Duke - So In Love With You (Full Intention 12 Inch Mix) [HQ] [NEW]
Bringing together 17 brand new recordings from series 2 and 3 of the global phenomenon all originally composed by Joff Bush. Widely lauded by parents and press alike for its heartfelt and funny portrayal of family life and celebration of play, Bluey follows a 6-year-old Blue Heeler dog, who loves to play and turns everyday family life into extraordinary adventures that unfold in unpredictable and hilarious ways, bringing her family including younger sister Bingo and parents Bandit and Chilli as well as friends and community into her world of fun and discovery. Bluey is an Emmy and BAFTA Award winning sensation that has won over families worldwide and is now broadcasting on multiple platforms around the world including ABC, Disney Jr, Disney+ and CBeebies. Bluey The Album reached number 1 in the Australian ARIA chart and the Billboards US Kid Albums respectively. The new album Dance Mode features music from the show, with its upbeat EDM inspired title track Dance Mode, through to The BeeeeeOOP Walk, Rain (Boldy In The Pretend) and Cat Squad.
Duke - So In Love With You (Full Intention 12 Inch Mix) [HQ]
But then we found the tape. A quarter inch reel in a plain white cardboard box, hiding on a shelf in the attic. My Dad explained how it came to exist: He found some friends (acquaintances really) who had a band and some equipment. They setup in my grandparents living room where the upright piano was, and he invited Fred over to record some of his songs with the band backing him up. Invited him over, to play loud music, in his bosss living room. Sounds like something I would have done. The idea was that maybe if there were some recordings of Fred that he could use them to get booked on the nascent college blues-revival circuit, but it wasnt to be.
What do you get when you team the weirdest actor in Hollywood (one Crispin Hellion Glover) with two of the weirdest guys in pop music (Barnes & Barnes of "Fish Heads" fame)?Something, well, WEIRD! Like, really freaking strange. Fans of The Residents and King Missile might find something to groove to here, but really this provides a voyeuristic dive into the deep, dark waters of one of the true characters of modern times (Johnny Depp or Keanu Reeves rock and roll crossover this ain't). Glover reads from his books of poetry ("Auto Manipulator" is about exactly what it sounds like it's about) over B&B's demented musical excursions. The result is a true cult classic, whose brief 1989 vinyl release remains impossibly scarce and impossibly pricey. Thus this first vinyl reissue (with three tracks never before on vinyl), in light blue with crimson "clowny clown clown" splatter vinyl limited to 2000 copies for Record Store Day! 12" x 18" poster and CD booklet featuring Glover's deeply disturbed comic book scribblings, too! (Don't bother calling the home phone number Crispin put on the back cover, it's disconnected).
After seeing the movie Call Me by Your Name for the second time, I left the theater and I was walking home to my apartment in Brooklyn, and I just started thinking about the images of water and the romantic feeling in that movie. I was just filled with this intense jealousy and desire be in love and feel that way. Then I wrote the lyrics to To Love a Boy as a poem, and I sent them to Jesse Harris, and he wrote that melody, and I loved it. Its about this dream reality where you could love somebody in an all-consuming way, where it feels like when youre swimming in the ocean on a hot summer day."
Heroins Discography is both a Dear John letter to the outside world and a love letter to the underground punk/hardcore community. This collection of recordings from the 90s contains all the bands out-of-print 7s, 12s, and compilation tracks, as well as unreleased songs and the session the band recorded at the infamous Inner Ear Studios in Washington DC. This double LP in a gatefold tip on jacket is beautifully packaged and includes a special zine with tons of photos and liner notes by Sonny Kay. Side A (1)1. Meaning Less2. A Portion3. The Obvious4. We Can Never Know5. In General6. Moving Parts7. Another
2005's Mechanical Hand fine-tunes Horse the Band's entire operation. Erik Engstrom's keyboard still guides these songs, and often recalls the mechanistic, gawky robot feel of '80s video game music. But Engstrom and Horse the Band recall the 1980s in general, too. "Manateen" is incredible. It starts out by ripping off the same tubular Duran Duran groove that's responsible for the Killers, but shifts garishly into an angular post-hardcore screech, like a noisier version of what Fugazi were doing at decade's end. Horse aren't finished. "Manateen" goes on to crash soft synth melodies into righteous hardcore, and despite these jarring parts and sounds, Mechanical Hand never sounds as fragmented as R. Borlax. The experiments continue. Arrows whiz by, men scream, and drawn swords rattle over the rolling snare of "Heroes Die"'s intro; it soon becomes a monolithic metal trudge. Shades of Iron Maiden, Brainiac, White Zombie, Converge, Dig Dug, and Mario Cart bare their teeth on "House of God" and "Octopus on Fire"; the keyboard stabs away, the guitars ring with something approaching anthemic or at least thickheaded glory, and Nathan Winneke's vocals go from yowl to growl to snark in the twist of an elbow1. Birdo 2. A Million Exploding Suns 3. Manateen 4. The House of Boo 5.Heroes Die 6. Softer Sounds 7. Octopus on Fire 8. Soaring Quails 9. Taken by Vultures 10. A Rusty Glove 11. Sand 12. Lord Gold Throneroom 13. The Black Hole
The definitive reissue of HAIR composer Galt MacDermots masterpiece a quirky instrumental album originally created as the soundtrack to a film about fashion designer Yves St. Laurent. Long loved by hip hop samplers (one of the first to use it was the legendary J Dilla), funk and rare groove aficionados and those into the shapes of rhythm. Woman Is Sweeter is one of the few to feature drummers Bernard Purdie and Idris Muhammad on the same album. Presented for RSD 2023 in the first ever reissue from master tapes, lacquered in an all-analog transfer by Bernie Grundman with an extensive booklet written by Now-Agains Eothen Alapatt, who worked with Galt MacDermot since the 1990s, about the composers life in music.A Side 1. Tango2. Fragments 13. Fragments 1B4. Fragments II5. Bass6. Cathedral7. Woman Is Sweeter
The Magnetic Fields 2004 Nonesuch debut was the long-awaited follow-up to the beloved 69 Love Songs. i found singer-songwriter Stephin Merritt in full possession of his acerbic wit, and the album features lyrics ripe with melancholy and bittersweet imagery. At the time of release, the Guardian wrote, Merritt is an incomparable lyricist capable of balancing arch wit with painfully acute observation. The most exciting dissector of modern love around. To date, Merritt has written and recorded twelve Magnetic Fields albums, including the critically acclaimed 2017 Nonesuch box set, 50 Song Memoir, and, most recently, 2020s Quickies.
