Totally awesome raw thrash metal from Cleveland’s Midnight. Released by Hells Headbangers who put out and endless stream of awesome looking vinyl. Much bullet belt action on this one.

A1: Satanic Royalty
A2v You Can’t Stop Steel
A3: Rip This Hell
A4: Necromania
A5: Black Damnation
B1: Lust Filth And Sleaze
B2: Violence On Violence
B3: Savage Dominance
B4: Holocaustic Deafening
B5: Shock Til Blood
B6: TAP

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Part two of a two part 7″ release put out by the Poppies in 1994. This one on green vinyl released via Infectious.

Part one of a two part 7″ release put out by the Poppies in 1994. This one on orange vinyl released via Infectious.

2014 (bit late on posting this one!) Record Store Day split release from At The Gates and Decapitated both playing Slayer Covers. 7″ Picture disc released via Earache Records.

A: At The Gates – Captor Of Sin
B: Decapitated – Mandatory Suicide

Blue vinyl edition of Jonathan Wilson’s Fanfare album, definitely a personal favourite from recent years. So many great tracks on here, lovely folky stuff with a nice retro vibe. Highly recommended if you’ve not heard before.

A1: Fanfare
A2: Dear Friend
A3: Her Hair Is Growing Long
B1: Love To Love
B2: Future Vision
B3: Moses Pain
C1: Cecil Taylor
C2: Illumination
C3: Desert Trip
D1: Fazon
D2: New Mexico
D3: Lovestrong

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A power ballad of epic proportions from a man of not so epic proportions. He’s come up for a lot of flak over the years but Phil Collins has made some pretty top tunes and this isn’t too shabby, if you like that sort of thing. Has anyone actually seen Against The Odds? The song stood the test of time a bit better than that one, eh?

Group: Pretty Mary Sunshine
Songs A: Jessica
Songs B: Can I stay?
Label: Spontaneous Underground Recordings
Year: 1994
Run out groove: LARDOG 001A L-42951X
Additional Info: Yes, there is a hole on the upper part of this record. It’s so badly recorded that in college we used it as a ceiling hanging decoration

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The debut EP from At The Gates reissued for RSD 2015 on brown marbled vinyl by Century Media. Originally released back in 1991 and still sounding pretty decent this was the start of a very impressive but short career.

A1: Souls Of The Evil Departed
A2: At The Gates
B1: All Life Ends
B2: City Of Screaming Statues

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Run out groove: FEEDS 5-A
Additional Info: I think the black splotches might be unintentional as they are only on one part of the vinyl, possibly a few black pellets in with the orange. Feedbands is a subscription site for monthly colored vinyl from independent artists.

A1: Give Up
A2: Outside Of An In Joke
A3: Heart And Soul
A4: So Tired Of You
A5: Everyone
B1: Nothing But A Love Song
B2: Exit Wound
B3: Letters To Rachel
B4: Not Wait An Age

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A project led by ex-Field Music bassist Ian Black, welcome to the slightly odd world of Slug . The unmistakeable Brewis brothers sound is still there while the songs contain a great mix of catchy hooks, haunting harmonies as well as plenty of weird time changes and off kilter bits and bobs. Another fine Memphis Industries release.

A1: Grimacing Mask
A2: Cockeyed Rabbit Wrapped In Plastic
A3: Sha La La
A4: Eggs And Eyes
A5: Greasy Mind
A6: Shake Your Loose Teeth
B1: Weight Of Violence
B2: Running To Get Past Your Heart
B3: Peng Peng
B4: Kill Your Darlings
B5: At Least Show That You Care

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