Record Store Day 2019
After leaving a mark on the alt-country/No Depression/Americana scene in the mid to late nineties 6 String Drag for all intents and purposes broke up. The band's second record HIGH HAT was produced by After a leaving a mark on the alt-country/No Depression/Americana scene in the mid to late nineties 6 String Drag for all intents and purposes broke up. The band's second record HIGH HAT was produced by Steve Earle and Ray Kennedy and released on Earle's Warner Brothers imprint label E-Squared Record. A 20th anniversary reissue of HIGH HAT on cd, digital and vinyl (for the first time) was released in March 2018 and a brand new and 4th full length studio record TOP OF THE WORLD featuring founding members and leaders Kenny Roby and Rob Keller along with new members Dan Davis and Luis Rodriguez was released the following summer.
SIDE A: 1. Brasstown 2. Cry Cry Cry 3. Just a Shame 4. Elaine 5. Red 6. Just Another Thing SIDE B: 7. Mercury’s Blues 8. The Changeup 9. Gasoline Maybelline 10. Bottle of Blues 11. Blues Too Blue to Mention 12. No One’s Arms
BEER CITY SKATEBOARDS AND RECORDS is proud to bring you ADRENALIN O.D. - Let’s BBQ Gatefold 12”! This is limited to 1100 and is a RSD exclusive.This star studded release features the songs from the original ‘Lets Barbecue 7” that first graced us back in 1983 (and is now quit the collectors item) ; plus an additional track from that same session that never saw the light of day! Also included are 5 tracks from the AOD demo tape that came out in 1982. These tracks were never rerecorded for anything else. For the first time ever all these have now been restored and remastered and are presented to you at 45RPM’s for optimal audio enjoyment! Add to that a fabulous gatefold packaging , lyrics and liner notes written by none other then the band itself. Along with pictures ; some of which have never been seen by the public! Plus a plastic collectable download card so you can keep your record as safe as Han Solo frozen in Carbonite! You have yourself a release that will hit you like a pie in the face at a Three Stooges convention!
1. Suburbia 2. Old People Talk LOUD! 3. Trans Am 4. House Husband 5. Mischief Night 6. Status Symbol 7. Scare Tactics 8. A.O.D. Theme 9. Entrapment 10. Die For A Cause 11. Ass Kisser 12. Work Song
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This recording brings together two core members of the Sun Ra Arkestra, its leader, saxophonist Marshall Allen as well as saxophonist and multiinstrumentalist Danny Ray Thompson together with rising piano and keyboard stars Jamie Saft, bassist Trevor Dunn, drummer Balazs Pandi.
"Waterloo"/"True Transmission To Your Heart"
Inside the vast Goblin archive, "Yell" is perhaps one of the less well-known tracks, that undoubtedly deserves no less attention that the band's most famous works. It's a song composed for bass guitar, percussion and keyboards where an opening reminiscent of "L'alba dei morti viventi" is followed by a sudden vibe change, due to the quick entrance of all the other instruments: electric piano chords, a pulsating bass, obscure synths and twisted keyboards still preserve that mix of tension and and darkness that made Goblin unique in the soundtracks area.
The song was composed on commission at the end of 1978 to be used as the intro theme for a series of seven TV thriller/horror movies called "Sette storie per non dormire" (a title that could be translated into "Seven stories that won't let you sleep") that was broadcast in the autumn of the same year by the Italian Rete 2 RAI channel; taking advantage of the success of the series, Cinevox Record decided to release "Yell" on a 45rpm that included, as B-side, the song "...e suono Rock" taken from the album "Il fantastico viaggio del Bagarozzo Mark".
The original edition of "Yell" is today one of the rarest Golbin releases, and is exclusively reissued for the first time ever by AMS Records on red vinyl, for the Record Store Day 2019 event. Not to be missed!
"Yell"/" ...e suono Rock"
Originally released in 1973, this is the album that raised the band to an international level of popularity, primarily on the strength of the hit single and enduring radio favourite "Radar Love." Moontan still is the band's most successful album internationally, and paved the way for these Dutch rockers in the USA (where "Candy's Going Bad" was also released as a single). Around the time of the album's release, Golden Earring toured the States with opening acts that would become huge rock bands only a few years later (Aerosmith and KISS). They also shared stages with names like Led Zeppelin, The Who and Pink Floyd.
