Warm Weather New Vinyl Thursday!

It’s a Warm Weather New Vinyl Thursday. Check out this hot list:


Acid Mother’s Temple- Anthem of the Space (new album from the Japanese psych gods)


Band of Horses- Why Are You Ok?


Sam Beam & Jesca Hoop- Love Letter For Fire (collaboration from Iron & Wine front man)


Charles Bukowski- Reads His Poetry ( “Rude and Crude” Live in San Francisco 1972-very limited issue of 400 copies worldwide on red wine colored vinyl)


Shawn Colvin & Steve Earle- Colvin & Earle


Garbage- Strange Little Bird (2LP)


Guerilla Toss- Flood Dosed (electro funk punk)

Guerilla Toss- Smack Brick


The Heliocentrics & Melvin Van Peebles- The Last Transmission (this is the weird shit- free form elctro jazz with dialogue like “I guess If I was back on planet Earth marooned on some island/ Back a few centuries ago, before I was even born/ I guess I’d be writing all this stuff down and stuffing it in a bottle and strolling down to the beach and throwing it into the sea/ But under the circumstances ESP is the best you’re gonna get out of me…”)


Lera Lynn- Resistor (new album from the genre bending Americana rising star)


Lera Lynn- The Avenues


Nigeria 70- The Story of 1970’s Funky Lagos- VA (for more info see shoes on the front of cover- 3LP 2CD and DVD)


Esme’ Patterson- We Were Wild (colored vinyl- I haven’t heard it all yet, but I’m pretty sure this one will be my pick of the week)

for you

Prince- For You (his debut LP)

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Radiohead- In Rainbows

Radiohead- OK Computer

Radiohead- Kid A (2×10″)

Rage Against The Machine- Rage Against The Machine (180g)


Eli Paperboy Reed- My Way Home


The Smiths- Louder Than Bombs (classic 2LP 180g greatest hits album)


Stevie Ray Vaughn- Live at The Spectrum, Philadelphia May 23rd 1988 (2LP 180g)


Leon Ware- Musical Massage (Ltd 2,000 copies on 180g brown vinyl)

That is a Warm Weather New Vinyl Thursday! Stop in today and pick up some new music. We are open until 9 pm.


Sale! The Groove Washer record cleaning system is on sale through Father’s Day, June 19th. We use this cleaning system at the shop and at home. You won’t find a better manual cleaning system anywhere and this one is designed and built right here in Kansas City. Support local!

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The U-Turn Orbit Plus turntables are disappearing off our shelves fast, stop in today to see why everyone is talking about these beautiful units. We have a limited supply in black and white currently available at the best price anywhere.


The used records just keep rolling in with no end in sight! We typically buy 1000+ pieces of used vinyl every week and this week we have more than doubled that. We have bought a hardcore punk collection (including a stack of 45’s), an immaculate jazz collection (many of the titles still in the shrink wrap), several classic rock collections and a large used “recent release” rock collection. Check our Facebook page for photos and more information on all of our recent acquisitions. Our goal is to get a linear foot of records cleaned and priced every shift, so doing the math, that’s 2 feet of new releases per day and 14 feet of new records hitting our bins every week! Come dig!


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Thanks for reading this Warm Weather New Vinyl Thursday newsletter. Enjoy the music and we will see you soon. Your loving Vinyl Underground staff,


Gordon, Jonathan, Sherman, David, Dionna, and sometimes Dylan.

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