Record Store Day 4/20/13 list:

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CD’S:

Artist - Quantity(Frederick/Silver Spring) – Price


Ani DiFranco – Buffalo – 3/2 - $11.99
Built to Spill – Live – 8/2 - $13.99
Codeine – What About The Lonely – 0/0
Gaslight Anthem – Handwritten Deluxe – 1/1 - $23.99
Grateful Dead – Rare Cuts – 6/2 - $16.99
Half Japanese Half Gentlemen/Not Beasts – 0/0
Imagine Dragons – Live – 0/0
King Crimson – Going Schizoid – 2/1 - $35.99
Mumford & Sons – Live At Bull Moose – 2/0 - $5.99
REM – Live in Greensboro – 2/1 - $7.99
Sarah Jarosz – Live At – 0/1 - $9.99
Satellites – Satellites 0.1 – 4/1 - $19.99
Scanner - Hypertrace – 0/0
Scanner – Terminal Earth – 0/0 
Tom The Lion – Adventures of – 0/1 - $19.99
White Mystery – Telepathic – 0/0

7” VINYL (45'S)
Artist - Quantity(Frederick/Silver Spring) – Price

Adrian Lloyd – Lorna – 5/5 - $7.99 

Alain Johannes / Peasant – Split single – 3/3 - $10.99
Alfred Hitchcock Presents -TV Theme Songs Death Waltz – 0/0

Atmosphere – Demosexual – 1/1 - $7.99

AstralWerks 20/20 - Various Artists – 20th Anniversary Flexi Box Set – 2/1 - $19.99
Avett Brothers and Randy Travis – Music From CMT – 2/3 - $6.99
Best Coast – Fear of My Identity – 3/4 - $4.99
Biffy Clyro – Black Chandelier – 2/1 - $6.99
Billy Bragg – No One Knows – 4/4 - $9.99
Billy Talent – Stand Up and Run – 2/1 - $9.99
Black Keys / Iggy & The Stooges – No Fun – 9/4 - $6.99
Black Lips / Icky Blossoms split – Cowboy Knights – 2/2 - $7.99
Blu – Thelonius King – 1/1 - $8.99
Bob Dylan – Wigwam – 12/10 - $6.99
Boy Sets Fire – Bled Dry – 8/6 - $9.99
Brendon Benson – Diamond – 1/1 - $5.99
Cake – Sheep Go To Heaven – 20/8 - $5.99
Cheech & Chong – Earache My Eye – 3/4 - $9.99
Chelsea Wolfe / King Duke – Sing Songs Together – 1/1 - $7.99
Chet Atkins – Midnight – 5/5 - $8.99
Cotillion Records - Various Artists – (10 x 7”s) – 0/0
Cooper – I Wanna Love You – 2/4 - $6.99
Dan Deacon – Konono Ripoff No 1 – 1/1 - $8.99
David Bowie – Drive-In Saturday – 2/2 - $15.99
David Bowie – The Stars – 5/3 - $6.99
Deep Purple / Type O Negative – Highway Star – 2/2 - $6.99