The line-up of the Earring at that time was Barry Hay, George Kooymans, Rinus Gerritsen and Cesar Zuiderwijk, with special guests Eelco Gelling (slide guitar), Bertus Borgers (saxophone) and Patricia Paay ("lady vocal") on this particular LP. The record combines progressive epics and heavy rockers, and sometimes even combines both elements in one song. Moontan is not just a necessity for Golden Earing fans, it's a worthwhile listen for anyone interested in Seventies Rock at its most adventurous.
Moontan is available as a limited edition of 2.500 individually numbered copies on turquoise coloured vinyl.
• 180 gram audiophile vinyl
• Gatefold sleeve
A psychedelic rock band formed by Daevid Allen & Gilli Smyth in France in 1969, Gong became pioneers of a new brand of psychedelia/space-rock/trip-rock - with a conceptual ethos involving aliens and alternative realities. An international outfit, increasingly linked to other bands of the Canterbury scene, many musicians came and went. This Record Store Day 2019 release brings this 1973 Gong performance to color double vinyl with original labels, printed inner sleeves, cardboard jacket with two pockets and LP marketing folder (obi).
Introduction - Tout Va Bien | Dynamite - I'm Your Animal | Tic Toc | Taliesin | Inside Your Head | You Can't Kill Me | Flute Salad | Pussy | Radio Gnome I & II | Flying Teapot | Wet Drum Sandwich (Encore)
It’s that wonderful time of the year again where we celebrate the glory that are record stores, and in honour of Record Store Day on April 13th 2019, Motörhead Music / Silver Lining Music will release “Rockaway Beach”, a 7” single by Motörhead celebrating their appreciation of another legendary, pioneering bunch, the Ramones. Featuring their roaring take on “Rockway Beach”, plus a live recording from the 2006 Wacken Festival of their own studio-written tribute from 1991 “R.A.M.O.N.E.S.” The 7” single will be a coloured vinyl in a good ol’ fashioned standard 7” sleeve featuring exclusive artwork by Tokyo Hiro
Side A: "Rock Away Beach"/ Side B: "R.A.M.O.N.E.S. (Live at Wacken 2006)"
40th anniversary double 7" picture disc celebration of the loudest, dirtiest, bastard rock ‘n’ roll of 1979, the year MOTÖRHEAD released both the seminal OVERKILL and BOMBER albums. This die cut,
gatefold two single set contains the lead singles from those classic albums.
Overkill 7" Side A 1. Overkill Side B 1. Too Late Too Late Bomber 7" Side A 1. Bomber Side B 1. Over The Top
1. Diamond Day 2. Glow Worms 3. Lily Pond 4. Timothy Grub 5. Where I Like To Stand 6. Swallow Song 7. Window Over The Bay 8. Rose Hip November 9. Come Wind Come Rain 10. Hebridean Sun 11. Rainbow River 12. Trazlerman's Song 13. Jog Along Bess 14. Iris's Song For Us
Joe Nardone Sr., well known in Pennsylvania as a concert promoter and founder of the Gallery of Sound music stores, started his band in the early ‘60s. They became the house band at the Sans Souci Park Dancehall during the summer and the Stardust Ballroom in Wilkes-Barre during the colder months. They were the backing band for artists like Neil Diamond, Sam The Sham, Dion and others when they came to town.
The All Stars were so popular they were asked to make a few recordings for national labels (Red Bird, Madison and Times Square). The first, “Caravan Rock,” came out on Madison Records in 1965, while the second, “Shake a Hand,” was released by Red Bird Records in 1967. This Record Store Day 2019 release is a four track red vinyl 7" big hole record featuring songs from the band's single releases in the mid ‘60s. Pressed at Furnace Record Pressing. NOTE: This is being released in conjunction with Gallery of Sound Records in Pennsylvania and will have a heavy focus in that region.
