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Jackie McLean – A Fickle Sonance (LP)

28,90 €*
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VA – Welcome To Zamrock! - Vol.2 (DOLP)
Repressed! How Zambia’s Liberation Led To A Rock Revolution. 1972-1977By the mid-1970s, the Southern African nation known as the Republic of Zambia had fallen on hard times. Though thecountry’s first president Kenneth Kaunda had thrown off the yoke of British colonialism, the new federation found itselfunder his self-imposed, autocratic rule. Conflict loomed on all sides of this landlocked nation. Kaunda protected Zambiafrom war, but his country descended into isolation and poverty.This is the environment in which the ’70s rock revolution that has come to be known as Zamrock flourished. Fuzz guitarswere commonplace, as were driving rhythms as influenced by James Brown’s funk as Jimi Hendrix’s rock predominated.Musical themes, mainly sung in the country’s constitutional language, English, were often bleak.In present day Zambia, Zamrock markers were few. Only a small number of the original Zamrock godfathers that remainedin the country survived through the late ’90s. AIDS decimated this country, and uncontrollable inflation forced the Zambianrockers that could afford to flee into something resembling exile. This was not a likely scene to survive - but it did. WelcomeTo Zamrock!, presented in two volumes, is an overview of its most beloved ensembles, and a trace of its arc from itsascension, to its fall, to its resurgence.

42,90 €*
VA – Welcome To Zamrock! Vol. 1 (DOLP)
By the mid-1970s, the Southern African nation known as the Republic of Zambia had fallen on hard times. Though thecountry’s first president Kenneth Kaunda had thrown off the yoke of British colonialism, the new federation found itselfunder his self-imposed, autocratic rule. Conflict loomed on all sides of this landlocked nation. Kaunda protected Zambiafrom war, but his country descended into isolation and poverty.This is the environment in which the ’70s rock revolution that has come to be known as Zamrock flourished. Fuzz guitarswere commonplace, as were driving rhythms as influenced by James Brown’s funk as Jimi Hendrix’s rock predominated.Musical themes, mainly sung in the country’s constitutional language, English, were often bleak.In present day Zambia, Zamrock markers were few. Only a small number of the original Zamrock godfathers that remainedin the country survived through the late ’90s. AIDS decimated this country, and uncontrollable inflation forced the Zambianrockers that could afford to flee into something resembling exile. This was not a likely scene to survive - but it did. WelcomeTo Zamrock!, presented in two volumes, is an overview of its most beloved ensembles, and a trace of its arc from itsascension, to its fall, to its resurgence.

42,90 €*
VA – Wake Up You! The Rise And Fall of Nigerian Rock 1972-1977 Vol. 1 (DOLP)
Repress / The Western world was in the throes of peace, love and flower power as Nigeria descended into Civil War in 1967. The rock scene that developed during the following three years of bloodshed and destruction would come to heal the country, propagate the world-wide ideal of the Modern Nigerian, and propel Fela Kuti to stardom after the conflict ended in 1970. Wake Up You! tells the story of this time, pays homage to these now-forgotten musicians and their struggle, and brings to light the funk and psychedelic fury they created as they wrested free of the ravages of the late 1960s and created thrilling, original Nigerian rock music throughout the 1970s.

32,90 €*
VA– Those Shocking Shaking Days. Indonesian Hard, Psychedelic, Progressive Rock And Funk: 1970 - 1978 (3xLP)
Contains Dowload Card For Wave Files Indonesian Hard, Psychedelic, Progressive Rock and Funk: 1970-1978The untold story of indonesia’s various underground 70s musical scenes; extensive liner notes,photographs and ephemera; fully restored and remastered audio; officially licensed.The progressive music scenes in 1970s Indonesia were largely underground as a result of strict censorship imposed by thedictator Suharto. Those who performed music marked by relentless fuzz, over the top, politically charged lyrics, strongrhythms and a cranky low-fidelity were truly rebellious. And the resulting output has been largely – outside of the confinesof this island nation – unheard or ignored. Indonesia, based in large part on the restrictions imposed by Suharto, is betterknown for the coffee it exports than the music it creates. This situation hasn’t been remedied by the rough-hewn Indonesianbootlegs that dotted the psychedelic landscape over the past five years.Thanks now to the tireless – and expensive – research of Canadian hip hop producer and Southeast Asian music specialistJason “Moss” Connoy - and the trust that Indonesian rock legend Benny Soebardja placed in Now-Again Records as hetraversed his homeland’s islands securing the rights necessary for us to offer you this anthology - we feel like we can,in good spirits and conscience, shine the light on some of the most impressive organizations to offer their take on thepsychedelic and progressive rock and funk sounds during the early shocking, shaking days of Suharto’s regime.

