bet You
11. I Found That Girl
12. The Young Folks
Best live recording from Roky's "comeback" era of 2005-2008 with The Explosives. Recorded at the Bowery Ballroom, New York City, NY on April 15, 2007. This double LP is pressed on white vinyl and includes an exclusive live performance DVD - Roky Erickson & The Explosives "Return of the Viking" - filmed August 10, 2007 at Oya Fest (Oslo, Norway).
This is a complete, unedited recording of a fiery performance representative of what Roky and Explosives were doing in the 2005-2008 "comeback" years. Excellent song selections and killer performance from top to bottom. Roky is in great voice and the band is in full force. The ONLY official release from this time period.
1) COLD NIGHT FOR ALLIGATORS 4:06
2) WHITE FACES 2:50
3) DON'T SHAKE ME LUCIFER 3:59
4) THE INTERPRETER 2:58
1) THE BEAST 6:55
2) BERMUDA 3:32
3) SPLASH 1 3:48
4) CREATURE WITH THE ATOM BRAIN 3:10
1) STARRY EYES 3:46
2) I THINK OF DEMONS 3:31
3) BLOODY HAMMER 5:23
4) BEFORE YOU ACCUSE ME 3:36
1) TWO HEADED DOG (RED TEMPLE PRAYER) 3:52
2) YOU'RE GONNA MISS ME 3:51
3) I WALKED WITH A ZOMBIE 5:00
4) THE WIND AND MORE 5:03
First time on vinyl in the US. 180g 2LP splatter w/download card. Not included in the recent Black Label Society box set.
13 Years of Grief
Stronger Than Death
All For You
Phoney Smile Fake Hellos
Lost My Better Half
Bored To Tears
Born To Booze
World Of Trouble
No More Tears
Heart of Gold
Like A Bird
Blood In The Wall
The Beginning… At Last
First time on vinyl for classic 2006 album
Bright Lights, Big City
Pin The Tail
Got It Poppin
We Flyg High
Love of My Life
Voicemail Skit 2
Don't Push Me
Freekey Zekey Skit
Don't Forget About Me
Not long before recording his first songs for Bright Eyes, 14-year-old singer-songwriter Conor Oberst co-founded Commander Venus alongside bassist (and future Cursive frontman) Tim Kasher, guitarist Robb Nansel (now president of Saddle Creek Records), and drummer Matt Bowen (who would soon join the Faint and be replaced by Ben Armstrong). After releasing their 1995 debut, Do You Feel at Home?, the Omaha indie rockers caught the attention of Wind-up Records, who backed the group’s sophomore album, The Uneventful Vacation. While The Uneventful Vacation marked the musicians’ final record together, before they each embarked on their next ventures, this formative album has since become a cult favorite in the ’90s emo canon. This 25th Anniversary Edition is pressed on Red & Black Smoke vinyl with all-analog mastering from the original tapes by Kevin Gray at Cohearent Audio. It also includes the bonus track, “Congratulations!” which appeared on the original vinyl release.
1. Jean's T.V.
2. Refused By Light
3. We'll Always Have Paris
4. The Uneventful Vacation (Part I)
5. Lock 'n' Chase
6. Life As Expected
1. The Way Things Had To Be
2. Dress To Please
3. The Walk-Around Problem
4. My Collapsing Frame
5. The Raining Holiday (Part II)
6. The Role Of The Hero In Antiquity
Brian Bennett is one of instrumental music's true cult figures. Drummer for Cliff Richard & The Shadows, Bennett also is the composer of some of the most collectible production music albums ever made, and for over 40 years has been a sought-after composer for TV and film. But of all his projects, his 1978 release "Voyage (A Journey into Discoid Funk)" is probably his most beloved, a truly pioneering "space disco" recording inspired by Brian Eno but wielding a groove all its own. Despite its absolutely eye-popping Discogs stats, our release marks its first vinyl reissue outside of Australia, and its first-ever release on colored vinyl (blue with black swirl), complete with original gatefold jacket art.
