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slipcraig

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slipcraig last won the day on November 21 2015

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  1. slipcraig

    R.E.M. - Document on gold vinyl

    Ever notice how simple and deceptively mean-spirited the lyrics are? Guessing most people never actually listened to the whole song. This one goes out to the one I love This one goes out to the one I've left behind A simple prop to occupy my time This one goes out to the one I love Fire Fire This one goes out to the one I love This one goes out to the one I've left behind A simple prop to occupy my time This one goes out to the one I love Fire Fire This one goes out to the one I love This one goes out to the one I've left behind Another prop has occupied my time This one goes out to the one I love Fire Fire Fire Fire
  2. Attempting to cancel my purchase based on that review. Thanks!
  3. slipcraig

    The Vinyl Deals Thread (non-Amazon)

    Says the guy so old that he had a bust made of him. :p
  4. Always did love this album. So tempting.
  5. Pleep ploop is TOTALLY different from bleep bloop. #connoisseurofeepoop
  6. slipcraig

    PO : Snow Patrol - Wildness

    $51 with shipping. EZPass.
  7. No kidding! These two are essentially each half the price of what the RSD versions were in the store I went to. It's a twofer!
  8. Did you see the Pitchfork score? Savage. Yes, it's Pitchfork so have to keep that in mind. Metacritic's composite score is 69/100. AOTY's is 63. Ow.
  9. Yep, that's what I'll be doing from now on. And really, it's what I've done 99.9% of the time up to now anyway. You just occasionally see that one picture disc that calls your name and can't stop yourself from buying a shitty piece of vinyl.
  10. Denon DP300F with an Ortofon red. As I say, It sounds great for most new LPs.
  11. I never do intentionally. Even DG LPs that appear to be in top condition can sound sketchy at times.
  12. slipcraig

    PO SOON : Sleep - The Sciences

    The green is nice.
  13. They've lost my business in the process. They don't need customers' money anyway, right? *wink*
  14. I also have to say that it's dumb for a business to blame a customer for selling a low-quality product. I've spent $500 on the small label's records, and they have ensured I will never give them another dime. If you are a business reading this, take this as an object lesson. Even if you suspect a customer has faulty equipment, just offer to take back the album and listen to it yourself. If it does sound like a bad pressing, admit it. If it doesn't sound bad, tell them you can't reproduce the experience on your end. Customers respect integrity.
  15. What I'll do going forward is buy picture discs to look at and not listen to. When the sound quality of a new record is comparable to Goodwill purchases, it's time to change buying behavior.
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