40,90 €*
Joe Strummer & The Mescaleros – Joe Strummer 002: The Mescaleros Years 7xLP Box-Set

159,90 €*
Skarface – 1991-2021 - 30 Years Non-stop Of Chaotic-Clockwork-Ska (LP)
Includes insert with lyrics.Limited to 500 records, 200 copies on black vinyl. Skarface sind wohl eine der bekanntesten und erfolgreichsten Vertreter der "Third Wave Of Ska"-Welle und seit 30 Jahren eine feste Institution weit über Szene-Grenzen hinaus. Lange war es ruhig um die französische Ska-Legende. Letztes Jahr dann die Überraschung in Form einer Split-Xmas EP (zusammen mit Suspence Heroes Syndicate), die innerhalb von 2 Wochen ausverkauft war. Jetzt ist die Band mit ihrem umtriebigen Sänger Fred pünktlich zum 30 jährigen Jubiläum zurück mit neuen Songs und Album: 30 Years of Chaotic Clockwork Ska (1991-2021) ist ein wildes Potpourri aus Straight Forward-Dancehall, Ska, Reggae mit leichten Punkrock-Versatzstücken in Englisch & ihrer Muttersprache und zeigt auch nach all den Jahren, dass die Band rein gar nichts von ihrer Magie verlernt hat.

19,90 €*
Vic Ruggiero – Stuff In My Pockets (LP)
"The first edition of the vinyl is limited to 550 copies and comes in a wild mix of colors and with an inlay with pictures and lyrics."

22,90 €*
Dutch Ska Express – All Aboard (LP)

13,90 €*
Gary Marshall Featuring Aka Paperboy – The Awakening (LP)

13,90 €*
Die Tornados – Young Guns Against Old Rockers (LP)

13,90 €*
VA – Knuckle Girls Vol (14 Bovver Blitzers From The Sequined Sisters Tuff Enuff To Rumble With Any Mister) (LP)
 

18,90 €*
Rude Pride – Singles Collection 2014 - 2019 (LP)
 

21,90 €*
VA – Knuckle Girls Vol 3 (14 Territorial Turf War Tunes From The Tomboy Goons In Split-Knee Loons) (LP)
 

18,90 €*
Rude Pride – Be True To Yourself (LP)
 

21,90 €*
Los Fastidios – XXX The Number Of The Beat (LP)

16,90 €*
Tribez. X Maniac – Paragon (Tribez. Collection I) (LP)
Die fünfköpfige Band TRIBEZ. aus München/Regensburg gilt schon seit langem als DIE Hip Hop Band Deutschlands. Umjubelte Auftritte als Live Band und Produktionen mit u.a. Megaloh, Roger Rekless, Samy Deluxe, Alex Prince, Afrob und diversen Shows auf renommierten Festivals wie dem Splash! oder Summerjam Festival zählen unter anderem zu ihrem Repertoire. Zuletzt wurden sie gemeinsam mit Samy Deluxe, David Pe und Roger Rekless auf ausverkaufter Freestyle Tour gefeiert. Mit ihrer eigenen Konzertreihe ,,Loop Sessions'' sorgen die TRIBEZ. außerdem seit einiger Zeit regelmäßig für Begeisterung und ausverkaufte Häuser. Bei den Loop Sessions am Start sind die 5-köpfige Live Band TRIBEZ.: Dam Sick an den Drums, Bass & 808 Drum Machine, Monster FunkDogg Ningu Storm an den Keys, Guitar Riffs von Ben T und Rufflow an den Turntables zusammen mit wechselnden MCs und Freestyle-wütigen Hosts! Dabei werden Beats internationaler Produzentenikonen wie J Dilla oder Madlib, aber auch hiesiger Größen wie Dexter oder Suff Daddy mit einer Detailverliebtheit und Kunstfertigkeit, die in Europa ihresgleichen sucht, neu interpretiert. Die Gästeliste der bisherigen „Loop Sessions“ liest sich daher auch wie ein Who-is-who der deutschen Hip Hop- und Freestyle-Szene: Afrob, MC Rene, Roger Rekless, David Pe, Holunder (Blumentopf), Fatoni, Damion Davis, Morlock Dilemma & Hiob, Negroman, Dexter, Juse Ju, Edgar Wasser und eine ganze Reihe weiterer hochkarätiger MCs teilten sich bereits die Bühne mit den TRIBEZ.

