Vast and immense ambient black metal envisioned, composed, and recorded by Stroda (UK), in partnership with Tahazu (vocals).
As with bands like Blut Aus Nord and Darkspace, Decoherence has left mankind and this world behind to visualize instead cataclysmic and alien events of unseen magnitude and immensity, far beyond the reach and comprehension of mankind, deep into the one thing which more than anything defines mankind’s nothingness: the cosmos, eternal and immeasurable engine of creation and unimaginable destruction.
Draped in dark matter and fueled by emptiness, with its immense evocative force and with visionary lucidly Decoherence have sonically bridged alien worlds and opened a portal to a vast and remote realm unknown, where existence is meticulously annihilated in perpetuity through immense cosmic cataclysmic events of creation/destruction, the magnitude of which ridicule mankind and vaporize its minuscule existence.
Tracklisting: Side A: 1. Rearrangement Collisions 2. Primordial Replicator
Side B: 3. Collapse 4. Vestiges Of An End 5. Dimentionless Angular Momentum
“Pin The Needles” is the first official live Urinals LP, released a mere 40 years after being recorded in 1979.
The band was invited to play in Santa Barbara, a bucolic college beach community a couple hours north of Los Angeles.
As you’ll hear, the few people in the audience were treated to a set of Urinals classics and a few songs that would populate their debut LP released in 1983 – just after the band broke up (and had changed their name to 100 Flowers to break out of the cookie cutter hardcore scene they felt trapped in.
22 tracks that transport you back to the late 70s; highlights include a slow workout of “Sensible Virgin”, a hyper-manic “Surfin’ With The Shah,” and an early reveal of the now-classic “California’s Falling Into The Ocean.
This record is The Urinal's first ever release outside of the USA. It is housed in an information-packed gatefold sleeve.
Tracklisting: 1. Horizontal 2. Dead Flowers 3. Ack Ack Ack 4. Strip Club 5. Black Hole 6. Go Away Girl 7. Hologram 8. Sensible Virgins 9. Surfin' With The Shah 10. Sex 11. You're Gonna Miss Me 12. Last Days Of Man On Earth 13. California Is Falling Into The Ocean 14. You Piss Me Off 15. Mystery Date / U 16. Why Are We Sleeping ? 17. I'm White And Middle Class 18. She's A Drone 19. I'm Like You 20. Male Masturbation 21. I'm A Bug 22. Jetsons Theme
Hefner's second album 'The Fidelity Wars' was the album that won them their critical acclaim and their cult audience. 'Hymn for the Alcohol' and 'Hymn for the Cigarettes' made it to numbers 2 and 3 in John Peel's Festive 50 in 1999, and the album itself was number 1 in the indie charts on it first release. it has not been available on vinyl for close to two decades.
"It's always about the sex isn't it with Hefner? You never hear them doing songs about drag racing or putting up shelves or anything like that " John Peel
"The Fidelity Wars’ is a treasure and comfort for anyone who’s set out on the bumpy road to love, and gotten distracted by the scenery along the way." NME
"On Hefner's second album, the aptly- titled Fidelity Wars, Hayman and Co. run down the list of romantic entanglements. From the sad- sack self- pitying of "A Hymn to the Alcohol" to the brazen lust of "May God Protect Your Home;" from the sincere "why'd she leave me" lament of "We Were Meant to Be" to the unrepentant tale of cheating detailed in "Fat Kelly's Teeth," pretty much every angle on relationships is explored, sometimes in excruciating detail" Pitchfork
Tracklisting: 1. The Hymn for the Cigarettes 2. May God Protect Your Home 3. The Hymn for the Alcohol 4. I Took Her Love for Granted 5. Every Little Gesture 6. Weight of the Stars 7. I Stole a Bride 8. We Were Meant to Be 9. Fat Kelly's Teeth 10. Don't Flake Out on Me 11. I Love Only You
Signed by Pete Way - Limited edition on white vinyl, numbered and with an embossed sleeve. Only 500 copies worldwide.
The CD is signed by Pete Way (not numbered).
Reissue of the solo album from 2000 by the UFO legend.
Pete Way is currectly touring with his new outfit – The Pete Way Band.
Tracklisting: 1. That's Tuff 2. Hangin' Around 3. Fooled Again 4. American Kid (What A Shame) 5. Hole 6. Hole 2 7. Crazy 8. Hand to Hold 9. That's Tuff (Demo Version) 10. Fooled Again (Demo Version) 11. American Kid (What a Shame) (Demo Version)