New vinyl releases, more recent vintage vinyl, and slip this on.

Hey good people, we’ve got a couple new releases this week to feature, one could qualify for a DIS or DAT on our Facebook page, the other a reissue of a mid 90s classic. We have been busy keeping the vintage vinyl bins stocked with a steady flow of amazing vinyl and there’s lots more where these came from. Check out the pics below for a sample of what’s been heading into the shop, then after that we will talk new releases. We usually post the recent arrival vintage vinyl on our Facebook page first, so if want to know as soon as it hits the store join us on Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/backbeatperth/

First though, we now have Backbeat slipmats to freshen up your turntable, they’re a great gift idea for the vinyl lover you might know.

Slipmats

 


Recent Arrival Vintage Vinyl

The past month we’ve bought several significant collections full of amazing vinyl. Check back often over the next few weeks as we work our way through them and get them into the shop.

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New Vinyl Releases

New Release Vinyl Dec 11

Rancid – And Out Come the Wolves (2015 remaster)
Remastered from the original analog master tapes. Pressed on audiophile 180 gram vinyl. To celebrate the 20th anniversary of this very special release in our history, Epitaph Records is proud to present the deluxe 20th Anniversary edition of Rancid’s …and Out Come The Wolves. Released at the height of the 90’s wave of punk resurgence, …and Out Come The Wolves is arguably on the most important albums of that decade and features tracks that became punk standards.

 


Ryan Adams – 1989
Well this album is already getting reviews of the love it or hate it variety. An interesting concept doing a track by track remake of Taylor Swift’s 1989 but does it work? I’m not the one to ask since I’ve never heard Swifty’s album. To try and compare the two seems natural but does Ryan Adams version stand on it’s on, that is the question to really answer. Have if neither of these cut it for you, there’s always Father John Misty doing his version of Ryan Adams 1989 which is his version of Taylor Swifts 1989, now that’s confusing. I might just wait for Tiësto’s version of 1989 or something. Here’s a sample track of the opening song Welcome to New York.

 


Oh yeah, and a few restocks and additions to the new vinyl selection here at Backbeat.

New Vinyl Dec 11

 

 

That’s all for today folks, have an awesome weekend.

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