22nd Of May 2010 Update

22nd Of May 2010 Update of New and Key Restocked Items
at Redscroll Records

LPs & 12″s
Alps, The    “Le Voyage”
Balance And Composure / Tigers Jaw    “Balance And Composure / Tigers Jaw”
Big L “Size Em Up”
Conversions, The    “Spineless Wonders”
Crow    “Bloody Tear”
Dead C    “Max Harris”
Deftones    “Diamond Eyes”
Depreciation Guild, The    “Spirit Youth (+ D/L)”
El Michels Affair    “Issac Hayes: A Tribute”
Get The Most    “Together”
Get Up Kids, The    “Simple Science”
Goatsnake    “Flower Of Disease”
Hank III    “Rebel Within”
Jonsi    ‘Go (Sigur Ros Singer; + D/L)”
Locust, The    “The Peel Sessions”
McDaniels, Eugene (The Left Rev. McD.)    “Headless Heroes Of The Apocalypse (Re-Issue)”
McNeill, Loyd Quartet, The    “Asha”
Menche, Daniel    “Kataract {Alpha Mix}”
Meters, The    “Look-Ka Py Py (Re-Issue)”
Notwist    “Notwist”
Prince Jammy    “Strictly Dub”
Rangda    “False Flag”
Real Estate    “Reality”
Riot Before, The    “Rebellion”
Slackers, The    “Lost & Found: Rarities, Redos, And Remixes 1998-2007”
Solvent    “Subject To Shift”
Tinsel Teeth    “Trash As The Trophy”
Various Artists    “Eccentric Breaks & Beats”
Velvet Underground    “White Light / White Heat”

Hypnotic Brass Ensemble    “Alyo / Flipside”
Lowtalker    “People Worry About Everything.”
Cynic    “Re-Traced (+ D/L)”

Burning Love “Don’t Ever…”
Burning Love
Ceremony “Sick”
Flat Out “Westbay Fastcore”
Hammer Bros “Sleep Forever”
Ruiner “Dead Weight”
Sabertooth Zombie “Human…”
Sotatila “Vituiks Meni”
With Honor
Wrong Side “Dump Truck Demo”

13th Floor Elevators “Head…”
Buraka Som Sistema “Black Diamond”
Crystal Castles “Crystal Castles (II)”
Dark Angel “Leave Scars (Import Deluxe Version)”
Devils Blood “Time Of No Time Evermore”
Far “At Night We Live”
Guilty Simpson “OJ”
Hypnotic Brass Ensemble “Hypnotic Brass Ensemble”
Johnson, S. “Americans (Tzadik)”
Know The Score “All Guts”
Koichi, M. “Tokyo Taiga (Tzadik)”
LCD Soundsystem “This Is Happening”
Lightning Swords Of Death “Extra Dimensional Wound”
Ringworm “Justice Replaced By Revenge”
Rosetta “A Determinism Of Morality”
Secret Chiefs 3 “Satellite Supersonic V. 1”
Smashing Pumpkins “Teargarden In Kaleidescope V. 1 (Box)”
Solvent “Subject To Shift”
Sonic Youth “Daydream Nation”
Starkweather “This Sheltering Night”
Tobacco “Maniac Meat”

Cassette Tape
Hatred Surge “Deconstruct”
Various Artists “Judge’s Cave (New Haven Based; Box Set)”

HRVST: Death

Sell Us Your Media

Redscroll Records is always buying used vinyl, CDs, DVDs, and books of interest! We pay cash, but we’ll give you a bit more in store credit.

Now that we’ve rearranged the store and opened up a whole new room for just used records we have a wealth of space. We’ve all got stuff on our shelves that we bought checked out once, and will never pick up again. I’m talking about things that you have no sentimental attachment to. Maybe you have a family member who is just holding onto things because they don’t want to spend the time to get rid of them – offer your time to come to our store with that uncle’s 70s rock collection, mom’s old Aleister Crowley books, your cousin’s ska CDs, … Spring is traditionally the time for cleaning so why not go through your collection and weed out anything you haven’t listened to in a couple years?  Why not?  I will tell you why you should. 

It is beneficial for us, but it is also beneficial for you. Tag Sales, Craigslist, Ebay, … all those things take up a lot of your time.  Time is money, right?  We will pay you on the spot. Spin yarn into gold. One man’s trash is another man’s treasure (gender neutral usage). 


When you go to a record store with a great used section it is because of a few factors.  Perhaps, the purveyors of said store found a magic beanstalk which they climbed and defeated a giant who had a great collection of discs (that were probably tiny to him).  More likely is that they’ve built a niche within the community.  They’ve sold and bought records to people with respectable tastes.  We have a respect for the people that come into our store and that is why we are writing this now.  Sell us your used media so that another may easily find it.  We all win!

