4th Of October 2013 Update

4th Of October 2013 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Reviews
at Redscroll Records

LPs & 12″s
Abbysinians, The “Satta”
Afflicted Man “I’m Off Me ‘Ead”
Aggrolites, The “Dirty Reggae”
Aitken, Laurel With The Skatalites “The Long Hot Summer (The Legendary Godfather Of Ska 1963 Volume 2)”
Alpaca “Demimonde” (Deluxe Color Vinyl + D/L)
Beach, Michael “Golden Theft” (Gatefold)
Beat Happening “Jamboree”
Bleak “Open Space EP”
Blow, The “The Blow” (+ D/L)
Boothe, Ken “A Man And His Hits”
Carlton Melton “Always Even” (Gatefold)
Carnivore “Carnivore” (2LP Gatefold 180 Gram)
Carnivore “Retaliation.” (2LP Gatefold 180 Gram)
Celestial Shore “10x” (Ltd. Ed. Clear Vinyl + D/L)
Chrome Sparks “Sparks EP”
Clean, The “Vehicle” (Plus Bonus “In-A-Live” 12″ + D/L)
Counterparts “The Difference Between Hell And Home” (Ltd. Ed. Color + D/L)
Cramps, The “RockinNReelinAucklandNewZealandXXX” (Coloured Vinyl)
Cramps, The “Look Mom No Head!” (Coloured Vinyl)
Cramps, The “Big Beat From Badsville” (Coloured Vinyl)
Cramps, The “Stay Sick!”
Culture “Two Sevens Clash”
Deer Tick “Negativitiy” (2LP + D/L)
Doctor Alimantado “Born For A Purpose / Sons Of Thunder”
Doctor Alimantado “House Of Singles”
Dopplereffekt “Tetrahymena”
Dread, Mikey “World War III”
Drumcell “Sleep Complex” (3LP)
Eastwood, Clint & General Saint “Two Bad D.J.”
Emeralds “Does It Look Like I’m Here?” (2LP Gatefold)
Focused Minds “The Fact Remains”
Four Mints, The “Gently Down Your Stream” (OBI Strip)
Frank, Jackson C. “Jackson C. Frank” (180 Gram)
Fuzz “Fuzz” (Ty Segall Yo + D/L)
Gately, Katie “Katie Gately”
Gibbs, Joe “Scorchers From The Mighty Two (Reggae Anthology)”
Grails “Black Tar Prophecies Vol’s 4, 5 & 6” (Deluxe Gatefold 2LP With Etchings + D/L)
Heideman, Kathy “Move With Love” (OBI Strip)
Heptones, The “Party Time”
Heptones, The “The Heptones (Fattie Fattie)”
Higgs, Joe “Unity Is Power”
Hula “Murmur”
Industrial Park “Cold White” (+ D/L)
Jah Lion “Colombia Colly”
Kalas “Kalas”
King Diamond “Abigail” (180 Gram)
King Diamond “Them” (180 Gram)
Land Of Kush “The Big Mango” (180 Gram + Poster + D/L)
Lawrence “Films & Windows”
Les Level “House Of Need”
Levy, Barrington “Englishman”
Life Of Agony “River Runs Red” (Gatefold 180 Gram)
Life Of Agony “Ugly” (180 Gram)
Mad Professor “Audio Illusions Of Dub! (In The Beginning There Was Dub!!!)”
Matt And Kim “Lightning Remixes”
Mazzy Star “Seasons Of Your Day” (180 Gram Color Vinyl + D/L)
Melvins / Isis “Melvins / Isis” (Clear Red)
Mighty Diamonds, The “When The Right Time Come / I Need A Roof”
Minus The Bear “Acoustics II” (Red/Blue/Black Ltd. Color Vinyl + D/L)
Mittoo, Jackie “In Cold Blood” (Ltd. Ed. 180 Gram Numbered/500)
Mittoo, Jackie And The Soul Vendors “Evening Time”
Moderat “Gita” [10″]
Murvin, Junior “Police & Thieves”
Nas & Damian Marley “Distant Relatives” (2LP Gatefold)
Nirvana “In Utero” (3LP 180 Gram Direct Metal Mastering W/ 5 Unreleased Tracks + Lots Of Extras + D/L)
Pablo, Augustus “This Is Augustus Pablo”
Palma, Triston “Show Case In A Roots Radics Drum And Bass”
Perry, Lee “The Upsetter Presents…. Roast Fish Collie Weed & Corn Bread”
Phase [0] “Frames Of Reference” (2LP + CD)
Phish “Junta” (Deluxe Edition; 3LP 180 Gram + D/L)
Polvo “Siberia” (+ D/L)
Primitive Calculators “Primitive Calculators” (+ D/L)
Prince Jammy “Prince Jammy’s Computerised Dub”
Prince Jammy “Prince Jammy Destroys The Invaders…”
Prince Jazzbo “Ital Corner”
Ranking Dread “Lots Of Loving”
Ras Michael & The Sons Of Negus “Love Thy Neighbour”
Revolutionaries “Conquerors In Dub”
Roberts, Matana “Coin Coin Chapter Two: Mississippi Moonchile” (180 Gram + D/L + Poster)
Romeo, Max & The Upsetters “War Ina Babylon”
Rose, Frankie “Herein Wild”
Rush “Vapor Trails: Remixed” (2013 Remixed Version 2LP)
Russell, Arthur “Another Thought”
Saint Rich “Beyond The Drone” (+ D/L)
Salva “Complex Housing” (Blue Vinyl)
Scientist / Roots Radics “The Seducer Dub Wise”
Sensations’ Fix “Fragments Of Light” (1974 Debut – First Time Vinyl Reissue)
Shelter “Perfection Of Desire” (Ltd. Ed. Color + D/L)
Shpongle “Museum Of Consciousness”
Silverchair “Frogstomp”
Ska-Talites, The “Celebration Time”
Ska-Talites, The “This Is Jamaica Ska: Presenting The Ska-Talites”
Sly & Robbie “King Tubby’s Dancehall Dub”
SOJA (Soldiers Of Jah Army) “Strength To Survive” (2LP + CD + D/L With Bonus Tracks; Gatefold)
Speed Dealer Moms “Speed Dealer Moms”
Supertouch “The Earth Is Flat” (Ltd. Ed. Color Vinyl, Gatefold + D/L)
Symarip “Skinhead Moonstomp” (1970 Classic Ska LP Re-Issued In Its Original Sleeve 180 Gram)
Timberlake, Justin “The 20/20 Experience (2 Of 2)” (2LP, Gatefold, + D/L)
Timberlake, Justin “The 20/20 Experience – The Complete Experience” (4LP, Box Set, + D/L)
Tubby, King “Rocker’s Almighty Dub”
Tubby, King “Controls” (Color Vinyl)
Tubby, King “Firehouse Revolution: King Tubby’s Productions In The Digital Era 1985-89”
Tubby, King / Scientist “Jah Thomas Presents: King Tubby’s Meets Scientist In A Midnight Rock Dub Vol. 1”
Type O Negative “October Rust” (2LP Gatefold 180 Gram)
Umberto “From The Grave…”
Uncle Acid “Mind Control” (Metal Blade Pressing)
Upsetters, The “Return Of The Super Ape”
Upsetters, The (Lee Perry) “Super Ape”
Various “Bossa Nova – Bossa Nova And The Rise Of Brazilian Music In The 1960s – Volume Two” (2LP Gatefold)
Various “Listen Up! Ska” (The Skatalites, Johnny Moore, Roland Alphonso)
Various “C’est Chic! French Girl Singers Of The 1960s” (Coloured Vinyl)
Various “Tres Chic! More French Girl Singers Of The 1960s” (Coloured Vinyl)
Various “Listen Up! Dub Classics (King Tubby)”
Wailing Souls “Fire House Rock”
Warzone “The Sound Of Revolution” (+ D/L)
Yellowman “Duppy Or Gunman”
Yuck “Glow + Behold” (Official Bootleg Edition /500)

