Movie Releases 09-25-15
Outlander [TV Series]
Outlander: Season One - Volume Two
$45.99  41.39
As OUTLANDER continues, Claire and Jamie’s relationship is tested by ruthless Redcoats, volatile clan politics, and a brutal witch trial, which force Jamie and Claire to escape to a new home. Just when their life as a married couple begins to take shape, Jamie is once again drawn into Captain Randall’s darkness. Ultimately, Claire discovers there is a fate worse than death as she struggles to save Jamie’s heart, as well as his soul.  

Christine [Movie]
Director John Carpenter returns to the suburban landscape he explored so chillingly in Halloween (1978) with this lean, stripped-down adaptation of the Stephen King best-seller about a haunted car with a devilishly bad attitude and the teen underdog who falls head-over-heels for her chrome-accented charms. Shortly after geeky, horn-rim-sporting Arnie Cunningham (Keith Gordon) narrowly escapes a beating at the hands of shop-class bully Buddy Repperton (William Ostrander) on the first day of his senior year, he soon falls prey to a far more duplicitous villain in the form of a rusted-out 1958 Plymouth Fury nicknamed "Christine" by its crusty owner George LeBay (Roberts Blossom) -- who sells wide-eyed Arnie the old hulk despite the protests of best friend Dennis (John Stockwell) and the admonition of his domineering parents. As Arnie sets to the task of restoring Christine, his hobby grows into an obsession -- and the real power that hums beneath her hood begins to emerge, seemingly granting newfound coolness and sex appeal to the once-nerdy outcast, while simultaneously drawing away his very soul. A vengeful spirit, Christine lashes out violently at those who dare to stand between her and Arnie -- starting with Repperton and his gang, who completely trash the car, but are soon hunted down one by one and pulverized beneath the whitewalls of the miraculously-restored Fury. When Arnie's pretty, popular girlfriend Leigh (Alexandra Paul) begins to suspect she may soon be on the receiving end of automotive vengeance, she calls on Dennis for help... but a frightening midnight ride in Christine convinces Dennis that Arnie's only hope lies in destroying the demonic vehicle.  

The Indian In The Cupboard [Movie]
The Indian in the Cupboard [20th Anniversary Edition]
Celebrate the 20th anniversary of this enchanted classic, now for the first time on Blu-ray! On his ninth birthday, Omri is presented with many gifts - the most unusual being a cupboard. But this is no ordinary wooden box. It is endowed with magical power that transforms Omri's plastic toy figurines into living creatures. The first miniature to be animated is a 19th Century Iroquois warrior named Little Bear, who is terrified at first by his alien surroundings but soon bonds with hisgigantic playmate. But when Omri's friend, Patrick, gets in on the act and brings a six-shooting cowboy (David Keith, U-571) to life, their fantastic secret is in danger of being revealed. The Indian in the Cupboard is terrific family entertainment from director Frank Oz (Bowfinger) and Melissa Mathison, the writer of E.T., The Extra-Terrestrial.  

Jumanji [Movie]
Jumanji [20th Anniversary Edition]
When young Alan Parrish discovers a mysterious board game, he doesn’t realize its unimaginable powers, until he is magically transported before the eyes of his friend, Sarah, into the untamed jungles of JUMANJI! 26 years later he is freed from the game’s spell by two unsuspecting children. Alan (ROBIN WILLIAMS) reunites with Sarah (BONNIE HUNT) and together with Judy (KIRSTEN DUNST) and Peter (BRADLEY PIERCE) tries to outwit the game’s powerful forces in this imaginative adventure that combines breathtaking special effects with an enchanting mixture of comedy, magic and thrills.  

Rammenstein in Amerika
$34.98  31.48
On September 25, Island/UMe will release RAMMSTEIN IN AMERIKA in 2DVD and 2Blu-ray packages, pairing the incendiary Madison Square Garden concert, expertly filmed and recorded in 5.1 surround, with a feature-length documentary film directed by Hannes Rossacher.  

Aloft [Movie]
$34.99  31.49
As we follow a mother (Jennifer Connelly) and her son (Cillian Murphy), we delve into a past marred by an accident that tears them apart. She will become a renowned artist and healer, and he will come into his own as a peculiar falconer who bears the marks of abandonment. In the present, a young journalist (Mélanie Laurent) will bring about an encounter between the two that puts the very meaning of life and art into question, so that we may contemplate the possibility of living life to its fullest, despite the uncertainties littering our paths.  


Movie Releases 09-18-15
Salad Days: A Decade Of Punk In Washington, DC (1980-90) [Movie]
Salad Days: A Decade Of Punk In Washington, DC (1980-90)
$14.95  12.95
"Salad Days: A Decade of Punk in Washington, DC (1980-90)" examines the early DIY punk scene in the Nation's Capital. It was a decade when seminal bands like Bad Brains, Minor Threat, Government Issue, Scream, Void, Faith, Rites of Spring, Marginal Man, Fugazi, and others released their own records and booked their own shows-without major record label constraints or mainstream media scrutiny. Contextually, it was a cultural watershed that predated the alternative music explosion of the 1990s (and the industry's subsequent implosion). Thirty years later, DC's original DIY punk spirit serves as a reminder of the hopefulness of youth, the power of community and the strength of conviction.  

Pitch Perfect [Movie]
Pitch Perfect 2
$34.98  31.48
A sequel to the 2012 musical comedy that follows Fat Amy and Beca through their senior year at Barden University.  

Electric Light Orchestra
Live In Hyde Park
$19.98  16.98
The Electric Light Orchestra, led by one of rock's most iconic songwriters and producers Jeff Lynne, are one of the most successful British bands of all time with global sales of over 50 million albums. In September 2014, Jeff Lynne s ELO headlined BBC Radio 2 s Festival In A Day in London s famous Hyde Park. It was the first time in almost 30 years that the band had performed on a festival stage. The 50,000 tickets for the event had sold out in a matter of minutes and the fans sang along to hit after hit performed by Jeff Lynne and the band accompanied by the BBC Concert Orchestra.  

