Archive for the Music On Vinyl Category
Lords Of The Underground (L.O.T.U.G.) is a hip-hop trio consisting of Newark, New Jersey’s MC’s Mr. Funke, Dupré “Doitall” Kelly and Cleveland-native DJ Lord Jazz who met while still at University.
The Birthday Party was the first album by The Idle Race, a psychedelic pop band, released in 1968. This quasi-concept album was the first to be composed almost entirely of songs by a young Birmingham guitarist/singer named Jeff Lynne.
The Diamond Five was founded in 1959 and lasted until 1964 . They are a Dutch quintet led by pianist Cees Slinger and were based as a resident band at the famous “Sheherazade” jazz- club in Amsterdam. They enjoyed quite a popularity. Playing all over Holland, accompanying expatriate American musicians […]
Blues Helping is the classic debut album from the group that brought Dave Edmunds to public attention; Love Sculpture. The resultant album is an excellent piece of vintage 1968 blues rock. The album consists of covers from popular blues rock songs of the time, ranging from Freddie King’s “The Stumble” […]
A former student of Jamaica’s famed Alpha Boys’ school, Rico Rodriguez served his musical apprenticeship playing trombone in some of the island’s most celebrated orchestras and bands. A spell at Count Ossie’s camp in Wareika Hills introduced him to the Rasta faith and a new approach to music, which he […]
Quiet World was a studio recording project best known for being the first album to feature future Genesis guitarist Steve Hackett and with a guest appearance from Steve’s brother, John. The Road is an impressive concept progressive rock album, this Quiet World’s sole LP is still a collector’s item.
The album is a nice mix of hard rock, progressive rock and blues rock elements. This lone Pluto LP is highly recommendend to those who like the early 70’s hard rock bands.
“This first LP is rock music only by association. Taking British folk as a point of departure, the music twists and oozes as a vile bunch of snakes, pairing gorgeous melodies and expert playing to ecstatically altered vocals and vicious lyrics. Rape, murder, witchcraft and abuse are main ingredients to […]
Limited 180gm audiophile vinyl LP pressing including insert. Long before groups like Oasis and Blur provoked cross-Atlantic media hype, Catherine Wheel were evolving the Britpop style that typifies the genre’s distinction. With the release of Chrome in 1993, they advanced their dreamy pop to the rock sound. It’s not like […]
Arguably the finest Jamaican soul singer of his generation, Ken Boothe burst onto the international stage when his sublime rendering of Bread’s melancholic Everything I Own topped the UK charts in the autumn of 1974. Within months of this success, the native-born Kingstonian returned to the national listings with the […]
This classic album from 1973 saw it’s creator, Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry exploring synths and starting to develop his Black Ark sound – the enigmatic producer was at the time in the process of building his famous studio and honing his ideas about dub as a musical form. The LP opens […]
There can be no doubt that Penicillin On Wax by Tim Dog remains one of the true hard-core Hip Hop classics and one of many landmarks in sounds from the Bronx. Produced by probably the best Hop Hip producers of the early 90s, the Ultramagnetic MC’s, this album contains some […]
**In stock July 21** The sixties were a golden age for Jamaican vocal trios. During the latter half of this incredibly creative decade, a multitude of harmony groups made their mark on the island’s music scene, but of these only a relative few possessed the talent and determination to endure […]
Withers’ fourth studio album Making Music was originally released in 1975 on Columbia Records. The overall sound is smoother than his previous albums, with a warm mellow soul sound that can’t be beat. The album includes his classic “Hello Like Before”, plus “The Best You Can”, “Make Love To Your […]
Which Doobie U B? is the debut studio album by the Latino rap group Funkdoobiest. DJ Muggs was the executive producer for this album. Tracks on the album are performed by Son Doobie and Tomahawk Funk, including additional Cypress Hill member B-Real on the track “Wopbabalubop”. Hence the album is […]
The Muggs Presents The Soul Assassins (Chapter 1) album was originally released in 1997 and is produced by DJ Muggs. It features tracks from a veritable ‘who’s who’ list of rappers like Dr. Dre & B Real, Mobb Deep, RZA/GZA & Genius (Wu-Tang Clan), Krs-One (Boogie Down Productions), Goodie Mob […]
Limited edition reissue from Music On Vinyl – first reissue since 1989! Acting almost as a precursor to John Zorn’s jazz thrash group Naked City 1989’s Spy Vs. Spy see Zorn arrange pieces by Ornette Coleman into near terrifying cacophony inspired greatly by hardcore, grindcore and thrash acts such as […]
Reissued on 180g audiophile vinyl for the first time since 1999! Kool Keith is an American rapper from The Bronx known for his surreal, abstract and often profane or incomprehensible lyrics. Black Elvis/Lost in Space is the fourth studio album by mc Kool Keith, but recorded under the alias of […]
Limited double 180 gram audiophile vinyl LP pressing including four page booklet and exclusive poster. Housed in a PVC protective sleeve. Al Simmons, once the U.S. government’s greatest soldier and most effective assassin, was mercilessly executed by his own men. Resurrected from the ashes of his own grave in a […]