20th Of December 2013 Update

20th Of December 2013 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Reviews
at Redscroll Records
(Quick note on holiday hours below our blingee picture here.)

Redscroll Holiday 2013

We will be closed on Christmas Day! 
Christmas Eve we will be closing at 6PM!

LPs & 12″s
Analogue Cops, The    “In Plain Clothes EP” (Feat. DJ Octopus)
Annabelle’s Garden    “Time’s No Measure 1987-1993” (2LP + D/L, Gatefold)
Basic Cable    “I’m Good To Drive”
Beatles, The    “Live At The BBC” (Re-Mastered 3LP Set)
Bjork    “Joga” (2LP, 200 Gram, Direct Metal Mastering)
Black Flag    “What The…”
Blawan    “Long Distance Open Water Worker”
Blossom    “Blue Balloons / The Longest Journey” (2LP + D/L)
Carpenter, John    “Assault On Precinct 13”
Cem Karaca    “Nin Apaslar, Kardaslar, Mogollar, Ferdy Kleine A Tesekkurleriyle” (Remastered Reissue)
Cheap Time    “Exit Smiles” (+ D/L)
Circa Survive    “Violent Waves” (2LP, Gatefold)
Cletin, Benis     “Jungle Magic”
Cohen, Charles    “Music For Dance And Theater”
Corrections House    “Last City Zero”
Cro-Mags    “The Age Of Quarrel”
De Masi, Fancesco    “The New York Ripper”
Dead Meadow    “Warble Womb” (2LP + D/L(
Death Comet Crew    “Ghost Among The Crew”
Demdike Stare    “Test Pressings 004 (TP #004)”
Drexciya    “Journey Of The Deep Sea Dweller IV” (2LP)
Drive-By Truckers    “Live At Third Man: 1-30-2011”
Echologist    “Storming Heaven” (2LP)
Elibacher, Max    “Red Anxiety Tracers”
Eye    “Live At Relay”
Fatima    “La Neta”
Fishermen    “Patterns And Paths”
Flaming Lips, The    “1st EP” (Green Vinyl Reissue Signed By Wayne Coyne Ltd. Ed. -> THIS GOES OUT FOR SALE ON CHRISTMAS EVE!)
Funkineven / The Abstract Eye    “Egypt / Reflexes”
GB (Gifted & Blessed)    “Within These Machines: Modifications”
Glaxo Babies    “Nine Months To The Disco”
Glaxo Babies    “Put Me On The Guest List”
Gories, The    “The Shaw Tapes: Live In Detroit 5/27/88”
Grateful Dead    “Birth Of The Dead Volume One (The Studio Sessions)” (2LP Gatefold)
Grumbling Fur    “Alice” (/500)
Guerilla Toss    “Gay Disco” (+ D/L)
Gutteridge, Peter    “Pure”
Heatsick    “Re-Engineering”
Herla    “Shadows Of A Conclusion”
Hinchliffe, Dickon    “Red Riding: In The Year Of Our Lord 1980” (Original Score)
Hollywood Stars    “Shine Like A Radio: The Great Lost 1974 Album” (Gatefold)
Huxley    “Inkwell EP”
Isaacs, Gregory, Dennis Brown, Macka B    “Jealousy”
Josefus    “Not Dead Yet: Unreleased 1978 Studio Sessions & Live”
Jus Now    “Bare Wine / Vodou Riddim”
Kennedy, Inigo    “VHSK I”
Kizilok, Fikret    “Anadolu’Yum” (Remastered Reissue)
Koudede    “Guitars From Agades Vol. 7”
Kowton    “H-Street / Helsinki Sunrise”
KRTS    “The Foreigner” (Clear Vinyl + D/L)
Liminanas    “Costa Blanca”
Logos    “Cold Mission”
Lucy    “201 Phasing”
Mansell, Clint    “Filth – Original Music By Clint Mansell”
McCartney, Paul    “New”  (Gatefold 180 Gram + D/L)
Mercyful Fate    “Don’t Break The Oath”
MF Doom / Clutchy Hopkins    “MF Doom Meets Clutchy Hopkins…..”
Mirkwood    “Mirkwood”
Misfits Meet The Nutley Brass    “Fiend Club Lounge” (Orange Vinyl + Bonus Tracks)
Moniker    “Billy D”
Moore, Steve    “Pangaea Ultima” (2LP)
Mutoid Man    “Helium Head” (Ltd. Ed. Color Vinyl)
Nine Inch Nails    “Pretty Hate Machine”
Oh Sees, Thee    “Singles Collection Volume Three” (+ D/L)
Onyeabor, William    “Good Name”
Perry, Katy    “Prism” (2LP, Gatefold)
Phase (0)    “Dirtro II”
Pierce, Troy    “Softcore”
Pitre, Duane    “Feel Free”
Pitreleh    “Pitreleh” (Duane Pitre & Eleh)
Prince Hammer    “World War Dub Part 1”
Pure Bathing Culture    “Moon Tides” (+ D/L)
Riot    “Fire Down Under”
Roberts, Alasdair & Robin Robertson    “Hirta Songs”
Rudimentary Peni    “Cacophony” (180 Gram Gatefold + CD)
Saint Etienne    “Foxbase Alpha” (180 Gram)
Samhain    “Live At Danceteria, NYC, 1985” (Fan Club Ed.)
Scovel, Rory    “Live At Third Man: 6-22-2013”
Sigha    “A Series Of Desecrations”
Silent Servant    “Lust Abandon” (Jealous God 03 + Mix CD)
Skunk Anansie    “Paranoid & Sunburnt” (200 Gram, Direct Metal Mastering)
Slasher Film Festival Strategy, The    “Crimson Throne” (LP + CD)
Snipes, Jonathan / William Hudson    “Room 237” (180 Gram Color Vinyl)
Sparky    “Portland” (2×12″)
Spring Heeled Jack    “Static World View”
Spring Heeled Jack    “Songs From Suburbia”
Stott, Andy    “Batillus – Concrete (Andy Stott Remix)”
Symmetry    “The Messenger” (EP)
These Hidden Hands    “Remixes II”
Thompson, Linval    “Jah Jah Is The Conqueror”
Torres    “Torres” (2LP)
Tronics    “Say! What Is This?” (Remastered Reissue)
Tronics    “What’s The Hubub Bub” (Remastered Reissue)
Tuxedomoon    “No Tears” (Reissue Of 1978 Debut EP)
Tuxedomoon    “Scream With A View” (2nd EP Reissue)
Uwaifo, Sir Victor / Okosun, Sonny    “Benin City Grooves”
Van Hoesen, Peter    “Life Performance EP”
Various    “Pretty In Pink: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack” (Ltd. Ed. Pink Vinyl)
Various    “Reconstructed By Sasha” (Bonobo, Keep Shelly In Athens, Home Video)
Vaz    “Visiting Hours”
Voices From The Lake    “Silent Drops E.P. (Feat. Donato Dozzy & Neel)”
Ween    “Live At Subb’s, 7/2000” (2LP Fan Club Edition)
Young, Neil    “Neil Young Live At The Cellar Door” (180  Gram, 1970 Recording)
Youngsta & Seven    “Architects / War Cry”
Yuuki Sakai    “Bonjour Tristesse”

Death Trap    “Taste Of Future”
Tennis    “Small Sound”

Cinema Cinema    “50 FT Queenie / Adult Themes”
Cutlass Dance Band    “Don’t Commot Me / Obiara Wondo”
Fitz And The Tantrums    “Santa Stole My Lady”
Flaming Lips, The    “2nd Cassette Demo” (Blue Vinyl Signed By Wayne Coyne Limited Edition -> OUT FOR SALE ON CHRISTMAS EVE!)
Hunt, D.A.    “Greyhound Blues / Lonesome Old Jail”
Ishan Sound    “Forward / Koma”
Issifu, Los And His Moslems    “Tanga Beat”
Lewis, Jerry Lee    “Great Balls Of Fire / You Win Again”
Madlib The Beat Konducta    “Go!”
Negative Trend    “Negative Trend”
Orbison, Roy    “You’re My Baby”
Solenoid    “Taking Acid”
Valdons, The    “Stop, Wait A Minute Girl / Watcha Gonna Do”
Various    “Defend Hamilton: Eat Shit” (Left For Dead, Born Wrong, Pick Your Side, At What Cost…)
White Stripes, The    “Merry Christmas From…”

Childish Gambino    “Because The Internet” (Holographic Cover)
Death In June    “Live In Wien” (2CD Digipack)
Drexciya    “Journey Of The Deep Sea Dweller IV” (DVD Size Case)
Man Is A Rope    “Expensive Cuts” (Deluxe Oversize Packaging)
Morphine    “Cure For Pain: The Mark Sandman Story” (DVD + CD)
Mutoid Man    “Helium Head” (Cave In, Converge)
Pearl Jam    “Vic Theater, Chicago 08/02/07”
Pearl Jam    “Constitution Hall, Washington, DC 9/19/98”

Wax Poetics (Janelle Monae / Jody Watley Cover)
WIRE #359


Burnt Books Burnt Books
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(At a Loss)
This Columbia, South Carolina-based experimental hardcore punk band came into being in October 2011, formed by members from other wild bands like Guyana Punch Line, Thank God, .fuckingcom and Tunguska. Their heavy, angular music blazes along with elements of noise-rock and avant-garde punk, reminding me of bands like Some Girls (the Californian one,) Blood Brothers and Converge. The most unexpected tracks are the stripped-down “Materialist Conspiracy Theorist” and “Liar,” consisting of Zoe Lollis providing just her voice and a banjo: though I don’t usually associate the instrument with serious matters, it complements her emotional balladry well.

Hollis Brown Ride On The Train
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With their name borrowed from a Bob Dylan song, this New York-based quartet should appeal to a wide, multi-generational audience on their full-length debut. Their slightly bluesy brand of rock is seeped in Americana, classic pop and rock n’ roll, sounding confident, lively and inspired. The opening title track sets a great mood with its melodic structure and appropriately chugging-along energy as the chorus swells in. “Doghouse Blues” provides, unsurprisingly, the purest slow-burn back-to-roots blues wail, which gets coupled with faster rock elements on the rugged “Walk On Water” as lead singer Mike Montali warns that if you do “walk on water, you’d better be willing to drown.” The lighter, sunnier tracks like “When The Weather’s Warm” and “Faith & Love” help the album feel well rounded.

Spike Priggen The Very Thing That You Treasure
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On his first solo effort, this singer-songwriter-guitarist flourished with bright, country-tinged power pop/rock throughout. Even with melancholy romantic themes throughout (through laments such as “She Used to Be My Baby” and “”Listening To Me,”) it’s hard to feel down as Priggen belts out his heartfelt emotions amidst rich arrangements. My favorites are the fast-paced rockers such as “Yesterday” and “What Yer Missing,” reminding me of Cheap Trick’s energy and The Cars’ keyboards.

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

2 thoughts on “20th Of December 2013 Update”

  1. you still got a copy of Valdons, The “Stop, Wait A Minute Girl / Watcha Gonna Do”
    for sale

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