It’s Zombie New Vinyl Thursday at The Vinyl Underground at 7th Heaven. Most of Rob Zombie’s solo catalog is being reissued with deluxe versions. Check them out below along with all of this week’s new vinyl arrivals:
Archie Shepp – Yasmina a Black Woman (180 Gram Vinyl)
The Beatles – Beatles (The White Album) (Mono Sound, 2LP)
The Breeders – All Nerve (indie only orange vinyl)
Bettye LaVette – Things Have Changed (2LP)
Ben Harper & Charlie Musselwhite – No Mercy In This Land (180 Gram Vinyl)
The Count Five – Psychotic Reaction (180 Gram Vinyl)
Cut Chemist – Die Cut (2LP)
Czarface – Czarface Meets Metal Face
C.W. Stoneking – Gon’ Boogaloo (Gatefold LP Jacket)
Cocteau Twins – Head Over Heels
Cocteau Twins – Treasure
Camp Cope – How To Socialise & Make Friends
The Cramps – Songs The Lord Taught Us (Purple, Limited Edition)
Childish Gambino – Camp
Childish Gambino – “Awaken, My Love”
Childish Gambino – Because the Internet (2LP)
Charles Bradley – Victim of Love
The Decemberists – I’ll Be Your Girl (Limited Edition, Colored Vinyl, Indie Exclusive)
Dungen & Woods – Myths 003
Dr. Dre – Chronic
Erika Wennerstrom – Sweet Unknown (Limited Edition, White, 2LP)
Gwenno – Le Kov
George Thorogood & Destroyers – Bad To The Bone (180 Gram Vinyl)
Gil Scott-Heron – Revolution Will Not Be Televised
Hank Mobley – Hank Mobley Quartet (Remastered, Reissue)
Hank Mobley – Hank Mobley With Donald Byrd & Lee Morgan
Hank Mobley – No Room for Squares
Hank Mobley – Turnaround
Jack White – Boarding House Reach (180 Gram Vinyl)
Jean-Jacques Perrey – Musique Electronique Du Cosmos
Jeff Rosenstock- Post- (indie only blue vinyl)
POST by Jeff Rosenstock
Prior to his solo career Jeff was writer and producer for the band, “Bomb the Music Industry! This is the 3rd solo effort and comes on the heels of the 2016 release “Worry.”, Which made some critics best of the year lists.
“POST” starts with the blistering, seven-minute “USA”, which opens with a passionate Rosenstock on his take of the current state of affairs. A catchy verse with nice keyboard and booming drum finale is a good album starter.
The album then chugs full speed ahead with “Yr Throat”, a pop-punk number about finding a voice in today’s political climate. A good jam with the right ingredients: power chords, chanting vocals, an awesome guitar solo and nice keyboard work.
Every song is easy to get into; this album isn’t a tough listen even when many of the topics covered might be.
The album closer, “Let Them Win.” is an epic final track comming in at 11 minutes long, and is a call to action. The song describes a beaten-down Rosenstock, who is hung out to dry. After setbacks and hope all but gone, the song delivers, “We’re not gonna let them win”. Powerful, it shows a willingness to keep fighting, even when the odds are stacked against someone.
This album is definitely worth a listen and a trip to the Underground!
Jimi Hendrix – Valleys of Neptune (180 Gram Vinyl, 2LP)
Jimi Hendrix – Are You Experienced
King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard – Gumboot Soup
Lee Dorsey – Yes We Can
Led Zeppelin – Led Zeppelin II (180 Gram Vinyl, Remastered)
Mac DeMarco – Salad Days (Digital Download Card)
Prince – Prince
Portishead – Dummy
The Pack A.D. – Dollhouse
The Pack A.D. – Positive Thinking
Rob Zombie – American Made Music To Strip By (2LP)
Rob Zombie – Astro-Creep: 2000 Live Songs Of Love, Destruction And Other Synthetic
Rob Zombie – Educated Horses
Rob Zombie – Hellbilly Deluxe
Rob Zombie – The Sinister Urge (picture disc)
Rob Zombie – Spookshow International Live (2LP picture disc)
Rob Zombie – Zombie Live (2LP)
Rage Against the Machine – Battle of Los Angeles 180 Gram Vinyl)
Rick Springfield – The Snake King (180 Gram Vinyl, Blue, Limited Edition, Gatefold LP Jacket)
The Rolling Stones – Let It Bleed (Remastered)
Shakey Graves – & the War Came (180 Gram Vinyl, Digital Download Card)
Spacemen 3 – Dreamweapon (2LP)
Spank Rock & Benny Bianco Are-Bangers & Cash – B-O-O-T-A-Y
Sublime – 40oz. To Freedom (Gatefold LP Jacket, 2LP)
Sun Palace – Raw Movements / Rude Movements (2LP)
Sunflower Bean – Twentytwo In Blue (Colored Vinyl, Indie Exclusive, Digital Download Card)
My Pick of the Week is Sunflower Bean‘s Twentytwo in Blue. This is the second full length from the young trio from NYC. I loved their first release and was really excited to hear the new music. Twentytwo in Blue was worth the wait. It’s more of the same psych edged jangle rock. Harmonies that will make you cry, great hooks, and superb songwriting. My favorite cuts so far are Twentytwo, Crisis Fest, and Oh No, Bye Bye. I saw them live twice in support of their first album in 2016 and saw them again twice last week at SXSW. They are really great performers and the new material is even better live. Make sure to catch them at recordBar on 6/26 . We have the indie only blue vinyl version in stock for $22. Pick up your copy today. Sherman
Steve Miller Band – Greatest Hits 1974-78 (Limited Edition, 180 Gram Vinyl)
Tool – Lateralus (2LP picture discs)
Tyler, The Creator – Flower Boy (Gatefold LP Jacket, 150 Gram Vinyl, Download Insert)
Various Artists – Radio Cramps: The Purple Knif Show (2 Pack, 2LP)
Wilco – Sky Blue Sky (2LP)
Zombie New Vinyl Thursday and much more! Thanks for checking out the list.
Record Store Day is less than a month away. We ordered every title and will price them all BELOW the retail suggested price (not 20% above that RSD allows and most stores use to price). We will open at 7 am with bagels, coffee and juice. Get in line early and shop with us first to save both time AND money. Join the party and get updates as they happen HERE. Please invite all your vinyl loving friends as we want everyone to get the records they want.
We are very excited to be hosting the first Kansas City showing of Music By The Pound- The Crown Records Story. Join the event HERE and be sure to invite all your friends who are into music, records, history and/or film making as the creator, Jerold Kress will be presenting the film and answering questions. Once in a lifetime opportunity here.
Ever wonder what your friends at The Vinyl Underground do when they aren’t selling you records? Well here’s what Sherman did for a week this month. Click HERE to read all about his SXSW 2018 adventures.
Can’t quite afford that box set you have been eyeing? Bring us some records you don’t like anymore. Bring us the records in your Mom’s basement. Bring us the records in your Grammy’s attic. Just bring us some records. We will give you cash or 20% more in store credit. It’s a win win.
Thanks for reading this week’s Zombie New Vinyl Thursday post. Mention you did so before checking out and we will give you 20% off ANY one item through 4/4/27/18. We love ya!
Enjoy the music and we will see you soon. Your loving Vinyl Underground at 7th Heaven staff,
Sherman, Gordon, Daniel, Dylan, David, Jonathan, and Dionna
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