Porterhouse Prime Vinyl is a collection of vinyl records that have endeared themselves to music fans since their release. Our goal is to keep these titles alive in their original format, preserved and upheld for all to listen to, hold and enjoy.

Wherever possible we have undertaken to reproduce these recordings with the best of today's mastering technology to give you pristine sound quality that surpasses the original pressings.

Prime Vinyl has also attempted to recreate each album's artwork and lyric sheets as they were originally produced. The glory lives on in your hands every time you open up the record and slide it onto your turntable.

Long Live Vinyl!

Urge Overkill – "Saturation" – PHR-2015

Re­Mastered 180 Gram 12" Vinyl

Originally Released 1993

Produced by: Butcher Bros., Andy Kravitz

Recorded At: Lew Blum Midway Studios, Chicago, IL; Studio 4, Philadelphia, PA

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"When they hit the major labels, Urge Overkill followed through on their promise with the blistering Saturation. It's stadium rock by clever post-punkers who are smart enough to not let their carefully crafted image interfere with the music. Every one of the 12 songs is a killer, from the outlandish menace of "Stalker" to the moving ballad "Back on Me," as well as the tongue-in-cheek "Woman 2 Woman" and the radio hit "Sister Havana."

Stephen Thomas Erlewine, All Music

Circle Jerks – "Wonderful" – PHR-2014

Re­Mastered 180 Gram 12" Vinyl

Originally Released 1985

Produced by: Karat Faye

Recorded At: Crystal Studios, Hollywood, CA

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All – "Pummel" – PHR-2013

Re­Mastered 180 Gram 12" Vinyl

Originally Released 1995

Produced by: John Agnello

Recorded At: Ardent Recording, Memphis, TN;
Blasting Room, Ft. Collins, CO

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The Gun Club – "Fire of Love" – PHR-2012

Re­Mastered 180 Gram 12" Vinyl

Originally Released 1981

Produced by: Chris D. & Tito Larriva

Recorded At: Quad Teck and Studio America,
Los Angeles, CA. 1981

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"The songs become rock & roll ciphers, erasing themselves as soon as they speak, heading off into the whirlwind of a storm that is so big, so black, and so awful one cannot meditate on anything but its power."

Thom Jurek, All Music