25th Of October 2013 Update

25th Of October 2013 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Reviews
at Redscroll Records

LPs & 12″s
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2 Chainz    “B.O.A.T.S. II #METIME” (Gatefold)
39 Clocks    “Pain It Dark”
A Storm Of Light    “Nations To Flames” (2LP Gatefold)
Alien Rain    “Alien Rain III”
At The Gates    “The Red In The Sky Is Ours” (180 Gram)
Autechre    “L_Event_” (26 Mins 04 Secs)
Bardo Pond    “Peace On Venus”
Basic House    “Oats”
Best Coast    “Fade Away” (+ D/L)
Big Youth    “Chi Chi Run”
Boothe, Ken    “More Of Ken Boothe”
Carlos, Don And Gold    “Them Never Know Natty Dread Have Him Credential”
Cocteau Twins    “Wax And Wane” (Fan Club Press)
Coke Bust    “Confined”
Congos, The    “Heart Of The Congos”
CTRLS    “Shifting States EP”
Cults    “Static” (+ D/L)
Damned, The    “At The BBC Volume Two” (Fan Club Press)
Dead Can Dance    “Mosaic: Early Demos” (Fan Club Press)
Death Cab For Cutie    “Transatlanticism” (10th Anniversary Reissue 180 Gram + D/L With Bonus Material)
Devo    “Function: DNA” (Fan Club Press)
Duke, Doris    “A Legend In Her Own Time”
Duke, Doris    “I’m A Loser” (Ltd. Ed. 180 Gram)
DVA    “Mad Hatter EP”
Eek-A-Mouse    “Wa-Do-Dem”
Eprom    “Halflife”
Far    “Water & Solutions” (SRC HiFi Audiophile Mastering)
Fink & The Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra    “RCO: Live In Concert” (2LP Gatefold)
Flava D    “Home VIP / Hold On VIP”
Four Tet    “Late Night Tales (Classics)” (Gatefold 2LP, 180 Gram + Poster  + D/L)
Gibbs, Joe    “Dub Serial (More Dub More Dub)”
Gibbs, Joe & The Professionals    “African Dub All-Mighty ‘Solid Gold'”
Goblin    “New Goblin Tour 2013 EP” (Red Vinyl)
Haim    “Days Are Gone” (2LP 180 Gram + D/L)
Harm Wulf    “There’s Honey In The Soil So We Wait For The Till” (George Hirsch Of Blacklisted, White Vinyl + D/L)
Hershel, Raheem    “Gotta Have The Pokey”
Hess, David Alexander / Steve Chapin    “Last House On The Left”  (Gatefold, OBI Strip)
Holt, John    “Greatest Hits”
Hudson, Keith    “Entering The Dragon” (180 Gram)
Hudson, Keith    “Furnace” (180 Gram)
Jah Bible (Errol/Don Mais)    “Read Up Jah Bible”
Jam City    “Club Constructios Vol. 6”
Jarrett, Wayne    “What’s Wrong With The Youths”
Jungbluth    “Part Ache”
Kiddus I    “Graduation In Zion 1978-1980” (Import OBI Strip, Gatefold 2LP)
Levy, Barrington    “Run Come Ya!”
Little John    “Early Days”
Lloyd, Jah    “Herb Dub”
Minor Alps    “Get There” (+ D/L)
Misty Conditions    “D’ZZZZ”
Mount Kimbie    “CSFLY Remixes”
Niney The Observer    “Niney The Observer Productions: Messages From Trenchtown”
O’Sullivan, Steve    “BlueTrain – Retrospective – Strictly For Connoisseurs” (3LP Gatefold)
Pearl Jam    “Lightning Bolt” (Gatefold 2LP) [WE ARE OUT OF STOCK OF THIS ALREADY AND HOPE TO HAVE MORE FOR EARLY NEXT WEEK]
Prince Jammy    “Crucial In Dub”
Rev. Horton Heat    “We Three Kings: Christmas Favorites” (180 Gram + D/L)
Rilo Kiley    “More Adventurous”
Rilo Kiley    “Take Offs And Landing” (+ D/L)
Rival Consoles    “Odyssey”
Russian Circles    “Memorial” (Gatefold)
Sammy Dread    “Early Days”
Schnauss, Ulrich & Mark Peters    “Tomorrow Is Another Day” (+ CD)
Schnitzler, Conrad    “Silber” (180 Gram)
Schnitzler, Conrad    “Gold” (180 Gram)
Shooting Guns    “Brotherhood Of The Ram”
Smiths, The    “More Panic!” (Fan Club Press)
Souleyman, Omar    “Wenu Wenu” (Ltd. Ed. /3000 180 Gram + D/L)
SPE    “Single Point Edge”
SS/S (Silent Servant / Svreca)    “Sicario De Dios” (Standard Black Vinyl Edition)
Submerse    “Melankoly EP” (Ltd. White Vinyl + D/L)
Sugar Minott    “Hard Time Pressure (Reggae Anthology)”
Television    “Sketches: The Demos 1974-75” (Fan Club Press)
This Will Destroy You    “Live In Reykjavic, Iceland: 85-Minute Album Recorded At Harpa Concert Hall” (Ltd. Ed. Color Vinyl)
Thompson, Linval    “Six Babylon”
Thompson, Linval    “Linval” (Color Vinyl)
Toyan    “Early Days”
Trago, Tom    “Iris Remixes”
Turn On The Sunlight    “New Day”
Turner, Ike & The Kings Of Rhythm    “A Black Man’s Soul” (+ D/L)
Upset    “She’s Gone”
Vainio, Mika / Joachim Nordwall    “Monstrance” (2LP)
Various    “20 Years Of Downward Records (HALH)” (2LP)
Various    “Uprising” (3LP + D/L)
Various    “Acid Arab Collections EP #2” (Legowelt, Headcore, The Habibeats, Acid Arab)
Various    “Criminale Vol. 1, Paura” (Italian Flipper Music Label Of Many TV Soundtracks And 70s Psychedelia And Prog Rock Select Retrospective + CD & OBI Strip)
Various    “Criminale Vol. 2, Ossessione” (Italian Flipper Music Label Of Many TV Soundtracks And 70s Psychedelia And Prog Rock Select Retrospective + CD & OBI Strip)
Various    “Wild Style! Wild Style Instrumental Beats”
Various    “Tann Up Solid”
Various    “Clocktower Dub” (King Tubby, Lee Perry…)
Various    “Beatles Reimagined” (+ D/L)
Vatican Shadow    “Remember Your Black Day” (Gatefold)
Vida, Ben / Meredyth Sparks / Anthony Elms    “Extraction” (Gatefold)
Violent Femmes    “Good Ideas” (Fan Club Press)
Voice Of Progress    “Mini Bus Driver”
Weeknd, The    “Kiss Land” (Box Set)
Weezer    “Make Believe” (Original Master Recording; Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab)
Wilson, Flick    “School Days”
Winant, William    “Five American Percussion Pieces”
10″S
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Knxwledge    “Rap Traxx” (Feat. Blu, Dudley Perkins, Quelle Chris)
Hirao, Masaki And His All Stars Wagon    “Nippon Rock ‘N’ Roll: The Birth Of Japanese Rokabirii – 1958-1960” (Coloured Vinyl)
Wareham, Dean    “Emancipated Hearts (With An Appendix Of Songs)” (+ D/L)