A 1. “Shake A Hand” 2. “Ride Your Pony”
B 1. “The Wiggle” 2. “Pizza Pie”
Brand new EP of exclusive remixes of tracks taken from Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds latest studio album "Who Built The Moon?" by The Reflex and Richard Norris! Standard vinyl, teal color
A1. She Taught Me How To Fly (The Reflex Revision)
A2. Keep On Reaching (The Reflex Revision)
B1. Black & White Sunshine (Richard Norris Remix)
Mike Watt releases on Record Store Day have become an annual tradition, and for good reason. The bass legend, (whose massive resume spans from the Minutemen and fIREHOSE to the Stooges) seems to have an endless supply of new, interesting projects, which find him collaborating with an eclectic group of musicians across a variety of genres. On the latest project, Ocampo, Ocampo + Watt, he teams up with Devin and Renata Ocampo. Devin hails from Dischord band The Effects. The trio performed together for the first time at DC venue The Black Cat’s 25th anniversary show. Their debut 7” release comes just in time for Record Store Day 2019.
Apparatus b/w Better Than a Dirtnap
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A limited double A-side club 12’’ on colored vinyl with two previously unreleased Orbital remixes, both done by the band. On one side ‘Buried Deeper Within’, a remix of a stand out track from Orbital’s last album Monsters Exist. On the flip a remix of one of their all-time classic tracks ‘Impact’, the original is on their revered second album from 1993. 2019 is Orbital’s 30th year in the industry, so it feels very fitting to mark this with a remix of a classic track, alongside a remix from the most recent album. Vinyl only release. No download card.
This special split maxi-single celebrates the 40th anniversary of the #1 most requested song of all-time on the infamous Dr. Demento Show… the hit novelty classic “Fish Heads”! Features the all-new punk-pop cover version by NYC’s Osaka Popstar (the first single from the #1 Billboard charting album “Dr. Demento Covered in Punk” —out now) teamed with the original 1978 version that inspired it, as performed by comedy-music cult icons Barnes & Barnes—back on vinyl for the first time since the 1980s! Plus two exclusive bonus tracks! Neon pink vinyl.
1.) “Fish Heads” by Osaka Popstar (from the album "Dr. Demento Covered in Punk”)
2.) “Fish Heads” (Instrumental) by Osaka Popstar (Previously unreleased)
1.) “Fish Heads” by Barnes & Barnes (From the 1980 LP “Voobaha")
2.) “High School Gym” by Barnes & Barnes (non-album B-Side from the 1978 “Fish Heads” 45 rpm single)
New 7" Vinyl: $14.99 Buy
A single produced by the highly-revered Saravah label at the time, featuring the Art Ensemble of Chicago backing the poetry of the little-remembered Alfred Panou, is not as well-known as the label's other releases. Seen in the 1967 film Weekend by Jean-Luc Godard, Alfred Panou, who is of mixed Benin-Togolese origin, already had a career as an actor in political theater when, pushed by producer Pierre Barouh, he recorded two of his texts concerning Black Power. Panou's prose is one of the first, in its own way, to question the notion of black identity. The rowdy poly-instrumental jungle fantasy of the Art Ensemble of Chicago creates a musical counterpoint. First ever vinyl reissue; Color vinyl; Worldwide edition of 2000.
A1. Je Suis Un Sauvage B1. Le Moral Nécessaire
Rare and unreleased 1967/68 recordings on Revilot Records with their instrumental counterparts from the group that became Parliament/Funkadelic.
SIDE A: 1. All Your Goodies Are Gone 2. Baby I Owe You Something Good 3. I'll Wait SIDE B: 1. All Your Goodies Are Gone (Instrumental) 2. Baby I Owe You Something Good (Instrumental) 3. I'll Wait (Instrumental)
Justin Courtney Pierre (frontman of Motion City Soundtrack) is back with three new songs plus one cover of a Jesus & Mary Chain classic. The players on these recordings include Justin Courtney Pierre – Vocals, Guitar, Bass , Dani Barstad – Drums, Heidi Brink – Vocals and Thomas Rehbein – Percussion, Loops, Vocals. Dubbed “Open Mic at the Lo-Fi: Vol 1 ” these tracks were produced and engineered by Thomas Rehbein. This RSD 2019 exclusive vinyl features four tracks on Side A and an etching on Side B.
