Free Stuff


Listen to the full album 11 days before release. Pre-order the album during the event and receive a silk-screened poster for free, right then & there!
At the following Bull Moose locations only: Brunswick, Windham, Portland, Bangor, Scarborough and Portsmouth.

Delta Spirit Into The Wide LP- first to find wins a copy!

Delta Spirit are releasing a new album Into The Wide tonight at midnight and to celebrate, all 11 bull moose locations will be giving away 1 copy of the album on clear, limited edition 180g 2xLPDelta Spirit!

All you have to do is be the first to find it! All free copies are marked with a note on the front and a blue sticker on the back!

Good luck, and here is a helpful hint…check the vinyl section..

If you miss out, don’t worry we have Into the Wide for cheap only $9.97 on CD & $21.97 for the LP!


Pre-order Pugwash and get an autographed trading card

If you are a fan of smart power pop, particularly bands like XTC, Jellyfish, The Move or any of the great groups who inspired them, you will love Pugwash.

Now that you lPugwash_Rose_OV-100-180x180ove Pugwash as much as I do, be one of the first 133 people to pre-order their upcoming CD, A Rose In a Garden of Weeds, and you’ll get a 1970s-1980s trading card autographed by the band. This offer is good in all Bull Moose locations and on

Lando Calrissian, Bones & Kirk, Chewie, The Joker, & Phoebe Cates. What is Jerry Garcia doing here?

Is that cute hairy thing in the middle an Ewok or Jerry Garcia?

Here is a sample of the trading cards you might receive. We’ve got Star Wars, Raiders of The Lost Ark, Star Trek, Batman, Gremlins, The Empire Strikes Back, plus some truly random stuff like Grateful Dead trading cards.


Black Keys Listening Events!

The Black Keys new album Turn Blue will be in stores this Tuesday (only $9.97!). To celebrate, our Brunswick, North Windham, & Portsmouth locations will be holding listening parties leading up to the midnight sale! Starting at 11PM on Monday 5/12 – swing by one of those 3 locations, and hear the album in full (on LP, from a test pressing ) before you can buy it – get hooked up with free goodies, buttons & posters, and you could even win the Black Keys test pressing or a canvas print!Image

Jaco – Official Film of Record Store Day 2014


TO CELEBRATE,  OMNIVORE RECORDINGS RELEASES MODERN AMERICAN MUSIC… PERIOD! – A Record Store Day Exclusive Chronicling Pastorius’ Milestone 1976 Criteria Studios Sessions

Hand-in-hand with Omnivore Recording’s impending Record Store Day release of  eleven staggering tracks unearthed from Jaco Pastorius’ Criteria Studios sessions in 1976 on Modern American Music… Period! comes word that a documentary film about the life of the undisputed late bass genius, simply titled Jaco, is in the works.

Directed by Stephen Kijak and Paul Marchand and produced by Metallica’s Robert Trujillo and John Battsek, the documentary has been chosen be The Official Film of Record Store Day 2014.

The official poster of Record Store Day 2014, available free while supplies last.

The official poster of Record Store Day 2014, available free while supplies last.

Trujillo couldn’t be more enthusiastic about the association with the event. “Record Store Day is a celebration of our youth, and beyond. It’s the power of memories fueled by this magic (usually) black vinyl disc. There’s a reason why Record Store Day is making people Head Bang, Rock Out, Relax, and simply Smile. It’s all about the joy and power of words, music and sound, not to mention the dynamic range of visual art that goes hand in hand with a record cover, jacket, or sleeve; and you might even get a poster. (Trust me, I still have most of my original vinyl)” (He was right about the poster—the image above will become the Official Record Store Day Poster of 2014, and will be given away as part of the celebration at select stores, while supplies last.)

And Mary Pastorius, Jaco’s daughter, shares, I ended up becoming a music/record/record store addict, as a teen in the ’80s–and it all started with my dad’s record collection back in the early 70’s. At three and four years old I would fall asleep inches away from the record player–wearing those big-ass back-in-the-day headphones on my head–listening to stuff like Stevie Wonder’s Talking Book, EW&F’s That’s The Way Of The World, or The Supremes Greatest Hits. (All of which I still have). Then I have the memories of being at Peaches (which was THE record store in S. Fla) with him for the Jaco Pastorius (the first solo album) record release party. They had a “walk of fame” there and we put our handprints in cement, Hollywood style. They also put a huge painting of that album with that iconic picture of him, up on the outside of the building, where it stayed for many years- which I drove by many times, and was greeted by the many times when I would go in to buy records myself.” 

Record Store Day’s Michael Kurtz adds: “I fell in love with Jaco Pastorius in 1976 when I heard Weather Report’s Black Market being played in my local record store. In 1977 I caught the band on its Heavy Weather tour and heard Jaco perform live. It was like I had been exposed to a force bigger than life. Performing on the Fender bass he’d personally stripped of frets, Jaco propelled the band with ferocity and finesse. He was shirtless, with an axe bold as love.”

The Omnivore release, produced in conjunction with the Pastorius estate and Trujillo, contains eleven tracks from the studio sessions a 22-year-old Pastorius and friends used to jam and experiment. Some of the tracks made it on to his 1976 debut, but some remained unreleased until now. In addition, Modern American Music…Period! will include essays from Trujillo and Pastorius biographer Bill Milkowski.

Kurtz effuses  “… it is a dream come true to be a part of helping Omnivore unearth and release the recording of a very young Jaco performing with his own band in Miami’s Criteria Studios.”

According to Trujillo: Omnivore’s release of Jaco Pastorius’ ‘Criteria Sessions’ is a raw unique statement — a statement that lets you know you are experiencing a powerful historical musical moment. Jaco’s sound, and facility alone, takes you on a trip that is totally new and fresh! This is punk at it’s best, and the attitude and edge is pure.”