2nd of August 2013 Update

2nd of August 2013 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Reviews
at Redscroll Records

Wall Records 8-2-13
LPs & 12″s
A Day To Remember    “For Those Who Have Heart”
Altar Of Flies    “Female”
Anemone Tube / Dissecting Table    “This Dismal World”
Angels & Airwaves    “Love Album Parts One & Two”  (4LP Box)
Auk Theater / Pod Blotz    “Ten Phases Of Fallen / Volcano”
Barbarossa    “Bloodlines” (+ D/L)
Baroness    “Live At Maida Vale: Studio 4, A BBC Recording”
Basic House    “Caim In Bird Form”
Beady Eye    “BE” (+ D/L; 2LP Gatefold)
Bikoff, Don    “Celestial Explosion: Composia For 6-String Guitar”
Camden, Ken    “Space Mirror”
Cannibal Corpse    “Gore Obsessed” (Picture Disc)
Chapman, Michael    “Wrecked Again” (180 Gram)
Civil Wars, The    “The Civil Wars” (2LP + CD)
Coffins    “Buried Death” (Gatefold)
Dengue Fever    “Venus On Earth”
Dentists, The    “Some People Are On The Pitch They Think It’s All Over It Is Now” (1985 Reissue + D/L)
Disco Doubles    “Demons” (Featuring D’Mia)
Ghostface Killah    “Twelve Reasons To Die: The Brown Tape” (2LP)
Grime    “Deteriorate” (Color Vinyl + D/L)
Holden    “The Inheritors” (3LP + D/L)
Honey Ltd.     “The Complete LHI Recordings” (Lee Hazlewood Archive Series No. 5)
Horror Inc.     “Briefly Eternal” (3LP)
Hot Chip    “Dark And Stormy”
House By The Cemetery    “House By The Cemetery: Score By Walter Rizzati”
Hunx And His Punx    “Street Punk” (+ D/L)
Iron Fist Of The Sun (IFOTS)    “Who Will Help Me Wash My Right Hand” (Yellow Vinyl /200)
Joan Of Arc    “Joan Of Arc And Every House Has A Door: Testimonium Songs” (/550 + D/L)
Lee, Okkyung    “Ghil”
Mallard, The    “Finding Meaning In Deference”
Martinez, Cliff    “Only God Forgives: Original Score” (+ D/L)
Moderat    “II”
Moderat    “II” (Deluxe Edition 2LP)
Monks    “Black Monk Time” (2LP Gatefold)
Mynabirds, The    “Generals: Remixed” (+ D/L)
Nath    “Sounds Of The Indian Snake Charmer Volume Two”
Octopus Project, The    “Fever Forms” (+ D/L)
Ono    “Machines That Kill”
Parks, Van Dyke    “Songs Cycled” (180 Gram + CD + D/L)
Piaf, Edith    “La Vie En Rose: Edith Piaf Sings In English”
Plotnick, Henry    “Fields” (+ D/L)
Polyphonic Spree, The    “Yes, It’s True.” (/500 “Bootleg Edition”)
Pond    “Beard, Wives, Denim”
Porcupine Tree    “The Sky Moves Sideways”
Porno For Pyros    “Porno For Pyros” (/1000 Blue Vinyl RSD UK 2013)
Primal Scream    “More Light” (2LP Gatefold)
Public Image Ltd.    “First Issue” (180 Gram Gatefold Ltd. Ed. Deluxe)
Q Lazzarus    “Goodbye Horses”
Raffertie    “Sleep Of Reason” (+ D/L)
Ras G And The Afrikan Space Program    “Back On The Planet” (+ D/L)
Re-Animator    “H.P. Lovecraft’s Re-Animator: Music Composed And Conducted By Richard Band” (180 Gram Colored Vinyl)
Reinhardt, Django    “Django”
Revocation    “Revocation” (2LP Gatefold)
Rocketnumbernine    “MeYouWeYou” (+ CD)
Saddest Landscape, The    “Exit Wounded” (Picture Disc)
Saddest Landscape, The    “Exit Wounded” (Grey Blue Vinyl)
Second Hand    “Death May Be Your Santa Claus” (180 Gram)
Slogun    “I Will Bury You”
Slum Village    “Evolution”
Stepson    “The Lost Tapes 1972-1974”
Suns Of Arqa    “Re-Mixs: Muslimgauze”
True Widow    “Circumambulation”
Twins Of Evil    “Twins Of Evil: Composed By Harry Robinson”
Various    “RKS Allstars Vol3: Kicks & Snares”
Various    “Mutazione: Italian Electronic & New Wave Underground 1980-1988” (2LP Gatefold + 2CD)
Weezer    “Weezer” (Blue Album; Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab Recording)
Weezer    “Weezer” (Green Album; Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab Recording)
Whitlock, Bobby    “Bobby Whitlock” (Re-Mastered 180 Gram Gatefold)
Whitlock, Bobby    “Raw Velvet” (Re-Mastered 180 Gram Gatefold)
Woo    “Whichever Way You Are Going, You Going Wrong.”
Work/Death    “Phone About To Ring”
Zorch    “Zzoorrchh”

