Brian Jonestown Massacre

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

And This Is Our Music
New - LP - TPE 052
Sealed 2003 2LP Gatefold Original. more
Aufheben
New Import - AUK023LP
Sealed 2018 180gm 2LP Gatefold Reissue. more
Bravery Repetition And Noise
New Release - AUK 003
Factory Sealed 2008 180gm Gatefold Vinyl. Originally Released In 2001 And Now Reissued On "A Records", Frontman Anton Newcombe's Own Record Label, "Bravery, Repetition And Noise" Is Available Again On Vinyl. Released On 180 Gram Purple Vinyl, This Reissue Is Limited To 2,000 Copies. more
If I Love You?
New - LP - EVIL 6
Sealed 2001 Colored Vinyl Original. more
Methodrone
New Import - AUK008LP
Sealed 2018 2LP 180gm Audiophile Reissue. Housed In A Gatefold Jacket. UK Import. more
My Bloody Underground
Used Import - auk011lp
2008 2LP 180gm Red Vinyl Gatefold Original Still In Shrink. Includes Custom Inner Sleeves. Both LPs Appear Glossy. more
My Bloody Underground
New Import - AUK011LP
Sealed 2013 2LP 180gm Standard Black Vinyl Reissue. more
Revelation
New - LP - auk030lp
Sealed 2017 180gm 2LP Reissue. Housed In A Gatefold Jacket. Standard Black Vinyl. UK Import. more
Revelation
Colored Vinyl - auk030lp
2014 180gm 2LP Original Pressed On Dark And Light Blue Vinyl Housed In A Gatefold Jacket, Still In Shrink. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Something Else
New Import - AUK043LP
Sealed 2018 180gm Vinyl (slated to be printed on white vinyl but cannot confirm). Custom Hype Sticker On Front. Very Tiny Corner Knock. "The Late-career Bounty From The Brian Jonestown Massacre Is Beginning To Rival That Of The Notoriously Prolific Guided By Voices, With Honcho Anton Newcombe Setting Up Expectations That Each New Year Is Likely To Add At Least One More Album To The Band's Catalog. Preceded By The Announcement That It Would Actually Be The First Of Two 2018 Releases, The Bay Area Expat Offers Up Something Else, A Nine-song Set With A Rugged, Back-to-basics (By Newcombe's Standards, At Least) Rock & Roll Feel That Harkens Back To Some Of The Massacre's Late-'90s Output. Bearing The Familiar, Spacy, Lo-fi Patina That Is One The Band's Sonic Hallmarks, Something Else Is Altogether Less Meandering Than 2017's Spacious Don't Get Lost And 2016's Cerebral Third World Pyramid, Though It Shares Elements With Both Of Those Releases. The Jangling, Strummy, Tambourine-adorned Vibes That Mark Some Of The Bjm's More Accessible '60s-inspired Work Can Be Heard Here On A Number Of Standouts, Particularly The Excellent "Psychic Lips," Which Also Bears Slight Traces Of Echo And The Bunnymen's '80s New Wave Melodicism. Opener "Hold That Thought" Is Another Moody Strummer With A Captivating Energy That Was Largely Absent On The Band's Previous Release. The Pleasantly Plodding Fuzz Of "My Love" Segues Into The More Sprightly Psych Adventure "Who Dreams Of Cats?" With The Finale, "Silent Stream," Echoing Tones Of Syd Barrett-era Pink Floyd In Its Organ Drones And Heavily Reverbed Vocals. With The Fountain Of Material Springing Out Of Newcombe's Berlin Studio In The First Part Of The 2010s, The Quality Level Has Been Rather Hit Or Miss, But Something Else Is A Solid Effort And Somewhat Of A Return To Form For The Veteran Band." AMG Review By Timothy Monger. more
Take It From The Man!
New Import - AUK 005 LP
Sealed 2017 2LP 180gm Audiophile Stereo Reissue. Housed In A Gatefold Jacket. UK Import. more
Tepid Peppermint Wonderland: A Retrospective (Volume One)
New Import - AUK026LP
Sealed 2013 2LP 180gm Audiophile Black Vinyl Deluxe Gatefold Reissue. Volume 1. European Import. "Neo-psychedelic Outfit Brian Jonestown Massacre Has Been Remarkably Prolific, Especially Considering The Never-ending Personnel Changes The Band Has Endured Since Its Inception In 1990. The Quantity Of Material The Band Has Produced Makes Them Ideal Candidates For Compilations, And The 2004 Two-disc Tepid Peppermint Wonderland Is Still The Best Place For Newcomers To Get Introduced To The Massacre's Grungy, Shimmering, '60s-influenced Rock. Volume 2 Is Essentially The Second Disc (Plus A Bonus Track) Of The Aforementioned Two-disc Package, And It Collects Album Tracks, Live Cuts, And Other Assorted Odds And Sods That Provide A Solid Overview Of The Band's Range And Spontaneous Energy. The 23 Tracks Faithfully Represent The Group's Aesthetic, Serving Up A Paisley-tinged Mix Of Both The High-minded And The Raunchy That Draws On The Stones, Jefferson Airplane, My Bloody Valentine, And Contemporary Acts Like Spiritualized." AllMusic Review By AMG. more
Tepid Peppermint Wonderland: A Retrospective Volume Two
New - LP - TPE 068
Sealed, Hard To Find 2006 2LP Retrospective With Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink. more
Tepid Peppermint Wonderland: A Retrospective Volume Two
