17
Aug

Awesome new album from Sacramento’s very own Pets, their New release ‘Get Turned On’ is available at Phono Select Records 

New album features Lucy Giles (Dog Party) and Kepi Ghoulie on drums.

When Derek sings, Pets has been compared to The Jesus and Mary Chain, B.R.M.C., and Sonic Youth. Allison’s singing has drawn comparisons to The Kills, The Yeah Yeah Yeahs, and Le Tigre….(Anne says: I think they have a Raveonettes-ish quality as well. I LOVE this album!)

08
Aug

NEW ARRIVALS AUG 9TH SATURDAY!

New arrivals week of: 8.9.2014

Hey Phono Select Subscribers,

August Weekend Hours Announced!

Friday August 8th Noon til 7PM
Saturday August 9th Noon til 4PM

Friday August 15th Noon til 7PM
Saturday August 16th Noon til 4PM

Friday August 22th Noon til 7PM
Saturday August 23th Noon til 4PM


Normal weekly hours are Tues-Friday Noon -5:30/6PM

We’re always  busy cleaning and pricing new records every day around these parts. Come on down to the shop hang out bring us snacks and drinks and have a listen with us. 



Thanks, 
Your pals at PHONO SELECT RECORDS

We will buy or take donations of all your used Vinyl /CDs / Tapes / Posters/ Zines /Buttons / Cool Toys as long as they are in great shape and aren’t your Grandpa’s old Readers Digest records.

New 7” Vinyl
[Check out the sweet list below of what’s hitting the racks Saturday this August 9th, All records are first come first serve no holds]

Alkaline Trio ‘Help Me’ (ltd Ed promo only 7”)
American Heartbreak ‘Please Kill Me’ (great SF punk n roll, 1998)
Antiseen ‘My God Can Beat Up Your God’ (live Aussie import, 1991)
Bad Brains ‘Live in TJ 1989’ (Ltd Ed Fan Club, colored vinyl)
Bad Religion ‘Covering the Songs 83-84’ (Ltd ed Fan Club, colored vinyl)
Bracket ‘BS’ (ltd ed red vinyl, bay area Husker Du sounding pop punk, 94).
Carsickness ‘For You’ (cool weird DIY punk/new wave 1982)
Charles Albright ‘I’m Happy, I’m a Genius’ (OOP, 2010 7”, black vinyl)
Charles Albright ‘Weight’ (OOP 2011 7”, Ltd Ed, numbered copy)
Christian Death ‘The Edward Colver Edition’ (ltd ed w/poster)
Dead Kennedys ‘1978 Demos’ (colored vinyl, fanclub release, cool sleeve)
Dead Silence ‘For Your Ego’s Sake’ (peace punk 1988, with huge booklet, punk/hc)
Depeche Mode ‘It’s Called a Heart’ (w/ PS, import 1985)
Depeche Mode ‘People are People/ Black Celebration’ (1989 Fran Club, live)
Depeche Mode ‘See You’ (82 UK Import)

Depeche Mode ‘Told You So / New Life’ (1989 Fran Club, live)
Groovie Ghoulies ‘Hello Hello’ (1990 2 song single, orange vinyl, rare)
Jawbreaker ‘Busy’ (lblack vinyl with light green sleeve)
JFA ‘Blatant Localism’ EP (ltd Ed repress, out of print)
Misfits ‘The Ritz, live 1981’ (colored vinyl, fanclub release, cool sleeve)
Nick Cave ‘500 Miles: Live’ (colored vinyl, fanclub release, cool sleeve)
OFF! ‘First Fours EPs’ (OOP, 4x7” box set with cool booklet)
Offspring ‘Baghdad’ (OOP. Clear vinyl press, rare, 1991)
Puncture ‘Mucky Pup’ (KBD Punk UK 1977)
Registrators ‘Monkry/Stupid Girls’ (great garagey/KBD punk from Japan)
Registrators ‘TV Hell’ (great garagey/KBD punk from Japan)
REM ‘SingleActionGreen’ (4x7” box set 1984, very cool)
Samhain ‘Bloodbrothers’ (Italian Fan Club Live 85, colored)
Screeching Weasel ‘Radio Blast’ (colored vinyl 1992)
Sick of it All ‘We Stand Alone’ EP (1991 Ltd Ed 4 song EP w/ Minor Threat cover)
Soul Rebels ‘Soul Rebel’ (early 80s SF New Wave /Pop)
Step Forward Punk 7” Box Set (10 classic late 70s UK punk 7s)
The Q Factor ‘6 song EP’ (Punk/HC)
The U.V’s ‘Dropping Bombs’ EP (Aussie guitar rock n roll from the 80s)
Toxic Reasons ‘Ghost Town’ (ltd ed repress, out of print)
VA ‘NME 2/86’ (free 4 track comp from 86)
VA ‘World in Shreds’ (1989 comp with Jawbreaker, Crimpshrine, Moral Crux)
Various ‘Viva Chicago’ (Chicago Pop punk split, Bollweevils/88 Fingers Louie)
Velvet Underground ‘Singles 1966-69’ (7” box set of all their 60s singles)





New 12” Vinyl
[Check out the sweet list below of what’s hitting the racks Saturday this August 9th, All records are first come first serve no holds]

  
 ‘O’ Level ‘Pseudo Punk’ (TVP related, indie/DIY/Punk classic)
7 Seconds ‘The Crew’ (classic Punk/HC, repress white center labels, blue writing)
Autistic Behavior ‘Shattered Cattle’ (Ltd ed LP, unreleased 82 Punk/HC LP)
BAD ‘Just Play Music’ (12” with rad picture sleeve)
BAD ‘No.10, Upping Street’ (ex Clash, Thunders, prod. By Joe Strummer)
Beastie Boys ‘Paul’s Boutique’ (original 1989 Capitol records press 4 panel sleeve)
Bette Mclauren ‘The Masquerade Is Over’ (Euro comp of all her 51-59 singles)
Black Mountain‘s/t’ (sealed copy)
Bob Dylan ‘Greatest Hits’ (1967 ‘360’ Sound Stereo Pressing/ no poster)
Bon Jovi ‘Slippery When Wet’
Bruce Springsteen ‘Wrecking Ball’ (2012 studio album, double LP)
Cage ‘The Left Hand Path’ (2002 6 track east coast hip hop 12”)
Camper Van Beethoven ‘II & III’ (OG pressing)
Camper Van Beethoven ‘Our Beloved Revolutionary Sweetheart’
Camper Van Beethoven ‘s/t’ (third LP)
Camper Van Beethoven ‘Telephone Free Landslide Victory’ (2nd press)
Champion ‘Time Slips Away’ (Sky Blue vinyl, XXX)
Cheap Trick ‘Heaven Tonight’ (with printed inner sleeve)
Christ on Parade ‘Sounds of Nature’ (repress)
Circle Pit ‘Bruised Constellation’ (Noisy Aussie Duo, very cool record)
City and Colour ‘Sometimes’ (ltd pressing, double LP, gatefold sleeve, OOP)
Coloured Balls ‘Ball Power’ (reissue Aussie RnB fueled Street Glam Rock n Roll 73)
Dave Gahan ‘Hourglass’ (2007 double LP, Depeche Mode related)
David Lee Roth ‘Eat ‘Em and Smile’
Dead Western ‘Everything Eternally’ (Sacto Gothic Psych Folk, German only release)
Deftones ‘Deftones’ (Black translucent marble vinyl, ltd ed version)
Deftones ‘Diamond Eyes’ (white vinyl, ltd ed version of 2000)
Desert Sessions ‘Volume II and IV’ (colored vinyl fan club press on 12”)
Desert Sessions ‘Volume V and VI’ (colored vinyl fan club press on 12”)
Dire Straits ‘Brothers in Arms’
Dire Straits ‘Making Movies’
Doses ‘s/t’ (Bakersfield post/punk duo, think Big Black meets Jesus Lizard)
DYS ‘Brotherhood’ (2012 colored vinyl repress, 1983 Boston HC XXX)
Earth Crisis ‘Gomorrah’s Seasons Ends’ (ltd colored vinyl repress)
Electro Group ‘Historical Contest’ (Sacto shoegaze, dream-pop goodness)
Eurythmics ‘Revenge’
Fan Modine ‘Gratitude for the Shipper’ (Ltd Ed, 100 copies version, indie folk pop)
Fleetwood Mac ‘Rumors’ (OG pressing, no barcode, with hard insert)
Focused Minds ‘The Fact Remains’ (great XXX album, 300 copies)
Fucked Up ‘Couple Tracks’ (awesome 2011 double album)
FUZZ ‘s/t’ (Psych/Garage/Space Rock project from Ty Segall)
Gang of Four ‘Live at the Palace’ (1984 live LP recorded in LA on last tour)
Generation Suicida ‘Con La Muerte A Tu Lado’ (cool East LA punk/HC)
Harry Mosco (Funkees) ‘For You Specialy’ (Ltd Ed, awesome afro beat/funk 77)
Huey Lewis and the News ‘Sports’
Husker Du ‘Candy Apple Grey (OG Pressing)
Husker Du ‘Flip Your Wig’ (OG pressing 1985, no barcode)
Husker Du ‘Warehouse Songs/Stories’ (OG pressing, double LP)
Invisible Astro Healing Rhythm Quartet ‘s/t’ (improvisional Jazz/World/Funk)
Iron Maiden ‘Live after Death’ (85 double LP, w printed sleeves and booklet)
Jonathan Meiburg ‘Why I Love My Home’ (ltd Ed experimental indie folk)
KISS ‘Alive!’ (OG pressing with booklet, order form, no picture inner sleeves)
