MUSIC WE LIKE (MOSTLY)

The titles in this category are all about the different kinds of music we like. Well, mostly.

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  1. 33 1/3 Vol. 71: Public Enemy's It Takes A Nation...

    33 1/3 Volume 71: Public Enemy's It Takes A Nation Of Millions To Hold Us Back

    $12.95

    Christopher Weingarten provides a thrilling account of how the Bomb Squad produced such a singular-sounding record: engineering, sampling, scratching, constructing, deconstructing and reconstructing - even occasionally stomping on vinyl that sounded too clean. Learn More
  2. 33 1/3 Vol. 72: Wowee Zowee

    33 1/3 Volume 72: Pavement's Wowee Zowee

    $14.95

    Pavement wrapped up at Easley Recording in Memphis. They mixed the tracks and recorded overdubs in New York. They took a step back and assessed the material. It was a wild scene. Learn More
  3. 33 1/3 Vol. 73: Highway To Hell

    33 1/3 Volume 73: AC/DC's Highway To Hell

    $12.95

    Released in 1979, AC/DC's "Highway To Hell" was the infamous last album recorded with singer Bon Scott, who died of alcohol poisoning in London in February of 1980. Officially chalked up to "Death by Misadventure," Learn More
  4. 33 1/3: Van Dyke Parks' Song Cycle

    33 1/3 Volume 74: Van Dyke Parks' Song Cycle

    $10.95

    An intelligent take on a classic left-field album from the late 1960s, including original interviews with all the key players including Van Dyke Parks. Learn More
  5. 33 1/3: Spiderland

    33 1/3 Volume 75: Slint's Spiderland

    $12.95

    Of all the seminal albums to come out in 1991 - the year of Nevermind, Loveless, Ten and Out of Time, among others - none was quieter, both in volume and influence, than Spiderland, and no band more mysterious than Slint. Learn More
  6. 33 1/3: Kid A

    33 1/3 Volume 76: Radiohead's Kid A

    $12.95

    It was virtually impossible to ignore Radiohead's KID A when it was released in early October of 2000. But the album was more than just a ten-track collection of songs written by five musicians from Oxfordshire, more than the "weird" follow-up to the critics' fashionable go-to record of choice, OK COMPUTER, more than what the VILLAGE VOICE described as "the biggest, warmest recorded go-fuck-yourself in recent memory." KID A was an event. Learn More
  7. 33 1/3: Tusk

    33 1/3 Volume 77: Fleetwood Mac's Tusk

    $12.95

    A prismatic look at one of the most unusual albums ever released by a major rock band, with fresh input from Lindsey Buckingham. Learn More
  8. 33 1/3: Pretty Hate Machine

    33 1/3 Volume 78: Nine Inch Nails' Pretty Hate Machine

    $12.95

    This is the story of the depraved, no-future land called the American Midwest in the 1980s, and of a boy who rose from a dismal town (population 2300) to become one of the biggest selling musicians of the 1990s. Learn More
  9. 33 1/3: Chocolate & Cheese

    33 1/3 Volume 79: Ween's Chocolate And Cheese

    $12.95

    Ween now seems like a permanent fixture on the pop-cultural landscape, but when the band first hit MTV in the early '90s, their longevity wasn't so secure. Learn More
  10. 33 1/3: Some Girls

    33 1/3 Volume 81: The Rolling Stones' Some Girls

    $12.95

    It’s October 1977, and the Rolling Stones are in a Paris recording studio. They’re under siege. Keith Richards’s legal troubles after his arrest for heroin possession threaten the band’s future, and the broad consensus among rock aficionados is that the band will never again reach the heights of Exile on Main Street. Learn More

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