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  1. Hello all, So my wife and I recently got a puppy. He rules but as I am sure many of you know the upfront cost when you don't have one is quite large. He is as good of an excuse as any to go through the collection and pull some stuff to sell to recoup those costs. Shipping is an additional $4. US ONLY PLEASE. Seller covers paypal fees. If you buy over $50 worth of stuff I will cover shipping. First couple orders will get some extra goodies included for free. Please buy at least $10 worth of stuff, I am not rolling in mailers currently. Have any questions please ask. All items are in VG+ or better unless otherwise noted. $5 7" Carrier: No Love Can Save Me (Purple) Conor Oberst: Hundreds Of Ways/ Fast Friends (RSD SEALED) Conor Oberst/ Dawes: Million Dollar Bill/ Easy/ Lucky/ Free (RSD SEALED) Converge: Live at The BBC (Green) Converge: Live At The BBC (Pink) Hurl: Madison Earful/ Dual Showman Locust/ Arab On Radar: Split (White) Love/ Rush: 7 and 7 Is (RSD) Masonna: Masonanie Viva Los Angeles (Green) *If You Like Noise You Will Love This! Mayer Hawthorne & Shintaro Sakamoto: In A Phantom Mood (RSD SEALED) NOFX: Ronnie & Mags SOLD NOFX: THE PMRC Can Suck On This NOFX/ The Spits: Split SOLD NOFX: Cokie The Clown SOLD Poison Idea/ Pantera: The Badge (Purple RSD) SOLD Throw Ups: Melancholy Girlhold Box Various: Dark Thoughts- A Tribute To C.O.C. (Purple) * Features Municipal Waste Cover SOLD 12" ...But Alive: Bis Jetzt Ging Alles Gut Andrew Wk: Party Til You Puke At Jennie Richie: Rectums Merging Axoltol, D Yellow Swans & Gerritt: Untitled (Red) Cacaw: S/T (Vomit Colored Vinyl) Carpenter Ant: I Still Have The Drive (Members of Pissed Jeans) SOLD Elder: Reflect Icon Gallery: S/T Jimmy Smith: Open House SOLD Jimmy Smith: Organ Grinder Swing SOLD Olof Arnalds: Sudden Elevation (Sealed) Pit Er Pat: Pyramids Rain Machine: S/T (Kyp Malone of TV On The Radio) Tragedy: Self Titled (Skull Releases Pressing) SOLD Wax Museums: S/T $10 12" 7 Days of Funk: S/T (Dam Funk & Snoop Dogg Collaboration) Bill Callahan: Have Fun With God Braid: No Coast (Baby Blue) Dan Deacon: Bromst Future Of The Left: The Plot Against Common Sense Grinderman: Evil (Red) SOLD Have Heart: The Things We Carry (Clear) Hurl: We Are Quiet In This Room Jawbreaker: Bivouac (Cover has tear in the front, this is how it was when i received it. I can send pictures if you desire) Morton Subotnick: Silver Apples Of The Moon (Great Moog!) SOLD Orange Juice: Texas Fever Pavement: Watery, Domestic Pink Floyd: Dark Side Of The Moon SOLD Radiohead: I Might Be Wrong SOLD Savages: Silence Yourself The Spies: The Battle Of Bosworth Terrace Unrest: Fuck Pussy Galore Various: Scott Pilgrim Vs The World (Red) $15 12" Aphex Twin: Syro SOLD Dead Man's Bones: S/T Hurl: A Place Called Today James Brown: In A Jungle Groove Jawbreaker: Bivouac OG Press (Cover has tear in the front, this is how it was when i received it. I can send pictures if you desire) The Knife: S/T The Knife: Shaking The Habitual Microphones: Song Islands Microphones: Don't Wake Me Up Microphones: It Was Hot, We Stayed In The Water SOLD Mineral: EndSerenading Mount Eeire: Songs Island Volume 2 Ty Segall: Gemini PS: Here is a picture of the lil dude
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  2. Depends on what you mean by 'limited', but yes. Further Out and Jar are definitely happening.
    5 points
  3. runforcover

