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The 1989 album changed my life in countless ways, and it fills me with such excitement to announce that my version of it will be out October 27th. To be perfectly honest, this is my most FAVORITE re-record I’ve ever done because the 5 From The Vault tracks are so insane. I can’t believe they were ever left behind. But not for long! Pre-order 1989 (Taylor’s Version) now.

Package details:
1989 (Taylor’s Version) Vinyl
21 Songs
Including 5 previously unreleased songs from The Vault
1 of 4 Editions: Collectible album gatefold jacket with unique front and back cover art
2 Crystal Skies Blue vinyl discs
1 of 4 Editions: Collectible album sleeves including lyrics and never-before-seen photos for each version

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The Phoenix symbolizes a new beginning. The fire burns off the last vestiges of the past as the bird spreads it's wings and takes flight into the future. The Polyphonic Spree harness the flames of rebirth on their 2023 full-length offering, Salvage Enterprise. Led by frontman, founder, producer, multi-instrumentalist, and visionary Tim DeLaughter, the group embark on their next season. They're reverent of their history, yet they're also ready for an even brighter tomorrow."Across all of the music I've done, lyrically there's a sense of desperation and a moment of convincing myself I'm going to make it through regardless of how the music dresses up," notes Tim. "On this one, I struggled with the amount of vulnerability I was experiencing and was willing to share both musically and lyrically, but ultimately decided to let it play out. Now that it's done, I'm happy with the dance between the two. It's a 'rising-from-the- ashes' record."Salvage Enterprise beckons complete immersion. Opener "Gallop- ing Seas (Section 44)" affixes softly strummed acoustic guitar to an orchestral hum as Tim urges, "Hold on through the galloping seas." "We're all galloping through rough waters," he says. "I tried to describe the process as well as I could and encourage people to keep their heads above the storm and the waves. Ride it out. It's going to be okay. It starts off very calm and introspective, and you can envision where it's going."Flute echoes over nimbly plucked guitar during "Shadows On The Hillside (Section 48)" as keys twinkle. A glorious harmony amplifies the nostalgia of "Hop Off The Fence (Section 49)." It concludes with "Morning Sun, I Built The Stairs (Section 52)." Optimism strains through his hopeful intonation, "I learned to fly, the more that I become a new reason, I want to try," uplifted by boisterous horns and cinematic strings. It crashes into an Ennio Morricone-style crescendo bolstered even higher by operatic vocals."There is an arc of leaving the world behind, stripping your old self away, and becoming new again," he offers. "You're shedding off this old world, and you're heading into the future. It's an epic ending. You've made it. You're going to be alright."In the end, The Polyphonic Spree are the soundtrack to that light at the end of the tunnel.
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ONE MORE TIME... is the highly anticipated new album from blink-182, featuring the group’s iconic lineup together again – Mark Hoppus [bass, vocals], Tom DeLonge [guitar, vocals], and Travis Barker [drums].  The trio recorded ONE MORE TIME... over the course of 2022 and 2023 in the midst of their blockbuster reunion tour, which sold out arenas, amphitheaters, and stadiums across the world. ONE MORE TIME… features 17 new songs that capture the band at the top of their game, layering in themes of tragedy, triumph, and most importantly, brotherhood.

