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1. Primus and the Chocolate Factory
2. Songs
John Fullbright
3. 5: The Gray Chapter
4. Down Where the Spirit Meets the Bone
Lucinda Williams
5. Songs of Innocence
6. Standing in the Breach
Jackson Browne
7. You Can't Stop Me
Suicide Silence
8. Sylvan Esso
Sylvan Esso
9. From the Ground Up
John Fullbright
10. This is All Yours

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October 27th, 2014


LZ_IV_HOTH_(950x950)_black_streetAt The Record Exchange, you give a little, you get a little, and we have tons of free stuff to give away when you slap your dirty money down on the barrelhead.



• 7″x7″ poster, Large button, button pack and lanyard with purchase of Led Zeppelin‘s Led Zeppelin IV or Houses of the Holy reissues!

• Limited-edition numbered lithograph with purchase of The Afghan Whigs Gentlemen at 21 reissue!

• Lithograph with purchase of Obituary‘s Inked in Blood!


• Patch with purchase of Exodus’ Blood In, Blood Out.

• Large lithograph with purchase of Weezer‘s Everything Will Be Alright in the End.
• Bonus CD with purchase of Sixx AM‘s Modern Vintage.
• Goodie pack (patch, sticker, koozie, key chain and button) with purchase of The Rural Alberta Advantage‘s Mended With Gold.

• Rolling papers with purchase of Electric Wizard‘s Time to Die.

• Pennant flag with purchase of The Drums’ Encyclopedia.

• Lithograph and dropcard (with access to exclusive online content) with purchase of Aphex Twin‘s Syro.
• Lithograph with purchase of The Smashing Pumpkins’ Adore Deluxe Edition.

• Lithograph with purchase of any George Harrison reissue title.

• Lenticular poster with purchase of Lecrae‘s Anomaly.

• Promotional booklet and autographed CD card with purchase of Banks’ Gossip.

• Bonus remix CD and sticker set with purchase of Odesza‘s In Return – only 750 made!

• Window cling with purchase of the Grateful Dead‘s Wake Up to Find Out.

 • Lithograph with purchase of Dry the River‘s Alarms in the Heart.

• Patch with purchase of Wovenwar‘s Wovenwar.

• Poster with purchase of the Allman Brothers Band‘s 1971 Fillmore East Recordings.

• Patch with purchase of Jenny Lewis’ Voyager.

• Lithograph with purchase of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young‘s CSNY 1974.

• Bottle opener keychain with purchase of Seether‘s Isolate and Medicate!

• Button pack with purchase of Linkin Park‘s Hunting Party.

• Bonus CD featuring live and studio tracks with purchase of Umphrey’s McGee‘s Similar Skin.

• Turntable slipmat with purchase of any Blue Note Records 75th anniversary vinyl reissue.
• Guitar pick with purchase of Rich Robinson‘s The Ceaseless Sight.

• 7″ x 7″ lithographs with purchase of the Led Zeppelin I, II and III reissues.

• Double-sided lithograph with purchase of Soundgarden‘s Superunknown deluxe edition (various CD and vinyl formats).

• Lithograph with purchase of R.E.M.‘s Unplugged: The Complete 1991 and 2001 Sessions.

• Lithograph with purchase of The DoorsWeird Scenes Inside the Gold Mine.

• 24″ x 18″ print with purchase of Ronnie James Dio‘s This is Your Life.

• Rare 7-inch with purchase of Tune-Yards’ Nikki Nack.

• Lithograph with purchase of the Pixies’ Indie Cindy.

• Bottle opener necklace with purchase of Breathe Carolina‘s Savages.

• Lithograph with purchase of Band of Skulls’ Himalayan.

• Art print with purchase of Liars’ Mess.

• Patch, button and lithograph with purchase of Real Estate‘s Atlas.

• Limited edition lithograph with purchase of Beck‘s Morning Phase.

• Limited edition lithograph with purchase of The Fray‘s Helios.

• Limited-edition 9″x9″ lithograph with purchase of Neil Finn‘s Dizzy Heights.

• Lithograph with purchase of The Augustines’ The Augustines.