    RFC Cassette Shop

    They still are a cheaper, quicker turn-around item, but what we're selling is not usually priced at $1-$5. Maybe I am wrong, and there are people out there losing money on every cassette they sell in the name of DIY, but those people are probably not getting cassettes professionally duplicated / printed in the first place. Tape labels that people on this messageboard follow or even own charge $6-$7.50 for 4-6 song EPs on cassettes. $11 or whatever our full length cassettes end up being after shipping is essentially a dollar two at most more than what it costs to download it from iTunes. AND it comes with a download. Also keep in mind we have tons of other expenses to recoup, like the cost of advances, recording costs, radio campaigns, publicists (sometimes multiple per record) pressing 5,000+ LPs, in store marketing, etc. You could say "well the tapes cost you $3 a copy, why can't you sell them for $6 and profit $3." Because after all of our costs, the tapes don't cost $3 anymore. Either way I am going to see if we can get them priced down a bit.
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  4. It's funny how people call it flipping when they want it. If you went to goodwill, found some jazz albums, came home and realized one was worth alot and sold it...everyone would tell you what an amazing score and sell it was
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  5. oh come on. people keep saying shit like "good thing I don't listen to these bands" or "these bands suck anyways" but this isn't about avoiding something. It's not about you. That dude still sexually assaulted a girl and a bunch of other bands and influential people in the scene denied that it ever happened. This is about not supporting bands and labels filled with rape apologists and offenders. It's not about "oh thank god i don't like this music anyways, so I"m off the hook". You don't need to like the bands to understand why this is horrible and people need to stop making this about themselves by ignoring the situation and just commenting on their musical tastes. this isn't directed at you - a lot of people have been doing this and it's been irking me.
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  6. Not sure if this breaks the rules since it's not technically a band/full label collection but it was tough to get regardless. Dino DNA variant came in today so I have all 4 versions now.
    3 points
  7. That point is silly because before they were a "cheap, fun item for bands to quickly get made" cassettes were the standard music format for twenty years, and in the 90's were costing upwards of $11 SRP in stores. Things change. We are charging $5-$7 for full lengths. Those are the same prices as every other label is selling for EPs, and 9/10 of those labels we're talking about do not have those expenses. Please stop looking for things to argue about and trying to make us the bad guy as if we're trying to do anything but give people another way to affordably buy music.
    2 points
  8. Yea this should be up online next week. I got a copy of the HT exclusive the other day and the package is awesome. Die cut cover, double insert and the white w/ black splatter vinyl looks great. Really nice package overall.
    2 points
  9. Calling it That PhotoShop took me an obscene amount of time to make...
    2 points
  10. Then how are we supposed to listen to the B side? *rimshot* *gets booed out of thread*
    2 points
  11. the only flipping I'm doing Is flipping on the grammar switch... You mean capital; capitol is a building, i.e.: State capitol. That's all I have to add to this thread. Laterz
    2 points
  12. You gotta love all these records they pull out of their "closet."
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  14. andy.

    RFC Cassette Shop

    I really want that Turnover but $8+shipping for a cassette is poo
    2 points
  15. I'm just saying that if desperate times call for desperate measures, I'm not selling my Underoath TOCS for the $15 I paid. Fuck that.
    2 points
  16. I'm hoping they'll surprise us with a David Bowie pic disc single.
    2 points
  17. Nothing special. Probably gonna replace those A5's with Wharfedale Dentons with some stands, have a couple stacks of LPs hiding throughout the room I could put in those two cubes where the speakers are.
    2 points
  18. Links Awakening is a fantastic game. Someone should definitely snatch that up.
    1 point
  19. runforcover

    RFC Cassette Shop

    I think it's 10.50 but still
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  21. runforcover

    RFC Cassette Shop

    This is like 99% of people in the world's opinion. It's obviously a pretty niche thing no matter how you slice it.
    1 point
  22. Satan

    RFC Cassette Shop

    Personally, I think tapes are dumb. They sound flat with no dynamic and don't personally see the appeal as far as releases go. Maybe i'm old school when DEMO TAPES were appropriate which is essentially what HVR is doing. But lets face it. I don't see Sony or anyone going back into the Walkman business. Just my two cents. Not saying anyone is right or wrong. Just an opinion and the reason i ALWAYS pass on tapes.
    1 point
  23. What are yo? A Nightmare Hippie Girl?
    1 point
  24. Here's my Wilco collection. It's all eight studio albums (AM, Being There, Summerteeth, Yankee Hotel Foxtrot, A Ghost Is Born, Sky Blue Sky Wilco The Album, The Whole Love), the three Mermaid Avenue albums, the Speak Into Roses 10", the Alpha Mike Foxtrot b-sides/rarities collection, and the Kicking Television live album boxset.
    1 point
  25. chamb117