Side A - 9:05
My Girl Margot - 1:27
Inside Voice - 2:41
Midnight Special - 3:24
Drop - 1:30
The 1997 debut Epitaph/Hellcat release from The Pietasters. Produced by Brett Gurewitz of Bad Religion/Epitaph Records. Colored vinyl reissue for Record Store Day 2019.
1. Crazy Monkey Woman" 2. "Out All Night" 3. "Ocean" 4. "Fat Sack" 5. "Stone Feeling" 6. "Higher" 7. "Time Won't Let Me" 8. "Without You" 9. "Crime" 10. "Quicksand" 11. "Bitter" 12. "New Breed" 13. "Moment"
Marty Willson-Piper (The Church, All About Eve) follows up the success of last year's RSD Vinyl release of Spirit Level (1992) on Schoolkids Records with a Dbl vinyl release of Hanging Out In Heaven (2000). Originally released on San Francisco's Heyday records, the intention was always to release it on vinyl - 19 years later here it is with two extra tracks and new artwork including lyrics you can read, finally! Pressed on blue vinyl.
1. Forget The Radio 2. Swan 3. Wondering 4. Sanctuary 5. Waves Toward The Moon 6. Goodbye 7. I Don’t Think So 8. Watching Us 9. You Bring Your Love To Me 10. After Eight 11. All Those Wires 12. 1929 Vintage Wine 13. Wreck (A Sea Shanty) 14. What Is Her Name 15. All That Remains
First ever vinyl release of the track Pain & Suffering! Numbered and on Dark Green Vinyl just in time for Iggy's B-Day on RSD 2019! As a taster for the forthcoming re-issue of Iggy Pop’s 1982 lost classic, ‘Zombie Birdhouse’, we present for the first time a 7” single on green vinyl housed in a brand new sleeve.
Produced by Chris Stein from Blondie, “The Villagers” is vintage Iggy and features one of his best ever monologues.
The B-side contains the Previously Unreleased version of “Pain and Suffering” which features Debbie Harry on backing vocals. The song was originally recorded for the ground-breaking animated feature film, “Rock & Rule” ( Iggy provided the voice of the Monster From Another Dimension and Debbie Harry the voice for the character, Angel ) but the OST was never released.
The Villagers b/w ‘Pain & Suffering’
Recorded live during the "Lust for Life" tour at l'Hippodrome de Pantin, Paris, on September 23, 1977, this Record Store Day 2019 release comes on double green vinyl, reproduction of the original labels, and printed inner sleeves, housed in a gatefold cardboard jacket that reproduces the original cover art and LP marketing OBI (side spine)
TRACK LISTING: Intro/Sixteen | Lust For Life | The Passenger | I Got A Right | Neighbourhood Threat | Success | Fall in Love with Me | Raw Power | C C Rider/Jenny Take A Ride | That How Strong My Love Is | I Wanna Be Your Dog
"Everybody Here Hates You" is a brand new track from Courtney that is an exclusive release for RSD with a track released last year 'Small Talk' as the B-Side. The artwork is hand illustrated by Courtney herself.
SIDE A: Everybody Hates You SIDE B: Small Talk
New Vinyl: $40.98 Buy
50th Anniversary edition of their classic album is released as an expanded and re-mastered double vinyl edition for Record Store Day.
The original American album is re-issued for the first time in 40 years, and also included are the variant tracks from international editions; related singles tracks and a few outtakes previously unreleased on vinyl including ‘Understandably Blue’ featuring a special string and wind arrangement by Tony Visconti. The American album also featured the full cover artwork as a poster, and a replica poster is also included in this special package.
