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  1. Their career trajectory reminds me of Of Montreal, but worse.
  2. They didn't say what they could fill it with three times...
  3. Everyone knows records didn't exist 5 years ago. They only came out after people stopped listening to iPods.
  4. I think it only lasted into the second day. It's criminal a band like this needed over a day to move 250 copies when some crap sells out of 1,000+ runs in minutes or hours.
  5. I believe you're looking for the Oddest Places You've Seen Turntables for Sale discussion.
  6. For those of you that enjoy Fatboy Slim and/or eating things that aren't really food, you may now preorder a seven inch single inserted with a pleasant smelling piece of paper you can digest for only $19 (plus postage): http://www.pledgemusic.com/projects/fatboy-slim-eat-mash-rave-repeat A maximum of just 999 other people can enjoy the same sensory experience so be quick if you're curious.
  7. So, uh - this happened: http://www.rollingstone.com/music/news/chester-bennington-linkin-park-singer-dead-at-41-w493387
  8. This has "Newbury Comics Exclusive Variant" written all over it. I'd be shocked if there isn't one.
  9. Because deep down inside, every aspiring musician dreams of the day that their music is purchased by a massive throng of exactly one people.
  10. Really on the fence about the box. Sounds amazing but a big investment. Ah, choices...
  11. RARE! Muffuletta - VG+ bread/NM- Toppings, Only Bit Once, w/take-out bag - $25 Buy It Now
  12. It's thoughtful of Mondo to highlight Stan's little-known battle with vitiligo.
  13. I always thought it was a nice gesture for Stephen Hawking to provide guest vocals on that track.
  14. Obviously art is in the eye of the beholder and I won't begrudge anyone who likes him, but whenever I look at any of his prints all I can think of is he's capturing someone from the shoulders up in the middle of a contemplative bowel movement.