Dio / Killswitch Engage Split 45 – Holy Diver – 4/2 - $6.99
Donny Hathaway – Never My Love – 0/1 – $6.99
Doors / X – Soul Kitchen – 1/0 - $6.99
Drew Holcomb and the Neighbors – Live At Eddie’s Attic – 1/1 -$7.99
Duran Duran – Is There Something – 0/0 (UK Only)
Earth Crisis – Firestorm – 9/2 - $6.99
Eli Paperboy Reed – WooHoo – 2/0 - $6.99
Elizabeth Cook / Jason Isbell – Tecumesh / Pancho & Lefty – 3/2 - $5.99
Elliot Smith – Alternate – 7/6 - $7.99
Frank Turner – Recovery – 0/1
Frank Zappa & The Mothers of Invention – I’m The Slime – 1/1 - $7.99
Free Energy – Girls Want Rock – 1/1 - $5.99
Fur, Fawn – The Hounds Below – 0/0
Get On Down Records – Beat Box: A Drum Machine Obsession Tr90R – 1/2 - $22.99
Gil Scott Heron & Brian Jackson – The Bottle – 0/0
Golden Void – Rise To The Out  – 1/0 - $8.99
Gonn – Established 1966 – 4/1 - $14.99
Handsome Ned – In Spite Of The Danger – 1/1 - $9.99
Hanni El Khatib – Skinny Little Girl  – 0/1 - $12.99
Hold Steady – Criminal Fingers – 0/1 - $7.99
Husker Du – Amusement (2x7”) – 4/4 - $14.99
Ides of Gemini – Hexagram – 6/4 - $7.99
Invisible Hands (Alan Bishop of Sun City Girls) – Insect Dilemma – 0/0
Ilsa / Seven Sisters of Sleep – Messiah split – 9/6 - $12.99
Iron & Wine – Next To Paradise – 3/4 - $7.99
Jacco Gardner – 4-Way Covers – 1/1 - $10.99
JD McPherson – Fire Bug – 1/1 - $4.99
Jethro Tull – Living In The Past – 0/0
Jimi Hendrix – Hey Joe – 9/6 - $9.99
Jimmy Eat World – Damage – 1/1 - $7.99
Josh Rouse – Julie – 2/2 - $9.99
Katatonia – Buildings – 1/1 - $13.99
Lakes of Grass and Gold – Landscape of Open Eyes – 1/1 - $7.99
Like Rats – Like Rats – 9/6 - $8.99
Lonely Island - Yolo – 2/1 - $12.99
Los Straitjackets and Freddy Cannon – The Sox Are Rockin – 5/5 - $8.99
Low & Dirty – Three In The Fishtank – 0/0
Luther – How Can We Rest – 0/0
Mike Cooley – To Pretty To Work – 2/1 - $6.99
Mike Watt & The Black Gang – Rebel Girl – 2/1 - $7.99
Minus Five – Rockin Here – 1/1 - $7.99
Misfits – Skulls – 2/1 - $7.99
Moistboyz / Hello=Fire – Split – 4/4 - $10.99
Moby featuring Mark Lanegan – The Lonely Night – 0/0
Mystery Side by Side Release – artist kept a mystery – 10/4 - $6.99
Neal Casal – Mountains – 1/1 - $6.99
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds – Animal X – 3/3 - $7.99
Night Marchers / Mrs. Magician – split – 0/0
Non Phixion – I Shot Regan – 3/4 - $11.99
O & S Flowers – Turn To Fire – 1/2 - $6.99
Old 97's & Waylon Jennings – Iron Road – 1/2 - $13.99
Patty Griffin – Ohio – 1/1 - $7.99
Paul Weller – Sonik Kicks ( Limited to 600 copies) - 2/2 - $57.99
Phoenix – Entertainment – 1/1 - $6.99
Pink Floyd – See Emily Play – 2/2 - $13.99
Poison Idea – Filthkick – 1/1 - $8.99
Pornography (Ryan Adams early punk band) – 7 Minutes In – 6/6 - $7.99
Pretty & Nice – Q – 0/1 -$6.99
Public Image Ltd – Cowboy Song – 3/2 - $7.99
Pujol – Deep Cuts – 2/2 - $7.99
Rancid – Rancid Essentials – 1/1 - $299.99
Repos,The – Rejoice In Ruin – 3/3 - &9.99
Richard Thompson – Salford Sunday – 1/1 - $7.99
Rifle Diet – Abuse Begets Abuse – 0/0
Ringo Starr – Singles Box – 4/3 - $29.99
Ringworm – 1991 Demos – 8/5 - $9.99
Roky Erickson – Mine Mine Mind – 2/1 - $7.99
Rolling Stones – Five By Five – 1/1 - $9.99
Sean Rowe – To Leave Something – 1/1 - $6.99
Section 25 – My Outrage – 1/1 - $17.99
Seeds – Bad Part of Town – 5/5 - $12.99
Shangri-Las – Remember – 0/1 - $13.99
Sharon Van Etten – We Are Fine – 1/1 - $6.99
Shearwater & Sharon Van Etten – Stop Draggin My Heart – 2/1 - $5.99
Silverstein / August Burns Red – Four Minutes Being Cool –1/1 - $7.99
Sir Douglas Quintent – Mendocino – 5/5 - $12.99
Slipknot – Slipknot – 12/8 - $5.99
Small Faces - Green Circles – 1/1 - $13.99
Small Faces – Here Comes The Nice – 1/1 - $13.99
Snapcase – Steps – 5/2 - $6.99
Snoop Lion - No Guns Allowed – 0/1 - $4.99
Songs for Slim Volume 3 – Rockin Here Tonight – 0/0
Sonny & The Sunsets – Imagine – 0/2 - $6.99
Sophia Knapp – Times Square – 2/1 - $5.99
South Park – San Diego – 6/3 - $7.99
Star Trek - TV Theme Songs Death Waltz – – 0/0
Street Dogs, The – Crooked Drunken Sons – 3/3 - $6.99
Surfer Blood – Demon Dance – 2/1 - $6.99
Superchunk – Void – 1/1 - $6.99
Svarte Greiner / Lakes of Grass and Gold – Landscape of Open Eyes – 0/0
T.S.O.L. – You Don’t Have To Die – 3/3 - $11.99
Testament – Animal Magnetism – 0/0
Testament – Dark Roots – 2/1 - $7.99
Thermals – Desperate Ground – 1/2 - $6.99
Toadies – Down By The Water – 1/1 - $5.99
Tommy Keene – Back To Zero Now – 0/0
Touche Amore & Title Fight Split 45 – Crescent Shaped Depression – 1/1 - $7.99
Trashmen, The – Mean Woman Blues – 1/1 - $9.99
Trey Anastasio – Trey – 2/1 - $12.99
TV Theme Songs Death Waltz – Twilight Zone – 0/0
Ty Segall – Ty Rex – 0/0
Uncluded – Delicate Cycle – 1/1 - $7.99
Various Artists – Cotillion Records (10 x 7”s) – 0/0
Virgins – Flashback Memories – 2/1 - $6.99
Walla – Never Give Up – 6/6 - $8.99
Wedding Present, The – Two Chansons – 0/0
Whirr – Part Time Punks Session – 3/2 - $10.99
Whitehorse – Devil's Got A gun – 0/1 - $9.99
White Mandingo, The – Mandingos – 1/1 - $9.99
Willie Nelson – Roll Me Up – 9/4 - $9.99
ZZ Ward – Grinnin In Your Face – 1/1 - $4.99


10” VINYL
Artist - Quantity(Frederick/Silver Spring) – Price


Animals, The – The Animals Are Back – 4/4 - $12.99
Animals, The – The Animals Are Here – 3/3 - $12.99

Beak – 0898/Welcome To The Machine (limited to 150 Copies) – 1/1 - $17.99

Bombino – Azamane Tiliade – 3/4- $8.99

Bonobo – The North Borders Box Set includes 7 x 10”s, CD and 3 posters) – 0/1 - $56.99

Dave Brubeck Trio – Distinctive Rhythm – 1/1

Face to Face – The Other Half – 0/0
Garbage – Because The Night – 10/4 - $10.99
Ghoul – Intermediate Level – 0/0
Herman Dune – Monument Park – 1/1 - $12.99
Bussard, Joe – Guitar Rag – 8/4 - $19.99
Josephine Foster – Little Life (10” + CD on Fire Records * Limited to 50 copies) – 3/2 - $29.99
Justin Townes Earle – Yuma – 0/0

Kate Nash – Free My Pussy (Heart shaped red vinyl) – 1/1 - $10.99

Lee Scratch Perry & The Upsetters – Chapter 1 – 5/5 - $36.99

Little John's Clark – Booty – 0/0
Marshall Crenshaw – Stranger and Stranger – 3/2 - $13.99
Mumford & Sons – Live at Bull Moose – 10/5 - $9.99

OMD – Night Café – 0/0
Placebo – B3 – 0/0
Punch Brothers – Ahoy – 0/0
Ra Ra Riot – Binary Mind (Limited to 1000 copies) – 6/2 - $13.99
Rob Zombie – Dead City Radio – 0/0
Scientist - Scientific Dub 10” Box Set – 6/6 - $36.99
Sly & The Family Stone – I Want To Take You Highter – 0/0
Soundgarden – King Animal Demos – 0/0




12” VINYL
Artist - Quantity(Frederick/Silver Spring) – Price


A Place To Bury Strangers – Strange Moon – 0/0

Asphodells, The – Remix – 0/0

Austra + Gina X – Mayan Drums – 1/1 - $14.99
Avenged Sevenfold – Carry On Call – 0/0
Bardo Pond – Rise Above It All – 0/0

Beat Junkies – Picture Disc – 6/2 - $19.99
Black Gold – Various – 1/1 - $10.99
Bon Jovi – Live – 5/4 - $17.99
Brian Eno x Nicolas Jaar x Grizzly Bear – Brian Eno – 4/10 - $14.99
Brian Jonestown Massacre – Fist Full of Bees – 1/1 - $14.99
Brendon Benson & Willy Mason – Upstairs at United Vol 7 – 0/0
Buffalo Killers – Ohio Grass (Pressed on “Herb” green vinyl) – 15/6 - $14.99
Chica Libre – Quatra Tigres – 1/0 - $11.99

Conny Plank – The Conny Plank reWork Sessions (Limited to 500 copies) – 2/2 - $11.99
Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. – Patterns – 2/4 - $14.99
Dave Brubeck – Distinctive – 1/1 - $12.99

