Thursday, September 30, 2010

Wolf Parade: Yulia is hosting a new video for Wolf Parade’s “Yulia,” which is a new single from their recently released album, Expo 86. Production notes by the video’s director, Scott Coffey, are included with the video.

If you don’t care about the video, the song is still pretty good.

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Wednesday, September 29, 2010

No Ripcord: The Black Angels

The Black Angels
Phosphene Dream
Blue Horizon
Released: 9.14.10

Cover art by Beatrice Pediconi

No Ripcord review

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No Age: Fever Dreaming

No Age’s new album, Everything In Between, is now out so promotion is necessary. A review for the album is pending via Kicking Against The Pricks, but in the meantime Sub Pop Records has made available a trailer for the album and another single, “Fever Dreaming.” Give it a look/listen.

Fever Dreaming by subpop

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Friday, September 24, 2010

What I Heard This Morning/Week: The Fresh & Onlys

While I wouldn't call them the second coming of Jeffrey Lee Pierce, or even The Gun Club, the song structure and jangle of "Waterfall," newest single from The Fresh & Onlys, has that refreshing timbre and evokes The Gun Club's melodic presence and even marries the guitar work of Johnny Cash and R.E.M.'s Peter Buck. At least, I hear it. Give it a listen and tell me what you think.


You can find information on the band's upcoming album, Play It Strange, and tour dates here.

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Shopping For Records #37: EARTH Reissue First Recording Sessions...

Via Earsplit PR:

EARTH Announce Release Details For Reissue Of First Recording Sessions

We have been blessed with a massive offering from the gods! For the first time ever the debut recordings of drone purveyours EARTH are available in one concise, beautifully documented capsule.
A Beaurocratic Desire For Extra Capsular Extraction contains the entire 1990 Smegma Studios sessions which are the debut recordings from EARTH.

Previously available scattered via the
Extra Capsular Extractions EP and Sunn Amps and Smashed Guitars CD, this essential collection contains every note from the infamous first EARTH recording sessions. All 7 tracks have been carefully remastered by Mell Dettmer. It is actually questionable what mastering if any was done on the original tracks so we entrusted the task into the very capable hands of Mell who has mastered all the other EARTH releases via Southern Lord. Bearing exclusive artwork by Simon Fowler and package design via Stephen O'Malley, the end result is a burly, mammoth and crushing audio experience that makes this collection a must have even for the diehards that own previous versions of these recordings.

EARTH was founded by Dylan Carlson circa 1989, and in its infant stages contained several different members including Slim Moon (Kill Rock Stars label), Joe Preston (Thrones, Melvins, sunn 0))), High on Fire) and even Dylan's close friend Kurt Cobain. Unbeknownst to Mr. Carlson at the time was that his seemingly simplistic experimentation with heavy music would literally spawn an entire genre, style and sound borrowing from his musical theories. This collection of the very first recordings is an important insight into understanding the birth of this sound; a foreshadowing of the thunder to come.

A Bureaucratic Desire for Extra Capsular Extraction Track Listing:

1. A Bureaucratic Desire for Revenge, part 1 (7:22)
2. A Bureaucratic Desire for Revenge, part 2 (6:38)
3. Ouroboros Is Broken (18:19)
4. Geometry of Murder (7:22)
5. German Dental Work (5:20)
6. Divine and Bright (3:02)
7. Dissolution 1 (7:11)>

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What I Heard This Week: Bird By Snow

A few weeks ago, I received a copy of Common Wealth, which is the fourth album from psych-folk band, Bird By Snow. Admittedly I wasn't expecting much, the natural elements that grace their album's cover indicative of indistinguishable and typically light and airy folk-based acoustic music that was likely to be overly sentimental and sensitive.

Some of what I assumed to be true (i.e. "light," "airy") was, but Bird By Snow pull together some graceful harmonies and the guitar melodies are beautifully arranged and striking. I'm happily surprised at the level of sophistication Common Wealth boasts and "Friends In The City" ably qualifies as a perfect summation of Bird By Snow's sound.

Common Wealth will be released October 27th from Gnome Life Records and it is worth your time and money.

"Friends In The City"

Single was made available through Tiny Mix Tapes.

