14th Of June Of 2019 Update

14th Of June Of 2019 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Review
at Redscroll Records

LPs & 12″s

1349 “Dodskamp” (45RPM /500) 10″
Abdelwahed, Deena “Khonnar Remixes”
Adams, Mike At His Honest Weight “There Is No Feeling Better” (Black Vinyl)
Allred, David “The Cell”
Amorphis “Queen Of Time” (Red Marble)
Anatolian Weapons Feat. Seiros Savvaidis “To The Mother Of Gods”
Aquabats!, The “Super Show! Television Soundtrack: Volume One”
August, David “David August X Ron Trent X Rafael Anton Irisarri”
Bad Religion “Age Of Unreason” (Ltd. Ed. Clear/Black)
Badalamenti, Angelo / David Lynch “Twin Peaks: Season Two Music And More” (Soundtrack)
Baroness “Gold & Grey” (Transparent Red & Blue Indie Edition & Standard Black Available)
Bastille “Doom Days” (Indie Exclusive Red/Black Splatter)
Biosphere “The Senja Recordings”
Black Mountain Transmitter “Black Goat Of The Woods” (Ltd. Ed. Coloured Vinyl)
Blake, James “Assume Form” (180 Gram 2LP)
Boswell, Simon “Demoni 2” (Soundtrack)
Burial “Claustro / State Forest”
Buzzcocks “A Different Kind Of Tension” (Yellow Vinyl Deluxe Ed. + D/L)
Calexico / Iron & Wine “Years To Burn” (+D/L)
Callahan, Bill “Shepherd In A Sheepskin Vest”
Ciani, Suzzane “Flowers Of Evil: Music For The Buchla Synthesizer And Voice Based ON The Poem ‘Elevation’ By Charles Baudelaire”
Consummation “The Great Solar Hunter”
Crumb “Jinx” (Yellow Vinyl)
Current 93 “Invocations Of Almost”
Dangerous Summer, The “Mother Nature” (White Vinyl +D/L)
Darkthrone “Old Star” (180 Gram)
Desaever, Dirk “Collected 1984-1989 (Extended Play)”
Deviants, The “#3” (Black & White Vinyl /1000)
Diamond D “The Diam Piece 2”
Domenique Dumont “Comme Ca”
Domenique Dumont “Miniatures De Auto Rhythm”
Drowse “Light Mirror”
Duster “Stratosphere” (Cream Vinyl)
Duster “Contemporary Movement” (Orange Vinyl)
Fauna “Avifauna” (2LP 180 Gram)
Fetid “Steeping Corporeal Mess”
Fuming Mouth “The Grand Descent” (Deluxe Colored Vinyl Gatefold Ed.)
Grateful Dead “Aoxomoxoa” (50th Ann. Collector’s Edition Picture Disc)
Griot Galaxy “Kins” (1982 Album Reissue)
Impiety “Dominator”
Incantation “Upon The Throne Of Apocalypse”
Iwata, Yuzo “Daylight Moon”
Joy Division “Unknown Pleasures” (Ruby Red 180 Gram 40th Ann. Ltd. Ed.)
Khalid “Free Spirit” (Poster + D/L)
Konx-Om-Pax “Ways Of Seeing”
Krog, Tim / Synthe-Sound-Trax “The Boogey Man” (Soundtrack)
LTD (Louder Than Death) “Stop Und Fuck Dich!” (+D/L)(Featuring King Khan, Sean Spits, Aggy And Looch…)
Lussuria “Three Knocks”
Madonna “MadameX”
Mattson 2 “Paradise” (Sunburst Vinyl + D/L)
Merry Airbrakes “Merry Airbrakes” (Ltd. Numbered)
Mission, The “Carved In Sand” (Red 180 Gram)
Mndsgn “Snaxx” (Pink Vinyl)
Modern Lovers, The “The Modern Lovers” (Silver Vinyl 180 Gram)
Mono “Hymn To The Immortal Wind” (Anniversary Edition, Metallic Ocean Blue & Green + D/L)
Nomi, Klaus “Klaus Nomi” (Black & White Vinyl /1000)
Nots “3”
Nun “The Dome”
Obliteration “Cenotaph Obscure”
Offset “Father Of 4”
Om “Live” (Outer Battery Records)
Orphx & JK Flesh “Light Bringer”
Parker, Terrence “God Loves Detroit Remixes”
Pelican “Nighttime Stories” (Gold and Black Vinyl Variants Available)
Pelican “Forever Becoming” (Gold And Black Vinyl Variants Available)
Pinky Pinky “Turkey Dinner”
Psychedelic Porn Crumpets “And Now For The Whatchamacallit” (3-Colour Splatter + D/L)
R.E.M. “The Best Of R.E.M. In Time 1988-2003” (2LP 180 Gram)
Rakei, Jordan “Origin” (180 Gram Clear + D/L)
Red Axes “Trips #2 Red Axes Riu Do”
Renaldo & The Loaf “Songs For Swinging Larvae / Songs From The Surgery”
Robinson, Chris Brotherhood “Servants Of The Sun”
Sadgirl “Water” (Blue /1200 +D/L)
Shapiro, Julia “Perfect Version” (Ltd. Color Version)
Sharrock, Sonny “Ask The Ages”
Shellac “The End Of Radio: 14 July 1994 Peel Session”
Sisso “Mateso”
Slackers, The “Peculiar (More Peculiar)” (Ltd. Ed. +7″, Colored Vinyl)
Sonic Youth “Battery Park, NYC July 4th 2008” (Ltd. Ed.)
Suicidal Tendencies “Suicidal Tendencies” (Special Coloured Vinyl)
Survival “Simmer Down” (Ltd. Ed.)
Tapscott, Horace Conducting The Pan-Afrikan Peoples Arkestra “The Call”
Traxmen “Basement Traxx Vol. 1”
Tyranny, “Blue” Gene “Out Of The Blue” (+D/L)
Tyranny, “Blue” Gene & Peter Gordon “Trust In Rock” (3LP + D/L)
Various “Under The Influence: Volume Seven – A Collection Of Rare Soul & Disco Compiled By Winston”
Venom “In Nomine Satanas – The Neat Anthology” (Remastered 2LP Splatter Vinyl)
Witch “Salem’s Rise”
Yeasayer “Erotic Reruns”


