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  1. Controlled By Hatred/Feel Like Shit deja vu (180 Gram Yellow Colored Vinyl 1 LP)

    Suicidal Tendencies
    Controlled By Hatred/Feel Like Shit deja vu (180 Gram Yellow Colored Vinyl 1 LP)

    Regular Price: $26.98

    Special Price $16.19

    Controlled by Hatred/Feel Like Shit...Déjà Vu is the fourth studio album of Suicidal Tendencies. It includes Robert Trujillo's (Metallica) first work with Suicidal Tendencies, and is the first of three Suicidal Tendencies albums to be certified gold. A must have for any Suicidal ...
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  2. Odyssey (45 RPM 180 Gram Vinyl 2 LP)

    James Blood Ulmer
    Odyssey (45 RPM 180 Gram Vinyl 2 LP)

    Regular Price: $49.98

    Special Price $29.99

    Odyssey stands as Ulmer's signature masterpiece, the purest and most accessible showcase for his bold, genre-clashing guitar vision. With minimal accompaniment, Ulmer's guitar is always the meat of the ensemble, especially since his unique tuning (developed for this album) allows him to cover ...
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  3. Forever (Vinyl - 1LP)

    The Monkees
    Forever (Vinyl - 1LP)

    Regular Price: $19.98

    Special Price $11.99

    The collection is FOREVER, a 14-track compilation that spotlights the group's biggest hits, as well as "She Makes Me Laugh".
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  4. This Was (180g, Vinyl - 1LP)

    Jethro Tull
    This Was (180g, Vinyl - 1LP)

    Regular Price: $24.98

    Special Price $14.99

    This was is the debut album by the rock band Jethro Tull, released in 1968. In the documentary film of the Woodstock Festival, portions of the songs "Beggar's Farm" and "Serenade to a Cuckoo" may be heard on the PA system, indicating the level of notice the album achieved in the United States....
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  5. Good Times! (180 Gram Vinyl 1 LP)

    The Monkees
    Good Times! (180 Gram Vinyl 1 LP)

    Regular Price: $19.98

    Special Price $11.99

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  6. Criss-Cross LP

    Thelonious Monk
    Criss-Cross LP

    Regular Price: $29.98

    Special Price $17.99

    Criss-Cross, Thelonious Monk?s second album for Columbia, features some of the finest work that Monk ever did in the studio with his `60s trio and quartet. Monk and Charlie Rouse (tenor), John Ore (bass), and Frankie Dunlop (drums) exchange powerful musical ideas, as well as provide potent solos ...
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  7. How's Your Process? (Play) LP

    Dot Hacker
    How's Your Process? (Play) LP

    Regular Price: $18.98

    Special Price $11.39

    Dot Hacker's genesis comes from when Klinghoffer and bandmate Clint Walsh were touring as part of Gnarls Barkley back in 2006. Two more seasoned musicians, Eric Gardner and Jonathan Hischke soon rounded up the lineup and the band was formed in 2007. Klinghoffer's schedule became substantially bus...
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  8. All Aboard The Blue Train With Johnny Cash  (Vinyl 1 LP)
  9. Cold Mountain:  Music From The Motion Picture (180 Gram Vinyl 2 LP)

    Various Artists
    Cold Mountain: Music From The Motion Picture (180 Gram Vinyl 2 LP)

    Regular Price: $49.98

    Special Price $29.99

    The soundtrack of the film Cold Mountain was produced by T Bone Burnett, and features original songs from Jack White, Sting, and Elvis Costello. Jack White, who performs five songs on the soundtrack, also had a role in the movie.The album won the BAFTA Award for Best Film Music and the World S...
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  10. Big Blues (Vinyl 1 LP)

    Art Farmer & Jim Hall
    Big Blues (Vinyl 1 LP)

    Regular Price: $29.98

    Special Price $17.99

    Art Farmer and Jim Hall had a regular group for a time in the ’60s but - except for one occasion - had not played together since, until this 1978 LP. Since Farmer and Hall have long had very complementary styles (both being lyrical, harmonically advanced and thoughtful in their improvisa...
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