• 7-inch with purchase of Quilt‘s Held in Splendor.

• U.S. Albums CD sampler, tote bag and lithograph with purchase of any Beatles U.S. album reissue.

• 7-inch with purchase of Mogwai‘s Rave Tapes.

• 7-inch featuring two exclusive tracks with purchase of Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings’ Give the People What They Want.

• Art print with purchase of Peter Gabriel‘s And I’ll Scratch Yours (pictured).

• Lithograph with purchase of Donny Hathaway‘s Never My Love: The Anthology.

• Christmas ornament with purchase of Nick Lowe‘s Quality Street.
• Limited edition lithograph (from Electric Fetus’ release party in-store) with purchase of Polica‘s Shulamith.

• Postcard set with purchase of The Head and the Heart‘s Let’s Be Still.

• 7-inch and lithograph with purchase of Cage the Elephant‘s Melophobia.

• 7-inch and signed poster with purchase of Austin Lucas Stay Reckless.

• Limited edition tour poster with purchase of Sleigh Bells’ Bitter Rivals.

• Autographed lithograph with purchase of Turin BrakesWe Were Here.

• Button with purchase of The Devil Wears Prada‘s 8.18.
• Limited edition 12×12 lithograph with purchase of The Clash‘s The Clash Hits Back (2CD), 5 Studio Album CD Set or Sound System Box Set.
• Limited edition lithograph with purchase of Sly and the Family Stone‘s Higher.
• Autographed poster with purchase of Tim Easton‘s Not Cool.
• Lithograph with purchase of Tedeschi Trucks Band‘s Made Up Mind.
• Lithograph with purchase of The Civil Wars’ The Civil Wars.
• Lithograph with purchase of Norma Jean‘s Wrongdoers.
• Lithograph with purchase of Volto!‘s Incitare.
• Comic book with purchase of Ghostface Killah‘s Twelve Reasons to Die: The Brown Tape.
• 12″ x 12″ lithograph with purchase of Smashing Pumpkins’ The Aeroplane Flies High Deluxe Edition.
• 12″ x 12″ glossy lithograph with purchase of The National‘s Trouble Will Find Me.
• Ultra-limited edition lithograph with purchase of Pet Shop BoysElectric.
• Patch with purchase of BattlecrossWar of Will.
• Large lithograph with purchase of Empire of the Sun‘s Ice on the Dune.
• Vinyl flexi-disc and lithograph with purchase of Surfer Blood‘s Pythons.
• Lithograph with purchase of Jimmy Eat World‘s Damage.
• Limited edition poster with purchase of Filter‘s The Sun Comes Out Tonight.
• Limited edition poster with purchase of Portugal. The Man‘s Evil Friends.
• Original (not reproduced) 1989 tour program with purchase of R.E.M.‘s Green 25th Anniversary Edition.
• Poster with purchase of Kings of Leon‘s Complete Albums Collection.
• 19″ x 25″ lithograph with purchase of Phoenix‘s Bankrupt!
• Comic book with purchase of Ghostface Killah‘s Adrian Younge Presents
Twelve Reasons to Die Starring Ghostface Killah.
• Red colored vinyl 7-inch (with exclusive track) with purchase of Yeah Yeah Yeahs Mosquito.
• Silkscreen litho with purchase of Dawes’ Stories Don’t End.
• Lithograph with purchase of Volbeat‘s Outlaw Gentlemen and Shady Ladies.
• Signed poster with purchase of ExodusExhibit B: The Human Condition.
• Bonus CD with purchase of Low‘s The Invisible Way.
• Lithograph with purchase of Clutch‘s Earth Rocker.
• Lithograph with purchase of Sound City: Real to Reel (CD, vinyl, DVD or Blu-ray).
• CD EP with purchase of Biffy Clyro‘s Opposites.
• 18″x24″ color poster with purchase of Youth Lagoon‘s Wondrous Bughouse.
• 7-inch featuring two exclusive tracks with purchase of Psychic Ills’ One Track Mind.
• Silkscreened lithograph with purchase of Eels’ Wonderful, Glorious.
• Lithograph with download code for bonus tracks with purchase of Jim JamesRegions of Light and Sound of God.