Dio – Magika (12” Picture Disc) –1/1 - $19.99

Duthch Uncles / Slave to the Atypical Rhythm – 1/1 - $13.99
El Michels Affair – Enter The 37th Chamber – 1/1 - $19.99

Fauns,The – Fragile – 0/0
Fela & Africa – 70 Sorrow, Tears & Blood – 0/0
Fitz & The Tantrums – Out of My League – 3/1 - $12.99
G Love & Special Sauce – Bloodshot & Blue – 10/4 - $13.99
Gary Clark Jr. – Presents HWUL Raw II – 2/1 - $13.99
Giant Giant Sand – Return to Tucson – 0/0
Grouplove / Frightened Rabbit / Manchester Orchestra – Architech – 6/2 - $11.99
Joy Formidable – A Minute’s Silence – 0/2 - $12.99
Kate Nash – Free My Pussy – 2/1 - $10.99

Kadavar / Messer – 5/5 - $17.99
Junior Boys – Even Truer – 1/1 - $13.99
King Midas Sound – Aroo – 3/2 - $13.99
Moon Duo – Circles Remixes – 0/0

Mugstar – Centralla – 0/0
New Found Glory – Mania – 0/0

Oh Sees,The – Moon Sick – 0/0
Owen – Seaside – 0/0
Paul McCartney & Wings – Maybe I’m Amazed – 1/1 - $5.99

Public Enemy – Planet Earth ( Picture disc) – 3/3 - $29.99
Pulp – After You – 4/4 - $12.99
Pussy Galore – Groovy Hate F*ck – 6/2 -$13.99
R15 – Yep Roc Heresy – 0/0
Refused – Everlasting – 0/0
Rhye – Open – 1/1 - $7.99
Robyn Hitchcock – There Goes The Ice – 0/0
Rob Zombie – Dead City Radio – 4/1 - $15.99
Smoke Fairies – Upstairs at United 6 – 0/0
Soundgarden – King Animal – 2/2 - $15.99
Steven Wilson – Luminol (Picture Disc)– 1/1 - $24.99
Sweedish House – Singles – 1/1 - $10.99
Tame Impala – Tame Impalla (Red vinyl) – 5/4 - $15.99
Tegan & Sara – Closer Remixes – 8/4 - $16.99
Their, They're, There - Self Titled – 5/1 - $13.99
Three Hits – Pressure Dome – 0/0
Thurston Moore & Loren Connors – The Only Way To Go Is Straight Through – 2/2 - $18.99

Tift Merritt – Markings (Limited to 500 copies) – 2/2 - $14.99
Titus Andronicus – Record Store Day EP – 2/4 - $12.99

Tunabunny – Form A Line – 0/0
Turning Shrines – Face of Another – 1/1 - $19.99

Walk The Moon – Tightrope – 0/0
Wind-Up Records 15th – Various – 0/2 - $9.99

XX, The – Jamie XX Edits – 1/2 - $12.99

YR 15 Various Artists – They Called it Rock (Limited to 300 copies on clear vinyl) – 1/0 - $13.99



LP VINYL

Artist - Quantity(Frederick/Silver Spring) – Price


Across Tundras / Lark's Tongue – Split – 0/0
Aerosmith – Aerosmith – 1/2 - $24.99
Aerosmith – Get Your Wings – 1/2 - $24.99
Aerosmith – Toys In The Attic – 1/2 - $24.99
Akimbo – Live To Crush – 0/0
All That Remains – Fall of Ideals – 6/2 - $17.99
Aloha – Here Comes Everyone – 1/3 - $17.99

Andrew Liles (Nurse With Wound/Current 93) – Murgatroyd The Monster – 0/0
Antonio Maiovvi – Yellow – 0/0
Arawak – Accad – 0/0
Art Blakey & the Jazz Messingers – Munich ’59 – 0/0
At the Drive-In – Relationship of Command (2 x LP w/ Gatefold cover and bonus tracks) – 22/12 - $$32.99
Avenged Sevenfold – Live – 10/2 - $24.99
Avenged Sevenfold – Carry On – 10/2 - $16.99

Band, The – The Last Waltz – 3/3 - $49.99

Bardo Pond – Rise Above It All – 1/0 - $26.99
Barrington Levy's Reggae – Anthology – 0/0
Bayside - Live at Bayside – 6/3 - $14.99
Ben Harper – By My Side – 6/3 - $19.99
Between the Buried and Me – Anatomy – 10/1 - $21.99
Between the Buried and Me – Parallax – 6/1 - $79.99
Bhattacharya – Beyond The – 1/1 - $19.99
Big Star – Nothing Can Hurt – 1/1 - $39.99
Black Swans – Occasion For – 1/1 - $29.99
Blitzen Trapper – Self Titled – 1/1 - $19.99
Big Mamma Thornton – Jail – 0/0
Black Milk – Synth or Soul – 1/2 - $14.99
Black Swans – Occasion For Song – 1/1 - $29.99
Blind Melon – Blind Melon – 4/3 - $24.99

Bobby Rush – Southern King of1/1 - $19.99

Bong – Untitled 0/0
Botch – American Nervosa – 3/3 - $31.99
Braid – Frame and Canvas – 3/5 - $17.99
Brian Jonestown – Fist Full of – 1/1 - $15.99
Brother Ali – Shadows On – 1/4 - $27.99
Buck 65 – Talkin' Honkey Blues (Double LP) – 2/1 - $27.99

Buddy Guy – Hold That Plane – 1/1 - $19.99
Built to Spill – Live – 12/8 - $22.99
Cal Tjader – Cal Tjader Trio – 9/6 - $12.99
Calexico – Spritoso – 10/6 - $21.99
Captain Beefheart – Frank Freeman’s (Double purple vinyl. Limited to 300 copies) – 0/1 - $44.99

Carlton Melton – Europe Live 2012 – 0/0
Casket Girls – The Casket Girls – 1/1 $18.99
Cave In – Until Your Heart (Limited to 750 copies) – 2/2 - $28.99
Charlie Poodle – Com Paramount – 1/2 - $17.99

Codeine – What About – 8/7 - $16.99
Coheed & Cambria – The Afterman – 6/4 - $19.99

Comeback Kid – Turn It Around – 5/3 - $19.99
Corn on Macabre – Discographic Violence – 15/6 - $13.99
Country Joe & The Fish – Feel Like I’m Fixin – 1/1 - $19.99
Coupler – Sunless – 0/0
Cream – Live At Royal Albert – 1/2 - $89.99
CSC Funk Band – Funkincense – 1/1 - $15.99
Cuntz – Aloha 0/0

