Merzbow - Samidara LP
Hopefully it doesn't suck
Merzbow - Samidara LP
Hopefully it doesn't suck
Co-worker gave me a copy of Nat King Coles Nature boy on vinyl that she found digging through some old stuff for my birthday on Tuesday. One of my favorite songs of all time and now I has eet!
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Film score must buy
You can see album artwork here http://badassdigest.com/2013/07/19/m...imited-editionMondo is thrilled to announce the limited edition vinyl release of a compilation of selections from five different Studio Ghibli films, featuring performances from the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra. Studio Ghibli Kokyo Kyokushu will include selections from PRINCESS MONONOKE, SPIRITED AWAY, HOWL’S MOVING CASTLE, THE CAT RETURNS, & MY NEIGHBORS THE YAMADAS. This collaboration was an especially exciting project for Mondo to be able to release this album for the first time ever on vinyl. Studio Ghibli Kokyo Kyokushu will be available for purchase on July 26 at mondotees.com.
There will be three different collectible versions of this album, each featuring a different piece of artwork from renowned Mondo artist, Tyler Stout, capturing elements from all five films across the Gatefold 2XLP packaging. One version, showcasing HOWL’S MOVING CASTLE, a with traditional Japanese Obi and all Japanese text, will premiere at the 2013 San Diego Comic-Con. Each album will also include two different colored vinyl as followed:
HOWL’S MOVING CASTLE (Japanese Variant) – Purple & Pink vinyl
PRINCESS MONONOKE – Red & Blue vinyl
SPIRITED AWAY – Yellow & Green vinyl
1. Chapter One – The Legend of Ashitaka
2. Chapter Four – Princess Mononoke
3. Chapter Eight – Ashitaka And San
4. The Theme of My Neighbors The Yamadas – Orchestral Version
5. Takashi And Matsuko’s Tango – Sinfonico
6. Always With Me – Orchestral Version
7. A Mysterious World
8. The Moving Castle
9. War War War
10. Cave Of The Mind
11. The Baron
13. Haru’s Memories
Tracks 1-3 From Symphonic Suite Princess Mononoke
Tracks 4-5 From My Neighbors The Yamadas – Classical Album
Tracks 7-10 From Howl’s Moving Castle – Image Symphonic Suite
Tracks 11-13 From The Cat Returns – Original Soundtrack Album
Took one last trip up to Vinyl Planet in Petaluma today with Salah before they close in a month. Spent a whopping $15.
The Isley Brothers - The Heat Is On
Derek & the Dominos - In Concert
Duke Ellington - At Newport (like-new og 50s press)
Sviatoslav Richter - Recital: A Live Concert Recording
Taj Mahal - Giant Step
CCR - Green River
Frank Sinatra - Strangers in the Night (og mono)
Allman Bros. Band - Eat a Peach
Some dude in Costa Mesa is unloading his (or an old record store's?) collection. He's selling each record for five bucks. There were some LPs I paid too much for in the past.
Anyway, just picked up:
some repress of A Love Supreme
a Lenny Bruce album
and the soundtrack to The Shining.
The Shining soundtrack is going for at least $40 on discogs.
Bored on a Saturday night question:
Any of you got a record that you have no reason to own (duplicate, a comp where you have all the tracks on individual releases, shitty album) but that you'll never get rid of due to an awesome story or sentimental reason? Tell me your story.
This came up in my mind because I just put on my copy of Weirdo Rippers by No Age. I own the first five EPs and thus have no reason to have a copy of Weirdo Rippers in addition. However, when I was just head over heels for the band, I went to Ooga Booga, a tiny artsy store in LA's Chinatown where the band would frequently put their shit. This was well after all the early stuff had sold out, but I had a feeling I'd be able to find a copy of Weirdo Rippers there, back when I didn't have the EPs and really wanted to be able to spin some of those songs. Lo and behold, I see the bootleg cover that was the album's release, a white sleeve with a badly cut and badly pasted small version of the album art (black and white) off-center in the front. I grabbed the record and was distraught to find that there was no actual record inside the empty sleeve. I asked the dude at the counter what the deal was, and he told me he could hold the sleeve and see if he could track down the record for me. A week later, I dropped by to see if they had any luck with the search. The clerk handed me the sleeve, now with a record in it. I pulled it out and noticed a chunk missing out of the lead-in groove. He said, "Yeah, dude, Dean told me he found this in his closet and when he grabbed it his dog bit that out. Sorry man, but I'll take two bucks off." It didn't hurt the play, and it's one of the coolest records I own even if I have every song from it in different places.
Made the trip over to Zia a few days ago.
David Bowie - Hunky Dory
Teddy Pendergrass - Life is A Song Worth Singing
Teddy Pendergrass - Teddy
Isaac Hayes - Hot Buttered Soul
I made an Offer for this album for a lesser amount and they accepted it.
The Dillinger Escape Plan featuring Mike Patton - Irony is A Dead Scene
One last shopping trip overseas. Should be my last for awhile.
Blawan - Bohla EP
Burial - Truant EP
Burial + Four Tet - Moth/Wolf Cub
Diamond Version EP5
Max Cooper & Nicolas Bougaieff - Movements EP
Omar S - Thank You For Letting Me Be Myself Part 1
Voldelpark - California Analog Dream (The Robag Wruhme Remixes)
Look at how coked out he is here:
I also have like all the originals and like 2 represses of Throbbing Gristle albums because that is literally the first section I try and find in every record store. I've got 3 copies of D.O.A. the Third and Final Report just because I got the Italian version and the Industrial version and the repress. I just like how on the Italian version the vinyl is cut so that each track looks equal length on the record surface. And the UK version I like having because I imagine Ian Curtis having the same one hahah. And the repress because it sounds good.
Minutemen - Double Nickels On The Dime
Titus Andronicus - The Monitor
The Replacements - Let It Be (Expanded)
Baths - Obsidian
New Order - Power, Corruption, & Lies
Studio Ghibli compilation on sale now. One version already sold out so get on it if it's your thing.
Pet Shop Boys - Electric LP
Did some shopping at the record store near my moms
David Bowie - Station to Station
The Gun Club - The Las Vegas Story
Lou Reed - Berlin
Minutemen - What Makes A Man Start Fires?
The Pontiac Brothers - Doll Hut (suggested by the the guy who worked there, former guitarist of the Gun Club's band)
The Gun Club - Death Party! (French Import)
Question on maintenance for everyone. Do you use outer plastic sleeves for all vinyl art or just select older more worn covers?
Yeah not a very clear question. It wouldve been better to ask if outer plastic sleeves do anything more then protect the vinyl cover. I have quite a few 12" singles/promos/eps with generic covers currently in plastic sleeves which I'm now questioning the purpose for doing so. Of course im just putting more thought and effort into this then it would to order more sleeves from amazon.
The best way to keep dust out of a record is every time you put it away turn the inner sleeve so the opening is facing up and then turn the cover with the LP in it so the opening is facing up in the plastic sleeve.
I don't use a plastic sleeve for the generic plain white covers but for everything else yes.
Bought some records after work.
Keith Hudson - Nuh Skin Up
Laughing Hyenas - Hard Times
Hank Mobley - Roll Call
Lee Morgan - The Sidewinder
Wayne Shorter - Night Dreamer
The Walkabouts - Cataract
Yeah, I was stoked to find that. Definitely made some money on that purchase.