• 7-inch (includes exclusive track) with purchase of Ra Ra Riot‘s Beta Love.

• Limited-edition lithograph with purchase of Voivod‘s Target Earth.
• Sheet music with purchase of Christopher Owens’ Lysandre.
• 7″ x 7″ litho with purchase of Green Day‘s Tre!
• Lithograph with purchase of Rage Against the Machine‘s Rage Against the Machine XX (20th Anniversary).
• Poster and button set with purchase of Led Zeppelin‘s Celebration Day.
• 7-inch with purchase of RNDM‘s Acts.
• Lithograph with purchase of Jamey Johnson‘s Livin’ for a Song: A Tribute to Hank Cochran.

• Instrumental CD version of the soundtrack with purchase of The Man with the Iron Fist OST (not the score, but instrumentals of the songs on the soundtrack).

• Color lithograph with purchase of Peter Gabriel‘s So 25th Anniversary Edition.

• Lithograph and sticker set with purchase of Green Day‘s Uno!

• 7-inch with purchase of Aimee Mann‘s Charmer.

• Aces companion CD with purchase of The Helio Sequence‘s Negotiations.

• 7-inch with purchase of Two Door Cinema Club‘s Beacon.

• Glow in the dark poster with purchase of Blaqk Audio‘s Bright Black Heaven.

• 12″x12″ lithograph with purchase of Gotye‘s Making Mirrors.

• Foil poster with purchase of Animal Collective‘s Centipede Hz.

• Color lithograph with purchase of IncubusHQ Live.

• Button pack and autographed CD booklet with purchase of The HivesLex Hives.• Limited edition poster with purchase of Heart‘s Strange Euphoria box set.

• Limited-edition print with purchase of Sigur RosValtari.

• Color litho with purchase of Beach House‘s Bloom.

• Extremely limited mylar poster with purchase of Madonna‘s MDNA.

• Color lithograph with purchase of The Mars Volta‘s Noctourniquet.

• Large color lithograph with purchase of White RabbitsMilk Famous.

• Large color poster (designed through a fan contest) with purchase of the Robert Glasper Experiment‘s Black Radio.

• Large color lithograph with purchase of The Little WilliesFor the Good Times.

• 11×17 color poster with purchase of Disturbed‘s The Lost Children.

• 7-inch (“This City”/”Saturday Night Again”) with purchase of Patrick Stump‘s Soul Punk.

• Autographed lithograph with purchase of Mason JenningsMinnesota.

• 7-inch with purchase of Dum Dum GirlsOnly in Dreams.

• Lithograph with purchase of Kasabian‘s Velociraptor.

• Lithograph with purchase of We Are AugustinesRise Ye Sunken Ships.

• Color lithograph with purchase of Drive-By TruckersUgly Buildings, Whores and Politicians: Greatest Hits 1998-2009.

• Lithograph with purchase of Incubus If Not Now, When?

• Two-sided glossy poster with purchase of Peter Murphy‘s Ninth.

• Limited-edition color lithograph with purchase of Tedeschi Trucks Band‘s Revelator.

• Many more — just ask an RX clerk!

October 26th, 2014


Here’s a quick look at the bright and shiny new releases this week at The Record Exchange:


Led Zeppelin – IV (2CD reissue and deluxe box set with unreleased material)

Led Zeppelin – Houses of the Holy (2CD reissue with unreleased material)

Taylor Swift – 1989

Yusuf/Cat Stevens – Tell ‘Em I’m Gone

Flaming Lips and Fwends – With a Little Help From My Friends

The Who – The Who Hits 50! (deluxe edition also available)

Paul McCartney – New Collector’s Edition (2CD/1DVD)

Jerry Lee Lewis – Rock & Roll Time

Daniel Lanois – Flesh and Machine

Misfits – Horror Xmas

Misfits – Project 1950

Obituary – Inked in Blood (deluxe edition also available)

Run the Jewels – Run the Jewels 2

Black Veil Brides – Black Veil Brides

At the Gates – At War With Reality (deluxe edition also available)