Cure – Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me – 6/3 - $32.99
Cut Copy – Bright Light Neon – 3/6 - $24.99

Cypress Hill – Black Sunday – 20/2 - $24.99
Dave Matthews Band – Live Trax Vol 1 – 0/0 (Sorry, we ordered 50 & got 0)

Damon & Naomi – The Wonderous World Of – 0/0
Daniel Johnston – Fun – 1/6 - $24.99
Davenport Cabinet – Our Machine – 1/1 - $13.99
DB's – Revolution Of The Mind – 3/1 - $12.99
Deftones – Live Volume 1 – 6/2 - $12.99
Destroyer – This Night – 0/0
Double Dagger – 333 (Limited to 1000 copies worldwide, with DVD) – 6/4 - $23.99
Dust – Dust and Hard Attack – 15/4 - $34.99

Elliott – Songs In A Transit World – 5/3 - $5/3
Empty Mansions (Interpol's Sam Fogarino's band) – Snakes/Vultures/Sulfate – 0/0

Emerson, Lake & Palmer (ELP) – The First Five Box Set – 4/0 - $79.99
Eric Church – Caught In The Act – 1/1 - $24.99
Evian Christ – Duga 3 – 2/2 - $15.99
Face To Face – Other Half – 1/1 - $9.99
Fela Kuti – Sorrow Tears – 2/4 - $9.99
Flaming Lips – Zaireeka – 5/6 - $69.99
Foals – Holy Fire – 2/1 - $24.99
Frightened Rabbit – Midnight – 1/1 - $30.99
Genius/GZA – Liquid Swords – Chess Box – 2/1 - $73.99
Ghoul - Maniaxe – 0/0

Giant Giant Sand – Return To Tuscon - 1/1 - $29.99
Giant Henry - Big Baby (pre-Unwound members) – limited edition – 3/2 - $16.99

Girl In A Coma – Both Before – 10/2 - $16.99
Glove – Blue Sunshine – 3/3 - $22.99
Golden Gunn / Golden Gunn – 1/1 - $22.99

Gordon Lightfoot – Sit Down Young Man – 1/2 - $24.99
Grateful Dead – Rare Cuts – 5/7 - $34.99
Greene, Jackie – Love Is A – 1/1 - $5.99
Grey Area – Fanbelt Algebra – 5/2 - $14.99
Grizzly Bear – Horn of Plenty – 0/0

Half Japanese - Half Gentlemen Not Beasts (4 LP Box Set) – 1/0 - $69.99
Headless Dogs – 7/4 - $13.99
Integrity – Systems Overload – 0/0
Ilsa – The Maggots are Hungry (Only 250 copies made) – 3/1 - $19.99
ISAN – Beautronics – 0/0
Jandek – Jandek – 1/0 - $69.99
Joan Jett & The Blackhearts – 10/10 - $16.99
John Coltrane – Newport 61 – 0/0
Junip – Junip – 1/1 - $19.99
Justin Townes Earle – Yuma 10 – 1/1 - $13.99
Kasey Chambers – Rattlin – 5/2 - $19.99
King Tubby Meets the Upsetter – Grass Roots of Dub – 0/0
Komeda – The Genius Of – 4/4 - $29.99
Lamb of God – New American Gospel – 1/1 - $15.99

Laurence Juber – Under A Crimson Sky – 1/2 - $25.99
Linkin Park – Hybrid Theory – 10/2 - $28.99
Liquid Tension Experiment 2 – 1/1 - $26.99
Low – In The Fishtank – 1/1 - $15.99
LP – Into The Wild – 5/2 - $16.99
Mad Season – Above – 2/2 - $34.99
Marco Benevento – Invisible Baby Blue – 4/1 - $14.99
Mason + Benson – Upstairs At – 1/1 - $11.99
Mercury Rev – Deserted Songs – 1/1 - $19.99

Miles Davis – Milestones – 8/4 - $24.99
Miles Davis – Round About – 8/4 - $24.99
Miles Davis – Someday My Prince – 8/4 - $24.99
Miles Davis – The Kinda Blue Sessions ’59 – 0/0
Moon Duo – Circles Remixed – 1/1 - $18.99

Nerve Agents – Days of The White Owl – 5/3 – $18.99
New Found Glory – Mania 7 – 1/1 - $12.99
Nick Drake – Nike Drake – 6/7 - $34.99
Ninja Tune – If – 2/2 - $26.99
Notorious B.I.G. – Ready To Die – 6/2 - $29.99
Now Now – Neighbors Deluxe – 1/1 - $19.99
Olafur Arnalds – For Now I Am – 1/1 - $24.99

Olp – Curve – 0/1 - $23.99
Orange Juice – Rip It Up – 1/1 - $22.99
Orange Juice – You Can’t Hide – 0/1 - $22.99
Orange Juice – Texas Fever – 0/1 - $19.99
Orange Juice – Orange Juice – 0/1 - $22.99
Oval – Systemich (Double clear vinyl.) – 1/1 - $22.99
Oval – 94diskont (Double orange vinyl.) – 1/1 - $22.99
Owen – Seaside EP – 1/1 - $13.99
Page McConnell (Phish keyboardist) – Unsung Cities – 1/1 - $18.99
Phish – Lawn Boy – 7/11 - $49.99
Phosphorescent – Aw Come Aw Wry – 1/1 - $18.99
Placebo – B3 EP – 4/3 - $15.99
Place To Bury – Strange Moon – 1/1 - $17.99
Porno for Pyros – Porno for Pyros – 1/1 - $24.99

Prize Fighter Inferno,The – Half Measures – 0/0
Rainer Ptackek – Barefoot Rock – 0/0

Rattlesnake Choir – Walkin' The Wire – 1/1 - $23.99
Replikas – Biz Burada Yok Iken – 0/0

Robyn Hitchcock – There Goes The Ice – 2/1 - $22.99
Rockabye Baby – Songs of The White Stripes – 10/10 - $16.99
Rocket From the Crypt – Group Sounds – 0/1 - $19.99
Rocket From the Crypt – Live From Camp X-Ray – 1/1 - $19.99
Roots – Things Fall Apart – 20/10 - $24.99
Samiam – Clumsy – 3/2 - $21.99
Satellites – Satellites – 1/1 - $29.99

