23rd Of December 2016 Update

23rd Of December 2016 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Reviews
at Redscroll Records

Reminder that we’re open until 9PM tonight (Friday) and then open 10AM-5PM tomorrow (Saturday, Christmas Eve). Closed on Sunday (Christmas Day). Regular hours Monday – Friday. 12PM-6PM on New Year’s Eve (Next Saturday) and normal hours on New Year’s Day (Next Sunday – 12-6PM). 

LPs & 12″s
A Tribe Called Quest “We Got It From Here… Thank You 4 Your Service” (2LP + D/L)
Alessandroni, Alessandro “Sangue Di Sbirro”
Anna “Systems Breaking Down”
Barry, John “Walk About: Original Motion Picture Score”
Battle Of Mice “All Your Sympathy’s Gone: The Complete Recordings” (2lP)
Beausoleil, Bobby “Lucifer Rising”
Becker, Rashad “Traditional Music Of Notional Species Vol. II”
Bezier / Fort Romeau “Cin Cin 005”
Blasting Company, The “Over The Garden Wall”
Callery, Sean “Jessica Jones”
Clemens K “Reverie EP”
Cohen, Leonard “Toronto ’88” (180 Gram Colored Vinyl Numbered Ltd. Ed.)
Conforce “North To South Part 2”
D’Auria, Silvano “Sortilegio”
Dillon, Beatrice “Can I Change My Mind?”
DJ Plant Texture / DJ Shark “I Don’t Dance / Cat Ears”
DMX Krew “Escape-MCP”
Dwarves “Invented Rock & Roll”
East Of The Valley Blues “Death Is Not The End”
Elfman, Danny “The Girl On The Train” (Original Soundtrack)
Enemies “Valuables”
Fjaak “Fjaak”
Fusciati, M. “Urbanistica” (Soundtrack)
Gerus, Phil “Make Time”
Goblin “Live 1978”
Goldsmith, Jerry “Gremlins”
Goldsmith, Jerry “Chinatown” (Gold)
Guebru, Emahoy Tsegue-Mariam “Emahoy Tsegue-Mariam Guebru”
Hazlewood, Lee “Cowboy In Sweden”
Hieroglyphic Being “This Isn’t Your Typical 90’s Era Techno/IDM Revisionist View 12″”
His Name Is Alive “Patterns Of Light” (180 Gram)
Hutch, Willie “Season For Love”
Hutch, Willie “Soul Portrait”
Jammz “Warrior”
Konami Digital Entertainment “Lagrange Point Official Soundtrack” (Purple)
Kraft, Suzanne “What You Get For Being Young”
Laksa “Contrasts EP”
Lite / Mouse On The Keys “Lite / Mouse On The Keys” (Half And Half)
Lone “Lemurian” (MAGICRS001LP)(+ D/L)
Mansell, Clint “The Fountain”
Massive Attack “Massive Attack V Mad Professor: No Protection”
Massive Attack “Protection”
Massive Attack “Blue Lines”
Monn-Iversen, Egil “Himmel Og Helvete”
Monroe, Perry “Killing Spree: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack” (Terror Vision Records)
Our Daughters Wedding “Moving Windows” (Blue, + D/L)
Paesano, John “Daredevil”
Parker, Mike / Donato Dozzy “Paramagnetism”
Parks, Deantoni “Touch But Don’t Look” (180 Gram + D/L)
People Skills “Gunshots At Crestridge” (+ D/L)
Rezzett “Doyce”
Rolling Stones, The “Their Satanic Majesties Request” (DSD Remastered)
Rvivr “Rvivr”
Sakamoto, Shintaro / Videotapemusic “A Night In Bangkok”
San Proper “The Rollercoaster Surprise”
Santiago “22 Somerset Dr. 1976-1978” (+ D/L)
Sorgini, Giuliano “Zoo Folle”
Springsteen, Bruce “Chapter And Verse” (Musical Companion To Autobiography Includes 5 Previously Unreleased Songs)
Taito Sound Team “Zuntata Arcade Classics Volume One” (Soundtracks)
Tariverdiev, Mikael “The Irony Of Fate: Original Score”
Taso “New Start”
Thigh Master “Early Times”
Tredici Bacci “Amore Per Tutti”
Trends & Boylan “Norman Bates”
Umwelt “Days Of Dissent” (2LP)
Umwelt “Destiny”
Various “Fire Talk 4 LP Set” (Murals, Turnip King, Earring, Media Jewler)
Various “Jaco: Original Soundtrack”
Various Artists “Deathgasm”
Various Artists “PZYK Vol. 2” (+ D/L)
Various Artists “Ethiopian Hit Parade”
Various Artists “Esterno Notte” (+ CD)
Various Artists “Esterno Giorno” (+ CD)
Various Artists “The Microcosm”
Various Artists “The Microcosm” (Colored Vinyl)
Vercetti Technicolor “Tarantola”
Vercetti Technicolor “Golden Taurus EP”
Wain, Charles “The Last Wave”
Yamaneko “Project Nautilus [Keygen Loops]”
Young Male “How To Disappear In America”


Frost, Ben “The Wasp Factory”
Hodgy “Fireplace: TheNotTheOtherSide”
Various Artists “The Microcosm”


Burma Camp “Burma Camp” (CDR-TP-038)
Da Goblinn “Deejay Fou A L’Exturur” (CDR-TP-037)
Enemies “Valuables” (TSR164-6)
Spit Mask “Swallow” (CDR-TP-035)
Young, Neil “Peace Trail” (Reprise 558314-4)



Clipping. Splendor & Misery
(Sub Pop / Deathbomb Arc)
This Los Angeles-based rap trio goes well beyond what one would expect from the genre: “Splendor and Misery” is a stark and daring concept album that mixes intricate, almost-robotic rapping with elements ranging from minimal ambient techno to outright noise. It essentially tells the story of the sole survivor of a slave revolt who’s now trapped on a spaceship (it definitely helps to concentrate on the meticulous lyrics.) The most unexpected songs (also happening to fit the theme) are two a cappella gospel spirituals that demonstrate clipping.’s ability to create poignant vocal harmonies.
[Reviewer: Mark]

Unknown Mortal Orchestra Multi-Love
On their latest album, this Portland, Oregon / Auckland, New Zealand band develops their psychedelic rock sound into its catchiest and most dancefloor-friendly form yet. Unknown Mortal Orchestra strike a successful balance between groovy rock and disco-funk, with the irresistible “Ur Life One Night” being a highlight that would have been a great fit for Prince. Unsurprisingly, the theme of relationships comes up throughout, from the title track inspired by a polyamorous relationship to the finale about not wanting to solve someone’s “Puzzles” anymore.
[Reviewer: Mark]

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