7 Seconds “Skins, Brains & Guts E.P.” (Ltd. Ed. Vinyl)
7 Seconds “Blasts From The Past” (Ltd. Ed. Color)
7 Seconds “Commited For Life E.P.” (Ltd. Ed. Color)
7 Seconds “My Aim Is You / Slogan On A Shirt”
94 East “If You See Me / Games” (Purple Vinyl)
Alpha & Omega “Vintage Dubplates” (2×7″)
Condition “Bombed Out”
Flyte Tyme “It’s The Things That You Do / I’ve Got You On My Mind”
Goblin “In Lounge (Death Dies [Film Version – Part 1] / Suspiria)” (Il Giaguaro 7″ Club 006)
Jones, Herman “I Love You / I’m Broke” (Purple Vinyl)
Jupitter-Larsen, GX “Empty Holes, Empty Homes” (Book + Flexi Disc [5″]; /400)
Lovers Without Borders “Detective / Eddy / The Second Most Beautiful Girl In The World / My Harem Shall All Have Hashbrowns”
Piss Poor “Born Bitter”
Test Of Time “The Price” (Intense 7″ Sleeve Layout)

Callahan, Bill “Dream River”
Chvrches “The Bones Of What You Believe”
Deltron 3030 “Event 2”
Factory Floor “Factory Floor”
Grave Miasma “Odori Sepulcrorum”
Husere Grav “You Are Transparent” (Numbered/400; DVD Size Case)
Melt-Banana “Fetch”
Monae, Janelle “The Electric Lady”
Oneohtrix Point Never “R Plus Seven”
Skinny Puppy “Too Dark Park”
Subrosa “More Constant Than The Gods”
Tropic Of Cancer “Restless Idylls”
Ulver “Messe I.X – VI.X” (With Troms0 Chamber Orchestra; Oversized 7″ Packaging For CD)

Maximum Rock N Roll #365 Magazine


Bettie Serveert Oh, Mayhem!
Bettie Serveert Oh, Mayhem! 300
(Second Motion)
With twenty-three years as a band and nine prior full-lengths, this Amsterdam indie-rock band sounds impressively energetic and fresh on their tenth record. Their alt-rock packs a serious punch and rocks with a passion: performing it would require complete alertness. Guitarist Peter Visser said that since half of the songs weren’t written yet when they went in the studio, they pulled off a very spontaneous sound as they interacted with one another while playing. The opener “Shake-Her” isn’t easily forgotten with its urgent chords and intense singing that warns an ex-boyfriend to leave a girl alone. The furiously rough rocker “Receiver (Alternative Version)” is another easy favorite, as well as the upbeat closer “D.I.Y.” with not only great music, but a relatable message about the importance of following your best interests.
[Reviewer: Mark]

Shovels & Rope Johnny 99
Shovels & Rope Johnny 99 300x300
(Third Man)
This Charleston, South Carolina alt-country duo gives two well established blues songs their own treatment on this seven-inch. The A-side gives a very dark Bruce Springsteen song a surprisingly upbeat spin, with the original’s glum-yet-lively acoustic guitar and tortured vocals swapped with a downright peppy piano and harmonic dual vocals to tell a story of poverty and murder. For the B-side, the piano gets swapped with a guitar for Tom Waits’ “Bad As Me,” sounding unmistakably faithful to the spooky original but leaner and with the “deranged” factor cranked down to sound more digestible.
[Reviewer: Mark]

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