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Jack WhiteLazaretto (180 gram vinyl – with download and 2 vinyl-only hidden tracks) ... LP
Third Man, 2014. New Copy ... $24.99
The most stylistically sprawling record yet from Jack White! White's trajectory from Detroit garage-blues-punk wunderkind to Nashville record biz provocateur/label magnate is pretty damn impressive – and he really lets his far-reaching impulses fly on Lazzaretto. Unpredictable twists and turns abound, but it's all held together by an undercurrent of pummeling, unpretentious rock and roll, with a rootsy swagger. Ever upping the ante on hella cool vinyl releases, Lazarretto is a 3-speed "Ultra LP" – with a 33 1/3 main track list, and 2 hidden tracks beneath the center labels, one that plays at 45 and one that plays at 78. Oh, and also a hologram visual effect. We're thinking that maybe his next record will summon a genie that grants you 3 wishes. Titles include "Three Women", "Lazaretto", "Temoprary Ground", "Would You Fight For My Love?", "High Ball Stepper", "Just One Drink", "Alone In My Home", That Black Bat Licorice", "Entitlement", "I Think I Found The Culprit" and "Want And Able". LP, Vinyl record album
(A 3-speed "Ultra LP" – with 2 vinyl-only tracks hidden beneath the center labels – one that plays at 78 RPM, and one at 45 RPM! Also includes album download.)

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Neil YoungOfficial Release Series Discs 5-8 (4LP 180 gram pressing) (2014 Black Friday Release) ... LP
Reprise, 1973/1974/1975. New Copy 4LPs ... $159.99
4 classic-level Neil Young LPs – On The Beach, Time Fades Away, Tonights The Night and Zuma – all on 180 gram vinyl. Neil's well-known fastidiousness with his own catalog is on full display here – as each LP is pressed at Pallas Mfg Germany, because of its reputation as "the world's premiere pressing plant" – and all carefully remastered from the original analogue recordings. The goal here was to make these pivotal LPs look and sound better than ever – and they may have succeeded! Creatively, Neil is right at the top of his game – with 4 classic LPs from 1973 to '75, starting with the LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ Afghan WhigsGentleman (3 X 180 gram vinyl deluxe edition) (2014 Black Friday Release) ... LP
Elektra, 1993. New Copy 3 LPs ... Out Of Stock
One of great rock albums on the early 90s – bringing raw, complicated carnality to the angsty rock scene of the time, and a record that pretty much cemented the band's repututation! This 2014 special edition is a 3LPs, 180 gram vinyl box set – with loads of early demos! Comes with a foiled cover, and includes reproductions of promotional items from the original 1993 release – including 1 of 5 different 8 X 10 B&W promo photos, a 2X 5 sticker w/the Afghan Whigs "Stax" logo & the famous Do Not Disturb plastic doorhanger! LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ Velvet UndergroundLive MCMXCIII (4LP colored vinyl) (2014 Black Friday Release) ... LP
Sire, 1993. New Copy 4LP Gatefold (reissue)... Out Of Stock
The Velvet Underground live in 1993 – something we never would have expected a decade before, and a performance that's gone onto have more permanence in the group's catalog over the years! The concert's recorded in Paris, with a quartet lineup that reunites John Cale with the group – Lou Reed, Sterling Morrison, and Moe Tucker – and while there's not as many freaky longform jams as you might find in the Robert Quine tapes from the early years, there's still some surprisingly nice longer tracks that really open up some tunes – including "Heroin", "Some Kinda Love", "The Gift", "Rock & Roll", and "Hey Mr Rain". Lots more nice moments too – including "Velvet Nursery Rhyme", "Black Angels Death Song", "Femme Fatale", "Beginning To See The Light", "Afterhours", and "Venus In Furs". LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited Edition of 7500 copies – deep blue vinyl, and 4LPs!)
 
 
 



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