Monday, January 19, 2015

Permanent Records Update 01.20.15: Mad Dog OG Stock, Melvins Reissues, Ty Segall Double Single And A New Negative Scanner Single To Get Us Goin'!

Hey Everybody,
We're back on track and this week we have some pretty amazing records to tell you about… First up, our in-house diggers have found a stack of sealed original 1977 Mad Dog - 617 LPs (classic Detroit hard rock).  We have copies of both of the recent Melvins double LP reissues on Boner, Ty Segall's new double single on Famous Class and the new single by Negative Scanner on Tall Pat Records!  But that's just the tip of the iceberg, cuz there is tons of great new releases in the list down below, so dig a little deeper to find all the treasures.

Also both the Chicago and the Los Angeles shops are getting quality used LPs, 7ins and CDs in all the time so come on by either location and dig in, we're sure you'll find something you like.  A sampling of some of the used LPs showing up at both shops can be found in lists at the very bottom of this newsletter.

Bad Axe made WHPK top 30!

1 Bedhead Transaction De Novo Numero
2 Various Artists Local Customs: Cavern Sound Numero
3 Various Artists 1970's Algerian Proto-Raï Sublime Frequencies
4 Acid Baby Jesus Selected Recordings Slovenly
5 D'Angelo Black Messiah RCA
6 Bad Axe Coachman b/w Poor Man, Run Permanent
7 Torche Minions Relapse
8 Charlies Musiikkia Elokuvasta Julisteiden Liimaajat [Reissue] Shadoks
9 Black Pus Pus Mortem Rotted Tooth
10 Various Artists Weird Ear Radio Sampler Weird Ear
11 Ciphers + Axioms Anatomy of Habit Relapse
12 Willis Earl Beal Experiments in Time CD Baby
13 Shinichi Atobe Butterfly Effect Demdike Stare
14 Lord Dying Offering Pain (Single) Relapse
15 Andy Stott Faith in Strangers Modern Love
16 Kevin Drumm/Jason Lescalleet The Abyss Erstwhile
17 The Invisible Hands Teslam Abduction
18 ACI_EDITS /​\​\​04 Aught
19 Call of the Void Cold Hands Relapse
20 MN.Roy D/P/I Leaving
21 Bitchin Bajas Bitchin Bajas Drag City
22 Culpepper's Orchard Culpepper's Orchard Shadoks
23 Various Artists Doom Chuggy Thrill Jockey
24 Inter Arma The Cavern Relapse
25 Ensamble Polifónico Vallenato & Sexteto La Constelación de Colombia Fiesta, que viva la Staubgold
26 Zeitkratzer + Keiji Haino Live at Jahrhunderthalle Bochum Karl
27 Excavations Four Weird Forest
28 Savage Imagination Dustin Wong & Takako Minekawa Thrill Jockey
29 Y'all I'm Here Right Now F/NF
30 Mike Rep & the Quotas Mama Was a Schitzo Hozac

Chicago Shop

The Chicago shop will be DJing and CO-PRESENTING with The Empty Bottle on Wednesday, January 21st at 8:30 PM for THE VASELINES // Amanda X show! → GET YR TICKETS NOW! We're DJing some punk records at Delilah's on Monday, January 26th from 9pm til 2am!  $1 beer, $2 Jim Beam and FREE POOL!!!!  Kick the tires, light the fires!  Let's party!

Los Angeles Shop

Thanks to Max Pain & The Groovies and to HooverIII for playing the LA shop on Saturday!

Speaking of LA in stores, The Howling will be dropping by the shop to share some tunes on Saturday, January 24th at 6:30 PM.  Come on by folks!


And just like every week, P-Rex Los Angeles DJs continue to FEED THE FREAKS!!!

Here's the general info on Feed The Freaks:
"Every Wednesday.  Black Boar - 1630 Colorado Blvd.  10-2am. Rock'n'Roll Partytime! With Lance Bummer and Special Guests. Drink specials. Excellent adventures, only.  Absolutely, no bogus journeys. Get down."


Running out of room, need to clear some space, going on the lam? Regardless of the reason, before you unload your unwanted records and digital media, please bring them to us for CASH or STORE CREDIT!  One man's trash is another man's treasure and we treasure all sorts of quote un-quote trash!  Before you donate your stuff or have a yard sale, drop us a line.  We'll probably pay more (without haggling) than you'll ever get at a garage sale and often times we'll buy it all in one shot.  It doesn't get much easier that!  So remember, when you wanna sell your stuff, SELL IT TO US!  Please and thank you!
P.S. We make house calls for collections.  Drop us a line to make an appointment.


When you buy a record from Permanent Chicago by an artist playing at The Empty Bottle, we can get you on the Guest List (with a few exceptions).

Check the full list below and hit us up:


LP - Velvet Underground - Velvet Underground And Nico - Third State / Peeled / No Banana Sticker / Stereo

Dave - Permanent Records Chicago

$59.99 → Email If Interested LISTEN

"One would be hard-pressed to name a rock album whose influence has been as broad and pervasive as The Velvet Underground & Nico. While it reportedly took over a decade for the album's sales to crack six figures, glam, punk, new wave, goth, noise, and nearly every other left-of-center rock movement owes an audible debt to this set. While The Velvet Underground had as distinctive a sound as any band, what's most surprising about this album is its diversity. Here, the Velvets dipped their toes into dreamy pop ("Sunday Morning"), tough garage rock ("Waiting for the Man"), stripped-down R&B ("There She Goes Again"), and understated love songs ("I'll Be Your Mirror") when they weren't busy creating sounds without pop precedent. Lou Reed's lyrical exploration of drugs and kinky sex (then risky stuff in film and literature, let alone "teen music") always received the most press attention, but the music Reed, John Cale, Sterling Morrison, and Maureen Tucker played was as radical as the words they accompanied. The bracing discord of "European Son," the troubling beauty of "All Tomorrow's Parties," and the expressive dynamics of "Heroin" all remain as compelling as the day they were recorded. While the significance of Nico's contributions have been debated over the years, she meshes with the band's outlook in that she hardly sounds like a typical rock vocalist, and if Andy Warhol's presence as producer was primarily a matter of signing the checks, his notoriety allowed The Velvet Underground to record their material without compromise, which would have been impossible under most other circumstances. Few rock albums are as important as The Velvet Underground & Nico, and fewer still have lost so little of their power to surprise and intrigue more than 40 years after first hitting the racks." -

LP - Manfred Mann Chapter Three - Vol. 1

Jamie - Permanent Records Chicago

$29.99 → Email If Interested LISTEN

"It's light years from the airy pop of "Do Wah Diddy Diddy," recorded by the hit-making first group formed by South African Manfred Mann and Mike Hugg in 1963. This is as much jazz as rock. There's hardly any guitar, but a swaggering horn section compensates. Imagine a darker, moodier Traffic with Mann manning the organ instead of Steve Winwood. Hugg's raspy vocals are featured on the first album recorded with the new band. The standout tracks are the album-opening "Travelling Lady" and "Time," but they are hardly the only strong ones." -

LP - Revolutionary Ensemble - The People's Republic ( Sealed)

Jon - Permanent Records Chicago

$19.99 → Email If Interested LISTEN

"This record has a fearsome reputation that is completely undeserved. On the contrary, while the sound of strings seems strange to a jazz-trained ear, the music these people make on this record is beautiful, fragile, and -- considering that it's all completely improvised -- astonishingly tight as well. These men played together for a long time, not for tangible reward, but for themselves and whoever cared to listen. This is definitely a different record, and what happens here might not even be called jazz, but the salient quality of the music is beauty, not the ferociousness one might expect. This is highly recommended, if only for the inclusion of Sirone's bass playing, a voice that should have been recorded more often." -

LP - Sundog Summit - On Summit Hill

Robert - Permanent Records Chicago

$149.99 → Email If Interested

"This bizarre artifact is the missing link between rural rock and punk (I bet you didn't think such a thing existed!). It starts out in mundane fashion, as the second song is a dumb backwoods barefoot ode to dope-smoking, but after that they rip loose with some hot rootsy minimalist rockers. These songs have a cool counterculture edge that can appeal to freaks of all varieties. There's no distortion to the guitars, but certainly the music has the energy of punk (which was a year away from being noticed) while still retaining a hippie'er again would the twain meet. Surely they're the only band who could put a Johnny Cash song and a Velvet Underground song side by side and make them sound like two of a kind. This is a good start, but the real secret weapon here is Lee Groban, the self-appointed "high commissioner of Cyprus." His rantings and ravings are scattered throughout the album (and in the great liner notes), and take full fruition at the end, where we're treated to seven and a half minutes of jaw dropping "recitations" and "incantations" of a completely insane nature, backed by a driving rhythm. This is a wonderfully unique, fun album." - Acid Archives


7in - Ty Segall - Mr. Face EP 2x7in ONE PER CUSTOMER




"Famous Class is proud to announce the brand new TY SEGALL: Mr. Face EP!!! Not only is this gatefold double 7” EP packed with 4 killer jams, it doubles as a playable pair of 3D glasses! Pressed on translucent red + blue colored vinyl you just look through the records to activate the supercharged 3D artwork. Get weird with us." - Famous Class

LP - Mad Dog - 617 - Original Sealed 1977 Stock



"This is a weird minimalist hard rock album. The cover is a b/w drawing of an outer space scene with a bunch of headless naked female bodies, and the record is just as stark and mysterious. Though the cover says the songs were recorded between 1974 and 1976 the music has an early punk rock feel with thick distortion on the rhythm guitars and no apparent instrumental overdubs. The drumming is frantic but the songs are of medium speed. This is a curiosity because it's completely bleak, it sounds like nothing else and appears to have no specific influences..." - Acid Archives

LP - Melvins - Eggnog / Lice All - 2xLP Reissue



"This double-LP package combines two of the earliest releases from the often imitated but never duplicated Melvins. Formed in the early-’80s in the scenic wonderland known as Aberdeen, WA, the band took inspiration from Black Flag, Black Sabbath, Venom, Flipper, Stooges and other floggers of high-energy, low-velocity plod. Today, more than 30 years later, they might be more popular than ever. Slow and steady wins the race.

Disc one is Eggnog, from 1991. Originally released as a 10-inch, Eggnog is a wild ride into the outer limits of Melvins-dom. The first side cuts loose with three quick blasts. “Wispy” has the Lorax (Lori Temple Black) on bass and Dale Crover on drums, pounding one note in unison while Buzz Osborne bellows and whispers and turns his guitar on and off. “Antitoxidote” is a rabid horse galloping off into the desert, with yet more stops and starts and feedback detonations. “Hog Leg” sounds like a syphillitic Jimmy Swaggert trying to mimic Dio while being backed by a drunken ZZ Top cover band. Side Two features the side-long epic “Charmicarmicat,” with seasick waves of guitar and slow-motion madness bringing communicable disease and poisonous jellyfish ashore, stinging and infecting the unsuspecting sunbathers before gently washing out to sea again.

Disc two is Lice-All, from 1992, previously known as self-titled, and also previously known as something else we’re all not gonna talk about, thank you very much. This was their last release before signing their Atlantic deal, and features the introduction of new bass player Joe Preston (previously of Earth, currently of Thrones). It’s one long, slow, loud blob of drones, moans and fuzztones. The opening endless power chord shimmer influenced Sleep, Sunn O))), and countless other sludge metal drone freaks for years to come.

The LPs have been remastered and are back in print on vinyl for the first time in 15 years. The new gatefold packaging includes never-before-seen vintage photos, as well as the original artwork and insert, all tidied up and ready to meet Mom and Dad. Free download is included." - Boner


LP - Melvins - Ozma / Bullhead - 2xLP Reissue



"This double-LP package combines two of the earliest releases from the often imitated but never duplicated Melvins. Formed in the early-’80s in the scenic wonderland known as Aberdeen, WA, the band took inspiration from Black Flag, Black Sabbath, Venom, Flipper, Stooges and other floggers of high-energy, low-velocity plod. Today, more than 30 years later, they might be more popular than ever. Slow and steady wins the race.

Disc one is Ozma, from 1989, which was recorded soon after their move from Washington to San Francisco, and was their first release to include the diminutive yet mighty Lorax (Lori Temple Black) on bass. In fact, the first sound one hears at the album’s opening is Lori standing on her tiptoes to switch on her amp, thereby warning the listener of the onslaught to come. Distorted, down-tuned doom riffs start, stop, lurch sideways with no warning, and seem to end before they start. Buzz Osborne adds extraneous guitar static and vocal squeals. Drummer Dale Crover plays as if he’s inside a barrel going over Niagara Falls; the long, slow fall allows the space between beats to grow and grow until he crashes into the water with the vessel blasting apart in an explosion of drum rolls. The classic Melvins heavy grind is set up and broken up by assorted odd sidetracks: “Revulsion / We Reach” flows forward slower and slower until it eventually melts into a gooey feedback drone. “Raise a Paw” is a superball paddled against one’s head by a grinning village idiot. “Love Thing” enlists in the Kiss Army before getting dishonorably discharged.

Disc two is Bullhead, from 1991. The songs are longer, the mood is calmer, yet more menacing. “Boris” (which gave the Japanese group their name) is a long, slow, low death march of addiction and self-abuse. “Zodiac” is a frantic punk rock machine gun blasting away at Buzz’s demons (both inner and outer). “Cow” is a happy baboon bashing away at the best drum solo of his life. “It’s Shoved” is a groovy beat for the cast of Shindig to bop along to, until their carefree performances of The Pony, The Mashed Potato, and The Watusi are horribly interrupted by the soundstage tilting up and sliding them all into a mangled heap of screaming dancers, broken cameras and flaming electronic equipment at the bottom.

The LPs have been remastered and are back in print on vinyl for the first time in 15 years. The new gatefold packaging includes never-before-seen vintage photos, as well as the original artwork and insert, all tidied up and ready to meet Mom and Dad. Free download (with one extra track) is included." - Boner


LP - Ar-kaics - Ar-kaics



"Richmond, Virginia’s THE AR-KAICS play a naïve brand of punk music in the tradition of American teen beat and amateur garage circa 1965—or '66, at the latest. Ask a band member, however, and they’re quick to describe the sound as "a wild-ass ride." on their s/t debut LP for Windian. They’ve traversed the muck and climbed out of the ooze, to walk pointedly upright on their own eight feet. Like all the dilettante Stones and jr. Beatles before them, hammering away on department store instruments in their parents’ garage, the Ar-kaics are one with their inner troglodyte child, showcasing a wealth of irresistibly simple hooks, fuzzy strut and primal swagger. Lucky for you this sound is now, and the ar-kaics are coming in hot in 2014!"—R. K. Vondopolis, Roanoke, VA, Summer ‘14." - Windian

LP - Blank Tapes - Geodesic Dome Piece

Do You Wanna Get High?


"Geodesic Dome Piece is the new album from California’s THE BLANK TAPES. Featuring eleven tracks of stoned-out rock’n’roll bliss, this is the group’s newest full length record since the breakout release Vacation. Recorded in San Francsico, this record riffs on the City’s rock’n’roll legacy and favorite emerald herb. These tracks may take you high, and they may make you low, but ultimately beg one crucial question—Do You Wanna Get High? If the answer is yes, drop the needle in the groove and float downstream to the tunes of Geodesic Dome Piece, For fans of Velvet Underground, 13th Floor Elevators, Big Star, and altered states of consciousness." - Royal Oakie

LP - Dan Melchior - The Souls Of Birds And Mice



"Since 2011’s Assemblage Blues, Dan Melchior has proceeded to document the scope of vulnerability, carrying the torch of DIY through territory explored previously only in the wake of Pierre Schaeffer.

The Souls of Birds and Mice isn’t composed of elements so much as it is composed of the composing of elements. This is the sound of the digital workflow, transparent composition; wrenching the processing of Muura or Doc Wör Mirran and dismantling the investigative passivity. One could draw a comparison straight to Cornelius Cardew or Li Daiguo, but that’s just because Melchior’s work is so laterally referential it slows down any pull to deconstructing the singular voice to simple candidness. And it all ends with some of the most perfect psychedelic guitar work ever paired with helicopter sounds.

With the whole array of structural speculation drifting past, recall that all spatial language betrays—but who needs translation when the instinct purifies? However unreliable this container, it’s a given that this is Melchior at his most impassioned." - Siltbreeze

LP - Isis - Panopticon



"Finally repressed after years of unavailability and highly sought-after. On ISIS' third-full-length album, Panopticon, the unblinking eye of counterinsurgency is exposed with mesmerizing stereophonic clarity. The perpetual collapse and crush of ultra-dynamic sound-design takes on the heightened dimensions of institutionally-induced anxiety, and the carefully constructed artifice of an omniscient predatory apparatus becomes the paradigm of surveillance culture. Meanwhile, panoptic cognizance, while ostensibly the utmost of all Orwellian implications, portends to far more insidious applications: Just as hidden crosshairs hold sway over every prison yard, to see everything is to know all. Features a guest bass appearances from JUSTIN CHANCELLOR of TOOL and production by MATT BAYLES (Mastodon, Botch, Pearl Jam, etc.). Deluxe double-LP features a stunning gatefold jacket with different artwork than the CD version on Ipecac." - Robotic Empire

LP - Jack Name - Weird Moons



"Jack Name’s genius is the listener can never anticipate his next direction. A change of trajectory is as likely a return to the beginning as it is a sharp upwards spike that pulls one deeper into one’s seat and threatens unconsciousness. Nothing here is concrete or predictable. Songs float, attract, repel, and rebound off each other like pitch black matter. A wonderful followup to 2014’s masterpiece Light Show (God?), Weird Moons was recorded in a room with mirrored walls, moth-eaten shades pulled low to block the sun’s brutal radiation and the howls of the urchins 60 stories below. Less a sequel to the tales spun in the first, and more a rocket that has jettisoned its initial thruster to be driven further away from this mortal orb and deeper into this sticky story. Reminiscent of late-era Can, Bruce Haack, Hans Edler, Solid Space, Dario Argento and VHS tapes, it’s fucking great. Listen to this album in an egg-shaped speaker chair, if possible." - Castle Face

LP - M Dwinell - Golden Ratio



 "Volume six in Amish’s Required Wreckers LP series, M DWINELL’s (FORMA, BRIGHT) Golden Ratio offers the only documentation of his just intonation organ work, recorded between 2007 and 2008. Golden Ratio focuses exclusively on a natural tuning system generated from the harmonic series. By precise control of his instrument’s tuning, Dwinell sets into moton a dynamic musical system of pressure, intenstiy and calm. Golden Ratio incorporates both static pulsing drones and heavily arpeggiated passages, culminating in melodic lines that epitomize Dwinell’s unique musical vocabulary as developed over the past twenty years. Features a 16-page booklet of RICCI ALBENDA’s artwork. Edition of 300 copies." - Amish

LP - Night Flights - Night Flights Vol. 1



"Tripping the Light fantastic courtesy of Night Flights, a new San Franciscan take on the path taken by the likes of Schultze / Tangerine Dream / Cluster / Eno and other doyens of the space-synth-riff float. Night Flights is a recording project of lo-fi, ambient, synth-driven, soundscapes. Consisting of members of the band Carlton Melton and Mastered by John McBain, Night Flights is a collection of sounds prepared 'for headphones only'. It is very much influenced in spirit by the 1980's late night television series 'Night Flights'. Rich Millman - synth and guitar; Andy Duvall - galaga-guitar on 'alpha jerk'.  Recorded and mixed by Rich Millman, Mastered by John McBain at Taylor Street Studios. Art by Kaveh Soofi Its not like this hasn’t been done before, but Agitated hasn’t released anything so chilled and spatial… and after the year we've had, this 40 minhutes from Night Fligths de-bugs the sytstem and sets our mind straight! This is the ideal comedown record for the concerted psychedelicist. Freak on my flotation tank flag wavers." - Agitated

LP - Red Aunts - Come Up For A Closer Look



"The Red Aunts were an all-female punk band that formed in 1991 in Long Beach, California, when Terri Wahl (guitar / vocals) recruited friends Kerry Davis (guitar / vocals), Debi Martini (bass / vocals), and Lesley Ishino (drums). Their brand of unfiltered music is toxic, taking a sharp claw to every riot grrrl cliché it can shred.  After five albums, several years of touring and a huge fanbase, they called it quits in 1998. The ladies recently decided it was time to wake people up and save the music with their unique form of rock. Come Up for a Closer Look is their “Greatest Hits” compilation, a gatefold-sleeve double-album complete with killer art and photos, plus liner notes by Red Aunts fan Sasha Frere-Jones.  “The Red Aunts are nothing to mess with ... wonderfully reckless rock.” —L.A. Times" - In The Red

7in - Negative Scanner - Pastel Blue, Clinical White b/w A.W.O.L.