Deep Purple
From the Setting Sun...(In Wacken) [Blu-ray]
$24.99  22.49
Wacken Open Air quickly grew its reputation as the most important metal festival in continental Europe. A peaceful gathering of metal fans coming from all over the world. Long hair, leather clothes, mud and a lot of fun for what seems to be the closest music to resemble the spirit of festivals in the early seventies.  

Deep Purple
...To the Rising Sun (In Tokyo) [Blu-ray]
$21.99  19.79
If Wacken shows Deep Purple s performance in front of a huge rock audience, playing as if they had to leave all their habits behind, the Tokyo show is presenting Deep Purple completely at ease with their history and themselves. On the very same venue where the band has written rock history with the album Made In Japan , Deep Purple went on stage without nostalgia and with the attitude of a band that is physically led by the music, making playing a perfect show look as the most natural thing one could do.  

The Flash [TV Series]
The Flash: The Complete First Season
$60.98  54.88
CSI investigator Barry Allen is endearingly book-smart, somewhat awkward late and – as a result of a scientific experiment gone awry – the fastest man alive! He's The Flash, zigzagging through the action-packed new series from the creative team behind Arrow and based on the supersonic DC Comics character. With his life shadowed by his mother's murder and his father wrongly convicted of the crime, Barry finds that his newfound power of super speed grants him the ability to move through Central City like an unseen guardian angel. Barry quickly discovers he's not the only "metahuman" created by the explosive disaster, however – and not everyone is using their new power for good. Now, to protect the innocent, Barry and the close friends who know his secret race to combat evildoers in one astonishing adventure after another that come at you like lightning in this fantastic set.  

Arrow [TV Series]
Arrow: The Complete Third Season
$60.98  54.88
The Arrow has become a hero to the citizens of Starling City – but that doesn't mean that Oliver Queen can take his eye off the ball and lead a normal life in the spectacular third season of the hit series based on the DC Comics character. A new wave of diabolical masterminds – from homegrown terrors inflicted by the resurgent Vertigo, the deranged Cupid, boomerang-wielding Digger Harkness and bloodthirsty "Brick" Brickwell to the insidious and pervasive havoc wrought by Ra's al Ghul and the League of Assassins – threatens all he holds dear. Team Arrow has grown into a powerful force, but the dangers and secrets that hold them together often put them at odds with each other, as the shadows cast by Malcolm Merlyn and the invincible Ra's al Ghul trigger shifts in loyalties and alliances that test them to their core. For matchless heroism under fire, this action-packed Season Three can't be beaten!  

Doctor Who [TV Series]
Doctor Who: Dark Water/Death in Heaven [3D]
$19.98  16.98
Doctor Who's eighth season drew to a close with an epic 2 part finale. The Doctor finally comes face to face with the mysterious Missy, who has been laying the groundwork for a dastardly scheme. Left with no other choice, old friends must unite against old enemies as the Cybermen terrorize the streets of London. Own the thrilling conclusion to the record-breaking season - now combined into one spectacular feature-length 3D extravaganza!  

Modern Family [TV Series]
Modern Family: The Complete Sixth Season
$39.98  35.98
The Last Man on Earth [TV Series]
The Last Man on Earth: The Complete First Season
$29.98  26.98
The year is 2020, and after a deadly virus has swept the planet, only one man is left on earth: PHIL MILLER (Forte). He used to be just an average guy who loved his family and hated his job. Now, in his RV, Phil searches the country for other survivors. He has traveled to every city, every town and every outpost in the United States, Mexico and Canada, and has found no one. As he returns to his hometown of Tucson, Phil comes to the painful realization that he is almost certainly the last living being on the face of the earth. All he wants is for someone – anyone – to find him in Tucson – preferably a woman.  


Music Releases 09-18-15
Lana Del Rey
$13.99  11.99
Honeymoon is the fourth studio album from Lana Del Rey. Del Rey began planning the album just two months after releasing her third studio album Ultraviolence and produced the album herself with assistance from Rick Nowels and Kieron Menzies. The album features the singles "High by the Beach", "Terrence Loves You", "Honeymoon" and the latest single "Music To Watch Boys To."  

Pagans in Vegas [Indie Exclusive Low Price]
Pagans in Vegas is the sixth studio album by Canadian indie rock band Metric, which features the single, "The Shade."  

$13.99  11.99
HITNRUN Phase One is Prince’s third album in under a year, following last September’s ART OFFICIAL AGE and the hard rock 3rdEyeGirl collaboration PLECTRUMELECTRUM.  

Keith Richards
Crosseyed Heart
$13.99  11.99
Keith Richards is releasing his highly anticipated third studio album “Crosseyed Heart” from Republic Records on September 18th. Singer, Songwriter and original member of legendary rock band The Rolling Stones, Richards is a rock legend and is among the greatest guitarists of all time. This upcoming album features debut single “Trouble”. A majority of the album has been co-written with co-producer Steve Jordan, also featuring Waddy Wachtel on guitar and Ivan Neville on keys.  

We Were Here
$13.98  11.98
Hamburg’s favorite female duo BOY’s highly anticipated sophomore album We Were Here is the follow up to their 2013 critically acclaimed debut album Mutual Friends, that featured the infectiously catchy “Little Numbers” and boasts over 14 million YouTube views. This new album finds BOY spreading their wings, exploring new textures and musical approaches while remaining true to their aesthetic. We Were Here is a sharp burst of delightful melodies, perfectly poised craft and mischievous grace.  

Le Butcherettes
A Raw Youth
$13.98  11.98
Youth doesn’t mean young. It’s the essence of being resilient against so many of life’s struggles. In every decade or era, there’s always a rebel who gives inspiration for the poets to write about. That person holds the light. These songs tell those tales. That’s the mission statement from Le Butcherettes frontwoman Teri Gender Bender in regards to their third, terrifically searing album A Raw Youth.  

