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Used - LP - MRG463
2013 LE Original. ... more
Black Night / Speed King
Used - 7 - R7-547362
2015 Blue vinyl 7" 45rpm. RSD 45th Anniversary Of 4,500 Copies. ... more
Iron Horse / Born To Lose
New - 7 - CLO2018
New 45rpm 7" In Textured Sleeve & Heavy Plastic Sleeve With Hype Sticker. Only 500 Copies Of This Silver Vinyl. ... more
New - LP - 00602438106417
Sealed 2021, Standard Black Vinyl Edition. Housed In A Gatefold Jacket, With Custom Inner Sleeves And Liner Notes. "Olivia Rodrigo Became The Brightest New Pop Star Of 2021 With "Driver's License," The Single That Broke Streaming Records And Kicked Off A String Of Number One Hits. It's Easy To Hear Why The Song Was So Popular: As She Sang About The Plans That Fall Apart In The Wake Of A Breakup And The Sheer Magnitude Of Her Very First Heartbreak, The Rawness In Rodrigo's Voice And Lyrics Spoke To Those Her Own Age And Provided Some Potent Flashbacks For Those A Little -- Or A Lot -- Older Than Her. On The Rest Of Her Debut Album Sour, She Delivers On The Potential Of That Blockbuster Single And Then Some. Rodrigo Nails What It's Like To Be 17, Heartbroken, And Frustrated, And Updates The Traditions Of The Sharp-eyed And Sharp-tongued Songwriters Before Her For Generation Z. Like Her Hero Taylor Swift, She's Got A Flair For Details And A Willingness To Share Every Aspect Of Her Heartache, Even (Or Especially) The Bitter Side Of It; On "Happier," She Sings To Her Ex, "I Hope You're Happy/but Don't Be Happier." Her Ability To Pair A Sizeable Amount Of Disdain With Equally Big Hooks Recalls Lorde On The Slinky Self-loathing Of "Jealousy, Jealousy," And There Are Even Shades Of Alanis Morissette's Jagged, Jilted Younger Woman In "Deja Vu"'s Hyper-literate Litany Of Tarnished Memories. Rodrigo Expands On "Driver's License" With Similarly Barbed And Self-aware Power Ballads Like "Traitor," Which Captures The Pain When An Ex Rebounds More Quickly Than Expected, And With The Folky Introspection Of "Favorite Crime," Where She Reflects On How Her Desperation To Hang Onto A Relationship Made Her Culpable In Her Own Pain. However, Sour Might Be Even More Vital When Rodrigo Lashes Out On The Album's Rock-tinged Songs. She Revels In Her Anger On "Good 4 U"'s Sneering Verses And Pogo-ing Choruses, Letting The Drum Rolls Build Up A Head Of Steam That The Riffs Unleash, And Begins The Album With A Surprisingly Punky Blast Of Angst On "Brutal," Where She Tears Down The Idealization Of Teenage Years ("I'm So Sick Of Seventeen/where's My Fuckin' Teenage Dream?") Over Guitars That Are The Musical Equivalent Of An Eyeroll. Moments Like These Lend Another Exciting Dimension To Her Music, Even If She Takes A Few Steps Beyond The Rest Of The Album's Fury On The Tender Closing Track "Hope Ur Ok." Rodrigo Wants To Be Taken Seriously As A Songwriter, And She Should Be -- Her Combination Of Sweet Melodies And Bitter Moods, Her Conversational Flow, And Her Self-awareness Are All Skills Many Songwriters Twice Her Age Would Love To Call Their Own, And They Make Sour A Well-rounded Emotional Journey And Strong Debut Album." Sour Review By Heather Phares ... more
Used - LP - CS 9964
1970 US Original, Santa Maria Pressing With Columbia Company Inner. VG+ With Light Inner Sleeve Scuffing, Housed In A Vibrant "Uni-Pal" Gatefold Jacket. Cut Corner. "By The Time Paul Revere & The Raiders Got Around To Recording Collage, The Original Group Was Down To Revere And Singer Mark Lindsay, Who Not Only Produced But Wrote Or Co-Wrote Nine Of The 11 Songs On This Album. In A Last Ditch Effort To Distance Themselves From Their Firmly Entrenched Am Radio/Singles Band Image, The Group Was Simply Billed As The "Raiders," With This Incarnation Including Guitarists-Singers Keith Allison And Freddy Weller, A Formidable Combination Of Talent. In The Rush To Embrace The Musical Changes In The Air And On The Air, The Raiders Finally Produced Their "Psychedelic" Album. There's A Pantsload Of Fuzzy Guitar Noodling, Time Signature Changes, Groovy Horn Charts À La Blood, Sweat & Tears, Trippy Headphone Cross-fading, And Other Hip Production Techniques Of The Time, All Popping In And Out Of The Album Like The Ear-Candy It Was Meant To Be. The Lyrical Focus Skitters Between Be-One-With-The-Band/Life-On-The-Road Exploits And Hippie Sloganeering And Social-Consciousness Raising, With A Solid Version Of Laura Nyro's "Save The Country" Kicking Off The Album. Of Special Interest Is The Later Redo Of "Gone-Movin' On," Which Had Appeared On An Earlier Paul Revere & The Raiders Album, Revolution!, In A Totally Different Version And Arrangement. While Fans Of The Bands' Early Hit 45s Should Avoid This Album Like The Plague, Completists And True Believers Will Definitely Want To Add It To Their Collections." AMG - Cub Koda. ... more
Used - LP - 104
1980 US Original, Small Pressing Ring Variant. Light Sleeve Scuff. ... more
Someday We'll Look Back
Used - LP - SW-80835
1971 Capitol Records Club Pressing, Still In Shrink. Nice VG++ Copy. Produced By Ken Nelson; String Arrangements By Larry Muhoberac. "Someday We'll Look Back Is A Terrific Early-'70s LP From Merle Haggard, One That Showcases Not Only His Exceptional Songwriting Skills, But Also His Rich, Subtle Eclectism. Much Of The Album Is Given Over To Ballads, Including Both Lush, String-laden Country-Pop Crossovers And Simple, Folky Tunes, But There Are Also Hints Of Twangy Bakersfield Honky-Tonk And Blues, As Well As Western Swing. But What Really Makes The Record So Distinctive Is The Quality Of The Material. Haggard's Original Songs--including "Someday We'll Look Back," "Tulare Dust," "I'd Rather Be Gone," "One Sweet Hello"--Are Uniformly Excellent, While He Invests Considerable Emotion Into Covers Of Tommy Collins' "Carolyn," Dallas Frazier And Elizabeth Montgomery's "California Cottonfields," And Roger Miller's "Train Of Life." The Result Is One Of The Finest Albums He Ever Recorded." AMG - Stephen Thomas Erlewine. ... more
50,000,000 Elvis Fans Can't Be Wrong - Elvis' Gold Records - Volume 2
Used - LP - 07863-67463-1
1997 US Reissue, Still In Shrink With Custom Hype Sticker. Vinyl Glossy Excellent Condition, One Ding On Jacket Mouth Opening. ... more
The Searchers
Used - LP - SRK 6082
1979 US Original Pressing; Winchester Plant. VG+ Copy With Seam Rubs And Shelf Scuff. Comes With The Custom Inner Sleeve. The Debut Release On Sire Records From The Merseybeat Veterans. Recorded At Rockfield Studios, Produced By Pat Moran. ... more
New - LP - AFM1-5182
Sealed1984 Pressing From Songs Recorded In 1956. Saw Cut. ... more

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