8th Of March 2019 Update

8th Of March 2019 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Review
at Redscroll Records

LPs & 12″s

A Tribe Called Quest “Midnight Marauders”
Amanita “Sol Y Sombra” (Reissue + D/L)
Antena “Camino Del Sol (Joakim & Todd Terje Remix)”
Anti-Nowhere League “We Are… The League… Un-Cut” (Green Vinyl)
Ashby, Dorothy “Dorothy Ashby”
Ashley, Sam & Werner Durand “I’d Rather Be Lucky Than Good / Love Among The Immortals”
Basinski, William “On Time Out Of Time”
Berg, Hans “Sounds Of The Forest Forgotten” (+D/L)
Bibi Den’s Tshibayi & The Best “Sensible” (Reissue + D/L)
Blu & Oh No “A Long Red Hot Los Angeles Summer Night” (Ltd. Ed. Red Vinyl)
Brainiac (3ra1n1ac) “Electro-Shock For President” (+D/L, Colored Vinyl)
Branko “Nosso”
Bus “Never Decide”
Children Of Bodom “Hexed” (Purple Vinyl /1000)
Coathangers, The “The Devil You Know” ([Kelly Green] Bittersweet Vinyl /2000 + D/L)
Code Walk “Distance”
Coltrane, John “My Favorite Things”
Cooke, Sam “The Singles Collection” (2LP Ltd. Ed.)
Dark Blue “Victory Is Rated”
Davis, Miles “In A Silent Way” (180 Gram)
Deaf Center / Svarte Greiner “Owl Splinters / Twin” (2019 Edition + D/L)
Deodato, Eumir “Os Catedraticos 73”
Ditto, Charles “In Human Terms”
Dolphin Midwives “Liminal Garden”
Donnelly, Stella “Beware Of The Dogs” (Ltd. Ed. Opaque Green)
Double Mixte “Romance Noire”
Dr. Dundiff “The Distance”
Drake, Nick “Pink Moon”
Eighteen Visions “Until The Ink Runs Out” (Clear/Splatter /1000)
Foals “Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost (Part 1)”
Giles, Giles & Fripp “The Cheerful Insanity Of Giles, Giles & Fripp”
Glass, Philip “Music In Twelve Parts (Concert A Paris 1975)” (2LP)
Greta Van Fleet “Black Smoke Rising”
Hanzo, Shiken “The Centipede / OathKeeper / Menpo / Oni”
Havoc X The Alchemist “The Partner” (Gold)
Helado Negro “This Is How You Smile” (+D/L)
Hirs Collective, The / Jenna & The Pups “The Hirs Collective & Jenna Pup Split Long Play Record”
Holliday, Billie “Lady Sings The Blues”
J Dilla “Welcome 2 Detroit” (Smoked Out Edition)
JAB “Erg Herbe”
James, Rick “Street Songs” (180 Gram Reissue)
Jorge, Robson “Robson Jorge”
Joy Division “Live At The Paradiso Club, Amsterdam, January 11, 1980”
Kaytranada “Nothin Like U / Chances / It Was Meant 2 B”
Khalid “American Teen” (+D/L)
Kirkis “Kirkis 2”
Kokoroko “Kokoroko”
KRS-One “Return Of The Boom Bap” (Ltd. Ed. Anniversary Reissue, Gold Vinyl 2LP + 7″)
Light Conductor “Sequence One” (180 Gram + Poster + D/L)
Linea Aspera “Linea Aspera” (Repressed!)
Malihini “Hopefully, Again” (Ltd. Ed. Orange)
Millennium, The “Begin” (1968 LP Replica Reissue White Vinyl)
Moonchild “Please Rewind” (+D/L)
Mux Mool “Skulltaste”
New Order “Power, Corruption & Lies” (Reissue)
Normal Brain “Lady Maid”
Old Time Relijun “See Now And Know”
Oram, Daphne “Oramics” (2019 Edition, 4LP Set)
Petty, Tom “Full Moon Fever” (Reissue)
Poison “Open Up And Say… Ahh!” (Reissue With Original Uncensored Cover Art)
Potty Mouth “SNAFU” (Ltd. Ed. Indie Exclusive with Bonus 7″ and Standard Versions available)
Price, Sean & Small Professor “86 Witness” (Magenta)
Primus “Sailing The Seas Of Cheese” (Reissue)
Promise Ring, The “Horse Latitudes” (Clear Vinyl)
Queen “Queen II” (Reissue)
Queen “Sheer Heart Attack” (Reissue)
Ras_G & The Afrikan Space Program “Dance Of The Cosmos”
Red Hot Chili Peppers “Californication”
Rob “Rob (Funky Rob Way)” (Mr. Bongo Reissue)
Sasami “Sasami” (+D/L)
Shady Bug “Lemon Lime”
Siouxsie And The Banshees “Juju” (Reissue)
Slayer “Seasons In The Abyss”
Slowdive “Souvlaki” (180 Gram Reissue)
Smashing Pumpkins “Gish” (Reissue)
Smif N Wessun “The All” (Produced By 9th Wonder & The Soul Council)
Smiths, The “The Queen Is Dead” (Reissue)
Smoke DZA X Pete Rock “Don’t Smoke Rock” (Turquoise)
Somerville, Maria “All My People”
Soundgarden “Superunknown”
Star Band De Dakar “Star Band De Dakar” (+D/L)
Swervedriver “Future Ruins”
Thor “Metal Avenger” (Ltd. Ed. Blood Red Vinyl)
Thorne, Daniel “Lines Of Sight”
Tiger & Woods “A.O.D.”
Toma, Andi “Damn Luei Lit” 10″
Tool “Lateralus” (2LP Picture Disc)
Tredici Bacci “La Fine Del Futuro” (+D/L)
U2 “Achtung Baby”
V “So Pure”
Various “Escape From Synth City” (Numero 101)
Various “Gang$ter Mu$ic Vol. 1.”
Various “AOR Global Sounds Vol. 4 – 1977-1986” (2LP)
Various “Spiritual Jazz Vol. 9 – Blue Notes: Part Two”
Various “Spiritual Jazz Vol. 9 – Blue Notes: Part One”
Vil “Episode 2”
Waterhouse, Nick “Nick Waterhouse”
X “Los Angeles” (Reissue)
Young, Neil “Dead Man: A Film By Jim Jarmusch” (Soundtrack)


Colossians, The “Eterno (Alejandra / Let’s Talk About Love / Hey Babe)”
Empath “Environments”
Mike & The Censations “Don’t Mess With Me / There Is Nothing I Can Do About It”
P. Allen “Fisherman”
Zopelar / The Nephrok Allstars “Hold You (Like The Music) / Ride It (New Directions In Funk Vol. 2)” (Purple)


Ashley, Sam & Werner Durand “I’d Rather Be Lucky Than Good / Love Among The Immortals”
Basinski, William “On Time Out Of Time”
Blue & Oh No “A Long Red Hot Los Angeles Summer Night”
Children Of Bodom “Hexed”
Cleric “Chokhma”
Coathangers, The “The Devil You Know”
Czarface / Ghostface Killah “Czarface Meets Ghostface” (SIL 007-CA)
Da Buze Bruvaz “Drinkin’ Beer Wit’ Prostitutez”
Donnelly, Stella “Beware Of The Dogs”
Foals “Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost (Part 1)”
Hirs Collective, The “Friends, Lovers, Favorites”
Laubrock, Ingrid “Contemporary Chaos Practices”
Master “God Of Thunder”
Misery Index “Rituals Of Power”
Oathbreaker “Maelstrom”
Pinegrove “Skylight”
Rob “Rob (Funky Rob Way)” (Mr. Bongo Reissue)
Shipp, Matthew Trio & Nicole Mitchell “All Things Are”
Thorne, Daniel “Lines Of Sight”
Tredici Bacci “La Fine Del Futuro”
Twin Temple “Twin Temple… Bring You Their Signature Sound… Satanic Doo-Wop”
Various “Spiritual Jazz 9 * Blue Notes: Parts I & II” (2CD)
Waterhouse, Nick “Nick Waterhouse”
Weezer “Weezer (Teal Album)”
X “Los Angeles” (Reissue)
Young, Neil “Dead Man” (Soundtrack)


Donnelly, Stella “Beware Of The Dogs” (SC372)
Pinegrove “Skylight” (PG1111)
Sheer Mag “First Three E.P.s” (GBR-076)
Worriers “Survival Pop” (GBR-071)


Wire #422 Magazine (+CD)



Los Angeles [Reissue]
(Fat Possum)
Formed in Los Angeles in 1977 and together again after a late-90s hiatus (they’re touring the U.S. this summer), X remain one of the most acclaimed first-wave punk bands thanks in part to this debut album from 1980. Los Angeles is an energetic mixture of punk and classic rockabilly / rock ‘n roll that sounds fun musically while painting a dark, gritty picture of the city (the title track, for example, is all about wanting to leave.) It’s also worth noting that iconic Doors keyboardist Ray Manzarek did double duty: he not only produced the record but played on a number of tracks, including the delightfully unsettling “Nausea.”
[Reviewer: Mark]

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