17th Of August 2018 Update

17th Of August 2018 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Review
at Redscroll Records

LPs & 12″s

A-Team “Trouble” (09 Séance Centre)
Bad Religion “The New America”
Baranowsky, Danny “Crypt Of The NecroDancer” (Soundtrack)
Benni “The Return”
BlackLab “Under The Strawberry Moon 2.0” (Black/Orange + D/L + CD /300)
Circa Survive “Blue Sky Noise (Remastered)” (Clear Blue With Splatter)
Craven Faults “Netherfield Works”
Cruise, Julee “Three Demos” (+ D/L)
Cruise, Julee “The Voice Of Love” (Red Vinyl /1000)
Cuts “Dream Voyager (Remixes From Slowdive & Ben Chatwin)”
Danilov, Alex / Developer “LF RMX 006”
Deaf Wish “Lithium Zion” (Loser Edition + D/L)
Death Cab For Cutie “Thank You For Today” (Clear And 180 Gram Versions + D/L)
Dicks, Ted “Virgin Witch: Original Movie Soundtrack”
Echo Beds “Buried Language”
Ethiopians, The “Woman Capture Man” (/750 Orange Vinyl)
Follakzoid & J. Spaceman “London Sessions”
Foxing “Nearer My God” (2LP Gold/Bone/White Splatter + D/L)
Frick, Paul “Second Yard Botanicals”
Frontline Assembly “Warmech” (Soundtrack)
Gainsbourg, Serge / Michel Colombier “Le Pacha: Original Music From The Movie”
Giacchino, Michael “Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom” (Soundtrack)
Gordon, Mick “DOOM” (Original Game Soundtrack)
Hakim, Nick / Onyx Collective “Nick Hamim & Onyx Collective Split 12″ Single” (RSD)
Hawkes, Marquis “The Marquis Of Hawkes”
Hyun, Shin Joong & Yup Juns “Shin Joong Hyun & Yup Juns” (1974 Album Reissue)
Iceberg Slim “Reflections (Featuring The Red Holloway Quartet)”
Ingman, Nick “Big Beat”
Innumerable Forms “Punishment In Flesh”
Integrity / Krieg “Integrity / Krieg”
Jerimiah Jae “Daffi”
Jess Sah Bi & Peter One “Our Garden Needs Its Followers” (+D/L)
Jorgensen, Austin “Lisa The Painful RPG – Original Soundtrack” (Black & Red)
Judas Priest “Ram It Down” (180 Gram + D/L Reissue)
Kallio, Jukio “Nuclear Throne: Original Soundtrack”
Karen Meat “You’re An Ugly Person”
Kozelek, Mark “Mark Kozelek”
Lucifer “Lucifer II” (180 Gram Yellow Vinyl + CD)
Majority Rule “Emergency Numbers” (Reissue)
Meangirls “Is This Me Forever?” (Clear /300)
MeWithoutYou “Brother, Sister” (Reissue)
Mitski “Be The Cowboy” (Coke Bottle Green Vinyl + D/L)
Montgomery, Roy “Suffuse”
Myrrors, The “Borderlands” (+D/L)
Nova One “Secret Princess” (White /300)
Oh Sees “Smote Reverser”
Ojah + Hiroshi / Roots Masashi “Barriers / Slow Rockers (Steppas Records Presents… Osaka Steppas)”
Omori, Cullen “The Diet” (Loser Edition +D/L)
Open Mike Eagle “Rappers Will Die Of Natural Causes” (Color Vinyl + D/L)
Owens, Kelly Lee “Bird” (Single/Remixes)
PageNinetyNine “Document #7” (Reissue)
PageNinetyNine / Majority Rule “Pageninetynine / Majority Rule” (Reissue)
Papa M “A Broke Moon Rises: Music For Four Acoustic Guitars”
Parmegiani, Bernard “Les Soleils De L’ile De Paques: Bande Orignale Du Film” (Soundtrack)
Perry, Lee / Bunny Striker Lee “Lee Perry V’s Bunny ‘Striker’ Lee Dub Soundclash”
Regulate “In The Promise Of Another Tomorrow”
Siloah “Sukram Gurk” (+7″)(Reissue)
Siloah “Siloah” (+7″)(Reissue)
Spectrum “Highs, Lows And Heavenly Blows” (1994 Album Reissue)
This Will Destroy “Young Mountain” (Reissue)
Traps PS “New Chants”
Uniform “The Long Walk” (Concrete Vinyl + D/L)
Various “Teen Expo: The Cleopatra Label” (Compilation)
Various “1+1=X” (Erased Tapes Tenth Anniversary Release)
Various “Commune” (Angele David-Guillou, Dead Light, Matt Dunkley)
Various “Hillbillies In Hell – Country Music’s Tormented Testament (1952-1974) Volume 777”
Virginia Wing “Ecstatic Arrow” (Blue + D/L + Zine + Poster)
Waters, Muddy “The Best Of Muddy Waters”
Wavves “Wavves” (10 Year Anniversary Reissue Black & White Splatter)
Welch, Gillian “Soul Journey” (Remastered 2003 Album)
Why? “Alopecia” (Clear Vinyl + 7″ 10th Anniversary Ltd. Ed. – Standard Reissue Also Available)
Wild Pink “Yolk In The Fur”
Wolfhounds “Hands In The Till: The Complete John Peel Sessions” (+D/L)
Youngblood, Conner “Cheyenne”
Zao “All Else Failed” (1996 Remastered Debut)


