Record Store Day: Drop 3

Here are the bits and bobs we've been able grab for you from the third and final RSD drop of 2020. There's a bit of psych, a bit of classic alt. rock, a tasty-looking Blaxploitation version of a hip hop classic, and Yann Tiersen's limited, mushroom sleeve sportin' single. As per, it's first come, first served!
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Bardo Pond
On The Ellipse

It just would be Record Store Day without a Bardo Pond release and for this year's event we get a re-pressing of their 2003 era opus On The Ellipse originally released by ATP recordings. Like their other work this is a lengthy hypnotic mind altering drone fest full of big riffs and droning psych workouts. Heads down, no nonsense dirge from these lauded psychedelic travellers. 
  • Vinyl Double LP (FIRELP590)
  • In stock and ready to ship
  • Coloured vinyl
  • Limited edition
  • Last copy

Bob Mould
Circle Of Friends

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David Gray
Please Forgive Me

I'm sorry David we don't. We can't forgive you for wobbling your head and singing Gray by name grey by nature brow-furrowing songs. Still, David don't care 'bout us snobs, he sold billions of his White Ladder LP which now has reached its 20 year anniversary. This 12" features the titular Please Forgive Me done in 2020 style plus an acoustic version and two harassed remixers trying to make something out of it.  
  • Vinyl 12" (IHTLP1916)
  • Coloured vinyl
  • Limited edition

Frankie and the Witch Fingers
Sidewalk

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Freddie Gibbs & Madlib
Piñata (The 1974 Version)

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Menswe@r
Nuisance (25th Anniversary Edition)

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Ryuichi Sakamoto
Black Mirror Smithereens

Black Mirror Smithereens refers to the second episode of the hit television show Black Mirror which was scored by none other that orchestral legend Ryuichi Sakamoto. His music is a vital component of the show and forms the playlist of the main character. Here is the score presented in its entirety on limited edition vinyl.  
  • Vinyl LP (MOVATM278C)
  • In stock and ready to ship
  • Coloured vinyl
  • Limited edition

The Bevis Frond
Valedictory Songs

The Bevis Frond's Nick Saloman has spent the best part of thirty odd years just kinda doing his own thing and as slowly amassed an extraordinary back catalogue of psychedelic jams. On Valedictory Songs he is joined by members of Marillion and Hawkwind for another teatime assortment of hard-edged psychedelia, gently folk excursions and progressive workouts. 

The Bevis Frond
What Did For The Dinosaurs

The Bevis Frond are the long running project of Nick Saloman an alternate universe psychedelic hero who blends J.Mascis -style axe worship with a love of the various forms of psychedelic music that emanated from the 1960s. What Did For the Dinosaurs was their 2002 collection which was just as busy as previous workouts full of hard edged jams, baroque psych pop and folk explorations. 
  • Vinyl Double LP (FIRELP454)
  • In stock and ready to ship
  • Limited edition
  • Last copy

The Lemonheads
Lovey

Lovey was the Lemonheads fourth album and their first for Atlantic. It was the first album that really showcased their songwriting talents and is full of lovely plaintive pop such as Half the Time, Stove and Ride With Me. It was their final album with founding member Jesse Peretz as the Lemonheads became purely Evan Dando's thing thereafter.
  • Vinyl Double LP (FIRELP492X)
  • In stock and ready to ship
  • Limited edition

Various
The Turning: Kate's Diary

The Turning is a 2020 supernatural horror film that was released just pre-lockdown so it's always possible it got missed in the real-life horror of Covid 19. The main attraction to the soundtrack is that it contains an unreleased David Bowie song alongside tracks by Courtney Love, the Aubreys and some lesser known stuff. Confusingly the press release states that this release contains music used in the film that was not on the Original Soundtrack release. 
  • Vinyl Double LP (MOVATM279C)
  • In stock and ready to ship
  • Coloured vinyl
  • Limited edition

Yann Tiersen
Lagniappe Session

Yann Tiersen is the French composer most known for doing the 'Amelie' soundtrack back in 2001, but he's also an artist who has since worked in a number of disciplines. 'Lagniappe Session' consists of three tracks recorded for Los Angeles-based audio journal - 'Aquarium Drunkard' (which includes a Steve Reich rework), a Françoise Hardy track and a piece by country musician E. C. Ball are all given the Tiersen treatment.