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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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T-USED-DAY Update for May 7th, 2013

T-USED-DAY Update for May 7th, 2013
at Redscroll Records

 
Here are some of the latest used arrivals at the shop. This week I’m a little behind on inventory upkeep after a super great busy week so please call ahead if you plan on taking the trip for a certain item to make sure we have it in. 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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2 Live Crew    “Me So Horny”    12″        $1.50
50 Cent    “Curtis” (2LP Gatefold)    LP        $5.00
A1 People    “Goin’ Down”    LP        $1.00
AC/DC    “Fly On The Wall”    LP        $5.00
Alphabet Soup    “Take A Ride”    12″        $2.00
An Albatross    “Eat Lightning, Sh*t Thunder”    LP        $8.00
Animal Collective    “Transverse Temporal Gyrus”    LP        $10.00
Arrange    “New Memory”    LP        $5.00
AX    “AX II”    LP        $5.00
B.G. The Prince Of Rap    “This Beat Is Hot”    12″        $2.00
Best Friends!    “Best Friends!”    LP        $4.00
Blue Oyster Cult    “Tyranny And Mutation”    LP        $4.00
Blue Oyster Cult    “Secret Treaties”    LP        $4.00
Bonde Do Role    “Solta O Frango”    LP        $1.00
Brown, Greg    “The Iowa Waltz”    LP        $8.00
Buttons The Chimp    “Infinite Number Of…….”    LP        $5.00
Cheech & Chong    “Big Bambu” (+ Giant Rolling Paper!)    LP        $3.00
Cheech & Chong    “Cheech & Chong’s Wedding Album”    LP        $3.00
Cinderella    “Night Songs”    LP        $4.00
Clash, The    “Sandinista” (3LP)    LP        $12.00
Clay, Andrew “Dice”    “Dice”    LP        $3.00
Click Click    “Bent Massive”    LP        $5.00
Cult, The    “Love”    LP        $6.00
Cure, The    “Concert: The Cure Live”    LP        $12.00
Damned, The    “Anything”    LP        $7.00
Deep Purple    “When We Rock, We Rock And When We Roll, We Roll”    LP        $4.00
Def Leppard    “Pyromania” (Sealed!)    LP        $3.00
Dio    “Intermission”    LP        $5.00
Doors, The    “The Doors: 3LP Bootleg Box Set (2LPs From 1969 In Westbury, CT, 1LP From 1968 In Denmark)”    LP        $50.00
Doors, The    “The Doors” (Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab)    LP        $30.00
Doors, The    “The End (Delta: Apocalypse Now Cover)    12”        $5.00
Dredd Foole And The Din    “Take Off Your Skin”    LP        $5.00
Drifter / Devize    “Leola”    LP        $1.00
Ex Models    “Chrome Panthers”    LP        $7.00
Faithless    “Insomnia”    12″        $3.00
Fujiwara, Hiroshi    “The APC Experience”    LP        $2.00
Full Force    “Guess Who’s Comin’ To The Crib?”    LP        $3.00
Ghostbusters    “Ghostbusters: Orginal Soundtrack Album”    LP        $2.00
Gray Market Goods    “Soldier Of Fortune”    LP        $2.00
Hammer And The Nails    “Maxi E.P.”    LP        $8.00
Ice-T    “Colors”    12″        $3.00
Impressions, The    “Ridin’ High”    LP        $10.00
Integrity    “Systems Overload” (Original Victory Records Pressing)    LP        $38.00
Jefferson Airplane    “Jefferson Airplane” (Sealed!)    LP        $7.00
Jenny Piccolo    “Information Battle To Denounce The Genocide”    LP        $5.00
Judas Priest    “Judas Priest (Screaming For Vengeance Picture On Front)” (Picture Disc)”    LP        $24.00
Judas Priest    “Priest… Live!”    LP        $5.00
Land Shark    “Tie Me Up”    LP        $2.00
Lennon, John    “Telecasts” (Unofficial)    LP        $13.00
Lennon, John / Yoko Ono    “Double Fantasy” (Japanese Pressing With OBI Strip)    LP        $15.00
Levy, O’Donel    “Windows”    LP        $5.00