Crippled Youth “Join The Fight”
Jerry Paper “Your Cocoon / New Chains (Demo)”
Protomartyr / Spray Paint “Irony Prompts A Party Rat”
Restraining Order “Restraining Order” (Purple)
Sadgirl “Breakfast For 2”


Benni “The Return”
Black Tusk “TCBT”
BlackLab “Under The Strawberry Moon 2.0”
Coil + Zos Kia + Marc Almond “How To Destroy Angels” (A Slow Fade To Total Transparency)
Deaf Wish “Lithium Zion”
Death Grips “Year Of The Snitch”
Dorian Concept “The Nature Of Imitation”
ESG “Come Away With ESG”
Follakzoid & J. Spaceman “London Sessions”
Foxing “Nearer My God”
Gainsbourg, Serge / Michel Colombier “Le Pacha: Original Music From The Movie”
Innumerable Forms “Punishment In Flesh”
Integrity / Krieg “Integrity / Krieg”
Mitski “Be The Cowboy”
Montgomery, Roy “Suffuse”
Myrrors, The “Borderlands”
Oh Sees “Smote Reverser”
RF Shannon “Trickster Blues”
Stevens, Sufjan “The Avalanche: Outtakes And Extras From The Illinois Album!”
Uniform “The Long Walk”
Various “Teen Expo: The Cleopatra Label” (Numero 074)
White Ring “Gate Of Grief”
Why? “Alopecia”
Youngblood, Conner “Cheyenne”


Bod “Limpid Fear” (KNV007)
Death Cab For Cutie “Thank You For Today” (572449-4)
Get A Grip “Get A Grip 2018” (Edgewood Records)
Only Now + Orogen “Only Now + Orogen” (5055869544894)
Regulate “LP Promo (Straight Edge) 2018” (Edgewood Records)
Tourniquet “I Hate The Way This Makes Me Feel” (Contraband)
Why? “Alopecia” (JNR270)


Maximum Rock N Roll July #423 Magazine



Alice Coltrane Turiyasangitananda – The Ecstatic Music of Alice Coltrane Turiyasangitananda
(Luaka Bop)
Born Alice McLeod, this multi-talented jazz musician, bandleader and composer began her career in the early 1960s. She also married John Coltrane and later adapted the name Turiyasangitananda (meaning “the Transcendental Lord’s highest song of Bliss”) on a spiritual journey to India after the death of her husband. In 1983, she established the Sai Anantam Ashram (an ashram being a traditional Indian spiritual hermitage or monastery) outside of Los Angeles and recorded a series of cassette tapes for the members. This compilation (the first in a series called World Spirituality Classics) features several of the tracks previously unheard by the general public, showcasing Turiyasangitananda’s subdued but powerful vocals (backed by a huge ensemble of singers from the ashram) and lush arrangements consisting of organ, synthesizer, harps and strings. Many of these tracks consist of rich, meditative walls of synth that, coupled with large crowds reciting mantras, make for an especially engrossing listen.
[Reviewer: Mark]

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