KISS ‘Gene Simmons’ (OG Pressing with inner sleeve/ No poster, order form or insert)
KISS ‘Peter Criss’ (OG Pressing with inner sleeve nad insert / No poster or order form)
KT Tunstall ‘Drastic Fantastic’ (Euro only pressing, ltd Ed)
Liverpool Echo ‘s/t’ (repress. Ltd Ed, 1973 Beatles inspired power pop gem)
Losin It ‘No Apology’ (first press 274 copies colored, XXX)
Madonna ‘Hanky Panky’ (sealed 12” single, 1990)
Manual Scan ‘All Night Scan!’ (collection, San Diego MOD/Power Pop early 80s)
Mitchel Forman ‘Train of Thought’ (sealed copy, jazz piano/keyboards)
Molly Hatchet ‘Beatin’ the Odds0
Morrissey ‘Interesting Drug’ (OG 1989 US pressing, 12” EP)
Morrissey ‘Ouija Board’ (OG 1989 US pressing,12” EP)
Morrissey ‘Suedehead’ (OG 1988 US pressing, 12” EP)
Morrissey ‘Viva Hate’ (OG 1988 US pressing)
NAGG ‘s/t’ (great Bay Area female fronted Garage rock n roll ala Joan Jett/Muffs)
Nakatani Tiner Drake ‘Ritual Inscription’ ((improvisional Jazz/percussion/experimental)
Native Tongue ‘Blame it Gravity’ (OOP Italian comp of this 80s Boston Post Punk band)
New Toys ‘Better Late Then Never’ (OOP 80s NYC Thunders/Bators inspired punk/pop)
Niki & the Dove ‘the Fox’ (Sealed copy, Swedish Electro duo 2011 12”)
OFF! ‘Wasted Years’ (ltd ed OOP Red vinyl pressing of 2000 copies)
Oingo Boingo ‘Only a Lad’ (1981 debut, new wave/punk classic)
Old Firm Casuals ‘for the love of it all’ (OOP. Ltd ed, double singles comp)
OutKast ‘Southernplaylisticadillacmuzik’ (ltd ed numbered repress, OOP)
Pagans ‘what’s this shit? 77/79’ (unreleased recordings, ltd ed, OOP)
Pete Townshend ‘Give Blood’ (1985 UK import 12”, sealed copy w/David Gilmour)
Peter King ‘Oma Lewa’ (ltd Ed colored vinyl press of 350, awesome afro beat/funk 76)
Peter Murphy ‘Blind Sublime’ (5 track 12” EP from his 88 album Love Hysteria)
Peter Murphy ‘Blind Sublime’ (white label promo copy, 5 tracks)
Power Station ‘s/t’ (Duran Duran related)
Protex ‘Strange Obsessions’ (long lost unreleased IRISH punk/power pop, must have)
Psychdelic Furs ‘Mirror Moves’
Public Image Ltd. (PIL) ‘Album’ (OG 85 pressing w/inner sleeve)
Public Image Ltd. (PIL) ‘Happy?’
RATT ‘Out of the Cellar’ (1984 debut LP)
RF7 ‘87’ (1987 album after reforming, So Cal HC/Punk legends)
Running ‘Asshole Savant’ (Chicago Garage/Basement punk/HC kind of like Mayyors)
Sbarro Hottopic ‘Lazer Comb’ (ltd 10” comedy crank calls EP)
Scorpions ‘World Wide Live’ (85 double live album)
She ‘Outta Reach’ (Fan Club pressing, Sacto female garage bands from late 60s)
Simple Minds ‘Don’t You (Forget about me)’ (UK 12” long version with p/s)
Skinny Puppy ‘Addicction’ (Hard to find 87 12”)
Skinny Puppy ‘Cleanse Fold and Manipulate’ (OG 1987 US press)
Skinny Puppy ‘Digit’ (First 12”, OG US pressing)
Skinny Puppy ‘Mind: The Perpetual Intercourse’ (1986 US OG press)
Skinny Puppy ‘Remission’ (1986 mini album debut, OG Canadian pressing)
Sonic Youth ‘Bad Moon Rising’ (OG pressing)
Sonic Youth/Lydia Lunch ‘Death Valley 69’ (OG pressing, 1985)
Static Faction ‘Hindi Rock Punk Raga’ (cool 90s Bay Area noisy/psych/punk/ HC)
Steve Vai ‘Flexable’ (sealed copy)
Strife ‘In This Defiance’ (XXX, ltd Ed colored vinyl represses)
Subhumans ‘From the Cradle to the Grave’ (ltd repress on colored vinyl w/poster)
Subhumans ‘Time Flies: But Aeroplanes Crash’ (ltd repress on colored vinyl w/poster)
