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X Ray PopPirate (The Black K7) – The Dark Side Of The X ... LP
Finders Keepers/Cache Cache (UK), 1985. New Copy .... $22.99
Dark 80s electronics from X Ray Pop – a record that has all the freaky, fuzzy touches of some of the best work coming out of the North of England in the late 70s – but was recorded a few years later, and originally only issued as a limited edition cassette tape! That format is the only reason the record never got wider acclaim at the time – as it's a corker, and would easily have become one of the best-remembered electro-trash sets of the time – punky in attitude, but electro in presentation – and topped with some surprisingly sweet French language vocals from the lovely Zouka Dzaza. Doc Pilot handles all the keyboards and beats – and titles include "Chapeau Volant", "Bobby Bonbek", "Nana Electronique", "Nous Sommes", "Gogol Le Mongol", "Funky Cat", and "Cobaye". LP, Vinyl record album
Also available Pirate (The Black K7) – The Dark Side Of The X ... CD 16.99

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New Stereophonic Space Sound UnlimitedStereophonic Space Sound Unlimited Play Lost TV Themes (with download) ... LP
Mai Tai, 1997. New Copy .... Out Of Stock
Classic 60s-styled instrumental rock – served up here in a mode that's somewhere between the early work of The Ventures, and some of the cooler lounge records of the time! The group's heavy on guitars, and uses a fair bit of Hammond organ too – and the tunes definitely have the mod feel you might guess from their name and the cover – plus the cool, groovy focus that we love in rare 60s TV themes too! Most numbers seem to be originals by the group, but resonate with a quality level to match the best vintage crime or spy themes – and titles include "Space Mission Number 1", "The Bossa Nova Squad", "Black Cat Mystery", "Shark Surfin Girl", "Revenge Of The Belly Dancer", and "Korla Rides Again". LP, Vinyl record album
(Includes bonus download, too!)
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Billy Bragg & WilcoMermaid Avenue Vol 2 (180 gram pressing) (2013 Black Friday Release) ... LP
Elektra, 2000. New Copy 2 LP Gatefold .... $39.99
The second volume in Billy Bragg & Wilco's Mermaid Avenue series – dedicated to bringing to life unfinished Woody Guthrie tunes – thanks to Woody's daughter Nora inviting them to work with Guthrie's lyrics, penned throughout his life, but never finished as recorded songs. Bragg's take is straight-forward, strong-voiced folk, and Wilco takes creative twists and turns with their versions, making for a compellingly diverse bunch of songs. Includes "Airline To Heaven", "Feed Of Man", "Hot Rod Hotel", "I Was Born", "Remember The Mountain Bed", "Meanest Man", "Somebody Some Morning Sometime", "Joe DiMaggio Done It Again", "Blood Of The Lamb" and more. LP, Vinyl record album
Also available Mermaid Avenue Vol 2 ... CD 4.99

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Marianne FaithfullCome My Way (180 gram pressing – with bonus CD) ... LP
Decca/Lilith, 1965. New Copy (reissue).... $24.99 30.99
The striking debut of Marianne Faithfull – a complicated mix of folk and pop styles, with a spooky other-worldly sound that's impossible to describe accurately! Marianne's voice has a trilling quality that makes it sound at once ancient and innocent – handled here with lightly drifting backings that create an eerie mood on some of the album's best songs. The set was arranged and produced by Jon Mark – and titles include "Come My Way", "Jaberwock", "Portland Town", "Spanish Is A Living Tongue", "Full Fathom Five", "Down In The Sally Garden", and "Black Girl". LP, Vinyl record album
(Comes with a full bonus CD of the album, too!)

