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William Basinski
A Shadow In Time

William Basinski pulls another couple of tape loops out of his voluminous archives, this time containing sounds from the rare Voyetra 8 synthesiser. A Shadow In Time is devised as a tribute to ‘David Robert Jones’ (aka David Bowie), and is a typically gorgeous, slowly-expanding work of ...view item »

William Basinski
The Deluge

More glorious tape-loop-based minimal composition from William Basinski. The Deluge presents an alternative approach to the source material used on recent companion piece Cascade: a piano loop is processed via various subtle feedback systems, until the whole thing washes away in a haze. White LP on Temporary Re...view item »

Field Works
Metaphonics: The Complete Field Works Recordings

Loads of artists club together with a luxury release dedicated to the found sound archives of Stuart Hyatt. The seven LPs in this box set all take Hyatt’s field recordings as starting points from which to build rich and varied song cycles. The list of contributors to Metaphonics: The Complete Field Works Reco...view item »

William Basinski

It's amazing to think that William Basinski's '92982' was recorded in 1982 as it's the sort of thing that could come out on Kranky these days. Actually we're reminded of stuff like Tim Hecker, The Caretaker etc. This music features ultra soothing ambience and floating melodies. So much so that Phil just declared "I feel like I'm floating on a fu...view item »

New Bodies

Aussie five-piece Tangents are purveyors of a similar kind of jazzy, instrumental post-rock to Tortoise; there are similarities with Four Tet’s electronic plunges into these styles as well. On New Bodies they are comfortable shifting between the lot within one tune - all the way t...view item »

Songs: Ohia
Travels in Constants

Under the Songs: Ohia moniker, Jason Molina released an untitled one song EP for a subscription series on Temporary Residence Records called Travels In Constants. The EP went under the radar, lost between the release of the albums Ghost Tropic and Didn’t It Rain. Now, released on vinyl as Travels In Consta...view item »

Young Widows
Decayed: Ten Years of Cites, Wounds, Lightness, and Pain

This 15-track collection charts the first decade of Young Widow's career, and mines their vast catalogue of singles, b-sides, splits and rare songs, including four previously unreleased tracks. This record maps out the band's evolution form post-hardcore to pos-punk monsters, their genre-hopping and mastery of technique attestin...view item »

Prefuse 73
Forsyth Gardens

Electronic pioneer Prefuse 73 is back in a big, bold and brash way with Forsyth Gardens. Presumably not an ode to Bruce and his topiary, this multi-faceted album sounds ultra-modern in its kaleidoscopic scope. Young fans of Flying Lotus would be wise to take note of one of the masters. Out on vinyl LP from Temporary Res...view item »

Rachel Grimes
The Doctor from India (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Ah always good to hear from the lovely Rachel Grimes of Rachel's pottering about. Here she makes a soundscape/soundtrack for this documentary about a holistic health pioneer. She uses (as always) her signature piano but also adds in violin, harp, saxophone, and strings all bound up in ambient soundscapes. ...view item »

Paul de Jong
You Fucken Sucker

Best known as one half of folktronicists The Books, Paul De Jong has a nice little side-hustle in the form of his solo material. His follow-up to 2015’s IF augments the lustful experimentalism of The Books with the wide-ranging yet clear-headed aesthetic of an auteur. There’s r&b, spoken...view item »

Timespan Redux

Oh the things you can do with an armful of analogue synths and a drum kit... ZOMBI's A.E. Paterra comes at us with an epic, relentless journey through the cosmos. And a very groovy cosmos it is. Psychedelic in intention, kraut in execution, deep space soundtrack in spirit, and all the better for it....view item »

Hymn To The Immortal Wind

This is the first Mono album to feature a full orchestra, and that provides the album's pronounced magnitude. The agonizing, climbing guitar parts stand amongst swaying, buttressing cellos and violins by the dozen, while flutes and glockenspiels liven those quieter moments. It is especially impressive that the orchestra is not used merely as a s...view item »

The Exit Papers

First-time vinyl and electronic release for Low's 'imaginary film soundtrack' EP (originally released in 2000, a year before the seminal album 'Things we Lost in the Fire'). Largely instrumental, 'The Exit Papers' was definitely one of Low's more experimental records. The band sent copies of this out to movie executives in the hope of securing s...view item »

False Readings On

Oh go on, get excited about a new Eluvium record. It's been a while since Matthew Cooper framed his ambient-leaning post-rock in such a compelling light -- in fact False Readings On seems to intertwine his pastoral, widescreen sound with a harsher resolution, with the orchestration battling...view item »

William Basinski
The Disintegration Loops (Remastered)

William Basinski created his ambient and much storied record, 'The Disintegration Loops', by feeding his compositions on loop through a tape head until a myriad sounds were made in its place. The record's completion coincided with the 9/11 bombings, a sight which is recreated on the record's cover. Considered an attempt at making sound cycl...view item »

Nightmare Ending

Portland, Oregon-based ambient musician Matthew Robert Cooper releases his seventh studio album, ‘Nightmare Ending’ is a double CD concept that Cooper has had shelved for several years as he didn’t think it was worthy of a release at the time, with a few tweaks and new ideas it has finally s...view item »

Explosions In The Sky
The Earth is Not a Cold Dead Place

Right. Here's Brian with the news you've all been waiting for. We have the new EXPLOSIONS IN THE SKY LP & CD in this week, the vinyl being on Temporary Residence & the CD being on Simon Raymonde's fine Bella Union imprint. Now since I started working here I must have packed ...view item »

The Books
The Way Out

Aw man the Books are back! I got completely obsessed by The Books when Lost & Safe came out. I couldn't put their records down! 5 years later comes 'The Way Out' on their new home Temporary Residence! In that 5 years I got married and I'm gonna get divorced, I had a kid, I got gradually more stupid and the centre of me grew. A lot has ha...view item »

Howard Hello
Election Year

Howard Hello is the pairing of Kenseth Thibideau and Marty Anderson, who did nothing together for a decade before the recent reigniting of their collaboration, brought about in part by political circumstances. Election Year’s intriguing songcraft explores some of the last year&rsq...view item »

Behind The Shadow Drops

This is the debut album from  Takaakira ‘Taka’ Goto of iconic Japanese rock explorers Mono. Here he stretches out into a myriad of styles from ambient to trip hop to industrial minimalism and modern classical  and takes members of Tortoise, Mono and the Sea & Cake along...view item »

This World

Grails/Slint blokes. Nuff said.” That’s all the post-it on the front of this CD has to tell me, and listening to it now I’d say that’s a valid point. Watter is like a musical victory lap for some of Louisville’s finest - multi-instrumentalists Zak Riles (...view item »

Leaves Eclipse The Light

This little peach is a 3 track CD single plus a video so that means you get 4 things for your cash instead of 3. And one of those things is a remix by Four Tet so that surely makes it 5 things? Well if you're a fan of Four Tet I guess it would. If you really didn't like him that I guess that would be 3 things and totally detract from the buying ...view item »

Under The Pipal Tree

This is the debut album by MONO, first released fifteen years ago on John Zorn’s Tzadik label. Turns out these guys were epic right from the start: much of Under The Pipal Tree has a grand sweep and a searing intensity to it. Under The Pipal Tree has never been released on vinyl before, s...view item »


Majeure is the solo project by the drummer from Prog-rock/Electronic duo Zombi, Anthony Paterra. Devolving further into heavy synthesis, arpeggiators and insane drumming. This is definitely what you’re after if you want to scratch John Carpenter, Sea Of Teeth...view item »

Some Offcell Voices

Before they were the touring behemoth they later became, Pinback was simply a project for members of Three Mile Pilot and Heavy Vegetable to hone their songwriting craft. Early on they produced two distinctive EPs which have now been collected together onto one slab of vinyl. Pinback have always...view item »

For My Parents

As the title suggests, For My Parents sees Mono tracing their roots, and I think this important for a band that previously gave no indication of their Japanese heritage. Even as someone of Asian descent myself, if I only looked at their album sleeves and listened to the music, I would not guess Mono even had any Eastern heritage, let alone Japan...view item »

The Books
The Lemon of Pink (Reissue)

Temporary Residence bring The Books blend of looping electronica and dense folk instrumentation back to remastered CD and vinyl LP. The Lemon of Pink, first released in 2003, established the distinctive collagist orchestral sound of the duo, combining cut-up cello samples, chanted vocals and stunning arrangements....view item »

