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LABOR DAY SALE. 10% OFF all stuff.

1 September 2014

you heard it here first, folks.

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remember we open at 10am

19 April 2014

open at 10am for RSD.

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at some point Saturday afternoon we will also have…

19 April 2014

OK, so if you read the prior post you learned that one of our distributors colossally screwed up and our biggest RSD order shall arrive AFTER we open Saturday. Not much we can do about it, but now you latecomers may benefit. In addition to the last post we we are also SUPPOSED to receive the following:

Beltones: on deaf ears lp

Mastodon: blood mountain lp

One Man Army: dead end stories LP

(crosses): one

(crosses): two

(crosses): three

311: s/t lp

311: evolver lp

A Minor Forest: flemish LP

The Animals: s/t EP

Autistic Behaviour: shattered lp

Beauregarde: testify 7″

Big Mama Thornton: Sassy lp

Black Angels: claear Lake 10″

Black Prarie: fortune lp

Botch: Unifying LP

Breadwinner: Burner LP

Brian Jonestown Massacre/Magic Castles 12″

Bruce Springsteen: American 12″

Built To Spill: Ultimate lp

Buries Alive: The Death LP

Cave-In: Jupiter LP

Christian Death: Edward Colver 7″

Clutch/Lionize 7″

Conor Oberst: Hundreds 7″

Creedence Clearwater Revival: 1969 Singles 10″

The Cure/Dinosaur Jr 7″

Devo: Butch Devo LP

Devo: Live At Max’s LP

Die Kreuzen: Cows 12″

Die Kreuzen: Cows 7″

Dinosaur Jr: Visitors 7″ boxset

The Doors: Weird Scenes LP

Earth Crisis: Gomorrah’s lp

Fang/Symbol Six 12″

Fishbone: s/t lp

Flaming Lips: Seven Skies LP

Flaming Lips/Devo 7″

Frank Zappa: Don’t Eat 7″

Garbage: Girls Talk 10″

Gram Parsons: Alternate LP

Grateful Dead: Live LP

Green Day: Demolicious LP

Hank Williams: Garden Spot LP

Harry Dean Stanton: Partly 7″

Heavens To Betsy: Calculated LP

Husker Du: Candy LP

Ice-T; Greatest LP

Jimi Hendrix: Live LP

Jay-Z/Linkin Park 12″

Joan Jett: Glorious LP

Johnny Cash: With His Hot LP

John SPencer: She’s On It 12″

Joy Division: AN Ideal 12″

Julie Ruin: Brightside 7″

July: s/t LP

Jungle Rot: Kill LP

Karma To Burn: s/t LP

Machine Head: Killers 10″

Mastodon: Live LP

Mazzy Star: I’m Less Here 7″

Middle Class Rut: Factories 7″

Motorhead: Aftershock LP

Neko Case: west Of Memphis LP

Nirvana: Pennyroyal 7″

Notorious BIG: Life LP

Notwist: Run 12″

O Level: Psuedo LP

Oasis: Supersonic 12″

Of Montreal: Jigsaw 7″

Of Montreal: Satanic LP

Off: Learn 7″

Opeth: watershed lp

Outkast: Southern… LP

Pagans: What’s This Shit LP

Pantera/Poison Idea 7″

Paul Weller: Brand New 7″

Pisses Jeans: Very Best 12″

Pixies: Indie Cindy LP

Pinback: s/t LP

Pogues w/ Joe Strummer: Live LP

Power Glove: Far Cry LP

Prong: Turnover 7″

Public Enemy: It Takes A Nation LP

Pussy Galore: Pussy Gold 12″

Ramones: Meltdown 10″

Ray Parker Jr: Ghostbusters 10″

Rockabye Baby: Lullaby LP

SAam Cooke: Ain’t That LP

Sharpling & Wurster: Rock LP

Shocking Blue: send me 7″

Slipknot: vol.3 lp

Sonics/Mudhoney 7″

Soundgarden: Superunknown Singles box set

Standells: dirty 7″

Stranglers: peaches 7″

Strife: IN This LP

Suburban Mutilation: opera lp

Sun Ra; Outer Spaceways lp

Sunny Day Real Estate/Circa Survive 7″

Teenage Filmstars: Clouds lp

Thievery Corporation: untitles 7″

Toxic Reasons: Ghost Town 7″

Toxic Reasons: Live LP

Toxic Reasons: War Hero 7″

Type O Negative: Slow LP

v/a: pop yeh yeh LP

v/a rough Guide To Psychedelic Bollywood

v/a; taang Records box set

v/a: muppet movie lp

v/a: The Wizard Of Oz lp

Wanda Jackson: WIndy City 7″

Waylon Jennings: Fenixon 7″

Wayne Kramer: Lexington LP

Yardbirds: Little Games lp

Zombies: I Love You lp

Zombies: odyssey lp

Shattered Faith: Modern 7″

Hopefully this stuff will arrive shortly after we open at 10…

Mas

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New Records

SMASH’s current store hours.

 

effective Jan 1st,2014

Mon-Thu: 12-9

Fri-Sat: 12-930

Sun: 12-7

(disregard the old store hours at bottom right. this website is so old that when i tried to change it the whole site got F’d up.)

SOA First Demo 7″ is in

get your butt into town and pick this up.soa_3cover.jpg

The Shirks S/T Lp

NOW AVAILABLE AT SMASH! The Shirks S/T Lp

RITES OF SPRING demo 10″

dis176v365.jpgthe 1984 demo is available NOW at Smash, dude.

FAITH Subject To Change+First Demo LP/CD is in.

be the first on your block to get it… and just so you know the Void reissue will soon be upon us too.faith-subject-to-change-first-demo.jpg

SCREAM This Side Up rissue now available!

After being out of print for many years this 12″ LP has been re-cut and re-issued (on clear vinyl) and includes a free MP3 download and updated cover art015-5-new.jpg

Government Issue Joyride LP reissue!

Another DC classic has been reissued by Dr. Strange.gi_joyride.jpg Get it… again!

united mutation: 1st 2 7″s on a cd

images-21.jpegDSI Archives (finally) reissues both United Mutation 7″s on a handy dandy CD. FLEX says “Like most DSI releases, this is a bit different from the typical DC hardcore. Wild & ultrafast hardcore with some really weird guitar riffs and a crazy singer. Strange, intense, unique. The Rainbow Person 7″ is a lot more experimental than the debut, screaming singer, weird guitar sounds, lots of reverb. It’s still hardcore, but then again.. it’s not. Interesting.” An argument could be made that the first use of “crust” vocals was by U.M.

title tracks: it was easy cd/lp

images-13.jpegIn early 2008, after several years spent in Washington D.C. bands like Q And Not U and Georgie James, John Davis decided he was ready to go out and start writing and recording albums on his own. John began work on the songs that were to become the first Title Tracks album in January 2008, as the unhappy fate of Georgie James became clear. By the time that Georgie James officially split up in the summer of 2008, John had an album’s worth of songs ready to go and began playing shows with a new group behind him by the end of that summer.“It Was Easy” is the debut full-length from Title Tracks, John’s solo project. It contains nine original songs and two covers (Bruce Springsteen’s “Tougher Than The Rest” and The Byrds’ “She Don’t Care About Time”). The originals run the spectrum from the taut, angry “Every Little Bit Hurts,” “Found Out” (both of which, in different recordings, were released as a single on Dischord Records in April 2009) and “Piles Of Paper” to the sunnier “Hello There” and “Steady Love” to the melancholy “At Fifteen,” “No, Girl” and the title track.