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  1. PO (Soon): Damien Rice - O

    Why do you assume the Spring? Depending on the plant (I work at one) and size of the order - you're usually 2-8 weeks off from approval of Tests until the production run/packaging.
  2. Too bad this is not even in the ballpark of their best...
  3. Cassette storage

    Set and Setting...Great band!
  4. 100 Yellow LPs being pressed...
  5. Some Cheap Vinyl at Amazon

    Links? Looks like all of them are $23.99
  6. Some Cheap Vinyl at Amazon

    I have a sealed copy of this Weakerthans record if anyone's interested, $10ppd PM me
  7. Ordered without hesitation a few weeks back...
  8. There is no problem with the sealed Red Vinyl copy. I'm not a flipper and I'm not a Millenial. I've been collecting for 20 years.
  9. No, it's not a joke, and no, I don't complain in restaurants. The dot/spot is quite large. It's a printing error, so it's a bit more than being picky -- Especially after waiting many months and something's that's a collector's piece.
  10. I got my Signed copy and Red copy, But the signed copy has a jacket printing error (a white dot on K. Dot's cheek) and some stray non-print dots elsewhere. I'll be asking for another copy.
  11. PO now: Superchunk "s/t" repress

    Such an easy order...
  12. I'm quite familiar with non-fill...I work at a Pressing plant. However, some non-fill issues can be fixed, some can't. It generally happens more on 180g pressings and can be helped with more steam and heat to bring more vinyl to the edge/trim. This is only going to exist on the 1st and/or 2nd tracks of the side.
  13. Just to fill you in on something... Just because a record is "noisy" -- doesn't mean that has to do with the plant it's pressed at. Unless you have a complete newby as an operator, this generally happens before it touches the press, usually at the plating stage.
  14. Protective Outer Sleeves?

    Tim FTW!
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