Psych/Garage

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Murder City Devils

The Murder City Devils

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Vinyl re-issue of their 1997 debut. First run is on black and white marbled vinyl.
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The Kinks

Kinks [Vinyl]

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Black Vinyl Reissue of the 1964 debut album from The Kinks...long out of print on LP Features the legendary track, You Really Got Me which hit #1 UK / #7 US...album reached #3 UK / #29 US In 1999, You Really Got Me was inducted in to the Grammy Hall Of Fame Part of a series of releases and reissues celebrating the 50th Anniversary of The Kinks
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e Headcoats

In Tweed We Trust

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*FINALLY OUT OF MOTH BALLS!* *REISSUE OF THEE HEADCOATS' 1996 CLASSIC LP FEATURING SOME OF THEIR FINEST CUTS!* Thee Headcoats were mainly Billy Childish (Git/Vox) Bruce Brand (Drums) and Johnny Johnson (bass), they formed in 1989 after Billy's previous band Thee Mighty Caesers gave up the ghost. By 1992 they had already released something like 6 albums and 15 singles. Lots more releases followed including this great LP In Tweed We Trust originally released in 1996, the follow up to the equally great Conundrum. Thee Headcoats carried on touring and releasing records in every corner of the world until mid 2000 when they called it a day. During the '90's I must have seen them 60 times, I even went over to Japan with them in 1993. There was something really natural about them, no bullshit. We did the 'We hate The Fuckin' NME' single after NME journo Johnny Cigarettes walked out of their gig in Archway after insisting that he should get in for free as he was from the NME and then reviewing Thee Headcoatees by saying their was no girls in the band (he left before they came onstage!!)
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Lazy Smoke

Corridor of Faces Demos

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Limited vinyl LP-only release comes with digital download. In addition to twelve 1967 demos, Corridor of Faces Demos LP also includes two songs originally recorded to acetate in 1966 by pre-Lazy Smoke project: The Road Runners. These two slabs of proto-Garage have never seen the light of day and none of the songs included here have ever been released on vinyl.
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Flying Microtonal Banana is King Gizzard's first-ever experience in microtonal tuning, which features intervals smaller than a semitone and not found in customary Western tuning octaves. 'Earlier this year we started experimenting with a custom microtonal guitar our friend Zak made for (lead singer and guitar player) Stu Mackenzie,' drummer Eric Moore explained. 'The guitar was modified to play in 24-TET tuning and could only be played with other microtonal instruments. We ended up giving everyone a budget of $200 to buy instruments and turn them microtonal.'
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King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard’s second EP, Willoughby’s Beach was self-released in 2011 and originally limited to 350 hand-numbered copies. Lo-fi garage rock.

- New Artwork Re-Imagined by Ican Harem

- Red Colored Vinyl

- On 12” 45rpm for the First Time

- Heavyweight Jacket w/Embossed Spot UV Coating and custom Inner Sleeve

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Nonagon Infinity is the eighth studio album by Australian psychedelic rock band King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard, via ATO Records. LP reissue pressed on yellow/red/black vinyl.

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The Zombies

Odessey & Oracle (Stereo)

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Limited vinyl LP repressing of this 1968 album. The custom 'vintage' package is totally bespoke and original, and perfectly replicate the style of classic LP covers of the early 1960s period, with exceptional scanning, detailed reproduction of artwork and printing to original specifications made up from two parts, complete with traditional fold-over flaps, thin 'crushed' spine and finished with front side only special laminate. This classic landmark psychedelic rock album is now available re-mastered in stereo sound and presented as a highly collectable Vinyl LP that is a faithful replica of the original LP release. Features all the original 12 stereo tracks -no fillers, no 'alternative' versions -just as originally intended on the initial LP release, back in the groovy '60s Summer of Love. Expertly re-mastered in the studio by Jon Astley (who has worked on recordings by the Who, Led Zeppelin, George Harrison and many others). This superb album now sounds brilliant, far out and groovy in stereo. Repertoire.
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Love

Da Capo [LP]