Manowar    “Fighting The World”    LP        $10.00
Mara’akate    “Mara’akate”    LP        $3.00
Mathews, Ronnie    “Legacy”    LP        $6.00
McCartney, Paul    “Back In The U.S.A.” (3LP Unofficial On Red, White & Blue Vinyl)    LP        $25.00
McCartney, Paul    “Friends Of The Earth World Tour 1989/90” (Unofficial 2LP)    LP        $15.00
Megadeth    “Peace Sells… But Who’s Buying?”     LP        $7.00
Metal Church    “Metal Church”    LP        $10.00
Metallica    “Master Of Puppets”    LP        $18.00
Metallica    “Ride The Lightning”    LP        $22.00
Metallica    “The $5.98 E.P. Garage Days Re-Revisited”    LP        $5.00
Minotaur Shock    “Muesli”    LP        $3.00
Mono, Ben    “Universal Unit”    LP        $1.00
Motley Crue    “Shout At The Devil”    LP        $5.00
Motley Crue    “Theatre Of Pain”    LP        $4.00
Mountain High / No-Fi Soul Rebellion    “Mountain High / No-Fi Soul Rebellion”    LP        $5.00
Moving Units / Wives    “Moving Units / Wives”    LP        $5.00
Obsession    “Scarred For Life”    LP        $7.00
Obsession    “Methods Of Madness”    LP        $5.00
One-Two    “O-Hot Brain”    LP        $2.00
Osbourne, Ozzy    “Diary Of A Madman”    LP        $5.00
Palatka    “The End Of Irony”    LP        $8.00
Plasticland    “Wonder Wonderful Wonderland”    LP        $7.00
Queensryche    “Rage For Order”    LP        $6.00
Rainbow    “Straight Between The Eyes”    LP        $4.00
Rainbow    “Jealous Lover”    LP        $4.00
Rainbow    “Love Live Rock ‘N’ Roll”    LP        $6.00
Ras Kass    “Soul On Ice (Remix) / Marinatin”    12″        $3.00
Reed, Lou    “New York”    LP        $8.00
Remainder    “Continuum”    LP        $12.00
Run D.M.C.    “Run-D.M.C.” (First Album)    LP        $8.00
Rush    “Rush”    LP        $8.00
Rush    “Caress Of Steel”    LP        $8.00
Saffron    “One Love”    LP        $1.00
Scorpions    “World Wide Live”    LP        $5.00
Silver Apples    “Silver Apples”    LP        $12.00
Slade    “The Story Of Slade” (German 2LP Gatefold)    LP        $12.00
Solange    “Robots Are Un-American”    12″        $6.00
Sons Of Silence    “Back On Your Heads”    LP        $2.00
Strauss, Richard & Los Angeles Philharmonic    “Also Sprach Zarathustra / Zubin Mehta”    LP        $5.00
Swell    “Swell”    LP        $17.00
Swift, Rob    “Dope On Plastic (Large Professor Remix)”    12″        $4.00
Swollen Members    “Front Street”    12″        $2.00
Teachers    “Original Soundtrack From The Motion Picture, Teachers”    LP        $1.00
Thin Lizzy    “Life-Live” (2LP Gatefold)    LP        $10.00
Tong, Winston    “Interview” (Not Music, An Interview)    LP        $5.00
Unrestrained    “Unrestrained!”    LP        $10.00
Various    “RFT”    LP        $2.00
Various    “Telephone Tracks”    LP        $5.00
Various    “Cycle 3 – Sector 2”    LP        $6.00
Various    “Dynamite With A Laserbeam: Queen As Heard Through The Meat Grinder Of Three One G”    LP        $7.00
Various    “Menace II Society: Soundtrack”    LP        $6.00
Various    “Destroy New Granada”    LP        $5.00
Various    “Mega Hurtz” (Riot, Sanctuary, Slammin’ Watusis, Fifth Angel)    LP        $5.00
Various    “Renegade Rollers Volume Three” (Tronik 100, TC1 & Stress Level, Junior Cartel, Cam)    LP        $1.00
Volum II    “Kotadelic Cytex”    LP        $4.00
Welles, Orson    “The Begatting Of The President”    LP        $1.00
White Laces    “White Laces”    LP        $10.00
Whitesnake    “Whitesnake” (1987)    LP        $3.00
Wilmer & The Dukes    “Wilmer & The Dukes”    LP        $14.00
Zappa, Frank    “Joe’s Garage Acts II & III”    LP        $8.00
Zom Zoms    “Zom Zoms”    LP        $10.00