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New Jethro TullBenefit (180 gram vinyl) (2013 Black Friday Release) ... LP
Chrysalis, 1970. New Copy (reissue).... Out Of Stock
An early gem from Jethro Tull – and a set that has the group really reaching forth with some of their more complicated, jazz-based musical impulses – while still holding onto some of the rawer power of the early days too! The album's lesser-known than some of the group's earlier hits – which may well make it even fresher all these many years later – a really stunning set of sounds that showcases the newly lyrical sensibility of Ian Anderson – both vocally and on flute – as well as the searing guitar of Martin Barre, which was really becoming a core element of the group at this point. Titles include "For Michael Collins Jefferey & Me", "Inside", "Play In Time", "Sossity You're A Woman", "With You There To Help Me", and "Nothing To Say". LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited numbered edition of 3000 copies.)
Also available Benefit ... LP 14.99

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New TomsToms ... LP
Black Sheep, 1979. New Copy (reissue).... Out Of Stock
A rare slice of power pop from the end of the 70s – just the kind of indie label gem that makes the genre so great! In a world where so many other groups were getting punky or quirky, The Toms keep things tight and right – really focusing on catchy melodies and well-penned rhythms – delivered with a simple, straightforward approach that's free from gimmicks, but plenty darn compelling. Lyrics are pretty fresh, but also have a sort of "instant classic" feel – making you wonder if you'd heard the songs before, given the way they grab you right away. Titles include "Let's Be Friends Again", "You Must Have Crossed My Mind", "Other Boys Do", "The Door", "It's Needless", "The Flame", "Think About Me", and "Better Than Anyone Else". LP, Vinyl record album

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New CaseBlackwood ... LP
RPC/Lion, 1971. New Copy .... Out Of Stock
An unusual little set from Pennsylvania's Case – a group who were decidedly younger and maybe geekier than some of their heady contemporaries in the early 70s underground – and who come across here with a garagey vibe that maybe recalls indie sets from the decade before! The album was recorded on a four track in the group's school music classroom over Christmas break – which gives the whole thing a nice sense of "room", and a relatively live feel – more like you were catching these youthful cats starting to practice before a gig. Titles include "Crystal Ball", "Coming Home", "Ali On The Run", "Lover", "Out Of It", and "Someday". LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited to 500 copies.)

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New JT IVCosmic Lighting ... LP
Drag City, Late 70s/Early 80s. New Copy (reissue).... Out Of Stock
Wonderful sounds from the Chicago underground of the late 70s and early 80s – music that isn't really punk, or power pop, or any of the styles that seemed to break big on the Windy City at that point – but instead a really personal batch of homegrown recordings from John Henry Timms IV! The tunes have a bit of fuzz, but no real psych – just enough appeal to interest the Galactic Zoo cats to co-release these gems with Drag City. But to our ears, there's just lots of Chicago in the mix – from the lyrics of "Waiting For The CTA", a song that could be an anthem for half the staff here at Dusty Groove – to the slight sneer and sarcasm in some of the other vocals – masking the earnest sense of humanity and confusion that lurk deeper down in the lyrics. The set's a wonderful illustration of all the greatness Chicago had to offer in the shadow of Big Black and Naked Raygun – and titles include "Waiting For The CTA", "Death Trip", "Destructo Rock", "The Monitors", "Song For Suzanne", and "One Fine Day With The Karma Man". LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited to 500 copies – with bonus insert and DVD!)

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New Violent FemmesHallowed Ground (180 gram pressing) ... LP
Slash/4 Men With Beards, 1984. New Copy (reissue).... Out Of Stock
Pure greatness from The Violent Femmes – only the trio's second album, but a set that already has them expanding their sound greatly! They've still got all the raw power of their debut – and Gordon Gano's vocals sound nastier than ever – but they've also picked up a lot more instruments, too – including some folksy elements that are mixed with punkier impulses – all at a level that complicates the groove, and really creates a lot more variety in the structure of their songs! A few guests round out the instrumentation – but the real charm is still mostly from the trio, and especially Gano – whose lead vocals are some of the most unique in music at the time – as is his conception of a song. Titles include the excellent "Country Death Song", plus "I Hear The Rain", "Jesus Walking On The Water", "Hallowed Ground", "Sweet Misery Blues", "Black Girls", "It's Gonna Rain", and "I Know It's True But I'm Sorry To Say". LP, Vinyl record album