September already?!? There's been some great releases this year so far. Here's the top five we are listening to right now.
1. The Cramps - Songs The Lord Taught Us - Originally released in 1980, the first record by the Cramps introduced us to their bizarre world of garage rock, monster movies and double entendres. A solid release from start to finish. Key Tracks: TV Set, Garbage Man
2. The Replacements - Stink - Only about 15 minutes long, Stink captures the Replacements at the peak of their...
("Non-Alignment Pact" by Pere Ubu is the song playing in the video)
More great new and used vinyl is here! We've also added a lot more from a great collection of vintage rock records to the Used LP's section! Check out all the new additions in the video.
Some highlights of the new arrivals:
B.B. King - Completely Well (LP) - First press on Bluesway Records!
Rolling Stones - Sticky Fingers (LP) - Awesome reissue!
The Damned -...
("Rock Me Baby" by Jimi Hendrix is the song playing in the video)
Some awesome new and used vinyl came in this week! We just bought a huge collection of records from the 50's - 80's and the first batch is up on our site now! Check it out, plus new vinyl arrivals in the video.
Some highlights of the new shipment:
- Bob Dylan - S/T (LP) - 2nd Press from 1962, rare Mono version!
- Rolling Stones - Their Satanic Majesties Request (LP) - First Press with lenticular sleeve!
The Akron/Cleveland music scene of the late-70's was fertile ground for aspiring new wave and punk artists: Devo, Pere Ubu, The Pretenders, Dead Boys, Pagans, etc all cut their teeth in this scene. However, one of the most overlooked and under-appreciated artists of that time, 15-60-75 (The Numbers Band), quietly put out one of the best blues/rock/psych records ever made. Like their unusual name, The Numbers Band's sound is unique and hard to classify. It's hard-driving rhythm & blues with a punk attitude and a dischordant triple-saxophone attack. The band seems to...