10″s
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Asterisk* / Jenny Piccolo    “Asterisk* / Jenny Piccolo” (Orange)    10″        $6.00
Blood Brothers, The    “Rumors Laid Waste”    10″        $10.00
CombatWoundedVeteran    “Duck Down For The Torso”    10″        $10.00
Ghosting    “Hearts EP”    10″        $4.00
Guns N’ Bombs    “Nothing Is Getting Us Anywhere”    10″        $2.00
W.A.S.P.    “F*ck Like A Beast” (Shaped Picture Disc 7″ – Filed In 10″s Because It Is Oversized)    10″        $12.00

7″s
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A Primitive & Savage Land    “A Primitive And Savage Land”    7″        $3.00
Adams, Ryan    “Do I Wait / Darkness”    7″        $8.00
Angel Assassins, The    “Cult Of…”    7″        $2.00
Army Of Jesus    “Rats In The Walls” (Yellow)    7″        $3.00
Blood Brothers / Milemarker    “Stereo Dynamics!”    7″        $3.00
Blood Brothers, The    “Ambulance Vs. Ambulance” (Light Blue)    7″        $5.00
Daughters    “Daughters”    7″        $6.00
End Of A Year / Three Fifteen    “End Of A Year / Three Fifteen”    7″        $3.00
First Annual, The    “Carolina EP”    7″        $3.00
Four Hundred Years    “Four Hundred Years”    7″        $3.00
Heavy, The    “What Makes A Good Man?”    7″        $3.00
Kiwanuka, Michael    “I’m Getting Ready / Tell Me A Tale (Live)”    7″        $5.00
Maladie    “Maladie”    7″        $3.00
Moby & Mark Lanegan    “The Lonely Night”    7″        $25.00
Naw Dude    “Naw Dude”    7″        $3.00
O Lucky Man    “O Lucky Man”    7″        $2.00
Ponderosa    “Navajo” (Blue)    7″        $2.00
Swing Kids    “Swing Kids”    7″        $3.00
Tom Foolery And The Mistakes / The Needies    “Tom Foolery And The Mistakes / The Needies”    7″        $2.00
Toru Okuda + Olive Tree    “Toru Okuda + Olive Tree”    7″        $2.00
Various    “Fat Possum Records: Untitled” (Crocodiles, Wavves, Thomas Function, Preacher Man)    7″        $2.00

3rd Of May 2013 Update

3rd Of May 2013 Update 
of New and Key Restocked Items + Reviews
at Redscroll Records


