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T-USED-DAY Update for October 22nd, 2013

T-USED-DAY Update for October 22nd, 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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And So I Watch You From Afar    “All Hail Bright Futures”    LP        $13.00
Autechre    “Exai” (4LP Box)    LP        $20.00
Bach / Glenn Gould    “The Goldberg Variations”    LP        $9.00
Bach / Herbert Von Karajan    “Brandenburgische Konzerte Nr. $, 5 & 6: Berliner Philharmoniker”    LP        $7.00
Beach Boys, The    “Ten Years Of Harmony” (Gold Stamped)    LP        $6.00 Continue reading T-USED-DAY Update for October 22nd, 2013

16th Of August 2013 Update

16th Of August 2013 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Reviews
at Redscroll Records
Record Corner 8-16-13
LPs & 12″s
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Addison Groove & Sam Binga    “B53 EP”
Alpha & Omega    “No Rest No Peace”
Atkins, Juan & Moritz Von Oswald    “Borderland III/III”
Becker, Rashad    “Traditional Music Of Notional Species Vol. 1”
Boody & Le1f    “Liquid”
Carcass    “Heartwork” Continue reading 16th Of August 2013 Update

T-USED-DAY Update for July 2nd, 2013

T-USED-DAY Update for July 2nd, 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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Anderson, Lynn    “Big Girls Don’t Cry”    LP        $8.00
Backbone    “Five, Deuce, Four, Tre”    12″        $1.00
Balance And Composure    “Only Boundaries” (Pink)    LP        $12.00
Bitch Prefect    “Big Time”    LP        $10.00

Continue reading T-USED-DAY Update for July 2nd, 2013

T-USED-DAY Update for June 25th, 2013

T-USED-DAY Update for June 25th, 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. As with any used records we can’t promise these will be in stock when you come in down the line so don’t hesitate to call on any of these before coming by. 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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8-Off    “Alize For Dolo”    12″        $2.00
A Tribe Called Quest    “Find A Way”    12″        $2.00
A Tribe Called Quest    “The Low End Theory”    LP        $15.00
AC/DC    “Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap”    LP        $4.00

Continue reading T-USED-DAY Update for June 25th, 2013

14th Of June 2013 Update

14th Of June 2013 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Reviews
at Redscroll Records


