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Black Friday

It's that time of year again where you lose all sense of sanity by queuing up for hours for a chance of getting ten pounds off a vacuum cleaner you didn't even need in the first place. The only upside is that it means a few very special records are unleashed onto the world to give you even more opportunity to spend money.   
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Ben Folds
In Concert 2015 - 2016

Ben Folds follows up his So There collaboration with the contemporary classical group yMusic with a live record. In Concert 2015-2016 shows off Folds’ flair for arrangement, with his proper pop songs translating marvellously to the ‘chamber rock’ set-up. 10” vinyl release, packaged with a download code that includes bonus tracks. Released by New West.

Charles Wain
The Last Wave (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

The Last Wave is a crucial work of Australian New Wave cinema. The soundtrack, produced by a certain Charles Wain, counterpoints the atmosphere of rural Australia and Aboriginal culture with experimental electronic sounds, casting a vivid eerie atmosphere over the picture. The soundtrack has never been released before now! 180g LP on The Roundtable.

Faith No More
Cone Of Shame

Following a whopping seventeen year hiatus, San-Francisco rockers Faith No More returned in 2015 with the overwhelmingly successful and chart-ruffling Sol Invictus. Now in 2016, over a year since that release, the five-piece build upon their glory with raucous and sinister Cone Of Shame. 

Jimi Hendrix
Morning Symphony Ideas

Rare latter day explorations by Jimi Hendrix, recorded in 1969 with Billy Cox and Buddy Miles. Morning Symphony Ideas is Hendrix vibing in much funkier directions than you might be used to from his Experience years. Three tracks for you to enjoy on this 10” release, which is pressed to translucent yellow vinyl

John Barry
Walkabout (Original Motion Picture Score)

Walkabout is a seminal work of 1970s Australian New Wave cinema, delving into the surreal landscapes of the outback. The master tapes of John Barry’s original soundtrack (which is, obviously, of a very high caliber) were thought to be utterly lost for years, but now they have been recovered and released! The vinyl release includes press material and stills from the film.

Mark Van Hoen
The Last Flowers From The Darkness

This expanded reissue of The Last Flowers From The Darkness by Mr Mark Van Hoen, released by Medical Records, is a 1997 album originally released on Touch. While the album is featured in full, it also includes 20 minutes of added material and is presented on limited edition high quality double 160-gram classic vinyl.

Middle Brother
Limited Edition 10”

Middle Brother are something of an alt-country supergroup, mixing the main songwriters / singers of Dawes, Delta Spirit and Deer Tick into one powerful trio. So much voice! The straightforwardly-titled Limited Edition 10” is pressed as a picture disc, and is exclusive to independent record shops. On Partisan Records.

Napalm Death / Melt-Banana
Split

Two of the fastest, hardest, blastingest bands on the planet share wax for this 7” split. Napalm Death deliver a few sharp shocks of their light-speed grindcore on one side, while Japan’s rocket-fueled noisecore heroes Melt-Banana occupy the other. Sheer energy injections from two of the best bands in the business. 7” on Ipecac.

Neil Young
Official Release Series Discs 8.5-12

A big heavy box full of Neil Young albums, all pressed to heavyweight 180g vinyl. Discs 8.5 to 12 of the Official Release Series encompasses Young’s later-70’s albums, including the excellent live-with-Crazy Horse double whammy of Rust Never Sleeps and Live Rust. Plus three other albums. Five albums on six LPs, packed in a box by Warner Bros.

Ramones
Live at The Roxy - August 12, 1976

This is The Ramones at the peak of their snotty three-chord power punk in 1976, finally available on 180 gram vinyl from Rhino and sounding great, or as great as The Ramones should ever sound. Live at The Roxy - August 12, 1976 is a no-brainer for fans of the band, or those looking for an introduction. It has a great setlist and is one of the best quality live recordings of the band.  

Run-DMC
Christmas In Hollis / Peter Piper

Very limited 12” vinyl picture disc of Run DMC’s 1987 Christmas tunes Christmas In Hollis and Peter Piper on Legacy. Despite what you may think about a 1987 Run DMC Christmas song, both these tracks are great, mixing killer scratching over traditional songs, heavy sleigh bell percussion and plenty of amazing lines from the band.

Soundgarden
Satanoscillatemymetallicsonatas

The bizarrely named Satanoscillatemymetallicsonatas is celebrating its 25 years anniversary with this release on Universal records. The album was released alongside a special edition of 'Badmotorfinger' in 1992, and contains a live performance of 'Slaves & Bulldozers', 3 covers, and an original song. Expect nothing but Soundgarden's brand of raw psychedelic rock, full to the brim with crunchy riffs. Released as purple coloured Vinyl 12".

Steve Grossman
Some Shapes To Come

This is a quality slice of jazz fusion, recorded by Steve Goodman and his band in 1974. Goodman himself had played with Miles Davis, so he already had the inside track on high-end jazz fusion, and sidemen Don Alias and Gene Perla were right behind him. Some Shapes To Come is a funky but underrated masterpiece: this is the first time it has been reissued. On Tidal Waves Music.

Steve Gunn
Ancient Jules

Ancient Jules is taken from Steve Gunn’s recent album Eyes on the Lines. It’s a lovely little swaggering stroll through country-tinged American rock landscapes, with a message of taking it easy delivered alongside tasty guitar licks. The 12” also contains two non-album tracks to enjoy, ‘The Handshake’ and ‘The Soloist’. 12” single released by Matador.

The Monkees
Good Times! Plus!

I might be on my own here but I really enjoyed the latest the Monkees album 'Good Times'. Now for Black Friday they have released a red vinyl 10" of all the tracks that didn't make it and I have to say that the fact that they weren't included in the first place was rather unfathomable so this will be a necessary grab for all those prefab four fans out there.  

The Rolling Stones
Ride 'Em On Down

The Rolling Stones apparently have a new album in the works (lord), and this is your first chance to sample its wares. Ride ‘Em On Down is a 1955 tune by electric bluesman Eddie Taylor, acknowledged by the Stones as a key early influence. This is a single-sided 10” pressed to electric blue vinyl in limited quantities.

Timothy Leary, Ralph Metzner and Richard Alpert
The Psychedelic Experience

In which extracts from the early 1960’s founding text of psychedelic LSD culture by Timothy Leary, Ralph Metzner and Richard Alpert is read out. It makes for a Psychedelic Experience indeed, especially if enjoyed in the right way. Released in a curiously precise limited edition of 1750 magenta splatter vinyl LPs on the Real Gone Music label.

Various
Lagniappe Sessions Volume 1

The Lagniappe Sessions is work of the Aquarium Drunkard show, inviting favourite bands in to cover some favourites of their own. This release, in collaboration with Light In The Attic, picks out some highlights from the first five years of the series, including of Montreal, Matthew E White and Dungen. Limited edition of 1500 LP’s, on gold vinyl.

Video Liszt
Ektakrom Killer

The 1981 album by Video Liszt is an underrated (and indeed under-heard) record of progged-up synthesiser adventures: to give you a flavour, know that it was produced by Richard Pinhas and engineered by Jean-Louis Rizet! If those names mean much to you, then you’ll almost certainly dig Ektakrom Killer. This is a rare record, never reissued until now: thanks Medical Records!