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QJuly 2018 ... Magazine
Bauer (UK), 2018. New Copy ... $10.49
Wolf Alice on the cover – billed as "Britain's best young band" – in an issue that looks at the return of The Streets, Shame and Goat Girl on the road, and Novelist and the new wave of grime in London! There's also articles on Shirley Manson, Johnny Marr, Frank Turner, Years & Years, and Massive Attack – plus 25 pages of record reviews, and lots more too! Magazine

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✨✧ VariousFallen Angels – Original Soundtrack ... CD
EMI (Taiwan), 1993. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Soundtrack to the Wong Kar Wai film with pieces by Massive Attack. CD
(Out of print. Includes obi.)

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✨✧ QueenGame ... LP
Elektra, 1980. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
One of their biggest LPs, this one hardly needs any introduction from us, with the massive hit "Another One Bites The Dust", that appeals to beat diggers and mullet-headed rockers alike! Also includes "Dragon Attack", "Play The Game", "Need Your Loving Tonight", "Crazy Little Thing Called Love", "Rock It (prime jive)", "Don't Try Suicide" and "Sail Away Sweet Sister". LP, Vinyl record album
(Includes the printed inner sleeve. Cover has light wear.)

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✨✧ Linval ThompsonDub Landing Volume 1 (2CD version – with bonus tracks) ... CD
Greensleeves, 1982. New Copy 2CD ... Out Of Stock
A dub landing of massive proportions – served up here on some classic early 80s work by Scientist, who's really making magic in the studio with the sounds of the Roots Radics Band! The tunes are stark, sharp, and very focused – and at some level, the mixologist is maybe keeping himself a bit more in check – to allow for some rootsy currents to flow through, and give the music a surprisingly soulful vibe from time to time – even when the echo's booted up a bit, and spacey sounds start to filter into the mix. Titles on this first volume include "Attack", "Beaming", "Invaders", "Landing", "Vulcan", "Black Out", "Time Passage", and "Galaxy". Plus, this version features a bonus disc with the original vocal cuts behind the dubs – with titles that include "Jah Is My Light" and "Unfaithful Children" by Al Campbell, "Everyday Rain" by Wayne Wade, "Love Is What The World Wants" by Barry Brown, "Too Poor" by Barrington Levy, and "Redemption Song" by Tristan Palma. CD

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✨✧ Linval ThompsonDub Landing Volume 1 (2LP version – with bonus tracks) ... LP
Greensleeves, 1982. New Copy 2LP ... Out Of Stock
A dub landing of massive proportions – served up here on some classic early 80s work by Scientist, who's really making magic in the studio with the sounds of the Roots Radics Band! The tunes are stark, sharp, and very focused – and at some level, the mixologist is maybe keeping himself a bit more in check – to allow for some rootsy currents to flow through, and give the music a surprisingly soulful vibe from time to time – even when the echo's booted up a bit, and spacey sounds start to filter into the mix. Titles on this first volume include "Attack", "Beaming", "Invaders", "Landing", "Vulcan", "Black Out", "Time Passage", and "Galaxy". Plus, this version features a bonus disc with the original vocal cuts behind the dubs – with titles that include "Jah Is My Light" and "Unfaithful Children" by Al Campbell, "Everyday Rain" by Wayne Wade, "Love Is What The World Wants" by Barry Brown, "Too Poor" by Barrington Levy, and "Redemption Song" by Tristan Palma. LP, Vinyl record album
(Includes poster!)

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✨✧ VariousDiggin Greenseleeves – Mixed By Muro ... CD
Greensleeves (Japan), Late 70s/1980s. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
The King Of Diggin takes on one of the greatest record labels of the second generation of reggae – and turns in a massive mix of 30 tracks from the catalog of Greensleeves Records! We've heard plenty of DJ Muro skills over the years on hip hop, funky jazz, and classic soul – but here, he really surprises us with his ear for Jamaican music – and works together a beautiful mix of tracks with echoey brilliance, and a very strong bottom-end sound. The shift in Muro's style is wonderful – and, like all of his other mixes, further illuminates music we already love in the first place! Titles include "Lover Man" by Triston Palma, "Noah's Ark" by Eek A Mouse, "Bam Bam" by Cocoa Tea, "Boom Shack A Lack" by Junior Reid, "Attack On Ganymede" by Prince Jammy, "Run Run Run" by Capital Letters, "Nah Follow No Fashion" by Sugar Minott, "Modern Slavery" by Wailing Souls, "Hold On To What You Got" by Michael Prophet, "Ice Cream Love (dub)" by Johnny Osbourne, "Red River Dub" by The Revolutionaries, "Love It Like A Light Post" by Ranking Joe, and "King Champion" by Frankie Paul. CD
 
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WhoLive At The Fillmore East 1968 ... CD
Universal, 1968. New Copy 2CDs ... $27.99 28.98
Let's just begin by saying that this album features a 33 minute version of "My Generation"! We probably don't even need to say more, but we will exclaim that this is a searing little live set from The Who – one that comes on with the same sort of power as their legendary Live At Leeds album! The group were already a groundbreaking force in the studio, but during the last few years of the 60s, their fame rocketed massively in concert – thanks to completely unbridled work like this – with Pete Townshend flailing fantastically on guitar, and Keith Moon completely attacking the drums – all while Roger Daltrey could hold things tight with his hypnotic role in the lead. Keep in mind that it was during the live shows when Townshend and Moon would destroy their instruments – which they certainly must have during the album's 33 minute version of "My Generation" – presented here next to tracks that include "Tattoo", "Relax", "I'm A Boy", "A Quick One", "My Way", "C'Mon Everybody", "Boris The Spider", "Fortune Teller", "I Can't Explain", "Happy Jack", and "Little Billy". Never-issued recordings, produced by Kit Lambert – and a great addition to the catalog! CD
Also available Live At The Fillmore East 1968 (3LP set) ... LP 43.99

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WhoLive At The Fillmore East 1968 (3LP set) ... LP
Universal, 1968. New Copy 3LP Gatefold ... $43.99 49.99
Let's just begin by saying that this album features a 33 minute version of "My Generation"! We probably don't even need to say more, but we will exclaim that this is a searing little live set from The Who – one that comes on with the same sort of power as their legendary Live At Leeds album! The group were already a groundbreaking force in the studio, but during the last few years of the 60s, their fame rocketed massively in concert – thanks to completely unbridled work like this – with Pete Townshend flailing fantastically on guitar, and Keith Moon completely attacking the drums – all while Roger Daltrey could hold things tight with his hypnotic role in the lead. Keep in mind that it was during the live shows when Townshend and Moon would destroy their instruments – which they certainly must have during the album's 33 minute version of "My Generation" – presented here next to tracks that include "Tattoo", "Relax", "I'm A Boy", "A Quick One", "My Way", "C'Mon Everybody", "Boris The Spider", "Fortune Teller", "I Can't Explain", "Happy Jack", and "Little Billy". Never-issued recordings, produced by Kit Lambert – and a great addition to the catalog! LP, Vinyl record album
Also available Live At The Fillmore East 1968 ... CD 27.99
 
 
 



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