Prince New Vinyl Thursday

It’s Prince New Vinyl Thursday! Check out all of this week’s new vinyl arrivals:

AC/DC – 74 Jailbreak (Remastered)

AC/DC – Highway to Hell (Remastered)

AC/DC – Back in Black (Remastered)

Bernie Worrell – Pieces of Woo – the Other Side (Limited Edition)

Bob Dylan – More Blood More Tracks: The Bootleg Series, Vol. 14

Bruce Springsteen – Greatest Hits (Gatefold LP Jacket, 150 Gram Vinyl, Download Insert)

Beck – Morning Phase

Courtney Barnett ‎– Everybody Here Hates You

The Cardigans – First Band On The Moon (180 Gram Vinyl)

Craig Finn – I Need A New War (Limited Edition, Clear Vinyl)

Deerhunter – Why Hasn’t Everything Already Disappeared

Weekly Review:

Named after the late French author Jean Baudrillard’s 2007 book, Deerhunter’s eighth full-length arrives with a lot of the same pragmatic uncertainty we’re all suffering from right now.
Billed as “a science fiction album about the present,” the band fittingly recorded a large portion of Why Hasn’t Everything Already Disappeared? in the desolate, forgotten town of Marfa, Texas, fresh off some improvisational recording sessions Deerhunter frontman Bradford Cox did with dark pop band DRINKS singer song writer Welsh born Cate Le Bon.
With Le Bon involved, Deerhunter found new inspiration and an opportunity to explore uncharted territory, resulting in the exotic, Japanese-tinged synths of “Détournement,” Lockett Pundt’s “Tarnung,” which leans heavily on vibraphone and sax, and some jarring vocal edits on closer “Nocturne.”
However, by retaining the help of regular collaborator Ben Allen, Deerhunter have also turned in some of the most accessible work they’ve done to date. “Death in Midsummer” is textbook Deerhunter, using guitar noise and a waltzing harpsichord to battle the anxiety of living in a fading world, while “Element” and “Futurism” express a blissfulness we’ve rarely heard from them. But the finest moment comes courtesy of James Dean’s ghost, which haunts the ebullient “Plains,” a song that sought energetic guidance from Whitney Houston’s “How Will I Know.”
In the press release for Why Hasn’t Everything Already Disappeared? it questions the relevance of an album in today’s algorithmic world; Deerhunter shouldn’t be concerned with such things. They continue to look forward and create music that feels unlike anything else out there. This one is no exception: it’s the perfect antidote for these bleak, modern times.
Want to learn more? Just ask the team at The Vinyl Underground, they will lead you too the vinyl gold. -Albert Schmurr

Def Leppard – The Story So Far: The Best Of Def Leppard (180 Gram Vinyl)

Durand Jones & The Indications – Durand Jones & The Indications

Ex Hex – It’s Real (Black, Digital Download Card)

Fleetwood Mac – Rumours

Gary Clark Jr. – This Land

Grant Green – Grant’s First Stand (+Bonus Tracks)

Gorillaz – Demon Days

Juice People Unlimited ‎– Disco Godfather (Original 1979 Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Josh Ritter – Fever Breaks (Coke Bottle Clear Vinyl) (Indie Exclusive)

Jimi Hendrix – Are You Experienced

Jimi Hendrix – Experience Hendrix: The Best Of Jimi Hendrix (Gatefold LP Jacket, 150 Gram Vinyl, 2PC)

John Coltrane – Coltrane ’58: Prestige Recordings (180 Gram Vinyl, Boxed Set)

Kate Bush – Hounds Of Love (2018 Remaster)

King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard – Fishing For Fishies (Colored Vinyl, Green)

Lee Fields & Expressions Format – It Rains Love

Weekly Review:

Lee Fields has seen a lot of changes since he released his first single “Bewildered” 50 years ago. A musical journeyman, he’s seen and done it all but, when things got hard, he has never given up. Like some of his musical counterparts, Sharon Jones and Charles Bradley, Fields found musical success later in life, which allows him to pull from a deep well of personal stories, feelings and experiences. Nowhere is this more evident then on his latest release It Rains Love.
It Rains Love is a ten song ode to love as told only as Fields could tell it, in his worn, classic, powerful voice. Title track It Rains Love is a traditional soul track with some some non traditional keyboard sounds. It’s a unique touch to a great song.
Wake Up is a pointed commentary on the current political climate. Fields is asking people to wake up and focus on the truth, not the fake news. Not sure who to trust or believe, it adds a whole new meaning to the phrase “Can I get a witness?”
A Promise is a Promise really lets The Expressions bring out the sun and shine. From the bongo drum solo to the vocal riffing over the guitar solo to the horns jumping in with their tight hook, it’s a song that starts showcases not only Fields, but the talented musicians he has surround himself with.
As the final “soul” survivor of the big three from NYC that helped bring back classic sounding soul to the mainstream, Fields steps up and delivers. Put down your umbrellas and step outside… It’s Raining Love. -Brad Simmons

Led Zeppelin – Led Zeppelin I (180 Gram Vinyl, Remastered)

Led Zeppelin – Led Zeppelin 2 (180 Gram Vinyl, Remastered)

Led Zeppelin – In Through the Out Door (Remastered)

Marvin Gaye – You’re The Man

Metallica – Garage Days Re-revisited (remastered) (Orange Colored Vinyl, Indie Exclusive)

Metric – Fantasies (Gatefold LP Jacket, 180 Gram Vinyl, Digital Download Card)

Mac Miller – Swimming

Mac Miller – Blue Slide Park

Neil Young – Harvest Moon

Nick Drake – Pink Moon

Prince – Rave In2 the Joy Fantastic (Purple Colored Vinyl, 150 Gram Vinyl, Download Insert)

Prince – Purple Rain (180 Gram Vinyl, Remastered)

Pink Floyd – The Wall (180 Gram Vinyl, Gatefold LP Jacket)

Potty Mouth – Snafu (Indie Exclusive) (With Bonus 7″, Blue, Indie Exclusive)

Roxy Music – Avalon

Sturgill Simpson – Metamodern Sounds in Country Music

Sturgill Simpson – High Top Mountain

Sturgill Simpson – Sailor’s Guide to Earth (Bonus CD, 180 Gram Vinyl, 2PC)

Tom Petty – Greatest Hits

This Mortal Coil – Itll End In Tears

Various – High Fidelity (Original Soundtrack)

Various Artists – Cleopatra Jones (Original Soundtrack From the Motion Picture)(Limited Edition, Red, Blue Colored Vinyl)

Various – Pretty in Pink (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (Colored Vinyl)

Various Artists – The Sopranos (20th Anniversary) – Peppers & Eggs (RSD Exclusive)

War on Drugs – Lost in the Dream

Wilco – Sky Blue Sky

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