Sense Field – Sense Field – 3/3 - $18.99
Shuggie Otis – Introducing – 8/8 - $24.99
Sigur Ros – Agaetis Byrjun – 1/1 - $34.99
Sly & The Family Stone – I Want – 2/4 - $16.99
Small Faces – There Are But Four – 2/1 - $19.99
Smoke Fairies – Upstairs At – 1/1 - $11.99
Sonny & The Sunsets – Tomorrow Is – 1/1 - $17.99
Spacemen 3 – Perfect Prescription – 5/5 - $29.99
Spacemen 3 – Performance – 5/5 - $29.99
Spacemen 3 – Sound of Confusion – 5/5 - $29.99
Stephen Malkmus & Friends – Ege Bamyasi – 2/2 - $29.99
Steve Moore – Horror Business – 0/0
Straylight Run – Prepare – 3/1 - $14.99
Swedish House Mafia – The Singles – 0/0
Taj Mahal – Hidden Treasures – 1/1 - $34.99
Taj Mahal – Natch’l Blues – 2/1 - $24.99
Tegan and Sara – Closer – 8/4 - $16.99
Three Hits – Pressure Hits – 1/1 - $13.99

Three O'Clock,The – Live Feb. 1982 (Limited to 425 copies) – 1/1 - $18.99
Van Dyke Parks – Song Cycle – 3/4 - $24.99
Van Dyke Parks – Super Chief – CANCELLED

Vitamin String – VSQ Performs Sigur Ros – 0/2 - $16.99
Von Grey – Live & Criminal Records – 0/0
Vuolo – Desert – 0/2 - $17.99
Wake – A Light Far Out – 0/1 - $37.99
Walk The Moon – Tightrope – 1/1 - $19.99

Watchout – Flashbacker – 0/0
White Mystery – Telepathic – 0/0
White Stripes – Elephant – 30/15 - $26.99

Willie Isz – Georgiavania – 0/1 - $19.99
Willie Nelson – Crazy – 4/2 - $19.99
Winston Edwards' Natty Locks – Dub reissue – 0/1 - $12.99
Wire – Change Becomes Us – 1/1 - $26.99
Yonder Mountain – Yonder – 2/4- $19.99
Zombies – Zombies – 1/1 - $19.99
Various Artists – Blues At Newport 1963 – 1/1- $19.99
Various Artists – Newport Folk Festival 1965 – 1/1 - $19.99
Various Artists – Dazed and Confused – Original Soundtrack – 10/15 - $32.99
Various Artists – Reason To Believe – Songs of Tim Hardin – 0/2 - $19.99
Various Artists – Sub Pop 1000 - 2/2 - $19.99
Various Artists – Factory Records – 0/0
Various Artists – No Alternative – 6/2 - $34.99
Various Artists – Drive – Original Soundtrack – CANCELLED
Various Artists – Windup Records 15th Anniv. – 0/0
Various Artists – Music from TV Series Girl From UNCLE – 8/4 - $19.99
Various Artists – Rough Guide To Psychedelic – 3/5 - $18.99
Various Artists – Rough Guide To Latin Psychedelic – 3/7 - $18.99
Various Artists – Rough Guide To Cumbia – 2/4 - $18.99
Various Artists – Rough Guide To African Disco – 2/3 - $18.99
Various Artists – Poltergeist Soundtrack (Glow in the dark vinyl.) – 3/3 - $33.99
Various Artists – Todo Muere 3 – 0/1 - $17.99
Various Artists – Adventures in Afropea – 3/3 - $19.99
Various Artists – Theppabutr Productions – 0/2 - $27.99
Various Artists – Imaginational Anthem 6 – 4/4 - $17.99


CASSETTE
Artist - Quantity(Frederick/Silver Spring) – Price

MGMT – Alien Days – 3/4 - $7.99

Kill Rock Stars – 3 Cassette Box Set (Limited to 400 copies) – 4/3 - $22.99

A Taste of Burger Records – 1/1 - $7.99

DVD
Artist - Quantity(Frederick/Silver Spring) – Price

Last Shop Standing: The Rise – 2/4 - $19.99
Brick + Motar + Love – 2/4 - $16.99
Just Like Being There – 0/1 - $14.99

MISC.
Artist - Quantity(Frederick/Silver Spring) – Price

Karren Ablaze – City is Ablaze – 4/1 - $39.99 (Book)
Enjoy The Experience – Homemade Records 1958 - 1992) – 2/1 - $77.99 (Book and 45)

Record Store Day record crate – 2/2 - $29.99


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Extended Holiday Hours

Share this post TFUPM Posted December 20, 2012

 

Extended Holiday Hours


Thu 12/20 11am – 9pm
Fri 12/21 11am – 9pm
Sat 12/22 10am – 9pm
Sun 12/23 10am – 8pm
Mon 12/24 10am – 6pm

Tue 12/25 CLOSED

Wed 12/26 – 12/30 Normal Hours


Mon 12/31 11am – 6pm
Tue 1/1/13 CLOSED

Wed Jan 2nd... Back to normal hours



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Record Store Day Black Friday list:

Share this post TFUPM Posted November 19, 2012

Here's a list of what we have confirmed so far for Record Store Day Black Friday releases. Both locations will be opening their doors at 10.am. Don't forget that we are having a " 30% OFF ALL USED STOCK SALE" lasting the whole Thanksgiving weekend... including vinyl, CD's, turntables, DVD's, and anything else we have used.

THE LIST:::::

ARTIST – TITLE - QTY(Silver Spring / Frederick) - PRICE

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Band Of Horses - Sonic Ranch Session – 4/3 - $8.99
Leonard Cohen/Jeff Buckley – Hallelujah – 5/5 - $9.99
Captain Beefheart - Abba Zaba – 5/5 - $9.99
Captain Beefheart - Plastic Fact - 5/5 - $9.99
Captain Beefheart - Upon - 5/5 - $9.99
Gene Clark - Echoes – 5/5 - $9.99
Bob Dylan – Duquesne Whistle – 6/6 - $8.99
Ceelo Green/Donnie Hathaway – This Christmas – 4/2 - $6.99
Lee Hazelwood – You Turned My Head Around – 1/1 - $69.99
Jeff the Brotherhood – Dark Energy – 2/3 - $6.99
Lucero – Live At Sun Studios – 2/2 - $7.99
Mad Season – River Of Deceit – 2/2 - $7.99
John Mayer – Complete 2012 – 2/3 - $9.99
Rolling Stones – The Rolling Stones – 3/3 - $9.99
The Shins – No Way down – 2/4 - $9.99
Tomahawk – Stone Letter – 3/2 - $6.99
Toro Y Mol – So Mant Details – 2/2 - $4.99
White Stripes – Fell In Love With A Girl – 15/15 - $11.99
White Stripes – Hotel Yorba – 15/15 - $11.99
White Stripes – Dead Leaves And The Dirty Ground – 15/15 - $11.99
Link Wray - Big City After – 5/5 - $14.99
Frank Zappa – Why Don'cha Do Me Right – 2/3 - $9.99