Chalice Hymnal

The mega Grails return! Whilst this project may have seemed quiet for the last 5 years, the members have been busy writing Chalice Hymnal whilst working with their other projects OM, Watter and Lilacs & Champagne. Chalice Hymnal manages to throw them all to...view item »

Take Refuge In Clean Living

I like Grails in my life and here's some more. For me to like. I tell you what, the first track on here is an absolute belter and I think they know it, the little sheet included in the CD digipak has artwork based around it with nary a mention of the other songs. Actually the artwork in general is a weird mishmash of styles from cheesy stoner-rock ...view item »

Behind Closed Doors
Exit Lines: The Brief History of Behind Closed Doors

Behind Closed Doors were a Baltimore band who popped up and then dissolved again with just a few years in the late 90’s. Exit Lines: The Brief History of Behind Closed Doors contains everything that the band ever recorded (which isn’t a lot), on red-with-black-splatter vinyl with a laser etching of the lyric...view item »

Rob Crow's Gloomy Place
You're Doomed. Be Nice.

Returning from self-imposed exile, prolific math rock wonder Rob Crow has assembled a band and begun making jittery US indie-punk again. You’re Doomed. Be Nice, on vinyl LP and CD from Temporary Residence, is immediately recognizable as a Rob Crow record; his relaxed vocals and tense, jagg...view item »

Waver The Absolute

Welcome to the first new work from the Sybarite project in a full decade. Waver The Absolute wastes no time in getting things moving again, jumping out with fat waves of static. Then we slip into a classic flurry of warm hazy dancing electronics to lose the mind and body in. Released by Temporary Residence: the vinyl ve...view item »


Tangents are a restless group, always switching up to a new sound or dropping in unexpected elements in the middle of compositions. Jazz, electronica, post-rock, electro-acoustic improvisation and more besides all surface in the heady brew of Stateless. The vinyl edition of the album comes with an additional download of...view item »


Hauschka returns to the material of last year’s Abandoned City album, this time abandoning it even further with A NDO C Y, a collection of tracks from the same sessions paired with two striking remixes from Eluvium and Devendra Banhart, who take those pieces into fresh, s...view item »

Explosions In The Sky & David Wingo
Manglehorn: An Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

David Gordon Green’s new film Manglehorn comes with a soundtrack from a band often described as cinematic in their own right: Explosions In The Sky. With the help of film composer David Wingo, they have created some really shimmering atmospheres, using a lot of percussive textures...view item »

Keep It Together

Here is a collection of non-album tracks from this long disbanded Baltimore band including recordings made with Steve Albini who had also recorded their two studio albums. The collection spans their entire career from their mumbly beginnings onwards and showcases the quiet history of a post-rock band who deserve to take their place amongst conte...view item »

Explosions In The Sky
Those Who Tell The Truth

The Explosions In The Sky LP that came out last week was fantastic. It's a massive grower and have since come to the conclusion that it's a work of genius. If you like Slint, Shellac, Godspeed and Mogwai then you'll will love this. It sounds like Mogwai most of all with the big sou...view item »


Parlour is what various members of Papa M, Crain and The For Carnation do away from their ‘day jobs’: play a different brand of alternative guitar music. They’ve su...view item »

Life Through Bombardment Vol. 2

Essential stuff for the Eluvium completists out there. Following on from 2009’s Volume 1, this new Life Through Bombardment Vol. 2 box-set contains everything that was released by Eluvium...view item »

Rachel Grimes
The Clearing

Rachel Grimes, formerly the leader of Rachel’s (funnily enough), hasn’t released a solo album for six years, so The Clearing is a significant release. Working with the likes of Helen Money and the Amsterdam Sinfonietta, the album moves through stately and de...view item »

Prefuse 73
Every Color of Darkness

Four years since his last significant release under his best known and most revered recording name, Prefuse 73, aka Guillermo S. Herren, who has been busy elsewhere with collaborative work, remixes and live performances, is finally releasing not one, but three full length LPs due out this year. ‘Every Color of Darkness’ is built from...view item »

Rachel Grimes
Book of Leaves (For Solo Piano)

I love a bit of Rachels, me. Funny how Rachel Grimes is in them and they're not named after her though.. Would you bloody credit it. Book of Leaves (For Solo Piano) is a gorgeous collection of shortish piano pieces which are thoroughly evoking an autumnal feel in my mind, it could just be the suggestive artwork and title or the fact that it w...view item »

Blanket Waves

Inventions is a still relatively new duo made up of alumni of Eluvium and Explosions In The Sky. With this, their third album in not much more than a year, they combine the epic scale and the emotional intimacy of their approaches into a warm, melodic, semi-abstract pair of pieces. Limited editi...view item »

My Disco

Australian trio My Disco have taken minimal sound to the limit on their new album, Severe. It makes for uncomfortable listening at times with dark drones and silence juxtaposed with pounding, stabbing rhythms. The band worked with film composer Cornel Wilczek at the controls which allowed the band more freedom to e...view item »


Maserati are all about that motorik, about the need to drive forwards no matter what the sound. Reuhmanizer mixes krautrock’s classic rhythmic instinct with chugging guitars and other ‘classic rock’ elements. The results are as much of a space fantasy as the one depicted on the cover. Out on Temporary ...view item »

Rachel Grimes
Marion County 1938

Marion County 1938 gives us Our Day, a silent film, accompanied by Rachel Grimes’s soundtrack to the piece. The music was recorded in a church with a lovely range of chamber instruments, composed with Grimes’ usual levels of care. This is a DVD release that also comes with the music...view item »

William Basinski

To commemorate its 10-year anniversary William Basinski's Melancholia gets the remastered, virgin vinyl treatment on this, its first ever wax edition. Basinski is the undoubted master of emotional, decayed tape loop passages and this selection ranks amongst his most revered and referenced work. Packaged in a lovely...view item »

Romance Language

It’s been such a long time since Ultravox released a hit, and that song ‘Feed The World’ song Midge did with rugged trampface Geldof, but it’s nice to finally have him back making music. Oh this isn’t Midge Ure? It’s Majeure? That Anthony Pattera fella from ...view item »

United Nations
United Nations

All star supergroup United Nations' (featuring members of Thursday, Glassjaw, and Converge) self titled, debut album was originally released in 2008, shortly after the entire pressing was then recalled, destroyed, and repackaged due to the deliberately controversial, let's get sued artwork (the cover of The Beatles' ‘Abbey Road’ feat...view item »

House With a Curse

Coliseum are a band that straddle the line of what punk rock can be and what aggressive music could be, and make all sides happy. More Fugazi than Minor Threat, Coliseum utilises many different cadences and guitar sounds to create punk as art, the way it used to be, instead of a mil...view item »

William Basinski
The Disintegration Loops III (Remastered)

William Basinski created his ambient and much storied record, 'The Disintegration Loops', by feeding his compositions on loop through a tape head until a myriad sounds were made in its place. The record's completion coincided with the 9/11 bombings, a sight which is recreated on the record's cover. Considered an attempt at making sound cycl...view item »

Bonnie Stillwatter
The Devil Is People

Bonnie Stillwatter is a collaborative project between Will Oldham, the experimental group, Watter and Artisanal Stillwater, a brewer of lovely, arty booze. The Devil Is People is a dark, crescendoing folk song that could soundtrack a walk deep into the woods to do something wrong. ...view item »

Prefuse 73
Rivington Nao Rio

Prefuse 73 returns after a remarkably long break (four years!) to treat us all with a fresh platter of his clicking minimal-hip-hop, reverb-soaked and with odd production touches abound. Guest vocalists include Busdriver, Rob Crow and Helado Negro, and Rivington Nao Rio ...view item »

Paul de Jong

Paul de Jong, formerly of The Books, releases his very first solo record, and IF is an excellent piece of work. de Jong combines all manner of unusual samples from here and there into curious and catchy wholes, underlaid by his gorgeous string-playing. Fun and lovely, released by the Te...view item »

Travels In Constants Volume 24

Come now. Adam Bryanbaum Witzie has more soundtracking of peaceful sleeps and cinematic turning points to do, having not been satiated by his time in the best drone act of all time, Stars of the Lid, nor its marvellous offshoots. Our dude is pretty much synonymous with shifting layers of synth at this ...view item »

Prefuse 73
Travels In Constants Volume 25

Aaaarrgggggghhhhhhhh. This is nice. The opening sounds are as soft and lathery as being placed in the human equivalent of a car wash on a hot summers days and then being thrown headfirst into a soft pile of towelling. Guillermo S Herren (formerly Scott) has a new full lengther out this year but this very, very limited CD on Temporary Res...view item »