New Import - AUK027LP
Sealed 2014 2LP 180gm Audiophile Black Vinyl Deluxe Gatefold Reissue. European Import. "Neo-psychedelic Outfit Brian Jonestown Massacre Has Been Remarkably Prolific, Especially Considering The Never-ending Personnel Changes The Band Has Endured Since Its Inception In 1990. The Quantity Of Material The Band Has Produced Makes Them Ideal Candidates For Compilations, And The 2004 Two-disc Tepid Peppermint Wonderland Is Still The Best Place For Newcomers To Get Introduced To The Massacre's Grungy, Shimmering, '60s-influenced Rock. Volume 2 Is Essentially The Second Disc (Plus A Bonus Track) Of The Aforementioned Two-disc Package, And It Collects Album Tracks, Live Cuts, And Other Assorted Odds And Sods That Provide A Solid Overview Of The Band's Range And Spontaneous Energy. The 23 Tracks Faithfully Represent The Group's Aesthetic, Serving Up A Paisley-tinged Mix Of Both The High-minded And The Raunchy That Draws On The Stones, Jefferson Airplane, My Bloody Valentine, And Contemporary Acts Like Spiritualized." AllMusic Review By AMG. more
Thank God For Mental Illness
New Import - auk007lp
Sealed 2017 180gm Audiophile Black Vinyl Reissue. UK Import. The 33 Minute Closing Track "Sound Of Confusion" Was Left Off The Pressing But There Is A Download Card Included. "At The Risk Of Further Belaboring A Rather Obvious Point, With Thank God For Mental Illness, Their Third Collection Of Absolutely Stunning Music In Less Than A Year, The Brian Jonestown Massacre Parallels The Prolific And Effortless Brilliance Of The Rolling Stones At Their Fevered Late-1960s Peak; The Sheer Scope Of Their Achievements Is Stunning -- Rarely Are Bands Quite So Productive, Or Quite So Consistently Amazing. Thank God Is The Bjm's Down-and-dirty Country-Blues Outing, All 13-odd Tracks Supposedly Recorded On A Single July Day At A Cost Of Just $17.36; While It Lacks The Blistering Immediacy Of Their Previous Material, The Album Swaggers And Struts With All Of The Group's Usual Attitude Intact, Coming Complete With A Loose, Offhanded Feel Perfectly Accenting The Overall Atmosphere Of Debauchery -- "Too Crazy To Care," "Sound Of Confusion" And "Talk Minus Action Equals Shit" Aren't Just Song Titles, They're Words The Band Lives By." AMG Review By Jason Ankeny more
The Brian Jonestown Massacre
New Import - AUK045LP
Sealed 2021 Reissue Pressed On Milky Translucent Vinyl. Comes Housed In A Mirror-Finished Single Jacket With Outer PVC Cover Which Has The Art Work Printed On To It & Hype Sticker. Never Came As A True "Sealed" LP. UK Import. more
Who Killed Sgt. Pepper?
New Import - auk020lp
Sealed Latest Repress Of The 2013 180gm Reissue. 2LP Housed In A Gatefold Jacket. "Whatever The Accretion Of Stories About His Activities Over The Years, Anton Newcombe's Obsessive Interest Has Remained His Music First And Foremost, And By 2010 And The Release Of Who Killed Sgt. Pepper?, Newcombe And A Rotating Cast Of Collaborators Showed That His Spark Had Not Only Continued But Found New Areas Of Expression. That May Seem Odd In Part Given That The Album Is Retrospective In Other Areas -- Besides A Punning Title Along The Lines Of Their Satanic Majesties' Second Request, Who Killed Sgt. Pepper? Also Features The Full Return Of Matt Hollywood As A Regular Bandmate, Having Been One Of The Original Members At The Start Of The Group Nearly 20 Years Back. What Makes The Album The Most Intriguing, Though, Is How Newcombe And Company Have Settled Into An Almost Decentered Approach. There's Little Sense Throughout That A Key Singing Or Lyrical Voice Is The Core. Instead, Rhythms And Slow-burning Electronic/rock Grooves (With Spacemen 3/spiritualized Veteran Will Carruthers Doing Excellent Work On Bass Throughout) Provide The Strongest Anchor, While What Vocal Performances Exist Are Often Performed By Someone Other Than Newcombe. On Songs Like "Let's Go Fucking Mental" And "Feel It," It's The Steady, Trance-like Punch Of The Arrangements That Holds Sway, Vocal Interjections Functioning More As Polite Variations On James Brown-style Exhortations. Meanwhile, "This Is The One Thing We Did Not Want To Have Happen" Is One Of The More Imaginative Joy Division Reinterpretations In A While, Taking The Opening Drums From "She's Lost Control" And Opening Lyrics From "I Remember Nothing" To Create A Wholly New Piece. If Anything, The Album Almost Feels Like A Spiritual Sequel To Their Full-length Debut, Methodrone, With Its Similarly Lengthy Tracks And More Studio-focused Approach Rather Than Live Rock & Roll Bash And Crash, But Where That Album Drowned A Bit In The End, Who Killed Sgt. Pepper? Finds Its Creators At A Remarkable New High." AMG Review By Ned Raggett. more

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