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A LOVE SUPREME
A Love Supreme, Coltrane’s classic quartet at their peak, defies genre or style, and transcends into the spiritual; indeed, Coltrane called the 1964 recording - four part suite – his “attempt to say ‘THANK YOU GOD' through our work.” Quintessential for any collection.
"Stipe and company are hardly strangers to change." - Rolling Stone | The 1987 release, R.E.M.'s Document, goes down as one of the best albums of all time, and the change of pace landed them spots on several editorial lists of the Greatest Albums of the 1980s. It's fitting to get this unique album on unique color vinyl.
One of the greatest albums in the history of recorded music, created by one of the most inventive minds in music. The original 1969 Frank Zappa album was the first record to be recorded on a prototype 16-Track Tape Machine. Self-described as a “Movie For Your Ears,” it was technically the second solo outing for the composer and the album that put Zappa on the map as a guitar player. The vinyl for Hot Rats 50th is a 1LP of the original album, pressed on hot pink vinyl, pressed at Pallas on 180g.
Imagine The Ultimate Mixes
Lennon's 1971 masterpiece has been re-imagined with fresh mixes, and is accompanied by exclusive bonuses and outtakes in this deluxe package. Sometimes, the man cave needs to be your fortress of solitude, and Imagine is the perfect record to give you some peace of mind.
The Complete Island Recordings
The Complete Island Recordings includes 11LPs packaged in a rigid card box with lift top lid, wrapped in silver paper that simulates the brushed metal finish of a Zippo lighter. The box includes all nine Bob Marley & The Wailers studio albums recorded for Island Records, featuring their most celebrated releases, including Catch A Fire, their 1973 label debut, and Rastaman Vibration, their 1976 breakthrough album in the United States, along with two live albums - Live! and Babylon By Bus.
THE ROLLING STONES
The 18 track live album from the beloved Rolling Stones featuring unearthed BBC recordings from the 1960's. Take home the charm of some of these live and studio recordings that Uncut calls the "full flowering" of the powers that be Mick Jagger and Keith Richards.
SOLO ALBUMS BOX SET
One of the most ambitious undertakings in rock n' roll history. At the peak of their success, KISS released four solo albums, one from each member of the band, on the same day. This box set contains all four records on color vinyl alongside an exclusive slipmat and four 12-by-12-inch posters.
Abbey Road Anniversary LP
"And in the end, the love you make is the love you take." Abbey Road would be the final album The Beatles ever recorded together as a group, despite being released eight months before Let It Be. Their final masterpiece includes the iconic medley and some of George Harrison's songwriting on "Something" and "Here Comes The Sun."
Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band Anniversary LP
The greatest album of all time according to Rolling Stone. The eighth studio album by The Beatles highlighted the ideas of the counterculture movement. The band's innovative experimentation with the studio as an instrument expanded on the record with tracks including "A Day In The Life" and "Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds." This piece of art is a must have in any respectable record collection.
In Utero (2013 LE) 2LP
Just two years after turning the world of music on its head with Nevermind, Nirvana released their third and final studio outing, In Utero. Known as the band that brought grunge to the mainstream, Nirvana's final effort is equally as ambitious with its raw production and heavy subject matter. The musical chemistry between Kurt Cobain, Dave Groehl, and Krist Novoselic on this album is unmatched and demonstrates just how powerful the group was for their brief time in the spotlight.
GUNS N' ROSES
Appetite For Destruction Locked and Loaded Boxset
The Appetite For Destruction: Locked N’ Loaded box is the one true GN’R Holy Grail. It's like discovering the band all over again with unreleased tracks, unseen photos, exclusive band memorabilia, and unearthed music videos. Between five discs, a 96 page book, and countless collectables, there is so much GN'R history to explore from just one iconic album. You're adding more than a collection of tracks to your archives, you're adding a conversation piece.
LISCENCED TO III
The 1986 debut studio album of the Beastie Boys that Rolling Stone calls the best debut album of all time. Finding its way to the top of the Billboard charts, this album made history as the first rap LP to top the Billboard album chart.
Solo Albums Boxset
Rob Zombie's output of quality metal music and equally stunning horror films is unmatched. This collection includes all 11 solo records, a collectible mask, slipmat, and lithographs. With only 1000 copies worldwide, the box set is sure to set your record collection apart from the pack.
The Volume One collection contains all of Def Leppard’s iconic 1980s recordings – On Through The Night, High ‘N’ Dry, Pyromania and Hysteria - with reproductions of the original packaging. Furthermore, this collection includes a replica 7-inch single of the band’s original independent EP, the self-titled The Def Leppard E.P.
The 2019 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees didn't stop churning out hits at the turn of the decade. The Volume Two collection contains all of Def Leppard's records from the 1990s including the rareities series and more hair metal gems.
THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND
TROUBLE NO MORE
The Allman Brothers Band formed in 1969 with founding members Duane Allman, Jaimoe, Berry Oakley, Dickey Betts, Butch Trucks, and Gregg Allman. The band’s very first informal jam together was a Muddy Waters song “Trouble No More” which shortly after became the very first song they officially demoed together. This recording has remained unreleased until now and starts off this 50th-anniversary collection. The very last song performed by The Allman Brothers Band at the Beacon Theatre was the very first song they ever jammed together, “Trouble No More”. This performance beautifully closes this 61-song boxset.
The 1991 release of Badmotofinger marked the third studio album from Soundgarden and was brought to life in the thriving surgence of Seattle's grunge scene. AllMusic categorized the album as "cerebral and arty," and Badmotofinger was recognized by the Recording Academy in 1992 when it was nominated for Best Metal Performance.
TOM PETTY AND THE HEARTBREAKERS
VINYL BOX SET
Complete your collection of Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers studio albums with this monumental boxset. Includes Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers, You’re Gonna Get It!, Damn The Torpedoes, Hard Promises, Long After Dark, Southern Accents, Let Me Up (I’ve Had Enough), Full Moon Fever, and Into The Great Wide Open.
Permanent Waves is the band’s first departure from in-depth, ten-minute plus conceptual song crafting and is deemed as a poignant moment they reinvented themselves and their sound. “We’ve taken it (the conceptual album) to its logical limit and it’s time to do something else,” remarked Geddy Lee. The album hits such as "The Spirit Of Radio" and "Freeweill" brought the progressive sound to the radio.
QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE
SONGS FOR THE DEAF
This album is considered to be Queens of the Stone Age's breakout album and Kerrang! gave Songs for the Deaf the number 1 spot on their list of Best Albums of 2002. Dave Grohl even considers this to be his favorite album that he had ever played drums on. Hold onto this piece of QOTSA history.