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Artist: DOUGLAS, CHARLES
Title: The Burdens Of Genius
Format: LP
Label: Mono-Tone
Country: France
Price: $19.00
"First vinyl reissue of Charles Douglass The Burdens Of Genius, originally released in 1998. "The best New York record youve never heard!" Had it not been for bad timing, mental illness, rampant drug abuse, and a penchant for burning bridges, Charles Douglas might be thought of today as a songwriter on par with Stephen Malkmus, Beck, Daniel Johnston, Robert Pollard, and other members of the indie-rock aristocracy. Playing all the instruments himself, recording in the basement of his parents house in Allentown, Pennsylvania, his songs range from gleeful stoner anthems to deranged anti-folk to noisy pop to lo-fi bubblegum. Following a reissue of The Lives Of Charles Douglas in 2011, which features Maureen Tucker on drums, this first time on vinyl reissue should mark the world rediscovery of Charles Douglass genius!" - Mono-Tone.

Artist: LES RALLIZES DENUDES
Title: Live 77 Tachikawa
Format: Double LP
Label: Mono-Tone
Country: France
Price: $29.00
"Mono-Tone Records present a reissue of Les Rallizes Dénudéss historic performance from 1977 in Tachikawa. This double LP has everything Les Rallizes Dénudés are known for - ear piercing feedback, languid guitar strumming, wild reverberated solos, lurid volume, blasé vocals, and unbelievable intensity, combined for a total sensory assault. Revolutionary and psychedelic, the unlikely meeting of The Velvet Underground and the Japanese Red Army, Les Rallizes Dénudés are among the earliest and most outer Japanese psyche/noise rocknroll bands who existed." - Mono-Tone.

Artist: PEEL, DAVID & DEATH
Title: King of Punk
Format: LP
Label: Mono-Tone
Country: France
Price: $19.00
“King of Punk is the ultra-cult LP from 1978 by Lower East Side provocateur David Peel, the missing link between tribal-folk-skronk (Fugs, Godz, etc), 70s street rock, and nihilist-squat punk. Featuring irresistible choruses over walls of fuzz and caveman chords repeating ad infinitum in a primal call to a stone-age god. Backed by fifteen rhythm guitar players, nearly as many bass players? and a cowbell. Lyrics so outrageous & over the top, music so loud that you have to hear it to believe it. Peel, who shared 60s stages with John Lennon & Yoko Ono, The Stooges, and MC5, and had a small hit with "I Like Marijuana" and released albums in the 70s such as The Pope Smokes Dope and The American Revolution, decides to out-punk the punks in 70s New York City and show The Ramones, The Dictators or The Dead Boys who the King of Punk really is! And all the while answers (in 11 minutes) the pressing question: "Who Killed Brian Jones?!”” - Mono-Tone.

Artist: PRIZU, NICK
Title: Nick Prizu
Format: LP
Label: Mono-Tone
Country: France
Price: $19.00
"Like illegitimate sons of the Panther Burns and the Del Monas, sounding like the infamous Blousons Noirs (Frances Hasil Adkins or the Shaggs) produced by a drugged Alex Chilton in his Like Flies era (1979). One foot in the (late) 50s and the other in the (early) 60s and certainly none in the 90s, these tapes were recorded in a single wild, loose, and drunken session. 25 years later, the world at last can hear Nick Prizu in all its blazing glory and rock n roll savagery. The perfect music for an old John Waters movie, the immaculate soundtrack of a flaming life. First time on vinyl." - Mono-Tone.

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