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    Hah, the bottom green one looks oval due to the terrible picture quality. That picture is like It's A Wonderful Life for me, showing me the path I almost took. In that timeline, I'm also dead right now. Suicide or wife, not sure.
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    Sweet collection, but most of those records look warped beyond belief. Shame.
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    Picked up Daft Punk Random Access Memories, Killer Mike - rap music, Grizzly Bear - Blue Valentine, and National - Alligator for $30.
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    I dusted off my Xbox 360 to play Halo Reach with both of the younger Doms. Having fun except for Rez's shit connection.
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    That one Imogen Heap song tho
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    Not worth it imo. Literally I can still causally get most of these variants without much fuss. Still waiting on that mythical boxset.
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    Led Zeppelin BBC

    Thanks for ruining the surprise, son. - your dad
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    That slogan only goes so far when you're re-pressing the Spice Girls albums
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    Pretty sure that is the exact aesthetic UO tries to deliver with their branding.... "Apathy towards pretty much everything, bro."
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    The Vinyl Deals Thread (non-Amazon)

    Deep Discount: HOLLY1515% off good through Thursday, December 29, 2016 at noon CT.
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    Post Your X-Mas

    Sell me something for $24 and let's make it... a deal with the devil
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    Post Your X-Mas

    Satan got $690 new vans $50 interpunk gift card 30 pack of PBR socks scrub daddy toilet paper 50" tv Amazon Echo and candy.
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    I love this song. The Flips did a great job! I'm impressed.
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    Best of 2016 (So far)

    Reposting from our record store employee picks: www.facebook.com/apollonbergen Insta: @apollonplatebar 1. Anderson .Paak - Malibu "Anderson .Paak is the doctor’s orders. Easily the album I’ve spun the most this year after seeing the light during a trip home to the States this summer. Paak’s third album showcases the LA musician’s brilliance in combining vibes of 70’s funk and soul, early 90’s hip-hop, and the wild card that is his own voice and take on a genre that has grown new wings in recent years. The past few years have been Kendrick’s, the next few will be Anderson’s. In an industry driven by singles, Anderson managed to put together a double-LP that flawlessly funks and flows from first to finish, and you’re left wanting more. Luckily, he’s on such a roll that he just dropped another album with Knxwledge (Kendrick Lamar producer) under the moniker NxWorries. If you dig this, I HIGHLY recommend checking out my second pick on this list. Voice of an angel." 2. NAO – For All We Know 3. James Blake– The Colour Of Everything 4. Neurosis – Fire Within Fires 5. Ivan Ave – Helping Hands 6. BANKS – Altar 7. Meshuggah– Violent Sleep Of Reality 8. Bon Iver – 22, A Million 9. Nails – You Will Never Be One of Us 10. Kendrick Lamar – Untitled Unmastered
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    AMAZON U.S. Vinyl Deals & More Thread

    Ray Lamontagne - Ouroboros $5.81 with Prime
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    You're just lucky you have over 1,000 posts or else I'd never even see this.
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    Wow, well done... kinda glad im broke, its just simpler this way
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    0 people on the planet will listen to this more than once.
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    I like my Japandroids records like I like my bread... marbled.
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