Pianos Become the Teeth – Keep You

Partynextdoor – Partynextdoor Two

Lagwagon – Hang

Negativland – It’s All in Your Head

Underworld – Oblivion with Bells

Underworld – Second Toughest in the Infants

Dave Davies – Rippin’ Up Time

Ray Price – New Place to Begin

Devin Townsend Project – Z (deluxe edition also available)

Dillon Francis – Money Sucks, Friends Rule

Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble – The Complete Epic Albums Collection

Eric Johnson and Mike Stern – Eclectic

Grouper – Ruins

Siouxsie and the Banshees – Peepshow

Siouxsie and the Banshees – Rapture

Siouxsie and the Banshees – Superstition

Suicidal Tendencies – No Mercy: Widespread Bloodshed (Love Runs Red)

Dawnbringer – Night of the Hammer

Gretchen Wilson – Still Here for the Party

Dionne Warwick – Feels So Good

Branford Marsalis – In My Solitude: Live in Concert at Grace Cathedral

Jason Marsalis – 21st Century Trad Band

Leighton Meester – Heartstrings

Radio Riddler – Purple Reggae

Stalley – Ohio

Mike Mictlan – Hella Frreal

Barry Manilow – My Dream Duets

Bessie Jones – Get in Union

Dave Ray – Legacy

Secondhand Serenade – Undefeated

Abysmal Dawn – Obsolescence

Arsis – Diamond for Disease

Anaal Nathrakh – Desideratum

Annihilated – XXIII Steps to Ruination

Necrophagia – White Worm Cathedral

Flight Facilities – Down to Earth

Mystery Skulls – Forever

Giant Squid – Minoans

Sam Hunt – Montevallo

Lily & Madeleine – Fumes

Haerts – Haerts


Led Zeppelin – IV (2LP reissue with unreleased material)

Led Zeppelin – Houses of the Holy (2LP reissue with unreleased material)

Ryan Adams – Vampires

Modest Mouse – This is a Long Drive for Someone With Nothing to Think About

Modest Mouse – White Lies Yellow Teeth / Buttons to Push the Buttons

Flaming Lips and Fwends – With a Little Help From My Friends

Miles Davis – Young Man With a Horn

Iron Maiden – 2 Minutes to Midnight

Iron Maiden – Piece of Mind

Grouper – Ruins

Isis – In the Absence of Truth

Minus the Bear – Planet of Ice

Marble Sky – Marble Sky

Joy Division – Love Will Tear Us Apart

Suicidal Tendencies – No Mercy: Widespread Bloodshed (Love Runs Red) [deluxe edition also available]

Lagwagon – Hang

Frightened Rabbit – Midnight Organ Fight

Bell Gardens – Slow Dawns for Lost Conclusions

Cass McCombs and Meat Puppets – Tour Single

The Field – From Here We Go Sublime

Slash/Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators – World on Fire

John Mayall – Special Life

Thelonious Monk – Genius of Modern Music Volume 1

Hank Mobley – No Room For Squares

Cathedral – Carnival Bizarre

Kylesa – Spiral Shadow

Various Artists – From the Rabbit Hole


October 21st, 2014



Grammy-nominated Americana artist John Fullbright will perform live at The Record Exchange (1105 W. Idaho St.) at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 21. As always, this Record Exchange in-store event is free and all ages. Fullbright is opening for Patty Griffin at the Egyptian Theatre later that evening and we have tickets for sale at the store!


“What’s so bad about happy?” John Fullbright sings on the openfullbrighting track of his new album, ‘Songs.’ It’s a play on the writer’s curse, the notion that new material can only come through heartbreak or depression, that great art is only born from suffering.

“A normal person, if they find themselves in a position of turmoil or grief, they’ll say, ‘I need to get out of this as fast as I can,’” says Fullbright. “A writer will say, ‘How long can I stay in this until I get something good?’ And that’s a bullshit way to look at life,” he laughs.