The albums eye-catching artwork features the sharp-dressed band crucified on flower-covered crosses, with a cryptic and self-aggrandizing manifesto describing them as new prophets of love and truth. Be that as it may, their prophecy was short-lived, though it may have foretold the chaotic, rudimentary sounds to come in punk, and even, the grunge era.
The final result is a sensual and suave sound that matches well with the quintessential morbid style of Giallo cinema and the films plot: During winter-time in Milan, a young lawyer (Philippe Leroy) meets a girl with a mysterious past (Paola Pitagora), falling in love with her and inevitably heading towards irreparable consequences. Pressed on yellow vinyl for Record Store Day 2023.
FAST FWD: TO VINYL is the first physical release from NOISY (a trio from Worthing, UK) & will be available in 12-inch Crystal Clear vinyl. This EP features RUDEBOY, ALLIGATOR, the exclusive ALL OF U and a yet-to-be-announced new club anthem-to-be. The trio have won fans with a sound that combines the stadium sized electronica of acts like Chemical Brothers and the Prodigy, with the living for the weekend lyrics of the honeyed rap of Brockhampton, Happy Mondays and The Streets.
Rockabye Baby! transforms timeless rock songs into beautiful instrumental lullabies. Guitars and drums are traded for soothing mellotrons, vibraphones and bells, and the volume is turned down from an eleven to a two. Rockabye Baby! is the perfect way to share the music you love with the littlest rocker in your life. Have bedtime tantrums driven you stone cold crazy? Another sleepless night bites the dust with a spin of these blanket-soft versions of Queens operatic rock anthems. The familiar melodies of your favorite songs will rock you (and your little one) to a peaceful nights slumber. On purple vinyl at record stores for Record Store Day.Side A
Produced by Hernan Don Camel Sforzini, the collection of songs on Sly & Robbie vs. Roots Radics: The Dub Battle, is a perfect pairing of might and creativity. These recordings can only be described as a Dub Clash, or as Roger Stefans calls it in the liner notes: Dub Dubstock. Taking the concept of pairing some of the greatest roots artists with some of the genres most beloved Dub artists adds a new dimension to the legacy of everyone involved, and serves as an epitaph to the careers of Toots Hibbert, Lee Scratch Perry, and Bunny Striker Lee. These recently departed legendary dub artists join in the enduring sounds of unreleased 70s productions from Osbourne Ruddock aka King Tubby who contributes to the project more than 30 years after his untimely demise.Released on vinyl for the first time. 1. Dub Morning (Scientist Dub) Sly & Robbie, Scientist feat. Mykal Rose 2. Dubterior Motives (King Jammy Dub) Roots Radics, King Jammy feat. Brinsley Forde 3. Dub My Mind (Bunny "Striker" Lee Dub) Sly & Robbie, Bunny Lee feat. The Mighty Diamonds 4. Dub Glory (Mad Professor Dub) Roots Radics, Mad Professor feat. Freddie McGregor 5. Mind Your Dub (Don Camel Dub) Sly & Robbie, Don Camel feat. Horace Andy 6. Gwan Dub Up Yuh Mouth (Mad Professor Dub) Roots Radics, Mad Professor feat. Pablo Moses 7. Full Dub, Plant a Tree (Don Camel Dub) Sly & Robbie, Don Camel feat. Lee "Scratch" Perry, Addis Pablo 8. The Gates of Dub (Lee "Scratch" Perry Dub) Roots Radics, Lee "Scratch" Perry feat. Max Romeo 9. Argentina Dub (Dennis Bovell Dub) Sly & Robbie, Dennis Bovell feat. Ken Boothe 10. Dub Must Get Better (Don Camel Dub) Roots Radics, Don Camel feat. The Congos 11. Make a Dub (Scientist Dub) Sly & Robbie, Scientist feat. Luciano 12. Dub to You (King Jammy Dub) Roots Radics, King Jammy feat. Toots & the Maytals 13. Dub It to the Max (King Tubby Dub) Sly & Robbie, King Tubby 14. Radical Dub Mix (King Tubby Dub) Roots Radics feat. King Tubby 15. (bonus track/vinyl only) Sunshine Girl - Sly and Robbie feat Big Youth 16. (bonus track/vinyl only) Coming of Jah Jah - Roots Radics feat U-Roy 041b061a72