David Bowie/Tom Verlaine
"Kingdom Come" 7-inch
Television frontman Tom Verlaine and David Bowie, each performing their own version of "Kingdom Come," one of the best tracks from Verlaine's self-titled 1979 debut album, which Bowie covered on Scary Monsters (and Super Creeps) the following year.
"The Charade"/"1,000 Deaths" 7-inch
If D'Angelo's December 2014 release Black Messiah wasn't the best album to have sex to surprise album in recent memory, I don't know what was. Here are the second and third songs from that wonderful record—"The Charade" b/w "1,000" Deaths.
The Dead Milkmen
Own the fourth album from Philly's best irony-wielding punks for the first time in more than 25 years. Beelzebubba contains the Dead Milkmen classic "Punk Rock Girl," plus 16 other tracks of unhinged satire on topics like trailer parks, jerks with nicer stuff than you, fraternity brothers, and what happens when Ringo Starr gets fed up.
"Fuck the Police" 7-inch
The late, great rapper/producer J Dilla on an especially relevant topic. The record is shaped like a police badge.
Rocky Horror Picture Show
"Time Warp" 10-inch EP
Just imagine how much nerd cred you'd get if you whipped this out during your DJ set. In fact, come to think of it, if I invited you to DJ my party and you didn't play this, I would be pissed. It also contains a karaoke track, thank god.
The Moody EP
Early 1980s polyrhythmic post-punk/art-funk from the Bronx's Scroggins sisters: "Moody" (and the spaced-out edit), "You're No Good," and "UFO," pressed onto three-color (emerald, sapphire, and gold, of course) splatter vinyl.
Bored on the Fourth of July
Four tracks from alt-punk/power-poppers the Lemonheads' John Peel session, recorded July 4, 1989— "Mallo Cup" and "Circle of One" from the album Lick, "Clang Band Clang" from the album Creator, and "(The) Door" from Lovey.
Run the Jewels
"Bust No Moves" EP
Four tracks from El-P and Killer Mike—aka Run the Jewels, aka makers of one of the best albums of 2014, Run the Jewels 2—"Pew Pew Pew" (the UK bonus track on Run the Jewels), "Love Again" (Run the Jewels 2), "Blockbuster Night Pt. 2" (Run the Jewels 2 bonus track), and "Bust No Moves," which has never been released.
"Love Buzz"/"Boll Weevil" 7-inch
You may recognize "Love Buzz" as a Nirvana single, but it was written by Netherland psych band Shocking Blue (first released on their 1969 album At Home). Their version features sitar and Mariska Veres's striking voice. Side B is the more up-tempo "Boll Weevil."
Time to Die
England's best contemporary stoner/doom-metal band's latest album, released as a specially numbered double LP with silver vinyl.
Fox Confessor Brings the Flood
A special red-vinyl pressing of Neko Case's 2006 heart-squeezing, clear-voiced folk album Fox Confessor Brings the Flood. Also includes a special RSD slipmat with the album's whimsical artwork.
My Squelchy Life
The mythical "lost" Eno album, My Squelchy Life—slated for, but then pulled from, Warner Bros release in 1991—can now be yours on deluxe gatefold vinyl with an additional, never-before-heard track from the original recording session.