Lilacs & Champagne
Midnight Features Vol. 2: Made Flesh

Alex Hall (Grails) and Emil Amos (Holy Sons/Om/Grails) offer up another set of hip hop instrumentals, and it’s a cornucopia of idyllic atmospheres and mirage-like psych melodies set to rock-solid beatsmanship located somewhere between Madlib and ...view item »


Think we struggle here to fully appreciate some of our wares whilst the chaos of daily human traffic & general Norman Records mayhem shifts our consciences elsewhere, away from the subtleties & nuances of the gentler sounds emitting from the stereo. I couldn't even remember the new Eluvium CD yesterday. Had my head in boxes all day, my mind...view item »

The Books
Music For A French Elevator and Other Oddities

Well this is going to be a treasure trove of treats for any fans of The Books. It's a 45 track, double LP, limited vinyl exploration of all their unheard and uncollected B sides including sound installations for the Ministry of Culture in France, an unreleased film score and lots of other detritus. The ope...view item »

First Contact

Contact are one of those bands who accidentally traded their synthesizers for lazer beams and now have to make do with the gooiest electronic sounds you can possibly hear. Call it sci-fi, call it prog rock; they're making music that makes you think of the waveform. 'First Contact' is their debut and deftly weaves together wonderfully silly melod...view item »

Verdugo Hills Remixes

While the remixes of Caroline's debut album "Murmurs" all brought unique approaches to the each track, making them actually sound like new versions, these "remixes" are just too minimal. Except for maybe the last track, all of the songs from Verdugo Hills are stripped of either the main arrangement and replaced with minimal lazy/ basic arrangeme...view item »

One Step More And You Die / New York Soundtracks

Hundreds of people have asked for a re-press of post rock sludgers Mono's second album 'One More Step and You Die' and here it is. Not only that, it contains the out of print 'New York Soundtracks' album containing remixes by Calla, Loren Connors, Jackie O Motherfecker and more. All remastered with expanded artwork.  ...view item »


Mesmerising follow-up to his self-titled debut, The Books' lead chappie Nick Z is one of the true mavericks of the US underground / experimental pop circuit. This is definitely one of the best promos we've received this Summer and a high benchmark for Temporary Residence. For fans of The Blow, The Books, The Microphones, DCFC, early Dntel and Th...view item »

William Basinski
The Disintegration Loops IV (Remastered)

William Basinski created his ambient and much storied record, 'The Disintegration Loops', by feeding his compositions on loop through a tape head until a myriad sounds were made in its place. The record's completion coincided with the 9/11 attacks, a sight which is recreated on the record's cover. Considered an attempt at making sound cycli...view item »

William Basinski
The Disintegration Loops II (Remastered)

William Basinski created his ambient and much storied record, 'The Disintegration Loops', by feeding his compositions on loop through a tape head until a myriad sounds were made in its place. The record's completion coincided with the 9/11 attacks, a sight which is recreated on the record's cover. Considered an attempt at making sound cycli...view item »

United Nations
The Next Four Years

New band made up of members of veteran iconic screamo bands Thursday And Pianos Become The Teeth. Originally conceived as a frenetic side-project founded by members of Thursday, Glassjaw and Converge, United Nations' membership and ideology have evolved into a full-time flagship for incendiary chaos. Their line-up overhauled to include members o...view item »

Young Widows
Easy Pain

Young Widows are a hard band to pin down: not exactly post-hardcore, not exactly doom or metal, not exactly noise-rock, they live in that strange in-between world of filthy dirge-groove bands like Harvey Milk, Part Chimp, Unsane, or more recently ...view item »


I've had a lot of "challenging" music to review today, which I don't mind in principle but after a few hours it can really clog up your brain. Here to give me a little mental clean-out and loosen me out for more oddness, though, are Inventions. I'm pretty confident they won't be too freaky because it's a collaboration from people involved with t...view item »

Black Tar Prophecies Vols. 4,5, & 6

Hyper-prolific atmospheresmiths Grails are back once again this week with a handy volume compiling the last three installments of their ‘Black Tar Prophecies’ series. You probably know the score by now. They make dusky and highly accomplished instrumentals which mix restrained post rock grooves and Morric...view item »