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1967's Da Capo captured Love in a transitional phase, evolving from the frenetic garage folk of their debut album to the lush, psychedelic textures of their third release, Forever Changes. Da Capo's first single, the tremolo drenched rave-up "Seven & Seven Is," is a direct link to the energy and verve of the debut and rightfully became a garage-punk classic. In contrast, the Bryan Maclean-penned "Orange Skies," with it's subtle samba rhythms and exotic instrumentation, pointed the way forward for the group. Regarding the instrumentation, for this recording the band expanded to include Michael Stuart on drums and Tjay Cantrelli on flute and saxophone, while the band's erstwhile drummer, Alban "Snoopy" Pfisterer, moved to harpsichord and organ. The closing song of side 1, "She Comes in Colors" features the larger combo to full effect in an intricate arrangement that foreshadowed the "baroque rock" of The Left Banke. This legendary LP has been meticulously remastered by Sundazed from original Elektra analog session tapes and is presented on high-definition vinyl for your listening pleasure. Listen and revel in the revelation!
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Hunx & His Punx

Street Punk

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Vinyl LP pressing. Hunx & His Punx have returned with Street Punk - their 2013 album filled with the catchiest and most hateful Punk songs heard in eons. Street Punk is an unrelenting tour de force, echoing early '80s Hardcore, '90s Grrl sounds, Darby Crash on helium, and the female answer to Danzig era Misfits. Street Punk is the follow up to 2011's Too Young to Be in Love. Recorded by Facundo Bermudez in a couple of days, all songs feature Hunx and Shannon Shaw of Shannon and the Clams, plus Erin Emslie on drums. Street Punk features songs about bad skin, teen angst, social wimpery, plus a Beastie Boys cover!
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The first-ever official anthology of recordings from the iconic rock duo, Jack and Meg White, is an essential career-spanning collection highlighting 26 previously released songs. From late Nineties flashes of brilliance through early 2000s underground anthems, masterful MTV Moon Man moments, Grammy-grabbing greatness, and worldwide stadium chants, the songs here are as wide-ranging as you can imagine. In an era of streaming where the idea of a “Greatest Hits” album may seem irrelevant – that an act’s most streamed songs are considered their de facto “hits” – we wholeheartedly believe that great bands deserve “Greatest Hits” and that a large part of Third Man Records’ and The White Stripes’ successes have been built on zigging when the rest of the music business is zagging. Thus, for a great band with great fans, a greatest hits compilation for The White Stripes is not only appropriate, but absolutely necessary.

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The American West. America’s America. It was here in three very different worlds that Shannon and the Clams were spawned. From the dark redwood forests of Oregon emerged Cody Blanchard: singer and guitarist. The dusty walnut orchards and vineyards of northern California gave us Shannon Shaw: singer and bassist. Out of the lonely dunes of California’s central coast shambled Nate Mayhem: drummer and keys. These three talented visual artists were drawn separately to Oakland, California and it was there that the Clams began playing house parties and grimy clubs. The band was forged in the anachronistic remote communities of the west, in some strange mixture of computer show and country fair; their music is some odd alloy of The Last Picture Show and The Decline of Western Civilization.
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Ty Segall

First Taste [LP]

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First Taste is, as the title implies, a visceral shot of new flavor from Ty Segall. The followup to last January's extroverted Freedom's Goblin, First Taste cross-fertilizes Ty's antisocial side (think: Emotional Mugger) with the wide-ranging humanism of Manipulator and the pop zazz of the aforementioned Goblin. This means an immaculate sequence of sides with Ty playing multiple parts with and without contributions from the Freedom Band. Ty's songwriting confidence is at an apex, and he moves from style to style, evoking directions in rock, lite pop, experimental, alternative and even afrobeat! Ty at 12 (albums) = his best yet?

