14th of December 2012 Update

14th of December 2012 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Reviews
at Redscroll Records

In case you missed it we made a quick gift idea blog post here. Check that out and direct loved ones to it.  On to the update.

LPs & 12″s
Adam & The Ants    “Peel Sessions”
Adele    “Rolling In The Deep” (Picture Disc)
Algernon Cadwallader    “Some Kind Of Cadwallader”
Alphataurus    “Attosecondo”
Andy, Horace    “Say Who”
Animal Collective    “Danse Manatee” (+ D/L)
Avengers    “Avengers” (180 Gram)
Baddat For Trubbel    “Det Har Ar Inte New York Plus ISO 9004 EP”
Beatles, The    “Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band” (Fan Club)
Bird, Andrew    “Hands Of Glory” (+ D/L)
Blood Warrior    “Blood Warrior” (+CD)
Brown, Kev (Kev Brown)    “Random Joints”
Caprice    “Depths Revival EP”
Chance, Bob    “It’s Broken!”
Charlatan    “Isolatarium”
Christian Mistress    “Possession”
Chromeo    “Business Casual”
Convuul    “I’ll Be Seeing You”
Countdown To Oblivion    “Discography” (+ D/L)
Cramps, The    “A Date With Elvis” (Orange Vinyl Fan Club Edition)
Death In June    “White Hands Of Death”
Delay    “Plain Language”
Departures    “Teenage Haze”
Dispatch     “Four Day Trials”
Doomstarks    “Victory Laps”
Dragged Into Sunlight    “Widowmaker”
Drake    “Take Care”
East Liberty Quarters    “The 206”
Emmanuel, JD    “Wizards”
Ernestus, Mark Vs. Knono N1    “Masikulu Rhythm / Masikulu Dub”
Esmerine    “La Lechuza”
Farside    “Rigged”
Final Draft    “West World Order”
Folkazoid    “Folkazoid EP”
Follow Through    “Taking It Back”
Fontanelle    “Vitamin F” (Members Of Sunn O))), Eagle Twin, Earth)
Gangrene    “Vodka & Ayauasca”
Gemmy    “Warrior / The Dome”
Genius / GZA    “Liquid Swords” (2LP)
Girl Talk    “Secret Diary” (Picture Disc)
Give    “Singles Going Confetti”
Grave Babies    “Gothdammit”
Hammer And The Nails    “Maxi E.P.”
Harrington Saints    “Pride & Tradition”
Hey Mercedes    “Hey Mercedes EP”
High Dive    “High Dive”
Ilsa    “Tutti Il Colori Del Buio”
Immortal    “Diabolical Fullmoon Mysticism” (Unofficial)
Jay Dee (J Dilla)    “Dilla Dog / Dillatroit”
Jodorowsky, Alexandro    “El Topo (Original Motion Picture Score)”
Joy Division    “Live At Te Paradiso Club In Amsterdam, January 11, 1980”
Junior Bruce    “The Headless King” (Neon Green)
Kimono Draggin’     “Kimono Gold”
King Dude    “Tonight’s Special Death”
King Of Salem    “Prophecy”
Klag, Daniel    “Weird Fiction”
Last Lights    “No Past. No Present. No Future.”
Late Nite Wars    “Who’s Going To Miss You If You Go?”
Lee, Shawn & Clutchy Hopkins    “Fascinating Fingers”
Like Wolves    “Like Wolves
MellowHype    “Numbers” (2LP Gatefold + CD)
Mindset    “Real Power / Time & Pressure”
Mississippi John Hurt    “1928 Sessions” (180 Gram)
Mixtapes    “How To Throw A Successful Party”
Moon B    (UNTITLED)
Neu!    “Neu! ’75” (Gronland)
Neu!    “Neu! ’86” (Gronland)
Pink Floyd    “The Wall” (180 Gram 2LP Gatefold + D/L + Poster)
Poison Idea    “Record Collectors Are Pretentious Assholes L.P.” (Colored Vinyl)
Prawn    “Ships”
Quicksand    “Slip”
Riggins, Karriem    “Together” (+ D/L)
Rolling Stones    “Doom And Gloom” 10″
Screamin’ Jay Hawkins    “At Home Wit”
Spector, Phil    “The Early Productions 1958-1961”
Strife    “Witness A Rebirth”
Transit    “This Will Not Define Us”
Trash Talk    “119” (Spec. Ed. Colored Vinyl + CD; Gatefold)
Ultrademon    “Step Into The Liquid”
Unwound (UNWND)    “Live Leaves” (2LP + D/L)
Various    “Twin Cities Funk & Soul: Lost R&B Grooves From Minneapolis / St. Paul 1964-1979” (2LP + D/L + Newspaper)
Various    “DC/MD/VA Boogie Funk”
ZZT    “Vulkan Alarm!”