* First re-issue of the USA edition in 40 years
* 2nd disc includes tracks previously unreleased on vinyl and a hidden track unavailable elsewhere
* Includes two posters (one featuring the album artwork)
1. A Whiter Shade Of Pale 2. She Wandered Through The Garden Fence 3. Something Following Me 4. Mabel 5. Cerdes (Outside The Gates Of)
1. A Christmas Camel 2. Conquistador 3. Kaleidoscope 4. Salad Days (Are Here Again) 5. Repent Walpurgis
Homburg / Lime Street Blues / Good Captain Clack / Absolutamente Correcto / En Lo Que Duran Seis Peniques / Il Tuo Diamante
SIDE 4 STEREO
Understandably Blue / Homburg (50th Anniversary Stereo Mix full length) / Pandora’s Box (backing track)
Unreleased live recording from the band's personal archives. Recorded on Sept 28,1984 at the Tropicana in Olympia Washington. Featuring Mark Arm & Steve Turner of Mudhoney and Jeff Ament & Stone Gossard of Pearl Jam. Includes Original Concert Poster and Early Band Photos. Limited to 2000 copies. Pressed at RTI
Against The Grain, 10,000 Things, New God, Corner Of My Eye, P.C.C., Strange Ways, Tunnel Of Love
First ever studio album available for the first time on vinyl! Features Dennis Quaid originals and a rousing version of Larry Williams' "Slow Down"
Side 1: (21:46)
1. I’m In Love (4:03)
2. You’re So Fine (4:03)
3. Peaches No. 9 (5:00)
4. On My Way To Heaven (4:37)
5. Out Of The Box (4:06)
Side 2: (21:56)
1. Slow Down (3:41)
2. Walk With The Angels (3:55)
3. What You Got To Say For Yourself (4:07)
4. Good Man, Bad Boy (4:40)
5. After The Fall (5:36)
The 2019 GRAMMY Winner for Best Rock Album, Greta Van Fleet will be releasing their breakthrough album From The Fires for the first time ever on vinyl! The record includes their #1 songs "Highway Tune" and "Safari Song".
50th Anniversary UK Edition of The Rolling Stones 1969 LP (known as Big Hits Volume 2) contains four top 10 hits and two #1 singles. Housed in restored Octagon jacket, with die-cut back sleeve showcasing color-coded Stereo inner sleeve. Pressed on 180g Orange vinyl, limited edition to North America manufactured locally in the USA.
UK Edition of The Rolling Stones 1966 legendary LP, which contains four #1 singles. Original ‘fisheye’ artwork restored for this edition, including a 12x12 full-color photo insert. Pressed on 180g Green vinyl, limited edition to North America manufactured locally in the USA.
New 10" Vinyl: $15.99 Buy
A previously unreleased live track from the band's No Filter tour, "She's A Rainbow" recorded at Paris' U Arena on October 23, 2017 comes to record stores on colored 10" vinyl for Record Store Day.
This exclusive double 12” edition grew out of mixes that were undertaken to celebrate the release of the Super Deluxe version Roxy Music’s debut album in spring 2018. Unused at the time, the mixes, overseen from Bryan Ferry’s London HQ, celebrate the essential otherworldliness of Roxy Music’s space age vision, stardate 1972. This strictly limited double 12” features out-takes of Karl Stoecker’s legendary photo-session from the debut and was mastered by Frank Arkwright at Abbey Road in Autumn 2018.
New Vinyl: $83.99 Buy
The first time all of Todd’s Bearsville & WB singles have been compiled for release. Featuring many unique edits and mixes previously out of print. Remastered. Each disc on translucent color vinyl – Blue, Pink, Yellow and Orange. Each LP sleeve when put together is a replica of the Todd with dynamite promo poster. Includes new liner notes from Rundgren author/expert Paul Myers. Limited to 4500 copies worldwide.
Leon Live was recorded on September 17, 1981, at the world-famous Gilley's nightclub in Pasadena, Texas, with his New Grass Revival Band. Leon was in prime shape and the band was on fire that night. The album includes excellent versions of "One More Love Song" (the steel guitar gives the song a new twist), "Cajun Love Song," and the show-stopping bluegrass tune, "Uncle Pen." The release also features the Leon classics “A Song For You” and “Lady Blue.”
