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kisol last won the day on September 20 2016

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  1. Actual Existence represents a step forward in complexity for Chicago-based instrumental trio RLYR (pronounced "Relayer"). Comprised of Steven Hess (Locrian, Cleared, etc.), Colin DeKuiper (Bloodiest, ex-Russian Circles), and Trevor Shelley de Brauw (Pelican, Chord, etc.), this new four song full-length distills and expands on the explosive energy and anthemic catharses of the band’s 2015 debut. RLYR have successfully fine-tuned their MC Escher-esque song structures while preserving the indelible earworm melodies that are their hallmark. Special silk-screened art edition on green vinyl limited to 150 copies. Available on limited edition green vinyl (500 units) or black.
  2. For the Kozelek completists out there... http://www.bullmoose.com/p/26719113/kozelek-mark-yeaton-sean-yellow-kitchen https://www.amazon.com/dp/B078X695WV/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_9v9vAbMEAYJDR
  3. Pretty sure copies can found for about $60. Are you all only looking to pay retail?
  4. Pre-order on standard black or white vinyl here. On Room Inside the World—Ought’s third album and their first for Merge—growing up doesn’t mean mellowing out so much as it means learning to pay attention, listening carefully and openly, staying somewhere long enough to really understand where you are. Recorded at Rare Book Room in Brooklyn with producer Nicolas Vernhes (Deerhunter, Animal Collective, Silver Jews), Room Inside the World explores themes that have always concerned the band—identity, connection, survival in a precarious world—but with a bolder, more nuanced sound palette. Vibraphone, justly intonated synthesizers, drum machines, and a 70-piece choir suffuse the precise post-punk breakdowns that spangled Ought’s first two albums, giving rise to an emotional complexity that pushes their characteristically taut sound to greater depths. https://www.youtube.com/embed/8I5PTIyAQrM
  5. Nice one. Thanks for the heads up!
  6. The Third Man Records Thread

    Guess I spoke too soon. Sorry they cancelled your order. I've never had an issue with them.
  7. Silver Platters, Zia, and Graywhale all still have oxblood/black copies available.
  8. The Third Man Records Thread

    Anyone else get a mislabeled vault 33? My Icky Thump side A came with the side C label.
  9. It arrived in one of those garbage mailers that are two pieces of cardboard glued together. Despite the undesirable packing, everything arrived in fine shape. I will say though that mine shipped from a Best Buy distribution center that is only about 20 miles from my house so it didn't have far to travel. Hopefully everyone else's copy arrives safely.
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