GET SOME VINYL
Dead Seriousis the debut studio album of US Hip Hop duoDas EFX(William "Skoob" Hines and Andre "Krazy Drayz" Weston). The album is regarded as one of the most influential albums from The Golden Age of Hip-Hop, charted high worldwide and is now available on translucent yellow vinyl.
Funk Factory's self-titled jazz-funk and only album was released in 1975 and became a cult-classic. "Rien Ne Va Plus" was used on "Car Thief" on The Beastie Boys' Pauls Boutique LP.
Help Yourselfor known as "The Helps" by their fans, was an English rock band. On their first albumHelp Yourself(recorded before they ever played a gig!) they experimented with country-rock, folk and various psychedelic sounds.
HoekeLegacyis a collaboration by the sons of legendary Dutch Boogie-Woogie & Blues piano player, Rob Hoeke. Sons Eric and Ruben pay tribute to their famous dad on this new and special album, using unreleased recordings from their father while adding their own parts.
TheTapestrylive double album from acclaimed musician, vocalist and songwriterCarole Kingwas recorded in the summer of 2016 at Hyde Park in London. This brand new LP documents Carole's "It's Too Late", "You've Got A Friend" and many more classics songs. The package includes an 8-page booklet with liner notes and photos of her performance in London.
To coincide withNew Cool Collective's live concerts, the firstElectric Monkey Sessionsalbum is now available as a special tour edition. This limited tour edition is pressed on red & gold mixed coloured vinyl and includes a download card.
This week we've got two albums byOzark Henry.The Sailor Not The Sea, featuring the hit "Indian Summer", andThe Soft Machine, featuring "Play Politics". This album reached the number 1 spot in the album charts in 2006 and is available on vinyl for the first time. Both these records will be available as limited coloured & numbered editions and contain an exclusive 4-page booklet.
Closing this weeks releases isSnot's debut albumGet Some.Originally released in 1997, thuscelebrating the 20th Anniversary this year,Get Someis newly remastered, available on vinyl for the first time and is completed with an insert with song lyrics.
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Dead Serious is the debut studio album of American hip hop duo Das EFX, originally released in 1992. Recording sessions for the album took place at Firehouse Studios in Brooklyn, New York and at Charlie Marotta's North Shore Soundworks studio in Long Island, New York.
Rob Hoeke is widely considered to be one of the best Boogie-Woogie & Blues piano players ever to come out of Europe. He started out in 1957, recorded over 20 albums, 35 singles and performed all over the world, right up to the day he died on November 6th, 1999. His two sons Eric and Ruben each followed their own musical path in life, but now they have bonded for this special album.
New Cool Collective's fifteenth album Electric Monkey Sessions refers to the sound studio in Amsterdam where the recordings were made. They have drawn inspiration from Senegalese Orchestra Baobab, as well as psychedelic cumbia, Cape Town, Italian cinema and many major jazz heroes. Electric Monkey Sessions also features two unique tracks recorded at a beach-side studio in Dakar with local musicians the band met on one of their many international adventures.
Tapestry: Live at Hyde Park celebrates the 45th anniversary of Carole Kings masterpiece with a spectacular concert for more than 65,000 fans in Hyde Park on July 3, 2016 including the first-ever performance of the entire album in sequence. The Carole King - Tapestry: Live in Hyde Park package includes the full concert on a 2 LP set.
Snot's music is a mix of rough around the edge rock 'n' roll and fun funky hardcore punk-rock, especially on the standout songs "Snot", "Deadfall", "Joyride", "The Box". Celebrating the 20th anniversary of the album, Music On Vinyl proudly presents the first ever vinyl release of Get Some!
The Soft Machine is the fifth studio album of Ozark Henry, the first of his albums to top the charts. "These Days" reached the top 20 of the Ultratop charts.