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GREEN DAY 1,000 Hours 7″ Lookout! Records #17 1989 First Press + Insert punk rox

GREEN DAY 1,000 Hours 7″ Lookout! Records #17 1989 First Press + Insert punk rox
Great condition. Light surface wear on sleeve. Vinyl looks great! VG++ to NM

US $227.53

rare 7″ on Lookout Records 1989. this is the very first Press in a copied green Paper Sleeve & Laytonville Address. Black Vinyl, comes with Insert incl. old Phone Number of Billie Joe.  Sleeve Condition is very good plus, Vinyl Condition is NM

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DEEFHOOF “Friend Opportunity” 12″ LP Vinyl Record w/ 6 POSTER INSERTS

DEEFHOOF “Friend Opportunity” 12″ LP Vinyl Record w/ 6 POSTER INSERTS
CONDITION: Good condition. Like new. Vinyl looks very nice. VG++ to NM

US $11.99

Now back to a trio, and using the Heaven And Earth Magic score as a starting place, Deerhoof began recording a new album in summer 2006. Matsuzaki, Saunier, and Dieterich did not divide their contributions according to their onstage roles, and each contributed percussion, guitar, bass, keyboards and production.  It was mostly recorded in Dieterich’s Oakland apartment, between a concert tour with The Flaming Lips and another with Radiohead. Self-produced as usual, some portions were recorded once again by Jay and Ian Pellicci. It was mixed on computer, largely while on tour. Friend Opportunity was released in January 2007 on Kill Rock Stars.  Its 12 interchangeable cover paintings were by Scottish artist David Shrigley. The album was highly praised in Pitchfork and Rolling Stone, and nominated for a PLUG Award by Ric Ocasek.

During the same time period, they began working with director Justin Theroux on the soundtrack to Dedication, released in fall 2007. Friend Opportunity track “Matchbook Seeks Maniac” was written by Saunier specifically for the end credits of Dedication. The film featured various songs and excerpts from Deerhoof albums, and the Dedication Film Soundtrack featured four tracks by Deerhoof.

During the world tour that followed Friend Opportunity’s release, Deerhoof was invited by David Bowie to play the Highline Festival in New York City. They also opened for The Roots, The Flaming Lips, and Bloc Party, and they made their network television debut on Last Call with Carson Daly.

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Cheap Trick “at Budokan” 12″ LP Vinyl Epic Records 1979 w/ deluxe japanese booklet insert.

Cheap Trick “at Budokan” 12″ LP Vinyl Epic Records 1979 w/ deluxe japanese booklet insert.
CONDITION: Great condition. Light to medium surface wear on sleeve. Vinyl show light surface wear. Sounds great!

US $6.99

Cheap Trick is an American rock band from Rockford, Illinois, formed in 1974. The band consists of members Robin Zander (lead vocals, rhythm guitar), Rick Nielsen (lead guitar, backing vocals), Tom Petersson (electric bass, backing vocals), and Bun E. Carlos (drums, percussion).

Cheap Trick created a substantial fan base through its own brand of power pop music with a hard-edged yet melodic pop sound that combines the tunefulness of The Beatles with the speed and energy of punk rock. The Los Angeles Times has remarked that “Cheap Trick gained fame by twisting the Beatlesque into something shinier, harder, more American.” Their biggest hits include “Surrender”, “I Want You to Want Me”, “Dream Police”, and “The Flame.” Cheap Trick also performed a cover version of Big Star’s “In the Street” as the theme song for That ’70s Show from the second season onward and the theme song “Baby Mumbles” for The Colbert Report.

Cheap Trick continues to tour with the original lineup.They have often been referred to in the Japanese press as the “American Beatles”. The Illinois State Senate has declared April 1st to be “Cheap Trick Day” in the State. The band was also ranked #25 in VH1’s list of the 100 Greatest Artists of Hard Rock

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ASSTROLAND Sweep the Leg 7″ Vinyl Exit Records Clear Vinyl w/ insert. Hand numbered 174/1000

ASSTROLAND Sweep the Leg 7″ Vinyl Exit Records Clear Vinyl w/ insert. Hand numbered 174/1000
CONDITION: Excellent condition with light surface wear on sleeve. Vinyl looks very nice! VG++

US $9.99

AS$TROLAND – Sweep The Leg (Exit) Not all fast, grind-type bands lack a sense of humor. Asstroland take the hate on everyone from straight-edg-ers to self-appointed “moral police” to uptight PC types—it must take cojones to sing a pro-vivisection song (al-though I’m sure it’s satirical) at ABC-No-Rio . Fun, enter-taining silliness, with the underlying message to not takeyourself too seriously, and doing so with a dead-on,thrash-buzz attack

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Living Colour “Vivid” 12″ LP on Epic Records. w/ insert.

