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About Th3Gr8Whit3Dop3

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  1. The Vinyl Bootleg Thread

    White Heat - The White Stripes Comprises a bunch of early recordings of otherwise unreleased material as well as a few demos of album songs. Found at one of my local record stores. https://www.discogs.com/White-Stripes-White-Heat/master/724945 My copy is on red wax. It sounds pitched upward slightly on a standard record player, but my turntable has pitch shift function. I just have to pitch it down a few cents and it sounds great for what it is. The "album art" is super bootleg though.

    Mostly gimmick records, for sure. Those two Miles Davis records made me curious to dig deeper though, those are sweet pressings and the only colored copies of those records I know of.
  3. Over the course of the last couple of years, I've found a few B.A.M. exclusive pressings at various Books-A-Million locations that I could find no record of anywhere online, not even on their own website. I myself had to add the listings for these records to Discogs.com for there to be any hard record of these pressings existing anywhere online (Miles Smiles and On the Corner by Miles Davis, both pressed on blue wax, among others). I've tried contacting B.A.M. to attain a comprehensive list of all of the exclusive vinyl pressings they have released, but to no avail. Is there anyone on here who might know more about this, or where I might be able to find such a list? I'm very curious to see what they've had pressed that I might not know about.