17 exclusive releases, pressed on colored vinyl.
Record Store Day will be celebrated all over the world on April 13, and we're celebrating this day with you by releasing 17 exclusive titles. What if we give you the opportunity to listen to all these records? This is the moment to take action, as we give away a package including every title we´re releasing this year, from our David Bowie/Marlene Dietrich 7” Just a Gigolo and Serj Tankian's Harakiri to the cult horror classic Les Lèvres Rouges (Daughters of Darkness) and the ultimate 2LP Breaking Bad soundtrack.
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Originally intended to be released as the The Magnificent Tree Hooverphonic's sixth album was finally titled The President of the LSD Golf Club. Psychedelic/progressive rock with their well-known dream pop and trip hop marks their new move into the music.
Running Backwards was officially released as an exclusive K's Choice 10th-anniversary fan club release, but now finally available on vinyl. This release contains 9 songs written by the Belgian band. Besides 6 studio tracks the record contains two live recordings and one demo.
In celebration of Record Store Day 2019 Music On Vinyl releases a 2LP edition of the Breaking Bad soundtrack, containing a selection of defining songs from the series. The soundtrack includes tracks by Dave Porter, Gnarls Barkley, J.J. Cale, Los Cuates de Sinaloa, The Beastie Boys, Badfinger, Nat King Cole, and The Monkees.
Originally released in 1973, this is the album that raised the band to an international level of popularity, primarily on the strength of the hit single and enduring radio favorite "Radar Love".
Turks Fruit (Turkish Delight) contains the original soundtrack by Dutch composer Rogier Van Otterloo, for the cult film of the same name. Featuring Jazz pianist Louis van Dyke and harmonica player Toots Thielemans, the music is mildly melancholic and exuberant at times.
Sivert Høyem released his EP Where Is My Moon? in 2012, including 4 previously unreleased songs. Sivert Høyem had his breakthrough as a singer with the rock band Madrugada in 1999.
The French film composer Francois De Roubaix recorded compositions for a diversity of movies. One of them is the Belgian cult horror classic Les Lèvres Rouges. The title track included on this 7 inch is one of Francois' finest pieces of music.
Met De Bom wist Doe Maar in 1982 de Nederlandse hitlijst te bestormen. Het nummer dat geschreven werd door toetsenist Ernst Jansz behaalde een nummer 1 positie in de Top 40. Naast de keyboards nam Ernst ook het merendeel van de vocalen voor zijn rekening. De band was inmiddels uitgegroeid tot een supergroep en koos als B-kant voor het instrumentale nummer “Skunk”, geschreven door Henny Vrienten.
Serj Tankian's third solo album Harakiri is the most punk rock-oriented record he created since his days with System of a Down. Even a sudden interlude like “Occupied Tears” doesn't slow down the pace Tankian brings on the album.
De in Den Helder opgerichte band Van Dik Hout kwam in 1994 met hun zelf getitelde debuutalbum, waarmee ze het direct wisten te schoppen tot in de top van de Nederlandse hitlijst. Van Dik Hout groeide uit tot hun succesvolste album, mede vanwege de hitsingle “Stil in Mij”.