Codachrom    “Plastinka”
Bug, The    “Filthy” (+ D/L)

Die Kreuzen    “Cows And Beer”
Golden Pelican    “The Earls & Chained To This Dumpster”
McCombs, Cass / Michael Hurley    “Mabel Green, Three Men On A Hollow Log”
Qui / Mike Watt + The Secondmen    “Awkward Human Interest / No One” (+ D/L)

Anselmo, Philip H. & The Illegals    “Walk Through Exits Only”
Ghostface Killah    “Twelve Reasons To Die: The Brown Tape”
Gogol Bordello    “Pura Vida Conspiracy”
Martinez, Cliff    “Only God Forgives: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack”
Mountain Goats, The    “All Hail West Texas” (Remastered Reissue)
Mu-Ziq    “Somerset Avenue Tracks (1992-1995)” (2CD)

Temperature’s Rising: Galaxie 500 (Book)
YETI #13 (Magazine + 7″)


Antony and the Johnsons Cut the World

(Secretly Canadian)
On his group’s second live album, English singer and composer Antony Hegarty uses his softly soulful, delicate voice to guide a beautiful orchestra of baroque pop. He’s backed by a rich blend of piano, horns and strings and explores themes of gender, love and mysterious metaphors throughout, selecting ten of the best songs from his studio albums. Two other tracks – both new – open the album, with the title track blooming tenderly into its expressive orchestration. It’s followed by the nearly eight-minute “Future Feminism,” consisting solely of Hegarty giving a thought-provoking monologue about being transgender, “de-baptizing” himself and the concept of feminization of deities, among other things. Other standout moments included the unusually happy juxtaposition of love and abuse (“Cripple and the Starfish,”) as well as the piano-driven “Epilepsy is Dancing” giving a surprisingly positive, creative perspective on experiencing seizures.
[Reviewer: Mark]

Mildred and the Mice I Like My Mice (Dead)
Mildred and the Mice I Like My Mice (Dead) 300x300
(Third Man)
Hailing from Mammoth Cave, Kentucky, the mystery-shrouded Mildred is a goth-natured teenager who encountered Jack White in a hardware store, loudly sang this future seven-inch single’s title track to him and walked out. He followed her and got her to sign a deal to release this record, with Mildred and her band The Mice later recording both songs in one take and leaving, with the band asking only for copy of the record. As for the music, it’s seriously stripped-down, raw and lo-fi goth punk: “I Like My Mice (Dead)” kicks off with Mildred singing (and soon shouting and shrieking) what sounds like a funereal re-working of the Meow Mix jingle, sprinkled with the guitar, bass and drum. After they pause, the guitar goes to work chugging along as her distorted voice shouts a creepy jump rope-style chant about killing mice, backed by a bouncy, stomping drumbeat that only picks up more in speed. The slower and spookier B-side “Spider Bite” continues the haunted house-style sound, starting again with meows but this time with Mildred singing and screaming an “Itsy Bitsy Spider” re-working about the arachnid sneaking inside to bite children. In a move that’s strange but still very entertaining, the song eventually segues back into a speedy reprise of the A-side.
[Reviewer: Mark]
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