Robert DeLong
In The Cards
$11.98  10.98
Robert DeLong's sophomore album In The Cards features two of the hottest alternative tracks of 2015. "Long Way Down" spent 8 weeks Top 5 Alternative and his new single "Don't Wait Up" is bulletting up the charts once again. Similar artists: Atlas Genius, Grouplove, Passion Pit, Matt & Kim, St. Lucia. This fall he will be on tour with Bleachers and Charli XCX followed by a nationwide headlining tour.  

Devil City Angels
Devil City Angels
$15.98  13.98
Nobody plays rock n roll quite like the pros do. Devil City Angels definitely has no shortage of professionals in its ranks Tracii Guns of L.A. Guns on guitar, drummer, Rikki Rockett of Poison, Rudy Sarzo of Quiet Riot and Ozzy Osbourne on bass, and singer Brandon Gibbs of The Gibbs Brothers and Cheap Thrill. With upwards of 100 million units sold and countless packed arena and stadium gigs worldwide between them, these cats have certainly seen their fair share of rockstar excess and success, and now they ve bonded together under one banner with a singular goal to make kickass music. They accomplish that mission tenfold with their self-titled full-length debut for Century Media Records!  

David Gilmour
Rattle That Lock
$13.96  11.96
"Rattle That Lock" is the new solo album by David Gilmour, the voice and guitar of Pink Floyd. This is David's fourth solo album, and the first since 2006's # 1 album "On An Island". The primary lyricist for "Rattle That Lock" is Gilmour s long-term writing partner, Polly Samson, and the album is co-produced by David Gilmour and Roxy Music s Phil Manzanera. The album's striking cover has been art directed by Dave Stansbie.  

The Names
$11.98  10.98
Baio has been best known as the bass-player in Vampire Weekend. In his downtime between tours, however, Baio recognized a desire to explore his own individual voice away from the band. Across the albums 9 tracks, Baio wanted to return to electronic music and also to investigate his own lyrical and vocal style to create something quite new and not easily categorized. “it’s not a band record, it’s not a solo record and it’s not a producer record, but a combination of all three," he says.  

$16.98  13.98
Polaris, the new album from the UK s heavy progressive rock act TesseracT will be the band s third studio album and first for Kscope.  

Holly Golightly
Slowtown Now!
$18.98  15.98
Though 2008 saw London-born singer Holly Golightly relocate from the Medway delta to the southern state of Georgia, USA, in late 2014 she returned to England to record Slowtown Now! at London's Gizzard Recording with Ed Deegan at the controls. Golightly first came to musical prominence as a member of Thee Headcoatees, a Billy Childish/Thee Headcoats all-girl splinter group, in 1991. Four years later she broke away from the garage punk scene with the release of her debut solo album The Good Things, which featured a mix of folk, early electric blues, and '60s-beat-influenced rock 'n' roll.  

Threat To Survival
$18.98  15.98
Multi-platinum band Shinedown unveils first new album in three years. This will be the 5th studio album for Shinedown, produced by the bands own Eric Bass. LP5 includes the #1 rock radio smash; “Cut The Cord”. Album pre-order goes live August 7th, and will feature the roll out of 3 more Instant Grats. Album is set to arrive everywhere September 18th.  

Chris Cornell
Higher Truth
$13.95  11.95
Multiple Grammy® Award-winning, Golden Globe Nominated and acclaimed singer and songwriter Chris Cornell will release his fifth studio album Higher Truth on September 18th. Produced by Brendan O'Brien (Bruce Springsteen, Pearl Jam, Neil Young), Higher Truth displays Chris Cornell's constant evolution as a master songwriter, lyricist and musical craftsman telling human stories which transcend musical genres. Inspired by the stark arrangements of musicians like Nick Drake, Daniel Johnston and White Album-era Beatles, Cornell creates a musical universe unlike anything he has done before.  

Various Artists
Daptone Gold Vol. II
$15.98  13.98
VOLUME TWO : Further 21-track set of hits 'n' rarities from Daptone! Features Charles Bradley, Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings, Saun & Starr, Budos Band, Naomi Shelton, Menahan Street Band and others.  

Ad Infinitum
$13.98  11.98
When it came time to make Ad Infinitum, the fourth Telekinesis album, drummer/songwriter/principal architect Michael Lerner found himself in a predicament. In just under five years, he had released three fantastic records—Telekinesis! (2009), 12 Desperate Straight Lines (2011), and Dormarion (2013)—each more ambitious than the last. He had toured all over the world, shared stages with great bands, and enthralled fans of his infectious, ebullient power pop. Newly married and happily ensconced in the home studio he’d assembled in his West Seattle basement, Lerner found himself asking the question that has haunted modestly successful bands down the ages: What do you do after the rock and roll dreams you had when you were 19 have come true? “I went down to the basement,” Lerner recalls, “and started playing the same chords I always play… I just felt like I’d exhausted everything I knew. I was not excited at all. I just could not make another power-pop album.”  

All A Man Should Do
$11.98  10.98
Following the release of 2012 s Women and Work, Lucero s new album All A Man Should Do contains some of the most resonant lyrics Ben Nichols has ever written. They read like chapters from his life: the duality of relationships, getting older, finding where you want to be in this world and more. Working with producer Ted Hutt (Old Crow Medicine Show, Flogging Molly) for a third time at Memphis s Ardent Studios, the band felt comfortable enough to take some chances with a palette of new tones that sound understated yet powerful, bringing life to the stories behind the lyrics without overshadowing them. This is a Memphis record in the greatest sense and a perfect finish to the three-part love letter to a city that brought them up and made Lucero what they are today.  

Meg Myers
‘Sorry' is Meg Myers' debut full-length album and features the singles "Lemon Eyes," "Sorry," "Desire" and "Motel." ‘Sorry' was preceded by two EPs, Make A Shadow and Daughter in the Choir.  

Dave Alvin & Phil Alvin
Lost Time
$16.98  13.98
2015 album from founding members of The Blasters, paying tribute to their formative influences with reworkings of songs by Big Joe Turner, Leadbelly, James Brown, Willie Dixon & others! Includes 'Cherry Red Blues'.  