10”
Beach Boys – Surfin Sufari – 6/4 - $17.99
Marshall Crenshw – I Don't See You Laughing Now – 1/1 - $13.99
Gaslight Anthem – Hold You Up – ½ - $15.99
Merle Haggard – Capitol Rarities – 1/1 - $15.99
Mayer Hawthorne – KCRW Morning Becomes Eclectic – 6/4 - $15.99
George Jones – United Artist – 2/1 - $18.99
Lumineers – Winter EP – 2/5 - $12.99
Primus – Green Naugahyde – 1/0 - $19.99
Soundtrack – Moonrise Kingdom – 6/4 $14.99
Lucinda Williams/Michael Chapman – That Time Of Night – 1/1 - $19.99

12” - LP
Big Brother And Holding Company – Cheap Thrills – 2/2 - $24.99
Biz Markie – The Biz Never Sleeps – 2/2 - $28.99
Borknagar – The Olden Domain – 1/1 - $20.99
Eric Burdon And The Greenhorns – Apolinere Enameled – 2/2 - $13.99
Johnny Cash – Fabulous Johnny Cash – 2/2 - $24.99
Coheed And Cambria – The Aftermath: Ascension (Big Beige Demos) – 1/1 - $15.99
Miles Davis – Miles Ahead – 4/2 - $24.99
Miles Davis – Porgy & Bess – 4/2 - $24.99
Miles Davis – Sketches Of Spain – 4/2 - $24.99
Death Might Be Your – Various Artists – 3/3 - $21.99
Dr. Dog – Wild Race – 2/2 - $14.99
Fat Boys – Fat Boys Pizza Box – 2/2 - $33.99
Grateful Dead – Live At Winterland 5/30/1971 – 6/6 - $36.99
Incubus – A Crow Left Of The Murder – 4/8 - $26.99
Incubus – Light Grenades – 4/8 - $26.99
Incubus – Make Yourself – 4/8 - $26.99
Incubus – Morning View – 4/8 - $26.99
Incubus – S.C.I.E.N.C.E. - 4/8 - $26.99
Judas Priest – Screaming For – 2/3 - $19.99
M83 – Reunion Remix – 2/1 - $9.99
Mayhem – De Mysterlis Dom Sathans – 2/2 - $26.99
Mogwai – A Wrenched Vile Lore – 4/10 - $19.99
Nirvana – Incesticide – 3/5 - $49.99
Tyler Ramsey – Raven Shadow – 1/1 - $19.99
Reservoir Dogs – Soundtrack – 6/6 - $24.99
Joe Strummer – Live At Action town Hall – 1/2 - $23.99
Tenacious D – Simply Jazz – 2/2 - $16.99
Velvet Underground – Septer Studios Acetate – 3/3 - $23.99
Volbeat – Guitar Gangster & Cadillac Blood – 2/2 - $19.99
Volbeat – Rock The Rebel/Metal The Devil – 2/2 - $19.99
Volbeat – The Strength/The Sound/The Songs – 2/2 - $19.99

CD
Death Might Be Your – Various Artists – 1/2 - $11.99
Jellyfish – Stack-a-tracks – 1/0 - $24.99
Bettye LaVette – More Thankful, More Thoughtful – 1/1 - $9.99
Buddy Miller & Jim Lauderdale – Buddy And Jim – 1/0 - $15.99
Joey Ramone – Ya Know? - 3/3 - $24.99

Trading Cards
Various Artists – Obscure Giants Of Acoustic Guitar – 2/2 - $19.99

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The Static Trees - "Dirty Lungs"

Share this post TFUPM Posted November 01, 2012 in The Static Trees

By Cassandra Mullinix of  Frederick's Bucket of Rock blog:

Former local Pennsylvania based artists, now Nashville residents Layla West and Abriham Lennin akaThe Static Trees have a new album that hits stores today!  The duo have been consistently known for their funky fun rock and roll style and Dirty Lungs continues that tradition.  Unfortunately, long time fans will have to hold out a little longer for a full length LP,Dirty Lungsis another six song EP follow up to the bands first EP Necessary Risks.  Dirty Lungs is a different adventure from Necessary Risks however.  On Dirty Lungs you’ll find Layla consistently taking the vocal lead and a narrower focus on a bohemian blues rock sound.  Despite moving to Nashville, The Static Trees recorded Dirty Lungs at MurderBoats Recording in Baltimore, MD which I believe gave them the opportunity to be that loose and charismatic duo that is The Static Trees.  The catchiest little number on Dirty Lungs and rightfully the album single, 7th son is your classic “sell your soul to the devil” kind of song with an energetic playfulness that makes more fun than traditional versions.  The rest of Dirty Lungs covers your blues genre bases with tales of love, the frustrating kind, the leaving kind, and the staying kind.  Until The Day I Die and I’ll Run with You are two examples of the staying kind of love and really bring The Static Trees charm to modern blues rock.  What is The Static Trees charm?  Their fearlessness and commitment to making music and to each other that shines through in every single song they write.  Dirty Lungs is a blues rock album that feels honest and less stylized than other pop artists.  

Live version of Until The Day I Die, taped at The Record Exchange:

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Tame Impala, Lonerism

Share this post TFUPM Posted October 09, 2012 in Tame Impala

Reviewed by Cassandra Mullinix of Bucket of Rock blog

 

…Huhhh, oh sorry. I just got lost in that last dreamy guitar hook...  That’s something you’re going to find yourself saying frequently also, when you pick up your copy of Lonerism, by the Perth, Australia native Kevin Parker’s recording project Tame Impala.  And I say “when you” because I have great faith that you actually will pick up this album, whether I tell you to or whether in a few months your so sick of hearing about it on the indie rock scene that you have to see what the hype is all about.  I recommend that you just get it now, since you can pick it up at The Record Exchange in DTF, and look a lot cooler when your friends ask if you have heard that Tame Impala band yet.

 

Kevin Parker has got to be the center of creativity in Australia right now; he’s like the Australian version of a young Spencer Krug with music leaking out of every pore and too many great side project bands to count.  Not to stray too much, but you should check out Kevin’s prominent band Pond (Live on KEXP) also, who killed it this year at SXSW.  Pond is kinda like a mirror reflection (where the image reverses) of the studio recordings of Tame Impala, very similar elements but looking from the rock direction, not so much the psych.  Now that I got that hot nugg of info off my chest, let’s jump into my favorite psych album of the year.

 

So, what do most people who don’t like psych rock complain about? …the instrumentals are too dragged out, long, and boring… what are all those weird noises?... etc.  You psych rock haters have no defenses against Lonerism!  Think magical mystery tour, strip out the silliness, keep the pop hooks, keep the cute accented vocals, and power wash that submarine with melodies of guitar distortion.  Now, you have Lonerism. 

Winning point #1, Beatle’s reference. 

Winning point #2, solid and relatable song writing. 

Wining point #3, dreamy enough to be dreamy, but absolutely not boring. 

Winning point #4, we all love lead singers with accents, doesn’t matter what accent (Mumford and sons? ‘nuff said).

