18th Of July 2014 Update

18th Of July 2014 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Reviews
at Redscroll Records

Records Of New 7-18-14

LPs & 12″s
Alvvays    “Alvvays” (180 Gram Blue Vinyl + D/L)
Amazing Snakeheads, The    “Amphetamine Ballads”
Anti-Flag    “A Document Of Dissent 1993-2013” (2LP Gatefold)
Assembly At Dusk    “The Assembled” (Numbered /300)
Azumah, Christie And The Uppers International    “Din Ya Sugri”
Banks    “London”
Bathory    “Bathory”
Big D And The Kids Table    “{Good Luck}” (Gatefold)
Big D And The Kids Table    “Shot By Lammi”
Black Pus    “All My Relations”
British Murder Boys    “Live In Tokyo”
Brown, Kev    “Songs Without Words Volume 3: Brown Album Instrumentals” (Ltd. Ed.)
Cannabis Corpse    “From Wisdom To Baked” (/500)
Cobb, Alex    “Marigold And Cable”
Demdike Stare    “Test Pressing #005” (Black Vinyl)
D’Marc Cantu    “Parisian Summer” (Clear)
Eleh    “Circle Three: Full Moon At 35HZ” (Numbered/500)
English, Lawrence    “Wilderness Of Mirrors” (+ D/L)
Executive Slacks    “Executive Slacks”
Fjaak    “Don’t Leave Me”
Flaherty, Paul / Chris Corsano    “Low Cost Space Flights”
Guaraldi, Vince Trio    “A Charlie Brown Christmas” Original Sound Track” (Green Vinyl)
Guedon, Henri    “Cosmozouk”
Hamburger, Neil    “First Of Dismay”
Head High    “Megatrap” (2LP)
Heard, Larry    “Loosefingers EP”
Heard, Larry    “Loosefingers EP 2”
Hood, Robert    “Protein Valve (Re-Plant; Edit 1)”
Inhalt    “Simulacra”
Johnson, Syl    “Total Explosion” (+ D/L)
Jungle    “Jungle” (Gatefold)
Kuti, Fela    “Fela Ransome-Kuti And The Africa ’70 With Ginger Baker – Live!”
Kuti, Fela    “Expensive Shit” (Fela Ransome-Kuti & Africa 70)
Kuti, Fela    “He Miss Road” (Fela Ransome-Kuti & The Africa 70)
Kyuss    “…And the Circus Leaves Town”
Lau, Leong    “That Rongeng Sound”
Led Zeppelin    “Led Zeppelin III: Deluxe” (2LP 180 Gram)
Lewis    “L’Amour” (Pre-Order Edition 180 Gram Clear)
Madlib    “Rock Konducta Part 2” (19 Instrumental Hip-Hop Tracks)
Madlib    “Beat Konducta Vol. 1: Movie Scenes”
Madlib    “Beat Konducta Vol. 2: Movie Scenes, The Sequel”
Madlib    “Beat Konducta Vol. 4: India”
Madlib    “Beat Konducta  Vol. 3: In India”
Madlib    “Beat Konducta Vol. 5: Dil Cosby Suite”
Madlib    “Beat Konducta Vol. 6: Dil Withers Suite”
Madlib    “Medicine Show #1: Before The Verdict (Feat. Guilty Simpson)”
Madlib    “Medicine Show #7: High Jazz”
Mamaleek    “He Never Said A Mumblin’ Word”
McGuiness, Jason    “Masterpiece EP: A Whitfield / Strong Tribute”
Metasplice    “Vertia / Tiled Eighths”
MF Doom    “Metal Fingers Presents: Special Herbs Volume 5 & 6″ (2LP+7”)
Morricone, Ennio    “Veruschka: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack”
Morricone, Ennio    “Le Foto Proibite Di Una Signora Per Bene: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack”
Morricone, Ennio    “Gli Occhi Freddi Della Paura: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack”
Muraoka, Minoru    “Bamboo” (OBI Strip)
Murphy, Hakim    “Spectrum Prints”
Myron & E    “Do It Do It Disco”
Nidam, Maayan / Laverne Radix    “Split”
Noveller & ThisQuietArmy    “Reveries” (White)
Ob Ignitt    “I’m Here Now”
Oval    “VOA”
Parrish, Theo    “71st & Exchange Used To Be…”
Phillips, Washington    “What Are They Doing In Heaven Today?”
Real Friends    “Maybe This Place Is The Same And We’re Just Changing” (Signed & Numbered/500 – Official Bootleg Edition)
Rebirth Brass Band    “Move Your Body”
Reigning Sound    “Shattered” (+ D/L)
Rhythm Odyssey And Knights Of Olde, The    “Intro Theme EP”
Richter, Max    “The Congress: A Film By Ari Folman” (Soundtrack; /500 Ltd. Ed. + D/L)
Sade    “Stronger Than Pride” (Audio Fidelity)
Severed Heads    “Dead Eyes Opened”
Silver Hands    “Skulls”
SND    “Tplay, 1:5” (Special Extended Edition)
Steve Adamyk Band    “Dial Tone” (+ D/L)
Szare    “Lost Shapes; Carved In Those Dancing Gravestones”
Tumult Hands    “Tumult Hands” (White Vinyl)
UN, The    “UN Or U Out” (2LP)
Various    “International Breaks 202: Rare Breaks From Around The Globe”
Various    “Country Funk II 1967-1974” (2LP Gatefold)
Various    “Ghost Woman Blues: Country Blues 1927-1952”
Various    “I Don’t Feel At Home In This World Anymore 1927-1948”
Various    “Last Kind Words 1926-1953”
Various    “Seven Skeletons Found In The Yard”
Vynehall, Leon    “Butterflies / This Is The Place”
White Fence    “For The Recently Found Innocent”
Xymox    “Subsequent Pleasures”

