2nd Of November 2018 Update

2nd Of November 2018 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Reviews
at Redscroll Records

LPs & 12″s

48 Chairs “70% Paranoid”
Alien Boy “Sleeping Lessons” (Ltd. Ed. Color + D/L)
Apparat “The Devil’s Walk” (Violet)
Arcade Fire “Arcade Fire”
Arsis “Visitant”
Atkinson, Felicia & Jefre Cantu-Ledesma “Limpid As The Solitudes”
Baba Commandant & The Mandingo Band “Sira Ba Kele”
Beacon “Gravity Pairs” (Pink Clouded Vinyl Ltd. Ed. + D/L)
Beau Wanzer “Beau Wanzer”
Brissett, Annette “Love Power”
Brissett, Annette “Betrayed / What A Feeling”
Buttechno “Cherskogo Drive”
Callahan, Bill “Live At Third Man Records 10-11-2017”
Carpenter, John / Alan Howarth “Halloween: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack – 40th Anniversary Edition”
Causa Sui “Free Ride” (Ltd. Ed. /1000 2LP + D/L)
Cave, Nick & Warren Ellis “The Proposition” (Remastered, Gold)
Circa Survive “The Amulet” (Deluxe)
Corsano, Chris / Bill Orcutt “Brace Up!”
Craig, Iam William “Thresholder” (+D/L)
Daly, John “Selections From ‘We Will Live Again'”
Daughters “You Won’t Get What You Want” (Fog)
Dead Can Dance “Dionysus”
Dead Weather, The “Horehound”
Death Vomit “Gutted By Horrors”
Deru “Torn In Two”
Devine, Richard “Sort / Lave”
Dinosaur Jr “The Best Of”
Dub Spencer & Trance Hill “Christmas In Dub” (+CD)
Dufrene, Francois “Cri-Rhythmes”
Dupuy, Jean “Sound Works 1969-2017”
Dylan, Bob “More Blood, More Tracks – The Bootleg Series Volume 14”
Emerson, Keith / Godfrey Salmon “Inferno (Dario Argento’s)” (Complete & Expanded Original Motion Picture Score – 2LP Color 180 Gram Vinyl)
Ethiopians, The “Engine 54”
Eureka Brass Band “New Orleans Funeral And Parade Music”
Fernando “Fernando”
Goatman “Rhythms” (Yellow Vinyl) (Debut Solo LP By Goat Member)
Goblin “Phenomena: Complete & Expanded Original Motion Score”
Grateful Dead “Workingman’s Dead” (180 Gram Reissue)
Harlem River Drive “Harlem River Drive”
Heaters “Suspended Youth”
Hoenig, Michael “The Blob: Original 1988 Motion Picture Soundtrack”
Howarth, Alan “Halloween 5: The Revenge Of Michael Myers” (Soundtrack)
Hudson, Keith “Playing It Cool”
Hurley, Michael “Living Ljubljana”
Kids See Ghosts “Kids See Ghosts”
Klein, Nick “Bathroom Wall”
Krikor “Saudi”
KWC 20 “Dream Of The Walled City”
Legion Of Andromeda “Fisful Of Hate”
Liraz “Nas”
LittleBabyAngel “Gada”
Los Campesinos! “No Blues” (Ltd. Ed. Pink & White Vinyl)
Love, Mike “Reason For The Season” (Red / Green Splatter)
Majetic “Club Dread” (Clear + D/L)
Manic Hispanic “The Recline Of Mexican Civilization”
McCollough, Paul “Night Of The Living Dead: Original Score From The 1990 Motion Picture”
Metallica “…And Justic For All” (Remastered)
Mingus, Charles “Jazz In Detroit / Strata Concert Gallery / 46 Selden” (Special Deluxe 5LP Box Set)
Mongrel’s Cross “Psalter Of The Royal Dragon Court”
Moonface “This One’s For The Dancer & This One’s For The Dancer’s Bouquet” (+D/L)
Moran, Kelly “Ultraviolet” (+D/L)
Mortician “Final Bloodbath Session” (Red/Orange)
Muldrow, Georgia Anne “Overload” (180 Gram + D/L)
Mutantes “Tudo Foi Feito Pelo Sol” (1974 Pre-Break Up Os Mutantes)
O Yama O “O Yama O” (Mana7)
O/H “Market Value”
Opeth “Garden Of The Titans” (Green / Black Splatter)
Paisley, Doug “Starter Home” (+D/L + Bonus 7″)
Paul, John “No Filter”
Perry, Lee “Scratch” “The Black Album”
Pickett, Wilson “Hey Jude” (180 Gram)
Prodigy, The “No Tourists” (Clear Violet)
Qluster “Elemente”
Satan’s Satyrs “The Lucky Ones”
Self, Colin “Siblings” (+D/L)
Senyawa “Sujud”
Snail Mail “Habit”
Snider, Todd “Songs For The Daily Planet” (Green Vinyl)
Sorey, Tyshawn “Pillars (IV)” (2LP)
Spielgusher “Spielgusher”
Spirit Of The Beehive “Hypnic Jerks” (Ltd. Ed. Color + D/L)
Stove “Favorite Friend”
Strange, Collin “Collin Strange”
SW “Sued 21”
Tallawit Timbouctou “Hialo Diallo”
Tenacious D “Post: Apocalypto”
Thought Gang “Thought Gang” (Ltd. Steel Vinyl + D/L)
Touche Amore “10 Years / 1000 Shows – Live At The Regent Theater”
Tragedy “Fury” (Red & Blue Cover Varieties – Black Vinyl)
Traveling Wilburys “Volume 1” (Picture Disc)
Unwound “Leaves Turn Inside You” (Remastered)
Upsetters “Rhythm Shower”
Various “Death Of The Machines Volume 1”
Various “Incantations For Tape: Precocious Noise And Early Electronica Pt. 1”
Various “To Catch A Ghost: Field Recordings From Madagascar”
VCMG “Ssss” (Orange)
Xibalba (Itzaes) “Ah Tza Xibalba Itzaes”


Dare “Dare”
Escape-Ism “Cold Wave Rock”
Goshen Electric Co. “The Gray Tower / Ring The Bell”
Iron Cages “Indulgence”
Kraus, Sharron With Belbury Poly “Other Voices 10” (Ghost Box)
Tanzania Albinism Collective “White African Power (We Live In Danger) / Stigma, Everywhere”
This Is The Kit “Cold And Got Colder”


Arsis “Visitant”
Baba Commandant & Mandingo Band “Sira Ba Kele”
Beacon “Gravity Pairs”
Carnivore “Retaliation”
Daughters “You Won’t Get What You Want”
Dead Can Dance “Dionysus”
Devine, Richard “Sort / Lave”
Ella Mai “Ella Mai”
Graves, Milford “Babi”
Leigh, Heather “Throne”
Metallica “…And Justice For All” (3CD Expanded Edition)
Moran, Kelly “Ultraviolet”
Muldrow, Georgia Anne “Overload”
Nine Shocks Terror “Paying Ohmage”
Ocean Collective “Phanerozoic I Palaeozoic”
Opeth “Garden Of The Titans: Live At Red Rocks Amphitheatre” (4-Disc Set)
Satan’s Satyrs “The Lucky Ones”
Sex Messiah “Eastern Cult Of Sodomy”
Sun Kil Moon “This Is My Dinner” (Ltd. Ed. 2CD Set)
Tallawit Timbouctou “Hiali Diallo”
Tenacious D “Post Apocalypto”
Thought Gang “Thought Gang” (Angelo Badalamenti & David Lynch)
Touche Amore “10 Years / 1000 Shows – Live At The Regent Theater”
Tragedy “Darker Days Ahead”
White Stripes, The “The Complete John Peel Sessions”
Xibalba (Itzaes) “Ah Tza Xibalba”


Death Worship “Extermination Mass = Demo” (Anti-Goth 419)
Holocausto “Guerra Total Demo 2018” (Anti-Goth 423)
Metallica “…And Justice For All” (Remastered, BLCKND007R-4)
White Stripes, The “White Blood Cells” (TMR-033)
White Stripes, The “The White Stripes” (TMR-042)
White Stripes, The “DeStijl” (TMR-032)


CT100 Cassette Player (Crosley)



Optiganally Yours
O.Y. In Hi-Fi
(Joyful Noise)
The Optigan (short for “optical organ”) was a 1970s Mattel keyboard that utilized celluloid optical discs to create a huge variety of sounds. After musician Pea Hix found one of the keyboards at a Salvation Army in 1995, he began collecting them and soon formed a collaboration with his friend Rob Crow (Pinback, Heavy Vegetable, Physics, etc.) The resulting music was a fascinating and charming mix of warmly nostalgic lo-fi instrumentation and Crow’s breezy vocals, with Optiganally Yours releasing albums in 1997 and 2000 (the latter of which used two other similar – but different branded – retro optical keyboards.) Eventually, Hix discovered several master tapes of Optigan instrumentals (some of which were unreleased) in a SoCal garage, thus allowing the duo to use them for high-fidelity music in place of the grainier-sounding mass-market discs. This makes for a particularly engrossing listen, such as the hypnotic early-electronic tapestry that makes up “Whomever Watches You Sleep”.
[Reviewer: Mark]

The Clientele
Music for the Age of Miracles
Formed in London in 1991, this indie-pop band creates a gorgeous, regal sound with its shining, reverb-filled music, reminiscent of 1970s folk rock with acoustic guitar, strings and breathy vocals for an autumnal mood on this album. The six-and-a-half minute “Falling Asleep” is one of my favorites for its dream-like imagery (“ghost of remembered chords / which still can make such radiance…”) Frontman Alasdair MacLean tells a poignant story on the spoken-word “The Museum of Fog”: backed by nostalgic-evoking instrumentation, he tells an emotional story of going to a bar alone and seeing a band whose sound powerfully brings him back to his teenage days.
[Reviewer: Mark]

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