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Released in 1998, Up is the eleventh studio album from R.E.M. The album, featuring the singles "Daysleeper,” “Lotus,” “Suspicion” and “At My Most Beautiful,” draws inspiration from electronic music, using a wide range of tools to create a dreamy pop landscape that is reflective and moody. This expanded deluxe 25th anniversary edition also offers a complete previously unreleased live set from the band’s appearance in ’90s hit TV series Party of Five.
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NCT 127's fifth full-length album 'Fact Check' consists total of nine songs, including the single 'Fact Check (Mysterious)' of the same name, a rhythmical dance song based on an intense main synth loop. It expresses NCT 127's confidence that they wouldn’t fear to ‘fact-check’ to compare themselves with artworks forever valuable. Indie Exclusive content includes CD, 1 cover (random out of 9), 1 Lyric Paper, Postcard Set (includes 4), 1 Sticker, & 1 Indie Retailer-Exclusive Photocard (random out of 9).
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The surprise companion to The National’s April release First Two Pages of Frankenstein, Laugh Track is the band’s most freewheeling, all-hands-on-deck album in years. If Frankenstein represented a rebuilding of trust between group members after 20+ years together, the vibrant, exploratory Laugh Track is both the product of that faith and a new statement of intent. Reveling in the license to radically upend its creative process, The National honed most of this material in live performances on tour, and captured those invigorated versions in impromptu sessions at producer Tucker Martine’s Portland studio. Two nights later in Vancouver, the nearly eight-minute album closer “Smoke Detector” was recorded during soundcheck, completing a body of work bristling with spontaneity and vintage rock energy that makes a perfect complement to the songs found on its more introspective predecessor.
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Torchbearers for British guitar music, The Vaccines - Justin Young (lead vocals, guitars), Árni Árnason (bass, vocals), Timothy Lanham (guitars, keys, vocals) and Yoann Intonti (drums) - are back with their sixth studio album Pick-Up Full of Pink Carnations. The title comes from a misremembered lyric from Don McClean's "American Pie," a song that for Young fittingly evokes the death of innocence and the American Dream. After he moved to Los Angeles - a city the band has grown up being captivated by - he was forced to wrestle with the disillusionment that comes when expectations, dreams, and reality don't quite meet. Yet, though Pick-Up Full of Pink Carnations is an album about reconciling with loss, it's also filled with gratitude for the people and places we once loved.

"Pink carnations symbolise gratitude and tell a person they’ll never be forgotten," says Young. "So whether it's the loss of a lover, or a friend, or even just a dream, the record is a reminder that they’ll live on in whatever capacity the mind allows them to. And it's a reminder to keep on dreaming.”

Produced by Andrew Wells (Halsey, Phoebe Bridgers) with Mixing from Dave Fridmann (Tame Impala, The Flaming Lips), Pick-Up Full of Pink Carnations is an immediately anthemic addition to the band's discography. With a mammoth five UK Top 5 albums – including a Number 1 with 2012’s Come of Age – and a fierce live reputation forged through arena-filling headline shows and unforgettable slots at Glastonbury and Reading/Leeds, The Vaccines continue to be a vital band in the British rock canon.

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Featuring remastered audio, taken from the ‘Chasing The Sun’ reissues - available for the first time as one collection - ‘The Masterplan’ is an extraordinary collection of B-sides originally featured on singles from Oasis’ era-defining first three albums, ‘Definitely Maybe’ (1994), ‘(What’s The Story) Morning Glory?’ (1995), and ‘Be Here Now’ (1997). Far from being inferior to the singles they backed, many of the 14 tracks that feature on ‘The Masterplan’ have become as cherished as the band’s biggest singles from that seminal period. The album includes tracks ‘Acquiesce’, ‘Half The World Away’, ‘Talk Tonight’, Oasis’ iconic live cover of The Beatles’ ‘I Am The Walrus’ and the epic title track. Noel has often described ‘The Masterplan’ as one of the best songs he has ever written. Formats include CD, Heavyweight Black LP and limited-edition Silver LP, to celebrate 25 years. ‘The Masterplan’ charted at No.2 in the UK Official Album Chart UK selling over 122,000 copies in its first week. It went on to be certified triple platinum and has sold over three million copies worldwide.

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In 2021, Bryan Adams headlined three epic nights at London’s historic Royal Albert Hall. Each evening, Adams performed one of his classic albums in its entirety: Cuts Like A Knife (Night 1), Into The Fire (Night 2) and Waking up The Neighbours (Night 3). For the first time these recordings are available on one exquisite box set which includes 35 songs on 4 LPs, a Blu-Ray DVD featuring all of the performances, and a 32-page photo book featuring exclusive images from these storied nights.
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Toby Keith just doesn’t sing #1 hits, he also writes them, solo, hence 100% Songwriter, compilation of 13 Keith self-penned country music hits featuring 5 #1 singles: "Should’ve Been a Cowboy," "Who’s That Man," "You Shouldn’t Kiss Me Like This," "Courtesy of The Red White and Blue (The Angry American)" and "Who’s Your Daddy". During Keith's career he has achieved 42 top 10 hits, 32 No. 1s, 40 million albums sold and more than 10 billion streams.

