British or US tracklists?
Does anyone here have the Massive Attack Mezzanine reissue, and is it worth the ridiculous price tag?
November 18 - Slayer
November 19 - eyehategod
December 4 - Behemoth
January 30 - Behemoth
February 3 - Zola Jesus
February 6 - Sleep
Yup. And it's a good question. Personally, I'm always torn when it comes to this. For example, UK Rubber Soul has "Drive My Car" and "Nowhere Man" but not "I've Just Seen a Face." I go back & forth. UK Revolver, however, is the far superior version to me.
stupid record companies.
I just think they should be heard in whichever way sounds better overall. For Rubber Soul there's a strong argument to be made for the US press, as the way it arranges songs makes for a stronger, more fullfilled sounding release. I'd agree with Greg.
Doc Daneeka - Walk On In
Sean Sanders - Nervous Job EP
Tiger & Woods - Tool Kit for Winter Fitness
Ital - Workshop 18
Yellow Eyes - The Desert Mourns
Their label: http://www.sibirrecords.com/. I believe there were only 100 US copies and 100 Euro copies though.
Still in stock through the Danish label they partnered with: http://deadsection.dk/store/?product...-12-us-edition
Definitely get both if you can. It is well worth it. Ordering from overseas sucks, but at least doing it in bulk takes a bit of the sting out.
Thrift store today:
Hank Williams - 40 Greatest Hits
The Supremes - Live at the Copa
Count Basie - Greatest Hits
Herbie Hancock - Sunlight
Rod Stewart - Gasoline Alley (and I get home to find that the previous owner kept his copy of Sing It Again Rod in the same jacket. Two for one!)
Gherkin Jerks - Stomp the Beat
Gherkin Jerks - 1990
Plez - Can't Stop
DJ Rashad - I Don't Give a Fuck
Glenn Branca - Lesson No. 1
Drexciya - Journey of the Deep Sea Dweller II
VA - L.I.E.S. presents: Music for Shut-Ins
I slept on that reissue of Ascension...are there still copies available anywhere?
I suppose I could just go on Discogs and figure that out for myself.
Nevermind, found it easy enough. Ordered.
Got it direct from the label for $25 w/ shipping. Stoked.
I will report back shortly with the verdict on the repress of Lesson No. 1.
Bryan, Lesson No. 1 sounds and looks great. Still need to listen to the new track with Thurston Moore/Lee Ranaldo on the extra plate, but the original EP sounds awesome.
Ovens - Ovens
It may be easier to just list the CDs/LPs you have not bought.
Hahaha. I don't have many other hobbies.
I am selling a bunch of records that I don't want anymore. I'm listing most of them for sale on Discogs as well. If you want more information, feel free to PM me for details/make offers/whatever. Should someone want to buy something, I would prefer to go through Discogs so I can start getting some seller feedback on there.
Here is what I have listed for the time being. I'll be adding more when I feel motivated. All are LPs. Some selections might disappear as I relisten to things if I decide I want to keep them, but the odds of that are pretty slim.
Aias - A La Piscina (limited version, #22)
Air Waves - Dungeon Dots
Francis Ashby - Ashby Country
Peter Astor - Submarine
Devendra Banhart - White Reggae Troll
Beach House - Devotion (first press on Carpark)
Beach Fossils - Beach Fossils (limited version, #13 or 130, hard to tell)
Beach Fossils - What a Pleasure (red vinyl)
Best Coast - The Only Place (first press with booklet)
Blank Dogs - Land and Fixed (limited version, #302)
Bram Tchaikovsky - Strange Man, Changed Man
Neneh Cherry & The Thing - The Cherry Thing
Circulatory System - Signal Morning (white vinyl)
Terrence Trent D'Arby - Introducing the Hardline...
Bart Davenport - Palaces
Destruction Unit - Void
Dignan Porch - Tendrils
Dignan Porch - Deluded (blue vinyl)
The Dutchess and the Duke - She's the Dutchess, He's the Duke
El Rego - El Rego Et Ses Commandos (LP + 7")
Dave Edmunds - Tracks on Wax
Eggs - Teenbeat 96 Exploder
The Explorers Club - Freedom Wind
Fungi Girls - Some Easy Magic (gold vinyl)
A Joint Effort - Final Effort
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