3. Chain Reaction
1. Pendulum Force
2. Air Quake
3. Ocean Glide
50 years of criminally overlooked recordings by one of the greatest R&B and rock vocalists ever! Darlene Love's work for Phil Spector gets most of the ink, and understandably so, but this 15-track collection captures her rare singles for the Reprise label with the vocal groups The Blossoms and The Wildcats, plus her own solo work. And the bonus tracks are priceless: you get her 1985 Elektra recording of "River Deep, Mountain High," her 2014 duet with Bette Midler on "He's Sure the Boy I Love," and two 1990 recordings for the Sire label! None of this material has ever been on LP, and this release comes with a 4-page insert featuring photos and extensive liner notes. An essential addition to the Darlene Love discography, pressed in teal vinyl limited to 3,500 copies worldwide!
1. TV Commercials – Barney Kessel and His Orchestra (featuring Darlene Love)
2. What Are We Gonna Do In ’64? – The Wildcats
3. 3625 Groovy Street – The Wildcats
4. That’s When the Tears Start – The Blossoms
5. Lovin’ – The Blossoms
6. Lover Boy – The Blossoms
7. My Love, Come Home – The Blossoms
8. Let Your Love Shine on Me – The Blossoms
9. Deep Into My Heart – The Blossoms
1. If – Darlene Love
2. Too Late to Say You're Sorry – Darlene Love
3. River Deep, Mountain High – Darlene Love
4. Mr. Fix-It – Darlene Love
5. He’s Sure the Boy I Love – Bette Midler & Darlene Love
6. Mr. Fix-It (1930s Version) (Bonus Track) – Darlene Love
Ultravox! Live at the Rainbow 1977 is available for the first time on vinyl with this special 45th Anniversary Edition. Recorded at the Rainbow Theatre in London, in February 1977, it features the original lineup of John Foxx (vocals, harmonica), Billy Currie (keyboards, violin), Stevie Shears (guitar), Chris Cross (bass), and Warren Cann (drums). Also included are three songs that didn’t make it on to the band’s eponymous debut album: “I Came Back Here to Meet You,” “T.V. Orphans” and “I Won’t Play Your Game.”
1. I Came Here To Meet You - Live
2. Modern Love - Live
3. Slip Away - Live
4. TV Orphans - Live
5. I Won't Play Your Game - Live
6. Wide Boys - Live
7. Saturday Night In The City Of The Dead - Live
8. The Wild, The Beautiful & The Damned - Live
9. Dangerous Rhythm - Live
15-year anniversary of The Go! Team's classic album 'Proof of Youth', repressed for the first time since 2007.
Bombing melodies into the stone-age with its needle-in-the-red, anti-production approach, Proof of Youth lurches from bubblegum pop to white noise in a heartbeat. This time the band bring a gang of glorious misfits to the party - including Public Enemy legend Chuck D, the original Double Dutch Divas, Maryland's pint sized Rapper's Delight Club, Marina from Bonde Do Role, Amsterdam based Solex and Washington DC's Frederick Douglas All Star Cheer Team.
Now reissued on limited edition bubble gum vinyl plus bonus flexi disc for Record Store Day 2022.
1. Grip Like A Vice 2. Doing It Right 3. My World 4. Titanic Vandalism 5. Fake ID 6. Universal Speech 7. Keys To The City 8. The Wrath Of Marcie 9. I Never Needed It Now So Much 10. Flashlight Fight (feat. Chuck D) 11. Patricia's Moving Picture
Elton John recorded the Thom Bell Sessions in 1977 but when it was released in 1979, it only featured 3 tracks. The Complete Thom Bell Sessions brings together the full recording session featuring the singles, “Are You Ready for Love” and the Top 10 hit, “Mama Can’t Buy You Love.” Available for the first time on colored vinyl, this reissue is pressed on 180-gram purple vinyl.
1. Nice And Slow
2. Country Love Song
3. Shine On Through [Thom Bell Version]
4. Mama Can't Buy You Love
5. Are You Ready For Love [Original Version]
6. Three Way Love Affair
Formed in 1976, Detective featured vocalist Michael Des Barres, guitarist Michael Monarch (Steppenwolf), bassist Bobby Pickett, ex-Yes keyboardist Tony Kaye, and drummer Jon Hyde. The band signed to Led Zeppelin's Swan Song label and released their self-titled debut album a year later. The album is being remastered from original analog tapes for its first vinyl pressing since 1977. Limited to 3,000 units worldwide and pressed on color vinyl, the record will be available exclusively for Record Store Day 2022. The reissue includes new packaging with an updated back cover, new liner notes and an insert.
