Bob and Barbara – Self Titled Cassette Tape
$5 – Bob and Barbara – Self-titled Cassette Tape
Business Deal Records, 2009
Amazing lo-fi, noise rocks all over the fireplace in a very limited edition, first release. This cassette tape will actually dust off your jambox for you when its rocking your hat off with its mean piano riffs and 2009 electric technology instruments. A must have for all Bob and Barbara fans!
Business Deal Records Compilation -Top 40 Songs of 2005
$5, Business Deal Records Compilation
2005, Business Deal Records
Business Deal’s Top 40 Songs of 2005 only gets better with age. All your favorite bands are here including Gene Defcon, Cavedweller, Hard Rock Zombie, Fart Face, The Old Timerz, Maya Bond, Teenage Dog, Fishboy and many more. Hurry while supplies last as we don’t have plans to make anymore of these. You’re gonna wish you had bought this when we’re all dead. Read a review of this album.
Business Deal Records Compilation -Business Deal Band Lotto
$10, Business Deal Records Compilation
2009, Business Deal Records
Nine bands formed by random selection have come together to produce this comp. Instruments were also selected at random, as were song topics. The idea was hatched as a long term experimental project to promote the formation of new sounds, songs friends and bands. Read a review of this album.
Cavedweller – Shapes Have Fangs 7 inch record
$7.50 – Cavedweller / Shapes Have Fangs, 7 inch
2009, Business Deal Records
7 inch vinyl split record with two new and unheard songs by Shapes Have Fangs and Cavedweller. Each side holds the respective songs by each band. First 7 inch recording for both bands. Limited amounts and only available through businessdealrecords.com. Price includes shipping!
Cavedweller – Gone to Seed / Tape
$6 – Cavedweller – Gone to Seed / Tape
2009, Instincto Records
Cavedweller‘s latest release from INSTINCTO RECORDS, an Austin, Texas based record label. The album is entitled, “Gone to Seed / Tape“. That’s right, it will ONLY be released on tape cassette at this time. You can expect 15 new songs over 42 minutes of classic lo-fi recordings. For sale here and on Business Deal Records featuring the song, “Poison” and many others. Purchase the cassette here for six dollars including shipping and handling. Very limited amounts of this tape were produced so get it while you can.
Cavedweller – The Best Version of Gloria Ever There Was
$12, Cavedweller – The Best Version of Gloria Ever There Was
2007, Business Deal Records / The Temple
Cavedweller’s latest album released in 2007. “Gloria is concerned with folk’s dusty past (check “It’s All Over, David Blue”). On “I’m Retired”: “I live by the highway; it stretches on forever.” And later: “I’m only 22, and I don’t mind dying. I have a cobra snake around my neck for style.” The harmonies are beautiful. “Eyez” is another standout, with its bizarre Fifties love swoon (“Don’t you know you have pinkeye, little girl?”), and the handclap swagger of “Black Black Magic” is totally T. Rex, especially when the electric guitar comes in and melts faces. “Steppingwolfe” is the most vibeadelic, all strumming strings and droned vocals.” -Audra Schroeder, The Austin Chronicle
Cavedweller – Sugary Glue and a Bow of Bees
2005, Meandering Way / Business Deal Records
Cavedweller – The Oldest Arm in 18 Parts
The Oldest Arm in 18 Parts
2001, Business Deal Records
Charles Potts Magic Windmill Band -The Golden Calves
$10 – Charles Potts Magic Windmill Band – The Golden Calves
2008, Business Deal Records / The Temple
The best punch lines are delivered with a straight face. The same sentiment holds true for the irreverent tales spun by Charles Potts Magic Windmill Band. Led by locals Travis Catsull and Cavedweller’s Dirk Michener, the self-coined “New York City-style experimental country” outfit howls like Ginsberg but with the off-kilter authenticity of Ween’s 12 Golden Country Greats. The Band’s literary bent throughout is surprisingly sharp and enjoyable. -Austin Powell of The Austin Chronicle Read more about this album.
Charles Potts Magic Windmill Band -Wyoming
$5 – Charles Potts Magic Windmill Band – Wyoming
2006, Business Deal Records / The Temple
The first 7 inch vinyl released by Business Deal Records. This is the “Wyoming” single, but it also has the live hit, “Run Johnny Run” and two rare songs they no longer play (Idalee and Hey Good Buddy). This was co-released with the Washington based poetry school, The Temple. Free CPMWB sticker with purchase. Wax on. Read more about CPMWB here.
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Pataphysics -Take a Look Out Your Window (2nd printing)
$12.00 – Pataphysics – Take A Look Out Your Window
2008 and 2010, Business Deal Records
The first full length album from Pataphysics. You get the 12 inch vinyl and a cd shipped directly to you! Includes songs like “Jesus, Grow a Handlebar Mustache For Me,” a cover of Red Krayola’s “Hurricane Fighterplane,” and features the Pataphysics band joined by members of YellowFever, Belaire, the Carrots, Cavedweller, and Voxtrot. The only way to get this right now is to email Pat himself and order a copy. Email: pataphysicsband (at) gmail.com
Preston Dukes – Amarillo by Midnight
$10.00 – Preston Dukes – Amarillo by Midnight
2008, Business Deal Records
The debut album from Preston Dukes features 12 tracks of American rock and roll. Hit songs Amarillo by Midnite and I’m on a Budget lend insight to their author as he explores the modern mind. Other tracks like Out of Jokes and Potpourri Stroke strike a social commentary that is at once humorous and cynical. Preston also put his phone number on the spine of the CD so you can call him and tell him what you think. Limited first run.
The Zom Zoms – Yellow Rainbow
$6 – The Zom Zoms – Yellow Rainbow
2006, Business Deal Records
If a cadre of savage geeks had commandeered a Brook Mays Organ store at the mall in 1981, the resulting disturbance might have resembled the Zom Zoms’ third album in both tone and attitude. With synthetic rhythms oscillating at full speed, the Twister-mat-patterned, sleeveless-shirt-wearing local quartet injects as much ferocity into primitive synth-punk as their vintage mechanism will bear. From start to finish, Yellow Rainbow is a breakneck fusillade of aural grist for the inner spaz. - Greg Beets, The Austin Chronicle