Subhumans ‘Worlds Apart’ (ltd repress on colored vinyl w/poster)
Sutkeh Hexen ‘Luciform’ (creepy dark/noise/ambient/black metal/experimental)
The Avengers ‘s/t’ (1983 red vinyl pressing of their pink cover album)
The Clash ‘Combat Rock’ (first pressing with commercial and custom center labels)
The Clash ‘London’s Burning’ (fan club release demos and outtakes. Yellow wax)
The Clash ‘Story of the Clash’ (OOP, double anthology LP with notes from JOE)
The Cramps ‘Bad Music for Bad People’ (first pressing US)
The Cramps ‘Date with Elvis’ (UK pressing with printed lyric sleeve)
The Cramps ‘Psychedelic Jungle’ (2rd US IRS pressing, 1982)
The Cramps ‘Songs the Lord Taught Us’ (3rd US IRS pressing, 1982)
The Fixx ‘Shattered Room’
The Hooters ‘Nervous Night’
The Jook ‘Jook Rule’ (comp of 70s UK Glam/Proto Punk bands studio recordings)
The Lucy Show ‘Mana’
The Nerves ‘Live! At the Pirates Cove 1977’ (out of print colored vinyl pressing)
The Nihilistics ‘s/t’ (ltd ed repress of this negative NYCHC classic 1983 w/ booklet)
The Outfield ‘Play Deep’
The Plimsouls ‘A Million Miles Away’ (Shaky City 12” original version)
The Plimsouls ‘Everywhere at Once’ (classic Geffen records album, power pop classic)
The Plimsouls ‘s/t’ (1981 debut)
The Pogues ‘Poguetry In Motion’ (4 song EP, 1986)
The Pogues ‘Red Roses for Me’ (1984 debut, OG US pressing on Enigma)
The Prime Movers ‘Museum’ (80s LA alt/psych/indie band /paisley underground sound)
The Raveonettes ‘Observator’ (unrated fuzz/beat pop gem, 2012)
The Shivvers ‘s/t’ (AWESOME power pop/punk collection 79-81, love it!)
The Smiths ‘Ask’ (US OG pressing, 12”)
The Smiths ‘Hatefull of Hollow’ (OG UK pressing in awesome shape)
The Smiths ‘Meat Is Murder’ (OG US pressing in awesome shape)
The Smiths ‘Panic’ (US OG pressing, 12”)
The Smiths ‘Rank’ (OG US pressing in awesome shape)
The Smiths ‘s/t’ (OG US pressing in awesome shape)
The Smiths ‘Sheila Take a Bow’ (UK Import 12”)
The Smiths ‘Strangeways, Here We Come’ (OG US pressing in awesome shape)
The Smiths ‘The Queen Is Dead’ (OG US pressing in awesome shape)
The Smiths ‘The World Won’t Listen’ (OG UK pressing in awesome shape)
The Stooges ‘Fun House’ (1982 single sleeve pressing, what a great record)
The Tunes ‘Love Uncool’ (1982 unreleased power pop gem, ltd ed)
The Who ‘Who are You’
Til Tuesday ‘Everything’s Different’
Topper Headon ‘Drumming Man’ (Euro 12’ from his 1985 solo LP)
Toxic Reasons ‘Live 81 Berkeley, CA’ (ltd Ed live LP, unreleased songs)
Tragedy ‘s/t’ (PDX HC/Crust/d-beat goodness)
True Colors ‘Focus on the Light’ (Euro XXX, clear/white X vinyl press)
VA ‘America’s Hardcore’ (blue vinyl w/20 page booklet, awesome comp)
VA ‘Oi! This is Street Punk! V.4’ (Ltd Ed colored vinyl)
VA ‘Radio Ready: Wisconsin’ (Power Pop comp 79-82, ltd Ed, OOP)
VA ‘Reefer Madness’ (1979 Stash records comp of 20s/30s blues and early jazz)
Various ‘Bo Did It!’ (awesome come of 50s/60s Bo Diddly beat rock n roll, wild)
Verbal Assault ‘Trial’ (great late 80s East Coast Punk/HC)
Warzone ‘Ols School to New School’ (colored vinyl)
Widespread Panic ‘Free Somehow’ (Out of print 2008 red vinyl first press)
Wire ‘the Ideal Copy’ (US pressing w/gatefold sleeve)
Wounded Lion’s/t’ (2009 debut, cool LA Art Punks)
X ‘Aspirations’ (KBD Aussie punk, 2010 hand painted sleeve, tour ed, 300 copies)
Youth of Today ‘We’re Not in This Alone’ (2012 Red vinyl ltd ed w/foldout)


