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All I Do Is Lie [Slipcase]


All I Do Is Lie [Slipcase]


$12.2


Audio Mixers: Sean Watkins; Sheldon Gomberg. Recording information: Acoustic Cafe Studio, Ann Arbor, MI (06/2012/07/2013); Horseshack, Davenport, IA (06/2012/07/2013); Neptune A, Encinitas, CA (06/2012/07/2013); The Carriage House, Los Angeles, CA (06/2012/07/2013); The Webster House, Los Angeles, CA (06/2012/07/2013). Photographer: Brantley Gutierrez. With a second Fiction Family project and a long-awaited Nickel Creek reunion album in the not so distant rearview mirror (Fiction Family Reunion arrived in 2013 and A Dotted Line dropped early the following year), Sean Watkins’ could have been forgiven had he not wanted to drop a new solo album into the hopper, but 2014’s All I Do Is Lie is a quiet and unobtrusive affair that feels more like a spring cleaning than a main event. Comprised of ten songs that trade in the relatively meaty folk-rock of 2006’s Blinders On for a more measured, confessional, yet reliably quirky singer/songwriter feel that falls more in line with Nickel Creek bandmate Chris Thile’s 2011 outing Sleep with One Eye Open, All I Do Is Lie is made up of mostly simple, yet smartly arranged country folk-pop songs. Like Thile, Watkins possesses a clear, vibrato-less tenor and is an incredibly gifted player who can bend genres to his will with the effortless gait of a former child prodigy, and his guitar work on songs like the lovely “Wave as We Run,” the fluttery title cut, and the languid instrumental “Meredith,” is as fluid as it is meticulous, but he also shares Thile’s penchant for earnest self-reflection and existential dread, though the latter is buffered by an obvious strength of faith, which he applies tastefully on songs like “Since the Day I Was Born” and “The God You Serve.” Elsewhere, the ramshackle “Keep Your Promises” suggests that Watkins still wants to keep a foot on the barstool, and the laid-back, Harvest-era Neil Young cadence of “This Will End in Tears” ventures into easy, back road Americana, but All I Do Is Lie is

Atomic [Slipcase] *


Atomic [Slipcase] *


$9.24


Audio Mixer: Tony Doogan. Recording information: Castle of Doom Studios, Glasgow. In their own ways, Zidane and Les Revenants are some of Mogwai’s finest work, so it makes sense that Atomic – an album based on their music for the BBC 4 documentary Atomic: Living in Dread and Promise and their first release after the departure of John Cummings – follows suit. The band’s tenth album recalls not only Zidane and Les Revenants but the fearsome sweep of Jhann Jhannsson’s Fordlandia, another unflinching look at humankind’s capacity to discover and create equally constructive and destructive technology. Even separated from the documentary’s imagery, Atomic contains the wonder and horror of breakthroughs like x-rays and MRI scans as well as nuclear disasters like Chernobyl and Fukushima. “Ether” begins the album with sparkling arpeggios and a trumpet that sounds like the dawning of a new age, while “Fat Man” (named for the bomb that was detonated over Nagasaki) closes it with ominously echoing piano. “SCRAM” falls somewhere in between, its loping beat and strobing melody recalling Boards of Canada at their most enigmatically beautiful. There’s a weighty undercurrent to almost all of Atomic’s songs, whether in their deliberate paces or substantial low ends, that reflects the album’s somber origins. The crushing drums on “Pripyat,” which was inspired by the town devastated by the Chernobyl accident, convey a primal sense of awe, while the fearsome majesty of “Bitterness Centrifuge” nods to the band’s metal leanings. Indeed, the ways Mogwai borrow from their other career highlights without obviously recycling are impressive: the hushed, bittersweet warmth of “Are You a Dancer?” calls to mind their early singles, while pulsing tracks like “U-235” and “Little Boy” sound like they could have been on Rave Tapes. They’re also relatively restrained with their signature climaxes, only unleashing one on the towering “Tzar.” Ambitious and masterful, Atomic is

Canon Yellow Toner Ink Cartridge Part # CLI-251XL


Canon Yellow Toner Ink Cartridge Part # CLI-251XL


$6.99


There’s no sound more dreaded than the sullen beep from your printer that lets you know you’re out of ink. At that moment, you will try to remember if you have any backup ink cartridges in your desk. At that moment, you’ll either remember that youhave this backup ink there, or you’ll wonder if that 24-hour superstore carries your particular brand. So, which of those categories will you fall into? With this backup yellow ink cartridge, it’ll be the former. Designed for Canon Printers Compare to Part No. CLI-251XL Y Page Yield is Approx. 675 Pages Designed and Engineered by Think CrucialFits the following Canon Printer Models MG5420 MG5422 MG5520 MG5522 MG5620 MG6320 MG6420 MG6620 MG7120 MG7520 MX722 MX922 iP7220 iP8720 iX6820p. small{line-height: 1;}p.big{line-height: 2;} Please note the following important information about this product from Think Crucial: (i) it is a generic replacement, NOT a Canon Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM?) product; (ii) because it is not a Canon OEM product, it is not covered by any Canon guarantee or warranty; (iii) use of this generic replacement may violate or void Canon s guarantee or warranty – it is entirely your responsibility to check, and entirely your risk if you decide to use this product; (iv) we do not guarantee or warrant that this generic replacement is compatible with any product from Canon or any other provider. Please check your manufacturer?s warranty with regard to the use of non-OEM parts. Think Crucial provides no warranty or guarantee with regard to the product or its compatibility with your Canon product. The Canon brand and all Canon trademarks belong to Canon or its affiliates, and are used here only to explain the compatibility features of the generic replacement product.

