28th Of June 2019 Update

28th Of June 2019 Update of New and Key Restocked Items + Review
at Redscroll Records

LPs & 12″s

Aima “Tragos”
Armon-Jones, Joe “Icy Roads [Stacked]” 10″
Belfi, Andrea “Strata”
Blind Guardian “Live”
Blind Guardian “Tokyo Tales”
Blind Guardian “The Forgotten Tales” (Grey/700)
Born Of Osiris “The Simulation” (White)
B-Squadron “Sons Of Tigers”
Cave, Nick & Warren Ellis “The Assassination Of Jesse James By The Coward Robert Ford”
Chaos In The CBD “Hydrate”
Cold Showers “Love & Regret”
Coltrane, John “Ole Coltrane: The Complete Session”
Dibango, Manu “African Voodoo” (Reissue)
Dire Wolves “Grow Towards The Light” (+D/L)
Distance, Light & Sky “Gold Coast” (+ D/L)
Doombringer “Walpurgis Fires”
Drums, The “Brutalism” (White)
Fat White Family “Serfs Up!”
French Vanilla “How Am I Not Myself?”
Fukutomi, Yukihiro “Feel My Love Vibes”
Ghostmane “N/OII/S/E”
Gou, Peggy “DJ-Kicks” (K7382)
Haino, Keiji & Charles Hayward “A Loss Permitted To Open Its Eyes For But Three Hours And There Glimpsed, Finally In Focus A Mystery That Begs Earnestly, Ask Me Nothing Now, Once More The Problem Is Yours Alone” (Live At The Copeland Gallery)
Harmonious Thelonious “Unidentified Ensemble Plays… Harmonious Thelonious”
Ibrahim, Abdullah (Dollar Brand) “The Balance”
Imaginary Softwoods “Gold Fiction Loop Garden”
Johnnyswim “Moonlight”
Kapitan “Alaska”
Kehlani “While We Wait”
LaVey, Anton Szandor “Satan Takes A Holiday”
Locks, Damon Black Monument Ensemble “Where Future Unfolds”
Los Revolucionarios “Los Revolucionarios” (Reissue)
Mega Bog “Dolphine”
Morcheeba “Blaze Away”
Motorhead “Hammered”
Motorhead “Inferno”
Motorhead “Kiss Of Death”
Motorhead “Motorizer”
Motorhead “Better Motorhead Than Dead – Live At Hammersmith”
Muslimgauze “Babylon Is Iraq”
Outer Spaces “Gazing Globe”
Parliament “Chocolate City”
Prana Crafter “Bodhi Cheetah’s Choice” (+D/L)
Preservation Hall Jazz Band “That’s It!”
Preservation Hall Jazz Band “So It Is”
Psychemagik “Rattlesnake”
Rhye “Spirit” (Pink)
Riverend Bizarre “Harbinger Of Metal”
Sales De Bano “Geometria Del Vinculo”
Shangri-Las, The “Leader Of The Pack” (Pink)
Sioux, Mariee “Grief In Exile”
Steep Leans “Naukeag”
Suicide “Dream Baby Dream” (Orange)
Summer Cannibals “Can’t Tell Me No” (Ltd. Ed. Color + D/L)
Tallest Man On Earth “I Love You. It’s A Fever Dream”
Tamikrest “Adagh”
Tear Garden, The “Tired Eyes Slowly Burning”
Various “Cambodian Nuggets”
Wake, The “Masked”
Waut, Elisa “Elisa Waut”
Wu-Tang Clan “Disciples Of The 36 Chambers: Chapter One”


Badbadnotgood “Tried”
Family Daptone “Hey Brother (Do Unto Others)” (Available in Clear & Black Vinyl)
Incinerated / Intensive Care “Incinerated / Intensive Care”
Stevens, Sufjan “Love Yourself”
Suss “Chisolm Trail”


Ares Kingdom “Incendiary”
Ares Kingdom “By The Light Of Their Destruction”
Ares Kingdom “Veneration”
Black Keys “Let’s Rock”
Blind Guardian “The Forgotten Tales”
Blind Guardian “Tokyo Tales”
Coil “The Gay Man’s Guide To Safer Sex +2”
Daughter Of Swords “Dawnbreaker”
Davis, Miles “The Complete Birth Of The Cool”
Dire Wolves “Grow Towards The Light”
Fat White Family “Serf’s Up!”
Gou, Peggy “Peggy Gou”
Heilung “Futha”
Helix “Old School”
Locks, Damon Black Monument Ensemble “Where Future Unfolds”
Mega Bog “Dolphine”
Origin “Abiogenesis – A Coming Into Existence”
Periphery “IV: Hail Stan”
Power Trip “Opening Fire 2008-2014”
Tallest Man On Earth “I Love You. It’s A Fever Dream”
Victims “The Horse And Sparrow Theory”
Zorn, John “Nove Cantiei Per Francesco D’Assisi”



Mort Garson Mother Earth’s Plantasia [Reissue]
(Sacred Bones)
Mort Garson (1924-2008) was a prolific pop, easy listening and electronic composer and arranger of the 1960s and ‘70s, helping helm hits for artists like Doris Day and Glen Campbell as well as scoring various films and television shows. In the late ‘60s he became fascinated with the then-new Moog synthesizer, utilizing it for numerous pieces including this curious album first issued in 1976 (and now officially reissued for the first time.) Originally available only to those who purchased a houseplant at a Los Angeles store called Mother Earth (or anyone who bought a Simmons mattress at Sears), Plantasia consists of ten space-y, pleasant-sounding tunes designed for plants to listen to. Inspired by living amongst his earth-loving wife’s massive plant collection, Garson’s colorful ambient compositions have a fascinating retro charm to them. These include the urban-flavored “Baby’s Tears Blues”, the bubbly “Swingin’ Spathiphyllums” and the eerie closer “Music to Soothe the Savage Snake Plant”.
[Reviewer: Mark]

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