"Negative Scanner emerged fully formed from the ashes of Rebecca Flores and Tom Cassling’s former band Tyler Jon Tyler. Partnering with Nick Beaudoin and Matt Revers, the band gives full form to Flores’s post-punk yelp. They put out a fantastic debut 7” on Trouble In Mind earlier this year, and this 7” contains the rest of that session.

“Pastel Blue, Clinical White” is a barn burner of the post-punk kind, brining to mind a blend of The Wipers, Eddy Current Supression Ring, and we shit you not, Siouxie and the Banshees. From the moment the guitars kick in, ‘Pastel Blue’ drivers forward like theirs no other choice. The b-side, “A.W.O.L.” shows the bands less “Punx” side, but keeps that drive as the rhythm section fails to let up an inch as Ms. Flores and Mr. Revers guitars dance around each other, churning away all the time. Its also a fantastic showcase for Ms. Flores voice, which layers itself on top of the bands sonic attack, and finds it way into every crevice left unturned.

The cats over at Pitchfork’s “Shake Appeal” dubbed the band one “worth following”, and they’ve been getting rave review from CMJ, Brooklyn Vegan, and the Chicago Reader. Which is nice. This record is an unequivocal statement that no one should take their eyes off Negative Scanner." - Tall Pat Records


7in - Bingers - Gonna Get You



"The Bingers are a three-piece surf-punk band out of Chicago, IL. Despite a total lack of waves on the shores of the windy city, brothers Teddy and Ronnie Appert joined forces with Jack Callahan in the salad days of 2011. They’ve since been pounding out an ever fuzzier brand of surf rock that’s warmed many on a cold Chicago night.

“Gonna Get You” is the bands first slab of wax after a number of CD and Tape EPs, and come after the bands self-imposed 2014 exile to the basement. During the interim, the band traded in their Beach Boys records for the Estrus back catalog, sending The Bingers music from the sunny shores right into an on coming storm. Everyone knows that’s when you can get the best waves. And the surf is indeed up, each song brings a change in the line up and the brothers Appert and Mr. Callahan swap back and forth bringing an extra level of nuance to each tune.

With “Gonna Get You”, The Bingers really toe the line “Between Buddy Holly and Basement Punk”, as LoudLoopPress puts it. Its in those basements that the warmth of good rock’n’roll is needed most." - Tall Pat Records


Tape - Various Artists - Thee Benevolent Order Of Chicago Record Labels



Local Chicago rock n roll tape comp co-released Dumpster Tapes, Eye Vybe , Grabbing Clouds, Maximum Pelt, Randy and Tall Pat Records for Cassette Store Day 2014.   If you need to know what's happening in the Windy City, here's yer RECOMMENDED intro!!!!!!!

Tracklisting -

A side:
Dumpster Tapes
Flesh Panthers - Bleed Black Leather
Grosse Pointe - Get Lost
Sick Hyenas - Wicked Sin

Eye Vybe Records
Hanging Gardens - Burning Witches
Velcro Lewis Group - Jingle Jangle Morning
Absolutely Not - Medicine Man

Grabbing Clouds Records
Slushy - Reverberation
Warm Deltas - She Went To Japan
Landlines - New Kids

B side:
Maximum Pelt
EGO - Sunlight
House Sounds - Feelings
Vamos - Feelmonger

Randy Records
The Memories - Dream About You
Todayshits - Number 4
The Yolks - You Don't Live Here No More

Tall Pat Records
Son of a Gun - Looks So Good
The Man - Take
Negative Scanner - Pastel Blue


Problem Smash $49.99
Esquivel Music From A Sparkling Planet $29.99
Hawkwind Ridicule $29.99
Der Blutharsch The Cosmic Trigger $29.99
Various Artists Wir Rufen Deine Wolfe $49.99
Lux Interna There Is Light In The Body, There Is Blood In The Sun $39.99
Der Blutharsch Flying High $29.99
Of The Wand And The Moon The Lone Descent $39.99
Contortions Buy $29.99
Fruupp Seven Secrets $124.99
Disrupt Unrest $29.99
Burial Hex The Hierophant $29.99
Darkthrone A Blaze in The Northern Sky (180 Gram 2009 Peacville Reissue) $29.99
Dick Dale and his Del-Tones Surfer's Choice $29.99
Hard Meat s/t $29.99
John Lee Hooker and Canned Heat Hooker 'n' Heat $29.99
Jan Steel/John Cage Voices And Instruments $29.99
Andriod A 21st Century Band $99.99
Led Zeppelin The Destroyer $69.99
Suicide Second Album $69.99
SRC s/t $39.99
Soft Machine s/t $29.99
Various Artists Dancing Calypso Belly To Belly $74.99
Fleetwood Mac Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac (Sealed) $59.99
Pink Floyd Animals (with OBI Strip, Insert and Sticker) $69.99
No Quarter Survivors $39.99
Scrapper Blackwell The Virtuoso Guitar Of $29.99
Metallica Master Of Puppets (original White Label promo) $99.99
Sundog Summit On Summit Hill $149.99
Anthem Anthem $29.99
David Bowie Changes Bowie Gatefold $39.99
Buckingham / Nicks s/t $39.99
Chuck Meyer s/t $29.99
Bobby Brown Enlightening Beam Of Axonda $29.99
Troy and Priscilla Cory Easy Love'n (Sealed) $29.99
Jeff Summit Shepherd Of The Highways $29.99
Zombies Time Of The Zombies $29.99
Various Artists What's Shakin' $29.99
Kiss Paul Stanley (Sealed) $29.99
Pat and Victoria Garvey Songs: 1965-1971 $39.99
Barry Harris Trio Preminado $29.99
Amon Duul II Vive La Trance $29.99
John Cale/Terry Riley Church Of Anthrax $29.99
Budgie In For The Kill $29.99
Khan Space Shanty (Sealed) $39.99
Arch Rival Bee Yourself $29.99
Tim Stevens Got To Be Free (Sealed) $29.99
Bukka White Mississippi Blues $39.99
Zeta 3 $39.99


Chris and Cosey Trance $39.99
De La Soul 3 Feet High and Rising $39.99
Banchee Banchee $29.99
Cure Head on the Door $29.99
Ciani Seven Waves $29.99
Eddie Callahan False Ego $34.99
Cramps …Off the Bone $29.99
Clouds Watercolour Days $29.99
Devo EZ Listening Muzak $149.99
Beatles White Album $29.99
Bill Loose Russ Meyer's 'Cherry' OST (Still Sealed) $79.99
Crass Stations of the Crass $29.99
v/a Bullshit Detector III $29.99
Crass Best Before $29.99
Culture International Herb $29.99
Amon Duul II Anthology $29.99
Holger Czukay, Jah Wobble, Jaki Liebezeit Full Circle (Japanese Press w/ Obi) $39.99
Penny Rimbaud Acts of Love $39.99
CTI European Rendezvous $39.99
Gong Flying Teapot $29.99
Francoise Hardy The 'Yeh-Yeh' Girl from Paris $59.99
Francoise Hardy CFH 2 $59.99
My Bloody Valentine Loveless (2003 Reissue) $49.99
Mer-Da Long Burn The Fire $39.99
Patto s/t $49.99
Barre Phillips Mountainscapes $29.99
Police Synchronicity (Rare Gold & Silver Pressing) $49.99
Police Synchronicity (Rare Gold & Silver Pressing - Still Sealed) $99.99
Odetta Odetta Sings $49.99
Tad 8-Way Santa $49.99
Type O Negative Slow, Dep and Hard $69.99
T-Rex Electric Warrior $29.99
Tangerine Dream Zeit $29.99
Tangerine Dream Electronic Meditation $29.99
Rebirth the Children $49.99
Trashwomen Spend a Day with… $49.99
v/a Viva Maria OST $39.99
Clan of Xymox Clan of Xymox $29.99
Melvin Van Peebles Watermelon Man $29.99


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