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Sum 41 celebrates 23 years with All The Good Sh** now available on vinyl for the first time! Originally released in 2009, this greatest hits compilation focuses on 14 hit singles from each of the band’s studio albums from 2001-2008.


    A week of deep and spectacular new offerings kicks off with a brush-up on an old classic. THE BREEDERS' sophomore smash 'Last Splash' turns 30 this year with a new edition, remastered for the first time under the watchful ear of Kim Deal herself, and expanded to a 45rpm double LP. This is the ideal record to receive this type of treatment: few songwriters have the knack for melodic oddities like Deal and Company, and this album is crammed full of unusual sonic details, from Kim and Kelley's vocals recorded in a bathroom stall, to the bullet mic inside a Marshall stack feedback that opens up "Cannonball", to the surf-noir elegance of "No Aloha", which begins with Kelley Deal playing a pedal steel for the first time in her life. We could go on and on! 'Last Splash' emerged at the precise moment that grunge broke mainstream, smuggling in all sorts of underground indie brilliance to the light of day, but very few records have had such a lasting impact as this one. Veteran jam band PHISH's fourth studio album, the mature and contemplative 'Rift', also turns the big 3-0 this year, celebrating with a new limited blue vinyl edition. Indie supergroup THE NEW PORNOGRAPHERS dynamic second album 'Electric Version' comes back to us after many years out of print, in a blue vinyl pressing as well, plus we've got a super snazzy looking picture disc version of 'The Lonesome Crowded West' by MODEST MOUSE, previously only available at the band's shows. Numero's quest to revise the history of 90s emo brings them to a mighty, nearly unknown Bay Area band called POT VALIANT, who released just one rare LP and a few singles of fuzzy, arcing bootgaze, all collected on 'Never Return'. Boston jazz-rock heroes MORPHINE perfected their brand of sultry, nocturnal groove on their final two albums, 'Like Swimming' and 'The Night', both of which are back in print this week.
    Daptone Records producer VICTOR AXELROD has blessed the label with some of its most distinctive instrumentals, blending rocksteady and soul. A new cant-miss collection called 'If You Ask Me To...' pulls together an impressive spread of the man's work, previously only available on 45 b-sides. The inventive, whimsical, shapeshifting songwriter DEVENDRA BANHART seems so well-suited to record with Cate Le Bon, it's kindof surprising that 'Flying Wig' is his first LP with her at the boards, in on opaque blue wax. Mongolian jazz singer ENJI returns with a delightfully-realized collection of songs called 'Ulaan'; if you have yet to hear this genuine marvel of modern traditional song, do yourself a favor! Trumpeter, bandleader, Gondwana label head MATTHEW HALSALL has become quite reliable with his albums of mellifluous, dawn-breaking albums, and his latest, 'An Ever Changing View' may be the best yet. Pianist and beatmaker KIEFER continues to approach perfection with 'It's Ok, B U', in the house on "moon yellow" wax, and we've got another cracking selection of retrofuturistic lounge jazz from SVEN WUNDER on 'Late Again'.
    Griselda survivor CONWAY THE MACHINE see's his triumphant third album 'Won't He Do It' finally hit vinyl, and DENZEL CURRY reboots an early career classic '32 Zel' from 2017. Philadelphia synth-soul contingent FANTASY 15 deliver an incredibly vibey debut LP called 'Zoltandia' on purple wax, and we've got some limited seven inch reissues in, including DE LA SOUL's 'Magic Number' and 'Me Myself & I', and HOUSE OF PAIN's 'Jump Around', just in time for all u Badger fans to make some noise.
    Country realist LYDIA LOVELESS returns with a highly-awaited new LP, the Rumours-y 'Nothing's Gonna Stand In My Way Again', in stock on 'silver countertop' vinyl. The post-Petty, post-Vile cruisers in SLAUGHTER BEACH, DOG are back with a rollicking jam of an LP called 'Crying, Laughing, Waving, Smiling'. Power pop inventors TEENAGE FANCLUB continue to sound as sharp and innovative as ever on 'Nothing Lasts Forever'. SUSAN TEDESCHI's high-octane 'Just Won't Burn' turns 25 years old this year, but it hasn't lost any of its bluesy fire or meticulous musicianship. Few did folk-rock balladry in the late 90s like PAULA COLE, 'This Fire' has all her gems, back in print this week alongside another classic of that era, SARAH MCLACHLAN's 'Surfacing'. Right now, there's an animal that needs you.