That plainspoken approach is part of what’s fueled the young Oklahoman’s remarkable rise. It was just two years ago that Fullbright released his debut studio album, ‘From The Ground Up’ to a swarm of critical acclaim. The LA Times called the record “preternaturally self-assured,” while NPR hailed him as one of the 10 Artists You Should Have Known in 2012, saying “it’s not every day a new artist…earns comparisons to great songwriters like Townes Van Zandt and Randy Newman, but Fullbright’s music makes sense in such lofty company.” The Wall Street Journal crowned him as giving one of the year’s 10 best live performances, and the album also earned him the ASCAP Foundation’s Harold Adamson Lyric Award. If there was any doubt that his debut announced the arrival of a songwriting force to be reckoned with, it was put to rest when ‘From The Ground Up’ was nominated for Best Americana Album at the GRAMMY Awards, which placed Fullbright alongside some of the genre’s most iconic figures, including Bonnie Raitt.

“I never came into this with a whole lot of expectations,” says Fullbright. “I just wanted to write really good songs, and with that outlook, everything else is a perk. The fact that we went to LA and played “Gawd Above” in front of a star-studded audience [at the GRAMMY pre-tel concert], never in my life would I have imagined that.”

But for Fullbright, it hasn’t been all the acclaim that means the most to him, but rather his entrance into a community of songwriters whose work he admires.

“When I started out, I was all by myself in a little town in Oklahoma where whatever you wanted, you just made it yourself,” he explains. “I didn’t grow up around musicians or like-minded songwriters, but I grew up around records. One of the most fulfilling things about the last two years is that now I’m surrounded by like-minded people in a community of peers. You don’t feel so alone anymore.”

If there’s a recurring motif that jumps out upon first listen to ‘Songs,’ it’s the act of writing, which is one Fullbright treats with the utmost respect. “When I discovered Townes Van Zandt, that’s when I went, ‘You know, this is something to be taken pretty damn seriously,’” says Fullbright. “‘This is nothing to do with business, it has to do with art and identity.’ You can write something that’s going to outlast you, and immortality though song is a big draw.”

But just as important to Fullbright as writing is careful editing. “I can write a first verse and a chorus fairly easily, and it’s important just to document it at the time and come back to it later,” he explains. “That’s the labor, when you really get your tools out and figure out how to craft something that’s worthwhile.”

Fullbright inhabits his songs’ narrators completely, his old-soul voice fleshing out complex characters and subtle narratives with a gifted sense of understatement.

“My songwriting is a lot more economical now,” he explains. “I like to say as much as I can in 2 minutes 50 seconds, and that’s kind of a point of pride for me.”

The arrangements on ‘Songs’ are stripped down to their cores and free of ornamentation. Fullbright’s guitar and piano anchor the record, while a minimalist rhythm section weaves in and out throughout the album. That’s not to say these are simple songs; Fullbright possesses a keen ear for memorable melody and a unique approach to harmony, moving through chord progressions far outside the expected confines of traditional folk or Americana. The performances are stark and direct, though, a deliberate approach meant to deliver the songs in their purest and most honest form.

“I’m a better performer and writer and musician now, and I wanted a record that would reflect that,” he says. “We tracked a lot of it live, just me and a bass player in a room with a few microphones. The basis is a live performance and everything else supports that. I think you just get as much energy and skill as you can into a take, and then start building from there. And what we found is that you don’t have to add too much to that.”

The songs also reflect how drastically Fullbright’s life has changed since the release of ‘From The Ground Up,’ which launched him into a rigorous schedule of international touring. “Going Home” finds him appreciating the simple pleasure of heading back to Oklahoma, which he likens to The Odyssey. “When you’re gone for so long, once you know you’re headed in the right direction to your own bed and your own home, that’s one of the greatest feelings you can have,” he says.

“I Didn’t Know” is a song he premiered live at concert hosted by Emmylou Harris & Rodney Crowell, a story he tells still somewhat incredulously, while “When You’re Here” is a somber piano love song, and “The One That Lives Too Far’ is a raw account of the strain that distance can put on a romantic relationship. “All That You Know,” which features just voice and Wurlitzer, implores listeners to appreciate what’s right in front of them, and the finger-picked “Keeping Hope Alive” is a song of resilience through hard times.

