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  1. I’ve been holding off for the Cracker Barrel exclusive myself.
  2. FELT First 5 Albums Pre-order

    Most of these have floated way out of my price range over the past few years, it'll be nice to pick them up with slightly more down-to-Earth prices.
  3. If it’s even remotely possible to F something up, some American will find a way to do it.
  4. They figure with Trump having access to the nuclear codes, future royalties are meaningless so why not?
  5. SoundScan is gonna have a helluva time tracking sales of this one...
  6. I would oddly respect someone whose entire record collection consisted of nothing but an entire Ikea 4x4 shelving unit full of variants of this album.
  7. Not just that, but it’s never-ending. Think of the anniversary reissues next year, or in ten/twenty/fifty years. You’ll never be caught up. Plus, isn’t it only a matter of time before we start seeing /10, /5 or even /1 variants?
  8. Anakin records on sale.

    It’s a real stretch of faith to think anything good could be associated with that name...
  9. Vinyl Record Cataloging Site

    If you only buy your records from Amazon, you’ll have your collection neatly cataloged under “Your Past Orders.” Easy peasy lemon squeezy.
  10. The Mondo Records Thread - Nostalgia Cash Grab Edition.

    It’s the mystery of Mondo...
  11. The Mondo Records Thread - Nostalgia Cash Grab Edition.

    That checklist alone was going for $200.
  12. RSD Black Friday 2017 thread

    Seriously, has any band gotten as much Record Store Day mileage out of as little recorded material as Big Star? Even the Sex Pistols haven’t had as many demos, live recordings, box sets, etc culled from such little back catalog. At least the Flaming Lips and Kinks - who seem to release a half dozen records each RSD - have decades worth of recordings laying around.
  13. So I've come across a few albums over the years where there's mysterious pinholes in the corner underneath the shrink. I first spotted this on an old Alfred Hitchcock soundtrack I bought years ago where I noticed about a dozen small pinholes on the top left corner but the album was still sealed and the shrink itself didn't have any markings. I first thought maybe it had been opened over the years and someone re-sealed it but it was pristine when I did take the vinyl out after purchasing, and in subsequent years I've seen a few more of these types of marks under the shrink - always a small cluster, always concentrated in one or more corners and always on albums from the 60s. Anyone have any idea what the deal is? I suspect maybe they're primitive promo markings of some sort before they started doing stamps or cutouts, but it's weird it's always beneath the shrink when I see them.