Explosions In The Sky & David Wingo
Prince Avalanche

Explosions In The Sky team up with fellow Texan David Wingo to produce this soundtrack to David Gordon Green’s latest film project ‘Prince Avalanche’, starring Paul Rudd and Emile Hirsch. The film sees two friends leave their hometown on a job to paint traffic lines on a wildfire rava...view item »

Information Retrieved

Well it’s been five years but everyone’s favourite indie rock duo have finally got a new album for us this week! I for one am pretty excited anyway, since without exception their previous albums and EPs have been superb (not to mention the jaw-droppingly great recent ...view item »

Solar Maximum

Always makes me giggle this music, mainly due to the fact it's really audacious and very slightly preposterous. Cosmic ‘70s disco strut, cruising sci-fi bliss-scapes and progressive synth rock of the highest quality from this one half of Zombi that ain...view item »

My Disco
Wrapped Coast

‘Little Joy’ from these guys was one of my favourites when it came out. It didn’t even get reviewed here (not enough hours in the day!) which is a shame cos they’re a top band. T...view item »

The Telephone Man

I really, really love a great portion of this CD, The TM were a famous Louisville KY act from the early-mid ‘90s. There was another band from the same area who they may have been heavily inspired by but I can’t recall their name as they sank heavily into obscurity ...view item »

William Basinski
The Disintegration Loops Box Set

Wow, so this really is something… I’m sure you are familiar with William Basinski’s by-now-legendary The Disintegration Loops, but have you experienced it five CDs, one DVD and a 150 page book, in a super-fancy boxset courtesy of Temporary Residence? Yeah, just what I thought. All the original recordi...view item »

Three Mile Pilot

According to my calculations this is rather pricey for a 20-minute 12” EP, but sometimes you need to pay a premium for quality don’t you? I don’t know, having heard the five all-too-short numbers contained on this here disc I’m still getting one anyway. For those o...view item »

Turing Machine
What Is The Meaning Of What

Dunno what's going on with this new Turing Machine record. It came out last week on Temporary Residence and for some reason we only got one copy on ...view item »

Steve Moore And Majeure

OH! Steve Moore / Majeure (a.k.a A.E.Paterra) split LP on Temporary Residence? Yes please sir. As you may know these two characters are the also known collectively as Zombi - a group who extend upon the works of Horror/Sci-Fi soundtrack pioneers such as John Carpenter, Vangelis and Gobli...view item »

Melt Banana/Young Widows

Yes yes yes! These Young widows split series 7"'s are really living up to their promise with the second installment kicking even more ass than the first. This time around Young Widows are accompanied by the mighty Melt-Banana who are on the finest of form. I reckon they've mellowed out a little over the years but they still know how to craft a...view item »


Zammuto is a weird old proposition. From Nick Books, a man who has had no end of trouble with the security at Waterstones recently, comes his new bizzar-o-pop project which the care-free thieving little tyke has arrogantly named after himself.  This collection of widdly prog pop funk, cascading cluttered psychedelic whimsy and even sl...view item »

Bitch Magnet
Bitch Magnet

Wow! Temporary Residence is a long-time favourite label of mine and with releases like this I can't see that changing any time soon. Originally released between 1988 and 1990, the three albums neatly contained in this set helped turn rock music on its head in the early days of the grunge ...view item »

Bonny Billy
More Revery

More Revery is a lesser-known 2000-era Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy album, which found him stowing his band away to cover an array of favourite songs. All sorts of genres are drawn in and made Bonnie: PJ Harvey, Tim McGraw and Bill Withers are all ...view item »


Someone who utilises orchestral-ness with a degree of sheer brilliance and mastery is ELUVIUM.  Matthew Cooper (he who is Eluvium) makes the fantastic neo classical thing I've heard in some time. Copia is by far his strongest release and pretty much every track will have you delving for more tissues as you wipe the tears from...view item »

From Bone To Satellite (Deluxe Expanded Edition)

Originally released, and very quickly sold out, in 1999 now finally repressed by the guys at Temporary Residence. If you’re a fan of Mogwai, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, and Dorena you’ll love this. Includes the remastered original 7 tracks plus 6 bonus tracks of unreleased and rare ...view item »

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