LPs & 12″s
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!!! (Chk Chk Chk)    “Thr!!!er” (+ D/L)
Akron/Family    “Sub Verses” (Ltd. Ed. White Vinyl + D/L)
Andrew Jackson Jihad    “Knife Man”
Anno Stamm    “Fragments A” (+ D/L)
Appleseed Cast, The    “Illumination Ritual” (+ D/L)
Arrington De Dionyso’s Malaikat Dan Singa    “Open The Crown”
Aybee    “Worlds
Baker, Aidan With Plurals    “Glass Crocodile Medicine” (/500)
Barbarella    “The Hits Songs Of The Wild Movie Barbarella & Other Way Out Themes” (Soundtrack; The Young Lovers)
Beatles, The    “Anthology” (2LP Gatefold)
Bicep    “Stash” EP
Blaak Heat Shujaa    “The Edge Of An Era” (+ D/L)
Black Jazz Consortium    “New Horizon EP”
Bleak    “Origins Of Chaos”
Blood Of Heroes, The    “The Waking Nightmare” (Justin K. Broadrick, Submerged, Dr. Israel, Tony Maimone, Enduser, Balazs Pandi, M. Gregor Filip, Joel Hamilton, Tompa)
Body, The    “Master, We Perish”
Bone Sickness    “Alone In The Grave”
Brand Nubian    “One For All” (2LP Reissue)
Bright Eyes    “The People’s Key”
Capitalist Kids, The    “Lessons On Love, Sharing, And Hygiene”
Cayucas    “Bigfoot” (Ltd. Ed. Colored Vinyl + D/L)
Cold World / Extortion    “Cold World / Extortion”
Coliseum    “Sister Faith” (+ D/L)
Connors, Loren    “The Departing Of A Dream” (180 Gram + D/L /700)
Counter Intuits    “Counter Intuits”
Cursed    “One” (Reissue; Gatefold)
Dead Can Dance    “In Concert” (3LP 180 gram Box + 3 Art Prints + D/L)
Deerhunter    “Monomania” (+ D/L)
Dirty Fences    “Too High To Kross”
DJ Overdose    “Bizarro World” (2LP)
Drive    “Drive: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (Cliff Martinez)” (Invada Import Picture Discs Version)
DRMCNT    “Jin & Tronix EP”
Ergs, The    “Hindsight Is 20/20, My Friend, Vol. 1”
Everyone    “No Time To Waste”
Evil Conduct    “Working Class Anthems”
Gruppo Di Improvvisazione Nuova Consonanza    “Musica Su Schemi” (1976 Italian Experimental Collective Feat. Ennio Morricone + D/L)
Guided By Voices    “English Little League” (+ D/L)
Haxan Cloak, The    “Excavation” (+ D/L)
Herva    “What I Feel EP”
Iron Maiden    “Best of The B-Sides 1980-1984” (Picture Disc; Unofficial)
J Dilla    “Lost Tapes, Reels + More – Just A Sample 4 All My Dusty Crate Diggahs”
Jebanasam, Paul    “Rites”
Jjuujjuu    “FRST” (+ D/L)
Joy Division    “Love Will Tear Us Apart” (Alternate Versions Mastered From The Martin Hannett Tapes 1980)
K-Def    “The Exhibit” (Ltd. Ed. Colored Vinyl)
King Tubby / The Upsetter    “King Tubby Meets The Upsetter At The Grass Roots Of Dub”
KMFH    “The Boat Party” (2LP, Kyle Hall)
Koji    “Crooked In My Mind” (Ltd. Ed. Color Vinyl)
Kowton    “TFB” (All Caps)
Legowelt    “Elementz Of Houz Music” (Actress Remixes)(+ D/L)
Liturgy    “Renihilation”
Major Lazer    “Free The Universe” (Ltd. Ed. Colored Vinyl + D/L)
Master, The    “The Master: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack” (Jonny Greenwood)(+CD)
Mean Jeans    “Are You Serious?” (+ D/L)
Moondog    “The Viking Of Sixth Avenue”
Motorhead    “Motorhead” (Numbered/500 180 Gram)
Mrs. Magician    “Strange Heaven” (+ D/L)
Murphy, Hakim    “Murph Tone Jack Session”
P.S. Eliot    “Introverted Romance In Our Troubled Minds”
Palma Violets    “180” (+ D/L)
Paramore    “Paramore”
Podrida, Ola    “Ghosts Go Blind” (+ D/L)
Portal    “Vexovoid”
Rocket From The Crypt    “Group Sounds” (Ltd. Ed. RSD13 Colored Splatter Vinyl)
Rustie    “Triadzz – Slasherr”
Samiam    “You Are Freaking Me Out”
Savages    “Silence Yourself” (Limited Clear Vinyl + D/L)
Secret Circuit    “Tactile Galactics” (+ D/L With Bonus Tracks)
Shivas, The    “Whiteout”
Sir Stephen    “PRSM.SPLNTR”
Slayer    “Live 83” (Fan Club Edition)
Solar Bears    “Supermigration”
Songs: Ohia    “Hecla & Griper” (First Time On Vinyl + D/L)
Spinal Tap    “Break Like The Wind” (Picture Disc)
Stetson, Colin    “New History Warfare Vol. 3: To See More Light” (180 Gram + Art Print Poster + D/L)
Stevens, Sufjan    “The Age Of Adz” (+ D/L)
Stevenson, Laura    “Wheel”
Tera Melos    “X’ed Out”
They Live    “They Live: Original Motion Picture Sound Track” (Alan Howarth & John Carpenter)
Thievery Corporation    “El Pueblo Unido: Miguel Migs Remixes”
This Bike Is A Pipe Bomb    “Three Way Tie For A Fifth”
Upsetters, The    “Scratch And Company Chapter 1 The Upsetters”
Various    “United We Stand: The Front Lines Of American Street Punk”
Various    “It’s House Not House EP” (Gray Vinyl)
Various    “Khat Thaleth: Third Line: Initiative For The Elevation Of Public Awareness” (Arab Rap In The Wake Of Revolutions)
Violetshaped    “Violetshaped Remixes Part 1”
Vitamin String Quartet    “Performs Sigur Ros” (+ D/L With 2 Bonus Tracks)
Wax Idols    “Discipline Desire” (+ D/L)
White Zombie    “La Sexorcisto: Devil Music Vol. 1” (180 Gram Audiophile Pressing)
White, Paul    “Street Lights (Ft. Danny Brown)”
Wolf People    “Fain” (+ D/L)
Yellow Stitches    “Good Times Violent Crimes”
Yesterdays New Quintet    “Angles Without Edges”
Zadig    “Interview With A Mad Man”
Zombie, Rob    “Venomous Rat Regeneration Vendor” (180 Gram Gatefold)

