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RUNAWAYS - DEAD END JUSTICE

RUNAWAYS - DEAD END JUSTICE

The Cleveland 1976 broadcast. TRACKS: 01. California Paradise 02. Cherry Bomb 03. Take It Or Leave It 04. Secrets 05. You Drive Me Wild 06. C'mon 07. Blackmail 08. Wild Thing 09. Don't Use Me 10. Rock & Roll 11. Is It Day Or Night? 12. Johnny Guitar 13. Dead End Justice

 

RADIO BIRDMAN - LIVING EYES (ROCKFIELD VERSION)

RADIO BIRDMAN - LIVING EYES (ROCKFIELD VERSION)

'Living Eyes' was recorded at Rockfield Studios in Wales during a break in the band's 1978 tour of Britain and Europe. Relations between members were falling apart and Sire had dropped the band prior to the start of recording. Their breakup soon followed. Initial releases ... read more »

 

ROBOTS OF THE ANCIENT WORLD - MYSTIC GODDESS (BLACK/WHITE)

ROBOTS OF THE ANCIENT WORLD - MYSTIC GODDESS (BLACK/WHITE)

Formed in 2015, Robots Of The Ancient World made an immediate impact with a meteor shower of cosmic grooves and high-octane riffs in the galactic vortex where doom, psych and stoner rock collide. Musically, the new album includes nods to stoner rock titans like the Stooges, ... read more »

 

RADIO DAYS - RAVE ON!

RADIO DAYS - RAVE ON!

'Rave On!' is the fourth album from the Radio Days and features ten powerpop gems. Taking the Paul Collins' Beat and The Plimsouls as references, the songs of the album take a metaphorical trip from the scratching '70s riffs, back to beatlesque vibes, moving across the ... read more »

 

RADIO MOSCOW - GREAT ESCAPE OF LESLIE MAGNAFUZZ

RADIO MOSCOW - GREAT ESCAPE OF LESLIE MAGNAFUZZ

Psychedelic blues rock rooted in the power trio sound of the late '60s and early '70s, with comparisons to Blue Cheer, Hendrix, Cream, Ten Years After, a.o.

 

RAIN (USA/PA) - RAIN

RAIN (USA/PA) - RAIN

Originally released in 1972 on the Project 3 label (home also of Free Design), Philadelphia's Rain's self-titled album is a cult item among lovers of progressive pop, psych and proto power-pop. Fantastic songs, superb musicianship, dreamy vocals, hard guitar, Hammond. ... read more »

 

RAW MATERIAL - RAW MATERIAL (2CD)

The UK psychedelic/progressive jazzrock outfit's 1970 debut-album gets reissued, with the addition of a full disc's worth of rare B-side tracks PLUS the entire 'Kid Jensen Introduces Sounds Progressive' LP, which the Raw Material-members released under the Sounds ... read more »

 

RED LORRY YELLOW LORRY - THE SINGLES (2LP)

RED LORRY YELLOW LORRY - THE SINGLES (2LP)

All the singles that the highly regarded UK '80s post-punk band recorded for Red Rhino and Beggars Banquet/Situation Two, are now collected on DOUBLE-LP. There are 27 tracks in total! Essential stuff for fans of a.o. Joy Division, Bauhaus and The Sisters Of Mercy.

 

REVEREND BIZARRE - (BLACK) SO LONG SUCKERS (4LP)

REVEREND BIZARRE - (BLACK) SO LONG SUCKERS (4LP)

Repress on black vinyl. Reverend Bizarre's final opus is a 130 minute juggernaut, thought by many as impossible to fit on vinyl. Well, you thought wrong. Mastered under the supervision of Albert Witchfinder by Joona Lukala, this four LP package presents the work cut on ... read more »

 

REZN - CHAOTIC DIVINE (2LP)

REZN - CHAOTIC DIVINE (2LP)

REZN's 2020 offering 'Chaotic Divine' continues their melding of gargantuan heaviness and lysergic calm. Additionally, it continues the band's penchant for tying the music to a visual landscape. 'Let It Burn' revolved around a cosmic and volcanic terrain inspired by the ... read more »

 

ROUTES - INSTRUMENTALS II

ROUTES - INSTRUMENTALS II

Japanese garage rockers The Routes deliver a second 100% instrumental album that blends surf, psychedelia and so many other influences, from the '50s all the way to the now, that it's basically unclassifiable. This release also is a true homage to one of the most important ... read more »

 

ROY & THE DEVIL'S MOTORCYCLE - IM REICH DER WILDEN TIERE (NO MILK NO SUGAR)

ROY & THE DEVIL'S MOTORCYCLE - IM REICH DER WILDEN TIERE (NO MILK NO SUGAR)

Three guitars, one drum set, three voices, a daredevil ride into the Kingdom of Wild Animals, Recorded in Nottingham by Tony "Doggen" Foster (Spiritualized) including their gorgeous evergreen 'Learn To Lose' and Janis Joplin's 'Ain't Got A Worry'.

 


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