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Morphine - Good (Expanded Edition)
Good (Expanded Edition)
2LP | 2019 | US | Original (Run Out Groove)
51,99 €*
Release:2019 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
New expanded 2LP edition includes previously unreleased alternates, demos and live tracks licensed from the Sandman estate

Re-mastered for maximum fidelity and sourced from the original masters with lacquers cut at Sam Phillips Recording Studio

Pressed on double 180g black vinyl and comes in a deluxe gatefold tip-on style sleeve with updated liner notes from producer Paul Kolderie and mastering engineer/co-producer Pete Weiss One of the most unique, original and unusual rock bands to burst onto the alternative scene in the 90s, Morphine was originally formed by vocalist/bassist Mark Sandman, saxophonist Dana Colley and drummer Jerome Deupree (later replaced by Billy Conway) in Cambridge, Mass in 1989. They expertly combined blues, jazz and rock elements into a very distinct style, anchored by Sandman’s deep, crooning, beat-style vocals. Rather than having an electric guitar as the focal point like most rock bands, the trio’s sound was built around Sandman’s two-string electric bass (often deployed with a slide) and Colley’s growling, baritone sax which was dubbed as “low-rock.” The band enjoyed critical acclaim but saw mixed results commercially. They did enjoy higher profile success overseas, especially in Belgium, Portugal, France and Australia where they were featured on music television programming frequently and filled much larger venues. After five studio albums and extensive touring, Morphine disbanded after Mark tragically died of a heart attack performing on stage at the Giardini del Principe in Palestrina, Italy. Surviving members have soldiered on in various incarnations, the most recent being the Vapors of Morphine.

'Good' is the first album recorded by Morphine and was originally released on the Accurate label in 1992 and then re-released by Rykodisc in 1993. Run Out Groove’s deluxe 2LP expanded edition includes a bonus LP of alternates, live and demo tracks licensed from the Mark Sandman Estate.
Machine Head - Burn My Eyes Colored Vinyl Edition
Machine Head
Burn My Eyes Colored Vinyl Edition
2LP | 1994 | US | Reissue (Run Out Groove)
46,99 €*
Release:1994 / US – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Preorder available from 02.10.2020
The first vinyl reissue in over 5 years
Expanded to include bonus tracks making their debut on vinyl
Remastered, pressed on colored vinyl and comes in deluxe packaging

Machine Head is an American heavy metal band from Oakland formed in 1991 by vocalist/ guitarist Robb Flynn and bassist Adam Duce. They are considered one of the pioneering bands in the new wave of American heavy metal and part of the second wave of thrash metal bands from the 1990s. Flynn and Duce recruited guitarist Logan Mader and drummer Tony Costanza to form the band. They recorded a demo in a friends bedroom for $800. An executive from Roadrunner listened to the demo and signed the band to the label. They entered Fantasy Studios in Berkeley to record their debut album, Burn My Eyes, which showcased a groove metal and thrash approach similar to bands like Pantera and Exhorder. Not long into production, Costanza left the band and was replaced by Chris Kontos. Most of the songs on the album were written by Flynn and Duce during the time Flynn was not in the band, about being pissed off from his previous struggles in the band Vio-lence, as well as both of their battles with drugs.

Produced by Colin Richardson, the album was released on August 9, 1994. The album shipped 400,000 copies worldwide, becoming Roadrunners best-selling debut album. Allmusic reviewer John Franck stated, Burn My Eyes is a bone- shattering exercise in brutality. Not long after the debut was released, they started touring heavily in support of the album, opening for Slayer in Europe in the latter half of 1994, a tour which ended with their own headline show at the London Astoria. Following the success of the support tour, the band returned to Europe for a headline tour in early 1995, performing in the same venues they opened for Slayer. The band returned to Europe for the summer festival season but Kontos refused to tour so Walter Ryan was used for festival dates. Kontos was eventually fired and moved on to play with Testament, and was replaced by Dave McClain. The bands first four albums earned them a growing fan base in Europe, however the band would not find success in the US until later releases.

Machine Head has released nine studio albums, two live albums, one video album, 13 singles and 15 music videos. Four of the bands studio albums have been certified silver in the UK, and the bands highest peak on the Billboard 200 came with Bloodstone & Diamonds at number 21. As of 2013, the band has sold over three million records worldwide. The bands current line up consists of Flynn, bassist Jared MacEachern, guitarist Wac?aw Kie?tyka and drummer Matt Alston. Duce, guitarists Logan Mader, Ahrue Luster, and Phil Demmel, and drummers Tony Costanza, Chris Kontos and Dave McClain are former members. Mader and Kontos are currently touring with the band as part of the 25th anniversary for Burn My Eyes.
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