 
 



 



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24
Mar

First album from LA New Wave superstars Berlin with vocalist Virginia Macolino.

The material on “Information” is similar in sound to the period of their popularity; acoustic drums, guitars and synths together, but is vastly different in tone. The material is far more “New Wave” in orientation; at times resembling DEVO more than the band who would record “Sex [I’m A…].” Chris Velasco, who would later leave the band, contributes strong guitar work and the biggest difference between this album and the subsequent “Pleasure Victim” EP was that John Crawford, only wrote a small part of this material instead of dominating the writing as he did going forward.

A large pleasure of this album is that the lyrics are more socially than sexually concerned. The classic New Wave tropes of future shock, new technology, and rejection of mainstream values abound on this album for the first and last time for Berlin. The band was composed of Jo Julian on synths [who also produced], Dan Van Patten on drums, Chris Velasco on guitar, the familiar John Crawford on bass, and Virginia Macolino on vocals.

The album was released in 1980, but fairly reeks of 1979 New Wave! Macolino’s vocals are full of defiant attitude for the most part. Her singing on the opener “Mind Control” recalls the New Wave swoop of Lene Lovich that you can hear as the foundation that über-bimbo Dale Bozzio probably drew upon when Missing Persons got their mojo working the following year. Macolino’s punkette vocals are also abetted and matched with various forms of vocal effects and vocoding for that all important technological New Wave emphasis that was in the air like pollen at the time. The variety of vocal effects employed here is far beyond what was usually the norm for this time.

