Final Cut New Vinyl Thursday

It’s the Final Cut New Vinyl Thursday and the last of the Pink Floyd reissues are finally available. Check out this week’s list:


Amy Cook – Summer Skin


Agent Orange – Surf Punks (White, Limited Edition)

Alabama Shakes – Sound & Color (2LP clear vinyl)


Alice in Chains – Black Gives Way to Blue (Gatefold LP Jacket, Clear Vinyl)


Bob Marley – Legend (180 Gram Vinyl, Special Edition)


The Brian Jonestown Massacre – Groove Is In The Heart (10-Inch Vinyl)

The Beatles – Abbey Road (180 Gram Vinyl, Remastered)

Black Sabbath – Paranoid (180 Gram Vinyl, Limited Edition, Blue Colored Vinyl)


Cocteau Twins – Blue Bell Knoll (180 Gram Vinyl, Digital Download Card)


Cocteau Twins – Tiny Dynamine / Echoes in a Shallow Bay (180 Gram Vinyl, Digital Download Card)


The Cramps – Flamejob (Limited Edition red vinyl)


The Cranberries – No Need to Argue (limited to 1000 copies on red vinyl 180 Gram Vinyl)


Charles Mingus – Mingus Ah Um (180 Gram Vinyl, Import)

Childish Gambino – Because the Internet (2LP box set)

Coldplay – Ghost Stories (180 Gram Vinyl, Digital Download Card)


The Dictators – Bloodbrothers


The Doors – Doors (180 Gram Vinyl)


David Bowie – Next Day (With CD, 2LP)


David Dondero ‎- Inside The Cat’s Eye (Check out his NPR Tiny Desk concert. NPR named him as one of our greatest living songwriters. We agree)


Dead Boys – Young Loud And Snotty


Dead Can Dance – Into The Labyrinth


Dee Dee King ‎– Standing In The Spotlight

Dr. Dre – Chronic


Have Mercy – Earth Pushed Back

Hootie & The Blowfish – Cracked Rear View


Funkadelic – Standing on the Verge: The Best of Funkadelic (Import)


Funkadelic – Standing On The Verge Of Getting It On (Colored Vinyl)

Funkadelic – Free Your Mind and Your Ass Will Follow (Import)


John Coltrane – My Favorite Things (180 Gram Vinyl)


K.D. Lang – Hymns Of The 49th Parallel

Kendrick Lamar – Good Kid: M.A.A.D City (2LP)

The Killers – Hot Fuss


Lupe Fiasco – Food & Liquor

The Logic – Under Pressure (Deluxe Edition 2LP)


Mick Harvey – Intoxicated Women


Michael Jackson – Bad (Gatefold LP Jacket)


Mono – Under The Pipal Tree (2LP- 1st time on vinyl!)


Pink Floyd – The Final Cut (2016 Version, 180 Gram Vinyl, Gatefold LP Jacket)


Pink Floyd – A Momentary Lapse Of Reason (180 Gram Vinyl, Gatefold LP Jacket)


Radiohead – Hail To The Thief (180 Gram Vinyl, 45 RPM, 2LP)


Radiohead – In Rainbows (180 Gram Vinyl)


The Replacements – All Shook Down


The Replacements – Don’t Tell A Soul


The Replacements – Tim


The Replacements – Pleased To Meet Me


The Rolling Stones – Sticky Fingers


Run the Jewels – Run The Jewels 3 (2LP- indie only gold vinyl)


Sharon Jones – Give the People What They Want


Sharon Jones – I Learned the Hard Way (Digital Download Card)


Solange – A Seat At The Table (Download Insert, 2LP)

Sade – Best of Sade (180 Gram Vinyl, 2LP)


Third Eye Blind – We Are Drugs


Tycho – Epoch


Various Artists – Eccentric Soul: The Forte Label (2LP- Numero Records local KC label release)


Various Artists – Funk Fever 2 (Import)

Various Artists – U.S. Music with Funkadelic (Import)

The Final Cut New Vinyl Thursday in it’s entirety. What a great list. Stop in today and pick up some new music. We are open until 9 pm.

We are going to try something new with this week’s post. We are going to post a few reviews from or staff “Picks of the Week”. Here’s David’s:


Before KISS, there was Budgie! Formed in Wales in 1967, Budgie released their first album in 1971. “Squawk” is their second studio album released in 1972, reissued here, and is my Pick Of The Week. The more I delve into this band’s catalog, the more I realize just how much “the hottest band in the world” plagiarized Budgie. Listen to the bass licks on “Rocking Man” from this LP, and tell me you’re not hearing “100,000 Years” (shame on you, Gene!) This trio does not get the respect they deserve for being original, tight, and fun to listen to. I highly recommend “Squawk” as well as the other Budgie re-issues to your collection.  m/DAVIDm/

Jonathan (DJ Jdank) has this to say about his pick:


The Killers – Hot Fuss (2017) Reissue- This Album has always been a favorite of mine and almost all my friends. A classic combination of Synth-Pop & Indie Rock. When I was in high school I remember hearing Mr. Brightside and Somebody Told Me at all the parties and every time I turned on the radio and for the lowest price around of $19 bucks… you can’t go wrong! “Keep Calm & Spin On”

Sherman has been listening to all the releases on Colemine Records lately and their newest- Soul Scratch “Pushing Fire” is his Pick of the Week.

Tip-on Gatefold OUTSIDE - left pocket glued shut

Soul Scratch “Pushing Fire” sounds just like 1969, in the best possible way. It’s heavy neo soul/funk and when its spinning you can’t sit still. It’s moving around music. If you like the Alabama Shakes, St Paul and the Broken Bones, Leon Bridges, or anything on the Daptone Label- like I do- you need this record. The packaging looks as good as the music sounds and we have the exclusive, indie only, orange vinyl edition for $21. Come pick up your copy today.

After you have added the final pieces of your Pink Floyd collection let the friendliest and most knowledgeable record nerds slinging vinyl in Kansas City help you find the perfect record to put a smile on your face when it hits your turntable (we can help with a new turntable too). Thanks for letting us be YOUR local record store. It’s why we are here.

Thanks for reading this week’s Final Cut New Vinyl Thursday post and thanks for all of your support! We appreciate you and your business. Mention this post before you check out and we will give you 20% off ANY one item in our shop. Offer good through 1/25/17.

Enjoy the music and we will see you soon. Your loving Vinyl Underground at 7th Heaven staff,


Jonathan, Dionna, David, Sherman, Gordon and sometimes Dylan. (Not Philip)

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