LPs & 12″s
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AW \\ PB & AT \\ HF    “209 / Liars Go Astray”
Aardvarck    “1990”
Acid Mothers Temple & The Melting Paraiso    “In Search Of The Lost Divine Arc” (2LP Gatefold)
Acid Washed    “House Of Melancholy” (2LP Gatefold)
Agrimonia    “Rites Of Separation” (Gatefold)
Altar Of Plagues    “Teethed Glory & Injury” (180 Gram Ltd. Ed. Coloured Vinyl)
ASG    “Blood Drive” (2LP With Exclusive Bonus Tracks)
Black Sabbath    “13” (2LP Gatefold Ltd. Ed.  + D/L)
Blake, James    “Voyeur (Dub)” (White Vinyl 12″)
Bring Me The Horizon    “Sempiternal” (+ CD)
Brown Bird    “Fits Of Reason”
Camera Obscura    “Desire Lines” (+ D/L)
Caribou    “Up In Flames” (+ CD)
Caribou    “The Milk Of Human Kindness” (+ CD)
Chaos Destroy    “Lightning Strikes Twice”
Colm K    “The Love EP”
Copyrights, The    “Shit’s Fucked: Splits, Singles, Covers, Comps 2004-2010” (2LP)
Coyote Clean Up    “2 Hot 2 Wait”
Cronin, Mikal    “MCII” (+ D/L)
Crosss    “Obsidian Spectre”
Daft Punk    “Homework” (Gatefold)
Daft Punk    “Discovery” (Gatefold)
Damage, Benjamin    “Delirium Tremens Remixes”
Depeche Mode    “Soothe My Soul” (12″ Single)
Devil’s Blood, The    “The Devil’s Business III: Tabula Rasa Or Death And The Seven Pillars”  (Gatefold)
Diamond    “Don’t Lose Your Cool”
D’Marc Cantu    “Some Fantasies Are Good’
Dream 2 Science    “Dream 2 Science”
Drums, The    “Portamento” (+ D/L)
Efterklang    “The Piramida Concert” (With Copenhagen Phil, Conducted By Andre De Ridder) (2LP Gatefold + CD)
Enslaved    “Axioma Ethica Odini” (180 Gram Ltd. Ed. Coloured Vinyl Gatefold)
Farr, Joe    “Clock”
Flako    “Mesektet Extnd” (2×12″ Reissue + Previously Unreleased Beats)
Fontaine, Brigitte / Areski    “L’Incendie” (180 Gram)
Full Of Hell    “Rudiments Of Mutilation” (White Vinyl)
Genius Of Time    “Drifting Back”
Gravelroad    “Psychedelta” (Ltd. Ed. Deluxe Gatefold On Yellow Vinyl)
Headman    “Noise” (Feat. Scott Fraser & Douglas McCarthy)
Hess, Luke    “Analog Passion”
Hessian / Manegarmr    “Hessian / Manegarmr”
Hood, Robert    “Black Technician”
Hunt, Gene    “May The Funk Be With You”
Hyetal    “Modern Worship” (2LP Gatefold)
I Signori Della Galassia    “Iceman” (180 Gram Silver Vinyl /650)
Iasos    “Celestial Soul Portrait” (NUMERO049)
Immolation    “Kingdom Of Conspiracy” (Ltd. Ed. Grey Vinyl)
Innode    “Gridshifter”
Jimmy Eat World    “Damage” (+ D/L)
Kennedy, Indigo    “Spectre / Wonderhouse”
Kool G. Rap & D.J. Polo    “Street Stories: The Best Of G. Rap And Polo” (2LP)
Kvelertak    “Meir” (Gatefold 2LP)
Lace Curtain    “Falling/Running EP” (/1000 + D/L; Silkscreened Jacket)
LaFarge, Pokey    “Pokey LaFarge”
Locked Groove    “Keep Thorough”
Materia    “Atlas”
Mayer, Michael    “Mantasy Remixe 3”
Moodyman    “ABCD”
Moore, R. Stevie    “Delicate Tension” (+ D/L)
Moore, R. Stevie    “Glad Music” (+ D/L)
Moore, R. Stevie    “Clack!” (+ D/L)
Move D    “Wanna Do”
Mungo’s HiFi    “Brand New Bangarang” (Feat. Kenny Knots)
Mu-Ziq    “XTEP” (+ D/L)
Near Paris    “Near Paris” (180 Gram Oxblood Vinyl /650)
New Trust, The    “Keep Dreaming”
Noi!se    “Rising Tide” (+ D/L)
Orchestre Poly-Rythmo De Cotonou    “The Skeletal Essences Of Afro Funk 1969-1980 Volume 3” (2LP Gatefold)
Orchid    “The Mouths Of Madness” (Orange Vinyl 2LP Gatefold)
Patton, Charley    “Complete Recorded Works In Chronological Order June 14, 1929 To Late November / Early December 1929 Volume 1”
Protest The Hero    “Fortress”
Queens Of The Stone Age    “… Like Clockwork” (Regular Edition)
Reel Big Fish    “Candy Coated Fury”
Retox    “YPLL” (+ CD)
RP Boo    “Legacy” (2LP + D/L)
Schwellenbach, Gregor    “Spielt 20 Jahre Kompakt” (Book Bound 2LP + CD)
Scott, Patrice    “Far Away”
Scott, Patrice    “Excursions EP”
Scott, Patrice    “Distance Against Time”
Sepalcure    “Sepalcure” (2LP Gatefold)
Shampoo Boy    “Licht”
Sigur Ros    “Kveikur” (2LP + D/L) (Out For Sale On Tuesday June 18th)
Sigur Ros    “Kveikur” (Limited Deluxe 2LP + 10″ + D/L) (Out For Sale On Tuesday June 18th, First Four Copies Have A Poster Too!)
Simko, Kate    “Lost In London EP”
Sims, Ben    “Smoke & Mirrors Remixes 1”
Sims, Ben    “Smoke & Mirrors Remixes 2”
Sims, Ben    “Smoke & Mirrors Remixes 3”
Sodom    “Epitome Of Torture” (2LP Gatefold Ltd. Ed. Coloured Vinyl 45RPM)
Sonic Youth + I.C.P. + The Ex    “In The Fishtank 9”
Sonny & The Sunsets    “Antenna To The Afterworld” (Clear Vinyl + D/L)
Surfer Blood    “Pythons” (+ CD)
Thursday    “Full Collapse” (+ D/L)
Tiga / Jori Hulkkonen    “Trust Your Body”
Tristesse Contemporaine    “Woodwork / Low Tide / Waiting / Vampires”
Umberto    “Prophecy Of The Black Widow”
Various    “Underground Anthems EP Vol. 1” (Sistrum Recordings)
Vincent, Levon    “Hilo Edition”
Vincent, Levon    “Man Or Mistress”
Visage    “Hearts And Knives”
Vynehall, Leon    “Brother/Sister EP”
Williams, Dez    “Angel Maker EP”
XDB    “Espac / F.E.B.”
Xerxes    “Our Home Is A Deathbed”
Yatha Bhuta Jazz Combo    “Yatha Bhuta Jazz Combo”
Youandewan    “What’s The Deal?”
Youandewan    “Times”

