7" Singles (New)
THE KINKS LOLA VERSUS POWERMAN AND THE MONEYGOROUND, PART ONE DELUXE BOX SET ‘Lola Versus Powerman And The Moneygoround, Part One’ is the eighth studio album by The Kinks, one of the most influential rock acts of all time, and was recorded and released in 1970. A concept album, it is a satirical appraisal of the music industry, including song publishers, unions, the press, accountants, business managers, and life on the road. This classic album appeared during a transitional period for the Kinks, and was a critical and commercial success. This set is a limited edition, lavishly packaged, 50th anniversary deluxe 10” book-pack of that album, containing many previously unreleased tracks and versions. Produced in association with The Kinks, with audio & visual content curated by Ray Davies. Matt laminated rigid slipcase featuring the original LP cover reproduced with foil and metallic silver finishes. 3 x CDs containing: Original album new remaster from original HD master tapes, singles (stereo and mono mixes), B-sides, alternate original mixes, new medleys with Ray & Dave Davies conversations, new Ray Davies remixes & original session out-takes, previously unreleased session & live tape audio, instrumental & acoustic versions, previously unreleased demos & BBC material. 2 x reproduced original 7” picture bag singles, remastered audio. 60 page, hardback book with extensive notes, new band quotes, Kinks ‘1970 diary’, rare photos & memorabilia. 4 x small glossy printed kinks photos. Features the hit singles ‘Lola’ & ‘Apeman’.
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Even before he released a note of music as Diane Coffee, Shaun Fleming had put together quite a portfolio of work. Check out his IMDB page and you’ll find 20+ acting credits as a result of a childhood spent lending his voice talents to Disney. Search YouTube and you’ll find videos from his years as a semi-professional skateboarder. And if you’re familiar with Foxygen, you’ll know that he was the drummer from the band’s inception — before recently departing to put his full-time focus and energy into Diane Coffee. Often described as “psychedelic Motown,” Fleming’s music has caught the attention of Run the Jewels (who sampled Diane Coffee on RTJ2) and NPR, where he performed a Tiny Desk Concert that gave the whole world a preview of his theatrical approach to performing. All things considered, it looks as though Fleming’s decision to step out from behind the kit and place himself center stage is what will ultimately be the highlight of an already impressive resume. Peel features two new and exclusive tracks.
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A 7” singles box set comprising all of Amy’s singles from the Frank, Back To Black and Lioness: Hidden Treasures albums. Tracks include ‘Stronger Than Me’, ‘Rehab’ and ‘Love Is A Losing Game’, all of which won the Ivor Novello Award for Amy in 2004, 2007 and 2008. The set also includes the Grammy Award winning ‘Body and Soul’, a duet with Tony Bennett. The singles are housed in individual picture sleeves and pressed on black vinyl. The box also features a 20-page lyrics booklet and a set of art cards.
Also Available: The Collection [5CD Box Set]
Released for the very first time as part of the super deluxe reissue of Yusuf/Cat Stevens 1978 record Back To Earth; two previously unheard tracks recorded during the original sessions,“Butterfly” and “Toy Heart.” YUSUF chose to discount the tracks from the final cut of the record because he considered them to lyrically have too much of a “pop single flavor.” “When I recorded”Yusuf explains,“there would always be one or two songs left over which somehow didn’t fit the mood of the album I wanted to build. Though the songs were good, they were parked on the side.” Both tracks are now released as a very special double A side 7” single. With artwork contribution by Yusuf himself. “Butterfly” is a soaring, groove-based stylistic shift into Philly soul, replete with swooning strings. “Toy Heart,” meanwhile, is a propulsive rocker that in its writer’s mind was “like a song for Elvis.”
