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28th Of June 2013 Update

28th Of June 2013 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Reviews
at Redscroll Records



LPs & 12″s
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All Tiny Creatures    “Dark Clock” (+ D/L)
B. (Blu)    “Jesus”
Beltran, John    “Amazing Things” (2LP Gatefold)
Bjork, Brant    “Jalamanta” (10 Year Anniversary Edition)
Black Jazz Consortium    “New Horizon EP”
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7th Of June 2013 Update

7th Of June 2013 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Reviews
at Redscroll Records

We are still awaiting a restock of the Daft Punk “Random Access Memories” LPs. We’ll let you know when we have more. I know many stores still haven’t gotten their first batch yet so let’s cross our fingers for this coming week.

You might also notice that I’m continuing to slowly take inventory of our left over RSD13 items. And I’m so zany that I didn’t alphabetize the sections where we got a small amount of titles. Wacky.

LPs & 12″s
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Beacon    “The Ways We Separate”
Bell Witch    “Longing” (2LP Gatefold)
Big Eyes    “Almost Famous”
Bleeker, Alex And The Freaks    “How Far Away” (+ D/L)
Boards Of Canada    “Tomorrow’s Harvest” (2LP Gatefold)
Bonobo    “First Fires.”
Braids    “In Kind // Amends” (+ D/L)
Case Studies    “This Is Another Life” (+ D/L)
Cherry, Don    “‘Mu’ First Part” (180 Gram)
Classixx    “Hanging Gardens”
Cleaners From Venus    “In The Golden Autumn / Under Wartime Conditions / Songs For A Fallow Land / A Dawn Chorus” (4LP Box Set)
Close    “Getting Closer” (2LP + CD)
Cold World    “Dedicated To Babies Who Came Feet First”
Converge    “Caring & Killing: The Early Years 1991-1994” (2LP Gatefold)
Crowbar    “Obedience Thru Suffering”
Culo    “My Life Sucks And I Could Care Less”
D.I.S.    “Becoming Wrath”
Date Palms    “The Dusted Sessions”
Emika    “DVA” (2LP + D/L)
Free Time    “Free Time”
Friedberger, Eleanor    “Personal Record” (+ D/L)
Heavy, The    “The House That Dirt Built”
Hrdvsion    “I Like The Feeling You’re Giving Me”
Human Eye    “4: Into Unknown” (+ D/L)
Integrity    “Suicide Black Snake” (Ltd. Ed. Color)
Itinerant Dubs    “Magic”
Jeri-Jeri (Mark Ernestus Presents)    “800% Ndagga”
Jeri-Jeri (Mark Ernestus Presents)    “Ndagga Versions”
Kid Congo And The Pink Monkey Birds    “Haunted Head” (+ D/L)
King Tubby    “King Tubby’s Hometown Hi-Fi Dubplate Specials 1975-1979”
Kode9    “Uh / Ok”
Lussuria    “American Babylon” (2LP Gatefold)
Lust For Youth    “Perfect View” (+ D/L)
Man Is The Bastard / Bleeding Rectun    “Charred Remains”
Man Overboard    “Heart Attack” (+ CD)
Manipulation    “Manipulation”
Matt-U    “Frequency EP” (2×12″)
Milk Music    “Beyond Living”
Misser    “Distancing” (+ CD)
Mongoloids, The    “Mongo Life”
Monitor    “Monitor” (1981 First Time On Vinyl + D/L)
Mordecai    “College Rock” (+ D/L)
MX-80 Sound    “Hard Attack” (1977 Debut Reissue + D/L)
Oblivians    “Desperation” (+ D/L)
Octo Octa    “Between Two Selves” (2LP)
Old Wounds    “From Where We Came Is Where We’ll Rest” (Pink Vinyl)
P Jam    “Transcend” (NSWL015)
People Of The North    “Sub Contra” (Kid Millions & Bobby Matador Of Oneida)
Plank, Conny    “Who’s That Man: A Tribute To Conny Plank” (2LP; Eno, Moebius, Roedelius, Plank, Eurythmics, D.A.F., Neu!…)
Proxima    “Thermal Vision / Valve Wars”
Real Friends    “Everyone That Dragged You Here”
Rise Against    “RPM10 Revolutions Per Minute” (+ D/L; Color Vinyl)
Roedelius Schneider    “Tiden” (180 Gram LP+CD)
Rvivr    “The Beauty Between”
Schnitzler, Conrad    “Contempora” (180 Gram)
Schnitzler, Conrad / Gregor    “Conrad & Sohn” (180 Gram)
Sick/Tired    “King Of Dirt”
Sixth Station, The    “Deep Night”
Stellar Om Source    “Joy One Mile” (+ D/L)
Thompson, Linval    “Cool Down”
Toliver, Marques    “Land Of CanAan” (180 Gram + CD)
Trees    “Sickness In”
True Head    “True Head”
Uffe    “Times All”
Vanderslice, John    “Dagger Beach”
Various    “King Bullard Version: Songs Of The BOS Label”
Various    “Interpretations On F.C. Judd”
Various    “Destination: Boogie – Classic Eighties Boogie, Soul & Electro-Funk Nuggets Selected By Joey Negro & Sean P”
Various    “Under The Influence Volume Three – A Collection Of Rare Soul And Disco Compiled By James Glass”
Various    “Ninja Tune & If Music Present: If Music Is 10” (RSD13)
Various    “The Rough Guide To Cumbia” (180 Gram)
Veils, The    “Time Stays, We Go” (Ltd. Ed. Red Vinyl + CD)
Wake, The    “A Light Far Out”
Walk The Moon    “Tightrope EP”
Walker, Charles & The Dynamites    “Love Is Only Everything” (+ D/L)
Wild Nothing    “Empty Estate”
Wild, The    “Dreams Are Maps”
Xx, The    “Jamie XX Edits”

10″s
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Jaw & Kevork Keshishian    “Hazihi Laylaty”
Bombino    “Zamane Tiliade / Si Chilan”
Crenshaw, Marshall    “Stranger And Stranger” (+ D/L)
Dark Dark Dark    “What I Needed” (+ D/L)
Factory Floor    “A Wooden Box Solid Sound” (Green Vinyl + DVD)
3 Leafs    “3 Leafs”
Capacities    “There Is No Neutral”

7″s
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WarXGames    “9 Trax / No Nightmare”
Jud Jud    “X THE DEMOS X”
Raw Meat    “Raw Meat”
Turnstile    “Step 2 Rhythm”

CDs
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Black Host    “Life In The Sugar Cancle Mines”
Boards Of Canada    “Tomorrow’s Harvest” (Artcard Edition)
Gevurah    “Necheshirion”
Gold Panda    “Half Of Where You Live”
Iron Forest    “Body Horror” (DVD Size Case Numbered/400)
Iron Tongue    “The Dogs Have Barked, The Birds Have Flown”
Liar In Wait    “Translations Of the Lost”
Merky Ace    “All Or Nothing” (Grime)
Mount Kimbie    “Cold Spring Fault Less Youth”
Pharmakon    “Abandon”

Cassette Tapes
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Five Times Of Dust    “The Dadacomputer”
No    “Can You Dig It?” (Connecticut Punk Rock And Roll)
Law Of The Rope / Crown Of Bone    “Law Of The Rope / Crown Of Bone” (/200)

Magazine
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Cometbus #55

Reviews
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Coliseum Sister Faith

(Temporary Residence Ltd.)
Since forming a decade ago and going through several lineup changes, this Louisville trio has progressed from blistering hardcore to a more melodic (but still heavily rocking) alt-rock sound. Coliseum also incorporate elements of sludge and stoner metal, complete with desert rock that makes me imagine Queens of the Stone Age if they utilized a driving energy and vocal style similar to that of The Bronx. They do a great job of exploring styles from traditionally chugging metal (“Under The Blood Of The Moon”) to the storming riff-based “Black Magic Punks” (complete with whispers from just one of the album’s guest musicians: Boris singer/guitarist Wata.) One of my favorites is “Fuzzbang,” closing the album with an unexpectedly fun and infectious stoner/sludge sound (comparable to that of Torche) that melts into an almost shoegaze-style blur toward the end. 
[Reviewer: Mark]

Where We Live 

In lieu of a review from me, Rick, today I’m going to direct you to the podcast of Where We Live (WNPR, Hartford) that I appeared on today with Anthony of The Needle Drop. Check it out. We talk about a lot of new music (though we had so much more in our back pockets – you can only fit so much into an hour).
LINK: http://www.yourpublicmedia.org/content/wnpr/what-music-are-you-listening

As ever, if you’re viewing from a non-drivable distance please check what we have for sale (these titles and more) at http://www.discogs.com/seller/Redscroll

T-USED-DAY Update for June 4th, 2013

T-USED-DAY Update for June 4th, 2013
at Redscroll Records


Here are some of the latest used arrivals at the shop.Keep in mind this doesn’t include any of the CDs or many of the LPs in the general rock/pop/jazz/anything-in-the-back-room that we get in.  These are the in-store prices – if you’d like to find any of these online please visit us here: http://www.discogs.com/seller/Redscroll

