Legends Never Die!
Vinyl LP pressing, More stunning live material to come out of the vaults... Ian Curtis and company recorded this live at the legendary Les Bains Douches in Paris on December 18th, 1979. Containing great versions of "Love Will Tear Us Apart", "Shadowplay", "Atmosphere", "Transmission", and more, this is one of the most classic live sets of the group's storied career.
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Record Store Day brings eleven artists together to celebrate the life and music of Leonard Cohen, with proceeds of the sales of each album going to Pablove, an organization devoted to fighting childhood cancer with love.
01 Who By Fire (Glen Hansard) 02 Chelsea Hotel #2 (Terry Reid) 03 Treaty (Avi Buffalo) 04 Everybody Knows (Joseph Arthur) 05 I'm Your Man (Cherry Glazerrw/Mike Watt) 06 The Partisan (Matt Costa) 07 Did I Ever Love You (Korey Dane) 08 Bird On A Wire (Leeann Skoda) 09 Steer Your Way (Matthew Ryan) 10 Dance Me To The End Of Love (Jay Buchanan) 11 So Long, Marianne (Donovan)
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The album is the biggest selling in the band's illustrious catalog, with sales surpassing twelve million copies since its 1993 release. The album contains nineteen classics including 'American Girl,' 'Refugee,' 'Don't Come Around Here No More' and many others. The collection also features the singles from Tom Petty's solo album Full Moon Fever including 'Free Fallin,' 'I Won't Back Down' and 'Runnin' Down A Dream.' Rounding out the track listing are 'Mary Jane's Last Dance' and a cover of Thunderclap Newman's 'Something In The Air' which were first made available on this hits collection.
One of three Record Store Day David Bowie releases this year in honor of the man who changed the world. This one features rare German album artwork on a picture disc. Limited to 5,000.
1. The Width of a Circle
2. All the Madmen
3. Black Country Rock
4. After All
5. Running Gun Blues
6. Saviour Machine
7. She Shook Me Cold
8. The Man Who Sold the World
9. The Supermen
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Originally released in 1958 on Sun Records, Johnny Cash's second album was a smash success, with singles such as "I Walk The Line", "Guess Things Happen That Way", and "Ballad of a Teenage Queen" shooting to the top of the charts and earning Cash a reputation as one of country's greatest songwriters and performers. The Man In Black is accompanied by Luther Perkins and Marshall Grant, known at the time as The Tennessee Two. The album was produced by Sun Records founder, Sam Phillips, and Jack Clement. Pressed on Sunrise Yellow color vinyl, this Indie Exclusive version is limited to 300 copies and only available at independent record stores.
Bohemian Rhapsody is a foot-stomping celebration of Queen, their music & their extraordinary lead singer Freddie Mercury. Defying stereotypes and shattering convention, Freddie became one of the most beloved entertainers on the planet. The film traces the meteoric rise of the band with their iconic songs and revolutionary sound through to Live Aid, becoming of the greatest performances in the history of rock music.
This Record Store Day 2018 release contains early mixes for the Ramones second album Leave Home, laid to tape in 1976 by original engineer/mixer Ed Stasium. The tracks were previously only available on CD in the 40th Anniversary Edition Leave Home Deluxe Box, and are now appearing for the first time on vinyl! 180g vinyl, with individually numbered die cut sleeves, featuring images from the original Sundragon Sessions tape boxes. Worldwide run of 10,000
New Live Collection Features Nine Unreleased Performances From The Early Ď90s, Presenting What The Next Grateful Dead Studio Album May Have Been.
The collection focuses on the best unreleased live versions of these late-period gems, all mastered from the original digital soundboard tapes. Recorded live between 1992 and 1995, READY OR NOT spotlights performance by the final Grateful Dead lineup: Jerry Garcia, Mickey Hart, Bill Kreutzmann, Phil Lesh, Bob Weir, and new keyboardist Vince Welnick.
Includes 1968 mix, 1971 mix and 7 live tracks from Winterland 10/22/67: