23rd Of December 2015 Update (Xmas Eve Eve)

23rd Of December 2015 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Reviews
at Redscroll Records

Happy Xmas Eve Eve Y’allz

This update is pretty tidy for obvious reasons (short week, holiday, etc.), but there are still a couple deliveries we expect to receive in the next day and a half so watch our Instagram for any items of particular interest.

One more time with Holiday Hours:
Christmas Eve 10AM-4PM
Christmas CLOSED
(Regular hours until…)
New Year’s Eve 12-6PM
New Year’s Day 12-8PM (regular hours)

LPs & 12″s

Air Supply “Live In Hong Kong” (2LP 2CD 1Blu-Ray)
Alice Cooper “Greatest Hits” (180 Gram)
Clark, Gary Jr. “The Story Of Sonny Boy Slim” (+ D/L)
Clutch “Psychic Warfare”
Fhloston Paradigm “Cosmosis Vol. 1”
FKA Twigs “M3LL15X” (We’ll have this in again at domestic price, but I got 1 for the import price currently)
Funkadelic “Shake The Gate: Version Excursion”
Harmonia “Musik Von Harmonia” (Remastered)
Harmonia “Deluxe” (Remastered)
Iced Earth “Night Of The Stormrider”
Imagine Dragons “Smoke + Mirrors” (2LP Super Deluxe Clear Vinyl With 8 Bonus Tracks)
Kiner, Kevin “Star Wars: The Clone Wars – Original Soundtrack Seasons One Through Six”
McCartney, Paul & Wings “Band On The Run” (2LP 180 Gram)
Melnyk, Lubomyr “Rivers And Streams” (Ltd. Ed. /500 Clear)
Mobley, Hank “Workout” (Blue Note Reissue)
Scaggs, Boz “Greatest Hits Live” (180 Gram)
Spoon “Gimme Fiction” (10 Year Anniversary Delux Reissue)
Springsteen, Bruce “Brooce & The E Streeters: Lo-Fi Guys” (Unofficial)
Staples, Vince “Summertime ’06: Segment 1”
Staples, Vince “Summertime ’06: Segment 2”
SunnO))) “Kannon” (White Vinyl)
Tangerine Dream “Edgar Allan Poe’s ‘The Island Of The Fay'”
Taylor, James “October Road” (180 Gram)
Turner, Nik “Space Fusion Odyssey” (Ex-Hawkwind)
Underwood, Carrie “Storyteller” (Ltd. Ed.)


Baroness “Purple”
Grateful Dead, The “The Best Of Fare Thee Well: Celebrating 50 Years Of Grateful Dead, Soldier Field, Chicago, IL – July 3rd, 4th, 5th 2015”



Young Widows Easy Pain
Young_Widows_-_Easy_Pain(Temporary Residence Ltd.)
The fourth album from this Louisville, Kentucky trio is another slab of incredibly loud, heavy and disconcerting noise rock and post-punk, reminding me of Unsane’s slam. One easy highlight is “Kerosene Girl”: the bass pulses like a shark going in for the kill while the lyrics take the perspective of an antisocial guy who torches a girl’s house instead of trying to meet her.
[Reviewer: Mark]
Lonesome Shack More Primitive
Born as a one-man band in 2004 before ending up a three-piece, this Seattle-based act is all about the blues, sounding as dusty and solitary as the name implies but also surprisingly groovy. They describe it as “haunted boogie blues,” with melancholy lyrics backed with twanging guitar melodies that it’s hard to resist grooving along to. The talent shines even on the most “primitive”-sounding track “Trying to Forget”, showcasing an intricate acoustic guitar melody recorded in what certainly sounds like a shack.
[Reviewer: Mark]

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