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Record Store Day has announced the new schedule of properly distanced release dates: August 29th, September 26th, and October 24th. Our official RSD 2020 titles will be available only at participating indie record stores as part of these RSD Drops, check out the full list here!


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Cradle - The History - 2LP
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Price: Available At Independent Stores 8/29/20
Availability: AVAILABLE AT INDEPENDENT RECORD STORES ON 04/18/20
Item #: LP-MH-8209 -

    A vital document of one of the first bands to put serious cracks in rock's glass ceiling! Never able to fit the mold that label executives demanded, at the very end of 1969 the Quatro sisters’ Pleasure Seekers became Cradle. Though "the suits" weren't ready for them, their forward-thinking sound and quintessentially Detroit determination blazed a trail for the decades of hard-rocking women who followed -- as did their choice to remain true to themselves, no matter what. On LP for the...

    Cradle - The History - CD
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    Price: Available At Independent Stores 8/29/20
    Availability: AVAILABLE AT INDEPENDENT RECORD STORES ON 04/18/20
    Item #: CD-MH-209 -

      A vital document of one of the first bands to put serious cracks in rock's glass ceiling! Never able to fit the mold that label executives demanded, at the very end of 1969 the Quatro sisters’ Pleasure Seekers became Cradle. Though "the suits" weren't ready for them, their forward-thinking sound and quintessentially Detroit determination blazed a trail for the decades of hard-rocking women who followed -- as did their choice to remain true to themselves, no matter what. Includes: Cradle...

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      Price: Available At Independent Stores 8/29/20
      Availability: AVAILABLE AT INDEPENDENT RECORD STORES ON 04/18/20
      Item #: CD-MH-053 -

        Lothar And The Hand People emerged as one of the earliest pioneers to mix electronics into rock, incorporating theremin and synthesizers into their sonic onslaught. Led by Lothar (a theremin) and his cast of digit possessing musicians wielding guitar, bass, drums, and one of the first (and largest) modular Moogs! This, their first ever live album, captures them with the passion and energy that can only come from a band’s final show before Lothar was forever unplugged. Includes: Machines...

        Lothar And The Hand People - Machines: Amherst 1969 - LP
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        Price: Available At Independent Stores 8/29/20
        Availability: AVAILABLE AT INDEPENDENT RECORD STORES ON 04/18/20
        Item #: LP-MH-8053 -

          Lothar And The Hand People emerged as one of the earliest pioneers to mix electronics into rock, incorporating theremin and synthesizers into their sonic onslaught. Led by Lothar (a theremin) and his cast of digit possessing musicians wielding guitar, bass, drums, and one of the first (and largest) modular Moogs! This LP, their first ever live record, captures them with the passion and energy that can only come from a band’s final show before Lothar was forever unplugged. Includes: Machines...

          The Feminine Complex - Livin Love - 2LP
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          Price: Available At Independent Stores 9/26/20
          Availability: AVAILABLE AT INDEPENDENT RECORD STORES ON 04/18/20
          Item #: LP-MH-8204 -

            A road paving, agency grabbing, '69 girl group garage band trip! Nashville, 1966: five young girls teach themselves their instruments playing along to the radio. Initially named 'The Pivots' and by the end of '67 christened as The Feminine Complex, they were playing out and developing a local following including radio and television appearances. They created their own versions of popular songs, a style that reflected their need to express their own experience of girlhood. Gender bending 'boys'...

            The Feminine Complex - Livin Love - CD
            New!
            Price: Available At Independent Stores 9/26/20
            Availability: AVAILABLE AT INDEPENDENT RECORD STORES ON 04/18/20
            Item #: CD-MH-204 -

              A road paving, agency grabbing, '69 girl group garage band trip! Nashville, 1966: five young girls teach themselves their instruments playing along to the radio. Initially named 'The Pivots' and by the end of '67 christened as The Feminine Complex, they were playing out and developing a local following including radio and television appearances. They created their own versions of popular songs, a style that reflected their need to express their own experience of girlhood. Gender bending 'boys'...