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  1. Will definitely pick up Paramore since every version of that release is super expensive. Looking at the aftermarket prices for Blurryface is hilarious though. Same problem as Lana Del Rey and a few other artists. Like $16 2xLP if it's black, but $200 if has the splatterzzzz.
    2 points
  2. I had a great day of Garage sales and flea markets. - Non Jazz: Scientists, Zombies, Damned, Ultravox, Lou Reed albums. - Jazz: (all mint vinyl, most covers still in shrink) Coltrane - Favorite Thing (1973) and Live at Village Vanguard (1980 MCA) Tyner - Enlightenment, Echoes, Expansions Lou Donaldson +3 (1970 pressing) Shorter - Speak No Evil - Mint DMM pressing Sun Ra - live at Montreaux Hubbard "breaking point" (1973 pressing) Horace Silver "doin the thing..." (1973) Jimmy Smith "The Cat" (huge soft spot for this record)
    1 point
  3. Shitty Rambo

    WTB Bastille

    We have a board dedicated to buying/selling records. I've moved your (this) thread to it. Welcome.
    1 point
  4. rooks

    WTB Bastille

    I always require documentation of most recent tragedy and/or catastrophe before I even consider selling someone goods in exchange for currency. It's just good business.
    1 point
  5. So I got the scoop on Kyle Bann's departure by digging through IG comments, and let's just say it was to due very unsettling circumstances. I don't want to get into the nitty gritty here, but there are plenty of posts on Reddit for those of you who are interested. Regardless, I have spent quite a bit of time with this record now, and I have to admit it's much cooler than I was anticipating. It feels more like an extension of The Pact, but with more empahisis on Leah's vocals opposed to the band's instrumentation. It's definetly different in that regard, but still feels like a Slothrust album. I do wish there were a few more songs like The Next Curse because that one really hearkens back to the Everyone Else days (my favorite album from them). Overall this is a really good record. I also really appreciate how compact it feels, it doesn't overstay it's welcome and plants enough earworns in ya to make you want to replay it all over again as soon as it ends. A top 3 favorite 2021 for sure.
    1 point
  6. It has been reported new user @Dalecasey has contacted a member offering a sale, but would not provide photos and wanted to use unprotected payment methods (cashapp/apple pay), when pressed by the buyer to provide photos they collected images off of Discogs and tried to pass them off as their own. This user has 0 posts or feedback, and for that reason they have been removed from the boards. If you have been in any form of contact with this individual I strongly suggest you stop and block them if you've moved your conversations to a third party platform. This is extremely suspicious behavior and I'd hate to see any of our members get ripped off.
    1 point
  7. Well clicking on that "Off With Their Heads" link sure was anti-climactic...
    1 point
  8. I didn't know where else to post this. Concrete Castles. They're like in the same vein as Paramore but not as punky? I don't know. I dig them. They're being backed by Equal Vision. I am really diggin' their record.
    1 point
  9. Not going to pretend to have been aware of this prior to the re-issue, but Strata East / P-Vine reissued (looks like they pressed a run last year and then again this year per Discogs) The Ensemble Al-Salaam ‎– The Sojourner; got my copy in yesterday and am on my second listen now, absolutely stunning spiritual jazz LP.
    1 point
  10. Some solid pick ups: Tyner "Sahara" Coleman "Twins" white label promo Yusef Lateef "Gentle Giant" WLP Alice Coletrane "Eternity" (still in the shrink) Donald Byrd "Street Lady" Coleman "Live at Prince Street" - been wanting this as his loft was a few blocks from my office. Jimmy Smith Groovin at Smalls.. A few others but pretty solid all around.
    1 point
  11. Damn. I finally got a good estate sale haul. Lots of jazz, new wave, rock, folk, etc. 36 records in all. All seem to be original pressings. Some: Dave Brubeck- Time Out Cannonball Adderley - African Waltz Miles Davis - In Person at the Blackhawk 6eye Cal Tjader - Concert at the Campus on red vinyl and signed by Cal, Willie Bobo, Mongo Santamaria, etc. The whole band!
    1 point
  12. I wish I could post a simple video of my flea market pull today. A few of note... Alice Coletrane with Strings Pharoah - Thembi Gary Bartz - Uhuru Ahmad Jama - Freeflight Donald Byrd - Black Byrd Coltrane - Transitions Lou Donaldson - Say it loud Dexter Gordon - One Flight Up Grabbed 16 lps with a few more coming my way from the seller - average price of $12 each. Vinyl is all VG+ or better, late 60s/early 70s pressings. A few covers had water damage etc - but at the pricing, I filled some major wants at a very fair price point. It's the reason I still hit flea markets.
    1 point
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