Bradley, Charles & The Menaan Street Band Cover Rodriguez    “I’ll Slip Away”
Broadway Calls / Mixtapes    “Vision Quest”
Drcarlsonalbion And The Hackney Lass    “‘Modern English Folklore’ Volume One: Hackney”
Leather    “Leather”

Band Of Horses    “Mirage Rock”
McPerson, JD    “Signs & Signifiers”
Various Artists    “Diablos Del Ritmo: The Colombian Melting Pot 1960-1985”

Cassette Tapes (Some are used – these are all that came in since I last included them on any kind of update)
59 Times The Pain    “Twenty Percent Of My Hand”
Bodyjar    “Rimshot”
Cave Bears    “No Weird USA”
Colorguard / Weak Flesh    “Needle Wrecker / Rubber Baptism”
Criminals    “Coral Blade Grotto”
Cure, The    “Standing On A Beach – The Singles (And Unavailable B-Sides)
Death Grips    “Ex Military”
Eilbacher, Max    “Mescalin Headache”
Give    “Give”
Hellhorse    “Hellhorse”
Marley & The Wailers, Bob    “Legend”
McAbee, Joshua And The (7/13) Moon    “The Future Said The Past Was Never Present”
Metacomet    “Depression Ceremony”
Mindless    “Human Conditioning”
Misanthropic Noise / Semen Segal    “Mincing The Oogle”
No Fun At All    “Out Of Bounds”
Pink Floyd    “The Dark Side Of The Moon”
Shades Apart    “Seeing Things”
Talk Talk    “It’s My Life”
Whirlpool    “Liquid Glass”
Whirlpool    “Whirlpool”
White Leather    “Teflon Dogs”
Wretched Worst    “The Deadness”


Bear in Heaven I Love You, It’s Cool

(Hometapes / Dead Oceans)
This Brooklyn indie trio first came into being as a solo project from Jon Philpot in 2003. With permanent members now, the band creates a lush sound that mixes krautrock, psychedelia and electronic ambience. Their third record was previewed on their website in an incredibly stretched-out form, with 2,700 consecutive hours of drone. Now at normal speed, it feels like an endlessly shimmering recollection of 80s memories, with resonant vocals, driving beats and countless layers of warm synth. “The Reflection of You” is an immediate standout, starting off with a jovial Animal Collective-sounding melody that becomes the foundation for moody walls of synth and confident lyrics (“there’s nothing left between us / so dance with me…”) I personally really enjoyed the glittering galactic sounds and cosmos-pondering lyrics of “Space Remains” as well. “Sinful Nature” takes a darker, sunset-into-night sound with a sadly echoing guitar amidst lyrics telling the listener to deal with life’s disappointments by getting drunk to “make strange things come true.”
[Reviewer: Mark]

Charles Gayle Trio Streets

(Northern Spy)
One of the most prominent figures in free jazz, the now 73-year-old Charles Gayle was homeless for roughly two decades before he started releasing albums in 1988. On his newest record in five years, Gayle lets his tenor saxophone flow freely while bassist Larry Roland and drummer Michael TA Thompson back him up. Gayle’s style incorporates loud, circuitous passages that shriek and contort wildly as the shadowy-sounding bass and kinetic drums bring together the controlled chaos (with the uncompromising closer “Tribulations” fitting the “chaotic” definition best.) Even with the lack of vocals, he successfully uses his instrument to express great fervor, such as the bright and spiritually motivated “Glory and Jesus.” His two supporting musicians stand out well throughout, such as Roland’s mournfully melodic strum solo in the second half of the title track.
[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.