Madlib, Claw Boys Claw, Grim Reaper, Sanctuary and the soundtracks of Titanic & Red Sparrow
A great release to kick off this week is the album Untinted, a fine collection of soul and (acid-) jazz tracks, selected by one of the most prolific hip hop producers of all time: Madlib. Untinted contains the source material for his remix project Shades of Blue (MOVLP1898) and features original tracks and hidden gems by Herbie Hancock, Horace Silver and Donald Byrd, amongst others.
is a cover album by Dutch rock 'n' roll band and ambassadors of Record Store Day 2018 Claw Boys Claw
. The album features 10 songs originally recorded by Earth and Fire, The Nits, Golden Earring, Cuby + the Blizzards and many more.
Let's take the highway to hell for our three special metal releases. Refuge Denied
is the first album by the Seattle Thrash Metal band Sanctuary
and is one of those albums that is both typical to its time period, yet reflects the atypical and chaotic character of its type. The album would prove to be the stepping stone to the equally excellent follow-up Into The Mirror Black
. The last one is the album See You in Hell
by New Wave of British Heavy Metal stalwarts Grim Reaper
. All three albums are limited editions, pressed on coloured vinyl and individually numbered. Only 666 copies are available of each album.
We've got two excellent soundtracks this week. Titanic,
the exceptional score by James Horner
, is now available as a limited edition of 2.500 Individually numbered copies on transparent blue vinyl. This 2LP set contains an 8-page booklet.
The second one is the brand new score of the movie Red Sparrow
. Multiple award winner James Newton Howard
composed the music for the film. Red Sparrow is available as a limited edition of 500 individually numbered copies pressed on red vinyl.
Have a great weekend,
The MOV crew