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Duster

1975

    Y2K prepper-rock for the underemployed. Tracked at home in 1999, the 1975 EP expands on Stratosphere’s slacker-positive dreamscape, with layers of guitars both clean and fuzzy, humming organ, and— gasp!—a drum machine. Needle down, candles on.

    TRACK LISTING

    A1. Irato
    A2. Memphis Sophisticate
    A3. The Motion Picture
    B1. And Things (Are Mostly Ghosts)
    B2. August Relativity
    B3. Want No Light To Shine

    Pastor T.L. Barrett And The Youth For Christ Choir

    I Shall Wear A Crown

      A Civil Rights activist who marched alongside Jesse Jackson, preacher for Earth Wind & Fire, Stax recording artist, “Family Feud” contestant, Stephen Curry soundtracker, high school drop out, and Kanye samplee, Pastor T. L. Barrett stuffed a dozen lives into one. His signature 1971 spiritual soul jam “Like A Ship” has transcended its humble South Side Chicago beginnings, rediscovered by Leon Bridges and Beck and described by Radioheadʼs Colin Greenwood as “The most euphoric celebratory music that makes you want to jump around the house and explode with joy.” This box is the definitive statement on Barrettʼs two decades of recordings, 49 tracks spread across five LPs, including Like A Ship, Do Not Pass Me By Volume 1 & 2, I Found The Answer, plus a bonus album of singles and sermons, a 10,000 word blow-by-blow, and illustrated discography.

      TRACK LISTING

      I. Like A Ship (Without A Sail)
      1. Like A Ship
      2. Wonderful
      3. It’s Me O Lord
      4. Ever Since
      5. Nobody Knows
      6. Joyful Noise
      7. Medley
      8. Blessed Quietness

      II. Do Not Pass Me By Vol. II
      1. Jesus Is All The World To Me
      2. I Want To Be In Love With You
      3. Jesus, Lover Of My Soul
      4. O Sinner
      5. I Shall Wear A Crown
      6. Do Not Pass Me By
      7. Here I Am
      8. There Is Only One
      9. O What A Day
      10. No Not One

      III. Found The Answer
      1. Long (He’ll Wait For You)
      2. I Came To Jesus
      3. What Would You Give

      4. I Am So Glad
      5. Pray, Pray, Pray
      6. I Found The Answer
      7. Trouble And Strife
      8. He Rose (From The Grave)
      9. Shine On Me
      10. Turn On With Jesus

      IV. Do Not Pass Me By Vol. I
      1. Do Not Pass Me By
      2. After The Rain
      3. These Are The Words
      4. Father Stretch My Hands
      5. So Many Years
      6. You May Not Need Him
      7. Oh What A Day
      8. I Want To Be In Love

      V. Singles And Sermons
      1. Lord's Prayer
      2. Said It Long Time Ago
      3. My Country Tis Of Thee
      4. In The Old Time Way
      5. Jingle Bells Pt. I
      6. Nobody Knows
      7. Dry Bones In The Valley, Excerpt 1
      8. Dry Bones In The Valley, Excerpt 2
      9. Dry Bones In The Valley, Excerpt 3
      10. Dry Bones In The Valley, Excerpt 4
      11. How Would You Like To Have A Nice Hawaiian Punch?, Excerpt 1
      12. How Would You Like To Have A Nice Hawaiian Punch?, Excerpt 2
      13. How Would You Like To Have A Nice Hawaiian Punch?, Excerpt 3

      Karate

      Karate

        Underground rock festered and splintered as it spread through the U.S. in the mid-’90s, the alternative boom giving rise to microcosmic regional scenes singularly focused on feral powerviolence or screamo songs about breakfast. Boston’s Karate emerged as a force that could grip a national youth movement whose disparate tastes still commingled in the inky pages of fanzines overflowing with florid prose and on concert calendars for volunteer-run DIY spaces, community centers, and bowling alleys. In this world, Karate’s music was an enigma, one equally inviting to sneering punks and highfalutin indie-rock aficionados.Their 1996 self-titled debut, issued on Southern Records, set the standard.

        Lasooing together white-knuckle posthardcore tension, sharply focused slowcore serenity, and resplendent jazz complexity, Karate eschewed settling in any one definiable style. But they certainly used the language of punk to get their point across; occasionally, guitarist Geoff Farina abandons his warm, hushed cadences for a hoarse shout that made him sound ragged, intensifying an aggression that burst out with every snaggletoothed guitar riff or drum snap that went off like canonfire.

