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  1. Selling some things I bought and ended up never really listening to. Add $4 for shipping. PM me if you're interested! $12 - Florence and the Machine - Listened to it once or twice, in like new condition$50 - Mae - (M)(A)(E) 3xLP - Unopened $3 deals (or all 4 for $10ppd)! Please add on with something else or purchase at least 2 of these:- Cole Porter - Delightful, Delicious, De-Lovely 3xLP Comp - 1972 Pressing. Not sure of condition, pretty sure it plays well though, can check it if you're interested. Because it was in a box I'm pretty sure records are VG+- Frank Sinatra - Trilogy: Past, Present & Future - 1980 pressing. VG+/VG+- John Denver - An Evening with John Denver - 1975 Pressing. Not sure of condition, pretty sure it plays well though, can check it if you're interested. Definitely at least VG/VG.- Marvin Gaye - Midnight Love - 1982 Pressing. VG+/VG+ Sold: *$12 - Bob Marley and the Wailers - Burnin' - 2014 180g Reissue. Listened to it once or twice, in like new condition*$12 - Bob Marley and the Wailers - Catch A Fire - 2014 180g Reissue. Listened to it once or twice, in like new condition $22 - Goo Goo Dolls - Dizzy Up the Girl - Pink Vinyl $12 - Led Zeppelin - Coda - Recent 180g repress, listened to it once or twice, in like new condition$12 - Led Zeppelin - Presence - Recent 180g repress, listened to it once or twice, in like new condition $30 - The Lumineers - Cleopatra (First Pressing, Black and Silver Starburst, /2500) $5 - The Who - Happy Jack - 1967 Pressing. Not sure of condition, pretty sure it plays well though, can check it if you're interested. Definitely at least VG/VG. $10 - Yellowcard - Southern Air - Listened to it once or twice, in like new condition
  2. I hope you're all sitting down because today your dreams have come true: the estate of the late, great Keith Moon (of legendary UK "mod" band The Who) has deemed us worthy to finally make our music collections complete and own a tastefully designed Commemorative Drum Head! That's right, you can now display your love of all those classic hits - from "My Generation" to "Magic Bus" and everything in between - by spending $49.95 + shipping and handling on this simply-stated red, white and blue logo drumhead: http://www.pledgemusic.com/projects/keithmoon You're welcome, people!
  3. Amazon is doing a vinyl giveaway all day today. A new record every 30 minutes and all you have to do is enter your name, number and email (you have to enter your info for each giveaway you want to enter). If you follow the link it will tell you the times for everything, it's in PST, just a heads up. http://www.amazon.com/b/ref=amb_link_448219462_1?ie=UTF8&node=13295210011&pf_rd_m=ATVPDKIKX0DER&pf_rd_s=center-1&pf_rd_r=07BGB1DR4K7G60H1SS7R&pf_rd_t=1401&pf_rd_p=2316232342&pf_rd_i=1003019461
  4. RR Auction presents our Marvels of Modern Music auction LIVE! For all of you who enjoy collecting never before seen material including rare studio masters, mixes and acetates among other rare and remarkable vinyl, you have to see this sale! http://www.rrauction.com/browse_gallery.cfm?Category=188&SortOrder=HP&SearchCrit=%20%20&ByItem=
  5. “We have recorded a piece of music which I think is a fabulous end for the Olympic Games. This country has put some fabulous music into the world. This is not about The Who being on a TV show for the Games. It’s about making great music that is apropos to that event where you’ve had people who’ve given years of their lives to be there on that field. The music we’ve come up with is a great representation of that.” – Roger Daltrey, 2012. As if November 2012 (or WHO-vember as we’re calling it) wasn’t exciting enough for Who fans, we’re delighted to announce the release on the 19th of this incredible memento. In what was an astounding performance even by their standards, The Who took to the stage at the London 2012 Olympic Games Closing Ceremony to close the London Games with a world-beating arrangement of four of their best-loved songs – ‘Baba O’ Riley’, ‘See Me Feel Me’ / ‘Listening To You’ and ‘My Generation’. Previously only available on the official soundtrack album to the ceremony, The Who – ‘Music For The Closing Ceremony Of The London 2012 Olympic Games’ comes backed with ‘Early Morning Cold Taxi’ and will be released on download and blue coloured vinyl. Vinyl will be strictly limited to 1,000 copies and available exclusively through www.uvinyl.co.uk for 11.99 UK Pounds. Link: http://store.universal-music.co.uk/restofworld/rock/uvinyl-the-who-music-for-the-olympics-closing-ceremony-12-vinyl/invt/0602537166879/
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