Archive for the Interscope Category
Limited 180gm vinyl LP pressing. Rhinoplasty is an EP by Primus, originally released August 11, 1998 by Interscope Records. The EP features covers of songs by artists such as Stanley Clarke, Metallica, and Jerry Reed. The live version of “Tommy the Cat” is performed with “The Awakening” in the middle. […]
Limited 180gm vinyl LP pressing. Miscellaneous Debris is an EP of five cover songs by Primus, released on March 12, 1992. Primus’ five-track covers EP from 1992 is released for the first time on vinyl (180g) with a new 2018 remaster from The EP is the first release by the […]
Double vinyl LP pressing. Tales from the Punchbowl is the fourth studio album by the American rock band Primus, released on June 6, 1995. It was the band’s last album with Tim Alexander before he rejoined Primus seven years later, and again in September 2013.
Primus’ fifth studio album is reissued on 2LP with a new 2018 remaster from the original analog tapes, presented in it’s original packaging. First time on vinyl since 1997!
Primus’ platinum-selling third studio album is reissued on 2LP with a new 2018 remaster from the original analog tapes, presented in its original packaging. Features one of the band’s biggest singles – ‘My Name Is Mud’. First time on vinyl since 1996!
Originally released in November 2002, The Best of 1990-2000 was the second compilation release from U2, the follow up to The Best of 1980-1990. It contained two newly recorded tracks – ‘Electrical Storm’ and ‘The Hands That Built America’ – the latter written for and features on the soundtrack to […]
On 2Pac‘s debut album, 2Pacalypse Now, the rapper showed himself to be a supremely passionate man, brimming over with ideas and anger and ready to voice his political and social opinions, call things like he saw them. This same kind of energy and lyrical acumen is found on his sophomore release, Strictly 4 […]
Yeah Yeah Yeahs have announced a reissue of their classic album ‘Fever To Tell’ reissue while also sharing an unreleased track called ‘Shake It’. The New York band’s debut album ‘Fever To Tell’ was released in April 2003 and celebrates its 15 year anniversary next year.
Songs of Experience is the companion release to 2014’s ‘Songs of Innocence’, the two titles drawing inspiration from a collection of poems, Songs of Innocence and Experience, by the 18th century English mystic and poet William Blake. Produced by Jacknife Lee and Ryan Tedder, with Steve Lillywhite, Andy Barlow and […]
Intricate and reflective as well as gripping and raw, Source Tags & Codes marks …And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead’s leap from the venerable indie imprint Merge to Interscope’s major-label territory. It’s a seamless transition, mixing the sweeping, fearlessly anthemic qualities of their previous work with […]
In 1991, Interscope won a ferocious multi-label bidding war (which according to firsthand accounts, pitted an estimated 18 to 22 different labels against each other) and signed Helmet for a reported cool one-million-plus dollars. Under the watchful eye of the record biz, and on the heels of Nirvana’s huge commercial […]
Embattled singer and rapper Tory Lanez arrived as a contender when his debut single “Say It,” enhanced with a sample of Brownstone’s 1994 hit “If You Love Me,” became a Top Ten hit on Billboard’s R&B/Hip-Hop chart and reached number 23 on the Hot 100. The tender ballad eventually went […]
Originally released 20 years ago on June 18, 1996 on DGC, Odelay was Beck’s breakthrough follow-up to his platinum bow, Mellow Gold. Selling more than two million copies in the U.S., the double-platinum-certified Odelay featured classics that loom large in Beck’s live sets to this day, including ‘Where It’s At, […]
Beck’s seventh album, Sea Change, signified a dramatic musical shift in sound and tone from it’s predecessor, the funky, R&B-influenced Midnite Vultures, and as it’s title suggested, was a profound transformation. Inspired by the dissolution of a longtime relationship, Beck transformed his sadness into both his most personal and beautiful […]
Beck kept fans and critics guessing about how he’d follow up Sea Change and in 2005 released the genre-mashing Guero which shot to #2 on the Billboard Top 200-his highest charting album to date. Beck’s eighth album saw him reuniting with the Dust Brothers with an assist from producer Tony […]
2016 release from the veteran British rock ‘n’ roll band. We all know that the Stones (as with so many ’60’s UK bands) started out rocking the blues-and this new release, recorded in just three days in London in late 2015, takes us straight back to the band’s blues roots. […]
“Stars come and go,” Maya Arulpragasam sings as her fifth album comes to a close, and it’s another reminder of what a self-aware artist she is. On AIM, which was rumored to be her final album at the time of its release, she sounds revitalized. For someone supposedly ending her […]
Blank Face LP is the fourth studio album by hip hop recording artist ScHoolboy Q. The album serves as his second release under a major record label to music retailers, following 2014’s Oxymoron. Blank Face LP features guest appearances from several prominent artists, such as Kanye West, Jadakiss, Tha Dogg […]
Once upon a time, hip-hop was about having a good time and (brace yourselves) getting down! The Black Eyed Peas brought that mentality back to the future. They reinvigorated blasé dance floors and seduced discriminating heads with their debut, Behind the Front, and they did it again on Bridging the […]
While previous Band of Horses records favored grandiose stabs at epic, pastoral, southern rock, the opener to their new album immediately grounds them in that kind of songwriting sweet spot: “Filthy room/ Guitars out of tune,” Ben Bridwell coos through a golden psych-tinged haze. “Home is where you are/ Home […]