1st Of February 2019 Update

1st Of February 2019 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Review
at Redscroll Records

LPs & 12″s
A-Ha “Scoundrel Days” (180 Gram)
Acid Witch “Witchtanic Hellucinations” (candy corn)
Alpha Steppa “Nkosi Yamakhosi”
Bailey, Derek / Cyro Baptista “Cyro”
Bailey, Derek / Tony Coe “Time”
Band, The “The Last Waltz” (3LP Set Reissue)
Bataan, Joe “Afrofilipino” (1975 LP Reissue, Yellow Vinyl /1000)
Batoh, Masaki “Nowhere”
Behrman, David “On The Other Ocean”
Black Merlin “Kode”
Blur “Liesure” (Ltd. Ed. 25th Ann. Turquoise Vinyl)
Boy Harsher “Lesser Man (Extended Version)” (Gold Vinyl /1000)
Boy Harsher “Yr Body Is Nothing” (Silver /1000)
Boy Harsher “Careful” (Ltd. White and Standard Black Available)
Brown, Harriet “Mall Of Fortune”
Business Of Dreams “Ripe For Anarchy”
Captain Beefheart “The Spotlight Kid” (Reissue)
Cash, Johnny “Sings The Songs That Made Him Famous”
Chaos In The CBD “Invisible Spectrum”
Cherry Glazerr “Stuffed & Ready” (Red Ltd. Ed.)
Cook, Hollie “Hollie Cook”
Copeland, Beverly “Beverly Copeland” (Reissue)
Cranes “Self-Non-Self” (180 Gram Reissue)
Daft Punk “Alive 2007”
Daft Punk “Daft Club”
Darksmith “Hatred Of Sound”
Davis, Miles “Tutu” (Deluxe Edition)
Davis, Miles “Bopping The Blues” (Reissue)
Deer Tick “Mayonnaise” (White Vinyl + 7″)
Dr. John “Locked Down”
Drexciya “Neptune’s Lair” (Reissue)
Ersahin, Ilhan / Eddie Henderson / Juini Booth / Kenny Wollesen “Silver”
Esben & The Witch “Nowhere” (Black Vinyl /600)
Faith No More “Album Of The Year” (2LP 180 Gram)
Flaming Lips “With A Little Help From My Fwends”
Fleetwood Mac “Kiln House” (Reissue)
Fleetwood Mac “Bare Trees” (Reissue)
Fleetwood Mac “Future Games” (Reissue)
Forest Drive West “Apparitions”
Gaye, Marvin “What’s Going On” (Reissue)
Girlpool “What Chaos Is Imaginary” (Pineapple Vinyl)
Goblin “Buio Omega” (Soundtrack)
Gordon, Dexter “Walk The Blues” (Reissue)
Grivo “Elude” (+D/L)
Guiot, Dominique “L’Univers De La Mer” (1978 Prog/Ambient/Library Album Reissue)
Harrington, Dave Group “Pure Imagination, No Country”
Havittajat “Hatatila”
Honey Lung “Memory” (White Vinyl + D/L)
Hubbard, Freddie “Straight Life” (Reissue)
Incredible String Band, The “Incredible String Band” (Reissue)
Jah Division “Dub Will Tear Us Apart Again” (+ Bonus 7″)
Kid Rock “Cocky” (Turquoise)
Kosatka “Colossus” (Local Post-Rock)
Kouyate, Bassekou & Ngoni Ba “Miri”
Kraftwerk “Autobahn”
Larkin, Christopher “Hollow Knight: Gods & Nightmares” (Picture Disc)
Le Butcherettes “Bi/Mental”
Leary, Timothy “Turn On, Tune In, Drop Out” (Red, Blue & Green Vinyl /1600)(Soundtrack)
Lightning Bolt “Fantasy Empire”
Lussi, Martina “Diffusion Is A Force”
Man, Rustin “Drift Code” (180 Gram + D/L)
Mansell, Clint / Kronos Quartet “Requiem For A Dream” (Soundtrack)
Melchior, Dan & P.G. Six “Exhibit A”
Mitt, Jay “Tatizo Pesa”
Mollestad, Hedvig Trio “Smells Funny” (+CD)
Monk, Thelonious “Criss-Cross” (Reissue)
Nagel, Frieder “Distract Robots”
Neighb’rhood Childr’n “Neighb’rhood Childr’n” (Color Vinyl Reissue)
NRBQ “Workshop” (Color Vinyl Reissue)
NRBQ “Scraps” (Color Vinyl Reissue)
Oldfield, Mike “The Songs Of Distant Earth”
P.O.S. “Never Better” (10 Year Ann. Ed.)
Profanatica “Altar Of The Virgin Whore” (blue/white/black splatter)
Rollins, Sonny “The Bridge” (Reissue)
Romperayo “Que Jue”
Rush “Roll The Bones” (Remastered 200 Gram)
Rush “Presto” (Remastered 200 Gram)
Secede “Tryshasla” (Tri-Color)
Secret Machines “Ten Silver Drops” (Run Out Groove Ltd. Ed.)
Shakespeare, Finlay “Domestic Economy”
Sheila & The Majeks “Green Leaves”
Single Lash “Providence” (+ D/L)
Skin Crime / Wilt “The Horror Of Fang Rock”
Springsteen, Bruce “Springsteen On Broadway” (Complete Live Performance + D/L)
Suicidal Tendencies “Controlled By Hatred / Feel Like Shit… / Deja-Vu” (180 Gram)
Ultramagnetic MC’s “Critical Beatdown” (Reissue)
Various “Two Tribes – An Intercontinental Journey In Rhythm”
Various “Marvellous Boy: Calypso From West Africa”
Various “Trainspotting” (20th Ann. Ltd. Ed. Soundtrack)
Various “Waiting: The Van Duren Story” (Original Documentary Soundtrack)
Various “The Big Lebowski” (Soundtrack)
Various “Midday Moon: Ambient And Experimental Music From Australia And New Zealand 1980-1995”
Various “Kankyo Ongaku: Japanese Ambient, Environmental & New Age Music 1980-1990” (3LP Set)
Vynehall, Leon “DJ-Kicks”
Xosar “The Possessor Possesses Nothing”
Young, Christopher “Hellbound: Hellraiser II”


Collins, Nico & The Soul Chance “Give Love A Try”
Diamond Street Players “Million Miles / Murky Retrograde”
Finnigan, Kelly “I Don’t Wanna Wait”
Sorry Girls “Easier”


Blake, James “Assume Form”
Bonehunter “Sexual Panic Human Machine”
Boy Harsher “Careful”
Callas, The / Lee Ranaldo “Trouble And Desire”
Cherry Glazerr “Stuffed & Ready”
Deceased “Ghostly White”
Eleh “Home Age”
Girlpool “What Chaos Is Imaginary”
Guiot, Dominique “L’Univers De La Mer” (Reissue)
Le Butcherettes “Bi/Mental”
Limbs Bin “Compassion & Vision”
Massacre “From Beyond” (Full Dynamic Range Reissue)
McPhee, Joe / John Butcher “At The Hill Of James Magee”
Mountain “Nantucket Sleighride”
Nekrofilth “Worm Ritual”
Osbourne, Ozzy “Live At Budokan”
Profanatica “Altar Of The Virgin Whore”
Various “Two Tribes – An Interncontinental Journey In Rhythm”
Various “Kankyo Ongaku: Japanese Ambient, Environmental & New Age Music 1980-1990” (Book/CD Set)
White, Ryan Patrick “Dying In Deep River”


Cherry Glazerr “Stuffed & Ready” (SC362)
Grivo “Elude” (HD049)
Kero Kero Bonito “Time ‘N’ Place” (PRC-377)
Lewis, Herschel “Two Thousand Maniacs” (Soundtrack, T.V. 015)
Single Lash “Providence” (HD048)



(Lockin’ Out)
Even with the 2010s almost over, young New York hardcore band Krimewatch sound like they’re straight out of the 1980s. Clocking in at twelve minutes, this record destroys with its metallic punk aggression that’s driven by distorted guitar, sludgy bass, D-beat drums and shouted vocals. Frontwoman Rhylli Ogiura (who sometimes sings in her native Japanese) cites hip-hop artists such as Missy Elliot, Mobb Deep, Nas, Lil Kim and more as her influences: despite being a rock vocalist rather than a rapper, Ogiura values them for the sense of empowerment and the urban rhythm that hip-hop encompasses. Indeed, the band’s fury and urgency is unmistakable as they pound out these quick-and-to-the-point jams.
[Reviewer: Mark]

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