April 1, 2004
Volume 5
Top 100 Countdown

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6 LP Clear Vinyl Box Set
$94.99
David Bowie
Ryko Box Set

In accordance with the two Bowie LPs in our ongoing Top 100 Greatest Rock n Roll Albums, we are offering the very rare Sound & Vision Sealed Box Set of 6 LPs and 46 tracks. Direct Metal Mastered to provide the finest reproduction possible on any playback media, Clear Virgin Vinyl to provide a perfectly flat and stable record to lower surface noise, distortion, and resolve in greater detail, and Gatefold Record Jackets that feature rare photographs and extensive liner notes. All of Bowie's hits are here from all his major albums with previously unreleased tracks.





Classic Analog LP
$12.99
Frank Sinatra
"Hits Volume #2"

As very few of the 11 songs in this collection even made it onto the charts, the title of this record is something of a misnomer. This does, however, offer an intriguing snapshot of Sinatra's late '60s and early '70s career. While there's only one bona-fide classic in the bunch "My Way", you get interesting takes on contemporary pop numbers like Little Anthony's "Goin' Out of My Head" and George Harrison's "Something." And after all, it's still the voice, old blues eyes; never anything but class A work.

 



DCC 24K Gold CD
Out of Print Forever
$54.99

DCC 180 Gram LP
Out of Print Forever
$114.99
Linda Ronstadt
"Hits Volume #2"

Her extraordinary clarion voice enabled her to distinguish herself as an interpreter of other people's songs in an era that prized the singer/songwriter. Whether she sang country, straight ahead pop, fifties rockers, or even soul, the results were contagious. This eclectic collection circa '76 through '80 (recorded at The Sound Factory and Record One in Los Angeles, California) underscores a newfound Rock n Roll assertiveness in the rootsy Rock Diva as she gleefully covers material like Chuck Berry, The Rolling Stones, Debra Harry and more.



Classic Analog 2LPs
$19.99
1967
"The Beat Goes On"

In celebration of our upcoming Top 100 Greatest Rock n Roll Singles newsletter editions, we are offering this out of print Time Life compilation that features 22 of the greatest singles of all time; two of which were voted in the Top 100 of All Time! Artist such as Van Morrison, "Brown Eyed Girl," #49 Single of All Time, The Spencer Davis Group, "Gimme Some Lovin," #94 Single of All Time, and other great singles such as Stevie Wonder "I Was Made To Love Her," Sam and Dave, "Soul Man," Aretha Franklin "You Make Me Feel Like A Natural Woman," and many more.

 


Greatest Rock Albums of All Time

The following albums have been voted as the 45th- 54th rated Rock n Roll Albums of All Time by the Associated Press and VH1.



Classic Analog LP
$9.99
#45-Sly & The Family Stone
"Stand"

This 1969 release is indicative of the Sly & the Family Stone sound; black rhythms and pshychedelic sensibility in a pop, soul and rock hybrid that drew both white and black audiences alike. Along with James Brown, Sly and The Family Stone virtually invented 70's funk and their impact has proven to be long lasting and wide spread. Stand is also known for its ecstatic dance music and political themes, which gave rise to such hits as "Sex Machine," "Don't Call Me Nigger Whittey," and "I Wanna To Take You Higher," which was a chart topping #3 single.

 



180 Gram LP
$49.99
#46-The Rolling Stones
"Sticky Fingers"
With Zipper Cover

Driving, intense and wide-open rock is the Stone's 1971 release. The New Musical Express gave it an Excellent Plus rating that captures the Stone's "bluesy swagger in a dark land where few dare to tread." Even the jaunty country take "Dead Flowers" has a derisive sneer beneath the hokum delivery. Some of the last copies in existence.







180 Gram LP
$34.99
#47-David Bowie
"Hunky Dory"

1971 proved to be a large year for the equivalent of music's chameleon. Bowie's lighter pop tribute to the New York City of Andy Warhol, the Velvet Underground, and Bob Dylan, this album gave way to his supposed theme song, "Changes." And "Changes" were soon on the horizon for this rock star, a transformation had begun to take its course from the lighter pop album that is "Hunky Dory" to the glitz and glamour that the world would soon see him in a new theatrical production.

 



180 Gram LP
$34.99
#48-David Bowie
"The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars"

Enter Ziggy Stardust. A blend of dramatic strings, swaggering saxophones, jagged guitars, and theatrical arrangements, the album's darker rock numbers like "It Ain't Easy," "Moonage Daydream," "Ziggy Stardust," and the irresistible "Suffragette City," still serve as solid excursions into the future (then and now) of rock. The buoyant "Hang on to Yourself" and the dreamy "Star" offer hints of optimism in Ziggy's bleak world, and of course the melodramatic "Rock 'n' Roll Suicide."


#49-Price
"1999"
sold out


180 Gram LP
$39.99
#50-The Police
"Synchronicity"

Synchronicity is the last full-length studio recording from the Police, the final evolution of their sound, and the album that yielded their greatest success. The singles, particularly "Every Breath You Take," "King of Pain," and "Wrapped Around Your Finger," while pure gems by themselves, are an integral part of the album's musical and lyrical texture. As the title indicates, the album's intellectual content is inspired by C.G. Jung's psychosocial connecting principle and it manifests lyrically in some of the most evocative imagery Sting has ever created.

 



180 Gram
30th Anniversary LP
Includes Original Packaging and 3 Posters
#51-Pink Floyd
"Dark Side Of The Moon"

Originally released in 1973, Dark Side is one of those albums that is discovered a new by each generation of rock listeners. This complex, often psychedelic music works very well because of the band's patients; the songs are mainly slow and mid-tempo, with attention paid throughout to musical texture and mood. The sound effects on songs like "On The Run," "Time," and especially "Money" (with sampled sounds of clinking coins and cash registers turned into rhythmic accompaniment) are very impressive, especially in 1973 before the advent of digital recording techniques. Now Out of Print Forever last copies.

 


#52-The Pretenders
"The Pretenders"
sold out


180 Gram Stereo LP
Out of Print Forever
$19.99

180 Gram Mono LP
$22.99
#53-Bob Dylan
"Bringing It All Back Home"

The year of 1965 gives a good indication as to why Bob Dylan has remained the most influential American song writer and rock musician over the last 40 years. With this release, Dylan surprises listeners for the first of many times by turning his back on folk purists and going electric. Backed by a rock n roll band (including Paul Butterfield) for half of his album, 1965 marked Dylan's, and Rock n Roll's for that matter, breakout year with the release of "Bringing It All Back Home," and the #2 single "Like A Rolling Stone."



180 Gram LP
$14.99
#54-The Ramones
"The Ramones"

The band formed in 1974, and during those first few years, they were able to shape the sound of punk rock in the New York scence with their simple, fast songs, no solos, straight forward lyrics and chords. By 1976 "The Ramones" were a definitive punk statement. With songs like "Beat On The Brat," "Blitzkrieg Bop," and "Now I Wanna Sniff Some Glue," most of which were under two and half minutes long, they had created a new genre of rock.

 


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