LPs & 12″s
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Armstrong, Louis / Duke Ellington    “Recording Together For The First Time”    LP        $14.00
Autre Ne Veut    “Anxiety”    LP        $12.00
Barn Owl    “Ancestral Star” (Gatefold)    LP        $15.00
Barn Owl    “Lost In The Glare”    LP        $10.00
Berberian, John    “Expressions East” (180 Gram)    LP        $12.00
Big River    “Big River: Original Broadway Cast Recording” (Huck Finn)    LP        $3.00
Black Sabbath    “Headless Cross” (SEALED!)    LP        $30.00
Black Sabbath    “Seventh Star”    LP        $7.00
Black Sabbath    “Headless Cross” 12″ Single    12″        $8.00
Blue Oyster Cult    “Club Ninja”    LP        $4.00
Burning Spear    “Appointment With His Majesty”    LP        $8.00
Burning Spear    “Rasta Business”    LP        $18.00
Butterfly    “Butterfly: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack” (Ennio Morricone)    LP        $6.00
Cinderella    “Night Songs”    LP        $3.00
Convict    “Go Ahead… Make My Day”    LP        $8.00
Deafheaven    “Demo”    LP        $14.00
Deep Purple    “Machine Head”    LP        $5.00
Deep Purple    “Purple Passages”    LP        $3.00
Deep Purple    “Fireball”    LP        $5.00
Defeater    “Travels” (Brown)    LP        $22.00
Dokken    “Back For The Attack”    LP        $3.00
Dokken    “Beast From The East” (Live In Japan)    LP        $5.00
Dropdead    “Dropdead” (ARMAGEDDON01)    LP        $8.00
Echo & The Bunnymen    “Echo & The Bunnymen”    LP        $7.00
Eno, Brian / David Byrne    “My Life In The Bush Of Ghosts” (Writing On Cover)    LP        $5.00
Eric B. & Rakim    “Paid In Full” (B’Way 4005)    LP        $16.00
Europe    “The Final Countdown”    LP        $4.00
Feelies, The    “The Good Earth”    LP        $13.00
Gargleblud    “Howlin Yowlin Screamin Mess”    LP        $7.00
Gasp / Suffering Luna    “Gasp / Suffering Luna”    LP        $7.00
Godfather, The    “Love Theme From The Godfather” (Andre Kostelanetz)    LP        $2.00
Hamilton, Chico / Paul Horn    “The Great Chico Hamilton Featuring Paul Horn” (CLP5341)    LP        $7.00
Helix    “Walkin’ The Razor’s Edge”    LP        $2.00
Helix    “Wild In The Streets”    LP        $5.00
Helix    “Long Way To Heaven”    LP        $4.00
Holding Pattern    “Holding Pattern” (CT’s Own!)    LP        $30.00
Hot Water Music    “Forever And Counting” (Clear)    LP        $18.00
Icon    “Night Of The Crime”    LP        $4.00
Icon    “Icon”    LP        $4.00
Ilsa    “Intoxicantations” (Clear/Black)    LP        $18.00
Into Another    “Into Another” (Gold)    LP        $12.00
Iron Maiden    “Somewhere In Time”    LP        $17.00
Iron Maiden    “Powerslave”    LP        $13.00
Keel    “Keel”    LP        $3.00
Keel    “The Final Frontier”    LP        $2.00
Kick Axe    “Welcome To The Club”    LP        $4.00
Kick Axe    “Vices”    LP        $3.00
Killing The Dream    “Fractures” (Blue/White)    LP        $10.00
Kix    “Kix” (Autographed!)    LP        $6.00
Kix    “Cool Kids”    LP        $3.00
Krokus    “The Blitz”    LP        $2.00
Krokus    “Change Of Address”    LP        $2.00
Krokus    “One Vice At A Time”    LP        $3.00
Krokus    “Hardware”    LP        $2.00
Lady Killer    “Lady Killer”    LP        $25.00
LeMans    “LeMans”    LP        $5.00
Lizzy Borden    “Visual Lies”    LP        $6.00
Lords Of Flatbush, The    “The Lords Of Flatbush: The Original Sound Track Recording”    LP        $3.00
Lost Horizon    “Lost Horizon Original Soundtrack” (Burt Bacharach)    LP        $2.00
Love    “Love”    LP        $10.00
Martin, Steve    “Let’s Get Small”    LP        $2.00
Melvins    “Sludge Glamorous” (Clear)    LP        $14.00
Moms Mabley    “Live At Sing Sing” (Comedy)    LP        $3.00
Mongoloids, The    “Assorted Music” (Clear)    LP        $8.00
Mother Of Mercy    “Symptoms Of Existence” (Gray)    LP        $7.00
Mother’s Finest    “Iron Age”    LP        $3.00
OneOhTrix Point Never    “Replica”    LP        $13.00
Osbourne, Ozzy    “The Ultimate Sin”    LP        $6.00
Osbourne, Ozzy    “Diary Of A Madman”    LP        $5.00
Pentagram    “Last Rites” (Black)    LP        $16.00
Pink Floyd    “The Wall” (Promo Version)    LP        $13.00
Poison    “Open Up And Say… Ahh!”    LP        $8.00
Praxis    “1984”    LP        $6.00
Q5    “Steel The Light”    LP        $8.00
Rainbow    “On Stage”    LP        $5.00
Roberts, Kane    “Kane Roberts” (MACHINE GUN GUITAR!)    LP        $4.00
Scorpions    “Virgin Killer” (Band Photo)    LP        $8.00
Sense, The    “Bohnen”    LP        $2.00
Sorcerer’s Apprentice, The    “Paul Dukas’ The Sorcerer’s Apprentice” (New York Philharmonic)    LP        $2.00
Soul Control    “Cycles” (Blue)    LP        $6.00
Star Wars / Close Encounters Of The Third Kind    “Star Wars / Close Encounters Of The Third Kind” (Zubin Mehta / Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra) (Soundtracks)    LP        $1.50
Stereolab    “Emperor Tomato Ketchup”    LP        $19.00
Stormcrow / Coffins    “Stormcrow / Coffins”    LP        $13.00
Trap Them    “Darker Handcraft”    LP        $9.00
Various    “The Occult Explosion” (Sealed! Corner Cut, 2 Songs By Black Widow; Spoken Word By Anton LaVey, Alan Watts…)    LP        $35.00
Various    “Soul Shots Volume 1 A Collection Of Sixties Soul Classics”    LP        $6.00
Whitesnake    “Whitesnake” (1987)    LP        $2.00
Why?    “Mumps, Etc.”    LP        $13.00
Williams, Hank    “I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry: March 1949-August 1949”    LP        $12.00
Wollard, Chris & The Ship Thieves    “Chris Wollard & The Ship Thieves” (Red)    LP        $10.00