    RFC Cassette Shop

    i feel like a similar thing has happened before with a different format, but...
    1 point
  26. Maybe I don't - but this attitude is exactly why it has such a bad rep. It's that exclusive, "better-than-you" attitude that turns people like me off to it as a subculture. Seems pretentious. If you were willing to explain what attracts you to it in a positive light rather than being dismissive and vague, maybe there wouldn't be such a negative perception. Actually, I think me being a Bostonian is what makes me more sensitive to the label being thrown around. I've seen it associated with so many bands I consider to be uninspired and lifeless - and I've met countless (we're talking hundreds) of elitist douchebags touting around the label like makes everywhere who ever touched a cigarette to their lips the scum of the earth. I know they aren't all like that, but I have more experience (mostly negative) with the label than most, so it's definitely stained my perception of it. I really appreciate your perspective man and I'm sorry for derailing this thread a bit - I really didn't think it would spur this much of a reaction from everyone - but I do agree that it's awesome to see such positive discussion rather than flaming and stick / stone throwing. I think your positive perception of the lifestyle choice is great, and I wish it's something that more of your peers valued as strongly as you do. However, I think a big part of my point was that your lifestyle choices really has nothing to do with the music itself - it doesn't seem like someone with a tremendous amount of artistic integrity would want to primarily associate their band with their lifestyle OUTSIDE of the music. I completely agree that I hate seeing bands who tout themselves as "druggie" bands or "party" bands who promote lavish lifestyles, but that's more because I think the music should speak for itself. That was the point of my My Bloody Valentine comparison - on the other side, imagine if Radiohead spouted on about being this "drug-experience" band who loved tripping all the time. It just cheapens the music, in a way. Sort of endorses that fetishized, celebrity-worshiping attitude that, to me, couldn't be further removed from the actual art itself. It really shouldn't matter if you drink or if you don't when it comes to advertising your band - the music should be the music. Thanks for the discussion dudes.
    1 point
  27. Listen. I've flipped a record or two in my day, but if you're going to do it on here...be discrete about it. I knew somebody wanted that Sufjan 7" so I PM'ed them and sold it to them at an inflated price, but still far less than they'd be able to get it elsewhere. Seeing as it was tour only and going for $100+ everywhere else, $60ppd didn't seem that bad to him. Take into account the cost of tickets to the show ($40 + fees here), the cost of the 7" itself ($10), shipping, and that $60 just about let me break even on the night. What I'm saying here is that many of us may have flipped something once or twice, but there are some people who are huge offenders in this category, either doing it so often or asking absurd prices for stuff that they bought specifically to sell. If you want to sell records as a job, open a store. Obviously people on this forum aren't a fan of flipping, so making threads to flip, or mentioning in other threads that you're selling something new at an inflated price isn't smart. Sell stuff on eBay/discogs and don't promote it here, or privately contact people about stuff they want, and less users on here will hate you. Then maybe, just maybe, we can avoid stupid threads like this where everyone is just arguing about the semantics of what flipping a record really means.
    1 point
  28. tld...slt_ben
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  29. stl_ben

    Black Friday RSD - 2015

    Yes some things don't sell out and then sit on shelves for years. Yes other things sell out instantly and are impossible to find. Easy pass equals people too impatient to wait for a full list of releases. Feel free to say pass when the full list comes out, but when just one or two things leak early it's silly to complain that nothing you want is coming out. Finally I don't know what to say to the guy complaining that he wishes it was more like old Black Fridays when indie stuff like the Ty Rex covers came out....he did see that that exact thing is on this years list right?
    1 point
  30. This may be the funniest post I've ever seen from you, and that's really saying something. 10/10
    1 point
  31. Pretty stoked on the deal I got here. http://pages.ebay.com/link/?nav=item.view&alt=web&id=141720713735&globalID=EBAY-US
    1 point
  32. I think the new RSD pricing guide is about $2 per inch of vinyl.
    1 point
  33. In 2016 a thread will appear in the cassette collective board "a discussion about cassette flippers."
    1 point
  34. (Except leg day. Jesus skips leg day.)
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  35. Update .. The complete singles series
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  36. littlebistro

    NHL Discussion

    I hope he does for the Leafs, what he did for the Devils towards the end ;-).
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  38. I HAVE FLIPPED THE SEAFOAM GREEN DEVIL AND GOD FOR $92 BECAUSE BRAND NEW FANS ARE FUCKING IDIOTS. SATAN OUT.
    1 point
  39. Literally anything you are comfortable with being broken.
    1 point
  40. Wtf with the prices?
    1 point
  41. My first record player was one of my dads hand me downs with the caveat of if I broke it I learned to fix it myself, although that was around 4 or 5 so 2 does sound a little early for the school of hard knocks to start. My own not so little girl (11) has known about music and hifi and record players since being a baby and although has always had her own system has never really shown a great deal of interest in having her own record player, which is something I have worried about constantly and sought medical advice about but fixed by buying myself more records and record players
    1 point
  42. My 2 year old has one of these.
    1 point
  43. The dude with the glasses doing the talking is really annoying. Leave him out of the movie.
    1 point
  44. You could listen to it on Youtube at the same quality.
    1 point
  45. kgry

    NASCAR Discussion

    I will never understand why they don't have safer barriers around every wall of every track. I thought Gordon's crash where he tore the front off the car off was enough. Not a Busch fan but man I hope he's OK. And I get why these young Cup guys race every chance they get but I have no clue why sponsors don't have rules against it. Seems like every pro sport has a clause against it. It's not like the Cup sponsors for drivers are the same when they race other events.
    1 point
  46. I totally want to go back in time and marry Betty- before she was- Davis. Super hot. Here's a few I've enjoyed picking up/listening to in the past year or so. Apologies for the crappy picture taking...I do my best. Not exactly obscure but hey at least they're evenly gender distributed.
    1 point
  47. you shouldn't keep your record on their sides ps you have a cool gravity defying room
    1 point
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