4th Of December 2015 Update (Note About Holiday Special Orders!)

4th Of December 2015 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Reviews
at Redscroll Records

This time of year is a big SPECIAL ORDER time for us. We’re happy to do it. If you have something you’d like to get a loved one (music on any format, DVD/Blu-Ray, turntable, other…) let us know and we’ll get it crackin’! (Or at least try our hardest and let you know the possibilities.) Don’t wait too long! We will be doing some last minute ordering for those in a bind for sure, but being prepared definitely adds years onto all our lives.

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LPs & 12″s

Adams, Mike And His Honest Weight “Preperation Age” (+ D/L)
Anastasio, Trey “Paper Wheels”
Architectural “Amour”
Aronson, Alvin “Aevus”
Basic Soul Unit “Ruckup”
Bleeker, Alex And The Freaks “Country Agenda” (+ D/L)
Bocoum, Afel, Damon Albarn, Toumani Diabate And Friends “Mau Music”
Bolt Thrower “The IVth Crusade”
Case, Neko “Blacklisted” (Violet Vinyl + D/L)
Chromatics “Shining Violence”
Circa Waves “Young Chasers” (+ D/L)
Coldplay “A Head Full Of Dreams” (Ltd. Ed. Color Vinyl + D/L)
Cooper, Mike “White Shadows In The South Seas”
Damage, Benjamin / Truncate “Battle / 86”
Dao-Udon, Hongthong “Bump Lam Phloen: Essential Hongthong Dao-Udon”
Delerium “Karma” (Colored Vinyl + D/L With Bonus Remixes)
Desire “Under Your Spell”
Dettmann, Marcel / Zenker Brothers “Activator / Namuan”
Dillinger Versus Trinity “Clash” (Ltd. Ed. 180 Gram)
Evol “BUS017A”
Fidenco, Nico “Zombi Holocaust: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack”
Four Tet “Pink” (Half-Speed Mastered + D/L)
Ghana Soul Explosion, The “Soul Makossa”
Glass Candy “Warm In The Winter”
Glass Candy “Geto Boys”
Glass Candy “Feeling Without Touching”
Gomez, Selena “Revival”
Hood, Robert “The Greatest Dancer / Dancer”
Howlin’ Wolf “Heart Like Railroad Steel: Memphis & Chicago Blues 1951-57”
Inventions “Blanket Waves” (+ D/L)
Kamikaze Space Programme “Ballard”
King Dude “My Beloved Ghost E.P. Plus…” (Import Version)
King Dude “Love” (Import Version)
Kiss (K.I.S.S.) “Gene Simmons” (Picture Disc)
Kiss (K.I.S.S.) “Ace Frehley” (Picture Disc)
Klock, Ben “Before One”
Lewis, Alexander “Occupying The Middle Circle”
Lindstrøm & Prins Thomas “Lindstrøm & Prins Thomas” (+ D/L)
Lowe, Robert Aiki Aubrey “Timon Irnok Manta”
Manson, Charles “Walking In The Truth” (Pre-Release Numbered Edition /100)
Marley, Bob “Bob Marley – The Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry Masters” (+CD)
Minus The Bear “Menos El Oso” (Custom Yellow Marble, High Melt Green, & Clear Vinyl Variants)
Morbid Angel “Blessed Are The Sick”
Mr. Lif “I Phantom” (Reissue + D/L)
My Disco “Sever”
Nirvana “Nirvana” (200 Gram 45 RPM + D/L)
Okkervil River “Black Sheep Boy: Anniversary Edition”
Our Survival Depends On Us “Scouts On The Borderline Between The Physical And Spiritual World”
Scion, Peter “Through My Ghost”
Shift Work “Document II”
Skeletonwitch “Breathing The Fire” (Picture Disc)
Smart, Phillip / The Aggrovators “Phillip Smart Meets The Aggrovators At King Tubby’s”
Spirit Cabinet, The “Hystero Epileptic Possessed”
Sprawl “E.P.1”
Third Eye Blind “Dopamine”
Traams “Modern Dancing”
Vantzou, Christina “No. 3”
Various “Entertainment: Music From The Motion Picture Soundtrack”
Various “Kill Bill Vol. 1: Original Soundtrack” (Reissue)
Various “Kill Bill Vol. 2″ Original Soundtrack” (Reissue)
Velvet Underground, The & Nico “The Velvet Underground & Nico” (Reissue With Pealable Banana)
Velvet Underground, The & Nico “The Velvet Underground & Nico” (Picture Disc)
Vision Heat “The Chosen Themes – Program II”
White Birch, The “Star Is Just A Sun” (180 Gram + CD)
Wilson, Brian “Brian Wilson” (Record Store Day Black Friday Late Arrival – Expanded Edition First Time On Vinyl, Blue Swirl Ltd. Ed.)
Wounded Kings, The “The Shadow Over Atlantis” (Numbered Import)
Yacht “Shangri-La” (White Vinyl + D/L)

Chromatics “I Can Never Be Myself When You’re Around.” (Picture Flexi)
Grobe, Klaus Johann “Baby Lass Uns Sein”
Jewel, Johnny “Lost River: Soundtrack” (Box Set: 6×7″ Flexis + CD +Book)
Shades, The “Santa Claus Is Coming To Town / Prancer’s Got Some Red Spots”
Stringer-Hye, Peter “Sunday Girls”

Arca “Mutant”
Fasawang, Khwanta “Lam Phaen Motorsai Tham Saeb: The Best Of Lam Phaen Sister No. 1”


Matrixxman Homesick
Matrixxman(Ghostly International)
Charles McCloud Duff is a Bay Area DJ and producer whose fascination with a dark, cybernetic future (he loves reading sci-fi novels and government conspiracy theories) shows on this debut album. His minimalist ambient techno conjures up images of stark, metallic industrial areas, like walking through an inorganic dystopia (it’s also good for pumping from a cool new car’s speakers.) The most ominous is the nine-and-a-half minute opener “Necronomicon,” which creates the sensation of aircraft ascending and descending through jet-black clouds. One of the lighter songs I really like is “Packard Plant,” creating a surprisingly laid-back atmosphere reminiscent of a Detroit factory where said automobiles were manufactured until the end of the 50s.
[Reviewer: Mark]

Sebadoh Defend Yourself
Sebadoh(Joyful Noise)
Now almost three decades into their existence, Sebadoh still deliver a high-energy blast of fuzzy indie rock on this eighth studio album (released fourteen years after their last one). It definitely sounds faithful to their pre-new-millennium sound, rocking with down-tuned guitars and bittersweet subject matter about lost love (indeed, inspiration came from lead singer-songwriter Lou Barlow’s twenty-five-year marriage dissolving.) One of my personal favorite tracks is “Oxygen”, with melodic rock juxtaposed with lyrics about wasting time ruminating on a dead relationship.
[Reviewer: Mark]
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