10″s
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Middleton, Ian    “(Rejected Test Press That Includes Material Put On A 12″ LP)”    10″        $7.00
Glory Stompers    “NineSixNineSeven”    10″        $9.00

7″s
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Against Me    “Stop!”    7″        $5.00
Alkaline Trio     “Help Me”    7″        $2.00
Beatles, The    “Eight Days A Week”    7″        $1.00
Beerzone    “Gazza Gazza” (Red)    7″        $3.00
Bristles, The    “Generation Annihilation” (Yellow)    7″        $2.00
Cornered     “Fuck Off”    7″        $3.00
Demander    “Demander”    7″        $1.00
Downpresser    “Age Of Ignorance”    7″        $3.00
Evergreen Terrace    “Blowing Chunks”    7″        $5.00
Gaslight Anthem    “The ’59 Sound”    7″        $5.00
Hip Cops    “In The Shadow Of A Grinding Death”    7″        $3.00
Hradecky, Denise    “Old 45″    7”        $1.00
Kinks, The    “Come Dancing”    7″        $2.00
Love Below    “Reproductive Rights”    7″        $2.00
Marine Electric, The    “Head West”    7″        $2.00
Oiltanker    “Crusades” (Peach)    7″        $4.00
Rolling Stones, The    “Time Is On My Side”    7″        $1.00
Rolling Stones, The    “I Can’t Get No Satisfaction”    7″        $1.00
Smith, Elliott    “Alternative Versions From Either/Or”    7″        $9.00
Spraynard / Paramedic!    “Spraynard / Paramedic”     7″        $5.00
Stabyouinthehead / Schematic Of A Waking Life    “Stabyouinthehead / Schematic Of A Waking Life”    7″        $1.00
Subway Thugs    “Subway Thugs” (Picture Disc)    7″        $5.00
Swingin’ Utters     “Teen Idol Eyes”    7″        $3.00
Templars     “Milites Templi”    7″        $3.00
Templars, The / Gundog    “I Don’t Need You / Middle Of Nowhere”    7″        $5.00
This Is Hell    “Warbirds”    7″        $2.00
Toxic Narcotic / The Unseen    “Boston’s Finest”    7″        $4.00
U.S. Bombs    “Tora! Tora! Tora!” (Red)    7″        $3.00
Various    “Urban Soldiers” (Templars, Impact…)    7″        $1.00
Various    “Kill All The Boyscouts Volume 1″ (The Warriors, Templars, Posers…)    7”        $6.00
Various    “Cock Sparrer. A Tribute To Our Favorite Droogies”    7″        $5.00
Various    “The Right To Assemble Volume One”    7″        $3.00
Vigilantes, The    “The Vigilantes”    7″        $2.00

Cassettes
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A Perfect Circle    “Mer De Noms”        Cassette        $3.00
Anthrax    “Sound Of White Noise”        Cassette        $2.00
Armored Saint    “Saints Will Conquer”        Cassette        $2.00
Armored Saint    “Symbol Of Salvation”        Cassette        $2.00
Armored Saint    “March Of The Saint”        Cassette        $4.00
Armored Saint    “Raising Fear”        Cassette        $2.00
Meat Puppets    “Too High To Die”        Cassette        $3.00
Metallica    “Garage Inc.” (2xTape)        Cassette        $4.00
Motorhead    “March Or Die”        Cassette        $2.00
No Doubt    “Tragic Kingdom”        Cassette        $5.00
Osbourne, Ozzy    “No More Tears”        Cassette        $2.00
Osbourne, Ozzy    “OzzMosis”        Cassette        $2.00
Pink Floyd    “The Division Bell”        Cassette        $3.00
Soundgarden    “Superunknown”        Cassette        $2.00
Tool    “Opiate”        Cassette        $3.00

31st Of May 2013 Update

31st Of May 2013 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Reviews
at Redscroll Records