Winning point #5, (Guitar + Distortion) ^A Lot = YES PLEASE.

 

And I could add, winning point #6 as the Spencer Krug reference above, but who’s counting?  Here’s a video for the single Elephant on the new album, it’s everything a good single should be, but personally there are other moments in this album that make me much much happier.  The beautiful dreamy explosion of Music to Walk Home By with happy little guitar hooks skipping along into the more mellow, yet up tempo Why Won’t They Talk to Me into the instant sing-a-long chill groove of Feels Like We Only Go Backwards into the initially stripped down Keep On Lying into when it opens up into guitar riff awesomeness at the end is really the meat of the album in my opinion.  In fact it is the majority of album.  The connection between songs is like the connected piece of one of those toy snakes that wiggles around.  It’s not an album where you consider the pieces, you consider the whole.  I’m excited about this album from head to tail, every time I listen.

 

It must be noted that Lonerism is Tame Impala’s second release, the first album; Innerspeaker doesn’t lead on to the stylings on Lonerism.  Fans tend to love both albums however, just for different reasons.  Sadly, Tame Impala isn’t coming to Baltimore or DC anytime soon.  The closest they will get is Philadelphia at the Union Transfer on 11/08/12.  So support local, pick up your copy of Lonerism in store at The Record Exchange in downtown Frederick until Tame Impala makes their way to the Baltimore/ DC metro area. 


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The Beatles vinyl catalog to be re-issued on Nov 13th

Share this post TFUPM Posted October 01, 2012

THE BEATLES’ ACCLAIMED STUDIO ALBUM REMASTERS

TO BE RELEASED WORLDWIDE ON 180-GRAM VINYL

 

 

London – 27 September, 2012 – The Beatles’ acclaimed original studio album remasters, released on CD in 2009 and in 2010 for digital download exclusively on iTunes, will make their long-awaited stereo vinyl debut on 12th November (13th November in North America).

 

Manufactured on 180-gram, audiophile quality vinyl with replicated artwork,  the 14 albums return to their original glory with details including the poster in The Beatles (The White Album), the Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Heart Club Band’s cutouts, and special inner bags for some of the titles.  Each album will be available individually, and accompanied by a stunning, elegantly designed 252-page hardbound book in a lavish boxed edition which is limited to 50,000 copies worldwide. 

 

The book, exclusive to the boxed edition, is authored by award-winning radio producer Kevin Howlett and features a dedicated chapter for each of the albums, as well as insight into the creation of the remasters and how the vinyl albums were prepared.  The 12”x12” book showcases a wealth of photographs spanning The Beatles’ recording career, including many images which were not included in the 2009 CD booklets.

                                                

The titles include The Beatles’ 12 original UK albums, first released between 1963 and 1970, the US-originated Magical Mystery Tour, now part of the group’s core catalogue, and Past Masters, Volumes One & Two, featuring non-album A-sides and B-sides, EP tracks and rarities.  With this release, The Beatles’ first four albums make their North American stereo vinyl debuts.  In 2013, the remastered albums will make their mono vinyl debuts. 

Since it was recorded, The Beatles’ music has been heard on a variety of formats – from chunky reel-to-reel tapes and eight-track cartridges to invisible computer files. But there has never been a more romantic or thrilling medium for music than a long-playing twelve-inch disc. We ‘play’ records. The process of carefully slipping the disc out of the sleeve, cleaning it and lowering the stylus provides a personal involvement in the reproduction of the music.

 When The Beatles’ albums were first released, the listener enjoyed a tangible relationship with the music in the grooves of a record. There was an emotional connection to the artifact carrying the sound, and this bond was strengthened by the LP sleeve. Rather than a merely functional object to protect the disc, it was elevated to a stylish accessory. Certainly, the cover of a Beatles album conveyed a message about the music it was wrapped around. For example, the dominant orange and brown hues and elongated faces on the front of Rubber Soul seem to embody the sound of the record. With the advent of the cassette tape in the seventies and the compact disc in the 1980s, album artwork was reduced in size and importance, losing much of its charm. That is partly why vinyl LPs have not, as predicted, been discarded.

None of that would really matter, were it not for the enduring power of The Beatles’ music. In September, 2009, The Beatles’ remastered albums on CD graced charts around the world. Seventeen million album sales within seven months was resounding evidence of the timeless relevance of their legacy. Through five decades, the music of The Beatles has captivated generation upon generation.

For producer Rick Rubin, surveying The Beatles’ recorded achievements is akin to witnessing a miracle.  “If we look at it by today’s standards, whoever the most popular bands in the world are, they will typically put out an album every four years,” Rubin said in a 2009 radio series interview. “So, let’s say two albums as an eight year cycle.  And think of the growth or change between those two albums.  The idea that The Beatles made thirteen albums in seven years and went through that arc of change... it can’t be done.  Truthfully, I think of it as proof of God, because it’s beyond man’s ability.”

  

The Stereo Albums

Available individually and collected in a boxed collection, accompanied by a beautiful 252-page hardbound book.


Please Please Me

“Love Me Do” and “P.S. I Love You” are presented in mono

(North American LP debut in stereo)


With The Beatles

(North American LP debut in stereo)

 

A Hard Day's Night

(North American LP debut in stereo)

 

Beatles For Sale

(North American LP debut in stereo)

 

Help!

Features George Martin’s 1986 stereo remix

 

Rubber Soul

Features George Martin’s 1986 stereo remix

 

Revolver

Original album

 

Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band

Packaging includes replica psychedelic inner sleeve, cardboard cutout sheet and additional insert

 

Magical Mystery Tour

Packaging includes 24-page colour book

 

The Beatles (double album)

Packaging includes double-sided photo montage/lyric sheet and 4 solo colour photos

 

Yellow Submarine

“Only A Northern Song” is presented in mono. Additional insert includes original American liner notes.

 

Abbey Road

Original album

 

Let It Be

Original album

 

Past Masters, Volumes One & Two (double album)

“Love Me Do” (original single version), “She Loves You,” “I’ll Get You,” and “You Know My Name (Look Up The Number)” are presented in mono. Packaging, notes and photographic content is based on the 2009 CD release.

 

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REMASTERING THE BEATLES’ ORIGINAL STUDIO ALBUMS FOR VINYL

 

 

There has always been demand for The Beatles’ albums on vinyl.  Indeed, 2011’s best-selling vinyl LP in the United States was Abbey Road.  Following the success of The Beatles’ acclaimed, GRAMMY Award-winning 2009 CD remasters, it was decided that the sound experts at EMI’s Abbey Road Studios should create new versions of The Beatles’ vinyl LPs.  The project demanded the same meticulous approach taken for the CD releases, and the brief was a simple one:  cut the digital remasters to vinyl with an absolute minimum of compromise to the sound.  However, the process involved to do that was far from simple.

