Jimmy Eat World to Reissue Albums on Vinyl

Jimmy Eat World will be hitting a massive milestone in 2016; their debut album will officially turn 20 years old. In honor of the momentous occasion, the band have revealed that they will be reissuing several of their album on vinyl next month. The reissued vinyls will include: 1996’s Static Prevails; 1999’s Clarity; the album that arguably launched them into the mainstream, 2001’s Bleed American; and 2004’s Futures.

In addition to those four records, the band also revealed that their 2005, five-track EP, Stay on My Side Tonight will also get the vinyl treatment. The record was originally released in only digital format before they decided to release it on CD and now, vinyl. The EP features three new songs as well as a remixed version of “Drugs or Me” from Futures and a cover of Heatmiser’s “Half Right.”

All the reissues, with the exception of Bleed American and Stay on My Side Tonight, will be released as a double-LP. Bleed American is set to be released on Dec. 4 while Static Prevails, Clarity and Futures have a release date of Dec. 11. The Stay on My Side Tonight EP reissue will be released on Dec. 18.

01. Bleed American
02. A Praise Chorus
03. The Middle
04. Your House
05. Sweetness
06. Hear You Me
07. If You Don’t, Don’t
08. Get It Faster
09. Cautioners
10. The Authority Song
11. My Sundown
12. (Splash) Turn Twist

01. Disintegration
02. Over
03. Closer
04. Half Right (Heatmiser cover)
05. Drugs or Me (Styrofoam remix)

01. Thinking, That’s All
02. Rockstar
03. Claire
04. Call It In The Air
05. Seventeen
06. Episode IV
07. Digits
08. Caveman
09. World Is Static
10. In The Same Room
11. Robot Factory
12. Anderson Mesa
13. 77 Satellites
14. What Would I Say To You Now

01. Table For Glasses
02. Lucky Denver Mint
03. Your New Aesthetic
04. Believe In What You Want
05. A Sunday
06. Crush
07. 12.23.95
08. Ten
09. Just Watch The Fireworks
10. For Me This Is Heaven
11. Blister
12. Clarity
13. Goodbye Sky Harbor
14. Christmas Card
15. Sweetness – Demo

01. Futures
02. Just Tonight
03. Work
04. Kill
05. The World You Love
06. Pain
07. Drugs Or Me
08. Polaris
09. Nothing Wrong
10. Night Drive
11. 23
12. Shame

Alkaline Trio Announce Special Mini Tour


Alkaline Trio have been quiet for sometime now, except for their appearances at Riot Fest earlier this year, so how else would you return to the forefront of fans’ minds than with a big and really cool announcement.

Today, the Illinois-based band announced that they will be going out on a very short tour where they will play all eight of their albums over a four night span, in eight different cities.

Confused? Well, don’t be.

Alkaline Trio will spend four days in one city where each night they will perform two of their albums in full.

If you’re still confused about it, just check out the flyer for the event below which also displays the cities they will be performing at as well as the dates.


Alkaline Trio’s most recent release was actually a twofer. The band released two albums on the same day in 2012; one titled My Shame is True and another, an EP, titled Broken Wing.

Prince to Return with Two New Albums


The purple one is making a comeback!

That’s right, Prince has announced that he will be returning to the music world with not one, but two new albums. The albums will be the highly anticipated Art Official Age and Plectrumelectrum. Art Official Age will be Prince’s solo album, while Plectrumelectrum will be from his new band, 3RDEYEGIRL.

“Prince is one of just a handful of visionary artists who have truly reshaped and redefined modern music and culture,” said Warner Bros. Records Chairman & CEO Cameron Strang.

“For the past 35 years, he has never stopped evolving, challenging himself, reinventing his sound, and pushing boundaries. In true Prince fashion, he has just given us not one, but two extraordinary albums that express the incredible range and depth of his talent. All of us at WBR are immensely proud to be working with Prince to bring this brilliant new music to his legions of fans around the world, and needless to say we are thrilled to be working in partnership with him again.”
Both record are set to be released on September 30, but don’t expect it to be a joint record; the albums will be sold separately. Currently, both of them are available for pre-orders through digital retailers as well as Prince’s official website.

For those wanting to purchase the records early, the singer has revealed that fans will be able to unlock “instant grat” tracks from each record.

And that’s not even the end of the gift that is Prince. According to sources, the album releases will be marked by a series of “very special events” taking place globally. As of now, there has been no confirmation as to what exactly that means, but a confirmation should be set for soon.

First Round of Record Store Day Treasure


Do you hear that? It is the sweet sound of all the artists and record stores coming together to help put together the list of all the goods that will be coming our way for Record Store Day.

The yearly, unofficial Christmas for music lovers all over the country is set to take place on April 16. We have obtained some of the releases for this year’s event thanks in part to Property of Zack and Wax Poetic.

Like last year’s list, this one is quite long and we aren’t even sure if this is all of it. This year’s list does include the likes of Green Day, Paramore, Bruce Springsteen, Death Cab for Cutie, Nirvana and many, many more.

7” RECORDS (Taken from www.new-vinyl.blogspot.com)
ABBA  Waterloo 7”
Albarn, Damon 7”
Allen, Lily Wind Your Neck In
Autumn Defense/Josh Rouse  Sentimental Lady b/w Trouble
Bat for Lashes Gardens Heart 7”
Beauregarde Testify (features Greg Sage from the Wipers on Guitar) 1000 copies
Bowie, David Rock n Roll Suicide Picture Disc
Camera Obscura 4AD Session EP 7”
Camp Sophisto  Songs in the Praise of the Revolution
Chromeo Come Alive 7”
Clutch/Lionize split 7”
Crystal Antlers We All Gotta Die b/w remix by The Scientist
Dads Woman EP (1000 copies)
Deep Purple Made in Japan (2×7”—-Black Night (live in Osaka) b/w Woman from Tokyo)
Die Kreuzen Cows and Beer (7”, colored vinyl and remastered with new linear notes and photos, plus the original notes/photos)
Dot Hacker 7”
Elbow Charge 7”
Ex-Cult  Ties You Up 7” (Goner Records)
Faithfull, Marianne  Sister Morphine b/w Something Better
Fleetwood Mac  Dragonfly 7”
Full of Hell/Psywarfare split 7” (1000 copies)
Garbage 7”
Ghosts of Dead Airplanes/Bis split Picture Disc (500 copies)
Hard-Ons Girl in the Sweater (hand-numbered on colored vinyl)
Hawley, Richard  Going Down
Integrity/Vegas split 7” (1000 copies on red vinyl)
Julie Ruin, The (Ex-Bikini Kill) Brightside b/w In the Picture (2000 copies)
Krieg Isolation/Transmission (orange vinyl, 500 copies)
Lane, Ronnie and Slim Chance  Anniversary b/w Ooh La La
Lanham, Roy The Spectacular Six-String of Roy Lanham 7” EP (Red Vinyl) Sundazed
Litter, The  Action Woman b/w A Legal Matter (Blue Vinyl)  Sundazed
Minogue, Kylie 7”
Moons, The Heart and Soul  (Orange vinyl, 300 copies)
Nasum Domedagen 7” EP (300 copies on Red Vinyl)
Nirvana Pennyroyal Tea 7” (reissue of famous withdrawn cd single, now on vinyl)
Noisem/The Occultist (1000 copies on Red vinyl)
Oberst, Conor Hundreds of Ways b/w Fast Friends
Papercuts/the Donkey split 7”
Public Service Broadcasting Elfstedentocht Parts 1 & 2 (7”, UK/EU RSD exclusive)
Rodrigo Amarante/EDJ split 7”
Section 25 Reflection (Young Image) b/w Change (7”, UK/EU RSD Exclusive)
Shattered Faith new 7”
Southern Culture On the Skids w/Fred Schnieder Party at My Trouse b/w Hey Mary
Specials, The   Sock It Toe Em JB
Spektor, Regina  You’ve Got Time 7”
Standells, The Dirty Water b/w Twitchin’ Clear Vinyl (Sundazed)
Stanton, Harry Dean  Partly Fiction—-features Tennessee Whiskey b/w Cancion Mixteca (picture disc)
Stranglers, The  Peaches 7”
Sunrays, The Our Leader b/w Won’t You Tell Me Clear Yellow Vinyl (Sundazed)
Tenpole Tudor’s Swords of a Thousand Men b/w Love and Food Picture Disc
Vetiver/Howling Rain split 7”
Waylon Jennings/Sanford Clark Zia Presents:  Audio 7” (songs that were originally on Ramco Records in 1967)
Wild Feathers  Got it Wrong 7”
Williams, Hank  The Garden Spot Programs 1950 EP
Williams, James & Carolyn Wonderland (featuring the Stooges and Mike Watt)  Open Up and Bleed b/w Gimme Some Skin (Red Vinyl, 1000 copies)
Wray, Link (Slinky b/w Rendezvous) (Sundazed)
Zappa, Frank  Don’t Eat the Yellow Snow 7”

10” RECORDS (taken from www.new-vinyl.blogspot.com)
Creedence Clearwater Revival The ‘69 Singles 10”
Ghoul Hang Ten
Machine Head  Killers & Kings (Demo) b/w Our Darkest Days (Ignite Cover)
Set Your Goals Reset Demo 10th Anniversary Edition Coke Bottle Clear vinyl
Soundgarden Superunknown—The Singles (5×10” set)
Veruca Salt 10”

12” SINGLES (taken from www.new-vinyl.blogspot.com)
Ammons, Albert  Boogie Woogie Stomp 12”
Art of Noise—Live at the End of a Century Picture Disc (3 live tracks at Coachella in 1999)
Black Heart Processions/Solbakken In the Fishtank 11 (Silver Vinyl)
Black Milk Glitches in the Break EP
Cults Upstairs at United Volume 10 EP (5000 copies)
Die Kreuzen Cows and Beer (12”, colored vinyl, comes with comic book)
Fang/Symbol Six 45RPM single sided split 12” (400 copies)
Fix  Vengeance / Jan’s Rooms  (signed/numbered on Touch & Go)
Fucked Up Year of the Dragon
Howlin’ Brothers Sun Studio Sessions EP
Isaacs, Gregory Mr. Know it All 12”
Jon Spencer Blues Explosion She’s On It / Jack the Ripper (Live mashup of Beastie Boys and Link Wray songs)
Joy Division  An Ideal for Living 12” EP
Lewis, Meade Lux   Melancholy 12”
Helen Marnie (Ladytron lead singer) The Hunter Remixed 12” Clear Vinyl (500 copies only)
Paramore  Ain’t It Fun 12”
Porcupine I See Sound EP (500 copies only)
Public Image Ltd  Death Disco/Warrior (US Dance Mix) 12”
Ramones  Meltdown with the Ramones EP
Rush, Bobby Upstairs at United Volume 11 (EP) (5000 copies)

LP RECORDS (taken from www.new-vinyl.blogspot.com)
A Minor Forest:  Flemsih Altruism/Inindependence (4LP set)
Alanis Morissette Live at Montreux 2012 (140g 2LP)
Alice Cooper Live at Montreux 2005 (140g 2LP White Vinyl)
Alvarius B / Sir Richard Bishop If You Don’t Like It…Stop Split LP
Alvin, Dave and Phil Alvin:  Songs from Common Ground LP
Anamanaguchi Scott Pilgram vs. The World (Videogame Soundtrack)
Bachman & Turner Live at Roseland Ballroom, NYC (140g 2LP)
Bardo Pond Looking for Another Place
Bathory Blood Fire Death (Picture Disc)
Bathory Hammerheart (Picture Disc)
Bathory Bathory (Picture Disc)
Bathory The Return of Darkness (Picture Disc)
Bathory Under the Sign of Black (Picture Disc)
Bathory Twilight of the Gods (Picture Disc)
Beltones On Deaf Ears (2000 copies from TKO Records)
Berry, Matt  Music for Insomniacs Part IV
Bis Data Panik Etcetera 180g White Vinyl
Black Angels Indigo Rainbow outtakes (7 songs that didn’t make Indigo + 4 new songs)
Black Crowes Warpaint (140g White Vinyl 3LP on Rock Classics label)
Bloodlet Live on WFMU (1000 copies on colored vinyl)
Botch Unifying Themes Redux
Bradley, Charles I Hope You Find the Good Life
Brown, Danny Hot Soup 2LP + 7”
Brown, Hollis Get’s Loaded (Velvet Underground Covers—500 copies on starburst vinyl)
Bugg, Jake  Live at Silver Platters 1/20/14 LP
Built to Spill  Ultimate Alternative Wavers (Gold Vinyl)
Byrds Straight for the Sun (140g White Vinyl 2LP)
Cardinal  Cardinal LP
Carter, Clarence  Slip Away (The Ultimate Clarence Carter 1966-1971) 2LP
Chandler, Dillard The End of an Old Song (1000 copies)
Chapman, Michael  Playing Guitar the Easy Way (Blue Vinyl)
Cooke, Sam Ain’t That Good News (50th Anniversary LP)
Corduroy London England Live
Death Cab for Cutie Live 2012 2LP
Deerhoof and Marc Ribot Ceramic Dog split 7”
Deep Purple  Shades of Purple
Devo Live at Max’s Kansas City 11/15/77 (2000 copies)
Doors, The  Weird Scenes Inside the Goldmine 2LP
Dresden Dolls   The Dresden Dolls 2LP
Duff McKagan Sick (140g Purple 2LP)
Elastica s.t
Emperor IX Equilibrium (140g Clear Vinyl 2LP)
ESG:  Dance to the Best of ESG (3LP)
Everly Brothers  Roots LP
Fairport Convention From Cropredy to Protmeirion (140g 2LP)
Fairport Convention Meet on the Ledge—Live at Broughton Castle
Fairport Convention XXXV—The 35th Anniversary Album
Fear of Men Loom Deluxe 2 toned color edition
Fidenco, Nico Emanuelle Perche’ Violenza Alle Donne (Death Waltz) LP
Field From Here We Go Sublime 180g 2LP + CD
Fishbone LP (Remastered on Red Vinyl with bonus track from Say Anything soundtrack.  1000 copies only)
Grateful Dead  Live at the Coliseum 2LP
Green Day Demolicious
Half Japanese Volume #1—1981-1987
Hathaway, Donnie  Live at the Bitter End 2LP
Hawkwind Church of Hawkwind (180g Clear Vinyl 2LP)
Heavens to Betsy  Calculated LP
Hess, David Last House on the Left Picture Disc (1500 copies, each hand-numbered)
Husker Du  Candy Apple Grey LP
Ice-T  Greatest Hits LP
Idle Race  Birthday Party LP
Inspiral Carpets Dung 4 LP (UK/EU RSD Exclusive)
J. Spaceman/Kid Millions Live at Le Poisson Rouge LP (3000 copies)
Jacob Fried Jazz Odyssey Millions Live in Denver
Jay-Z/Linkin Park Collision Course LP
Jethro Tull Live in Switzerland 2003 (140g Clear Vinyl 3LP)
Jones, Glenn  Welcomed Wherever I Go
Jones, Sharon & The Dap-Kings  Dap-Dippin’ (Remastered)
July  S/T (late 60’s prog rock)
Kalinich, Stephen John    A World of Peace Must Come (Colored vinyl LP)
Lemonheads:  If Only You Were Dead (bonus tracks from recent reissues)
Mae  Destination: Beautiful (Blue/Gold Vinyl)
Man Man  The Man in Turban with Blue Face
Mansell, Clint  In the Wall (Death Waltz) LP
Mastodon Live at Brixton 2LP + DVD
McCarty, Jim (Yardbirds)  Frontman 2LP (180g Blue vinyl—numbered edition of 1000.  First time on vinyl)
Miller, Jenks / James toth Roads to Ruin split LP
Moles, The:  Flashbacks and Dream Sequences—The Story of the Moles
Motorhead Motorhead (180g White Vinyl 2LP)
Motorhead What’s Words Worth (Live 1978) (180g Red vinyl)
Neil Young Cow Palace 1986
Notorious BIG—Live After Death 3LP
‘O’ Level   Pseudo Punk Lp
Oh Sees, The  Drop LP
One Man Army  Dead End Stories (Red Vinyl)
Oneohtrix Point Never   Commissions 1
Onyeabor, William  What?  LP
Opeth Watershed
Pantera  Far Beyond Driven 2LP
Pagans  What’s This Shit?  1977/1979 LP
Paranorman OST (Picture Disc) Mondo
Parsons, Gram Alternate Takes from GP and Grievous Angel 2LP
Pastorius, Jaco Modern American Music…Period!  The Criteria Sessions LP
Pinback  Pinback (1st Record)
Piovani, Nicola  L Profumo Della Signora In Nero (Death Waltz) LP
Psychic TV The Fabulous Feat Ov Flowering Light (140g 2LP Red Vinyl)
Psychic TV Hacienda (140g Red Vinyl 2LP)
Psychic TV Live at Thee Marquee (140g Red Vinyl 2LP)
Rainbow Rockplast 195—Black Masquerade (140g Red Vinyl 3LP)
Red Temple Spirits  Dancing to Restore An Eclipsed Moon 2LP (500 copies only)
Red Temple Spirits  If Tomorrow I Were Leaving for Lhasa, I Wouldn’t Stay a Minute More LP (500 copies)
Redding, Otis  Pain in My Heart LP
Richey, Kim:  Thorn in My Heart:  The Work Tapes
Rizzati, Walter 1990:  Guerrieri Del Bronx aka The Bronx Warriors (Death Waltz) LP
Robotnick, Alexander Vintage Robotnicks LP
Scharpling & Wurster “Rock, Rot and Rule” 1000 copies on Red Vinyl
Screeming Trees Last Words LP
Scott-Heron, Gil  Nothing New LP
Shooting Guns  Brotherhood of the Ram (500 only on colored vinyl)
Sick of it All Death to Tyrants (Tri-color vinyl)
Souleyman, Omar  Jazeera Nights  Folk & Pop Lp
Soundtrack—Far Cry 3:  Blood Dragon (Invada Records)
Soundtrack—Italian Job (Quincy Jones)
Soundtrack—Muppet Movie
Spacemen 3 Translucent Flashbacks
Stace, Wesley  Ovid In Exile
Surfer Blood Pythons “punk edition”
Taylor, Roger Fun on Earth 2LP (Picture Disc)
Testament Live in London (180g Red Vinyl 2LP)
Timbuktu, Imarhan  Akai Waried 180g LP
Tucker, Alexander   Alexander Tucker LP
Twilight Sad Fourteen Autumns & Fifteen Winters (Deluxe Reissue LP with Demos and Rarities….may be UK/EU RSD exclusive and not in the US)
Suburban Mutilation The Opera Ain’t Over Til the Fat Lady Sings (30th Anniversary Remastered version on Red Vinyl, 1000 copies only)
Teenage Filmstars  There’s A Cloud Over Liverpool LP
Teeth of the Sea  A Field In England:  Re-imagined (Red vinyl LP)
True Widow True Widow 2LP (Cream Vinyl—340 copies only)
Van Pelt Imaginary Third LP
Various Artists—Non Violent Femmes (LP Comp of Violent Femmes tracks sung by all female fronted bands)
Various Artists If 2.0 (NINJA TUNE)
Various Artists Electroconvulsive Therapy Volume 2 LP
Various Artists Live from High Fidelity:  The Best of the Podcast Performances
Various Artists  South Side Story NUMERO GROUP release (features 13 tracks from Chicago’s South Side, some unreleased) (1000 copies)
Various Artists  In Utero, In Tribute, In Entirety (Nirvana tribute on Robotic Empire featuring Circa Survive, Thurdsay, Ceremony, These Arms are Snakes, Daughters, Whirr, Young Widows, Jay Reatard and more) LP
Various Artists Bob Dylan & The Band’s Basement Tapes Influences (140g 2LP)
Whirlwind Heat Do Rabbits Wonder? LP (12 different colors available)
Wreckless Eric:  Le Beat Group Electrique
Xiu Xiu:  There is No Right, There is No Right (Best of Xiu Xiu) 2LP
Yardbirds  Little Game Lp
Zoumbas, Alexis A Lament for Epirus 1926-1928 LP
BOXSETS (Both 7” and LP) taken from www.new-vinyl.blogspot.com
Bolan, Marc at the BBC Electric Sevens Part 2 (4×7” boxset)
Dinosaur Jr.  Visitors (5×7” + book) from NUMERO GROUP!  (1st 4 7” singles with the 5th 7” featuring Show Me The Way b/w Feel A Whole Lot Better (Byrds cover) + book of Maura Jasper unused artwork from the period of 85-90 (5000 copies)
Gilson, Jef et Malagasy Gilson et Malagasy 5LP box
Insomnium The Candlelight Years (180g 7LP box w/each LP on different colors)
LCD Soundsystem (5LP box)
Minus 5—-Scott the Hoopie in the Dungeon of Horror, 5LP box (500 copies only—-features Scott McCaughey, Peter Buck, Jeff Tweedy of Wilco and many other guests)
REM Unplugged (4LP Box)
Sex Pistols  Never Mind the Bollocks (7×7” Boxset)
Young, Neil  Official Release Series Discs 5-8 (4LP 180g Box)

