This Valentine's Day we will go to heaven and beyond with a pocket full of L.D. 50!

The progressive metal from Mudvayne on their major-label debut L.D. 50 was brewed with the help of executive producers Garth "GGGarth" Richardson and Slipknot member Shawn Crahan. This is a first time on vinyl. The first 1000 will be on blue coloured vinyl, so get your hands on this one before they are gone!

Next up, Heaven and Beyond by Dutch progrockers Knight Area. It includes the new track "Starlight" and will be strictly limited to 500 copies on silver & black mixed vinyl.

Which Doobie U Be? is the debut by West-Coast rap group Funkdoobiest. The album includes the underground hits "Bow Wow Wow", "The Funkiest" and "Freak Mode". The executive producer was DJ Muggs so you know this one comes highly recommended by Cypress Hill.

Are you looking for a valentine's gift for your vinyl lovin' lover next week? Look no further, as we are sure that these two romantic releases will do the trick.

Your own Superman or Lois Lane will surely enjoy Pocket Full Of Kryptonite by the Spin Doctors. Available as a limited purple coloured vinyl edition.

If you're date prefers a hot and steamy Valentine's Day (or night), we have the perfect soundtrack as well: 9 1/2 weeks. The album contains the ultimate playlist for some romantic action next to the fireplace featuring the likes of; Joe Cocker, John Taylor, Devo, Eurythmics and Bryan Ferry a.o. Available as a transparent lipstick red vinyl limited edition.

Our last release this week is the new score by horror composer Fernando Velázquez (Devil, The Orphanage) for the fantasy drama film A Monster Calls. This soundtrack also includes the title track "Tear Up This Town" by Keane. It will be available in a numbered and limited orange edition.

All the best,

The MOV crew

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L.D. 50 by Mudvayne was appraised by critics for its technical and heavy style of music. It's style has been referred to by the band as math metal.

For the album they experimented with a ragged, dissonant sound; a sound collage prepared specially for the album that was used as a series of interludes.

  • 180 gram audiophile vinyl
  • Includes 6 page booklet
  • Produced by Garth Richardson and Slipknot member Shawn Crahan
  • Including the hits "Dig" and "Death Blooms"
  • First time on vinyl
Pocket Full of Kryptonite is the first studio album (and second release) by the Spin Doctors which was originally released in August 1991. It peaked at #1 and #3 on Billboard's Heatseekers and Billboard 200 albums charts. It was the band's bestselling album and was certified 5x Platinum by the RIAA.
  • 180 gram audiophile vinyl
  • Includes Insert
  • Includes "Two Princes" and "Little Miss Can't Be Wrong"
  • Limited first pressing of 1.000 numbered copies on Solid Purple vinyl
The main single from the 9½ Weeks: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack was "You Can Leave Your Hat On" performed by Joe Cocker.

The soundtrack also included tracks from Luba, Bryan Ferry, Dalbello, Corey Hart, Joe Cocker, Devo, Eurythmics and Stewart Copeland, whereas the music has been a great influence on the cinematic of certain scenes in the film.

  • 180 gram audiophile vinyl
  • PVC protective sleeve
  • 30th year anniversary and Valentine's Day edition
  • Includes the hits "Slave To Love" by Bryan Ferry,"I Do What I Do" byJohn Taylor and tracks from Joe Cocker, Devo, Eurythmics and many more
  • First pressing of 1.500 numbered copies on transparent red vinyl

Which Doobie U B? is the debut studio album by the Latino rap group Funkdoobiest. DJ Muggs was the executive producer for this album. Tracks on the album are performed by Son Doobie and Tomahawk Funk, including additional Cypress Hill member B-Real on the track "Wopbabalubop". Hence the album is very much in line with the Cypress Hill productions.

  • 180 gram audiophile vinyl
  • Including "Wopbabalubop", "Bow Wow Wow" and "The Funkiest"