 

The first stage in transferring the sound of a master recording to vinyl is the creation of a disc to be used during vinyl manufacture.  There were two options to consider.  A Direct Metal Master (DMM), developed in the late seventies, allows sound to be cut directly into a stainless steel disc coated with a hard copper alloy.  The older, alternative method is to cut the sound into the soft lacquer coating on a nickel disc - the first of several steps leading to the production of a stamper to press the vinyl.

 

A ‘blind’ listening test was arranged to choose between a ‘lacquer’ or ‘copper’ cut.  Using both methods, A Hard Day’s Night was pressed with ten seconds of silence at the beginning and end of each side.  This allowed not only the reproduction of the music to be assessed, but also the noise made by the vinyl itself.  After much discussion, two factors swung the decision towards using the lacquer process.  First, it was judged to create a warmer sound than a DMM.  Secondly, there was a practical advantage of having ‘blank’ discs of a consistent quality when cutting lacquers. 

 

The next step was to use the Neumann VMS80 cutting lathe at Abbey Road.  Following thorough mechanical and electrical tests to ensure it was operating in peak condition, engineer Sean Magee cut the LPs in chronological release order.  He used the original 24-bit remasters rather than the 16-bit versions that were required for CD production.  It was also decided to use the remasters that had not undergone ‘limiting’ - a procedure to increase the sound level, which is deemed necessary for most current pop CDs.

 

Having made initial test cuts, Magee pinpointed any sound problems that can occur during playback of vinyl records.  To rectify them, changes were made to the remasters with a Digital Audio Workstation.  For example, each vinyl album was listened to for any ‘sibilant episodes’ - vocal distortion that can occur on consonant sounds such as S and T.  These were corrected by reducing the level in the very small portion of sound causing the undesired effect.  Similarly, any likelihood of ‘inner-groove distortion’ was addressed.  As the stylus approaches the centre of the record, it is liable to track the groove less accurately.  This can affect the high-middle frequencies, producing a ‘mushy’ sound particularly noticeable on vocals.  Using what Magee has described as ‘surgical EQ,’ problem frequencies were identified and reduced in level to compensate for this.

 

The last phase of the vinyl mastering process began with the arrival of the first batches of test pressings made from master lacquers that had been sent to the two pressing plant factories.  Stringent quality tests identified any noise or click appearing on more than one test pressing in the same place.  If this happened, it was clear that the undesired sounds had been introduced either during the cutting or the pressing stage and so the test records were rejected.  In the quest to achieve the highest quality possible, the Abbey Road team worked closely with the pressing factories and the manufacturers of the lacquer and cutting styli.

 

An additional and unusual challenge was to ensure the proper playback of the sounds embedded in the ‘lock-groove’ at the end of side two of Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band.  Requiring a combination of good timing and luck, it had always been a lengthy and costly process to make it work properly.  In fact, it was so tricky, it had never been attempted for American pressings of the LP.  Naturally, Sean Magee and the team perfected this and the garbled message is heard as originally intended on the remastered Sgt. Pepper LP.

 

Highly-skilled technicians have worked long and hard to make The Beatles on vinyl sound better than ever.  All we need to do is listen to the results of their dedicated labour on the remastered LPs.  Handle with care.  But most of all, enjoy the music. 

       

*Manufactured on 180-gram, audiophile quality vinyl with replicated artwork, 

*14 albums return to their original glory with details including the poster in The Beatles (The White Album), the Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Heart Club Band’s cut-outs, and special inner bags for some of the titles. 

*Abbey Road was the top selling LP in 2001

*High demand and long out of print

 

 

 

 

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Antony and the Johnsons - Cut The World - LP review

Share this post TFUPM Posted September 30, 2012

Album review by Cassandra Mullinix of Bucket of Rock blog spot.



Today’s selection is a little outside the box of your normal rock music fair, the album is Cut The World by Antony and the Johnsons.  I’ve heard Antony and the Johnsons described as Choral Pop (New Musical Express) and Chamber Pop (Wikipedia), but I’m not familiar with either of those terms really so I won’t really give Antony a label.  Somehow, I think she would be ok with that.  I’ll just describe Anthony and the Johnsons sound as strong elements of classical piano, introspective lyrics, and a fragile baritone voice all molded into a structured yet delicate form, like a snow flake on the coldest of cold winters day.  Cut The World obviously isn’t a head banger, 180 degrees from that notion, Cut The World is a 60min opportunity to be still, to be quiet, to listen, and enjoy beauty.  Cut The World is also a live double disc album of previously recorded songs, Antony and the Johnsons second live album to be exact and the band’s sixth album release over all.  Yeah, Anthony and the Johnsons have been doing this for a while, pioneering their own little piece modern music since 1998.  Most of the songs on the live album are on par with one another, a few that really shine, but none that I would skip.  The title track, Cut The World is everything it should be catchy, inviting, and to the point of the albums overall style.  The second track, a narrative actually, called Future Feminism gives a little insight to Antony’s life style and personal belief.  I mention this track only as a warning to the potentially close-minded individual floating around out there in the ether space who can’t handle non mainstream views on ideology and spirituality.  Future Feminism talks about god as a women mainly and includes some thought provoking discussion on individuals that identify as LGBT.  In fact, much of the album has transgender overtones in the lyrics, although I tend to believe all relationships are comprised of the same basic feelings regardless of the end parties, so it’s still quite easy to relate to Antony’s lyrics and emotions about love even if you happen to be straight.  It’s hard to pick a next track to highlight because of the consistent quality of the album, but I really like You Are My Sister.  It’s a hauntingly sincere expression of the bond you only feel with a sibling, a lifelong evolution of a relationship and unconditional love.  Skipping to nearly the end of the album, The Crying Light is noteworthy for it’s more avant-garde quality.  Overall, Cut The World is a very touching and genuine album, like a taproot to un obscured feelings in a world of thick skinned callused people, what could be bad about that?


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Lot's of new buttons, stickers and patches now in stock

Share this post TFUPM Posted September 22, 2012

All buttons are only $1.


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20% OFF this Labor Day weekend

Share this post TFUPM Posted August 28, 2012

 20% OFF all used items... Vinyl / CD's / DVD's / Video Games.... and much more. This Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Both locations.

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Come join us today at the DC Record Fair in downtown Silver Spring

Share this post TFUPM Posted June 17, 2012

THE DC RECORD FAIR IS TODAY IN DOWNTOWN SILVER SPRING..... AND WE ARE THROWING A 20% OFF EVERYTHING USED SALE AT OUR SILVER SPRING STORE... COME SPEND FATHERS DAY BUYING RECORDS ALL OVER SILVER SPRING..... BRING YOUR DAD.

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