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Ty Segall

Manipulator

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THE SEGALL HAS LANDED. And it s fully loaded, with everything that TY SEGALL (and you and me) are gonna need in the world to come. Heads up! It s coming down fast. Sticking his hand deeper into the machines all around him, TY is reaching ever further to the outer limits of inner space orbited throughout TWINS and SLEEPER.
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Vinyl LP pressing including bonus digital download of the album. Arriving slightly after the '80s Garage/Psych revival, Bethlehem PA's the Creatures of the Golden Dawn came on the scene with a lot more attitude than did earlier similar-minded combos. Lead by vocalist Mark Smith - their knife-sharp punky Garage-meets-the-early-days-of-Psychedelia tunes were filled with hooky riffs and always shadowed by varying degrees of darkness. The Creatures amassed a cult following in the states and Europe, and were played heavily on Little Steven's Underground Garage syndicated radio show.
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Screaming Apple Records, containing 16 songs they recorded at IronBar Studios in Darmstadt with production assistance by Lolo Blumler and Toe-Rag, London with the legendary Liam Watson producing the UK sessions. This was their most pounding, roaring and authentic trip into US-American mid-sixties garage-punk up to date, mixing harp-driven punk-tunes, raving instrumentals and well-assorted cover-versions (BOB SEGER SYSTEM's "2 + 2 = ?", THE EVIL'S "Movin On" and THE REMAINS' "Once Before"). Released on vinyl and CD, the record sold out fast after rave reviews in Rolling Stone, Visions, Spex and Ox. Now the vinyl version of this fine platter is available again through Dionysus Records/ USA - the official label of THE Satelliters since 1996!
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Guitar Wolf! They are the keepers of all blasted, hard, spazzed out songs, building a whole life on the bedrock of hyperactive RNR exhilaration. This Japanese power-group has been stupefying audiences at home and on the road since the late ‘80s and finally are back to unveil their capital-L loud jams. Third Man is fortunate to be releasing their lucky 13th full-length album LOVE&JETT and to have a hand in supporting Guitar Wolf’s noisy and canonical rise to their rightful place in underground music's highest hall of fame.

LOVE&JETT is full of Guitar Wolf’s sweet, sweet love songs, all recorded in Japan. While each song’s words (apart from a handful of song titles, 1-2-3-4s plus a clever cover of Spencer Davis Group's Gimme Some Lovin’) punch out in their native Japanese, the adoring English-speaking public will be granted an insert enclosed in each LP and CD with all lyrics translated to English. (That means NO excuses to not have a haphazard bilingual sing-along on their upcoming US tour.) The energy explodes on the scene with the title track’s opening 1-2 bass-snare piston-fire and truly does not let up at any point on the full album. Seiji, Tōru, and Gotz shine especially bright on Sex Jaguar, barely clocking in just over 2 minutes with chorus catchphrases and feline roars.

LOVE&JETT hits the streets May 10, 2019. It is the first album recorded with newest Bass Wolf (IV), Gotz, who joined the band in 2018. A full US tour with Nashville Pussy is coming up from May 8-June 2.

So with your heart flying high and faster than Mach speed, the untouchable legends Guitar Wolf are back to rush you away into another dimension.

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Wielding a battery of exotic instruments that once adorned a thrift-shop front window (bazouki, oud, vina, saz, doumbeg), the Kaleidoscope was every bit as multi-hued and subject-to-change as the telescope full of bright bits of colored glass the band was named after. If there had been a prize for the most eclectic psychedelic outfit, L.A.'s Kaleidoscope would have had it stashed on a shelf-between the hookah pipes and the bowling trophies-in the band's rehearsal space. Formed by multi-instrumentalists David Lindley and Chris Darrow, with a membership that also included multi-instrumentalist Solomon Feldthouse and multi-instrumentalists Max Buda, Chester Crill and Fenrus Epp (all the same person!) along with drummer John Vidican, this wildly experimental outfit pioneered what would become the world-music genre by darting deftly between rock, folk, blues, Cajun, country, Middle Eastern, good-time ballads and Eastern European styles, with plenty of full-blown psychedelia on the side. It's an exotically diverse approach, explored to great effect on 1968's A Beacon from Mars, Kaleidoscope's second LP (the working title for the album was Bacon from Mars). Just float your head through the buoyant, sprawling, mystical title track; the driving, raga-esque "Taxim"; or the graceful opener, "I Found Out," which unfolds like the tender petals of a young rose. Beacon from Mars is an album no fan of '60s West Coast psych can afford to miss!