LPs & 12″s
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Allin, GG & The Murder Junkies    “Brutality & Bloodshed For All” (Red Vinyl)
Animal Collective    “Monkey Been To Burn Town” (+ D/L)
Art Ensemble Of Chicago    “Great Black Music A Jackson In Your House” (180 Gram)
Bad Doctors, The    “Distractions” (Philadelphia)
Band, The    “The Last Waltz” (3LP, 180 Gram)
Benga    “Chapter II” (2LP)
Brazos    “Saltwater” (+ D/L)
Cherry, Don    “Mu – Second Part”
Coupler    “Sunless” (+ D/L)
Del Tha Funky Homosapien    “No Need For Alarm” (2LP)
Digable Planets    “Blowout Comb” (Reissue First Press With Embossed Jacket + Poster)
Grateful Dead    “Dead Set” (2LP)
Have Mercy    “The Earth Pushed Back”
Jandek    “Ready For The House / Six And Six / Chair Beside A Window” (Box Set RSD13)
John, Matt    “The Keys” (2LP)
Jurado, Damien    “Where Shall You Take Me?” (10th Anniversary Edition 2LP Gatefold With Expanded Content)
Justice    “(Cross)”
Kadavar    “Abra Kadavar” (Purple)
King Tuff    “Was Dead”
Kink Gong    “Voices”
Koreless    “Yugen”
KVB, The    “Immaterial Visions Remixes”
Last Stand, The    “The Time Is Now” (Color Vinyl)
Lights    “Siberia Acoustic”
M83 / Anthony Gonzalez / Joseph Trapanese    “Oblivion: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack” (180 Gram 2LP Gatefold)
Mad Season    “Above” (180 Gram)
Marling, Laura    “Once I Was An Eagle” (2LP 180 Gram + D/L)
Mutant Supremacy    “Infinite Suffering”
Patton, Mike    “Music From The Motion Picture ‘The Place Beyond The Pines'”
Portugal. The Man    “Evil Friends”
Queens Of The Stone Age    “… If Clockwork” (Deluxe Heavyweight Edition Pressed On 180 Gram + Exclusive 20 Page Book + D/L + Lottery Ticket; Out For Sale On Tuesday June 4, 2013)
Queens Of The Stone Age    “… If Clockwork” (Indie Exclusive With Blue Album Artwork + D/L + Lottery Ticket; Out For Sale On Tuesday June 4, 2013)
Rodion G.A.    “The Lost Tapes” (+CD)
Russell, Alice    “To Dust” (180 Gram Gatefold + D/L)
Sannhet    “Known Flood” (+ D/L)
Savage, Sean Nicholas    “Other Life” (+ D/L)
Shepp, Archie And The Full Moon Ensemble    “Live In Antibes (Vol. 2)” (180 Gram)
Sigur Ros    “Hvarf / Heim” (+ D/L) (Out for Sale on June 4, 2013 – Tuesday)
Snoop Lion    “Reincarnated”
Still Corners    “Strange Pleasures” (+ D/L)
Stip, Valentin    “Angst”
Talabot, John    “So Will Be Now”
Teeth Of The Sea    “Orphaned By The Ocean”
Terror    “Keepers Of The Faith”
Tesseract    “Altered State” (2LP Gatefold 180 Gram)
Tijuana Panthers    “Semi Sweet”
Total Life / Deceh    “Total Life / Deceh”
Umberto    “Night Has A Thousand Screams” (+ D/L)
Van Wissem, Josef    “Nihil Obstat”
Van Zandt, Townes    “Live At The Whole Coffeehouse, Minneappolis MN, November 1973” (Clear)
Voices From The Lake    “Voices From The Lake” (3LP)
When Saints Go Machine    “Infinity Pool” (+ CD)

10″s
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Airhead & James Blake    “Pembroke”
All Out War    “1992 Demo”
Growlers, The    “Gay Thoughts”
Insect Ark    “Long Arms”
Stranglehold    “Stranglehold”
Airhead & James Blake    “Pembroke”
All Out War    “1992 Demo”
Growlers, The    “Gay Thoughts”
Insect Ark    “Long Arms”
Stranglehold    “Stranglehold”