7″s
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Cold Hearted     “Lunacy”
Corrections House    “Corrections House” (/500)
Crusades    “Parables”
Gut Feeling    “Gut Feeling”
Integrity    “Black Hesen Rise”
Lemuria    “Brilliant Dancer” (/1000)
Maguma Taishi    “Maguma Taishi”
Old Firm Casuals, The    “Army Of One”
Rockfire Funk Express    “People Save The World”
Storm, The    “The Last Man On Earth”
Underground Railroad To Candyland, The / Mean Jeans    “The Underground Railroad To Candyland / Mean Jeans”
Underwear Heads, The    “Tangmania EP”
Up For Nothing    “In Trance”
War Cross    “War Cross”

CDs
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ASG    “Blood Drive”
Black Sabbath    “13”
Blood Ceremony    “The Eldritch Dark”
Bonecrusher    “Blvd. Of Broken Bones”
Charli XCX    “True Romance”
City And Colour    “The Hurry And The Harm”
Disclosure    “Settle”
Every Time I Die    “Ex Lives”
Eyehategod    “Confederacy Of Ruined Lives”
Eyeless In Gaza    “Orange Ice & Wax Crayons”
Gulaggh    “Vorkuta”
Hyetal    “Modern Worship”
Integrity    “Suicide Black Snake”
Megadeth    “Greatest Hits”
Night Birds    “Fresh Kills Vol. 1!”
Night Birds    “The Other Side Of Darkness”
Oh Sees, Thee    “Moon Sick EP”
Pilgrim    “Misery Wizard”
Rotorvator    “I Vivi E I Morti” (DVD Size Case)
RP Boo    “Legacy”
Shannon And The Clams    “Dreams In The Rat House”
Sigur Ros    “Kveikur” (Out For Sale On Tuesday June 18th)
Witchcraft    “The Alchemist”


Cassette Tapes

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Law Of The Rope / Crown Of Bone    “Law Of The Rope / Crown Of Bone” (/200)
King Woman    “Degrida / Sick Bed”

Reviews
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Boards of Canada Tomorrow’s Harvest CD/LP

(Warp)
As anyone who’s browsed any indie music-related news sites in the past couple months has heard at some point, this extremely acclaimed Scottish electronic duo has been building hype for this fourth publicly-released studio album using methods appropriate to their shrouded-in-mystery nature. When an unannounced, ultra-short 12” of theirs was discovered on Record Store Day, their fanbase went wild trying to figure out what any of its cryptic clues might mean, before Boards of Canada finally announced their new full-length. No one was quite sure to expect, considering that 2005’s The Campfire Headphase incorporated guitars in a move unusual (but still absolutely beautiful-sounding) for the group that relied on warm electronic sounds, beats and samples for past work, particularly their stunning and beloved 1998 full-length Music Has The Right to Children. Tomorrow’s Harvest turns out to be their most meditative album yet, flowing and building at a very easy-going pace. While the older BoC albums made me feeling like running through fuzzy childhood memories, this one feels more like gazing at and soaking in nature’s grandeur through the eyes of an adult. The lead single “Reach For The Dead,” for example, matches the desolate beauty of the desert and ghost town in its music video: the hazy ambient synth stretches across the scratchy beats and contemplative electronic melody. The surprisingly friendly-sounding “Cold Earth” takes a similar approach to a sunlit Arctic atmosphere, while the tougher-to-describe “New Seeds” uses a complex series of intricate layers to sound that reminds me of both a forest and post-apocalyptic technology rising. Other favorites include the warm, otherworldly “Nothing Is Real,” which sounds close to BoC’s traditionally analogue-sounding ambience, as well as “Palace Posy:” despite being an anagram for “apocalypse,” it has an appealingly ornate sound, concluding with a rich four-note synth flourish repeating over and over.
[Reviewer: Mark]

Corrections House Hoax The System 7″

(War Crime Recordings)
Here’s a bunch of names with band credentials: SCOTT KELLY (NEUROSIS), MIKE IX (EYEHATEGOD), SANFORD PARKER (NACHTMUSTIUM) and BRUCE LAMONT (BLOODIEST, YAKUZA, SWANS). Forget most of that when it comes to expectations. Also, if you saw them live, forget what you saw because the recording doesn’t come off as off-kilter and noisey as that. It’s definitely more of a metal record than it is a noise record (I wouldn’t have said that about the live show). The B-Side (I’m starting with the B-Side) features some prominent spoken word over a rhythmic drone with sparse percussion and some familiar sounding riffage. The words do start to push the song into a more energetic territory (Zach De La Rocha-esque even; don’t let that put you off). The B-Side is definitely not the stand out. The A-Side, “Hoax The System,” is the one that’ll hook you (if you are looking to be hooked). Militant drumming, repetitive militaristic guitar and general noises give that power electronics delivery with some yelling to drive it in. I would definitely like to hear a full length though it definitely doesn’t make me not want to hear continued Neurosis material and tours instead.
[Reviewer: Rick]

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