The Front Bottoms
Back On Top
$13.98  11.98

Music Releases 10-02-15
In Dream
$13.98  11.98
Since their 2005 breakthrough album The Back Room, UK alternative rock icons Editors have become synonymous with dark, brooding experimental indie-rock songs that have often drawn comparisons to their American counterparts such as The National and Interpol and European heritage acts like Echo & The Bunnymen and U2. While these comparisons fairly reflect the gene pool that gave rise to these enigmatic Brits, it doesn’t accurately describe the originality and range in singer Tom Smith’s voice, or the dark, cinematic elegance in the band’s musical compositions.  

Eagles Of Death Metal
Zipper Down
$13.95  11.95
EODM (Eagles of Death Metal) aka Jesse Hughes ('Boots Electric') and Joshua Homme ('Baby Duck'), are back with their first new album in seven years, ZIPPER DOWN! Available worldwide on October 2, ZIPPER DOWN features 11 tracks, including the hot lead single, 'Complexity.' Recorded at Pink Duck Studios in Burbank, California, Hughes and Homme co-wrote all of the album's songs (with the exception of their cover of Duran Duran's 'Save A Prayer'), and performed all of the instruments and vocals themselves. The album is produced by Homme.  

$13.98  11.98
The new album features "Way Too Much" and "My Head Hurts," and includes digital download.  

Allison Weiss
New Love
$10.98  9.98
New album from Los Angeles (by way of Flowery Branch, Georgia) singer/songwriter Allison Weiss, her first on SideOneDummy Records. Known for writing folk-inspired pop-punk songs and a D.I.Y. ethic, Weiss signed with No Sleep Records last year for the full length "Say What You Mean" (3.3k RTD scanned) and the EP "Remember When" (957 RTD scanned). Weiss will be hitting the road with Anthony Raneri of Bayside, What's Eating Gilbert and Laura Stevenson for a full U.S. tour.  

Condition Hüman
$15.98  13.98
Against the formidable obstacles of an ever-changing cultural landscape, the rise and fall of various musical trends, and the near collapse of the record industry itself, Queensryche secured a triumphant legacy as one of hard rock’s most respected and celebrated acts, selling 30 million albums around the world across a 30-plus year career. The band’s name is uttered in the same breath as many of the groups they looked to as influences and others who arose as peers. Aueensryche built a dedicated legion of fans traveling the globe on tour with fellow rock giants like Iron Maiden, Guns N’ Roses, Metallica, Judas Priest, and Def Leppard.  

Mercury Rev
The Light In You
$13.98  11.98
The eighth full-length studio release for the alternative rock band is its first studio album in seven years. Frontman Jonathan Donahue addressed the gap between albums in a press release: "It was one of those otherworldly life sequences, when everything you think is solid turns molten, but also, when something is worth saying, it can take a long time to say it, rather than just blurt it out." On the title, Donahue said, "You can go as deep as you want with the title, on a metaphorical, spiritual level, or just poetic license. It's the beacon that shines and allows us to see ourselves – and then there's the music between Grasshopper and I, which is how we reflect each other. The arc of the album, lyrically, is someone who's gone through an incredible period of turbulence, sadness and uncertainty, and as the album progresses, a light appears on the water."  

Joe Bonamassa
Live At Radio City Music Hall [CD/Blu-Ray Combo]
$24.98  22.48
In January 2015, Joe Bonamassa took the iconic Great Stage at Radio City Music Hall for the first time for a sold-out, two-night run that allowed him to fulfill his lifelong dream of performing in one of the world's most legendary venues. On October 2, 2015, Bonamassa will share this experience with fans and music lovers around the world when he releases Joe Bonamassa Live At Radio City Music Hall (J&R Adventures) as a CD/DVD set and CD/Blu-ray set. It will also air this fall on the Palladia HD TV network.  

The Sheepdogs
Future Nostalgia
$12.98  11.98
Powerful sophomore album from the multi-Juno-award winning rock n roll band, The Sheepdogs.  

New Years Day
$13.98  11.98
New Years Day follow in the dark tradition of tragic high-drama and grand theatricality embodied by the hitchhiking ghosts of Disneyland’s Haunted Mansion, the churning emotional smolder of HIM, iconoclastic bombast of Alice Cooper and the savage flamboyance of Motionless In White. Gothic vampirism, heady fantasy and an adventurous spirit akin to Alice tripping through the looking glass swirl within New Years Day, and led by the charismatic thunder of Ashley Costello, has resulted in a new and unique tsunami that has thrilled crowds all across North America.  

Bob Marley
The Complete Island Recordings [12LP Box Set]
$235.98  212.38
The Complete Island Recordings includes 11LPs packaged in a rigid card box with lift top lid, and wrapped in silver paper that simulates the brushed metal finish of a zippo lighter. The box includes all nine Bob Marley & The Wailers studio albums recorded for Island Records, featuring their most celebrated releases, including Catch A Fire, their 1973 label debut, and Rastaman Vibration, their 1976 breakthrough album in the United States, along with two live albums Live! and Babylon By Bus.  

Janet Jackson
$13.95  11.95
1st brand new studio album in over 7 years…features 16 tracks including the single "No Sleep"  

Blitzen Trapper
All Across This Land
$11.98  10.98
Brand new studio album from acclaimed Portland, Oregon rock quintet  

$13.99  11.99
Following 2012 s True , a multi award-winning debut album that has sold over 5M copies worldwide, Avicii has announced sophomore LP Stories to release from Island Records on 10/2. Following the international success of latest single Waiting For Love , which claimed #1 on iTunes in 22 countries, hit #5 on Spotify's global chart and broke into the Top 10 Shazam Chart in 14 countries - Avicii's upcoming album will feature new hits Pure Grinding and For A Better Day  

The Wood Brothers
$12.98  11.98
Paradise is an album about longing and desire and the ways in which the pursuit of fulfillment can keep it perpetually out of our reach a concept showcased on the album cover in the image of a mule and carrot. The album is the Wood Brothers most sophisticated work to date and also their most rocking, with bassist Chris Wood playing electric on tracks for the first time. Recorded at Dan Auerbach s Easy Eye studio in Nashville, Paradise captures the latest chapter in the ongoing evolution of a band and a family navigating the joy and challenges of a life in music.  

The Winery Dogs
Hot Streak
$16.98  13.98
The trio first exploded onto the Rock scene with their self-titled, self-produced and critically acclaimed debut album that was released July 23, 2013 on Loud & Proud Records and a sold-out worldwide tour. THE WINERY DOGS debuted on Billboard s Top Alternative Albums chart at #3, Top Independent Albums chart at #4, Top Rock Albums chart at #5, Top Internet Albums at #8 and Top 200 Albums chart at #27.  

Moon Taxi
$11.98  10.98
3rd studio album from the Nashville band.  

The Black Lillies
Hard To Please
$12.98  11.98
The Black Lillies are a band for the ages, not the slick, soulless music that seems to get most of the radio airplay, but rich, rootsy tunes performed with as much heart as technical virtuosity. This commitment to authenticity has earned them accolades from outlets as diverse as Rolling Stone Magazine, who calls them one of the most buzzworthy new acts in country and Americana, and the Wall Street Journal, who praised their rootsy flair... a winsome hybrid traditional enough to appeal to an Opry crowd and expansive enough to ensnare a broader audience.  

Jesse Malin
$14.98  12.98
“Outsiders is a record built out of optimism and disgust,” says Jesse. “It’s autobiographical to the point where I even visit my own funeral! (laughs). I had recently cut ties with a lot of people and was really in my own dark bubble while we were recording it. We all made a deal to stay off the phone and the net during the making of this record, and it felt good to just live in the moment – we just let it roll.”  

Wild Child
$13.98  11.98
Wild Child's new album "Fools" is out October 2nd, 2015.  

Live At Stubb's, Vol. III
Recorded in March 2015, in two stripped-back, sit-down shows, the album features new arrangements of his early hits from the original album, along with a selection of later favorites up through his last album, Akeda.  


Movie Releases 10-02-15
Marvel's The Avengers [Movie]
Marvel's Avengers: Age of Ultron [3D]
$39.99  35.99
Marvel Studios unleashes the next global phenomenon in the Marvel Cinematic Universe -- MARVEL'S AVENGERS: AGE OF ULTRON. Good intentions wreak havoc when Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) unwittingly creates Ultron (James Spader), a terrifying A.I. monster who vows to achieve "world peace" via mass extinction. Now Iron Man, Captain America (Chris Evans), Thor (Chris Hemsworth) and The Hulk (Mark Ruffalo) -- alongside Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson), Hawkeye (Jeremy Renner) and Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) -- must reassemble to defeat Ultron and save mankind...if they can! This action-packed adventure is a mind-blowing blast!  

Cop Car [Movie]
Cop Car
$26.98  24.28
A pair of ten-year-olds find an abandoned cop car in a field. When they take it for a joyride, it seems like they could kill themselves at any moment. But things only get worse when the small town sheriff goes looking for his missing car. The kids find themselves in the center of a deadly game of cat and mouse they don't understand and the only way out is to go as fast as their cop car can take them.  

Grimm [TV Series]
Grimm: Season Four
$69.98  62.98
In the wake of Monroe and Rosalee's wedding, things have never been more chaotic. Nick, having lost his Grimm abilities, must dig deep and decide what type of person he wants to be. With Captain Renard in critical condition after being gravely injured and Juliette trying to come to grips with Nick's recent betrayal, the world of Grimm is spiraling out of control more than ever. As even more dangerous Wesen are making their way to the great northwest, it's going to take all of Team Grimm's strength and energy to keep Portland from bursting open at the seams. Watch all 22 spine-chilling episodes back-to-back and uninterrupted in Grimm: Season Four.  

Entourage [TV Series]
Entourage: The Movie
$35.99  32.39
In this raunchy satire based on the hit HBO series, young Hollywood A-lister Vincent Chase (Adrian Grenier) and his posse of best buds (Kevin Connolly, Jerry Ferrara and Kevin Dillon) negotiate the perils and pleasures of Hollywood life, with the help of superagent Ari Gold (Jeremy Piven)  

Electric Boogaloo [Movie]
Electric Boogaloo: The Wild, Untold Story of Cannon Films
$14.98  12.98
Director Mark Hartley takes us on a hilarious thrill ride through the masterworks of Yoram Globus and the late Menahem Golan, two movie-obsessed immigrant cousins who became Hollywood's ultimate gate-crashers. With hair-trigger randomness, these cousins of chaos churned out a breathtaking cavalcade of hits and misses, made movies out of posters, released a sequel before the original film, botched plots, bounced checks and burned careers – and in so doing, changed the way movies were made and marketed.  


Music Releases 09-25-15
Patty Griffin
Servant Of Love [Indie Exclusive Low Price]
Servant of Love is the Grammy Award winning singer-songwriter's tenth album, and her first to be released on her new self-owned imprint in conjunction with Thirty Tigers. It marks the third time she has collaborated with producer Craig Ross.  

The Dead Weather
Dodge & Burn
$13.98  11.98
Jack White previously promised a new album from The Dead Weather in 2015, and he’s made good on his word. The hard-rock outfit’s third studio album, Dodge & Burn, will arrive in September through White’s own Third Man Records. It serves as the follow-up to 2010’s Sea of Cowards.  

Silversun Pickups
Better Nature
$13.98  11.98
Better Nature is the fourth album from Los Angeles based Silversun Pickups.  

Jr. Jr.
Jr Jr
$13.98  11.98
You could certainly call it a "Turning point" or a "New chapter," but Detroit's JR JR have been working towards this moment since first forming in 2009. Their self-titled third full-length album, JR JR [Warner Bros. Records], represents a complete realization of the creative union between members Daniel Zott and Joshua Epstein. "To me, this album is like the third part in a series," explains Epstein. "When we first started the band, we were trying to make pop music in the way we remembered and learned it. You can feel that on our first album, It's A Corporate World. The second, The Speed of Things, took everything a step further, but it was a little more polished and professional-sounding. JR JR has a little bit of both worlds. We've gotten better at recording, and we've grown together-and separately. It's the culmination of the series so far."  

