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Nicholas Carras - Missile To The Moon - Product Shot
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    THEREMIN DOPPELGÄNGER FUELED SPACE EXPLORATION! • Straight from the Nicholas Carras tape archive to its first true soundtrack!  • Includes a replica film poster and notes from notorious B-movie cinephile David Schecter.  • A space capsule on colored vinyl cut by Kevin Gray at Cohearent Audio and pressed at Third Man! While this 1958 sci-fi film may have been a rather careless construction (and heavy on the cardboard) there was clearly more thought involved in hiring Nicholas Carras,...

    Nicholas Carras - She Demons - Product Shot
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    Item #: MH-8207 -

      A TYMPANI SYMPHONY OF DEMONIC MAYHEM! • Straight from the Nicholas Carras tape archive to its first true soundtrack! • Includes a replica film poster and notes from notorious B-movie cinephile David Schecter. • An occult cult classic on colored vinyl cut by Kevin Gray at Cohearent Audio and pressed at Third Man! Nicholas Carras’ soundtrack for this 1958 “horror” film adds a much needed shot of drama and excitement to the wide range of bizarre charms captured on screen. Carras employs...

      Ryder, Mitch & The Detroit Wheels - Take A Ride... MONO Edition Gold Vinyl LP
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      Item #: LP 5086X -

        Motor City legends Mitch Ryder and the Detroit Wheels set unsurpassed standards for balls-out American white-boy R&B. Under the aegis of crack producer Bob Crewe, the Wheels shot to fame, propelled by Ryder's sweat-soaked soulful vocals, the piercing, mile-a-minute guitar sting of Jim McCarty, and the piledriver drum attack of Johnny Bee. Attacking rock and R&B with a startling, head-on frenzy, the group created a rock-n-soul dynasty still without equal. Sundazed presents the High-Definition...

        something Weird - Spook Show Spectacular A-Go-Go - Product Shot
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        Item #: MHCD-205 -

          SPECTRAL STOMPERS AND GRAVEYARD GROOVES! • The unholy follow up to the wildly successful Something Weird Greatest Hits!• The wildest spook show trailers from the SW vault on LP or CD both with a bonus DVD! • Cut by Warren Defever (His Name Is Alive) and pressed on colored vinyl at Third Man! Something Weird has exhumed a crypt full of classic Spook Show promos and radio spots monstrously mashed together with fiendish rare surf and garage rock instrumentals. Includes a delightfully deranged DVD...

          something Weird - Spook Show Spectacular A-Go-Go - Product Shot
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            SPECTRAL STOMPERS AND GRAVEYARD GROOVES! • The unholy follow up to the wildly successful Something Weird Greatest Hits!• The wildest spook show trailers from the SW vault on LP or CD both with a bonus DVD! • Cut by Warren Defever (His Name Is Alive) and pressed on colored vinyl at Third Man! Something Weird has exhumed a crypt full of classic Spook Show promos and radio spots monstrously mashed together with fiendish rare surf and garage rock instrumentals. Includes a delightfully deranged DVD...

            Standells, The - Dirty Water - MONO COLORED VINYL LP
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            Item #: LP 5546-CLR -

              On Colored Vinyl! The Standells' key albums for the Tower label (Dirty Water, Why Pick On Me, and Try It) perfectly bottled a rebellious wave of sound sweeping across Mid-1960's teen clubs, radio playlists and record racks. Starting with the genre-defining, proto-punk smash "Dirty Water," through a series of equally memorable underdog anthems ("Sometimes Good Guys Don't Wear White," "Why Pick on Me") and obscenities (the banned "Try It"), the Standells left an indelible mark on their era....