Redmodeled Records

Remodeling is still in progress.

On April 12, 2007 we set up shop.  It’s a little over three years later and we have moved things around more than once per year.  We used to have our office in what was (until last week) the used record room.  The office moved to the back storage area then.  Now, the office has moved to our basement.  The back room is now the used record room.  The old used record room now has sub-categories of records.  New and used CDs have new shelving.  Books and magazines are on end-cap displays.  The listening station is in the corner under the television.  7″s/45s are under the new records in the main room.  There’s more to explain.  It all gets real muddled if you’re trying to grasp it while reading, however.

Let me explain in pictures, both moving and static!

Before getting going with anything major in the store we had to move our big megaton 1970s (former Pratt & Whitney) steel desk downstairs.  The easiest way to move that beast is to take it apart and reassemble it in the new location.  Oh wait, if you’re going down stairs the easiest way is to just take off the legs and shove it onto a pile of broken down cardboard.  Yea!


Days two and three saw us gathering some help from our friends.  We took down all the old shelving (downstairs to be used for back-stock).  So, thanks to my folks, my brother Joe, and our friends Mike, Brian, Ryan, Rob and Melissa.  While I’m thanking people – thanks to ourselves: Rick, Josh, Sean and Bean (the dog).



Days six and seven saw lots of arranging.  No big movements were left at this point.  

 DAY EIGHT (If you’re seeing this right away – sorry, for some reason this video is taking forever to process):

Come on by and see it for yourself.  Let us know what you think in person.

14th of May 2010 Update

14th of May 2010 Update of New and Key Restocked Items
at Redscroll Records

LPs & 12″s
Acid Tiger “Acid Tiger”
Band Of Horses “Infinite Arms (+ D/L)”
Badawi / Shackleton “El Topo”
Bel Biv DeVoe “Hootie Mack”
Benga “Phaze: One”
Bianchi, Maurizio “Endometrio”
Bison B.C. “Quiet Earth”
Black Keys, The “Tighten Up (Record Store Day)”
Black Keys, The “Brothers (+ Giant Poster)”
Black Moth Super Rainbow “Eating Us (Record Store Day)”
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club “Beat The Devil’s Tattoo”
Born Against “Rebel Sound Of Shit And Failure”
Broken Bells “Broken Bells (+ Poster; + D/L)”
Brown, James “Black Caesar (Re-Issue)”
Chicago Thrash Ensemble “Chicago Thrash Ensemble”
Coco Rosie “Grey Oceans”
Dead Weather “Sea Of Cowards”
Destroyer “City Of Daughters”
Drumm, Kevin / Wiese, John “Untitled”
Egypt “Egypt”
El Michels Affair “Sounding Out The City”
Eyehategod “Southern Discomfort (180 Gram; Blue)”
Factorymen “Shitman”
Fall, The “Your Future Our Clutter”
Flatliners “Cavalcade”
Flying Lotus “Cosmogramma (+ D/L)”
Gris Gris “For The Season”
Hall, Kyle “Kaychunk”
Higgs, Daniel “Say God”
High Places “Can’t Feel Nothing (Ltd. Ed.; + D/L)”
Ikonika “Idiot”
Japandroids “No Singles”
Karma To Burn “Wild Wonderful Purgatory (+ 10″ Of Instrumental Demos 1/2)”
Karma To Burn “Almost Heathen (+ 10″ Of Instrumental Demos 2/2)”
Kyuss “Muchas Gracias, The Best Of Volume 1”
Kyuss “Muchas Gracias, The Best Of Volume 2”
Male Bonding “Nothing Hurts (+ D/L)”
Naked On The Vague “Heaps Of Nothing”
Neurotic Drum Band “Robotic Hypnotic Aventure Remixes”
Oh Sees, Thee “Warm Slime”
Panthu Du Prince “Black Noise”
Peaking Lights “Imaginary Falcons”
Sage Francis “LI(F)E”
Sons Of Ishmael “Hayseed Hardcore”
Steel Pole Bathtub “Unlistenable (First Time On Vinyl)”
Stevenson, Laura & The Cans “A Record”
Stooges, Iggy and the “Jesus Loves The Stooges”
Subtle “For Hero For Fool”
Though “Baton Rouge, You Have Much To Answer For”
Various Artist “Next Stop Soweto Volume 2”
Various Artists “Ecstatic Music Of The Jemaa El FNA”
Woods “At Echo Lake”
Wounded Lion “Wounded Lion”

California Love / Gehenna
Devour “Insect Circuitry”
Love Below “Reproductive…”
Nebula / Quest For Fire
Smith Westerns / Magic Kids