Fourteen years after dropping the single as their first-ever release, Coalmine Records celebrates Record Store Day 2019 with a limited vinyl rerelease of “The Raw” featuring hard-hitting verses from Saigon, Inspectah Deck, and Bekay. Back on April 12, 2005, the single’s initial release marked the beginning of a storied run of no-nonsense Hip-Hop from the Brooklyn-based label. In addition to boasting razor sharp verses from the three NY spitters, “The Raw” also boasts ill piano-laced production supplied by Philly’s Street Orchestra, complimented with the slick turntable work of DJ Dutchmaster. And that’s just on the A-side. The single’s B-side reimagines the track with a synth-forward, sci-fi vibe, courtesy of a then-freshman beatsmith, !llmind, who’s gone onto become one of Hip-Hop’s most influential producers. For this very special rerelease, Coalmine Records is paying homage to the pioneering indie label, Delicious Vinyl, in remembrance of their co-founder, Matt Dike, who sadly passed in March 2018. The single’s label artwork includes a clever flip of their iconic logo, while the record itself is pressed on blood-red vinyl to play off the track title. This limited edition rerelease is manufactured exclusively for Record Store Day 2019, where it will be available through various participating record shops.
Unreleased live recording from May 22, 1982 of the Pre-Three O'Clock Paisley Underground pioneers The Salvation Army at The Gazebo in San Pedro, CA. Featuring an early punk version of "Marjorie Tells Me" from the first Three O'Clock album. The Three O'Clock originally formed under the name The Salvation Army in 1981. In the summer of 1982, legal problems with the actual Salvation Army forced the band to change their name. "The Three O'Clock" came from the time of day the band rehearsed. This is an unreleased live recording from 1982 at Wilson Park in Torrance, CA and was recorded right before The Salvation Army was forced to change their name.
1. She Turns To Flowers 2. Upside Down 3. Lucifer Sam 4. Marjorie Tells Me 5. (With A) Cantaloupe Girlfriend 6. Feel A Whole Lot Better 7. I Am Your Guru 8. Going Home
San Fermin Live At The Fillmore was recorded at The Fillmore in San Francisco, CA on February 23, 2018. Magik*Magik Orchestra, who have toured with Death Cab For Cutie, Nick Cave, Weezer, etc., joined San Fermin during the performance. Also, the performance occurred during the filming of a currently unreleased documentary entitled San Fermin: No Promises, which provides a glimpse into the five-year history of critically-acclaimed indie rock band San Fermin. The piece details the band’s rise from its classical music underpinnings to a touring enterprise and perennial festival performer. Shown through the lens of sold-out shows on the east and west coast, everyday life in New York City, and studio recording and rehearsal, the film unwraps the relationships that have transformed a grandiose, logistically impractical endeavor from bandleader Ellis Ludwig-Leone into a unique community of musicians and friends. As the journey unfolds, this community is tested by the departure of its lead singer as they begin work on a new album. The show at The Fillmore was the last for the band's lead singer. The documentary will be released in conjunction with the live album and a digital or physical copy of the documentary will be included in the vinyl package.
Shocking Blue’s single collection (A’s & B’s) part 2 continues where part 1 left off. The album begins with the band’s last ever hit single “Oh Lord” (released on March 26,1973). “Oh Lord” made it to #14 in the Dutch charts, and was taken from the album ‘Ham’. Robbie van Leeuwen had written the songs for Ham late in 1972, whilst confined to bed suffering from jaundice and enduring a creative block after years of writing, producing, performing and touring. Whilst van Leeuwen retained his involvement in recording, plus radio and TV appearances, this proved to be a short-lived arrangement. Ultimately, the singles “Let me carry your bag/I saw you in June”, ”Dream on Dreamer/ Where the picknick was” and the remixed album Ham (retitled in late 1973 as Dream on Dreamer , which featured 4 new tracks) were his last recordings with Shocking Blue and he left the band early in 1974.
Chad Smith and Josh Klinghoffer team up to cover two T. Rex classics on this limited edition 7" vinyl release for Record Store Day 2019. Klinghoffer takes on guitar, bass, and vocal duties, with Smith on the drums. The release is limited to 3,000 copies worldwide.