Shawn Colvin
$16.98  13.98
On her new album Uncovered, acclaimed singer/songwriter Shawn Colvin shines with sublime sensitivity, casting new light on songs from some of the most admired writers in popular music history. Uncovered's twelve tunes include songs by Bruce Springsteen, Paul Simon, Tom Waits, Stevie Wonder, Robbie Robertson and Graham Nash to name a few, but in their selection and delivery, they are pure Shawn Colvin. As Shawn says: "Unless a song moves you, it doesn't matter what you do with it."  

Kurt Vile
B'lieve I'm Goin Down
$14.98  12.98
Kurt Vile does his own myth making; a boy/man with an old soul voice in the age of digital everything becoming something else, which is why this focused, brilliantly clear and seemingly candid record is a breath of fresh air. Recorded and mixed in a number of locations, including Los Angeles and Joshua Tree, b lieve I m goin down... is a handshake across the country, east to west coast, thru the dustbowl history ( valley of ashes ) of woody honest strait forward talk guthrie , and a cali canyon dead still nite floating in a nearly waterless landscape. The record is all air, weightless, bodyless, but grounded in convincing authenticity, in the best version of singer songwriter upcycling. In Kurt s words, I wanted to get back into the habit of writing a sad song on my couch, with nobody waiting on me. I really wanted it to sound like it s on my couch -- not in a lo-fi way, just more unguarded and vulnerable.  

Thin Walls
$13.98  11.98
Balthazar are pleased to announce details of their new album 'Thin Walls' on 30th March 2015 through Play It Again Sam. Headed by the songwriting /vocal mainstay of Maarten Devoldere and Jinte Deprez, Balthazar make a welcome return having traversed the world in support of their previous album, 2012's 'Rats'. 'Thin Walls' marks a departure for the quintet in so much as it was written whilst touring and the resultant ten tracks depict the band at their most instinctive. Furthermore, having self produced both previous albums, 'Thin Walls' was recorded in the UK at Yellow Fish Studios in Lewes overseen by Ben Hillier (Blur, Depeche Mode, Elbow) and Jason Cox (Massive Attack, Gorillaz). 'Then What', the first single - a tale of being so desperately in love that you realise your happiness depends on someone else - sets the tone, nestling amongst like minded stirring vignettes, a beguiling snapshot of life, on an album that takes Balthazar to bold new places.  

Widespread Panic
Street Dogs
$15.98  13.98
Street Dogs is the long-awaited twelfth studio album from Widespread Panic, and their first for Vanguard Records. Panic recorded Street Dogs as a band, live in the studio, for the first time. The result is the most fun the veteran sextet has had making an album, which is apparent upon first listen. Widespread Panic s large and loyal legions of fans have waited five years, since the release of 2010's critically acclaimed Dirty Side Down, for a new offering from the group, and the 10 tracks on Street Dogs are sure to reward their patience, and likely turn on a few more.  

Every Open Eye
$11.98  10.98
Every Open Eye follows CHVRCHES debut album, The Bones of What We Believe (over 185K units sold and features Gold Certified single “The Mother We Share”). Lead single “Leave A Trace” released 7/16 to critical acclaim from Pitchfork, Spin, Billboard and more. The band embarks on a 30 date US tour beginning 9/29. Sonically the album is their signature style, uniquely merging the organic with the electronic, an electronic-pop record with a heart. Standard CD features 11 tracks.  

New Order
Music Complete
$14.98  12.98
Long awaited album Music Complete is New Order's first full studio release since 2005's Waiting For The Siren's Call, and their debut for Mute. The album finds the group revitalised, and where they had previously pushed toward electronics or guitars, here the two are in balance. Music Complete also marks a return to the studio for Gillian Gilbert, this is her first album with New Order since 2001's Get Ready.  

The Maccabees
Marks To Prove It
$11.99  10.99
Ryan Adams
On 1989, Ryan Adams offers a track-by-track reinterpretation of Taylor Swift’s chart-topping 2014 album. The result is as intimate as it is disarming. Adams presents Tay-Tay’s explosive pop hooks with an air of graceful melancholy, using acoustic guitars and reverb-soaked vocals to add heartbroken emotion to familiar hits like “Shake It Off,” “Bad Blood,” and "Blank Space.” Still, the most satisfying moments on Adams’ version of 1989 are the deep cuts from Swift’s original release, including the dusky glow of “Out of the Woods” and chiming guitars of “Wildest Dreams.”  

Youth Lagoon
Savage Hills Ballroom
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Hotel Parties
$12.98  11.98
Six years ain't a hell of a lot of time, but Futurebirds have filled 'em with a whole lot of living. Laying down their shoe-gazing country, harmonious psychedelia, and barnstorming, ragged rock both on record and in person, the Athens-based band presents a delicate balance on ''Hotel Parties,'' its third full-length record that explores the toils, joys, and struggles exposed by six years doing any one thing so intensely. Arriving a full two years after the band's 2013 breakthrough, ''Baba Yaga,' ''Hotel Parties'' presents a series of dualities. Loving something and letting it go. Pining for success and trying to staying true to yourself. The beckoning call of road and the comforts of home. As a result, says singer-guitarist Carter King, the LP represents Futurebirds' ''most concise effort to date all around, like some sort of accidental concept record.'' Over the course of these three LPs, two EPs, and one live record, people have come and gone, yet Futurebirds seem to stay. Some things came out as they liked and some pills have been bitter. But sometimes, six years just ain't enough time to tell.  