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Frankie Rose & The Outs: Candy

So, Frankie Rose is given the Carrie treatment by a room full of Goths. Her vengeance is taken via the Sissy Spacek stare but, evidently, there wasn't enough of a budget to visually carry out any sort of graphic or horrifying consequences. So, the Goths yell and fall to the ground, almost as if the second single from Frankie Rose & The Outs, "Candy," was enough to cause them pain. I'm sure that's not the case as it is one of the best songs on the album, but there's little evidence of what catastrophic happenings are sending the bullying Goths into torment. Some of them are holding their ears; just saying.

Their self-titled debut was delivered Tuesday from Slumberland and the video was directed by Vice Cooler (Hawnay Troof, XBXRX).

The video is from Pitchfork:

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What I Heard/Saw This Week: U.S. Christmas

Run Thick In The Night is definitely a contender for best album artwork. Information regarding the new album from U.S. Christmas is below.

Via Earsplit PR:

Psychedelic, high-volume blues rock ensemble U.S. CHRISTMAS will release their long-anticipated fifth full-length, Run Thick In The Night, via Neurot Recordings on September 20, 2010. The disc was recorded by Sanford Parker at Fahrenheit Studio in Johnson City, Tennessee, mixed by Parker and USX members Nate Hall, Matt Johnson and Josh Holt at Semaphore Studios in Chicago, IL and mastered by Collin Jordan.

Hailing from the Appalachian Mountains in Western North Carolina and Eastern Tennessee, U.S. CHRISTMAS create a kaleidoscopic brand of sound that evades easy classification. Founded in Marion, North Carolina in the summer of 2002, the band played rough biker bars, art spaces, and house shows all over the southeast dirt circuit for years, self-releasing albums in rough CDR format. Scott Kelly of Neurosis heard the band’s third record,
Salt The Wound (released in Russia by the label RAIG) through his show on Combat Music Radio/KMBT, which inevitably lead to the release of the band’s fourth album Eat The Low Dogs on Neurot Recordings.

USX now approaches a decade of playing, recording, and evolving, and continues to blur the boundaries of heavy music with earsplitting rock that is by turns jangly, crushing, dark and truly eclectic. Said Hall of the upcoming release:
"This record followed some difficult times for many of us, and I think you can hear that in RTITN. It is not as lyrically dark as ETLD, however it is a continuation of those elements. Run Thick In The Night is rooted in something outside of us, but is driven by a clear and persistent vision. It was necessary for USX to make this album, and it was something I absolutely had to do. I can't really explain it any better than to simply say that it is a very personal, spiritual album for me. ...When I hear the music now I see distinct real places that have, over time, woven into my imagination and become surreal.

"We recorded the entire 13-song album in one weekend in Tennessee, with Sanford Parker at the helm," he continues. "Our friend Travis Kammeyer helped out a lot with studio time and he added some really cool Hammond organ sounds. Minsk drummer Tony Wyioming also played hand drums on a few tracks. Our friend from North Carolina, Hush, did the original artwork, which I think really fits the mood perfectly. Josh Graham from Neurosis/A Storm Of Light did the layout work for us, and it was the perfect finishing touch. I am really proud of RTITN, and really proud of everyone in USX."

Nate Hall – Guitars, Words, Vocals
Matt Johnson – Synthesizers, Guitars, Sounds
Chris Thomas – Guitars, Bass
BJ Graves – Drums
Justin Whitlow – Drums, Experimental Sounds
Josh Holt – Bass, Drones
Meghan Mulhearn - Violin

There were shows scheduled in mid-September to promote the new album, which released last week. In the meantime, I've attached live footage from their appearance during the Hopscotch Festival. Guests included Weedeater, Black Skies, Harvey Milk and Public Enemy.

U.S. Christmas - "Wolf on Anareta" from Mann's World on Vimeo.

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Monday, September 20, 2010

No Ripcord: Swans

My Father Will Guide Me Up A Rope To The Sky
Young God Records
Released: 9.21.10

Cover art by Beatrice Pediconi

No Ripcord review

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Shopping For Records #36: May's bounty...

2010 hasn't, for the most part, been the best year in terms of financial nonchalance. It would be safe to say that, if not for the generosity of record labels and PR reps, I'd have nothing to review and Letters From A Tapehead would probably shrink to irrelevance and ultimately disappear.