Got Enough Love 3:59
Grim Reaper 4:10
Detective Man 3:25
Ain't None Of Your Business 4:29
Deep Down 3:06
Wild Hot Summer Nights 4:17
One More Heartache 5:22
Newly remastered for RSD, 1995's Incidental Music collects B-sides and unreleased tracks from Superchunk's fruitful early period, 1990 - 1994. Along with buried gems from the same recording sessions that would produce seminal 'chunk records like Foolish and No Pocky for Kitty, this collection also includes fan-favorite covers of songs originally by Magnetic Fields, The Verlaines, Motorhead and more. Available on color for the first time ever!
Shallow End | Mower | On the Mouth | Cadmium | Who Needs Light | Ribbon | Foolish | 100,000 Fireflies | Invitation | Makeout Bench | Baxter | Connecticut | Lying in State | Throwing Things (Acoustic) | I'll Be Your Sister | Night of Chill Blue | Forged It | Home at Dawn
Numbered, coloured vinyl version of the deluxe edition of Billy's debut album.
1. The Milkman Of Human Kindness 2. To Have And To Have Not 3. Richard 4. A New England 5. The Man In The Iron Mask 6. The Busy Girl Buys Beauty 7. Lovers Town Revisited 8. Intro 9. Lovers Town Revisited 10. To Have And To Have Not 11. The Busy Girl Buys Beauty 12. The Man In The Iron Mask 13. Richard 14. The Milkman Of Human Kindness 15. A New England
Donna Summer became the first artist signed to the new Geffen Records label in 1980, and her second album for the label was the 1982 classic Donna Summer, which saw her enter new territory, with production duties by Quincy Jones.
The album’s R&B/pop dynamic featured a Who’s Who of the industry, from the album’s lead single “Love Is In Control (Finger On The Trigger)”, to the All Star Chorus on the Jon and Vangelis-written “State Of Independence”, the beautiful “The Woman In Me”, the James Ingram vocal harmonies on “Mystery Of Love”, and the Bruce Springsteen-penned and performed “Protection”.
This newly mastered picture disc LP celebrates the album’s 40th Anniversary.
1. Love Is In Control (Finger On The Trigger)
2. Mystery Of Love
3. The Woman In Me
4 .State Of Independence
1. Livin' In America
3. (If It) Hurts Just A Little
4. Love Is Just A Breath Away
5. Lush Life
A long-overlooked gem from the Fantasy Records vaults, the 1972 album Sister Woman finds Esther Marrow incorporating socially-conscious lyricism with a blend of jazz, gospel, and R&B influences, backed by an all-star line-up of musicians including drummer Bernard Purdie, guitarist Cornell Dupree, and bassist Chuck Rainey. Back on vinyl for the first time since its original release, this reissue features all-analog mastering from the original analog tapes by Kevin Gray at Cohearent Audio and is pressed on 180-gram black vinyl at RTI. Housed in a tip-on jacket.
1. Woman In the Window
3. Trade Winds
4. Turn On To Jesus
1. Rainy Night In Georgia
2. Things Ain't Right
3. Ask Me To Dance
4. And When I Die
Any ‘90s punk fan will surely remember coveting a copy of Go Ahead Punk…Make My Day – a classic CD sampler from Nitro Records. Originally released in 1996, the album delivered early cuts from some of the biggest names in West Coast punk. Available for the first time on vinyl, this reissue features 10 high-energy tracks from AFI, Guttermouth, Jughead’s Revenge, The Vandals, and The Offspring – including the latter band’s cover of “Hey Joe,” a long sought-after fan favorite which was previously exclusive to this compilation. Pressed on Orange Splatter vinyl.
1. Guttermouth - God's Kingdom
2. The Vandals - Marry Me
3. AFI - He Who Laughs Last
4. Jughead's Revenge - Tearing Down the World
5. The Offspring - Hey Joe
1. The Vandals - Let the Bad Times Roll
2. Jughead's Revenge - People's Pal
3. Guttermouth - Derek
4. AFI - Wake Up Call
5. The Offspring - Beheaded
Vinyl: $49.99 Buy
Paul Butterfield met aspiring blues guitarist Elvin Bishop in the early 1960s and with bassist Jerome Arnold and drummer Sam Lay (both from Howlin Wolf’s touring band), the new group secured a highly successful club engagement at Big John’s Folk Club in Chicago, bringing them to the attention of producer Paul A. Rothchild. During their engagement, Butterfield met and occasionally sat in with guitarist Mike Bloomfield. Rothchild was impressed with the chemistry between the two and having persuaded Paul to bring Bloomfield into the band, eventually signed them to Elektra Records in 1964. This Deluxe 3LP expanded edition of The Paul Butterfield Band’s lost sessions from the 1964-1966 era features the classic line-up working through blues classics. It is the first time this killer collection is available on vinyl and is expanded to include unreleased demo and alternate tracks recently found in the Warner Vaults.
The Brilliant Adventure EP contains four unheard songs from the Outside era, and two tracks performed by Bowie and pianist Mike Garson at a fundraiser for the New York Public Theater at the Shakespeare Festival in New York on 18th September, 1995.
While overshadowed by its euphonic earworm, this is a remarkably deep and diverse album. With saccharin-saturated jangly pop that verges on bubblegum ('If I Could'), infectious Vox organ propelled grooves ('Sound Of Love'), fuzz-driven garage ('Reality') and the splendid and inventive sonic atlas 'Big Cities'! Come for the single, stay for the album! All analog, pressed on Abnak gold vinyl!
1. Western Union
2. Gimme Some Lovin’
3. Husbands & Wives
4. If I Could
6. Big Cities
7. Sound Of Love
8. I Put A Spell On You
9. Tell Ann I Love Her
11. Now That It’s Over
During this famous concert, which features the iconic 1975 line-up of Edgar Froese, Chris Franke and Peter Baumann, Tangerine Dream performs for the first time the "Ricochet" album. This deluxe double LP package includes an OBI strip, double album jacket, printed inner sleeves a two special zootrope picture-discs.
Opera Reims Part. 1 | Opera Reims Part. 2 | Opera Reims Part. 3
Previously only available as a digital release, B-Sides and Live (2001-2005) brings together rare recordings by new wave legends Echo & the Bunnymen. Stand out tracks include acoustic versions of “Make Me Shine” and “Nothing Lasts Forever” along with recordings of “Killing Moon” and “Lips Like Sugar” from the 2005 Reading Festival. Demon Records is proud to present the first physical release of this collection, pressed on two 180g clear vinyl exclusively for Record Store Day 2022.
1. Marble Towers
2. Scratch The Past
3. Rescue (Mindwinder's Remix)
4. A Promise (Lo Fi Lullabye #1)
1. SuperMellowMan (Instrumental)
2. Ticket To Ride
3. What If We Are
4. Stormy Weather (Instrumental Version)
1. Make Me Shine (Acoustic)
2. Nothing Lasts Forever (Acoustic Version)
3. In The Margins
4. Villiers Terrace
1. In The Margins (Live At Reading Festival 2005)
2. Nothing Lasts Forever (Live At Reading Festival 2005)
3. Killing Moon (Live At Reading Festival 2005)
4. Lips Like Sugar (Live At Reading Festival 2005)
12" Vinyl: $32.99 Buy
Everything but the Girl were an English musical duo, formed in Kingston upon Hull, England in 1982, consisting of lead singer and occasional guitarist Tracey Thorn and guitarist, keyboardist, producer and singer Ben Watt. Everything but the Girl received eight Gold and two Platinum album BPI Certifications in the UK, and one gold album RIAA Certification in the US.
• Following the success of Ben Watt’s 2020 RSD release Summer Into Winter EP, Cherry Red Records presents a 40th Anniversary of the Everything But The Girl classic Night And Day single
• Originally released on Cherry Red Records in 1982, Night And Day was the debut single from Ben Watt and Tracey Thorn performing as Everything But The Girl, who had huge success, both as a group and individually as solo artists.
• Remastered at Abbey Road Studios for Record Store Day, this classic indie single is treated to a well-deserved and long-awaited 40th Anniversary release with the artwork revisited to honor the occasion.
