25-10-2019

Things to Do in the Battle for Freedom

Moloko, Santana, Paul Young, Johnny Cash, Lee 'Scratch' Perry, Johnny Cash, and the Blacula soundtrack.

Moloko's third album Things to Make and Do marks a shift in the sound of the duo, with tracks more reliant on live musicians. The first single "The Time Is Now" became Moloko's biggest hit, peaking at number two in the UK. The album includes the famous Boris Musical Mix of “Sing It Back”. This title is available as a limited edition of 3000 numbered copies on pink transparent vinyl and the package includes a 4-page booklet. With Santana's fifteenth studio album Freedom he moved away from the poppy sound of his previous recordings and returned to the band's original Latin rock. The package includes an insert. Paul Young's debut album No Parlez launched him as one of the most talented musicians of the early '80s. Album singles "Wherever I Lay My Hat (That's My Home)", "Love of the Common People" and "Come Back and Stay" charted all over Europe. This release is available as a limited edition of 2000 individually numbered copies on purple marbled vinyl. Battle of Armagideon is one of the essential albums by Jamaican reggae artist Lee 'Scratch' Perry. This album will get you to the heart of Perry's unique work as a mixer and producer. The title is available as a limited edition of 1000 individually numbered copies on orange vinyl.

In 2006 a number of recordings that had been found amongst Johnny Cash's most private and valuable of his possessions were released. Re-issued as The Bootleg Series and collected as 3LP sets, we're releasing the first two volumes of recordings. Both sets are available as limited editions of 1500 individually numbered copies on transparent vinyl and include extensive booklets with unique pictures & liner notes. The music for Blacula is unlike that of most horror films, as it uses rhythm and blues as opposed to haunting classical music. The film's score is composed by Gene Page, who worked closely with Whitney Houston, Jefferson Starship, The Righteous Brothers, Buffalo Springfield, and many more. This soundtrack is available as an exclusive limited edition of 666 individually numbered copies on silver & black marbled vinyl.

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PAUL YOUNG - NO PARLEZ

Paul Young's debut album No Parlez launched him as one of the most talented musicians of the early '80s. The record reached number one on the UK Albums Chart and remained in the Top 100 for 119 weeks. After he released the third single from the album, a cover of the Marvin Gaye classic "Wherever I Lay My Hat (That's My Home)", the song reached the first position in the UK Singles Chart.

  • 180 gram audiophile vinyl
  • Insert
  • 1983 debut album featuring “Come Back And Stay”, “Love Of The Common People”, “Wherever I Lay My Hat” and “Love Will Tear Us Apart”
  • Certified triple platinum in the UK and Platinum in Germany and The Netherlands
  • Limited edition of 2000 individually numbered copies on purple marbled (purple & solid red mixed) vinyl
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JOHNNY CASH - BOOTLEG 2: FROM MEMPHIS TO HOLLYWOOD

In 2006 Columbia/Legacy released a number of recordings that had been found amongst Johnny Cash's most private and valuable possessions. They dubbed the album The Personal Files, after what Cash had written on the cardboard boxes that had kept these recordings safe over the years. This exclusive triple album focuses on Cash's early Sun & Columbia years. A Music On Vinyl exclusive!

  • 180 gram audiophile vinyl
  • 24-page booklet contains unseen photos and new liner notes by Ashley Kahn
  • MOV hype sticker
  • 3 printed innersleeves in slipcase
  • 57 previously unreleased and hard-to-find demos, singles and radio recordings
  • 16 never issued recordings + 11 singles and outtakes released for the first time
  • Limited edition of 1500 individually numbered copies on transparent vinyl

 

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JOHNNY CASH - BOOTLEG 1: THE PERSONAL FILES

In 2006 Columbia/Legacy released a number of recordings that had been found amongst Johnny Cash's most private and valuable of his possessions. They dubbed it the Personal File, after what Cash had written on the white cardboard boxes that had kept these recordings safe over the years.

  • 180 gram audiophile vinyl
  • 16-page booklet contains unseen photos and new liner notes by Greil Marcus
  • MOV hype sticker
  • 3 printed innersleeves in slipcase
  • 49 previously unreleased Johnny Cash recordings
  • Just Johnny - alone with his guitar and his favorite songs - recorded at the House Of Cash studio
  • Limited edition of 1500 individually numbered copies on transparent vinyl
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MOLOKO - THINGS TO MAKE AND DO

Moloko's third album Things to Make and Do marks a shift in the sound of the duo, with tracks more reliant on live musicians. The first single "The Time Is Now" became Moloko's biggest hit, peaking at number two in the UK. Roisin Murphy's singing style, combining a variety of voices and textures, is as impressive as ever before.

  • 180 gram audiophile vinyl
  • 4-page booklet
  • Third release of the Music On Vinyl Moloko series
  • Limited edition of 3000 numbered copies on pink transparent coloured vinyl
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SANTANA - FREEDOM

With Santana's fifteenth studio album Freedom he moved away from the poppy sound of his previous recordings and returned to the band's original Latin rock. At that moment the band consisted of nine members, many of them already working together on other records. “Songs of Freedom” is the centerpiece of the album, and one of the most petulant songs in rock history.

  • 180 gram audiophile vinyl
  • Insert
  • Featuring guests Buddy Miles, Chester D. Thompson (Frank Zappa, Genesis, Weather Report), and many more
At The Movies
OST - BLACULA (GENE PAGE)

Blacula is a 1972 American blaxploitation horror film directed by William Crain. The music for Blacula is unlike that of most horror films as it uses rhythm and blues as opposed to haunting classical music.

  • 180 gram audiophile vinyl
  • PVC protective sleeve
  • Special spot-varnish on jacket
  • MOV hype sticker
  • Music from the 1972 Blaxploitation Horror film by Gene Page
  • Saturn Award for Best Horror Film
  • Exclusive limited edition of 666 individually numbered copies on coloured (silver & black marbled) vinyl
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LEE ‘SCRATCH’ PERRY & THE UPSETTERS - BATTLE OF ARMAGIDEON

Battle of Armagideon is one of the essential albums by Jamaican reggae artist Lee 'Scratch' Perry. His backing group by that time were The Upsetters. This album will get you to the heart of Perry's unique work as a mixer and producer. He explores the music by adding a lot of sound effects to the different tracks.

  • 180 gram audiophile vinyl
  • Includes “Introducing Myself”, “Drum Song”, “I Am A Madman”, and more songs
  • Limited edition of 1000 individually numbered copies on orange coloured vinyl

25-10-2019