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August 31, 2018

The Band – Music From Big Pink
Black Mirror – Look Into The Black Mirror

Boogarins – La Vem Morte
Alice Cooper – At The Olympia, Paris
Depeche Mode – Speak & Spell The  12″ Singles
Depeche Mode – A Broken Frame 12″ Singles
Fairground Attraction – First of a Million Kisses
Charlie Haden & Pat Metheny – Beyond The Missouri Sky
Son House – The Legendary Son House

Iron & Wine – Weed Garden
Jethro Tull –  50th Anniversary Collection
Amos Lee – My New Moon
Nick Mason – Unattended Luggage
Mogwai – Kin
Morrissey – This Is Morrissey
Graham Nash – Over The Years
Lee Perry – Game of Thrones
Pet Shop Boys – Behaviour
Pet Shop Boys – Bilingual
Madeleine Peyroux – Anthem
Prong – Cleansing
Saint Seneca – Pillar of Na
Horace Silver Quintet – Doin’ The Thing
Paul Simon – One Trick Pony
Paul Simon – Rhythm of the Saints
Soundgarden – A-Sides
Suicidal Tendencies – Lights Camera Revolution
Sufjan Stevens – The Avalanche, Outtakes & Extras from the Illinois Album
Tash Sultana – Flow State
Denis Tek – Lot For Words
Various Artists – Cumbias Psicodelicas Vol. 1

August 24, 2018

Alborosie  – Alborosie Meets the Wailers United – Unbreakable
Dennis Alcapone – Investigator Rock

Alice In Chains – Rainier Fog
Jeff Buckley – Sketches for My Love The Drunk
Cypress Hill – Black Sunday
Mac DeMarco – 2 Demos
Mac DeMarco – Salad Days Demos
Devil Makes Three – Chains Are Broken
Devotchka – The Night Falls Forever
The Frights – Hypochondriac
Grant Green – Grantstand
Roy Haynes – Cymbalism
Thee Hypnotics – Righteously Re-Charged
Interpol – Marauders
Michael Jackson – Bad (Pic Disc)
Michael Jackson – Dangerous (Pic Disc)
Michael Jackson – History (Pic Disc)
Michael Jackson – Invincible (Pic Disc)
Michael Jackson – Off The Wall (Pic Disc)
E.V.Kain – Yes, No, Maybe / Sun’s Holiday 7″
King Curtis – Soul Meeting
The Kooks – Let’s Go Sunshine
Bob Marley – Kaya 40th Anniversary Edition
Ken McIntyre – Looking Ahead
Jackie McLean – Destination …
Gilbert O’Sullivan – Gilbert O’ Sullivan
Ohmme – Parts
Pedro The Lion – Control
TheResidents – I Am A Resident
JimmtySmith – The Sermon
Patti Smith – Outside Society
Candi Staton – Unstoppable
Sunny War – With The Sun
Dinah Washington – Dinah Jams
Bukka White – Early Recordings
White Denim – Performance
The Yardbird – 1966 Live & Rare
Neil Young – Hawks & Doves
Neil Young – Re-Ac-Tor
Neil Young – This Note’s For You
Various Artists – Trojan Ska & Reggae Classics

August 17, 2018

Animal Collective – Tangerine Reef
Bad Religion – The New America
The Beach Boys – With The Royal Philharmonic
Jess Sah Bi  & Peter One – Our Garden Needs Its Flowers
Chic – An Evening With Chic
Julee Cruise – Three Demos
Julee Cruise – The Voice of Love

Death Cab For Cutie – Thank You For Today
Follakzoid feat. J. Spaceman – London Sessions

It should come as no surprise to fans of the Chilean trio Föllakzoid that upon meeting the legendary Jason Pierce a.k.a. J. Spaceman (Spacemen 3, Spiritualized), they discovered they were kindred spirits. Föllakzoid and Spaceman’s projects share a restless drive to explore the outer limits of music, as well as an uncanny ability to lock into a groove until it infiltrates the deepest recesses of the listener’s psyche. When Föllakzoid met Spaceman backstage at a Wooden Shjips gig at London’s Electric Ballroom several years ago, they instantly became friends.

For London Sessions, the Chileans and Spaceman joined forces for new live renditions of “Electric” and “Earth,” two highlights from Föllakzoid’s III. The recordings were made in a private studio in London while Föllakzoid was on tour in Europe in June 2016, and Spaceman’s contributions breathe new life into the songs.

“Jason added a very different harmonic atmosphere to the songs,” guitarist Domingo Garcia-Huidobro explained. “It somehow rearticulated the space and metric that already existed in a way the band never could. These new versions have a different edge.” Originally released in 2017, this is a limited edition vinyl release of 2000 worldwide.