        Few followed their path—but who could keep up? Karate could make pensive moods blossom into feverish rollicking (“What Is Sleep?”), gracefully tip-toe around aggressive punk explosions without getting bent out of shape (“Bodies”), and stretch out

        slowcore’s quietest reveries till their reflective notes sound ripped from an improvisational jazz session (“Caffeine or Me?”). Karate formally introduced the trio as a vital part of an independent U.S. punk scene stubbornly flowering in the face of the major labels’ ’90s harvest.

        TRACK LISTING

        1. Gasoline
        2. If You Can Hold Your Breath
        3. Trophy
        4. What Is Sleep
        5. - - -
        6. Bad Tattoo
        7. Every Sister
        8. Bodies
        9. Caffeine Or Me?

        Blonde Redhead

        Blonde Redhead - Reissue

          Feral art rock from the gritty depths of ’90s Manhattan. Japanese-Italian guitar symphonies for 120 Minutes refugees and Keith Haring enthusiasts alike. Blonde Redhead’s self-titled 1995 debut, in print as a definitive single LP for the first time since… ever.

          “These songs combine a raw need, a ready access to neediness, with seemingly incongruous cinematic changes reminiscent of ‘60s Italian pop music and movie scores. They switch between emotional grandeur and eye scratching immediacy.” - Arto Lindsay.

          TRACK LISTING

          Side A
          A1 I Don’t Want U
          A2 Sciuri Sciura
          A3 Astro Boy
          A4 Without Feathers

          Side B
          B1 Snippet
          B2 Mama Cita
          B3 Swing Pool
          B4 Girl Boy

          Blonde Redhead

          La Mia Vita Violenta - Reissue

            Art-house kosmische from the battered basements of pre-9/11 New York. Polyrhythmic screamo for underemployed Gen-Xers and trust fund weed dealers alike. La Mia Vita Violenta, Blonde Redhead’s 1995 sophomore effort, in print as a definitive single LP for the first time since… ever.

            “These songs combine a raw need, a ready access to neediness, with seemingly incongruous cinematic changes reminiscent of ‘60s Italian pop music and movie scores. They switch between emotional grandeur and eye scratching immediacy.” - Arto Lindsay.

            TRACK LISTING

            Side A:
            A1 (I Am Taking Out My Eurotrash) I Still Get Rocks Off
            A2 Violent Life
            A3 U.F.O.
            A4 I Am There While You Choke On Me
            A5 Harmony

            Side B:
            B1 Down Under
            B2 Bean
            B3 Withdraw
            B4 Young Neil
            B5 10 Feet High
            B6 Jewel

            Ten Numero-minted, dance floor ready dive bombers from disco’s all-to-brief heyday, previously swept under rug by the whitewashed glitz and glam of the era. Chugging grooves, bubbling synths, soaring strings, and sonorous voices are guaranteed to light up your night, on living room rugs and dance floors alike.

            TRACK LISTING

            SIDE A
            01. Spirit Of Brotherhood - Go For It
            02. Billy Foster & Audio - I Need Your Love
            03. Sabata - Man For My Lady
            04. Great Lakes Orchestra - This Is The Night For Loving
            05. Karriem - I Love You
            SIDE B
            01. Lee Alfred - Rockin - Poppin Full Tilting
            02. Arnie Love & The Lovelettes - Stop And Make Up Your Mind
            03. Jackie Stoudemire - Flying High
            04. Uneda Dennard And The Shandells Band - Fantasy Ride
            05. Stephen Colebrooke - Shake Your Chic Behind 

            Jim Spencer & Angie Jarer

            Wrap Myself Up In Your Love

              After years in the SSW mines, the bookish Jim Spencer engaged cowriter Ed Tossing to create a hit, and turned out a song so catchy no less than two aspiring vocalists added it to their repertoire. Years later collectors finally took notice, and the late Spencer’s vision of popular music was finally vindicated. This limited 45 rpm edition of “Wrap Myself Up In Your Love” features Spencer on the A side, and a sexy take by Angie Jarée on the flip. The digital edition adds a slick and soulful rendition by Marshall Titus.

              TRACK LISTING

              Side A Jim Spencer “Wrap Myself Up In Your Love” (4:06)
              Side B Angie Jarée - “Wrap Myself Up In Your Love” (4:45)

              Noise Addict

              10,000 Kids With Guitars

                THIS IS A RECORD STORE DAY 2017 EXCLUSIVE, LIMITED TO ONE PER PERSON.