The Dears
Times Infinity Volume One
$12.98  11.98
''Times Infinity Volume One,'' the first new album from the Dears in four years is a sweeping collection of orchestral pop / rock that is at once enlightening, angst-ridden and mesmerizing. The first song from the album, ''I Used To Pray For The Heavens To Fall'' premiered at Noisey in July with an animated video in August. The song vividly encapsulates The Dears' neo-romantic song writing and acts as a calling card for ''Times Infinity Volume One.'' From electrifying pop to full-on primal screams; grinding guitar solos to soulful baroque, The Dears sound has connected the group with a legion of fans and critics such as Rolling Stone, New York Times and NPR. Known for their commanding live show, The Dears are touring select US cities this fall followed by an extensive National Tour in 2016.  

$10.99  9.99
Brothers Guy & Howard Lawrence, aka Disclosure, have their forthcoming album Caracal releasing 9/25. This anticipated release follows Disclosure's highly-lauded debut Settle, which has gone on to sell 1.6 million units WW, 5.3 million singles.  

Don Henley
Cass County
$11.99  10.99
Don Henley will release Cass County, his fifth studio album, and first solo album in 15 years, on September 25, 2015. Cass County was produced by Don Henley and Stan Lynch, who also co-wrote 11 of the songs on the album, and represents both Henley's roots and the next stop on his creative journey. Recorded primarily in Nashville, Tennessee, and Dallas, Texas, the album includes guest appearances from Merle Haggard, Miranda Lambert, Mick Jagger, Martina McBride, Jamey Johnson, Alison Krauss, Vince Gill and Dolly Parton.  

$11.98  10.98
Fifth studio album from feminist electroclash musician & performance artist, Peaches. Rub features Kim Gordon (Sonic Youth), Simmone Jones & Feist.  

Los Lobos
Gates Of Gold
$15.98  13.98
With Gates of Gold, LOS LOBOS bring their powerhouse mix of Rock, Tex-Mex, Country, Folk, and Blues. From start to finish, the lyrics and mood evoke a rich American saga in the tradition of Faulkner and Steinbeck from this truly original multi- Grammy award winning band from East LA on their first studio album in five years.  


Music Releases 10-09-15
Boy & Bear
Limit Of Love
$12.98  11.98
One of USA Today’s ‘Five Australian Bands You Need To Know,” Boy & Bear will release their third studio album Limit of Love, produced by Ethan Johns (Kings Of Leon, Ryan Adams). The album, including all lead vocals, was recorded and mixed live resulting in an amazingly fresh and unique sound. Limit of Love follows acclaimed Harlequin Dream, a GOLD album after a #1 debut in Australia, and whose single “Southern Sun” became a Top 10 most played record at Triple A US radio. The band has been featured on ‘ones to watch’ lists for USA Today, Huffington Post, Uncut and has performed live on CONAN.  

City And Colour
If I Should Go Before You
$12.98  11.98
World-renowned singer, songwriter and performer City and Colour (aka Dallas Green), returns with his fifth album If I Should Go Before You . Unique to this project, the studio players on the album are made up of Green s trusted touring band: Jack Lawrence (The Raconteurs, Dead Weather) on bass, Dante Schwebel (Spanish Gold, Dan Auerbach) on guitar, Doug MacGregor (Constantines) on drums and Matt Kelly on pedal steel guitar and keys.  

Golgotha [Deluxe Digi Bonus Track Edition]
$14.98  12.98
On Golgotha, W.A.S.P. are staying true to the biblical horror stories they employed on Babylon (2009): the name-giving place of skulls is the hill Jesus Christ was crucified upon. Faithful Blackie Lawless fans had to wait for new material for six years – and this album was damn well worth the wait! Golgotha follows the path that was established with Babylon and Dominator and is soaring to new heights with highly melodic metal anthems that also feature balladesque moments. A timeless slab of music that proves once more how important W.A.S.P. are to our scene!  

Elvis Costello
Unfaithful Music & Soundtrack Album
$19.95  16.95
Unfaithful Music & Soundtrack Album is a compilation underscoring Elvis Costello's new memoir 'Unfaithful Music & Disappearing Ink,' compiled and sequenced by Costello himself to offer the deepest emotional connection of the themes and stories of his book. This 38-track, 2-CD set contains a selection of hits and Costello's favorite songs, including two previously-unreleased titles; 'April 5th' - written and recorded with Rosanne Cash, Kris Kristofferson and John Leventhal - and one of Costello's earliest solo recordings, 'I Can t Turn It Off' from 1975.  

St. Germain
St Germain
$15.98  13.98
The Decemberists
Florasongs EP
The Decemberists have announced the October 9 release of a new 5-song EP, Florasongs. The EP is a collection of rare and unreleased tracks from the sessions that produced their acclaimed seventh studio album, What a Terrible World, What a Beautiful World, which came out in January.  

Alison Brown
The Song Of The Banjo
$16.98  13.98
With The Song of the Banjo (Compass Records), her first album since 2009, GRAMMY-winning musician/composer/producer/entrepreneur Alison Brown plants another flag in her journey of musical exploration.  

Toby Keith
35 Mph Town
$10.99  9.99
Produced by Toby Keith and Bobby Pinson, 35 Mph Town features his songwriting on a majority of the cuts, and several in collaboration with Pinson, Scotty Emerick, and Rivers Rutherford. In addition, there are notable contributions from guitar player Kenny Greenberg - a member of Keith's pop-up band Incognito Banditos - and Mica Roberts, backing vocalist for his touring band. Fans are getting a taste of the new music on the Toby Keith Good Times & Pick Up Lines Tour, presented by Ford F-Series. In June, Keith was inducted into New York's prestigious Songwriters Hall of Fame. He was also recently honored with the Distinguished Leadership Award from the prestigious Washington think tank Atlantic Council.  

The Zombies
Still Got That Hunger
$13.98  11.98
By the start of the new Millennium, Blunstone and Argent were inspired to resurrect The Zombies, recruiting bassist Jim Rodford (formerly of ARGENT and The Kinks), Rodford’s son Steve on drums, and renowned session guitarist Tom Toomey. The Zombies returned to the studio in early 2015 to begin work on a new album – only taking breaks to debut new songs live during a triumphant return to SXSW, a live Yahoo! Screen broadcast from House of Blues New Orleans, and their first appearances at the UK’s Great Escape and Glastonbury Festivals. The new album, Still Got That Hunger, slated for a Fall 2015 release, was produced by Chris Potter (The Verve Urban Hymns, Rolling Stones Steel Wheels).  