10″s
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Cluekid    “Spider Monkey / Rainy Street Light”
Mmoss / Quilt    “New Hampshire Freaks Mmoss & Quilt” (+ D/L)
Stetson, Colin    “Those Who Didn’t Run / The End Of Your Suffering”
TMSV    “Stress / Lost”
Upsetters, The    “Scratch And Company Chapter 1” (RSD13 Late Arrival; Box Set)

7″s
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Af The Naysayer    “Imagerial Denouement” (Ft. Myka Nine)
Barwick, Julianna    “Pacing Call”
Coke Bust / Vaccine    “Coke Bust / Vaccine”
Coliseum    “Sister Chance EP” (+ D/L)
Cruel Hand    “Vigilant Citizen”
Dead Ghosts    “I Sleep Alone / Spot A Trend”
Francis Harold & The Holograms    “Hang The Goat / Invisible Empire”
Highway Cross    “Run Dry”
Huge    “Huge” (Ltd. Ed. Colored Vinyl + D/L)
Hunted Down    “Life’s Womb E.P.”
Joy Division    “Love Will Tear Us Apart” (Alternate Versions Mastered From The Martin Hannett Tapes 1980)
Kids On A Crime Spree    “Creep The Creeps”
Loma Prieta / Raein    “Loma Prieta / Raein”
Melvins    “Tanx” (Fan Club Edition)
Misfits    “Halloween” (Fan Club Edition)
Misfits, The    “Cough/Cool / She” (Fan Club Edition)
Numerators    “Dead // Finally Sees”
Paint It Black    “Invisible” (+ D/L)
Palma Violets    “We Found Love”
Queers, The / Killtime    “Alive!”
Schuh~Pink~Cowboy (Shuh Pink Cowboy)    “Cloak & Dagger”
UH Bones    “Only You”

CDs
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Abyssal    “Novit Enim Dominus”
Altar Of Plagues    “Teethed Glory & Injury”
Black Jazz Consortium    “Codes And Mataphors”
Blunt, Dean    “The Redeemer”
Body, The    “Master, We Perish”
Deerhunter    “Monomania”
Haxan Cloak, The    “Excavation”
JK Flesh    “Posthuman”
Machinedrum    “Room(S) Extended” (2CD)
Public Enemy    “It Takes A Nation Of Millions To Hold Us Back”
Queens    “End Times”
Qwel & Maker    “Beautiful Raw”
Savages    “Silence Yourself”
Stooges, Iggy And The    “Ready To Die”
Versalife    “Vantage Point”

OTHER!
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Chris Colohan “No He Is Not Sleeping” Zine
Lewis Dimmick “This Music: Pieces On Heavy Metal, Punk Rock & Hardcore Punk” Book
Kevin Stewart-Panko & Justin Smith “Do You Have Anything To Declare?” Book

Reviews
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The Haxan Cloak Excavation
(Triangle)
In that space where dark ambient finds itself a bit of an optimist, this is where I find myself meeting the Haxan Cloak. Synths layer low with high stabs and high-to middling melodies above muted thuds and assorted generally slow and at times meandering percussion. There’s a Resident Advisor podcast (http://www.residentadvisor.net/podcast-episode.aspx?id=359) wherein the first line reads, “Joy O meets Sun O))) in a thrilling collision of sounds,” so there you have it. That’s right in my wheelhouse, as they say.
[Reviewer: Rick]




Jerusalem In My Heart Mo7it Al-Mo7it
(Constellation)
Active in Montreal’s music scene since the 90s, Radwan Ghazi Moumneh has spent eight years leading this ever-changing project that combines traditional Arabic music with experimental electronica. Its visually striking performances happen only once or twice a year, with the number of members ranging between one and thirty-five – never sounding the same twice. On this album, titled to mean “Ocean of the Ocean,” the hypnotic, adventurous sounds come from a trio consisting of Moumneh, French producer and musician Jérémie Regnier and Chilean visual artist & filmmaker Malena Szlam Salazar. Despite not being particularly familiar with the music of Western Asia, this proved to be a very compelling journey into the unknown. From the very first second of the opening track, with a title that translates to mean “Speak of the Woman in the Black Robe,” Moumneh envelops the atmosphere by singing a song that truly sounds straight out of ancient Arabia, backed with a shadowy synth drone that evolves into an orchestra-like melody when his voice ceases toward the end. Later tracks such as “3andalib Al-Furat (Nightingale of the Euphrates)” and “Dam3et El-3ein 3 (Oh Tear of the Eye 3)” rely on very complex, free-sounding string arrangements – most on a harp and buzuk – to convey the feeling of flowing down a Fertile Crescent river in the morning, complete with birds singing. The third track – meaning “He Titillates the Shepherd, but not the Sheep…” – is a particularly interesting evolution of old and new, with Moumneh singing over fast-paced synth that sounds like a spaceship.
[Reviewer: Mark]