Goodman Games GMG6042 Sezrekans Sanguivorous Solids Dice Set


Goodman Games GMG6042 Sezrekans Sanguivorous Solids Dice Set


$21.04


From whence comes the dread sorcerer sezrekan, none can say, yetit is known that his physical appearance is always presaged by apparitions of strange polyhedrons that crave the blood of innocents. this set contains the very dice that sezrekan sends forth before his arrival. you can divine numerological truths from the positions in which they fall, the betterto spill the blood of your enemies. FeaturesSezrekans sanguivorous solids dice set Specifications Weight: 0.21 lbs

Saving Mr. Terupt


Saving Mr. Terupt


$3.99


The kids and their favorite teacher from Because of Mr. Terupt andMr. Terupt Falls Again return for a third book in the funny, warmhearted series for fans ofWonder. Seventh grade was going to be awesome. The only thing missing was Mr. Terupt. The kids from Mr. Terupt?s fifth- and sixth-grade classes are entering their first year of junior high school. There?s a lot to be excited about, but there are new challenges, too. Peter and Jeffrey face tough competition on their wrestling team. Alexia has a disastrous first day of school, and that?s only the beginning. Anna is desperate for Charlie to propose to her mother?what is he waiting for?Danielle isn?t feeling so well, but she’s trying to tough it out, like Grandma. Trouble with a bully makesLuke dread going to school for the first time ever. And Jessica is waiting anxiously for an acceptance to a theater retreat in New York City. Everyone is missing Mr. Terupt. When a fight threatens to break up the group forever, they think their favorite teacher is the only one who can help them. But the kids soon find out that it?s Mr. Terupt who needs saving. This novel includes extra content in the back of the book. Readers will find a Junior High Survival Guide with tips from the old gang! Praise forthe Mr. Terupt novels Because of Mr. Terupt An NPR Backseat Book Club Selection An E.B. White Read-Aloud Honor Book An Arizona Grand Canyon Reader Award Winner An Indiana Young Hoosier Book Award Winner A Minnesota Maud Hart Lovelace Award Winner A Connecticut Nutmeg Book Award Winner A Nebraska Golden Sower Book Award Winner An Iowa Children?s Choice Book Award Winner A Massachusetts Children?s Book Award Winner Nominated for 17 State Book Awards? Even the accident toward which this novel is inevitably headed is no accident; it is as masterfully set up and skillfully concealed as the rest of this riveting story. JOHN IRVING *?The characters are authentic and the short chapters are skillfully arranged to keep readers moving

Terro T3300 Wasp & Hornet Killer 19 Oz


Terro T3300 Wasp & Hornet Killer 19 Oz


$11.64


Wasps and hornets strike fear in many but with TERRO® Wasp & Hornet Killer you can easily kill these dreaded pests before they have a chance to sting. TERRO Wasp & Hornet Killer is an entrapping foam spray that coats nests for a total kill. The entrapping foam not only kills wasps and hornets inside the nest, it remains on the nest and kills unsuspecting insects that have the misfortune to return. Best Used For: Killing wasps, hornets, yellow jackets and mud daubers. TERRO Wasp & Hornet Killer has a powerful jet spray that can reach nests up to 20 feet away, keeping users a safe distance from wasps and. For outdoor and indoor use, the aerosol can produces a foam spray that coats nests for a complete kill. Going the Distance Nests are often located in hard to reach places so you’ll appreciate that this product has a powerful jet spray that shoots up to 20 feet away. This also allows you to keep a safe distance away from the nest, reducing any fear of being stung. Safe for Indoor and Outdoor Use Protect yourself from wasps and hornet, indoors and outdoors, with TERRO Wasp & Hornet Killer. Here are some tips on where to spray: To prevent insects from entering home, spray around areas where insects enter such as gaps around outdoor plumbing and vents, cracks and crevices in foundations and along sills and ledges Use outoors under eaves, near window frames, doorways, outdoor play areas and picnic areas Use indoor in attics and anywhere nests are built. Do not spray around exposed foods Treatment Tips When treating nests, spray at sunrise or dusk when insects are least active. Stand a safe distance from the nest -do not stand directly underneath it. With the wind at your back, take aim and spray the nest opening until soaked. Then spray the rest of the nest. The insects will fall to the ground and die. After spraying, wait up to 24 hours before removing the nest. Product

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