7″s (We just inventoried our left over RSD 7″s so those are included here as well.)
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?/? (Grateful Dead / Dr. John)    “(Mystery Side By Side Record Store Day Release)”
Actor, The    “Unreal Personality” (Flexi)
Alabama Shakes    “Be Mine” (Third Man Live)
Andriano, Dan    “Dan Andriano In The Emergency Room”
Bad Doctors, The    “Spit It Out / Twilight Of The Idols”
Blu    “Thelonius King” (RSD13)
Bragg, Billy    “No One Knows Nothing Anymore” (RSD13)
Brickwall Vultures    “Vultures Rule O.K.!” (Color Vinyl)
Bucket Flush    “Bucket Flush”
Cash, Johnny    “Get Rhythm / I Walk The Line”
Charles Bronson / Unanswered    “Charles Bronson / Unanswered” (Orange Clear)
Cooper    “Live At The Historic Star Theater” (RSD13)
Creative Adult    “Dead Air”
Dead Weather, The    “Treat Me Like Your Mother”
Deftones    “Rocket Skates”
Dopestroke    “Dopestroke”
Down To Nothing    “Greetings From Richmond, Virginia” (White)
Erickson, Roky And The Aliens    “Bloody Hammer” (RSD13)
Fake Problems / You Blew It!    “Fake Problems / You Blew It!”
Foxygen    “No Destruction / Where’s the Money?”
Globe Unity ’75    “Und Jetzt Die Sportschau” (RSD13)
Golden Void    “Golden Void” (RSD13)
Gonn    “Gonn” (Picture Disc RSD13)
Greene, Jackie    “Love Is A Shining Catastrophe” (RSD13)
Greiner, Svarte / Lakes Of Grass And Gold    “Landscape Of Open Eyes” (RSD13)
Handsome Neds, The    “In Spite Of The Danger” (RSD13)
Hell Beach    “Ocean Floor” (Third Man Live)
Holcomb, Drew And The Neighbors    “Live At Eddie’s Attic” (RSD13)
Ides Of Gemini    “Hexagram 45” (RSD13)
Infest    “Days Turn Black” (Single Sided White Label; Black Vinyl /1250)
Inside Out    “No Spiritual Surrender” (Color Vinyl)
Invisible Hands, The    “Insect Dilemma” (RSD13)
Keene, Tommy    “Back To Zero Now” (RSD13)
Lloyd, Adrian    “Lorna” (RSD13)
Lonely Island, The    “YOLO” (RSD13)
Most Precious Blood    “Demo”
Mudhoney / Gas Huffer    “You Stupid Asshole / Knife Manual”
Mum    “Toothwheel”
Mum    “Toothwheels”
Nelson, Willie    “Roll Me Up And Smoke Me When I Die” (RSD13)
Night Marchers / Mrs. Magician    “Night Marchers / Mrs. Magician” (RSD13)
Novice, The    “What You Want / Your Crime”
O+S    “Flowers Turn To Fire” (RSD13)
Office Of Future Plans / Daria    “Office Of Future Plans / Daria” (RSD13″
People’s Temple, The    “Never More” (Third Man Live)
Poison Idea    “Filthkick E.P.” (RSD13)
Prisonaires    “Baby Please / Just Walkin’ In The Rain”
Promised Land    “Yes You Can” (Third Man Live)
Purity Control    “Adjusting”
Reed, Eli “Paperboy”    “WooHoo” (RSD13)
Repos, The    “Armed And Using / Hole In The Hill”
Ringworm    “Demo” (RSD13)
Rowe, Sean    “To Leave Something Behind” (RSD13)
Rule Of Thirds    “Rule Of Thirds”
Seven Sisters Of Sleep / Ilsa    “Seven Sisters Of Sleep / Ilsa” (RSD13)
Son Lux    “Black Waters” (Clear Flexi-Disc)
Star Trek / Lost In Space    “Star Trek / Lost In Space” (RSD13)
Stereo Total    “Heroes” (RSD13)
Street Dogs    “Street Dogs” (RSD13)
Thermals    “Desperate Ground Demos” (RSD13)
Thomas Jr., Rufus “Hound Dog”    “Bear Cat / Walking In The Rain”
Tigers Jaw / The World Is A Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid To Die / Code Orange Kids / Self Defense Family    “Tigers Jaw / The World Is A Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid To Die / Code Orange Kids / Self Defense Family”
Times Square / Sweet May    “Times Square / Sweet May” (RSD13)
Trashmen, The    “Mean Woman Blues / Big Boss Man” (RSD13)
Ttotals    “Spectrums Of Light” (Mastered At Sonic Boom)
Virgins, The    “Prima Materia”
Virgins, The    “Fmd.” (RSD13)
Warbrain / Minus    “Warbrain / Minus”
Watt, Mike & The Black Gang    “Rebel Girl” (RSD13)
Wedding Present, The    “2 Chansons” (RSD13)
Whirr    “Part Time Punks Session” (Blue RSD13)
Written Off    “Written Off”
Youthbitch    “I’m In Love With Girls” (+ D/L)

CDs (Many of the bigger name titles here we got at a great discount and most of those are about $6.)
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Alice In Chains    “The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here” (Red Jewel Case)
Anamanaguchi    “Endless Fantasy”
Anthrax    “Among The Living”
Black Dog, The    “Tranklements”
Black Sabbath    “Vol. 4”
Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band    “The Mirror Man Sessions” (Original Masters)
Cohen, Leonard    “Death Of A Ladies Man”
Come    “Eleven:Eleven” (The Deluxe Edition; 2xCD)
Cooper, Alice    “School’s Out”
Corrosion Of Conformity    “Wiseblood”
Crystal Fighters    “Cave Rave”
Daft Punk    “Random Access Memories”
Deafheaven    “Sunbather”
Dirty Beaches    “Drifters / Love Is The Devil”
Eluvium    “Nightmare Ending” (2CD)
Harkonen    “Charge”
Judas Priest    “Turbo”
Kitty Badass    “One Cell At A Time”
Kode 9    “Rinse 22: Mixed By Kode 9”
Melvins    “Everybody Loves Sausage” (Melvins Tribute To Venom, Queen, The Scientists…)
Morrissey    “Years Of Refusal”
Mors Sonat    “Comforts In Atrocity”
Mutant Supremacy    “Infinite Suffering”
National, The    “Trouble Will Find Me”
Periferia S.A.    “Periferia S.A.”
Queens Of The Stone Age    “… Like Clockwork” (Out For Sale On Tuesday June 4, 2013)
Rainbow    “Ritchie Blackmore’s Rainbow”
Rush    “2112”
Russell, Alice    “To Dust”
Scorpions    “Taken By Force”
Scorpions    “Animal Magnetism”
She & Him    “Volume 3”
Silversun Pickups    “Neck Of The Woods”
Spock’s Beard    “Brief Nocturnes And Dreamless Sleep”
Still Corners    “Strange Pleasures”
Tears For Fears    “The Best Of Tears For Fears: The Millenium Collection”
Tera Melos    “X’ed Out”
Umberto    “Night Has A Thousand Screams”
Various    “Studio One Sound”
Various Artists    “Psycho Civilized”
Velvet Underground    “White Light / White Heat” (Verve)
Velvet Underground & Nico    “The Velvet Underground & Nico” (Andy Warhol)

Reviews
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Prurient Through The Window

