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8 Bit Radiohead
Kid 8

Pretty self-explanatory, this one - Radiohead’s Kid A gets programmed for 8-bit instruments and then gets given the clever title of Kid 8. This stuff’s been knocking around online for a few years, but this remastered version really does justice to the meticulous attention-to-detail of these chiptune re-renderings. Yesterday I woke up sucking on a cartridge.
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Mustafa Ozkent
Genclik Ile Elele

Music so funky that it is almost unseemly. Mustafa Ozkent and his band recorded Genclik Ile Elele in 1972: since then the record has become famed as one of the finest (and rarest) examples of Turkish psych-rock out there. This reissue LP on Jackpot brings this wild, hard-funk release back into the eager paws of fans at last.
  • Vinyl LP (JPR031LP)
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Wipers
Over The Edge

Over the Edge was the bleak and windswept third album by cult US group the Wipers. Their post-punk sound sits somewhere between early REM and Husker Du with superb proto-college rock guitars and Greg Sage's guttural howl which on the title track is easy to see how it influenced future fan boy Kurt Cobain. Essential remastered edition for you to (re) discover.   
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Wipers
Land Of The Lost

The Wipers were a punk rock band from Portland, Oregon led by Greg Sage. They were a massive influence on Nirvana who covered their songs Return Of The Rat, D-7 and Turnaround. Land Of The Lost was their fourth album, originally released in 1986. It’s fair to say that this was underrated album back then, but it still remains a much-sought after album. Search no more, Land Of The Lost has been found.
  • Vinyl LP (JPR056LP)
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Silver Apples
Silver Apples

Pretty much the album which started the sound that is still influencing 77% of the music that comes through our doors. Oscillating synths, proto-kraut rhythms and repetitive grooves that were about a million years ahead of their time and surely influenced everyone from Can to Stereolab to pretty much everyone who has stabbed at a syntheziser. Brilliant stuff and utterly essential vinyl re-issue.   

Poison Idea
Pick Your King

Reissue of Poison Idea’s iconic punk tome Pick Your King here. This 1983 EP is hardcore as God intended - 13 songs, 13 minutes, not a second wasted. Given how influential this record is it seems kind of silly to list other bands that sound like Poison Idea, so let’s just say that if you like your Flags Black and your Fronts Agnostic then you should prob get to know Pick Your King as well (if, of course, you haven't already).

Wipers
Is This Real?

Unquestionably Portland's most well-loved punk group, the Wipers formed in the late 1970s and in 1980 released their debut LP, "Is This Real?"- twelve songs of stabbing, jittery guitar, snapped vocals, and unabashed teen angst. Full of desperation and yearning, the LP has stood as a blueprint for wretched youth for over 25 years. In the early 1990s "Is This Real?" was given mainstream attention when Nirvana covered two tracks off the record and Cobain announced it was one of the primary influences on his group. While it was reissued on compact disc and available as a part of the Wipers Boxed Set (Zeno), this is the first time "Is This Real?" has been available on vinyl in the U.S. since its initial release.
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Dr. John
Gris Gris (Original MONO Mix)

Gris Gris was the debut album by Dr. John, originally released in 1968. A mystical swamp-thing of a record, Dr. John mixes blues, psychedelia and proto-funk. It is arguably his finest work. Contains his masterpiece I Walk On Gilded Splinters. Reissue of the original mono mix, sourced from the master tapes on Jackpot.
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Green River
Come On Down

Green River’s Come On Down is a piece of history, being one of the first ever releases on the noted Grunge Records label. Released in 1985, this record features two of the guys from Mudhoney and two Pearl Jam lads, making it crucial listening for fans of either band, as well as a top slice of early sludgy alternative rock music. Now reissued by the Jackpot label, with a bonus track to boot.

Silver Apples
Contact

The second album by the magical Silver Apples, first released in 1969 and now reissued for your pleasure. Contact features more of the wonderful interplay between Simeon’s DIY synthesiser monster, Dan Taylor’s pulsing drums, and vocals extolling psychedelic adventures. Contact is reissued by Rotorelief.

Wipers
Better Off Dead

Originally released in 1978 Better Off Dead was the first recordings made by Portland, Oregan punk rockers Wipers. Whilst being heralded as being highly influential they hardly played live and were mainly a DIY studio band, only being discovered through cassette compilations and later Nirvana playing live covers. Limited repress on Jackpot.
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Wipers
Youth of America

Nice re-issue of the second album from Greg Sage's post-punk greats. This is where the band got all cold and nihilistic and spread six long tracks that burn with a fiery intensity across the LP. It's a harsh angular sound that influenced Mission of Burma amongst others and led Kurt Cobain to consider it one of the top 50 records to be released ever.  
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Crock
Grok


  • CD (JPR019CD)
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  • Vinyl LP (JPR019LP)
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