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About NapalmBrain

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  1. don't forget antique malls just found a VG original mono 6 eye miles davis "milestones" for $1 gonna slap $25-30 on that baby at work tomorrow
  2. That Sunndrug is also straight fire, I'm drunk so I may have already said this but hurry the hell up and order this it's like a lighter these arms are snakes meets deftones but yet it's own unique thing this should appeal to a way broader audience than it's gotten thus far
  3. Tapped out for another week, but ill order if starbursts are around cool, but otherwise the blue looks cool too
  4. Rasputin, I haven't been in a decade but I used to work there for a couple years so I feel the need to plug them
  5. It's not quite as good as it once was, I feel myself drifting back to the hoffman forums I'd rather talk with old guys and learn some things than hear snarky comments about panic albums for 2 pages. I just rarely find threads of interest, and it's been slow in these parts
  6. I'm sure they put their releases in the pipeline in a manner that favors their 3 month plans, go for 2 high demand records and follow it up with a less popular but a favorite among the staff or music nerds. It would be smart if they were trying to please multiple camps of listeners while retaining as many subscribers are possible
  7. feel free to browse my discogs and make me some offers I know you need to make money too but maybe we can work something out, i'm pretty broke for the next 8 days and would rather not to have to live so reclusively. Off the top of my head in things you are looking for jets to brazil and wire would be the main off limits ones. Have a couple topshelf test presses, and a german 1st pressing of kill yr idols in NM I could probably let go of
  8. to clarify the 3 studio albums are cheap but he has releases that reach $40, some higher for boxes don't really want to skim that many pages for the exact problem but it seems it was the only one not sounding right, but the deluxe edition apparently is ok
  9. Mary Timony - Ex Hex Mike Watt - Contemplating The Engine Room I know the singles exist, but I wish they had put the Steinski "What Does It All Mean?" retrospective comp to wax since those old singles aren't easy to find
  10. islands was also oop, I have no problem with VMP in fact I think it's a really great service, I just like too much music and can't afford to have that tied up in something decided for me but if I had more disposable income I'd probably be a member they have some great titles. I had to have Fiona but wasn't signing up for 3 months so I traded for a copy to someone on reddit should be here today I'm excited
  11. Prices have skyrocketed since you started, many records from the 70s and 80s were on crappy vinyl and there are some damn good quality reissues out there since you are into older stuff: Beatles - Mono Reissues ($25ish) Led Zeppelin - recent reissues ($25ish) Jimi Hendrix - Legacy reissues ($15-40 depends on the release but the albums are all cheap) Pink Floyd - recent reissues ($25-40) Black Sabbath - recent colored reissues ($22ish each, avoid vol. 4 they used a crappy tape source) Sundazed label will cover your 60s needs and they do many of the rare mono mixes and oddball bands for certain things, notable releases include: otis redding, blue cheer, dillard & clark, international submarine band, chocolate watchband, the byrds, bob dylan, and many of the other under the radar garage and psych. They do pretty quality stuff Fat Possum did a pretty good job with T. Rex, Syl Johnson, Ann Peebles and other soul reissues There is also a new all analog reissue label called intervention they run around $35-40 a release but the quality is incredible, Flying Burrito Bros. "Gilded Palace Of Sin" whoops the pants off the originals it was hard panned stereo, this is properly mixed finally Anything Analogue Productions does is quality, and they hit some pretty big titles but they are $50 a pop and double 45 rpm so it depends on what your wallet can handle but there is a wealth of great reissues some comprable or even better sounding than original pressings
  12. sorry to hear, id chargeback if its not too late the band still has that and kexp for sale last i checked
  13. I don't think I've popped in with the big life update yet: We lost an original member of the crew at work which is sad but he is on to better things, but for me this means a new position in the company, I will be the head record/cd buyer, only pricer and record processor so I will fulltime be working with records with the occasional pop in up front to help customers starting next week after I help train the new hires this week. Other duties include repricing things that sit, culling out multiples and keeping track of used record stocks. It's pretty exciting stuff it comes with another raise if I prove myself I was told. Life is good Also on a huge country rock, jangle pop kick i'm been ferociously buying all the Byrds, Gene Clark, Gram Parsons, Ian Matthews and other related artists I can get my hands on. I did pick up another Fugazi record yesterday just in case you thought I was going all the way soft on you
  14. I'm always buying records it's bad, so ill just list this week: Fugazi - In On The Kill Taker (reissue) Byrds - Turn! Turn! Turn! (mono sundazed reissue) Byrds - Lazy Days/Reputation 7" Byrds - Fifth Dimension (original mono) Byrds - Ballad of Easy Rider Byrds - Mr. Tambourine Man (70s stereo reissue) Mojo Nixon & Skid Roper - Root Hog Or Die Dillard & Clark - Fantastic Expedition of Dillard & Clark (Sundazed reissue) Dillard & Clark - Train Leaves Here This Mornin' 7" (mono mix) Love - Da Capo (first pressing stereo -1 matricies on both sides) Flo & Eddie - Phosphorescent Leech & Eddie Hollies - Evolution (stereo) Flying Burrito Brothers - Gilded Palace Of Sin (AAA reissue on Intervention Records, wow one of the best sounding records in my collection) Mike Watt & Secondmen/Chronics 7" split (RSD 2015 red vinyl) Ian Matthews - Tigers Will Survive Ian Matthews - If You Saw Thro' My Eyes Ian Matthews - Valley Hi The Band - Music From Big Pink (original rainbow label) Shadows Of Knight - Gloria 7" Raspberries - Go All The Way 7" Electric Prunes - I Had Too Much To Dream Last Night 7" Blue Cheer - Outsideinside (original stereo)
  15. a new hire filed cap'n jazz in the jazz section, I was amused