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Psychic TVThemes 2 ... LP
Temple (UK), 1987. Near Mint- ... $16.99
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Psychic TV/La LooraBerlin Atonal Vol 2 ... LP
Atonal (Germany), 1984. Near Mint- ... $13.99
LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a mark from sticker removal on front, and a small sticker on back.)

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New HTRKPsychic 9-5 Club ... CD
Ghostly International, 2014. Used ... Out Of Stock
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(Barcode has some marker.)
 
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Husker DuNew Day Rising ... CD
SST, 1985. Used ... $7.99
A seminal 80s midwest punk record, one we'd hope needs hardly introduction from us, even if this isn't the sort of album that we'd call our stock in trade. One of the LPs that put Minneapolis at the center of the North American rock universe during the 80s, perhaps not as well known as what Prince was doing at the time, but with hindsight easily as influential! Relive the salad days of punk rock with 15 anthems from Mould, Hart and Norton, including "New Day Rising", "Girl Who Lives On Heaven Hill", "I Apologize", "Folk Lore", "If I Told You", "Celebrated Summer", "Perfect Example", "Terms Of Psychic Warfare", "59 Times The Pain", "Powerline" and "Plans I Make". CD
(Out of print.)

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VariousElectroconvulsive Therapy Vol 1 (180 gram splatter vinyl) ... LP
Medical, Early 80s. New Copy ... $19.99
A killer collection of early 80s electronic numbers – most of them in a post-punk sort of style, but often with a bit of a dancefloor groove as well! Most of these cuts were issued only on rare 7" singles – and are brought together here by the wonderful talents of Medical Records – a label we've really come to trust for obscure 80s electronica! The work here lies in an underground far below the best early material of artists like Cabaret Voltaire or Human League – and the package brings together cuts from both sides of the Atlantic, all material we'd never have heard otherwise (and we actually used to buy this sort of stuff, back in the day!) Titles include "The Future Now" by Psychic Youth, "Let's Get Together" by Shazam, "Kwai Systeme" by Arto, "Le Chorale" by The Electronic Circus, "Betty Boop" by Arto, "Maske" by Berliner Strasse, and "Duty Calls" by Aaah. LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited edition – pressed on totally cool vinyl!)

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VariousHeavy Metal – Music From The Motion Picture ... LP
Asylum, 1981. Very Good 2LP Gatefold ... $2.99
Overblown rock from an overblown cartoon – with cuts that include "Reach Out" by Cheap Trick, "Heavy Metal" by Sammy Hagar, "Veteran Of The Psychic Wars" by Blue Oyster Cult, "Mob Rules" by Black Sabbath, "True Companion" by Donald Fagen, and "Working In The Coal Mine" by Devo. LP, Vinyl record album
(Includes original inner sleeves. Cover has some wear.)

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New Simon JonesMelanie & Me ... LP
Strawberry Rain, 1975. New Copy (reissue)... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Really spare, laidback sounds from Simon Jones – material used in a mid 70s Australian film, but a record that's more than strong enough to stand on its own! Jones has this trippy style, but one with a bit of an edge, too – kind of a long-haired version of folk with fuzz, but recorded with some echo too – in a mode that almost feels more like it's from the generation of Spaceman 3 and Nikki Sudden than you'd guess from the time. The harmonics in the guitar are really wonderful – really get to the core of the songs' appeal right from the start – with a psychic focus that's undeniable, even given the looseness of the tunes. The set features both male and female vocals, but seems to offer more guitar more than anything else – and titles include "Welcome", "Goodbye", "Nine To Five", "You By Me", and "Relax". LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited pressing of 500 copies.)

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New Simon JonesMelanie & Me ... CD
Strawberry Rain, 1975. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Really spare, laidback sounds from Simon Jones – material used in a mid 70s Australian film, but a record that's more than strong enough to stand on its own! Jones has this trippy style, but one with a bit of an edge, too – kind of a long-haired version of folk with fuzz, but recorded with some echo too – in a mode that almost feels more like it's from the generation of Spaceman 3 and Nikki Sudden than you'd guess from the time. The harmonics in the guitar are really wonderful – really get to the core of the songs' appeal right from the start – with a psychic focus that's undeniable, even given the looseness of the tunes. The set features both male and female vocals, but seems to offer more guitar more than anything else – and titles include "Welcome", "Goodbye", "Nine To Five", "You By Me", and "Relax". CD
 
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New Yusef LateefPsychicemotus ... CD
Impulse, 1965. Used ... Out Of Stock
A very unusual album for Yusef Lateef – and that's saying quite a lot, given how quirky most of his work can be! The session has Lateef exploring both rootsy and modern modes – working in a unique quartet that features George Arvanitas on piano, Reggie Workman on bass, and legendary New Orleans musician James Black on drums and assorted percussion. Arvanitas has an excellent style with a very dark edge, and his playing is augmented strongly here by Workman's exploratory basslines, and Black's creatively rhythmic way of approaching the percussion. The whole thing's a very moody session, with a subdued sound, and a nice edgey approach to the material that differs nicely from some of Lateef's other recordings – an earthy feel that grabs the listener from the very first track. Yusef plays flute, tenor, and other wind instruments – and tracks include "Psychicetmotus", "Medula Sonata", "Semiocto", and a version of Satie's "First Gymnopedie". CD
 
 
 



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