FOR THIS AUCTION: Living Colour “Vivid” 12″ LP on Epic Records. w/ insert.
CONDITION: Great condition. light surface wear on vinyl and medium surface wear on sleeve. Printed inner sleeve has splits in the sides.

US $5.99

Living Colour is an American funk metal band from New York City, formed in 1983. A prominent all-African American band of that movement, which also included Jane’s Addiction, Faith No More, Primus, and 24-7 Spyz in the late 1980s, Living Colour rose to fame with their debut album Vivid in 1988. Stylistically, the band’s music is a creative fusion influenced by heavy metal, funk, hard rock, free jazz, hardcore punk and hip hop, containing lyrics that attack the Eurocentrism and racism of America. Although the band scored a number of hits, they are best remembered for their anthemic single “Cult of Personality”, which won a Grammy Award for Best Hard Rock Performance in 1989, and their highest charting single “Type”. They were also named Best New Artist at the 1989 MTV Video Music Awards.

Living Colour Vivid 12 LP on Epic Records.
Living Colour Vivid 12 LP on Epic Records.
Living Colour Vivid 12 LP on Epic Records.
Living Colour Vivid 12 LP on Epic Records.

Lair of the Minotaur “War Metal Battle Master” 12″ LP Vinyl LIMITED EDITION RED Vinyl. With DELUXE Insert booklet on Southern Lord Records.

FOR THIS AUCTION: Lair of the Minotaur “War Metal Battle Master” 12″ LP Vinyl LIMITED EDITION RED Vinyl. With DELUXE Insert booklet. on Southern Lord Records. (Includes a free promo download card the we believe hasn’t been used yet for a southern lord 2008 comp, can’t promise that it’ll still work)
CONDITION: Excellent condition. Looks new and unplayed. VG++ to NM

US $15.99

Lair Of The Minotaur was formed by vocalist/guitarist Steven Rathbone in 2003 due to his other band, 7000 Dying Rats, becoming solely a studio project, giving up playing live. He enlisted fellow 7000 Dying Rats bandmate Donald James Barraca on bass and long-time friend Larry Herweg as drummer (of post-metal band Pelican). Wasting no time, Lair Of The Minotaur recorded their self-produced 6-track debut EP in 2003, eventually finding its way into the hands of Southern Lord Records. Immediately impressed, Southern Lord signed up LotM, releasing debut full-length Carnage in 2004, and the follow-up, The Ultimate Destroyer, released in 2006. In between Carnage and The Ultimate Destroyer, the second EP, Cannibal Massacre, was released in 2005, also under Southern Lord Records.

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JAY REATARD “No Time” 7″ CLEAR BLUE Vinyl Matador Records. Real photograph glued on cover, back is hand stamped. w/ insert

FOR THIS AUCTION: JAY REATARD “No Time” 7″ CLEAR BLUE Vinyl Matador Records. Real photograph glued on cover, back is hand stamped. w/ insert.
CONDITION: Great condition. Sleeve looks great. Vinyl looks unplayed. VG++ to NM

US $84.00

Lindsey’s recording career began at the age of 15, when a home-made demo tape he had sent in to Goner Records caught the ear of former-Oblivian and Goner Records’ owner, Eric Friedl. Lindsey’s introduction to Friedl and his Oblivians bandmates had come that same year when the Oblivians had returned home to Memphis as an opening act for Rocket from the Crypt. Upon seeing the act live, Lindsey became enamored with their sloppy, lo-fi music and set forth creating his own brand of heavily distorted garage rock music. Friedl was impressed by Lindsey’s demos and signed him to his label, later commenting, “I loved the racket so we did the record, and I’ve been a fan of everything he’s done since. He’s a pretty amazing kid.”

Lindsey named his first project the Reatards, which at the time included only himself as a member, and adopted an Oblivians-influenced surname,  calling himself Jay Reatard. The Reatards’ first release on Goner was a 7” EP called Get Real Stupid, which featured Lindsey as a solo performer alternating between playing guitar, singing, and beating on a bucket to provide a percussive rhythm. Around this time Greg Cartwright, a member of The Oblivians, briefly played drums for Lindsey. Cartwright played shows and recorded with Lindsey on his first (self-released) cassette, Fuck Elvis, Here’s The Reatards (No-Fi Records) – which featured recording assistance from Jack Yarber, another Oblivian. – For Lindsey’s second vinyl release he recruited a backing band, hiring bassist Steve Albundy and drummer Elvis Wong to accompany him. The Reatards’ first LP as a trio was 1998’s Teenage Hate. This was followed by a second LP, Grown Up Fucked Up, and a number of singles. The Reatards’ first European tour came in 1998, when Lindsey was just 18.

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