It’s Vinyl Tuesday! Record Exchange customers receive up to $5 in used vinyl with every $25 in new vinyl purchased and have access to early and exclusive releases.
This month, we have a series of Rocktober reissues all month long, and you get a free koozie with purchase!
This week’s releases:
Atrocity Exhibition is one of the freshest and boldest-sounding rap albums in recent memory, a sonic swirl inspired by the work of Talking Heads and Joy Division that nonetheless sounds like nothing else from the past or present. Featuring contributions from producers like Evian Christ, Petite Noir (who also lends vocals to the world-weary clang of Rolling Stone), Black Milk, the Alchemist and frequent collaborator Paul White, the album is full of laser-beam guitars, gym-teacher whistles, creaking vocal samples, and air-raid drones. It is the most intriguing take on hallucinatory rap since the heady heights of Cold Vein or Madvillainy.
Limited-edition Rocktober reissue of the fifth T. Rex album (and first since changing their name from Tyrannosaurus Rex).
Rocktober exclusive pressing on dark orange and gold vinyl; includes band poster and special etching on side 4.
A few months before the release of Buckcherry’s long-awaited sophomore album, the national press proclaimed that classic rock was back, as if rock — classic or otherwise — had ever gone away. Buckcherry most definitely had, though, for four long years, and the group that returned sported three different members than the one that had left. But their timing was impeccable, as evidenced by the success of “Crazy Bitch,” a taster for this set. First time on vinyl to mark its 10-year anniversary for Rocktober.
Faster Pussycat’s second album, reissued in a limited edition for Rocktober.