Insound 7" Bundle

Various Artists


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2014, Insound

**LIMITED TIME ONLY- OFFER ENDS 6/3/14!**

Insound exclusive 7” bundle of Lou Reed “Satellite of Love”, Ramones “California Sun”, The Feelies “Fa Ce-La”, New Order “Temptation”, The Replacements “I’ll Be You”, and Fucked Up “David’s Plan” (while supplies last)!

Original Price= $39.94

Lou Reed “Satellite of Love” (2010, RCA):
Lou Reed's “Satellite of Love” was originally released on RCA Records as a 7" exclusively in Europe way back in 1973, and NEVER in the US. This 7" features Satellite of Love - one of Reed's best known songs - originally recorded by The Velvet Underground during the Loaded sessions (though not released), and later included on Reed's 1972 Transformer album. It also features backing vocals by none other than DAVID BOWIE, who also co-produced the record! The B-side is "Vicious," the riff heavy opening track from Transformer.

Comes in a picture sleeve featuring the original artwork and repressed on premium wax using the master files. A highly limited release of an almost impossible to find classic - you won't get something like this anywhere else! An essential gem for any serious record collector's catalog.

"Satellite of Love (with David Bowie)" b/w "Vicious."

Ramones “California Sun” (2009, Rhino):
This heavily sought-after 7" EP contains live tracks from the Ramones' legendary first show at the Roxy in LA on July 12, 1976.

Comes in a picture sleeve featuring the original artwork and repressed using the master files. A highly limited release of an almost impossible to find classic - you won't get something like this anywhere else! An essential gem for any serious record collector's catalog.

"California Sun (Live)" and "I Don't Want To Walk Around With You (Live)" b/w "I Want To Be Your Boyfriend."

The Replacements “I’ll Be You” (2009, Rhino):
Originally released in 1989, "I'll Be You" was the first single from The Replacements' superb full-length Don't Tell A Soul. This 7" also contains a non-LP B-side, "Date To Church", featuring vocal accompaniment from none other than the legendary Tom Waits.

Featuring the albums' original artwork and repressed using the master files. A highly limited release of an almost impossible to find classic - you won't get something like this anywhere else! An essential gem for any serious record collector's catalog.

"I'll Be You" b/w "Date To Church."

The Feelies “Fa Ce-La” (2010, RCA):
The Feelies debut 7" - originally released October 8, 1979 on Rough Trade - will finally be available again on October 8, 2009; exactly thirty years after it was first released! A little-known gem, this single came out before the release of their first album Crazy Rhythms, but was quickly buried beneath the ensuing onslaught of Feelies fan fervor. Now you can hear it again in its original integrity, as it was always meant to be heard!

"Fa Ce-La" b/w "Raised Eyebrows."

New Order “Temptation” (2009, Factory):
Though clearly taking steps away from their past, New Order keeps some of the elements of the former band's sound. Drummer Stephen Morris in particular plays a familiar beat, albeit one at a decidedly more jaunty tempo than on most Joy Division tracks. And the rest of the band falls in accordingly: vocalist/guitarist Bernard Sumner rains down sheets of guitar; bassist Peter Hook adds his sinuous bass, almost a reinvention of the instrument as a melodic counterpoint rather than providing the bottom register of the music; and the only member added to the remaining members of the former band, keyboardist Gillian Gilbert, provides modern synthesizer textures. Morris does vary his drumming a bit in his trying to keep up with the 16th-note movement in Gilbert's Giorgio Moroder-like sequencer patterns. Thus, the drummer ends up playing something akin to rhythms found in mid- to late- '70s disco and underground New York dance music. It is a technique he would refine on the Power, Corruption & Lies album. The end product sounds like Joy Division meets Donna Summer with a bit of the tunefulness of the Cure thrown in. Sumner's lyrics match the enthusiastic tone of the music with an ultimately uplifting feeling of triumph after a romantic breakup. After the music fades in, the singer is heard phonetically singing one of the song's hooks in a falsetto. Then the verse: 'A heaven I'd get with a hope/Just like the feeling inside, it's no joke/And though it hurts me to treat you this way/Betrayed my words, I'd never heard, too hard to say/Up, down, turn around/Please don't let me hit the ground/Tonight I think I'll walk alone I'll find my soul as I go home.' Another of the song's major hooks comes in the way of the songs coda: 'Oh, you've got green eyes/Oh, you've got blue eyes/Oh, you've got grey eyes/And I've never seen anyone quite like you before/No, I've never met anyone quite like you before,' an infectious singalong chorus. This would have been a shock to the band's old fans; Joy Division was not known for singalongs."

"Temptation" b/w "Hurt."

Fucked Up “David’s Plan” (2010, self-released):
Proceeds from the sales of the album will go to benefit three organizations in Canada working to bring to an end the epidemic of missing and murdered native women: Justice for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women (Montreal), DTES Power of Women Group (Vancouver), and Sisters in Spirit (Ottawa

Fucked Up present their star-studded cover of Band Aid's "Do They Know It's Christmas?" on vinyl! The song is a tongue-in-cheek cover the '80s classic (written by Bob Geldof and Midge Ure), and features vocals from Ezra Koenig (Vampire Weekend), Bob Mould (Husker Du), Tegan & Sara, Andrew W.K., GZA, Kyp Malone (TV on the Radio), Yo La Tengo, David Cross (comedian) and Kevin Drew (Broken Social Scene). The 7" also features an unreleased Fucked Up song, "David's Plan."

Fucked Up's frontman Damian Abraham, a.k.a. "Pink Eyes," says: "It's hard to find a balance between the song being a fun, playful holiday classic and the reason we're putting it out, to benefit organizations dealing with a deadly, serious issue." Since 1980, there have been 520 known cases of missing or murdered Aboriginal women across Canada and many believe the true number to be significantly higher. If compared to the rest of the population their death and disappearance rate would be equivalent to over 18,000 Canadian women and girls missing or murdered. Approximately 50% of the murders and disappearances have occurred during or since 2000.

"David’s Plan" b/w "Do The Know It’s Christmas?"


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