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Tame Impala – Currents
This fancy pre-order edition of Tame Impala’s most recent psych-rock opus comes with two colored LPs – one purple and one yellow. It also comes with not one, not two, not three, not even four, but FIVE lenticular prints for you to hang on your walls to prove just how psychedelic you like it.
Metallica – The $5.98 EP – Garage Days Re-Revisited
An original press of a classic E.P. This 12″ finds the speed metal icons covering British metal and punk bands of the late ’70s and early ’80s; what more could ya want?
The Heads – Everybody Knows We Got Nowhere
Here at good ‘ole Twist, we love some space rock. That’s why we’re amped to have a beautiful copy of this great box set from the underrated The Heads, which features 3 LPs, a CD, and even a tote bag, making your trip home with the record that much easier. Included in this set are previously unreleased alternate takes and sessions with the likes of John Peel and Mark Radcliffe.
Mike Ness – Cheating at Solitaire
We’ve got a beautiful sky blue reissue of Mike Ness’s classic record Cheating At Solitaire. It’s 2 LPs, packaged in a nice gatefold. Come scoop it while you can!
Mitch Ryder and the Detroit Wheels – Takin’ All I Can Get b/w You Get Your Kicks
A pristine copy of a rare 45 from the soulful garage rocker Mitch Ryder. You’ll swoon, you’ll headbang, you’ll croon. Come check it out!
Jane’s Addiction – Ritual de lo Habitual
Even more ’90s alternative for you, today. This original pressing is a rare find; even rarer to find it in such great shape.
Boris – Amplifier Worship
Drone. Noise. Doom. Metal. Not much else has to be said about this superb record, a limited edition reissue, 1 of only 2000 to be made back in good ol’ 2010. If you didn’t need some drone in your life then, maybe you do now.
The Replacements – The Shit Hits The Fan (Cassette)
Listen, I know this page is called VINYL tidbits. We know. But bear with me, here, as I describe to you a very rare CASSETTE.
The Shit Hits The Fan was recorded live at the Bowery in Oklahoma City on November 11th 1984. It is 24 scathing tracks from some all-timers, and it was only ever released on this format. Quality recordings of it are hard to come by, making this cassette well worth a trip down Colfax. Thanks for indulging me and letting me write about cassettes, which I promise will only happen just this once.
J Dilla – Welcome 2 Detroit (Cassette)
Just kidding! Here’s another cassette for ya on the vinyl tidbits page.
J Dilla was one of the foremost individuals advancing the sounds of hip-hop music in the nineties and early aughts. This album is a seminal release from him, marking a shift in sound palette and cementing his place as a massive influence on the shape of the hip hop genre.