Wu-Tang Clan, Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)

(Cassette) 25 years ago, Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) introduced hip-hop heads to one of the genre’s most unconventional groups ever. Rediscover the debut of Ol’ Dirty Bastard, RZA, GZA, Ghostface Killah, Method Man and … Read more >

Uncle Tupelo, No Depression – Demos

(LP – First Time on Vinyl) Released in 1990, Uncle Tupelo’s debut album No Depression was a genuine milestone in American rock and roll, a striking fusion of traditional folk and country with post-punk innovation … Read more >

Bruce Springsteen, Greatest Hits

(2LP – Individually Numbered – Red Vinyl) Originally released in 1995, Greatest Hits was the first collection of powerful hit singles from the first two decades of Bruce Springsteen’s career—and kicked off an exciting new … Read more >

Prodigy, Keep It Thoro

(Picture Disc) As half of the iconic group Mobb Deep, Prodigy (1974-2017) was a key player in New York hip-hop’s mid-1990s renaissance, delivering in-depth, uncompromising verses about life in the Queensbridge projects. Certified Classics honors … Read more >

Elvis Presley, The King In The Ring

(2LP – Individually Numbered – Red Vinyl – First Time on Vinyl) Elvis Presley re-established himself as The King of Rock and Roll with ELVIS, the widely-seen “comeback special” broadcast on NBC at the end … Read more >

Pink Floyd, The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn (Mono)

(LP) The psychedelic debut album by Pink Floyd was their sole album completed with original vocalist/guitarist Syd Barrett and featured the early classic “Interstellar Overdrive.” The original mono version of Pink Floyd’s first LP, named … Read more >

Eddie Murphy, Eddie Murphy: Comedian

(LP) Recorded in Washington, D.C. in the summer of 1983, Saturday Night Live superstar Eddie Murphy’s raucous, no-holds-barred stand-up set tackled family barbecues, ice cream trucks and Reaganomics with the one-of-a-kind energy that quickly established … Read more >

Thelonious Monk, Monk

(LP) Thelonious Monk’s fourth studio album for Columbia Records, released in 1964, featured a sprightly mix of standards (“Just You, Just Me,” “April In Paris”) and originals (“Teo,” a unique arrangement of “Children’s Song (That … Read more >