Herndon, Holly    “Body Sound” (Single Sided, Screened /300)
Soley    “Kromantik”

Author & Punisher / Harassor    “Fearce” (Heavy Vinyl Grey/Purple)
Back To Back    “Narcissist”
Death White    “Death White”
Flesh World    “A Line In Wet Grass”
Giorgio Murderer    “Primitive World”
Running    “Frizzled”
Various    “It’s What We Know!” (United Riot Records)

Biosphere    “Sustrata^2”
Keluar    “Keluar (Compiles Both “Ennoea” And “Vitreum” + Remixes)”
Trampled By Turtles    “Wild Animals”
Yankovic, “Weird Al”    “Mandatory Fun”
Low Leaf    “Akashaalay”
MNDSGN    “Breatharian”
Oh Sees, Thee    “Putrifiers II EP”
White Fence    “For The Recently Found Innocent”

Maximum Rock N Roll #375


“Weird Al” Yankovic Mandatory Fun
Weird Al Mandatory Fun 300
As Homer Simpson once said, “He who is tired of Weird Al is tired of life.” Three years after bringing the Alpocalypse, the Prince of Parodies has finally dropped his fourteenth album (available now on CD: the vinyl is coming in early August.) On Mandatory Fun, Yankovic once again delivers a mix of recent pop song parodies, originals and a trademark polka medley capturing snippets of hits: as someone who’s heard all of his albums, I can say I’m impressed once again. Some of the parody highlights for me include Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines” getting turned into the exhaustive grammar lesson “Word Crimes” and Pharrell Williams’ “Happy” becoming an ode to all things “Tacky,” from fashion to behavior. Yankovic once again demonstrates his expertise at not only emulating artists in regular parodies but “style parodies” as well, with the high-energy rock of the Foo Fighters-style “My Own Eyes” or Pixies pastiche “First World Problems.” The medley “NOW That’s What I Call Polka” is again a thrill, polka-fying eleven recent hits including “Wrecking Ball,” “Gangnam Style” and “Get Lucky.” This record is another solid entry into the Weird Al discography, and since I’ve heard it may be his last physical album before he shifts to digital distribution, it definitely one to check out.
[Reviewer: Mark]

Doris Duke I’m a Loser [Reissue]
Doris Duke Im A Loser 300
Originally released in 1970, this record has gained a reputation as an excellent demonstration of deep soul: a Southern style that also incorporates elements of blues and gospel. Duke started as a backup singer for artists such as Nina Simone before being discovered. I can feel her intense emotion (comparable to Billie Holiday or Aretha Franklin) as she sings about the painful side of love, focusing on men who have run away, cheated and womanized.  The church organ-laden “Ghost of Myself” is a highlight for me, channeling despair with Duke’s lamenting voice and enticing guitar work by James Carr. One of the singles “To The Other Woman (I’m The Other Woman)” is another powerful track, with her standing up to friends criticizing her for “playing second fiddle” to a man.
[Reviewer: Mark]

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