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To celebrate the tenth anniversary of Christmas Lights, the band's 2010 single is to be given a physical release for the very first time! A limited edition blue vinyl 7-inch will be released worldwide
Following the release of Jay Som's critically acclaimed sophomore album, Anak Ko (2019), the band's creative force, Melina Duterte, is already back with 2 beautiful new songs. "A Thousand Words" and "Can't Sleep" both give listeners a crystal clear reminder as to what made Jay Som one of the most popular indie acts of the last few years. "'A Thousand Words' was made after a year of extensive touring plus a cancelled tour," explains Duterte. "I forced myself to make a sort of big and jovial song to bring me out of the funk I was in - I also wanted to remind myself that music can be fun!. Heavily inspired by Bruce Springsteen, Elliott Smith, Pavement and that song 'Alright' by Supergrass." Colored vinyl (clear blue) with download card.
Look at the Sky' is the fourth single to be released off of Porter Robinson's upcoming album, 'Nurture', set to release in 2021. Porter originally teased this track during his performance at his virtual festival, Secret Sky, in May 2020 to its 4 million virtual attendees. With its hopeful message, 'Look at the Sky' quickly became the highlight of his performance and a trending topic on Twitter. In Porter's own words: "I see Look at the Sky as a mantra to remind myself that there's good reason for hope, and that people can meaningfully improve themselves and the world."
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Boy Pablo -"rest up" Limited Edition Red 7" Single LP. "This song is one of the most personal tracks I've written. It's a double meaning; on one side it's about my experiences dealing with anxiety and mental health issues, but at the same time it takes on relationship problems," Boy Pablo says of 'rest up'.
Limited edition of 1300. First reissue of this classic single from 1968, with new picture sleeve and notes by Mike Stax (Ugly Things). "With its reckless headlong trajectory, ranting vocals and seething fuzz guitar noise, 'You've Got To Hold On' was pure punk rock rage -- eight years ahead of schedule. . . . It was released as The Deviants' first -- and only -- single in November 1968, backed by the shambolic and darkly humorous 'Let's Loot The Supermarket.' --Mike Stax
A1. You've Got to Hold On B1. Let's Loot the Supermarket
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The Distillers are excited to announce that the physical version of their 2018 single 'Man vs. Magnet' b/w 'Blood In Gutters' will be released on February 14, 2019 via Third Man Records. This vinyl 7', pressed at Third Man Pressing in Detroit, is the first chance to own new music from The Distillers in over 15 years. To call The Distillers simply a punk band doesn't do justice to either the band or the word 'punk'. Guitarist, lyricist, and vocalist Brody Dalle, uses her medium as a platform for a higher plane of visceral lyricism and independence. Few modern day punk icons have not only embodied the genre so truthfully but also transformed the depth of what it can mean so thoroughly. Originally formed in 1998 in Los Angeles, the energetic band, with Dalle at the helm, released a string of damaged and powerful albums, EPs and singles with California punk labels Epitaph and Hellcat, then released their third masterpiece of an album, Coral Fang, on Sire before going on an untimely hiatus and ultimately splitting in 2006. After breaking a 12-year silence on social media late last year, these two new tracks from the group are a triumphant return for their rabid and devoted fanbase.
Two exclusive tracks, featuring the yet to be premiered single, "Burn Baby" from L7's long-awaited new album, the first studio album in 18 years. This numbered limited RSD edition from Blackheart Records is on a yellow vinyl.
1. Burn Baby / 2. Fighting the Crave
Hatchie teams up with Pains of Being Pure At Heart to cover The Jesus and Mary Chain's "Sometimes Always" on this RSD exclusive 7". Also included is Hatchie's previously digitally released Adult Swim single "Adored", on physical format for the first time. Pressed on purple vinyl.
"Sometimes Always" b/w "Adored"
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Comes in a boxed set including a double-sided poster featuring an original "Space Oddity" print advertisement and a Ray Stevenson shot of Bowie taken on stage at the "Save Rave '69" concert at the London Palladium on November 30, 1969, the backdrop featuring a N.A.S.A. astronaut. The set also includes an information card and a print featuring an alternative shot by Jojanneke Claassen from the "Space Oddity" promo single cover session.
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Collectible Boxed Set presents 23 180-gram vinyl singles in faithfully reproduced international picture sleeves. Includes exclusive double A-Side single for “Free As A Bird” and “Real Love” plus a 39-page book.