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    Quote Originally Posted by MrLobster View Post
    "Sweet Dreams =are made of this .>>" (1983 7" picture disc) by Eurythmics
    What a great B-side...


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    prick - s/t
    2017 (first) pressing on red/black marbled vinyl
    my wife and i listened to this last night while making dinner and reveled in how 90s it is, but still so good.

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    Finally had a chance to see PIG last night and managed to bump into Raymond after the show. He was really friendly and was happy for me that I had finally caught his band live. He signed my copy of WRECKED and even drew a little pig with a pitchfork on the cover.




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    So which of those three dudes is you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmtd View Post
    So which of those three dudes is you?
    he's the one on the right

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    Quote Originally Posted by eversonpoe View Post


    prick - s/t
    2017 (first) pressing on red/black marbled vinyl
    my wife and i listened to this last night while making dinner and reveled in how 90s it is, but still so good.
    Was talking about this in the Random NIN thread a few weeks ago, I believe.

    I loved this record when I discovered it shortly after it was released, and it still holds up for me today. That lilting piano melody in Makebelieve is ungodly great. Animal, Riverhead and Crack are also terrific cuts.

    I'm pretty sure that's TR singing background vocals on Other People, too..

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    "Live Necronomicon" showed up today. I'll get into listening to it tonight.

    **tonight's report**

    Yeah, I like it. Definitely more raw than "In Case You Didn't Feel Like Showing Up (Live)" and in that sense a different experience. There were a few fadeouts between tracks that seemed odd to me. Like we're missing something still...
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrLobster View Post
    "Live Necronomicon" showed up today. I'll get into listening to it tonight.
    Oh man, I hope mine showed up today too. I just emailed them earlier asking for a status update.

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    really loving the new Floating Points album



    Reflections (Mojave Desert)

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    Sisters of Mercy fans rejoice; looks like they're capping off the album box sets with Some Girls Wander By Mistake, which will include the 1992 Temple Of Love and Under The Gun singles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrLobster View Post
    "Live Necronomicon" showed up today. I'll get into listening to it tonight.

    **tonight's report**

    Yeah, I like it. Definitely more raw than "In Case You Didn't Feel Like Showing Up (Live)" and in that sense a different experience. There were a few fadeouts between tracks that seemed odd to me. Like we're missing something still...
    That would be the banter that Al speaks in between some songs, the dadist spoken word from, Jello Biafra, and the Revolting Cocks song Stainless Steel Providers (which can be found on another release in pretty high quality somewhere, can't remember which one right now).

    I didn't receive a tracking number for my order but my copy should be getting here soon, I hope.
    If you order it through Bandcamp you get to download a copy in different formats ahead of release which is quite nice and is holding me over till i get it in my hands.

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    some more of the jazz records i acquired from a friend, played last night



    duke ellington - new orleans suite



    the stan getz years on roost records, 2xLP

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    aaron turner & daniel menche - nox
    clear vinyl
    absolutely gorgeous



    daniel menche / william fowler collins - raised coils of the giant serpent of eternity / i heard only the eternal storm
    split LP on black vinyl

    got these little metal clip things at ikea and am using them to display the record i'm currently playing. trying to get the hang of taking pictures there, though, because i have to lean over my turntable. also got another 2x4 kallax (and all 8 door inserts) at ikea yesterday because my other SIXTEEN compartments are full.

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    @eversonpoe surely you have a record shop by you or something? You get so many records regularly it makes me mad I'm stuck always ordering online D:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Space Suicide View Post
    @eversonpoe surely you have a record shop by you or something? You get so many records regularly it makes me mad I'm stuck always ordering online D:
    while i do have a record store in my neighborhood, i only go there occasionally (because i usually walk out having spent around $100). almost all the records i get are online. i recently got a grab bag of 4 sige records titles on vinyl + a CD for only $23 including shipping. and of course that went up for sale two days after i had already ordered the aaron turner & daniel menche record haha.

    i literally don't spend money on anything but records. i barely ever buy clothes, we don't go out for drinks, we only occasionally go out for dinner. my tattoos are funded by my cat-sitting money, which i consider entirely separate. so all of my disposable income from my main job goes to records. it would probably be nice if i didn't buy quite as many so i could be saving a bit more money, but this is my one addiction. at least it's an investment, eh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by eversonpoe View Post
    while i do have a record store in my neighborhood, i only go there occasionally (because i usually walk out having spent around $100). almost all the records i get are online. i recently got a grab bag of 4 sige records titles on vinyl + a CD for only $23 including shipping. and of course that went up for sale two days after i had already ordered the aaron turner & daniel menche record haha.

    i literally don't spend money on anything but records. i barely ever buy clothes, we don't go out for drinks, we only occasionally go out for dinner. my tattoos are funded by my cat-sitting money, which i consider entirely separate. so all of my disposable income from my main job goes to records. it would probably be nice if i didn't buy quite as many so i could be saving a bit more money, but this is my one addiction. at least it's an investment, eh?
    Most of my disposable incomes goes to movies/tv series blu-rays, video games or records/CDs. So I'm with you on that.

    I got my Twin Peaks OST 2015 reissue vinyl in the mail. I'll take a photo and upload in my next photo dump.

    I just bought this beautiful thing



    Limited edition of 111 copies.
    Comes in heavy cardboard gatefold cover sleeve (with die-cut CD insert), with black inner sleeve featuring gold-foil printings and one-sided cardboard insert and hand-numbered with gold ink embossed Unholy Trinity logo.
    CD comes in black sleeve with hand-stamped Behemoth logo.
    Also in spirits after my show on Thursday, I said fuck it and just went ahead buying more for my record collection. Recently bought 4 more Behemoth additions besides above. 2015 RSD Gold press of Pandemonic Incantations, 2009 clear press of The Apostasy (with the Ezkaton EP), the exclusive Xiadz EP and the standard press for The Satanist. Cannot wait for these. I've wanted them for ages but held off and after seeing the band for the first time I said why not now?
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    My last post ties into my most recent purchase, which is by far the most expensive vinyl press I've put money down on. OOP and totally scarce. I'll post about it and shed light when I receive it.

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