Finally got my Warp represses:
Aphex Twin - I Care Because You Do
Aphex Twin - Richard D. James Album
I placed an order for this the other day
Boris & 8 more Japanese bands tribute to My Bloody Valentine: http://inoxia-rec.com/shop/index.php...roducts_id=905
Ooooo pink moon
Caribou @The Fillmore 03/01/15
The Pop Group @ GAMH 03/11/15
Swans @ Terminal West 03/28/15
Electric Wizard @ Slims 04/17/15
Acid Mother Temple @ BOTM 04/18/15
Faith No More @ the Warfield 04/20/15
John Zorn @ UCLA 05/02/15
Will Bulter @ Slims 05/26/15
Neutral Milk Hotel @ Pappy & Harriets 05/30/15
Mariah Carey @ Caesars palace 06/??/14
Went digging in Petaluma today and for $29 I picked up:
Nick Lowe - Labour of Lust
Bobby Whitlock - S/T
The Temptations - Live at the Copa
Ray Charles - Ray Charles (Coronet Records, not the Atlantic record of the same name)
Johnny Rivers - At the Whiskey a Go Go
Warren Zevon - Excitable Boy
Guttermouth - Friendly People
Isaac Hayes - Shaft
Johnny Cash - Live at Folsom Prison
Johnny Cash - This is Johnny Cash
Allman Brothers Band - Eat a Peach
CCR - The Royal Albert Hall Concert
Incidentally, I already have a nice copy of "Labour of Lust," so I'll sell that cheap to anyone who's interested. Probably my favorite Rockpile record; this and Dave Edmunds' "Repeat When Necessary" are so good.
awesome. that needs to be played at a record club.
Terry Malts/Dead Angle - Shit Split
Funny that dude was asking about a good turntable to get and ods.. mentioned he had a Music Hall mmf-2.2. I finally bought mine about a week ago and it showed up today! Probably the biggest purchase I've ever made and I'm definitely hyped on this thing.
Yeah i'm in love with mine too. It's so classy looking and it sounds great. I've gotta upgrade the cartridge sometime but for now it's still excellent.
Thanks Greg! ods... what pre-amp are you using? I've been looking at this but I'm wondering if I can get something just as good/better for less.
First batch of records I've bought in probably over a month:
Scott Walker - Bish Bosch
Enslaved - RIITIIR
Tim Hecker & Daniel Lopatin - Instrumental Tourist
Prurient - Bermuda Drain
Byetone - Symeta
Albert King - Born Under a Bad Sign
Chuck Berry - Chuck Berry's Golden Decade
Mahalia Jackson - Great Songs of Love and Faith
I went to a spot in Oakland today and cleaned the fuck up. It was my second most-insane dig ever, and I didn't even go near the jazz records. So stoked on what I came up with:
DJ Krust - Future Talk b/w Quiz Show
DJ Krust - Soul in Motion
Garret's Crew - Nasty Rock
Infiniti - Game One
LTJ Bukem - Demon's Theme b/w A Couple of Beats
Sa-Fire - Let Me Be The One
Air - 10,000 Hz Legend
Horace Andy - In the Light
Black Flag - Damaged
Grooverider - Mysteries of Funk
Missy Elliott - Under Construction
Infiniti - Skynet
Killing Joke - Killing Joke
Mantronix - Music Madness
Sea of Cortez - Age of Anxiety
Various Artists - Backstreet Brit Funk - The Re-Edits
Various Artists - Xen Cuts
Various Artists - The Kings of Drum + Bass (compiled by 4Hero & DJ Marky)
Various Artists - Metalheadz Box Set
Plus some mail order:
Terry Malts - Living with the Human Race b/w Over 21
Nu Sensae - Sundowning
Zig Zags - 10-12
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Is Damaged the OG Unicorn press? You have a serious set of shit there. That Missy Elliot record is hot fire.
Is that the spot you told me to check out? If so, I grabbed a first press (Columbia 1A) of On The Corner by Miles Davis from there. That place is golden.
No, this was a different spot. I had never heard of it before today. It was bizarre and completely awesome. I love Oakland.
Damaged is the first SST press unfortunately.
The biggest score was the Air record I think. I paid $10...looks like it is at least a ~$30 record on Discogs.
Nice. That is a total score. That Missy record is a score too at whatever price you paid for it. I got super lucky and found it for $4 about a year ago.
And the Black Flag stuff doesn't matter unless you get lucky enough to get a copy with the Anti-Parent sticker on the front. I have a Unicorn copy without the sticker, so what's the point.