Great Lake Swimmers – The Waves. The Wake
Judas Priest – Defenders of the Faith
Judas Priest – Ram It Down
Judas Priest – Priest Live
Mark Kozelek – Mark Kozelek
Mitski – Be The Cowboys

Pere Ubu – Cloudland
Scorpions – Taken By Force
Scorpions – Tokyo Tapes

Siouxsie & The Banshees – Join Hands
Siouxsie & The Banshees – Juju
Siouxsie & The Banshees – Tinderbox
Siouxsie & The Banshees – Through The Looking Glass
Thee Oh Sees – Smote Reverser
Toots & The Maytals – Funky Kingston
Why? – Alopecia
 Regular version and deluxe edition on tri-colored vinyl and bonus 7″.
Various Artists – Teen Expo: The Cleopatra Label (Numero 074) From a basement in New Jersey, Tommy Falcone remade himself into a DIY Phil Spector. From 1962 to 1970, he founded and ran Cleopatra Records, discovered and mentored young Garden State talent, wrote songs and produced wild studio effects, and quit his day job to promote it all himself. Trained as an accordionist, Falcone had a whirlwind imagination and an omnivorous approach to genre, expressed through acts like the Centuries, the Tabbys, Johnny Silvio, the Inmates, Bernadette Carroll, the Hallmarks, Vickie & the Van Dykes, the Shandillons, Eugene Viscione, the Shoestring, and more. Cleopatra became a time-capsule of every 1960s pop style imaginable—garage rock, psychedelia, surf, girl groups, soul, novelties, exotica, even a crooner—a kaleidoscope of sound in search of the ever-elusive hit record.

August 10, 2018

Amps – Pacer
The Beths – Future Me Hates Me
Kenny Burrell – At The Five Spot
Neko Case – Furnace Room Lullaby
Neko Case – the Tigers Have Spoken
Club Soul – Twisted Wheel
The Easybeats – Absolute Anthology
El Hijo De La Cumbia – Genero Genero
Ethiopeans – Woman Capture Man
The Fall – 458489 A Sides
Giant Sand – Return to Valley Sand
Gladiators – Presenting the Gladiators

Dave Holland – Uncharted
Shooter Jennings – Shooter
Steve  Lacy – Reflections
Litter – Action Woman EP
Litter – Wretch
Mike – Black Soap
Moldy  Peaches – Moldy Peaches
Hugh Mundell – Jah Fire

Gram Parsons – Another Side of this Life
Reggae Roast Soundsystem Featuring Tippa Irie – Real Reggae Music 7″
Clarence Reid – Running Water
Rezillos – Can’t Stand the Rezillos
Rezillos – Mission Accomplished
Walter Salas-Humara – Walterio
ShadowParty – ShadowParty
Shovels & Rope – Predecssors
Judee Sill – Songs of Rapture & Redemption: Rarities & Live
Sun 0))) – White2
Twisted Sister – Live At The Marquee 1983
Tom Waits – Blue Valentine
Gillian Welch – Soul Journey

Weller – Weller
Wu-Tang Clan – Pearl Harbor Deluxe Edition
Warren Zevon – The Wind

Various Artists – Trojan Records Boxset: • 4 vinyl LPs, showcasing the hits, rarities and rare ‘commercial reggae’ tracks • Two 7″ singles, highlighting previously unreleased and brand new recordings • Two 3CD collections, featuring a total of over 130 tracks with 69 make their digital debut • A 100+ page book featuring essays and full scale reproductions of 50 of the most iconic Trojan album sleeves from the past 50 years • High quality Trojan slipmat • Stunning A2 poster • Stylish Trojan patch • Wooden Trojan 7″ single adapter Launched in the summer of 1968, Trojan Records was instrumental in introducing the sound of reggae to the world at large. By the mid-Seventies, the label had enjoyed over 30 significant mainstream chart hits by such illustrious performers as Desmond Dekker, the Maytals, Bob & Marcia, John Holt, Ken Boothe, Dave & Ansel Collins, the Pioneers – and many, many more. Alongside these major successes, Trojan showcased the work of literally hundreds of Jamaican music makers, from artists whose careers remain shrouded in mystery to future international recording stars. Over the years since it’s creation, the iconic label has continued to grow and develop, attracting new fans with each new generation. 2018 witnesses Trojan’s half centenary and to celebrate this most momentous of years comes a super deluxe multi-format box set, which reflects the amazing diversity of the label’s output over the past 50 years. Presented on an array of vinyl and CD titles are all the major UK hits, numerous Jamaican best-sellers, hundreds of rarities that see issue for the first time in decades, and two brand new recordings by British dancehall don, Tippa Irie. In addition, the set includes an array of essential items, including a stunning book on Trojan album sleeve artwork and variety of stylish accessories.
Various Artists – Warner Brothers Records I Wanna Be Sedated: From The Underground
Various Artists – The Wonderful Sounds of Female Vocals

August 3, 2018

Jeff Buckley – Mystery White Boy
The Byrds – Sweetheart of the Rodeo
Chameleons – What Does Anything Mean? Basically
Alice Coltrane – Lord of Lord
The Cranberries – Something Else
Chanti Darling – RNB Vol. 1
John David & The Jerks – I Love You Means I’m Lucky
The Doors – Hello I Love You / Love Street 7″ (mono re-issue)
Fugees – Refugee Camp
Robbie Fulks & Linda Gail Lewis – Wild! Wild!
Marvin Gaye – Midnight Love
Hampton Grease Band – Music To Eat
Ted Hawkins – Watch Your Step
Monk Higgins – Extra Soul Perception
James – Living in Extraordinary Times
Jim Lauderdale – Time Flies
Little Ugly Girls – Little Ugly Girls Tasmanian noise rockers
Lykke Li – So Sad So Sexy
Lucero – Among The Ghosts
Nas – Nastradamus
Spider Bags – Someday
Various Artists – Lotta Love: Sounds California

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