(Blackest Ever Black)
Currently residing in Los Angeles (formerly New York City,) Dominick Fernow has become one of the most prominent and prolific figures in noise music since first releasing material as Prurient 15 years ago. I’ve only heard several of the dozens and dozens of releases in his body of work, but much of what I found was multiple varieties of harsh noise, such as the 2002 album The History of Aids placing ultra-distorted, ancient romantic poetry atop bracing metallic shrieks. His material this decade is particularly noteworthy and surprising: this and 2011’s Bermuda Drain see Fernow experimenting with synthpop and techno. While it’s certainly a transition from speaker-destroying noise, it’s not “going soft:” it just sounds really good. Indeed, the opening 17-and-a-half title track is both danceable (to an extent) and brooding, with Fernow’s abstract poetry floating through jet-black clouds synth clouds slowly swarming over pulsating beats. On the second side, the sound transitions back to rumbling noise for a bit (“Terracotta Spine”) before closing with ten minutes of shadowy techno again (“You Show Great Spirit.”) It’s certainly an interesting new endeavor.
[Reviewer: Mark]

Mazes Ores & Minerals

(FatCat)
This lo-fi indie rock band may be from England, but their music sounds like it’d fit perfectly among 90s college rock such as Pavement. Mazes has been around since 2009, releasing several seven-inches and – two years ago – their debut full-length A Thousand Heys. On this follow-up, they once again sound jangly and catchy, as if they’re scoring a late-Summer park stroll.  Nearly-seven-minute opener “Bodies” uses a chiming, Krautrock-esque guitar repeating throughout even after the uneasily upbeat vocals cease. Similarly catchy, memorable melodies also permeate tracks such as the lightly guitar-burned “Dan Higgs Particle” and twinkling “Bite.” My favorite track is easily “Sucker Punched,” with emotional lyrics referring to emotions hitting “like a freight train” and a sound that’s like sunlight beaming through clouds at the end of the day.
[Reviewer: Mark]

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10th Of May 2013 Update

10th Of May 2013 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Reviews
at Redscroll Records



LPs & 12″s
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Adult    “The Way Things Fall” (+ D/L)
Ancient Chinese Secret    “Caveat Emptor”
Anonymous    “Inside The Shadow” (Tip-On Jacket)
Batillus    “Concrete Sustain”
Beau Navire    “Lumens”
Black Dog, The    “Tranklements” (3LP)
Blitz    “Time Bomb: Early Singles And Demos Collection”
Blue Daisy / Unknown Shapes    “Used To Give A F*ck”
Blunt, Dean    “The Redeemer”
Bone Dance    “Bone Dance”
Bonobo    “Black Sands Remixed” (3LP + D/L)
Brian Jonestown Massacre    “… And This Is Our Music (Tomorrow’s Heroes Today)”
Cale, John & Friends    “Live At The Ocean Club In New York, July 21, 1976” (Yellow Vinyl)
Captain, We’re Sinking    “The Future Is Cancelled” (Ltd. Ed. Color)
Caretaker    “Persistent Repetition Of Phrases”
Caretaker    “An Empty Bliss Beyond This World”
Caretaker    “Patience (After Sebald)”
Charlatan    “Equinox”
Cindytalk    “A Life Is Everywhere”
Coh    “Retro 2038” (2LP Gatefold)
Cosmin TRG    “Gordian” (2LP Gatefold)
Dalhous    “An Ambassador For Laing”
Death Cab For Cutie    “Narrow Stairs”
Deviation Social    “Tempus / Deathwatch ‘From End To Beginning’ Vol. 2” (+ D/L)
Dungeonesse    “Dungeonesse” (+ D/L)
Ernestus, Mark / Ben Zabo    “Wari Vo Dubwise”
Fitz And The Tantrums    “More Than Just A Dream”
Gordon, Peter & Factory Floor    “Beachcombing Cside”
Greiner, Svarte    “Black Tie” (+ D/L + Poster)
Hooker, John Lee    “Burnin'”
Human Mess    “Follow You Home”
Hypnolove    “Ghost Carnival”
Innercity    “Terrestreality”
Invisible Hands    “Invisible Hands” (2LP; 1 Album 2 Languages/Slightly Different Mixes)
James, Skip    “The Complete 1931 Session” (180 Gram)
Je Suis Le Petit Chevalier    “L’Enfant Sauvage”
Johnson, Otis G.    “Everything: God Is Love ’78 (Holy Spirit)”
Jones, Glenn    “My Garden State”
Joy Division    “YMCA 2-8-79” (180 Gram + Poster Insert)
Kareem    “Porto Ronco”
Kavinsky    “Outrun” (Ltd. Ed. Book Sleeve Version With Exclusive Images)
Kid Cudi    “Indicud” (3LP Gatefold + D/L)
Klosowski, A.K. / Pyrolator    “Home Taping Is Killing Music” (180 Gram)
Knife, The    “Silent Shout” (2LP)
Letherette    “Letherette” (2LP)
Marcelus    “Emerald EP”
Mayer, Michael    “Mantasy Remixe 2”
Menomena    “Mines” (+ D/L)
Mind Over Mirrors    “High And Upon”
MM/KM    “MM/KM” (TRILOGY003EP)
Moore, Steve    “Horror Business” (RSDUK13 Red Vinyl)
Mpala Garoo    “Ou Du Monde”
Otis, Shuggie    “Freedom Flight” (180 Gram)
Parks, Van Dyke    “Super Chief” (RSD13 Delayed Title)
Pharmakon    “Abandon” (+ D/L)
Praxis    “Profanation: Preparation For A Coming Darkness” (+ D/L)
Pure X    “Crawling Up The Stairs”
Queens    “End Times”
Ricky Fitts    “Wizard Lisp”
Roach, Max / Clifford Brown    “Daahoud”
Roedelius    “Offene Turen” (180 Gram)
Sagor & Swing    “Botvid Grenlunds Park”
Saltland    “I Thought It Was Us But It Was All Of Us” (180 Gram + Poster + D/L)
Satanic Threat    “In To Hell” (Color Vinyl)
Seasick    “Ouroboros”
Seaven Teares    “Power Ballads” (+ D/L)
Shitlickers, The    “1982”
Small Black    “Limits Of Desire” (Ltd. Ed. On White Vinyl + D/L)
Stellar Om Source    “Elite Excel”
Terranova    “Painkiller EP”
Tidal / Rambutan    “Tidal / Rambutan”
Time Is A Mountain    “Time Is A Mountain”
Vampire Weekend    “Modern Vampires Of The City” (Indie Exclusive Ltd. Ed. White Heavyweight Vinyl + D/L)(Out For Sale On Tues. 5-14-13)
Var (War)    “No One Dances Quite Like My Brother” (+ D/L)
Various    “Good God! Apocryphal Hymns” (2LP Gatefold)
Various    “Panorama Bar 05” (Fred P, Juju & Jordash, Big Strick)
Various    “Kenya Special: Selected East African Recordings From The 1970s & ’80s” (3LP + 7″ + D/L With 8  Extra Tracks)
Various    “Nigeria Special: Part 2 Modern Highlife, Afro-Sounds & Nigerian Blues 1970-6” (2×180 Gram LP + D/L)
Vondelpark    “Seabed” (+ CD)
Walo Shatan Gwari    “African Music Village”
White Lung    “It’s The Evil”
White Stripes, The    “White Blood Cells”
White Stripes, The    “De Stijl”