“Overload,” which is familiar to those with the Renegade Records pressing of “A Matter Of Time” is a great number with a stuttering drum pattern courtesy of Van Patten. For the most part, rhythm is via a traditional kit, well played and recorded. A smattering of synthetic percussion appears, but this album was largely made with beefy, rock drumming that gives it a heft that would be missing from synthpop groups a year or two down the road.

The following number, “City Nights” has great staccato guitar from Velasco that meshes most excellently with Julian’s synth work. This track, more than any other, hits the Ultravox mark that Crawford and the band [all Ultravox fans; Foxx era] were clearly aiming for. It manages to echo the values of “Systems Of Romance” and Conny Plank’s production thereof where guitars and synths doubled for each other for a unified, synthetic hybrid that was neither fish nor fowl, but more powerful than both. That it takes its cues from that approach while not cloning Ultravox’s sound, per se, is a huge plus. Perhaps it’s not surprising that after this album was recorded, keyboardist/producer Jo Julian found himself engineering for John Foxx.

Side two has the debut single, “A Matter Of Time,” recut with Macolino singing lead. It doesn’t stray far from the Teri Nunn original vocal. It’s still a great song from the pen of John Crawford. The underlying synth riffs evoke cinematic James Bond soundtrack music rather successfully. It’s followed by “Middle Class Suicide,” a less-than-subtle attack on the Hollywood mainstream; called “Zone-H” here. I’m assuming that’s SoCal slang in any case. The tracks leaps into DEVO-space [or is that Zappa space?] with its herky-jerky consistently shifting time signatures in part of the chorus.

The concluding “Uncle Sam” really does the DEVO thing rather well to the point that it recalls “Race Of Doom” in its synthetic percussion, which was not released for a year afterward. Hmmm… I wonder? The lyrics seem politically charged but on closer inspection resist interpretation. The album is well played and produced and if it seems like it was cut by a completely different band than the group that released “Pleasure Victim” two years later, that’s because it really was. This is a vastly different group to the one called Berlin afterward. And therein lies its charm.

from

Post-Punk Monk blog

21
Feb
Phono Fans!
Mark those calenders, our next weekend opening has been announced!
Remember we are open Tuesday-Thursday from noon til 5PM now!
This week we will also be open Saturday the 22nd from 10am til 2pm by request of some very nice folks who couldn’t make it out last weekend!
Dal and and the Phono Dudes!

Phono Fans!

Mark those calenders, our next weekend opening has been announced!

Remember we are open Tuesday-Thursday from noon til 5PM now!

This week we will also be open Saturday the 22nd from 10am til 2pm by request of some very nice folks who couldn’t make it out last weekend!

Dal and and the Phono Dudes!

29
Oct

HEY HO LET’S LEGO!

We thought we would share some fun Lego creations that our friends have shared with us recently!

The Ramones was created by Cadwell, check out his Flicker page for more Ramones inspired fun!

The Record store creations are by Ryan Howerter (AKA eldeeem). His flicker page is full of awesome Lego creations and art.

Enjoy

Phono Select

12
Sep
18
Jun
09
May

Coming up this Saturday May 11th Phono Select Records Presents and Punch and Pie Productions brings you the not to be missed Power Pop/MOD/Punk/Rock n Roll show of the year over at Bows and Arrows!

Click here for more info and the Facebook Event Listing link.

Don’t miss out!

04
Apr
We thought these were all sold out. We were wrong we just found a box of these while we were unpacking today at the new location. Get them while you can, the person we were getting these from may not be making more.You can order them online over at PhonoSelect.com.
Work on the new location is still proceeding, we’ll get some pictures up in the next few days. 
Cheers
Phono Dudes

We thought these were all sold out. We were wrong we just found a box of these while we were unpacking today at the new location. Get them while you can, the person we were getting these from may not be making more.You can order them online over at PhonoSelect.com.

Work on the new location is still proceeding, we’ll get some pictures up in the next few days. 

Cheers

Phono Dudes

27
Feb

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