Kool Keith “Blast”
Long Hots “Nick & Dime / Give & Take”
Mountain Man “Sings John Denver”
Nance, David Group “Meanwhile / Credit Line”
Pelican “Midnight And Mescaline”
Pow! “Third Man Live: Switchboard Scientist / Connecting”


Allred, David “The Cell”
Badalamenti, Angelo / David Lynch “Twin Peaks: Season Two Music And More”
Baroness “Gold & Grey”
Bikini Kill “Reject All American”
Bikini Kill “Pussy Whipped”
Brandlmayr, Martin “Vive Les Fantomes”
Callahan, Bill “Shepherd In A Sheepskin Vest”
Coil “Porto: Live At Casa Da Musica Festival (Porto, Portugal 21 June, 2003)”
Consummation “The Great Solar Hunter”
Crumb “Jinx”
Enterprise Earth “Luciferous”
Fetid “Steeping Corporeal Mess”
Konx-Om-Pax “Ways Of Seeing”
Krypts “Cadaver Circulation”
Lord Sutch “Lord Sutch & Heavy Friends”
Mndsgn “Snaxx”
Mono “Hymn To The Immortal Wind” (Anniversary Edition)
Oliveros, Pauline “Accordion & Voice”
Pelican “Nighttime Stories”
Rakei, Jordan “Origin”
Rammstein “Rammstein”
Shellac “The End Of Radio: 14 July 1994 Peel Session”
Styles P “Dimebag”
Tempest, Kate “The Book Of Traps And Lessons”
Tyranny, “Blue” Gene “Out Of The Blue”
Tyranny, “Blue” Gene & Peter Gordon “Trust In Rock”


Callahan, Bill “Shepherd In A Sheepskin Vest” (DC747C)



Full Upon Her Burning Lips
(Sargent House)
It’s been thirty years since this iconic drone metal band (titled after Black Sabbath’s original name) first formed in Olympia, Washington; after a late-90s-to-early-2000s hiatus as well as more than a dozen different members, they now solely consist of founder/guitarist Dylan Carlson and post-hiatus drummer Adrienne Davies. Somehow the pair manage to create a massive, wipe-open sound spanning psychedelic and post-rock (more accessible than their earlier style of bracing drone/doom): Carlson’s extremely proficient riffs are well-complemented by Davies’ eloquent drumming. “Cats On The Briar” is a highlight, creating an atmospheric desert-scape that culminates in a radiant, uplifting riff that’s instantly memorable.
[Reviewer: Mark]

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