                Noise Addict: 10,000 Kids With Guitars

                What does teen spirit smell like, anyway? It might smell something like Noise Addict. Like the real life stars of some sort of choose-your-own-adventure book about pursuing rock stardom, few bands ever led a more charmed existence, springing from the Sydney suburb of Bondi into seemingly overnight international fame as friends and collaborators of Sonic Youth, Fugazi, and the Beastie Boys. Through a combination of relentless drive, luck, and an admirable lack of self-doubt, Noise Addict spanned puberty to surpass the haters and join Radio Birdman and Nick Cave as a strange but permanent piece of Australian punk history. Cover art doubles as a working chalk board (chalk not included).

                This title is a Record Store Day Exclusive.

                TRACK LISTING

                A
                1. Waves Of Love
                2. I Wish I Was Him (7” Version)
                3. Baby Shoes
                4. Phone Remedy
                5. Back In Your Life
                6. Mouthwash

                B
                1. Pop Queen
                2. My Sarong
                3. Meat
                4. Loner
                5. She Said
                6. My Reasoning

                C
                1. Wish I Was Him
                2. Body Scrabs & Bizzos
                3. Blemish
                4. 16
                5. The Frail Girl
                6. Jerk
                7. Exorcism Babe

                D
                1. Filthy
                2. Cuts So Deep
                3. Scared
                4. Girlfriend
                5. Know You Too Well
                6. Let’s Lynch The Landlord

                Various Artists

                Buttons: Starter Kit

                  This entry level compilation features 20 songs from our original 004 cd, plus two bonus cuts, new liners, tons of sleeve scans, photos, and ephemera, all housed in a spot varnished, brick-thick gatefold sleeve. Artists include New Jersey's Toms, Kennet, MO's Trend, NYC's Colors, Treble Boys, and Sponsors, Hollywood's Randy Winburn and Tommy Rock, Des Moines, IA's Luxury, San Antonio's Kids, Connecticut's Bats (featuring a young Jon Brion), and Boston's Tweeds. Attention: In celebration of our Buttons series, you can buy both NUM004 and NUM044 together with our limited edition Power Pop Buttons Pack. This pack includes 32 high quality buttons of varying sizes that feature artists from both Buttons compilations. Act fast because this set is limited to 100 and will never be made again.

                  TRACK LISTING

                  1. Green Hearts - Luxury
                  2. I Need That Record - Tweeds
                  3. All I Want - Colors
                  4. You Need Pop - Speedies
                  5. Like I Told You - Shoes
                  6. In And Out Of Love - Sponsors
                  7. Not My Girl Anymore - Bats
                  8. She's The Girl (Who Said No) - Tweeds
                  9. Somebody Else's Girl - Randy Winburn
                  10. One In A Million - Luxury
                  11. Sun - Toms
                  12. Countdown - Luxury
                  13. Rave It Up - Colors
                  14. 1-2-3 - Speedies
                  15. Hey Little Girl - Kids
                  16. Mr. Peculiar - Bats
                  17. (I Wanna Be A) Teen Again - Toms
                  18. Not Easy For Me - Bats
                  19. Julie-Anne - Treble Boys
                  20. Dream Rocker - Tommy Rock
                  21. Love I Can't Wait - Sponsors
                  22. Growing Up American - Colors
                  23. Hello Mr. Jenkins - Finns
                  24. Things I Am - Tactics
                  25. One Kiss - Treble Boys
                  26. She's Hi-Fi - Trend
                  27. Forever Through The Sun - LMNOP
                  28. Good Time Music - Jack Stack A Track
                  29. Sunshine U.S.A. - Randy Winburn
                  30. House Of Horrors - Toms
                  31. Long Time Away - Brat
                  32. There Goes My Heart Again - Kids
                  33. (I Feel Like A) Dictionary - Trend

                  Various Artists

                  Cult Cargo - Grand Bahama Goombay

                    The second in Numero's series of exploration into the pan-American funk experience, "Cult Cargo - Grand Bahama Goombay" is a deep overview of Funky Nassau's red-headed sister city, Freeport, GBI. From 1969-1976 Frank Penn's GBI studio and label cranked out a dozen LPs and twice as many singles infected with the Miami sounds drifting in over the 100 mile strait. The catalog is a fruity blend of rake and scrape, bush, junkanoo, calypso, reggae, and of course, goombay, with a twist of American soul.

                    Catherine Howe

                    What A Beautiful Place

                      The first ever compact disc issue of Catherine Howe's brilliant debut album. Produced by legendary jazz pianist Bobby Scott, the album is a pastoral blend of English countryside folk and London orchestral pop, not unlike "Bryter Layter" or "North Star Grassman And The Ravens". Originally released on Reflection Records in 1971, the much sought after album disappeared before ever hitting the racks. Booklet includes half a dozen unpublished photos and an annotated history of the LP's brief existence. This fully remastered album includes an unearthed bonus track originally intended to be included on the album.


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