15,90 €*
The Magnetics – Cocktails & Fairy Tales (LP)
Limited Edition 300 Copies

15,90 €*
Los Fastidios ‎- Contiamo Su Di Voi! (LP)
limited edition to 300 copies on yellow vinyl

18,90 €*
Plastic Propaganda - Plastic Propaganda (LP)
Alles fing in einem Sommer voller Möglichkeiten an. Als Johnny Rotten seine Sex Pistols formierte, bevor Sid Vicious selbst anfing, zusammen mit Siouxsie Sioux aufzutreten. Als Malcolm McLaren und Vivienne Westwood den Bondage-Laden Sex gründeten und der Punk langsam in London entstand. Es war der Sommer des Jahres 1976. Ein Jahr, das alles verändern sollte. Schnell gelebte Träume, schnell geträumte Leben. Der Punk gegen die Obrigkeit, gegen die Dekadenz. Wie der Surrealismus, der Dadaismus und die Beatniks sollte er alle kommenden Jahrzehnte prägen. Der Punk war wie ein Zusammenprall, eine Kollision mit reaktionären gesellschaftlichen Werten. Er stellte Neuerung und Zukunftvisionen dar. Es sollte eine rasante Zeit werden. 1977 wurde geboren und der Punk mit ihm. Man wollte schnell leben und früh sterben. So wie all die großen Köpfe vergangener musikalischer Dekaden. Meine Band of the week (22nd Januar 2014) ist Plastic Propaganda aus Hamburg. Wie so oft wünsche ich mich in längst vergangene Zeiten zurück. Ins Jahr 1976 zum 100 Club Punk Festival, dem Ort, wo alles begann. Plastic Propaganda entführen in die Ära der Gründungszeit, erinnern musikalisch an The Clash, die Pistols, The Jam und The Damned - die großen Punkbands der 70er. Plastic Propaganda schreiben echte Texte, machen ehrliche Musik, geprägt von einem der vielfältigsten musikalischen Jahrzehnte. Die ersten Töne ihres Songs Special Relation erinnern an Buzzcocks Ever Fallen In Love. Plastic Propaganda schreiben kritische Texte (gesellschaftlich und politisch gesehen), hinzu kommt diese ungeschliffene, sehr punkèsque Garage-Ehrlichkeit. Wenn jedwede andere Art von Propaganda aussehen und sich anhören würde wie diese, ich würde sie liebend gern verbreiten, so ist es schließlich Musik, die ein Zeichen setzt, Wahrheiten ausspricht. Ihre Ästhetik orientiert sich an den frühen Punkbands; es entsteht diese besondere Harmonie, diese Utopie einer politischen Generation von Freidenkern. Supportband für SECT aus Barcelona, spielen sie anderntags in der Cobra Bar in Hamburg. So rock the Cobra Bar, würde wohl Joe Strummer sagen. Everything started in a summer full of possibilities. When Johnny Rotten formed his Sex Pistols, before Sid Vicious started to perform together with Siouxsie Sioux. When Malcolm McLaren and Vivienne Westwood founded the Bondage store Sex and the punk slowly originated in London. It was the summer of 1976. A year that changed nearly everything. Fast lived dreams, fast dreamt lives. Punk rock against authority, against decadence. Like the surrealism, the Dadaism and the Beatniks, punk stamped all upcoming decades and musical styles. Punk was like a clash, a collision with reactionary social rules. It symbolised innovation and future visions. It was a rapid time. 1977 gave birth to the real raw punk. One wanted to live fast and die young. Like all the big heads of the past musical decades. My band of the week is Plastic Propaganda from Hamburg (22nd Januar 2014). Like so many times before I wish myself back into the past. Into the year 1976 to the 100 Club Punk Festival, the place where everything began. Plastic Propaganda kidnap into the era of the formation of punk rock. Musically they remind of The Clash, The Sex Pistols, The Jam and The Damned - the big punk bands of the 70s. Plastic Propaganda write true lyrics, play honest music, caracterised by one of the most manifold musical decades. The first tones of their song Special Relation remind me of Buzzcocks’ Ever Fallen In Love. Plastic Propaganda write critical lyrics, added to this raw, very punkèsque garage honesty. If any kind of other propaganda would look and sound like this, I would spread it with pleasure. Their aesthetics is geared by the early punk bands; this evolving utopian concept of a political generation of libertines. They have already supported SECT from Barcelona and will play at the Cobra Bar in Hamburg, among other places. So rock the Cobra Bar, Joe Strummer would probably say. Pablo Langeweile - Vocals, Rhythm Guitar Julian Humankapital - Vocals, Lead Guitar Nina Nö - Vocals, Bass Trommel Tier - Drums GOLD MUSIC MAGAZINE A music and pop culture webzine

13,90 €*
The Who - Odds & Sods (DOLP)
- Features the 1979 single B5, an unreleased take of C8, a studio version of C5, alternatives of C6 and D6 and many others - Cut at Abbey Road Studios using the half-speed mastering process - Exclusive for Record Store Day UK 2020 Reissue in red & yellow heavyweight vinyl and die cut sleeve

34,90 €*
Pearl Jam - Binaural (DOLP)
Released with a replica of the original Binaural's booklet incl. song lyrics, credits & photos

22,90 €*