7″s
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Aeges    “Roaches / Dirt” (Brown Vinyl)
Bibio    “A Tout A L’Heure”
Caged Animal    “Caged Animal”
Creative Adult    “Bulls In The Yard”
Daylight    “Run For Cover Acoustic Series #3”
Gaslight Anthem, The    “Forty-Five / You Got Lucky”

CDs
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Arial Pink    “Thrash And Burn” (Late-90’s Music Concrete Project; 2CD)
Ark Of The Covenant    “Self Harvest”
Iron And Wine    “Ghost On Ghost”
Iron Fist Of The Sun    “Who Will Help Me Wash My Right Hand”
Orchestre Poly-Rythmo De Cotonou*    “Volume 3 The Skeletal Essences Of Afro Funk 1969-1980”
Vampire Weekend    “Modern Vampires Of The City” (Out For Sale On Tues. 5-14-13)
Var (War)    “No One Dances Quite Like My Brothers”

Magazine
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Mass Appeal Issue 52 Magazine

Reviews
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Ex Cops True Hallucinations

(Other Music)
On their debut full-length, this Brooklyn quintet is all about feeling good with its half hour of mellow, dream pop-tinged indie rock.  Formed as a duo in 2011, vocalists Amalie Bruun (formerly of Minks) and Brian Harding (formerly of Hymns, and also a guitarist and keyboardist) first released a short-run CD-EP and later a seven-inch featuring two of its tracks, which also made it to this album. Both “You Are a Lion, I Am a Lamb” and “The Millionaire” showcase a catchy summertime atmosphere, sounding like ethereal surf-pop that can be sunny and energetic or cool and subdued.  I personally have a strong liking for the Beach Boys-esque “Spring Break (Birthday Song;)” a driving mid-tempo acoustic number that’s about as easy-going as it gets.
[Reviewer: Mark]

Iron Reagan Worse Than Dead

(Magic Bullet/A389)
It’s no surprise that this Richmond, Virginia punk band is all about thrashing fury, as it features members from Darkest Hour and Municipal Waste (the latter of which is the most comparable to its sound.) They blaze through 19 under-two-minute songs with an intense, buzz-saw rush similar to that of crossover thrash forefathers Cro-Mags and D.R.I., incorporating elements of both punk and metal. Their targets include everyone from “religious” scammers (“I Predict the Death of Harold Camping,”) to “The Debt Collector” who leeches off people who need medical care, to lawmakers who make it too easy to maniacs to obtain weapons, with the “Two Examples” being the Virginia Tech and Aurora theater shootings. It’s fitting to have topical commentary for these uneasy times.
[Reviewer: Mark]

Pharmakon Abandon

(Sacred Bones)
Power electronics is male dominated. Pharmakon is a project of a female (Margaret Chardiet). There, that’s out of the way. I have some experience with p.e. and recordings of it. Much of the time the recordings are piss poor and that is a lot of the charm (“charm”) much of the time (much of the time [muchuchch ofofvvv thethethhhuhuhuu timeimeimemmmm]). Here’s where this recording is different and here is perhaps why this divergence is getting so much recognition (aside from that first thing I mentioned). This recording is meticulously well produced. It’s a noise record, let’s understand that. It’s not “Pet Sounds” or any such polished pop album. It is however not a Grey Wolves or Con-Dom or Deathpile or Anenzephalia (not even the newest one) or any number of artists’ album though it does owe a debt to all of them. It’s powerful and angry and noisy and honestly a bit all over the place from song to song; it’s all within the p.e. spectrum mind you. It’s never boring.
[Reviewer: Rick]

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