I got the first four Ramones records when we did the draft to divvy up TomAz's collection in 2006. Those were the days.
Was in SLO over the weekend and stopped by a few stores:
Soft Cell - Non-Stop Ecstatic Dancing
Augustus Pablo - King Tubbys Meets Rockers Uptown
Depeche Mode - Get The Balance Right! Combination Mix 12"
V/A: Those Shocking Shaking Days. Indonesian Hard, Psychedelic, Progressive Rock And Funk: 1970 - 1978
V/A: Attack of the Killer B's
Dropped by Burger's 50% off sale and picked up some solo Beatles LPs I would have usually brushed off:
Walls and Bridges
Sometime in New York City
They were originally priced higher than they should have been, but they're also in great condition.
Hey guys. For anyone interested...Selling a used Demon Days Vinyl on ebay. It's in really good shape. Price shouldn't go as high as most of them go far. it's at $114 right now.
I picked up The Talking Heads - Stop Making Sense at Rhino the other day. I love it.
[SIZE=2]April 9th - The Residents at the Regent Theater
April 23rd - Parov Stelar at Club Nokia
May 2nd - Tortoise at the Teragram Ballroom
May 6th -*Sunn O)))*at the Regent Theater
May 7th - Melvins, Melt Banana at the Troubadour
May 16th - Brötzmann/Adasiewicz/Edwards/Noble at Zebulon
ATP Iceland, July 1-3, 2016*
FYF Fest, August 27-28, 2016*/SIZE]
I have a few of the picture discs that come packaged in tight, thick, clear plastic sleeves. I'm worried about the plastic breaking down. Is this a problem? What is a good alternative?
Synthetic ID - White Walls EP
Smashing Pumpkins - Blissed
I had forgotten all about the Pumpkins flexi. They sent it to compensate people who preordered the Gish/Siamese Dream reissues that were delayed. I just found my copy recently. Neat.
My friend just surprised me with a belated birthday gift. It's a box of 30 cd's from the Hydra Head fire sale.
Seems like an amazing, diverse array of gear here for me to work my way through. Quite a lot I have never come across before :
Jesu - Why Are We Not Perfect ?
Jesu - Conqueror
Clouds - We Are Above You
Bergraven - Dodsuisioner
Cusp - Everlovely Lighteningheart
The VSS - Nervous Circuits
Cave In - Tides Of Tomorrow
Logh - A Sunset Panorama
Daughters - S/T
Eugene Robinson - Fight
Agoraphobic Nosebleed - Pop Torpedo
Dalek - Deadverse Massive Vol I
Greymachine - Disconnected
The Austerity Program - Black Madonna
Steve Bredsley - The Black Ribbon Award
Harvey Milk - S/T
Knut - Alter
Ocrilim - Annwn
The Hugenots - S/T
Drawing Voices S/T
Cave In - Perfect Pitch Black
Daughters - Hell
Torche - Songs For Singles
Clouds - Legendary Demo
Gridlink - Amber Grey
Hayaino Daisuki - Headbangers Karaoke Club
Cavity - Laid Insignificant
Coalesce - There's Nothing New Under The Sun
Defective Epitaph - Xasthur
Kayo Dot - Blue Lambency Downward
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Not purchases, but presents from Xmas:
Little Dragon - Ritual Union
Pulp - His n Hers reissue
Emmy the Great & Tim Wheeler - This is Christmas
12/16-18 Day for Night
:/ well I learned a couple important lessons about Discogs .
1) Do not go on when your drunk.
2) When buying always check out the sellers profile.
I got ripped off trying to buy Funcrusher Plus
Iggy Pop & The Stooges - Raw Power
Hank Williams - Legendary Country Singers
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds - Let Love In
They were scratch and dent copies up there a week or two ago.
Picked up this 7" last night Less than 100 copies left!
http://jacobbannon.com/possessRevelator is the somber vision of musician Ben Chisholm, who is also a full time member of Chelsea Wolfe. Recording under the name "White Horse" since 2010, he has released a number of highly praised experimental solo recordings including "Final Coordinates" and "The Revenant Gospels I, II, and III". Sighting other artists working under that same moniker, the name was eventually put out to pasture in 2012. With this fresh start, Revelator offers "Net of Gems", a melancholic and haunting song driven by a wash of electronics, throbbing percussion, spiraling piano and subtle guitar work. He effortlessly constructs a sonic world which conjures up delicate hallucinogenic visions akin to a spry Pink Floyd, but darker and more ethereal.
Wear Your Wounds is the product of years of solo experimentation by founding Converge member Jacob Bannon. Picking up where his avante-garde projects Irons and Supermachiner left off, "Adrift In You" quickly builds into a hook laden storm of sound. Subtle electronics, massive guitars, and huge percussion swirl as poignant vocals call from the eye of it all. Bringing to mind the stark sounds of Swans, Killing Joke, My Bloody Valentine, and other like minded artists.
Low Level Owl by The Appleseed Cast has been reissued and is available now. So excited to finally get this on vinyl and as an added bonus it's one of the best looking pressings I have seen.
The SBTRKT LIVE album that was released digitally today is getting a limited (500) LP/DVD pressing and is available for preorder on the Young Turks website for a February release. Came out to $50 after conversion for shipping to the US....ugh.