    KHRUANGBIN wrap up their delightful '& Friends' live series with a slab alongside TORO Y MOI called 'Live at The Fillmore Miami' that's sure to be a glorious pop treat. One of the biggest influences on the Texas trio's sound is the 70s Cambodian pop singer SINN SISAMOUTH, and we've got 'Groove Club Vol. 4', an amazing collection of some of his biggest psych-surf hits. A pair of jazzy and sleek city pop bangers land in the shop this week, guitarist YUJI TORIYAMA's gleaming 1983 self titled gem, and the buoyant boogie of MOMOKO KIKUCHI's '86 LP 'Adventure'. A reissue of an extremely rare late 70s Japanese folk gem from JOYAMA NO NARAZUMONO is back in print, pairing well with a fresh edition of the beastly guitar psych altar 'Satori' by the FLOWER TRAVELLIN' BAND.
    Producer LORAINE JAMES continues to develop her sensuous brand of beat-belayed atmospheric electronic pop on 'Gentle Confrontation', her latest for Hyperdub. Turkish producer NENE H dials back the club muscle on 'Ali', a hypnotically moving album of vaporous ambience dedicated to mourning the loss of a loved one, on Anthony Naples' Incienso label. Bedroom auteur COLLEEN brings her trademark stillness to a haunting selection of analog synth pieces on 'Le jour et la nuit du réel', in-stock on clear vinyl with gold flecks, a beauty! Synthpop whiz kid ROOSEVELT returns with 'Embrace', we've got a new one from J-Pop superheroes CHAI, and a repress of the classic UK house banger 'Kish Kash' by BASEMENT JAXX, on red and white vinyl.
    With a new life partner and label deal with Island, TOM WAITS hoofed it to NYC in the early 1980s and began a prolific run of his most experimental albums, inspired by Captain Beefheart, Harry Partch, and true love in equal measure. 'Swordfishtrombones' from 1983, 'Rain Dogs' from 1985, and 'Frank's Wild Years' from 1987 all get remastered vinyl reissues this week. NEIL YOUNG fan-fave 'Harvest Moon' gets a limited clear vinyl reissue this week, and we have the first-ever vinyl edition of 'Time Capsule', the absolutely jam-packed greatest hits compilation from THE B-52'S. The world of R&B lost one of the smoothest voices in the game with the passing of BOBBY CALDWELL this year. The Be With label has done us all a favor with reissues of two of his maddeningly elusive albums, his 1978 self-titled debut (home of "What You Wont Do For Love", one of the greatest songs of all time), and his 1980 follow-up, ''Cat In The Hat'.
    The joyful sound of South African kwela jive has seldom had more room to move around than on BRA SELLO's electrifying 1975 album 'Butterfly', reissued for the first time, with two long sides of extended jams. Free jazz pioneer MARION BROWN was joined by the innovative percussionist Han Bennink on 1969's 'Porto Novo', back in print this week. ALAIN GORAGUER absolutely snapped when he made the soundtrack for 'La Planet Sauvage', an early 70s French animated film about extra-terrestrial space travel that must be seen (and heard) to be understood. This masterpiece of orchestral funk and synthetic sound effects gets proper reissue treatment this week with restored artwork and an expanded track list. A lovely LP called 'You Loved Me' collects the unreleased material that would have been avant-garde jazz singer PATTY WATERS' third album, before she retired from music for a few decades. BETTY DAVIS' explosive avant-soul album 'Is It Love Or Desire' gets a new gold vinyl pressing, and we've got two fresh reprints of classic 60s/70s recordings from timeless Egyptian singer OUM KALTHOUM: 'Wa Maret El Ayam' and ;Hakam Aleena El Hawa'.
    RYUICHI SAKAMOTO's surging soundtrack for the film 'Revenant' gets a fresh vinyl edition this week. LA downers DRAB MAJESTY deliver 'An Object In Motion', a rather engrossing mini-album of gloomy rock reminiscent of Felt or the Duruttis. It's been far too long since we've heard from the ceremonial post-rockers GRAILS, who make a vivid comeback this week with 'Anches En Maat', alongside the mighty Chilean kraut-jammers FOLLAKZOID, who bring another massive album of churning miasma called 'V'. Producer BIBIO returns with another cracking EP called 'Sunbursting', and the newsletter's final gasp comes from FINAL GASP, with their hardcore-laced deathrock album 'Mourning Moon'.
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    Another excellent digging session awaits you in this week's used vinyl alert! We've got a full range of LPs, including some rare early folk and jazz pressings, plus essentials from John Prine, the Beatles, Pink Floyd, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Simon and Garfunkel, Traveling Wilburys, the Kinks, David Bowie, Deep Purple, Jerry Garcia, Elton John, Robert Palmer, Lynyrd Skynyrd, the Doors, Badfinger, Hawkwind, Tom Waits, Santana, Jimi Hendrix, Jethro Tull, Tongue, ELP, Al Stewart, Cheap Trick, Kiss, Thin Lizzy, and Whitesnake. A nice crop of obscure/regional metal and hard rock in the mix too!

