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  1. yeah_totally

    The Official Fat Wreck Preorder Thread

    Cool, thanks. Amazon has it listed too, but it says Oct 26. Guess we'll see. They play the Fest on the 26th too. would be real awesome if they did a variant or something for it.
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    The Official Fat Wreck Preorder Thread

    Is there a release date or the Direct Hit lp? I thought it was this month, which seemed like a really short preorder. Then I looked and it says Sept 23, 2019, which seems like a super long preorder. And obviously a typo.
  3. Out now on Dine Alone. Black vinyl /500. Three new tracks. https://www.dinealonestore.com/products/pkew-pkew-pkew-passed-out-7in
  4. yeah_totally

    PO: Every Time I Die “Hot Damn”

    Caved too. Gahhh. Will be worth it though I'm sure.
  5. yeah_totally

    The Official Fat Wreck Preorder Thread

    comes with a slipmat so it's not totally egregious considering most single lps areally 18$ to 20$ nowadays. but yeah, 14$ shipped for a black copy is right up my alley at this point in my collecting life.
  6. yeah_totally

    The Official Fat Wreck Preorder Thread

    In for a black copy. I love this band but didn't need to spend an extra 10 bucks for a color version. I'm sure the slipmat and comics are cool too though. Glad this is coming out so soon and the new song sounds great.
  7. Ever think to yourself about an option? A different way to be? And with those words the world was introduced to Atom & His Package. In an era of cookie cutter hardcore and pop punk acts, this Philadelphian one man punk rock machine delivered one of the most unique albums the punk scene had seen in years. The spiritual successor of bands like The Dead Milkmen, and They Might Be Giants, Atom and His Package’s first track “Avenger” was the bizarre story of taking revenge on his enemies, running away to an island with the love of his life, and solving the Israeli/Palestinian conflict in the Middle East…. And it just got better from there. He quickly became the single most controversial act in all of punk, people going as far as taking out ads bashing him in fanzines or banning his labels’ ads from them because he wasn’t punk/hardcore enough for them. Those people were idiots. Atom injected something that was sorely lacking in our scene…. FUN. He played the weirdest bills… I saw him with hardcore bands, old school punk bands, ska bands, emo/screamo bands, even a trip-hop band etc. I traveled 1,000 miles to see his “reunion” show at FEST 7, and it was one of the greatest shows I’ve ever seen. He reminded us that we were pretty much all nerds and got into this music because we were “uncool”. His music was great. It was sometimes silly, it was sometimes obnoxious, it was sometimes so beautifully simple and honest that it was perfect. We’re extremely happy to have the opportunity to reissue his first two records partnered with our friends at Toxic Toast Records – Atom and His Package (first time ever on vinyl!) and Society of People Named Elihu (first time on vinyl in the US!) for all of the people who love Atom as much as we do. So here’s to love songs to new age artists, leaving your friends and family to hang out with black metal bands, and praising Rob Halford for destroying metal stereotypes. Additionally, for every copy Asbestos Records sells, we will be making a donation to www.translifeline.com . It’s our 2nd fundraiser for them, and they’re really an incredible charity doing great work. Atom and His Package – S/T (Purple Vinyl /250 - Green Vinyl /250) Atom and His Package - Society of People Named Elihu (Yellow Vinyl /250 – Blue Vinyl /250) Get your copies now at www.asbestosrecords.bigcartel.com or toxictoastrecords.com
  8. Saw them in Montreal this spring and Gabe is still on drums.
  9. yeah_totally

    The Vinyl Deals Thread (non-Amazon)

    Picked up Chris Gethard's 2xlp comedy album "Career Suicide" for 7 bucks. Usually $28 - $30. Pretty siked.
  10. Not complaining at all ha. Gatefold 2xlp, 180 gram too. I'll keep it!
  11. Ordered Pinkerton and they sent me Ryan Adam's Heartbreaker. 2nd time amazon has sent me the wrong lp this month.
  12. Real excited for this one. Hope the dw exclusive hangs around til I get paid Fri.
  13. Nah, standard weight, black pressing. Single lp. I'm still OK with it since I don't have any copies of it.
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