But, I did manage to score a couple opportunities this year to hit the record stores, and though I sort of lagged as far as detailing my purchases, many of them have been 2010 albums that I've been meaning to discuss.

So, my first record store trip happened in May as I was armed with some gift certificates.

Chester County Book & Music Company, West Chester, PA:

Butthole Surfers
Hairway To Steven
Latino Bugger Veil
Originally Released: 4.11.88 (on Touch & Go)

Michael Azerrad's Our Band Could Be Your Life: Scenes from the American Indie Underground, 1981-1991 is still, for me, music literature's wish list for pre-Alternative independents and Hairway To Steven was one of the book's points of discussion. I found it used for $2.99 and, for all its absurdity and callous insanity, I would've paid more.

26 Songs
Ipecac Recordings
Released: 3.11.03

This is a compilation/reissue of some very early Melvins recordings from 1986 entitled 10 Songs, along with some outtakes and demos lifted directly from vinyl. It's actually very cool to listen to the second half of the album, the light static of the LP very crisp against the Melvins' sludgy guitar scrawl. Also used.

Released: 9.1.87

This year's reissue of Fables of the Reconstruction inspired me to seek out and add more R.E.M. to my record collection. Document would more than constitute mandatory listening in terms of R.E.M.'s output, "The One I Love" and "It's The End Of The World As We Know It (And I Feel Fine)" having been breakthrough hits for the band. I find Michael Stipe's vocals incredibly forced to a flat squeak in many songs on this album, most notably their cover of Wire's "Strange," but you can't beat the timbre on "The One I Love"'s opening riff. It's iconic at this point and the most memorable moment on the album.

REM The One I Love
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Iggy & The Stooges
Raw Power (Legacy Edition)
Originally Released: 2.73
Reissued: 4.10.10

If it's not THE greatest rock album of all time, Iggy & The Stooges' Raw Power certainly warrants placement in the top ten, (though I would put it below Funhouse). Sony's Legacy imprint revived the David Bowie mix of the album after Iggy Pop's muddied speaker-bursting treatment in the late 90s, this time suitably mastered for a digital format. My first exposure to Raw Power was via Pop's mix and hearing the Legacy Edition was tantamount to culture shock. It really is like listening to a whole new album, though I can't quite determine if it's better. I'll say, without having heard the original analog recording, though, that this is probably the truest version.

I didn't have the scratch to splurge on the 3-disc version with the DVD, so the two-disc Legacy Edition with the Georgia Peaches live album had to be good enough. And, honestly, it is. The 1973 concert inclusion is truly entertaining, especially when you overhear the crowd comment on Pop's disposition with comments like "I don't think he likes us very much," or "He certainly expends a lot of energy!" And, of course, he eggs on some of the crowd and then continues to rock n' roll, cocky motherfucker with a "Cock In (His) Pocket."

The Besnard Lakes
The Besnard Lakes Are The Roaring Night
Released: 3.9.10

Released: 3.9.10

Two of the year's best albums in my opinion.

The Besnard Lakes' ...Are The Roaring Night is dominated by swelling crescendos and pensive gaps of radiating atmosphere. "Albatross" is easily one of 2010's best singles, a light and airy track with bass rhythm peddling jaggedly through its ambience. It just sounded so heartfelt the first time I heard it, and this unfeigned sensitivity continues as you get through ...Are The Roaring Night; some exceptional moments propagated by a desire to leave the physical plain for another more beautifully isolated.

Sisterworld, though, is claustrophobic and paranoid; the Liars' mocking ode to Los Angeles emulative of Brett Easton Ellis' bored complacency and Travis Bickle's urban plague. "Scarecrows on a Killer Slant" perfectly illustrates their intent, the ease at which singer Angus Andrew questions ("Why'd you shoot the man with the gun?") and then answers ("'Cos he bothered you!") a perfect conveyance of apathy as a byproduct of privilege.

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Thursday, September 16, 2010

Monday, September 13, 2010

No Ripcord: David Bowie

David Bowie
Station To Station (Special Edition)
Originally released: 1.23.76
Reissued: 9.28.10

No Ripcord review

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Tuesday, September 07, 2010

Over The Hill: A Few Words About Black Sabbath's Black Sabbath

My favorite recorded 14 minutes/16 seconds can be found at the end of Black Sabbath’s self-titled debut, the three-song blues assault known as “A Bit Of Finger/Sleeping Village/Warning.” I demand a complete absence of outside stimuli when immersed in its goings on, my attention undivided as the Bill Ward/Geezer Butler juggernaut craft one of the best rhythm sections in rock history. Bold statement? Probably, but to me there are few moments on any record that hold up throughout decades of “bigger and badder,” still managing to boast this level of strength, determination and blistering evil. I’m certainly not overlooking Tony Iommi’s spider-ing guitar solos or Ozzy’s eerie delivery, certainly both are at the forefront as far as the Sabbath persona and the occult-ish lean they embodied so well, but Ward and Butler champion my attention with every listen.

I sometimes feel as though I’d been born in the wrong era, especially when confronted by Sabbath’s debut and the idea of hearing this in 1970. “Black Sabbath,” with its clinging bells and pouring rain, inspires in me visions of frantic parents, pitching fits of protest and bonfires melting black platters in attempt to boil the potential Lucifer-mind meld out of any realm of possibility.

What I’ve always found rather fascinating about the quote unquote Satan bands is that they seem to rail against violence and war. “Wicked World” basically lambastes government for allowing its people to starve or die of disease when progress has allowed for the seemingly worthless advantage of landing on the moon. Sabbath utilize darkness, but never at the expense of their humanity, which is where I think they remain somewhat misunderstood. And, honestly, you don’t get more Christian than “N.I.B.” a sympathetic nod to the devil himself that's thoughtful enough to consider Lucifer's feelings for a change.

Black Sabbath's debut turned forty this year and it remains at a creative and transcendent height that few bands have been able to reach let alone surpass.

God bless you, Ozzy Osbourne.

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Black Mountain: The Hair Song

There's a new video for Black Mountain's second single, "The Hair Song." Their new album, Wilderness Heart, will be out later this month.

You can find a review of the album here.

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Friday, September 03, 2010

What I Heard This Morning: Moondoggies & The Intelligence...

Moondoggies — “It’s A Shame, It’s A Pity”

Tidelands, the newest album from Moondoggies, will be released on October 12th through the Hardly Art label. "It's A Shame, It's A Pity" is a pretty laid back and lightly textured rock song, nicely harmonized and rhythmically sound. Worth the couple minutes:

"It's A Shame"

If you like what you hear, below is some information regarding Tidelands and touring.

Via Hardly Art:

“It’s a Shame, It’s a Pity” serves as a perfect introduction to Tidelands, the new Moondoggies record coming out October 12th. Embracing more deliberate songwriting and band dynamics, “It’s a Shame, It’s a Pity” is a stomping but solemn ode, marked by the somber and pensive tones found throughout Tidelands. While the band’s 2008 debut Don’t Be A Stranger won the band fans for it’s easygoing mood, Tidelands catches the Moondoggies at a more contemplative and mature moment. Carried over from the first record, however, are the harmonies, catchy hooks, and stellar musicianship that fans have come to expect.

Tidelands is now available for pre-order at the Hardly Art website, and we will be sending out a bonus Moondoggies cassette with preorders while supplies last. This limited edition tape features their 2009 Record Store Day EP on one side and their 2010 You’ll Find No Answers Here Tour EP on the other, and includes a free download of both releases.


Moondoggies, fall 2010 touring

9.06.10 – Seattle WA at Bumbershoot
10.27.10 – New York NY at the Mercury Lounge
11.10.10 – Chicago IL at Schubas
11.11.10 – Minneapolis MN at First Ave*
11.12.10 – Madison WI at Majestic Theater*
11.13.10 – Milwaukee WI at Turner Hall*
11.14.10 – Ames IA at the Maintenance Shop*
11.15.10 – Denver CO at Hi Dive*
11.16.10 – Salt Lake City at the State Room*
11.20.10 – San Francisco CA at the Independent*
11.21.10 – Santa Barbara CA at Soho*
11.26.10 – Los Angeles CA at El Rey Theatre*
11.27.10 – San Diego CA at the Casbah*

*w/ Dawes

The Intelligence — "Like Like Like Like Like Like Like"

Alternative surf rockabilly? Something like that.

The Intelligence, which is hopefully a play on the military variety and not some statement about their collective IQ, will be releasing their sixth album, Males, September 7th via In The Red. If you like you hear, The Intelligence will be touring in October.

"Like Like Like Like Like Like Like"

Via Force Field PR:

10/16 Seattle, WA - The Funhouse
10/17 Spokane, WA - The Seaside
10/18 Missoula, MT - The Blaine House !
10/20 Fargo, ND - The Aquarium
10/21 Minneapolis, MN - The Hexagon Bar $
10/22 Milwaukee, WI - Cactus Club
10/23 Chicago, IL - Beat Kitchen ^
10/24 Kalamazoo, MI - The Strutt
10/25 Detroit, MI - The Lager House
10/26 Cleveland, OH - Now That's Class @
10/27 Columbus , OH - Cafe Bourbon Street
10/29 Philadelphia, PA - Kung Fu Necktie
10/30 New York, NY - The Cake Shop
10/31 Brooklyn, NY - Todd P Halloween Show
11/01 Richmond, VA - The Strange Matter $
11/02 Charlotte, NC - Snug Harbor
11/03 Atlanta, GA - The Earl
11/04 New Orleans, LA - Siberia #
11/05 Baton Rouge, LA - Spanish Moon *#
11/06 Austin, TX - TBA (Fun Fun Fun Fest After Party)
11/07 Lubbock, TX - TBA
11/09 Tempe, AZ - Yucca Tap Room
11/10 Los Angeles, CA - TBA
11/11 San Francisco, CA - SF Eagle %
11/12 Sacramento, CA - TBA
11/13 Reno, NV - The Lincoln Lounge
11/14 Portland, OR - East End
11/15 Olympia, WA - Northern

! = w/ Thug Nasties, Whisky Whore, with an Acoustic BBQ before the show starts
$ = w/ The Seawhores, Private Dancer, Leisure Bird, Skoal Kodiac & France Has the Bomb
^ = w/ The Arrivals & Toys That kill
@ = w/ So Cow
$ = w/ Bermuda Triangles
* = w/ Polvo
# = w/ JEFF the Brotherhood
% = w/ Ty Segall

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Shopping For Records #35: The King Of Fuh...

Ever heard of a guy named, Stephen Friedland? If you have, then you know the story behind Brute Force, which was the name Friedland used to record his 1967 album, I, Brute Force — Confections Of Love.

This album is being reissued in October by Bar-None Records, having been out of print for over forty years. I’ve never heard the album, but it is a highly regarded, apparently underrated and obviously obscure thanks to its lack of circulation.

The big point of interest with the album, though, is “The King Of Fuh,” which is being included in the I, Brute Force reissue as a bonus track. “The King Of Fuh” caught the attention of John Lennon and George Harrison, both of whom issued the song as a single in 1969 via Apple Records. Capitol and EMI refused to distribute the single thanks to Frieland’s tale of the “Fuh King,” so 2,000 copies were released independently by Apple as “Apple 8.” Needless to say, the track is obscure, but I did find a YouTube clip of the single and its B-side “Nobody Knows.”

“The King Of Fuh” is also being released as part of Apple Records’ first compilation album, Come And Get It: The Best of Apple Records, which will see the light of day on October 25th.

Brute Force has a blog if you’re interested in him, his music, or you want any additional information on “The King Of Fuh” and the reissue.

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Thursday, September 02, 2010

Shopping For Records #32: John Lennon Reissues (Revisited)

In late June, I received a press release regarding the John Lennon reissues/compilations that were being released in honor of what would've been his 70th birthday. This time, there are pictures. Read below for more information.

Via EMI Press Release:

Sweeping Catalogue Initiative Overseen by Yoko Ono and EMI
Music Commemorates Lennon's 70th Birthday

London, England ­ September 1, 2010 ­ EMI Music unveils today the complete tracklists and cover art for a broad selection of remastered John Lennon albums and new collections to be released on CD and digitally on 4 October (5 October in North America). Announced last month, EMI Music's global John Lennon
Gimme Some Truth catalogue campaign is being overseen by Yoko Ono and commemorates the music legend's 70th birthday on 9 October, 2010. Featured in the sweeping initiative are eight remastered John Lennon solo albums and new titles including Double Fantasy Stripped Down, Power To The People: The Hits, Gimme Some Truth, and the John Lennon Signature Box.

For the first time, Lennon's classic solo albums and other standout recordings have been digitally remastered from his original mixes.
Double Fantasy, 1980's GRAMMY Award winner for Album of the Year, will be presented with a newly remixed 'Stripped Down' version produced by Yoko Ono and Jack Douglas, Lennon's original co-producers for the album. Some Time In New York City has been restored to include the six 'Live Jam' recordings featured on the original album.

The deluxe 11CD and digital
John Lennon Signature Box includes 13 previously unreleased home recordings, and Yoko Ono, Sean Lennon, and Julian Lennon have each written personal essays for the lavish collection.

The cover art for the new titles includes original drawings by Sean Lennon for
Double Fantasy Stripped Down, while the cover of 1974's Walls and Bridges is restored to its original artwork.

John Lennon's life and music will be specially feted this fall with a variety of commemorative releases and events around the world. Please visit for official announcements and updates.

Click HERE to view all of the John Lennon cover art images.


1. Power To The People
2. Gimme Some Truth
3. Woman
4. Instant Karma! (We All Shine On)
5. Whatever Gets You Thru The Night
6. Cold Turkey
7. Jealous Guy
8. #9 Dream
9. (Just Like) Starting Over
10. Mind Games
11. Watching The Wheels
12. Stand By Me
13. Imagine
14. Happy Xmas (War Is Over)
15. Give Peace A Chance


(tracklist same as above)

1. Power To The People
2. Gimme Some Truth
3. Woman
4. Instant Karma! (We All Shine On)
5. Whatever Gets You Thru The Night
6. Cold Turkey
7. Jealous Guy
8. #9 Dream
9. (Just Like) Starting Over
10. Mind Games
11. Watching The Wheels
12. Stand By Me
13. Imagine
14. Happy Xmas (War Is Over)
15. Give Peace A Chance


Working Class Hero
1. Working Class Hero
2. Instant Karma! (We All Shine On)
3. Power To The People
4. God
5. I Don't Wanna Be a Soldier Mama I Don¹t Wanna Die
6. Gimme Some Truth
7. Sunday Bloody Sunday
8. Steel And Glass
9. Meat City
10. I Don't Wanna Face It
11. Remember
12. Woman Is The Nigger Of The World
13. I Found out
14. Isolation
15. Imagine
16. Happy Xmas (War Is Over)
17. Give Peace A Chance
18. Only People

1. Mother
2. Hold On
3. You Are Here
4. Well Well Well
5. Oh My Love
6. Oh Yoko!
7. Grow Old With Me
8. Love
9. Jealous Guy
10. Woman
11. Out The Blue
12. Bless You
13. Nobody Loves You (When You're Down And Out)
14. My Mummy's Dead
15. I'm Losing You
16. (Just Like) Starting Over
17. #9 Dream
18. Beautiful Boy (Darling Boy)

Borrowed Time
1. Mind Games
2. Nobody Told Me
3. Cleanup Time
4. Crippled Inside
5. How Do You Sleep?
6. How?
7. Intuition
8. I'm Stepping Out
9. Whatever Gets You Thru The Night
10. Old Dirt Road
11. Scared
12. What You Got
13. Cold Turkey
14. New York City
15. Surprise Surprise (Sweet Bird Of Paradox)
16. Borrowed Time
17. Look At Me
18. Watching The Wheels

1. Be-Bop-A-Lula
2. You Can't Catch Me
3. Medley: Rip It Up/Ready Teddy
4. Tight A$
5. Ain't That a Shame
6. Sweet Little Sixteen
7. Do You Wanna Dance
8. Slippin' and Slidin'
9. Peggy Sue
10. Medley: Bring It On Home/Send Me Some Lovin'
11. Yer Blues (Live)
12. Just Because
13. Boney Moronie
14. Beef Jerky
15. Ya Ya
16. Hound Dog (Live)
17. Stand By Me
18. Here We Go Again


Original Albums [digitally remastered]

- John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band
- Imagine
- Some Time In New York City
- Mind Games
- Walls and Bridges
- Rock 'n' Roll
- Double Fantasy
- Milk and Honey

Home Tapes

1. Mother
2. Love
3. God
4. I Found Out
5. Nobody Told Me
6. Honey Don't
7. One Of The Boys
8. India , India
9. Serve Yourself
10. Isolation
11. Remember
12. Beautiful Boy (Darling Boy)
13. I Don't Wanna Be a Soldier Mama I Don't Wanna Die


1. Power To The People
2. Happy Xmas (War Is Over)
3. Instant Karma! (We All Shine On)
4. Cold Turkey
5. Move Over Ms. L
6. Give Peace a Chance


John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band (1970)

1. Mother
2. Hold On
3. I Found Out
4. Working Class Hero
5. Isolation
6. Remember
7. Love
8. Well Well Well
9. Look At Me
10. God
11. My Mummy's Dead

Imagine (1971)

1. Imagine
2. Crippled Inside
3. Jealous Guy
4. It's So Hard
5. I Don't Wanna Be A Soldier Mama I Don't Wanna Die
6. Gimme Some Truth
7. Oh My Love
8. How Do You Sleep?
9. How?
10. Oh Yoko!

Some Time In New York City (1972)


1. Woman Is The Nigger Of The World
2. Sisters, O Sisters
3. Attica State
4. Born In a Prison
5. New York City
6. Sunday Bloody Sunday
7. The Luck Of The Irish
8. John Sinclair
9. Angela
10. We're All Water


1. Cold Turkey (live)
2. Don't Worry Kyoko (live)
3. Well (Baby Please Don't Go) (live)
4. Jamrag (live)
5. Scumbag (live)
6. Au (live)

Mind Games (1973)

1. Mind Games
2. Tight A$
3. Aisumasen (I'm Sorry)
4. One Day (At A Time)
5. Bring On The Lucie (Freda Peeple)
6. Nutopian International Anthem
7. Intuition
8. Out The Blue
9. Only People
10. I Know (I Know)
11. You Are Here
12. Meat City

Walls and Bridges (1974)

1. Going Down On Love
2. Whatever Gets You Thru The Night
3. Old Dirt Road
4. What You Got
5. Bless You
6. Scared
7. #9 Dream
8. Surprise, Surprise (Sweet Bird Of Paradox)
9. Steel And Glass
10. Beef Jerky
11. Nobody Loves You (When You're Down And Out)
12. Ya Ya

Rock 'n' Roll (1975)

1. Be-Bop-A-Lula
2. Stand By Me
3. Medley: Rip It Up/Ready Teddy
4. You Can't Catch Me
5. Ain't That A Shame
6. Do You Wanna Dance
7. Sweet Little Sixteen
8. Slippin' And Slidin'
9. Peggy Sue
10. Medley: Bring It On Home To Me/Send Me Some Lovin'
11. Bony Moronie
12. Ya Ya
13. Just Because

Double Fantasy Stripped Down (2010) / Double Fantasy (1980)
Stripped Down
Original Album, Remastered

1. (Just Like) Starting Over
2. Kiss Kiss Kiss
3. Cleanup Time
4. Give Me Something
5. I'm Losing You
6. I'm Moving On
7. Beautiful Boy (Darling Boy)
8. Watching The Wheels
9. Yes, I'm Your Angel
10. Woman
11. Beautiful Boys
12. Dear Yoko
13. Every Man Has A Woman Who Loves Him
14. Hard Times Are Over

Milk and Honey (1984)

1. I'm Stepping Out
2. Sleepless Night
3. I Don't Wanna Face It
4. Don't Be Scared
5. Nobody Told Me
6. O'Sanity
7. Borrowed Time
8. Your Hands
9. (Forgive Me) My Little Flower Princess
10. Let Me Count The Ways
11. Grow Old With Me
12. You're The One

Letters From A Tapehead

Wednesday, September 01, 2010

Stereokiller: Dusted Angel

Dusted Angel
Earth Sick Mind
Mankind Records
Released: 10.12.10

Stereokiller review

Letters From A Tapehead

New Selections — Emma Ruth Rundle, Tropical Fuck Storm, Primitive Man, Private Life, Uniform, Erika Wennerstrom, Djrum, Windhand

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