    Some fantastic looking, rarely seen early jazz pressings are in from big names like Miles Davis, Mahavishnu Orchestra, David Brubeck, Charles Mingus, Thelonious Monk, John Coltrane, Roland Kirk, Gil Evans, Larry Coryell, Ray Charles, and several others. We've got classic vocalists in as well, like Ella Fitzgerald, Billie Holiday, Edith Piaf, Sandie Shaw, and Frank Sinatra.

    Some great post-punk is in from Scritti Politti, The Clash, Wreckless Eric, the Clean, Patti Smith, the B-52�s, INXS, and Kate Bush. Soul is in from Stevie Wonder, Earth, wind and fire, Teena Marie, Temptations, Isaac Hayes, Curtis Mayfield and Sade.

    Country folk and blues is in from Jerry Jeff Walker, Buck Owens, Kitty Ford, Chet Atkins, Johnny Cash, David Allan Coe, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Dwight Yoakam, Jackson C Frank, Fairport Convention, Freddie King, and Stevie Ray Vaughan. Essential electronic is here from Sakamoto, Jean Jacques Perrey, Jean Michel Jarre, and Beaver & Krause.
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Music Releases 09-22-23

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James Blake Playing Robots Into Heaven [LP] New Vinyl: $32.99
Petey USA [LP] New Vinyl: $25.99
Doja Cat Scarlet New CD: $10.99
Chai Chai [LP] New Vinyl: $24.98
SOUTHALL Southall New CD: $13.99
Bleach Lab Lost In A Rush Of Emptiness [LP] New Vinyl: $24.98
Carrie Underwood Denim & Rhinestones [Deluxe Edition] New CD: $13.99
Teenage Fanclub Nothing Lasts Forever [Indie Exclusive Limited Edition Peak LP] New Vinyl: $24.98
Staind Confessions Of The Fallen [Limited Edition LP] New Vinyl: $26.98
Breeders Last Splash: 30th Anniversary Edition [Deluxe 2LP + 12in] New Vinyl: $55.99
Ben Goldsmith The World Between My Ears [LP] New Vinyl: $29.98
Devendra Banhart Flying Wig [Indie Exclusive Limited Edition Opaque Blue LP] New Vinyl: $29.98
Andy Taylor Man's A Wolf To Man [Limited Edition White LP] New Vinyl: $28.98
Various Artists More Than A Whisper: Celebrating The Music Of Nanci Griffith New CD: $13.99
Yoke Lore Toward a Never Ending New Beginning [LP] New Vinyl: $24.98
Buddy & Julie Miller In The Throes [Indie Exclusive Limited Edition Autographed Seaglass Blue LP] New Vinyl: $31.98
Brent Cobb Southern Star [Indie Exclusive Limited Edition Coke Bottle Clear LP] New Vinyl: $23.98
LE SSERAFIM UNFORGIVEN [Limited Edition A] [CD+Photobook] New CD: $13.99
Matteo Bocelli Matteo New CD: $13.99
Sarah McLachlan Surfacing [LP] New Vinyl: $26.98
CRi Miracles [LP] New Vinyl: $29.98
Grails Anches En Maat [LP] New Vinyl: $27.98
Underscores Wallsocket [2LP] New Vinyl: $33.98
Sensational x The Dirty Sample The Spot Rocker (Bonus Track) [LP] New Vinyl: $26.98

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