Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

A Girl Like Me
Used - LP - 6165
New, Unplayed 2006 2LP With Insert. more
New - LP - B0025134-01
Sealed 2017 2LP Original Housed In A Tri-Fold Cover With Genuine Braille Front And Back. Also Includes Five Lithographs. A Decade Into Her Career, Rihanna Remains A Hypnotic Presence. Brooding, Erotic, And Deceptively Diverse, Anti Coolly Jumps From Oozing Slow Jams ("Kiss It Better") To Bubbling Pop Confections (The Futurist Dancehall-Lite Drake Collaboration "Work") To Serrated Experiments (The Vaguely Industrial "Woo") And Throwback Comfort Food ("Love On The Brain," "Higher"). As Always, Her Voice Remains The Star, With Charisma Pouring Like Smoke Out Of The Speakers. “By The End Of Anti, Rihanna May Not Arrive At Any Definitive Conclusions About Her Art But She's Allowed Herself To Be Unguarded And Anti-Commercial, Resulting In Her Most Compelling Record To Date." — Allmusic more
Good Girl Gone Bad
Used - LP - B0008968
2007 2LP Vinyl With Custom Hype Sticker And Insert. more
Good Girl Gone Bad
Used - LP - B0008968
2007 2LP Original With Custom Insert. Both LPs Appear Glossy. Features The Hit "Umbrella" With Jay-Z. Black Marker Slash Over Bar Code. more
Good Girl Gone Bad
New - LP - 107881
Sealed, Out Of Print 2007 Original With Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink. Features The Hit "Umbrella" With Jay-Z. more
Good Girl Gone Bad: The Remixes
New - LP - B0012603
Sealed 2009 Original With Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink. more
Music Of The Sun
Used - LP - 82617
2005 2LP With Insert. New, Unplayed. more
Music Of The Sun
New - LP - B0004937
Sealed 2005 2LP Original With Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink. more
Rated R
New - LP - B0025455-01
Sealed, Latest Repress Of The Original 2017 Release. ""Russian Roulette," Released Weeks Prior To Rated R, Just Hinted At Rihanna's Sudden Desire To Provoke. Even With The Realization That It Is Metaphorical, The Song Startles With Its Hesitant Gasps, Spinning Cylinders, And Verses That Are Glacially Paced, Where A Cold Piano Line And The Slight Inflections In Rihanna's Voice Are Front And Center. And Then There’s An Audible Shudder Followed By A Discharged Bullet -- The Abrupt End To One Of Rated R’s Most Restrained Moments. It’s Not The Only Instance Where Rihanna’s Rise In Fame, Combined With Being The Victim In The Decade’s Highest-profile Felonious Assault, Added Up To A Perfect-storm Scenario For A Creative Overhaul. Rated R Is More Like Good Girl Gone Evil, Or Abused Girl Full Of Vengeful Rage, Not Good Girl Gone Bad, Where The Only Casualties Were Some Dishes. The Closest The Set Gets To Upbeat Pop Is “rude Boy,” And By Any Standard It Is Stern; Needless To Say, There Is Quite A Difference Between “can You Get It Up?” And “you Can Stand Under My Umbrella.” Much Of This Daring Album Is Absolutely Over The Top, Bleak And Sleek Both Lyrically And Sonically, But It’s Compelling, Filled With As Many Memorably Belligerent Lines -- Two Of Which, “i Pitch With A Grenade/swing Away If Ya Feeling Brave” And “i’m Such A Fuckin’ Lady,” Set The Tone Early On -- As A Rap Album Made Ripe For Dissection. “g4l,” Over A Low-slung And Sleek Production, Is The Most Fantastical Of All, In Which Rihanna Leads A Band Of Homicidal Women, Opening With “i Lick The Gun When I’m Done ‘cause I Know That Revenge Is Sweet” And “any Mothaf*cka Wanna Disrespect/playin’ With Fire Finna Get You Wet.” The Breakup Song, “fire Bomb,” Even Though It Is Also Metaphorical, Is A Close Second In Terms Of Lyrical Extremity: “i Just Wanna Set You On Fire So I Won’t Have To Burn Alone.” Some Of The Breathers -- The Songs That Are Less Intense -- Hold The Album Back Since Rihanna Sounds Detached From Them. The One Exception Is The Wistful, Bittersweet “photographs,” A Rare Instance Of The Singer Dropping Her Guard, But It Really Sticks Out Since It Is Surrounded By Material That Has Her Taking The Variably Authentic Roles Of Abused Lover, Dominatrix, And Murderer. Whether The Album Seems Ridiculous Or Spectacular (Or Both), Rihanna's Complete Immersion In The Majority Of The Songs Cannot Be Disputed. That Is The One Thing That Is Not Up For Debate." AMG Review By Andy Kellman. more
Talk That Talk
New - LP - B0025456-01
Sealed, Latest Press Of The First Vinyl Issue From 2017. Housed In A Gatefold Jacket. Album First Released In 2011. "Despite Sounding Rushed To Capitalize On Fourth Quarter Sales, 2010’s Loud Proved That Rihanna’s Reign Indeed Would Not Let Up. The Album’s First Three Singles Topped The Hot 100. A Fourth One Merely Went Top Ten. Just As Loud Was Losing Its Grip, During The Fourth Quarter Of 2011, Rihanna Fired Again With Another Number One Single, “We Found Love” -- Its Success More Likely Due To The Singer’s Ecstatic Vocal Than Calvin Harris' Shrill, Plinky Production. While Talk That Talk Is Built Like Another Singles-Chart-Devouring Machine, It’s Both More Rounded And Less Random Than Loud. “We Found Love” And “Where Have You Been” -- The Latter With A Quote From Geoff Mack's “I’ve Been Everywhere” And Echoes Of The Chorus From Adele’s “Rolling In The Deep” -- Function As Place-holding Dance Tracks, And There Are A Couple Empty Anthems And Ballads In The Drippy “We All Want Love” And The Bombastic “farewell.” It’s The Darker And Dirty-Minded Material That Tends To Be Most Effective -- Where Rihanna Is More Alive And Believable, Where Her Collaborators Provide The Most Adventurous Productions. In The Bangladesh-Produced “Cockiness (Love It),” One Of The Most Hypnotic And Wicked Beats Of The Last Decade, Rihanna Absolutely Relishes The Chance To Sing-Taunt “Suck My Cockiness, Swallow My Persuasion.” Two Of Stargate And Esther Dean's Three Contributions -- The Desperate, XX-Sampling “Drunk On Love“ (“Nothing Can Sober Me Up”) And The Prowling “Roc Me Out” -- Pack More Sleek Menace Than Rated R's “g4l” And Loud’s “s&m.” The Album’s Best Track, However, Is The Wholly Sweet And Flirtatious “Watch N’ Learn,” Featuring A Dizzying Hit-Boy Beat -- Rat-A-Tat Snares, Swirling/Swelling Synthesizers, Irresistible Plucked Melodies -- That Is Even More Unique In The Context Of 2011 Pop Radio Than His Work On Kanye West And Jay-Z's “Ni**as In Paris.” Behind Good Girl Gone Bad And Rated R, This Is Rihanna's Third Best Album To Date. Minus The Fluff, It's Close To The Latter's Equal." AMG Review By Andy Kellman. more

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