Tunde Adebimpe of TV On The Radio, DoseOne and Mike Patton of a million different things but mostly Faith No More released this years-in-the-making album early 2016 on lilac vinyl to independent shops (and also via their web store). Housed in a triple gatefold sleeve with slipcover, packaging designed by Keith Tyson.

Dark Ear
Treat Em Right
Wrong Animal Right Trap
Tough Towns
Hate On
Mr. Mistake
Shellshot
At Your Service
Non Babylon
Fame II the Wreckoning

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Released in 2015 the soundtrack to the arcade game ‘Super Hang-On’ was released on translucent red, white and blue splatter and sourced from an original 1987 arcade cabinet. Music by Koichi Namiki, Katsuhiro Hayashi and Shigeru Ohwada

A1. Opening
A2. Outride a Crisis
A3. Sprinter
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B1. Winning Run
B2. Hard Road
B3. Goal
B4. Name Entry

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Reissued, and for the first time on vinyl, Aftermath’s Eyes of Tomorrow is a slept on bit of 90s thrash. A joint release from Hell’s Headbangers and Shadow Kingdom Records in 2015 this came out on red & grey merge vinyl.

A1: Words That Echo Fear
A2: Eyes Of Tomorrow
A3: Being
A4: Experience
B1: Afraid Of Time
B2: Reflecting Pictures
B3: Change Of Mood
C1: The Act Of Unspoken Wisdom
C2: Whisper Of A Dream
C3: Proud Reflex
C4: Snuff
C5: A Temptation To Overthrow
D1: Japan
D2: Metallic Slums And Highrises
D3: God Is In The Details
D4: Strain

Released by Data Discs in 2015, This translucent blue marbled print of the original soundtrack for the much loved Sega Dreamcast game ‘Shenmue’. Supplied with lithographic print and OBI strip.

A1. Shenmue – Sedge Tree
A2. Shenhua – Sedge Flower
A3. Encounter with Destiny
A4. Christmas on Dobuita Street
A5. The Sadness I Carry on My Shoulders
A6. Cherry Blossom Wind Dance
A7. Daily Agony
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B1. Tears of Separation
B2. Dawn
B3. Snowy Scenery
B4. Separated from Yokosuka
B5. Departure for Hope
B6. The Place Where the Sun Sets (Version 2)

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Repressed (repossessed?) for 2015, Possessed’s demonic debut is back on awesome black & white splatter vinyl. The first of three reissues by High Roller Records of early Possessed material featuring faithful recreations of original packaging and artwork. Nice embossed sleeve on this. Top work.

A1: The Exorcist
A2: Pentagram
A3: Burning In Hell
A4: Evil Warriors
A5: Seven Churches
B1: Satan’s Curse
B2: Holy Hell
B3: Twisted Minds
B4: Fallen Angel
B5: Death Metal

The Brewis Brothers are back again with their fifth LP, Commontime. A firm favourite round these parts, it’s another collection of melodic indie pop released again through Memphis Industries. This green vinyl version was exclusive to the Memphis Industries online shop and was limited to 500. The first few copies came with a signed Commontime poster, an orange vinyl version was available through independent retailers. It’s awesome, go buy it if you haven’t already.

A1: The Noisy Days Are Over
A2: Disappointed
A3: But Not For You
B1: I’m Glad
B2: Don’t You Want To Know What’s Wrong?
B3: How Should I Know If You’ve Changed?
B4: Trouble At The Lights
C1: They Want You To Remember
C2: It’s A Good Thing
C3: The Morning Is Waiting
D1: Indeed It Is
D2: That’s Close Enough For Now
D3: Same Name
D4: Stay Awake

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12″ picture disc from the New York thrash legends released at the dawn of the 90s, the decade that would see metal die out and grunge take it place. This one is taken from Persistence of Time, the last album to feature Joey Belladonna for many years.

A: In My World
B: Keep It In The Family

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2015 repress of this compilation released after their last 90s studio album, Swansong. It’s a collection of previous hard to find sessions as well as the two EPs (Tools of the Trade and Heartwork) that came out a few years before. Previously only available on CD this saw the first time the collection saw a vinyl release. While there were multiple copies that saw the clear/green splatter version this was one of the first 100 copies that featured the black cover art.

A1: Edge Of Darkness
A2: Emotional Flatline
A3: Ever Increasing Circles
A4: Blood Spattered Banner
A5: I Told You So (Corporate Rock Really Does Suck)
B1: Buried Dreams
B2: No Love Lost
B3: Rot ‘N’ Roll
B4: Edge Of Darkness
C1: This Is Your Life
C2: Rot ‘N’ Roll
C3: Tools Of The Trade
C4: Pyosisified (Still Rotten To The Gore)
C5: Hepatic Tissue Fermentation II
D1: Genital Grinder II
D2: Hepatic Tissue Fermentation
D3: Exhume To Consume

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Another single from Seventh Son of a Seventh Son and another to feature a shaped picture disc. Cool looking stuff from the rock legends.

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Embrace’s 2014 eponymous LP, their sixth, released on white vinyl with a hint of marbling.

A1: Protection
A2: In The End
A3: Refugees
B1: I Run
B2: Follow You Home
C1: Quarters
C2: At Once
C3: Self Attack Mechanism
D1: The Devil Looks After His Own
D2: A Thief On My Island

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