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Bad Times
Streets Of Iron

Bad Times were one of Jay Reatard’s early groups, and their only record stands as a self-titled debut LP that dropped in 2001. A 2002 reissue combined that album with the band’s only live show - an opening slot for Guitar Wolf - but this repress from Goner restores t...view item »

Jay Reatard
Watch Me Fall

Time for a new long-player of mini gems from indie garage rock savant Jay Reatard which he's christened Watch Me Fall. He's got a perculiarly British sound to what he does, bringing to mind all sorts of bands at various points from the early beat groups (particularly in his odd high-pitched vocals which are also a little Devo-ish) to The Buzzcocks ...view item »

Jay Reatard
Blood Visions (10th Anniversary Reissue)

The late Jay Reatard was something of an indie favourite for a moment there, and RSD celebrates that moment with a reissue of 'Blood Visions', his lightning fast garage punk missive. The songs are simple and the hooks plentiful, and they're delivered in Jay's distinctive style, a curiously sentimental take on the no-fucks-given attitude. ...view item »

Jay Reatard
Matador Singles '08

This is a collection of singles from garage rock hero "Jay Reatard" whose other releases include the incredible "Blood Visions" and "Watch Me Fall". The 13 tracks that make up this album are mainly singles released by Reatard on the "Matador" label. The album kicks of with "See/Saw" a three minute blast of emotion. Other highlights for m...view item »

Jay Reatard
Always Wanting More

Jay Reatard I've not had the pleasure of before. His new 7" on Matador is called 'Always Wanting More' and reminds me of some long forgotten British punk band like The Lurkers or summat crossed with early Sebadoh after too many coffees. Phil says it sounds like summat off Shifty Disco records. Just great lo-fi punk pop really. The second track...view item »

Jay Reatard
Blood Visions

“Blood Visions” is an album of frenetic indie-punk that basically sounds like a cross between Johnny Thunders & The Heartbreakers and Supergrass, if you can imagine such a thing. Jay Reatard’s anglicised voice adds the Supergrass element. Reatard plays everything himself other than a couple of tracks where bass duties are h...view item »