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14 minutes ago, hori said:

Jason Isbell Sirens of the Ditch  on piss swirl up, guessing this sells out fast so be quick!

Sold out.

Unrelated, but I just picked up a copy of their silver Unknown Mortal Orchestra self-titled. I hate when Newbury sucks me in...

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2 hours ago, swazzyswess said:

Finally got the Deltron 3030 green/gold repress that was released this August....

 

Wow, talk about some chintzy packaging. Double LP crammed into a standard 1XLP sleeve, lowest quality record sleeves possible, no inserts whatsoever, no download card. :unsure:

That's how all pressings of this record are as far as I know

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3 hours ago, swazzyswess said:

Finally got the Deltron 3030 green/gold repress that was released this August....

 

Wow, talk about some chintzy packaging. Double LP crammed into a standard 1XLP sleeve, lowest quality record sleeves possible, no inserts whatsoever, no download card. :unsure:

Newbury don't press records that's just how the label pressed that record. I don't understand why color copies of this go for so much there are a million different variants I bought a copy for 15 bucks on Amazon and it was red/blue.

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7 hours ago, swazzyswess said:

Finally got the Deltron 3030 green/gold repress that was released this August....

 

Wow, talk about some chintzy packaging. Double LP crammed into a standard 1XLP sleeve, lowest quality record sleeves possible, no inserts whatsoever, no download card. :unsure:

Damn I was going to buy it the next time they had a sale. I'll pass and find a regular version. Would rather pay reasonable prices if that's the packaging.

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The first Wu LP and the subsequent initial round of solo records are pretty much perfect.

 

What masters are being used for these Newbury Wu pressings? I know some of these have been repressed in the last view years and had mixed results. It would be a shame to pay $35 for a shoddy pressing.

 

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2 hours ago, swazzyswess said:

Wh--what's this? Could it be? An actual long OOP reissue from Newbury, for a somewhat reasonable price? It must be a Christmas miracle.

Guided by Voices "Mag Earwhig" on green/orange vinyl. First vinyl pressing since the original in 1997.

Aww jeez, I'm tempted on this one but then I'd be giving money to Newbury Comics...also I just hope this means black reissue on the way.

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On 12/7/2017 at 7:43 PM, docbronze said:

The first Wu LP and the subsequent initial round of solo records are pretty much perfect.

 

What masters are being used for these Newbury Wu pressings? I know some of these have been repressed in the last view years and had mixed results. It would be a shame to pay $35 for a shoddy pressing.

 

Pretty sure 36 chambers is the same plates as the sub par, usually -$20 reissue that's been everywhere for the last few years. The solo ones are variants of the Get On Down presses

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