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Written, recorded, and completed during lockdown, CARNAGE is the first studio album from Nick Cave & Warren Ellis outside of the Bad Seeds and their many soundtrack collaborations.
The eight song project - developed amidst the downtime of a long, anxious, global emergency - showcases Cave & Ellis’ typical sonic and lyrical adventurism and stands as a quintessential record for these uncertain times.
CARNAGE is shot through with moments of distilled beauty and resonating with an almost defiant sense of hope. In Cave's own words, it is "a brutal but very beautiful record nested in a communal catastrophe."
Water from the Wells of Home is the 75th album by Johnny Cash, released on Mercury Records in 1988. It features several collaborations with other artists, including "New Moon Over Jamaica" with Paul McCartney. Other guests include Waylon Jennings, Hank Williams Jr., Glen Campbell, Emmylou Harris and family members Rosanne Cash, John Carter Cash, June Carter Cash and members of the Carter Family. Pressed on 180-gram vinyl.
Johnny Cash teamed with producer "Cowboy" Jack Clement, who as Sun Records' house engineer had overseen many of Cash's '50s sessions and written some of his early hits, for the star-studded Water From The Wells of Home, released on Mercury Records in 1988.
The album features guest appearances by Cash's wife June Carter Cash and daughter Rosanne Cash, along with Glen Campbell, Jessi Colter, the Everly Brothers, Tom T. Hall, Emmylou Harris, Waylon Jennings, Paul McCartney and Linda McCartney and Hank Williams Jr. on an eclectic set of material including "That Old Wheel," a duet with Williams that became Cash's highest-charting single in more than a decade.
Johnny Cash -"Classic Cash: Hall Of Fame Series Classic Cash: Hall of Fame Series is the 74th album by Johnny Cash, released on Mercury Records in 1988. It consists entirely of re-recordings of songs already associated with Cash from his Sun and Columbia days. The album used modern production techniques, including synthesizers, to update and modernize Cash's earlier songs. Featured the single, "Get Rhythm". Pressed on 180-gram vinyl.
Johnny Cash -"The Mystery Of Life" The Mystery of Life is the 77th album by Johnny Cash, released in 1991, and his last for Mercury Records. The songs featured are culled from both recent sessions and from leftovers from Cash's first Mercury session in 1986 for the album Johnny Cash is Coming to Town. It includes new recordings of two songs already associated with him from his Sun and Columbia days, "Hey Porter" and "Wanted Man". "I'll Go Somewhere and Sing My Songs Again" is a duet with Tom T. Hall. Pressed on 180-gram vinyl.
Easy Rider: The Best of The Mercury Recordings is a 24 track collection highlighting the Mercury years. Featuring tracks such as "Waymore Blues (with Jerry Lee Lewis, Roy Orbison and Carl Perkins", "We Remember The King", "The Big Light", "Tennessee Flat Top Box", "Cats In The Cradle", `I Shall Be Free" and many more. Pressed on 2 180-gram LPs.
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Extremely limited edition 12" single for the ‘Out of Control (21 Minutes of Madness Mix)’ which appears on the ‘The Secret Psychedelic Mixes’ disc within the 3CD and 3LP. This will be released 2 weeks prior to the Surrender reissue products to create a buzz around the Chemical Brothers. Only 1,999 will be manufactured (to coincide with Surrenders original release year).
"MEANING OF LIFE" is the album Kelly Clarkson was destined to make with Atlantic Records, a collection of smart and sensual soul-inspired pop that immediately belongs among the legendary label's classic canon. For her eighth studio album - and follow-up to 2015's chart-topping "PIECE BY PIECE" - Clarkson united a stellar team of top songwriters and producers to collaborate on her Atlantic debut, among them past collaborators Jason Halbert, Jesse Shatkin and GRAMMY® Award-winning "Producer of the Year" Greg Kurstin as well as first time collaborators Mick Schultz, The Monarch and Nick Ruth among others.