Ariel Pink Vinyl, CD & tapes by Ariel Pink at Norman Records

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Ariel Pink & Weyes Blood
Myths 002

Moving fairly violently between tasteful folksy acoustic songwriting and explosions of operatic intensity, this collaboration is, if nothing else, unpredictable. Rich layers of instrumentation and clashing performance styles add to the exciting uncertainty, and over the four tracks you can be sure that weird and charmed places will be reached.

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Odditties Sodomies Vol. 2

The second of three new releases from the archives of Ariel Pink during the time he recorded under his Haunted Graffiti guise, Odditties Sodomies Vol. 2 exhumes another batch of out-takes, demos and non-album tracks. Vol. 1 was originally released back in 2008, and this follow-up of sorts is released via Mexican Summer. 

Ariel Pink's Haunted Graffiti
Underground

Part of his initial big burst of activity between 1998 and 2007, Underground is the album that everyone forgot. Look for it on Wikipedia...I've tried and I've failed. Anyway it was his inaugural release of his initial barrage of creativity originally self released in 1999 before getting a proper release around 2007. Early Ariel Pink - can't be an easy listen but always fascinating. 

Ariel Pink's Haunted Graffiti
Loverboy

Looks like a load of Ariel Pink albums are coming back out on 2LP vinyl and here is his 2006 album Loverboy. Though it was his sixth album, it was part of his series of early lo-fi works which pretty much gave carte blanche to anyone wanting to re-work soft rock, funk and '60s pop into their own strange shapes. Loads of people followed but Ariel Pink did this stuff first. 

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Another Weekend / Ode To The Goat (Thank You)

Super annoying but rather essential weirdo pop man Ariel Pink continues to change the name of his own game with "Another Weekend", a dabbling in a downbeat version of sunshine pop that retains some of the obnoxious advert antics of Pom Pom. "Another Weekend" starts as an acoustic ballad, breaks down into a slow transition a la the Beatles in their costumed area, before bringing in squelching synths. Typical of Ariel, it compacts lots of pop and prog into one nonsense track of never-ending hooks. Backed by the hilariously titled "Ode to the Goat (Thank You)" and a taster of the album to come.

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Dedicated To Bobby Jameson

Ariel Pink’s eleventh full length album and his debut on Mexican Summer. Dedicated To Bobby Jameson is a woozy psychedelic pop journey through the tragic ups and downs reflected in Bobby Jameson’s life story, and his continuous struggle for success in the music industry (having recorded with Frank Zappa, and The Rolling Stones). Decayed and slowed tape warbles shine throughout and a fair degree of pop genius it has to be said. 

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Pom Pom

All-nonsense indie rock artist and all-round asshole Ariel Pink continues to make music for cartoons and the adverts you watch in-between with the romantic and also exceedingly irritating 'Pom Pom'. As always, that's probably the point. There's a song -- or jingle -- about Jell-O, so yeah. Good luck with that. Pink says this is his most collaborative work yet despite also being his very own solo record.

Ariel Pink's Haunted Graffiti
The Doldrums

Back when he wasn't making adverts for parallel universes and making glamtastic pop tunes (and being a douche), Ariel Pink was some sort of lo-fi recording artist, signed to Animal Collective's Paw Tracks label and making strange melodic vignettes with 8-track and guitars. It was strange and smooth, and it was called The Doldrums.

Ariel Pink's Haunted Graffiti
Worn Copy

Worn Copy is one of Ariel Pink's defining statements and, although, eight albums into his wildly creative first burst of production, was one of the first times his music was heard by a wider audience courtesy of its 2005 re-issue on Animal Collective's Paw tracks imprint. It is a sprawling 2LP full of his uniquely warped pop vision that often sounds like a man trying to recreate hits of the 80s both blindfolded and ear-folded.  

Ariel Pink's Haunted Graffiti
House Arrest

Google 1245 Norton ave. Los Angeles California and you'll see the palatial family home Ariel Pink buried himself in in order to make his first batches of experimental lo-fi pop. For a boy who shared a classroom with Paris Hilton he was an oddball and this comes across these recordings. House Arrest is one of his best containing nuggets of warped-pop glory amongst failed experiments, skits and some surprisingly nifty '60s flavoured bubblegum.  
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Pink Stuff

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Thrash & Burn

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Jorge Elbrecht and Ariel Pink
Hang On to Life / No Real Friend

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Ariel Pink & R. Stevie Moore
Ku Klux Glam EP

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Mature Themes - PROMO POSTER!!!

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Baby

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Pedestrian Pop Hits

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Ariel Pink, Lavender Diamond, Various
Through the Wilderness: A Tribute to Madonna

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