Germany’s Stallion here with a bit of old skool style heavy metal: the sort of thing that I shouldn’t like but, for some reason, do. A nice bit of blue & yellow splatter vinyl ties in well with the artwork. Released through High Roller Records, limited to 300.

A1: Rise And Ride
A2: Wild Stallions
A3: Streets Of Sin
A4: Stigmatized
A5: Canadian Steele
B1: Bill To Pay
B2: Watch Out
B3: The Right One
B4: The Devil Never Sleeps
B5: Wooden Horse

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2014 repress of Death’s masterpiece, Symbolic, one of my all-time favourite albums. If you’re into metal then I cannot recommend this highly enough. Nice to be able to get a recent press of this as the original sells for obscene amounts. Released on white vinyl via Metal Blade Records.

RIP Chuck and all that…
A1: Symbolic
A2: Zero Tolerance
A3: Empty Words
A4: Sacred Serenity
A5: 1,000 Eyes
B1: Without Judgement
B2: Crystal Mountain
B3: Misanthrope
B4: Perennial Quest

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Everyone should own at least one Talking Heads LP, although the preference would obviously be to have every single one of them in your collection. Fronted by one of the coolest guys in rock, David Byrne, this was the single that came after one of their biggest hits, Road To Nowhere. Limited to 13,500 apparently which doesn’t seem very limited at all!

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Thinking man’s indie pop from Dutch Uncles with more of their catchy radio friendly ditties. O Shudder is their fourth album and the third put out by Memphis Industries. This is the red vinyl version that was available exclusively through independent record shops.

A1: Babymaking
A2: Upsilon
A3: Drips
A4: Decided Knowledge
A5: I Should Have Read
B1: In n Out
B2: Given Thing
B3: Don’t Sit Back (Frankie Said)
B4: Accelerate
B5: Tidal Weight
B6: Be Right Back

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A Record Store Day 2015 Release on lovely green splatter vinyl. Two versions of the same track, The Message.

Songs A: The Message (Grand Master Flash, 1982)
Songs B: The Message (Stiff Little Fingers, 1997)
Label: Rhino
Year: 2015

 

Yet another revered death metal act returning after a lengthy hiatus with a new album. Best known for their 1991 classic, From Beyond, released on Earache this one hit the shelves in 2014 courtesy of Century Media. This clear vinyl version was limited to 300 copies.

A1: The Ancient Ones
A2: As We Wait To Die
A3: Ascension Of The Deceased
A4: Hunter’s Blood
A5: Darkness Fell
A6: False Revelation
A7: Succumb To Rapture
B1: Reminants Of Hatred
B2: Shield Of The Son
B3: The Evil Within
B4: Sands Of Time
B5: Beast With Vengeance
B6: Back From Beyond
B7: Honor The Fallen

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Yet another FDR repress from extreme music masters Earache this time with Massacre’s 1991 death metal classic, From Beyond. Limited to 200 copies this is the yellow & black biohazard splatter edition

A1: Dawn Of Eternity
A2: Cryptic Remains
A3: Biohazard
A4: Chamber Of Ages
B1: From Beyond
B2: Defeat Remains
B3: Succubus
B4: Symbolic Immortality
B5: Corpse Grinder

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Originally release on CD back in 1992 to coincide with the Gods of Grind European tour this compilation was put out for the first time on vinyl for Record Store Day 2015 by metal legends Earache Records. Featuring classic tracks from grindcore pioneers Carcass, Swedish death metal maestros, Entombed, and label mates Cathedral and Confessor this is mainly a collection of stuff that came out on previous albums and EPs with a few exclusive tracks. Also available in transparent red vinyl this is the “neon” yellow version.

A1: Carcass – Incarnated Solvent Abuse
A2: Carcass – Tools Of Trade
A3: Carcass – Pyosisified (Still Rotten To The Gore)
A4: Carcass – Hepatic Tissue Fermentation II
B1: Entombed – Stranger Aeons
B2: Entombed – Dusk
B3: Entombed – Shreds Of Flesh
C1: Cathedral – Soul Sacrifice
C2: Cathedral – Golden Blood (Flooding)
C3: Cathedral – Autumn Twilight
C4: Cathedral – Frozen Rapture
D1: Confessor – Condemned
D2: Confessor – The Last Judgement
D3: Confessor – Endtime

Most people think of Alan Partridge when they hear the name Norwich but now there’s another reason to like the place, Shrapnel. These Norfolk boys released The Virus Conspires to a rumble of broadsheet praise in 2014 and it was well deserved too. For anyone who likes a bit of thrash metal you could do a lot worse than checking out these rifftastic lads. Released on a pretty swanky double clear & red splatter vinyl this is an album that didn’t really seem to get the praise it deserves. “Back of the net” etc.

A1: Kingdom Come
A2: Titan
A3: Braindead
B1: 22
B2: The Virus Conspires
B3: The Wake
C1: Red Terror
C2: The Watchers
C3: Pseudocommando
D1: Poison The Mind
D2: All That We Know
D3: Devils Born

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After being commissioned to write a score for John Grierson’s 1929 film Drifters and touring it round the country Field Music  released the whole thing on silver vinyl for Record Store Day 2015. Released via Memphis Industries and limited to 700 copies this marks the incredibly talented duo’s first entirely instrumental album.

A1: Introduction
A2: Village
A3: Engine
A4: Out Of The Harbour
A5: Headland
A6: The Log-Line Tells The Miles
A7: Casting Out Part 1
A8: While Down Below
A9: Casting Out Parts 2 & 3
A10: Night-Time
A11: Destroyers Of The Deep
A12: Dawn Breaks
B1: Wake Up
B2: Hauling
B3: The Storm Gathers
B4: Full Speed
B5: Batten Down
B6: The Ship Rides Through / Quayside Part 1
B7: Quayside Part 2
B8: Ends Of The Earth

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