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What's New 12-10-21

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Loma Vista

The continuation of Common's movement music, Beautiful Revolution Pt. 2 recognizes there is much work to be done while acknowledging progress and starting to live our dreams. As Common puts it, "Something kept telling me to focus on the good and the things I wanted to see in the world. Music is one of the things that gives me hope and happiness." *Limited Edition Indie Exclusive Signed CD*

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Warner

Between1994 to 2001, Green Day would visit the BBC’s Maida Vale Studios in London four times and record live sessions for Radio 1’s “Evening Show” and its popular DJ Steve Lamacq. This compilation documents those sessions, and includes many of the band’s hits including “When I Come Around”, “Basket Case”, “Brain Stew/Jaded” and “Minority”. *Indie Exclusive Limited Edition Milky Clear 2x Vinyl*

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Republic

This musical family has played together for a half century, yet they continue creating elegant romantic acoustic ballads, powerhouse electric rockers and insightful rollicking tunes that stick with you. Neil and Crazy Horse fans have long shouted for “more barn” and here it is… 10 new songs that capture the wild, rock and roll spirit, the idiosyncratic raw sound and the lyrical beauty that epitomizes a classic NYCH collaboration.

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Sub Pop

Longtime Wrens member Kevin Whelan's first solo album draws heavily from the perseverance of the soul, resulting in an infectious and inspiring sonic uplift -- the kind of overpowering songwriting that will reaffirm your belief in life itself. If you're familiar with Whelan's past work, these ten tracks bear a certain and unmistakable familiarity, but also mark an exciting new chapter as he steps out with more vulnerability than ever before.

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Appalachia Record Co.

This archival project compiles previously unheard recordings from 80-plus hours of tape saved through the years by Appalachian music great Loney Hutchins. In addition to his vast catalog of traditional country music, there are songs never before heard by Hazel Smith and Helen Carter, as well as Johnny Cash penned tunes recorded for the first time. It’s an extraordinary time capsule from an amazing era of creativity in country music.

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