To be sure, ‘Songs’ has its moments of darkness, tracks born from pain and heartbreak, but for a craftsman like Fullbright, there are few greater joys than carving emotion into music, taking a stab at that lofty goal of immortality through song. It makes him—and his fans—happy, and there’s nothing bad about that.

October 20th, 2014


vinyl tuesday poster reduced 475It’s New Release Tuesday, and our new Vinyl Tuesday sale continues this week – customers receive up to $5 in used vinyl* with every $25 in new vinyl purchased all day long every Tuesday!

We’re also hosting a John Fullbright in-store performance at 6 p.m. Tuesday. He’s opening for Patty Griffin at the Egyptian and we’re thrilled he’s playing a set at the RX beforehand. Don’t miss it!

* Must be redeemed at time of purchase. Offer valid during regular business hours (10am-9pm) on Tuesdays only. The Record Exchange will not issue store credit for any unused portion of the Vinyl Tuesday used vinyl bonus.

Here’s a quick look at the bright and shiny new releases this week at The Record Exchange:


Primus – Primus and the Chocolate Factory

Budos Band – Burnt Offering

Annie Lennox – Nostalgia

Neil Diamond – Melody Road

Cold War Kids – Hold My Home

Slipknot – 5: The Gray Chapter

Little Big Town – Pain Killer

Bonobo – The North Borders Tour: Live

Sleater-Kinney – Various Reissues

Scott Walker and Sunn O))) – Soused

Jessie Ware – Tough Love

Horse Feathers – So It Is With Us

Ben Howard – I Forget Where We Are

Jerry Garcia – Garcialive 5: December 31st, 1975 Berkeley, California

Mark Lanegan – Phantom Radio

Aretha Franklin – Sings the Great Diva Classics

Thurston Moore – Best Day

T.I. – Paperwork (deluxe edition also available)

Bush – Man on the Run (deluxe edition also available)

Susan Boyle – Hope

Various Artists – Master Mix: Red Hot + Arthur Russell

Various Artists – This Ain’t No Mouse Music!

Various Artists – Tru Thoughts 15th Anniversary

Kiesza – Sound of a Woman

Blaze Ya Dead Homie – Gang Rags: Reborn

Transit – Joyride

Echosmith – Talking Dreams

Bear’s Den – Islands

Jukebox the Ghost – Jukebox the Ghost

Avid Dancer – I Want to See You Dance

The Men They Couldn’t Hang – Defiant

Rory Gallagher – Irish Tour Special Edition

Rory Block – Hard Luck Child: A Tribute to Skip James

Alice Cooper – Raise the Dead: Live from Wacken

Dennis DeYoung – The Music of Styx Live in Los Angeles

Boyz II Men – Collide

Dan Mintz – The Stranger


Primus – Primus and the Chocolate Factory (numbered indie exclusive white vinyl version also available)

Sleater-Kinney – Various Reissues

Sleater-Kinney – Start Together (box set)

Budos Band – Burnt Offering

Scott Walker and Sunn O))) – Soused

Mineral – Endserenading

Mineral – The Power of Failing

Coheed and Cambria – In Keeping Secrets of Silent Earth: 3

Thurston Moore – Best Day

Mark Lanegan – Phantom Radio

Horse Feathers – So It Is With Us

Nightmares on Wax – Mind Elevation

Nightmares on Wax – Smokers Delight

Of Montreal – The Gay Parade

Slipknot – 5: The Gray Chapter

Circle Jerks – Live at the House of Blues

Jeff the Brotherhood – Dig the Classics

The Lights – Little Machines


Alice Cooper – Raise the Dead: Live from Wacken DVD

Deep Purple with Orchestra – Live in Verona

October 20th, 2014


tennis1. Ritual in Repeat, Tennis
2. Songs of Innocence, U2
3. Art Official Age, Prince
4. Plectrumelectrum, Prince and 3rd Eye Girl
5. You’re Dead, Flying Lotus
6. Hozier, Hozier
7. Standing in the Breach, Jackson Browne
8. Down Where the Spirit Meets the Bone, Lucinda Williams
9. This is All Yours, Alt-J
10. Cheek to Cheek, Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga