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Sonic Youth Evol Vinyl reissue of the third studio album from the iconic alternative, garage-rockers Sonic Youth. Originally released in 1986. Goofin LP
Sonic Youth Bad Moon Rising Vinyl reissue of the second studio album from the iconic alternative, garage-rockers Sonic Youth. Originally released in 1985. Goofin LP
Sonic Youth Battery Park, NYC: July 4th 2008 Recorded at Battery Park NYC’s River to River Festival on July 4th 2008, this now classic Sonic Youth set features totemic live versions of career spanning tracks such as ‘The Sprawl’, ‘Schizophrenia’ and ‘Bull In The Heather’. Initially only available with preorders of 2009’s ‘The Eternal’, this incredible live document has been made available again on vinyl a decade after its original release. Matador LP
Sonic Youth I Wanna Be Your Dog: Rare Tracks 1989-1995 Compiling rare TV appearances from 1989-1995, I Wanna Be Your Dog is a crucial document of one of the States' greatest indie-rock exports of the last 4 decades. Formed in New York in 1981, Sonic Youth have been the definition of hip for longer than most current alt-rockers have even been alive. This collection brings together live TV versions of tracks from classic albums like Daydream Nation, Dirty, Confusion is Sex, and Goo, as well as rare singles, cover versions, and even a freestyle with Thurston Moore, Beck, and Mike D of The Beastie Boys. Crucial live rarities from these all-time NYC indie heroes. TV PARTY CD | LP
Sonic Youth T-shirt: Goo A T-shirt from the legendary garage-rockers Sonic Youth, featuring artwork from their sixth full length album Goo that was originally released in 1990. The text reads: 'I stole my sister's boyfriend. It was all whirlwind, heat, and flash. Within a week we killed my parents and hit the road'.
Sonic Youth Rather Ripped Expected 15th July180gram vinyl reissue of Sonic Youth's Rather Ripped "Rather Ripped", was recorded through the waning hours of 2005 into the dawn sunshine of 2006 at the venerable Sear Sound Studios in NYC's fading theater district. Mixed at Sear Sound and at Hoboken, NJ's Water Music by the golden ear of John Agnello, the album exhibits SY in positive vibration mode. "Rather Ripped" features twelve songs of forward motion and harmonic / melodic surprise with vocals shared by the frontline of Thurston Moore, Kim Gordon and Lee Ranaldo with Steve Shelley gluing the rhythms to the floorboards. The band bursts out of the barn with "Incinerate", contemplates holy war mind games on "Do You Believe In Rapture?" and keeps cruising strong through track after track of risk-laden rock, finally floating away with the curious "Or". This is a straight-up Sonic Youth field on fire, with a compact potency of rock'n'roll enlightenment. Rather ripped, indeed. UMC LP