The Space Project
Fat Possum
RSD 4/19/14
7” Box Set

A: Porcelain Raft, “Giove”  – 03:26
B: The Antlers, “Jupiter”  –  05:54

A: Mutual Benefit “Terraform”  – 04:13
B: Anna Meredith “Miranda” – 03:35

Neptune : 
A: Spiritualized Mississippi Space Program “Always Forgetting With You (Mercury’s Out Tonight)” – 06:08
B. The Holydrug Couple “Amphitrites Lost” – 04:30

Uranus :
A: Youth Lagoon “Worms” – 04:35
B:  Blues Control “Blues Danube”  – 06:10

A: Beach House “Saturn Song”  – 04:33
B: Zomes “Moonlet”  – 06:03

A: Absolutely Free “EARTH I ” – 04:37
B: Jesu “Song of Earth”  – 04:43

A: Benoit & Sergio “Long Neglected Words”  – 03:49
B: Larry Gus “Sphere of Io (For Georg Cantor)”  – 04:47

A Panic! at the Disco Musical in the Works?


If you ever thought that A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out would make a killer musical then you weren’t alone.

Recently, it was revealed that there might be a Panic! at the Disco influenced musical in the works. According to sources, the musical would not only feature songs from their hit debut album, but from all their album (yes, even the unfortunate Vices & Virtue).

The synopsis of the story is the following:

“PANIC! is a rough-edged new musical based on the songs of the American rock band Panic! At The Disco. PANIC! The Musical tells the story of Andi Witko, a naive teenager on the verge of rebellion after meeting bad boy Oliver Murphy. The musical features songs from all four studio albums, including hits such as: “I Write Sins, Not Tragedies,” “Lying is the Most Fun A Girl Can Have Without Taking Her Clothes Off,” “Ready to Go,” “This Is Gospel,” etc.

PANIC! will be directed by Alexis Acar, with choreography by Evan Lovelace featuring arrangements and musical direction by Brandon Austin and Craig Petrocelli”

At the moment, it seems that no one associated with the band have commented about this potential musical. If it is to go forward then there is a change that we will be hearing more about it in the near future; until then, we just wait.

As for Panic!, they are currently scheduled to perform on FOX’s New Year’s Eve Live with Mario Lopez as the host while Brendon Urie had the honor to perform in honor of Billy Joel the piano man’s hit song, “Big Shot” at The Kennedy Center Honors this past weekend. As for the near future, the band is slated to begin touring in support of their recent release, Too Weird to Live, Too Rare to Die in the new year.

So tell us, Panic! at the Disco musical? Yay or nay?