We The Generation
$13.98  11.98
"We The Generation" sees Rudimental championing incredible new young UK singers such as Mahalia on title track ‘We The Generation', Anne-Marie--who has signed to the bands brand new record label Major Toms named after Rudimental's Hackey HQ--and Will Heard. A few household names also got in on the album, including Lianne La Havas. Rudimental's extended family is one of the most dynamic musical collectives out there with every vocalist naturally immersing themselves in the melting pot.  

Selena Gomez
Revival [Limited Edition Cover]
$13.99  11.99
Corb Lund
Things That Can't Be Undone
$15.98  13.98
Acclaimed roots singer-songwriter Corb Lund delivers a career-defining album with Things That Can’t Be Undone. Lund brought a collection of his most personal and reflective songs he has ever written to producer Dave Cobb (Sturgill Simpson, Jason Isbell, A Thousand Horses). The result is a dynamic energy that retains Corb’s authenticity. This album, Corb’s 4th for New West Records finds the Canadian based performer poised to continue to grow his audience in the US.  

Such Things
$15.98  13.98
Saintseneca are back with Such Things, their sophomore release on Anti- Records. For this, the follow-up to their 2014 release, Dark Arc, lead singer/songwriter and multi -instrumentalist Zac Little, has moved away from the cinematic, linear quality and sought an even higher ground for the new songs, by taking input and incorporating the ideas of his fellow members. Little says, “… even though it oftentimes might seem like this singular vision, at the core my creative strategy for the band is one that inherently involves other people. I think the best work I’ll make involves working that way.” The first single, “Sleeper Hold” is a pulsating and infectious rock song that utilizes elements of punk, folk and straight up rock and roll, all centered around a soaring and beautifully anthemic chorus. American Songwriter describes the band best by calling them “A uniquely singular band informed by Appalachian mountain music and the explosive recklessness of punk.”  

Monster Magnet
Cobras & Fire (The Mastermind Redux)
$13.98  11.98
Dave Wyndorf and his henchmen seemingly had the time of their lives when they completely rearranged and boosted Last Patrol in 2014 and christened it Milking the stars: A Re-Imagining of Last Patrol! Now Monster Magnet have gone back even further to the year 2010 and revisited their classic release Mastermind. Even if you know the album inside and out you will not be prepared in the slightest for the trip that is Cobras and Fire (The Mastermind Redux)! Familiar elements drift by and are swallowed whole by thundering psych orgies – Wyndorf often focuses on a singular song fragment and turns it into his ride to total Nirvana. Go look for your daily dose of average rock elsewhere: this is the mindfvck of the year!  

Of Montreal
Snare Lustrous Doomings
$14.98  12.98
Snare Lustrous Doomings captures of Montreal’s incredible live energy with 19 high-quality recordings taken from performances at San Francisco’s Great American Music Hall and Portland’s Wonder Ballroom Featuring over 90 minutes of music spanning the band’s entire career -- from Bedside Drama to Hissing Fauna, Are You the Destroyer? to Lousy with Sylvianbriar and everything in between -- this deluxe 2xLP is packaged in a gatefold jacket and includes a large, full-color booklet with stunning professional tour photographs. Nedelle Torrisi contributes vocals to a cover of Fairport Convention’s “Time Will Show the Wiser.”  

Jana Kramer
$13.98  11.98
"Because these songs are so real to me, that's why I feel them so deeply. Acting is as real as it can be, but music is so personal. It's my life." That's especially true on thirty one, where Kramer shows she can craft a narrative and a compelling melody as well as anyone in her genre. "When I first got to Nashville, I was so shy and timid, knowing that I was writing songs with people who had written a million Number Ones," she admits. "But then I realized I have stories to tell too. So I came into the new album knowing exactly what I wanted to write -- and it had to be 100 percent about my life." If anything, Kramer admits, this means being even more country than much of what defines that genre these days. "I didn't want to follow what other people are doing," she says. "Of course, I love a lot of what I hear on country radio. But I definitely feel that Scott and I did a great job of bringing in elements of today's sound while keeping that country element I identify with too."  

The Game
The Documentary 2
$17.98  14.98
Tori Amos
The Light Princess [Original Cast Recording]
$18.98  15.98
Exclusive bonus tracks sung by Tori featured on this recording! The anticipated cast recording shines a light on Tori Amos distinctive and powerful songwriting, performed by The Light Princess stellar cast and recorded entirely as a studio album. The new record will also feature exclusive bonus tracks sung by Tori, a win-win for Amos and musical theatre fans alike.  

Bob Schneider
King Kong Vol. 3 EP [Limited Edition]
King Kong Volume III is the final installment of The King Kong Suite, a three-EP limited edition series of Bob Schneider's new music, which also presents his original collages as the art for each album. Volume III concludes the King Kong Suite with a conglomeration of beat-driven tracks pulling from a range of genres including rock, reggae, and hip hop.  

Mayday Parade
Black Lines
$14.98  12.98

Music Releases 12-11-15
Kevin Gates
$13.98  11.98

Music Releases 12-04-15

Music Releases 11-27-15
…And Out Came The Wolves: 20th Anniversary [Limited Edition Vinyl]
$21.98  19.78

• Remastered from the original analog master tapes
• Pressed on Audiophile 180 gram vinyl
• Produced by Jerry Finn and mixed by Andy Wallace

To celebrate the 20th anniversary of this very special release in our history, Epitaph Records is proud to present the deluxe 20th Anniversary edition of Rancid’s ...and Out Come The Wolves.

Released at the height of the 90’s wave of punk resurgence, ...and Out Come The Wolves is arguably on the most important albums of that decade and features tracks that became punk standards.


Bobby Rush
Chicken Heads: A 50 Year History Of Bobby Rush
$49.98  44.98