SIDE A: Night And Day
SIDE B1: Feeling Dizzy
SIDE B2: On My Mind
Originally released in 1968 as an LA studio concept album, this instrumental album is a remarkable fusion of the psychedelic sounds of sitar and mellotron with angular guitar riffs and hard drum breaks. Featuring a lineup of Ry Cooder, Jim Gordon, Mike Deasy, and The Wrecking Crew (Los Angeles' top studio session musicians). The band recorded only this one album and most of the personnel went on to greater achievements. The quintessence of psychedelic rock in its full-blooming 1968ness. Features original cover artwork by Rick Griffin (Grateful Dead, Jimi Hendrix, Neil Young). Pressed on clear blue vinyl. Limited edition of 2000 copies
Aton I , Aton II
This album came out on vinyl only in Europe, so one can only imagine the pent-up demand for an LP reissue of this 1991 classic from the Voďvod catalog (especially in Canada, where the band is worshipped). Produced by Terry Brown of Rush fame, Angel Rat moved the band further into spacy psychedelic territory with such tracks as "Golem" and the title track. A mesmerizing, moody head trip of a record. Deep purple with lime "monster" green swirl vinyl limited to 6000 copies worldwide.(Limited Deep Purple with Lime Monster Green Swirl Vinyl Edition)
Shortwave Intro; Panorama; Clouds in My House; The Prow; Best Regards; Twin Dummy; Angel Rat; Golem; The Outcast; Nuage Fractal; Freedoom; None of the Above
2 x LP: $54.99 Buy
A special double LP Record Store Day 2022 exclusive, featuring two albums by the late Jay Bennett (Wilco) alongside the 2021 feature-length documentary "Where are you, Jay Bennett?," packaged in a gatefold jacket.
"Where are you, Jay Bennett?" is a feature-length documentary on Jay Bennett, a legendary musician who, as a member of Wilco, was a large part of the genius behind their three seminal albums (Being There, Summerteeth, and Yankee Hotel Foxtrot -- he co-wrote most of Summerteeth and YHF with Jeff Tweedy) as well as the Mermaid Avenue/Woody Guthrie sessions with Billy Bragg, and who went on to a critically acclaimed solo career, before dying tragically at the age of 45
"Whatever Happened I Apologize" is best described by Brian Robbins of JamBands.com: "a departure from much of his past work. Simply put, the master of what-this-track-needs-is-one-more-weird-noise-and-it'll-be-perfect (and staunch defender of vinyl) has offered up a digital-only acoustic album much of it just the man, his guitar, and some pretty open emotions.”
"Kicking at the Perfumed Air" is a beautiful collection of personal songs that Jay Bennett was working on when he died. Released posthumously, the album was praised for its subtle beauty. Pitchfork said: "But Perfumed works simply because Bennett was such a keen craftsman, his mournfulness so elegantly expressed, and as such, nevertheless serves as a fitting elegy for an under-appreciated and occasionally misunderstood songsmith and musician taken too soon."
Whatever Happened I Apologize:
1 Another Town Another Ride Another Window 3:05
2 I Don't Have The Time 1:51
3 I'll Decorate My Love 3:42
4 The Engines Are Idle 4:51
5 How Dull They Make The Razor 3:01
6 Without The Benefit Of Sight 4:39
7 Hank 2:23
8 Talk And Talk And Talk 4:55
9 Wicket World 3:51
10 Little Blue Pills
Kicking at the Perfumed Air
1 Diamond Smiles
2 Second-Last Call
3 Twice A Year
4 Mirror Ball
6 Hotel Song
8 When Heaven Hel The World
9 M Plates
10 Cartoon Physics
The 1984 film Breakin' is, for many, a reference point for the explosion of hip-hop in the United States and across the world. With its colorful cast of characters and dazzling array of dance moves, the movie became an international hit and the soundtrack captures the sounds that inspired an entire generation of breakers and b-boys to push their craft to new heights. Anchored by the Billboard Top 10 hit single “Breakin'...There's No Stopping Us Now” by Ollie & Jerry, Breakin' pulses with the electric funk beats and early hip-hop flavors.
Out of print on vinyl for nearly a decade, Get On Down presents this pivotal soundtrack in a never-to-be-repeated clear vinyl pressing.
1. Breakin’...There’s No Stopping Us - Ollie and Jerry
2. Freakshow OnThe Dance Floor - Bar-Kays
3. Body Work - Hot Streak
4. 99 1/2 - Carol LynnTownes
5. Showdown - Ollie and Jerry
1. Heart OfThe Beat - 3-V
2. Street People - Fire Fox
3. Cut It - Re-Flex
4. Ain’t Nobody - Rufus and Chaka Khan
5. Reckless - Chris “The Glove” Taylor and David Stoors