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  1. Live film and record on the way. Bunch of pricey options on their Pledgemusic page: https://www.pledgemusic.com/projects/metric
  2. Kind of stupid Yep Roc automatically includes the poster if you want to get the watch. What if I don't want a $20 poster and just want the vinyl and watch?
  3. Orange vinyl up for pre-order: https://shop.musicvaultz.com/*/*/12-Orange-Vinyl/5S580000000
  4. Video Game OSTs v2.0

    Even the trilogy boxset is down to $64 (from $100): https://www.biowarestore.com/mass-effect-trilogy-vinyl-soundtrack
  5. 75 copies of the variant back up for sale on TRL (North American orders only):
  6. Doubt they'll go under $30 any time soon. He was selling autographed copies of the I Miss New Wave EP for that much on tour last year.
  7. Iron Maiden Reissues!

    Yeah, those albums have some great individual tracks on them, but I think SIT is a more cohesive album overall. "Deja-Vu" is probably my favourite Iron Maiden track ever.
  8. Iron Maiden Reissues!

    Was listening to Somewhere in Time today, such an underrated album.
  9. Back up to $407 now. Was hoping it gets lower eventually as well., $300 would be sweet. Saw it for $400 in a local store and it's still sold out on the Hip's website.
  10. Video Game OSTs v2.0

    I love the Uncharted games and while I appreciate iam8bit's efforts, they always seem to slightly miss the mark with their cover art designs for their Uncharted soundtracks. That being said, I'll still probably pick this up because I hate myself and....the hobby. Ugh. Hoping it becomes available in North America as well. With the exchange, it's already $85 CAD before shipping. Still gotta pick up the complete edition of the game with the new DLC campaign too.
  11. Some people take this hobby too seriously and should probably go outside more often.
  12. For new stuff there isn't really anywhere I would recommend going out of your way to that would be cheaper than the west end places. Circus is a neat shop, I met the owner once at a house party and he seemed like a nice guy. Kops has an outlet near Danforth/Coxwell that seems more geared the used collector market. Discovery and In The Groove are pretty close to each other in Leslieville and worth a visit if you're into older used stuff. Tiny Record Shop sells new stuff, but you can usually find it cheaper at Sonic or Rotate. I actually just started up my own shop at Queen/Parliament called Voltage Drop Records if you're ever in the area as well.
  13. Yeah, I find the turnover of used stuff is more frequent as SB, but I find Rotate has generally better prices. Even their collector wall is more reasonably priced most of the time. June doesn't typically stock the stuff I'm looking for, so I don't go there as much but I find their new stuff is usually priced in line with SB and Kops. I live on the east side, so I don't get out that way as often, but I'd go to Rotate over SB.