1349 “Demonoir”
Agothocles “Peel Sessions 1997”
Agothocles “Mice Core History”
As I Lay Dying “Powerless Rise”
Austerity Program, The “Backsli…”
Blood Of Heroes
Broken Social Scene “Broken Social Scene (Ltd. 2xCD)”
Cephalic Carnage “Halls Of Amen…”
CocoRosie “Grey Oceans”
Dead Weather “Sea Of Cowards”
Gnaw Their Tongues “For All Slaves A Song Of False Hope (Import)”
Graveyard “One With The Dead”
Harvestman “Trinity”
Harvestman / Minsk / U.S. Christmas “Hawkwind Triad”
Howl “Full Of Hell”
Male Bonding “Nothing Hurts”
Merzbow “Ouroroboros”
Mongoloids “Assorted Music”
Oh Sees, The “Warm Slime”
Ufomammut “Eve”

At The Gates: Flames Of The End
Beast Of Blood
Blood Of The Vampires
Brides Of Blood
Clutch: Live At The 9:30 Club
Waits, Tom: Under The Influence

Wire #316 June 2010
XLR8R #133 May/June 2010

9th of May 2010 Update

9th of May 2010 Update of New and Key Restocked Items
at Redscroll Records

LPs & 12″s
Andrew Jackson Jihad “Holiday Inn Gainesville”
Arctic Monkeys “Unreleased Tracks, Demos, & Live (White)”
Black Label Society “Skullage (Limited Ed. Color)”
Breeders, The “Fate Fatal”
Can “Future Days”
Conversions “Spineless Wonders”
Death From Above 1979 “Romantic Rights EP”
Deerhoof “Green Cosmos (Green Vinyl; + D/L)”
Delorean “Subiza”
Edwin Sharpe & Magnetic Zeros “Up From Below”
Eighties Ladies “Ladies Of The 80s”
Fu Manchu “California Crossing Demos”
Goldfrapp “Head First (180 Gram; + CD)”
Gotan Project “Tango 3.0”
Harlem Underground “Harlem Underground (Re-Issue)”
Holy Fuck “Latin”
Joy Division “An Ideal For Living EP”
Keys, Alicia “The Element Of Freedom (Ltd. Ed.)”
Laswell, Greg “Take A Bow”
Magnetic Fields, The “Distortion”
Mars Volta, The “Live At The Electric Ballroom July 9, 2003”
Mastodon “Remission (Repress)”
Modest Mouse “The Moon & Antarctica (10th Anniversary Edition; 180 Gram; + D/L)”
Motorhead “Ace Of Spades (+ D/L; 180 Gram)”
National “High Violet”
Pavement “Slanted and Enchanted (Low Price)”
R.E.M. “Chronic Town (Record Store Day 2010 Pressing)”
Range Rats “Range Rats”
Sade “Soldier Of Love”
Salmon, Kim “Wall/Paper”
Saves the Day “Sound The Alarm”
Sonic Youth “Confusion Is Sex (180 Gram; White Vinyl; RSD 2010)”
Spring Heeled Jack “Songs From Suburbia”
Spring Heeled Jack “Static World View”
Sweet Talks “The Kusum Beat”
These Are Powers “Candyman EP (+ D/L)”
Toklas, Alice B. “Dimension One Two Eight: In The Garden Of Pharao”
Various Artists “The Afrosound Of Colombia Volume 1 (3xLP)”
Various Artists “Fanajana: A Collection Of Recordings And Photography From Madagasikara”
VelasQuez, Anibal “Y Su Conjunto Mambo Loco”

Ceremony “Sick”
Motorhead “Leaving Here (Sweden)”
Night Birds
Sabretooth Zombie “Human…”

13th Floor Elevators “7th…”
A Certain Ratio “Early”
Acid Tiger “Acid Tiger”
Alcest “Ecailles De Lune”
Delorean “Subiza”
Descendents “Two Things”
Fennesz “Venice”
Hold Steady “Heaven Is Whenever”
Indignant Senility “Plays Wagner”
J-Rocc Vs. J-
Kings Of Nuthin’ “Old Habits…”
Laswell, Bill “Invisible II”
Madlib “Miles Away”
Manson, Charles “Summer Of Hate…”
MGMT “Congratulations (Scratch Off Cover)”
Motor City Drum Ensemble “Raw Cuts Vol. 1”
Mournful Congregation “June Frost”
National “High violet (Deluxe)”
Patton, Mike “Mondo Cane”
Saft, Jamie “Bag Of Shells”
Thirwell, J.G. “Manorexia”

Drake, Nick: Under Review
Motorhead: Early Years
Solar Anus Cinema