7″s
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Aeges / Dustmoth    “Bad Blood” (Red/Black/Clear)
Black Prism    “Satan’s Country”
Madball    “Rebellion” (White Vinyl)
Red Dons    “Notes On The Underground”
Shook Ones / Death Is Not Glamorous    “Shook Ones / Death Is Not Glamorous” (Red Vinyl + D/L)
Young Band, Oscar    “Damp Circuits: The Golden Era Of Synthesizers In East Asia” (Ltd. Ed. 7″)

CDs
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Autechre    “L_event_” (26 Mins 04 Secs)
Motorhead    “Aftershock”
Stranger, The    “Watching Dead Empires In Decay”
Various    “Livity Sound” (2CD)
Various    “Dead Good: Eternal Classics From The Grim Reaper’s Jukebox”
Various    “The Best Of Halloween”
Vatican Shadow    “Remember Your Black Day”
Voice Of Progress    “Mini Bus Driver”
When The Deadbolt Breaks    “Drifting Toward The Edge Of The Earth”

Other
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Wire #357 (W/CD)

Reviews
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Bill Fay Life Is People
Bill Fay Life Is People 300
(Dead Oceans)
This English singer-songwriter and pianist demonstrates that even a four-decade gap between new material doesn’t matter when the outcome is this beautiful. After releasing two progressive-folk albums in the early 1970s, Fay returned to the studio later in the decade, but didn’t release any new material until last year. One might expect him to sound out-of-tune or dusty, but it’s exactly the opposite here. Right from the start, the piano-driven “There Is a Valley” carries itself through said valley’s air with a cinematic passion. Nature metaphors about in the more low-key but positively compelling “The Never Ending Happening,” with simply Fay at his piano (with a tender string outro) sharing his observations about life, death, war and faith. Fay’s friendship with Wilco clearly shows as well: lead singer Jeff Tweedy joins in for the brisk acoustic duet “This World,” while Fay gives their song “Jesus, Etc.” a subdued and moving piano cover.
[Reviewer: Mark]

Irma Thomas In Between Tears [Reissue]
Irma Thomas In Between Tears [Reissue]
(Alive)
Known as the “Soul Queen of New Orleans,” Thomas may not have gotten the same mainstream recognition as Aretha Franklin or Etta James, but her brand of blues, soul and R&B is just as good. The twinkling, piano-and-guitar-driven songs on this album – originally released in 1971 and now with bonus tracks – are all about female empowerment and not being taken advantage of in relationships. She tells a cheating husband about his new “love” and what he’s losing in the self-explanatory “She’ll Never Be Your Wife,” and the re-recorded “Wish Someone Would Care” ruminates about how “smiles hide a lot of things.” She explains all of her points excellently in the monologue “Coming From Behind,” stating that both sides need to show love in relationships and she won’t be a victim: “every time you men two-time, we women can three-time.”
[Reviewer: Mark]

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