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  1. Cant wait for 24 lp box set with half a song on each record.
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  2. I very much like the sound of this.
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  3. The album is very good although I really wish they'd stop letting the one guy have a song on every album. Always a snoozefest
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  4. Album announcement link: heavenlyrecordings.com/new-music-album-announcement-mark-lanegan-duke-garwood-with-animals/ New Video for the title track "Save Me" is here: youtu.be/6XZ2TqnI_jA Pre-orders are here: heavenlyemporium.com/buy/with-animals-0/ Description Mark Lanegan & Duke Garwood - With Animals Mark Lanegan & Duke Garwood release their second album 'With Animals' via Heavenly Recordings on August 24th, 2018. Heavy weight black vinyl. All vinyl comes with a download code. The record’s twelve songs are spectral and sinewy, often defined by the spaces in between the sounds. A ghost’s whistle weaves itself around a pulsing single note on Lonesome Infidel; Feast to Famine’s hard luck story floats above a guitar part so strung out and washed with distortion it’s become barely recognisable. It’s soul music for anyone who’s long since left the crossroads. Lanegan & Garwood have shared a video for “Save Me”, the album’s first single and opening track. Over the last decade, Lanegan and Garwood have worked in tangent on 2013’s Black Pudding as well as on Lanegan’s solo records (Garwood contributed to 2012’s Blues Funeral and 2017’s Gargoyle after which he toured as part of Lanegan’s band). Writing and recording was split between studio collaboration and sharing music between Garwood’s home in London and Lanegan’s in Los Angeles. Elsewhere, technology helped make the duo’s transatlantic working relationships relatively easy. “Over the years, we’ve recorded together and apart. This time, I started this record alone, with many animals as company,” says Garwood. “It flowed, I set to work and out it came. Our music is instinct, there is not much talking about it, just creating. I think that if you are at peace with your work, and feeling it right, it flows, and can feel ‘easy’. Music isn't meant to be hard. Though sometimes it can burn you to ashes. Making music for a singer, so they can inhabit it with a song means hitting the right soul buttons. There is no hit without a miss. It is a healing record, for us the makers, and for the listeners. It grows natural. We are gardeners of sonic feelings.” While Black Pudding put Garwood’s mercurial guitar centre stage, With Animals is constructed from a different set of tools. Analogue and dust flecked, it sounds like Lanegan and Garwood have been holed up in a ’60s recording studio while the apocalypse rages outside. Tracks sit on loops that sounds like they’re straight out of There’s A Riot Goin’ On while sparse melodies nod in the direction of British electronic producers like Burial or Boards of Canada. Which is not to say it sounds like any of those things – this is a weird world all of their own design. Tracklisting 12" Vinyl Album (HVNLP151) Mark Lanegan & Duke Garwood - Save Me Mark Lanegan & Duke Garwood - Feast to Famine Mark Lanegan & Duke Garwood - My Shadow Life Mark Lanegan & Duke Garwood - Upon Doing Something Wrong Mark Lanegan & Duke Garwood - L.A. Blue Mark Lanegan & Duke Garwood - Scarlett Mark Lanegan & Duke Garwood - Lonesome Infidel Mark Lanegan & Duke Garwood - With Animals Mark Lanegan & Duke Garwood - Ghost Stories Mark Lanegan & Duke Garwood - Spaceman Mark Lanegan & Duke Garwood - One Way Glass Mark Lanegan & Duke Garwood - Desert Song Reply Quick Reply Read more: http://onewhiskey.proboards.com/thread/5004/mark-lanegan-garwood-animals-preorder#ixzz5GB5nsknx
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  6. ejc625

    [PO] Pusha T-Daytona

    Bull Moose for $19.97. http://www.bullmoose.com/p/27424769/pusha-t-daytona Free shipping w/ $30 order. It is $13 on the official web shop but comes out to around $20 after shipping and taxes I think.
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  7. Supposedly, the new Bongripper record will go up for presale on June 15th. No Vinyl Bong edition, so I don't know what variants they will have. Still waiting for official word.
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  8. My wife and I went to see The Endless on the weekend and it was excellent! It's Sci-Fi-ish horror. It kind of has similar themes to Annihilation. It also has some ties to the filmmakers previous film Resolution which I really loved as well.
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  9. I too hold hopes for more K-Fly on vinyl.
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  10. His songs are sooooooo bad
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  11. Nice, long time coming for this record.
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  12. they are touring this summer with Bell Witch. Talk about a 1/2 punch of bands that have had to deal with some heavy shit...
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  13. I have to imagine that in order to license it, we'd have to end up selling at least a few hundred to break even, and that's just not expected. And hopeless definitely won't do it on their own. Believe me, it's all been talked about several times. If they ever resurrect, it will be talked about again.
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  14. To chime in on the Mylene Sheath dialogue: As a one-person, small label, every single email, FB message, social media comment, Instagram DM, tweet, Snapchat and phone call that I have to reply to that asks “where is my record?” Or “can you send tracking? I didn’t get that email” or anything of the sort prevents me from doing anything else, namely packing up records. Just be patient, people. Christ. No one is trying to scam you, and sometimes shit just takes a long time. We certainly don’t enjoy being behind schedule or knowing that customers are getting antsy, but the constant demand for updates (especially when there isn’t a reason to “update”) only slows things down further. Also, the people who email me 24 hours after placing an order demanding their tracking info will automatically ensure that their record is the last one that I ship.
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  15. Who would ever want to turn into someone who buys records to listen to, not just to have them! While I don't buy records that are in poor condition (the media itself, if just the cover is damaged, oh well, a good deal is a good deal) why would I tell anyone else what they should or shouldn't do? Do I think it's silly to throw money at something just to own it if it doesn't fulfill its intended use? Sure. Am I here to "rain on someone's parade?" Nah. Sure seems like you're being the man-child here though; not sure what I did to rile you up since I barely recognize your username and certainly hadn't responded to this thread yet. And as far as the accuracy of what people are saying in this thread...OP asked whether or not we do something...why would anyone lie about whether or not they buy beat up records? Let me ask you seriously, I'm not trying to be snarky, your copy of Kind of Blue, is it listenable? If it isn't, what made you decide to pick it up? Part of the reason I don't buy damaged records is because I don't have room to store what is essentially garbage anymore. It's also partly why I don't collect multiple copies of most records.
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  16. Hey, OP, this board is filled up with pretentious record snobs. Don't expect an accurate answer from anyone here. If you see a record you want, buy it. Who cares what the condition is? Record collecting is about YOU and what YOU want to collect. Once you start collecting for the sake of others, then you turn into sunshine, randy savage or the paul rudd guy. Don't let these immature man-children rain on your parade. I guarantee you they are just blowing smoke. I found a beat to hell copy of kind of blue in a $.25 bin. You better believe i snatched it up as quick as possible.
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