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T-USED-DAY Update for March 19th, 2013

T-USED-DAY Update for March 19th, 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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Beatles, The    “Beatles For Sale: Original Master Recording” (Reel To Reel Box Set Version)    LP        $40.00
Beatles, The    “The Yellow Submarine: Original Master Recording” (Reel To Reel Box Set Version)    LP        $40.00
Beatles, The    “Help! Original Master Recording” (MFSL 1-105)    LP        $70.00
Beatles, The    “Revolver” (1984 Parlophone Reissue)    LP        $20.00
Beatles, The    “Revolver: Original Master Recording” (MFSL 1-107)    LP        $70.00
Blakroc    “Blakroc”    LP        $20.00
Brain Killer    “Every Actual State Is Corrupt”    LP        $8.00
Clash, The    “Cut The Crap”    LP        $6.00
Cliff, Jimmy    “Struggling Man”    LP        $7.00
Cooper, Alice    “Welcome To My Nightmare”    LP        $4.00
Das Demon    “Das Demon”    LP        $5.00
Das Demon    “Jupiter Eye”    LP        $5.00
Downtown Struts    “Victoria!”    LP        $14.00
Dropkick Murphys    “Do Or Die”    LP        $14.00
Hill, Andrew    “Dance With Death”    LP        $6.00
Osbourne, Ozzy    “Bark At The Moon”    LP        $3.00
Ramones    “Pleasant Dreams”    LP        $5.00
Ringworm    “Stigmatas In The Flesh” (Clear/Black)    LP        $12.00
Spaghetti Western    “Spaghetti Western”    LP        $8.00
UFO    “Obsession”    LP        $3.00
UFO    “Strangers In The Night”    LP        $6.00
Various    “Flash Fearless Versus The Zorg Women Parts 5 & 6”    LP        $6.00
Various    “America’s Hardcore Volume 2” (Clear Blue)    LP        $15.00

7″s
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Bush, Kate    “Experiment IV”    7″        $1.00
Crusaders Of Love    “She’s A Rebel”    7″        $2.00
Jacuzzi Boys    “Ghost Ghost”    7″        $2.00
Johnny Ill Band    “In The Winter Time”    7″        $3.00
Kitchen’s Floor    “Regrets”    7″        $25.00
Mystery Girls    “Under My Tongue”    7″        $4.00
Teengenerate    “Sex Cow”    7″        $3.00
Teengenerate    “Out Of Sight”    7″        $3.00
Teengenerate    “I Don’t Mind”    7″        $4.00
Teengenerate    “Flyin Over You”    7″        $4.00
Tyler John Tyler    “Separate Issue”    7″        $3.00
UV Race, The    “Malaria”    7″        $6.00
VCR    “Code C”    7″        $3.00

9th Of March 2013 Update

9th Of March 2013 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Reviews
at Redscroll Records

 

