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  1. He's played the majority of the songs live on the last tour, so just youtube the track titles to get an idea. Also, that bonus track was previously known as Two Feet off the Ground when played live, if you want to know what that sounds like too.
  2. If you're referring to Beating Heart Baby, the Chris Lord-Alge remix is included on Popaganda, which isn't that different from the mix on Decadance. But yeah, $50 for a repress of that album is too much at this point.
  3. Here's a screenshot of the Wiki page in case that changes too lol https://imgur.com/GNqX5NV Edit: I don't know how to embed a picture. Someone please do that for me!
  4. That was me. The wiki still says it, but in the "Background" section where it's referenced saying "they have been 'adapted for a bit more of an organic, indie rock template', with vocals from Saint Sinner on five of the album's eight tracks", that linked site on magneticmag.com must've changed because it doesn't mention it anymore... wonder if that has something to do with the initial backlash of vocals on pink & blue... the Tycho guy also made some post on the their facebook page talking about the reactions to that single so maybe something is happening.
  5. His press release mentions that the new song is different from the Dive, Awake, and Epoch trilogy, so it makes sense that this new album will be a departure from the trilogy as well, both sonically and aesthetically. I'm reluctant to the idea of a Tycho album with 5/8 tracks with featured vocals, but with that being said, I'd wager he's using this as a jump into the more casual mainstream EDM pop audience, and he will be bigger than ever because of it. Those airy breathy coffeeshop vocals are just part of that winning formula lol. I don't blame him at all for this way to find more success. I also think it would make sense if he appeases the long-time fans with instrumental versions too. Also a fun tidbit, when I fly for work, occasionally I'll hear them played on the radio inside the Delta planes sometimes when they have that on before or after a flight.
  6. I think someone said a few posts back that there is an open slip in the part 1 deluxe package that will be used to house the part 2 disc, which may also be a picture disc.
  7. Nice, thanks for the info! Does reserving a table cost extra on top of the ticket cost? Couldn't find anything mentioning it on the website. I most likely would just go for the open floor regardless, but would be good to know for future reference. Sorry to hear you'll be out of town for it!
  8. Are you going for tickets to the show at Park West? I haven't been there before, have you? If so, what's it like? Since it's 1000-person capacity, I'm thinking it will probably sell out pretty quick, but I'm wondering if they have the next night available to book a 2nd show if that's the case.
  9. IIRC, I think right before TMR ships the Vault packages they'll send out an email to request everyone double-checks to see if their address in their profiles are correct. I haven't subscribed for a year or so, so not sure if that's still the case. EDIT: Also, idk about that "virtual order" thing. Might be worth an email to TMR asking about that.
  10. I am! Agreed. Loved from first time I heard it however many years ago that was. I am one of those people haha. Loved it from the moment it was released, and listened to it the other day for the first time in awhile and still love it. I also agree! Haha. I know this may be blasphemous, but outside of Burst Apart, Undersea, and Familiars, I never really got into any of their other stuff, including Hospice. It's probably because Burst Apart was my first exposure to them and anything older than that hasn't really struck a cord with me. May be time I go back and listen to all that stuff again.
  11. Yep those are the ones I use too. Totally worth the $14. I've used them at least 20 times now so far. Just gotta get used to them "turning everything down" a little bit, but once that happens, it does make the music sound more "clear" in a way. And ear protection of course!
  12. Yeah, it's almost worse than wearing the band's shirt to their show. Lol jk, you're fine. In fact, I believe the common squishy disposable earplugs do a better "overall" job of protecting your ears because they filter all sound down to a safer decibel level, whereas some of the fancy musicians earplugs only filter down sounds at certain frequencies to allow more clarity on the sounds you do want to hear. Someone correct me if I'm wrong.
  13. I'm all about Next Level. It's similar quality to what I remember AA being (haven't bought any AA shirts in years). You can also find blanks for dirt cheap on Amazon. I always thought Gildan longsleeve shirts were great, but their heavy cotton t-shirts felt too thick, especially to wear in the summer.
  14. Man, Jack's show at the Metro was insane. Sat in line from 7:00pm to 9:30pm when doors open and got to stand dead center on the balcony railing for the show. Had to have been the best view in the place. Metro could've used less fog though lol. Noticed both the owner and the president of the Cubs were in the VIP section too. I really hope TMR has plans to release the audio in some way. The setlist was great.
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