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  1. This definitely deserved a repress, but golly I just love marketing in 2017.
  2. PO: HARMS WAY - Posthuman

    Love this description and it led me to listen to the track, but who inspired the lyrics, Al Gore?
  3. PO - Brand New - Science Fiction

    Indeed. As the article terms it, "the musical narrative of 2017" was decided on above our pay grade.
  4. Some Cheap Vinyl at Amazon

    Streetlight wore it better.
  5. the heavy campaigning against the reclaim variant suggests its something i should buy.
  6. PO - Brand New - Science Fiction

    yep, pretty much exactly how i feel
  7. The Vinyl Deals Thread (non-Amazon)

    but how much was shipping?
  8. PO - Brand New - Science Fiction

    cash and social tokens sound much better than Brand New!!
  9. PO - Brand New - Science Fiction

    the king gizzard free master release thread has really taken the luster and grandeur away from the previously unsurpassed quality of the last 100 pages found here. lets back to the real issue - when is the VC commune happening to tar and feather Jesse Lacey? I'll humbly supply the pitchforks
  10. PO - Brand New - Science Fiction

    The band themselves brought the rumors back to spice up the mystique surrounding the new album.
  11. PO Now: TWIABP - Always Foreign - September 29, 2017

    why would you be joking about the drama? the pathetic drama ruined this once great band.
  12. U2 - Songs of Experience

    This money grab is beginning to remind me of the Bono family guy clip "Its fer the starvin' children, peeter" but only comes up in spanish on youtube. bono himself probably had all the real versions removed
  13. (P.O. Now!) Converge - The Dusk In Us (November 3rd)

    For people with epilepsy.
  14. PO: Taylor Swift - Reputation (out on 11/10)

    Well, its obvious how the meeting with the execs went ahead of this album.... "Taylor, we're going to darken your image like Britney on toxicity." Does anyone really believe this is a natural artistic progression from Taylor Swift's musical roots?
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