LPs & 12″s
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A Winged Victory For The Sullen    “A Winged Victory For The Sullen”
Apollo Brown    “Clouds”
Belong    “Common Era”
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club    “Baby 81”
Black Sabbath    “Paranoid” (180 Gram Reissue)
Black Task    “Blacktask EP”
Blanche Blanche Blanche    “Wooden Ball”
Boy    “Mutual Friends”
Brown, Kev    “Songs Without Words Volume 1”
Bury Me Standing / Madeline Ferguson    “Bury Me Standing / Madeline Ferguson Split”
Calabrese    “The Traveling Vampire Show”
Carry On    “A Life Less Plagued”
Child, Anthony    “The Space Between People And Things”
Cinema Eye, The    “The Cinema Eye”
Cinema Eye, The    “A Complete Arsenal”
Civil Wars, The    “Unplugged On VH1”
Cliff, Jimmy    “Rebirth”
Coltrane, John & Cecil Taylor    “Coltrane Time”
Crystal Castles    “Crystal Castles (II)”
Dead C, The Vs Rangda    “The Dead C Vs Rangda”
Dead Moon    “Strange Pray Tell” (Mono)
Dead Moon    “Stranded In The Mystery Zone” (Mono)
Del Cielo    “Wish And Wait”
Dinosaur Jr.    “Beyond” (LP + 7″ + D/L)
Dump (James McNew Of Yo La Tengo)    “Superpowerless” (2LP Gatefold)
Endless Boogie    “Full House Head”
Enslaved    “Riitiir” (2LP, Color Vinyl)
Explosions In The Sky    “The Earth Is Not A Cold Dead Place”
Gentlemen And Their Ladies    “Party Time” (Reissue)
Gina X Performance    “Nice Mover” (1978 Electro Reissue)
Goldsmith, Jerry    “Poltergeist” (2LP Gatefold 180 Gram Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Gray Ghost    “Deep In The Shallow End”
Helmet    “Betty” (180 Gram Ltd. Ed. Coloured Vinyl)
Hemphill, Sid    “The Devil’s Dream: Alan Lomax’s 1942 Library Of Congress Recordings”
Herbcraft    “The Astral Body Electric”
Hoax    “Collected”
Hold Steady, The    “Stay Positive” (2LP Gatefold)
Holokaust    “Into The Void Of Oblivion”
Index For Potential Suicide    “The Newest Youth Rebellion”
Indian Summer    “Hidden Arithmethic”
K-Def    “One Man Band”
K-Holes    “Dismania” (+ D/L)
Kuti, Fela Ransome & The Koola Lobitos    “Recorded Live In 1966 At The Afro Spot In Lagos” (B187)
KVB, The    “Immaterial Visions”
Kyuss    “Wretch”
Lady Lamb The Beekeeper     “Ripely Pine” (+ D/L)
Litany For The Whale    “Dolores”
Mansell, Clint    “Stoker – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack” (+ D/L)
Mathematiques Modernes    “Les Visiteurs Du Soir” (1981 French New Wave Reissue)
Max Rebo Kids    “Ciphers”
Minus The Bear    “Menos El Oso”
Modern Baseball    “Sports” (Ltd. Ed. Color Vinyl)
Mono    “You Are There”
Nas    “Illmatic (Deluxe)” (+ Double Sided Poster With Full Lyrics + Reproduction Double Sided Biography Sheet And Two Reproduction 8″x10″ Promo Shots)
Nico    “Desertshore” (180 Gram)
Nico    “Reiims Cathedral December 13th, 1974”
Nurt    “Nurt” (Remastered Polish Prog Rock From 1972 Ltd. Ed. /500 + D/L)
Off With Their Heads    “Home” (+ CD)
Otis, Shuggie    “Inspiration Information” (180 Gram)
Parker, Charlie    “Bird On 52nd Street” (Reissue)
Phillips, Esther    “Alone Again, Naturally” (Reissue)
Pop, Iggy    “The Idiot” (180 Gram)
Pretty Girls Make Graves    “Pretty Girls Make Graves”
Rats Into Robots    “A Column Of Smoke By Day, A Pillar Of Fire By Night”
Run For Your Fucking Life    “Run For Your Fucking Life”
Shout Out Louds    “Optica”
Skull Skull    “Viet Calm”
Sound City    “Real To Reel” (2LP, 180 Gram, + D/L)
Spazz    “Dwarf Jester Rising”
Spires    “Flowers & Fireworks”
St. Hood    “For The Dead”
Television    “Recorded Live At The Old Waldorf In San Francisco, 29th June, 1978” (B190)
Tigers Jaw    “Belongs To The Dead”
Trigger Effect    “Vsitis Maximus”
Upsetter, The Mighty (The Upsetters)    “Kung Fu Meets The Dragon” (180 Gram 2LP Gatefold Expanded Edition)
Various    “Eccentric Soul: The Dynamic Label” (NUMERO 043 2LP Gatefold)
Various    “The Devil Is Busy In Knoxville”
Volcano Choir    “Unmap” (+ D/L)
Volume Eleven    “Kotadelic Cytex”
Waxahatchee    “Cerulean Salt”
Woolen Men, The    “The Woolen Men” (+ D/L)
Wright, Winston    “The Liquidator Strikes Back” (Reggae Dub)
Yellow Swans    “Going Places” (No CD Repress)
Youth Lagoon    “Wondroud Bughouse”
Zooparty    “You Are Here”

Electronic LPs & 12″s
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Actress    “Silver Cloud”
Deadbeat    “The Infinity Dubs Vol 1”
Dear, Matthew    “Beams” (2LP, + D/L)
Dinky    “Take Me / Polvo”
Dixon, Terrence    “From The Far Future Pt. 2” (2LP)
Dumont, Duke    “For Club Play Only (Part 1)”
Ernestus, Mark Presents Jeri-Jeri    “Casamance / Sama Yaye”
FeroX    “Gargoyles EP” (Red)
Fort Romeau    “SW9”
Gesaffelstein    “Conspiracy Pt. II”
Gesaffelstein    “Conspiracy Remixes”
Hood, Robert    “Drive (The Age Of Automation)”
Kavinsky    “Outrun” (13 Tracks, Exclusive Images)
Polysick    “Daydream”
Ruff Sqwad    “RSMD”
SP:MC    “Trust Nobody / Future (Feat. Joker D)”
Surahn    “Watching The World”
Trago, Tom    “Use Me Again (And Again)”
Voigt & Voigt    “Die Zauberhafte Welt Der Anderen” (2LP + CD)
XX, The    “Chained (John Talabot & Pional Blinded Remix) / Fiction (Pearson Sound Remix)”
Zenker Brothers    “Lion In Mars”

10″s
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Boykins III, Jesse MeLo-X    “The Perfect Blues” (Jacques Greene Remix / Machinedrum Remix)
Orchid    “Dance Tonight! Revolution Tomorrow!”

7″s
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Effluxus    “Devoid EP”
Guided By Voices    “Islands”
Heratys    “Naen Punaista”
Hoax    “Caged”
Nomads / Treacherouskin    “Violent Fucking World”
Peeple Watchin’    “Peeple Watchin'”
Sic Alps    “Breadhead”

CDs
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Cave, Nick & The Bad Seeds    “Push The Sky Away”
Draft, The    “In A Millioin Pieces”
Enslaved    “Riitiir” (2CD)
Foals    “Holy Fire”
Magic Circle    “Magic Circle”
Sound City    “Real To Reel”
Wraetlic    “Alex Smoke Presents Wraetlic”

Cassette Tapes
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Bad Brains    “Bad Brains”
Blind Justice    “Demo”
Rival Mob, The    “Mob Justice”
Whirr    “Pipe Dreams”

DVDs
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Sound City – A Film By Dave Grohl About America’s Greatest Unsung Music Studio (+ 44 1/2 Minutes Of Bonus Material)

Reviews
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Atoms For Peace Amok

(XL)
Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke formed the Los Angeles supergroup Atoms For Peace back in late 2009. He sings and plays both guitar and piano: the other members include Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Flea on bass, Radiohead producer Nigel Goodrich on synths and keyboards, Beck and R.E.M.’s Joey Waronker on drums and Brazilian Mauro Refosco on percussion. The group’s February 25 debut album Amok sounds more accessible than Yorke’s 2006 solo effort The Eraser: the intricately clicking, minimalist electronic arrangements are most reminiscent of that album’s singles  “Analyse” and “Harrowdown Hill.” Flea’s bass weaves surprisingly smoothly in the mix, sounding funky in a way that’s way more intricate than screamingly colorful. My favorite tracks include the darkly minimalist computer-blip-into-sunset-swell “Default” and the haunting, kinetic “Judge, Jury and Executioner.” More highlights for me include the lively electronic rainforest atmosphere of “Ingenue” and the juxtaposition of energetic percussion atop the stark funereal synth of “Unless.” Overall, this album is a promising sign for things to come from this project: experimental electronic rock that’s easy to get hooked on.
[Reviewer: Mark] [Note: We’re currently out of stock of the LPs, but expect to have some in mid-week.]

The Manic Low Songs For An Up Day

(Moonlight Graham)
This is certainly an unexpected project from Jack Grisham, who’s best known as a punk vocalist (T.S.O.L., The Joykiller, etc.) Here, he’s impressively skilled at nailing what reminds me of an 80s/90s pop-rock sound, conjuring memories of acts like The Romantics, Counting Crows and Barenaked Ladies. Grisham’s upbeat, well-rounded tunes use layers such as an acoustic guitar, organ and horns to make them even more memorable. The primary theme throughout is love and relationships, with my favorites including the twangy “Good Girls Come Home,” which uses some speedy vocals that reminded me of Red Hot Chili Peppers, as well as the flying “Let Me Come Up,” exploring a relationship in which both he and she are “crazy,” but she wants babies and he wants love. An album this lively sounding should appeal to a large audience.
[Reviewer: Mark]

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.