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copelandkid last won the day on February 14

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  1. i mean i imagine there are only two being flipped because there aren't many more than two Spartan releases worth flipping lol. and of course there's only one copy of each up at a time b/c supply/demand. i'm ultimately not trying to suggest this guy is flipping a bunch of his stock, or even personally assuming it. but the fact is it's totally something you could infer from the situation. it kinda looks "shady" and ppl in the vinyl world of all niche hobbies definitely have a BS detector like few others haha. tl;dr i get that running a label is a tough business but at least have the respect for your customer base to flip em under a screenname lol.
  2. Add $5 for shipping (US only) + goods/services fee. More than happy to knock a couple bucks off for multiples, just ask! As Cities Burn - Come Now Sleep (1st press, clear) $22 Broken Social Scene - Hug of Thunder (black) $15 Acceptance - Colliding by Design (maroon) $8 Circa Survive - The Amulet (half black, half clear w/blue splatter) $13 Freelance Whales - Diluvia (black) $25 Matt Pond PA - Winter Lives (white) $8 Orchid Tapes - Radiating Light Compilation (blue) $10 Blonde Redhead - Barragan (black) $12
  3. here's hoping 4 a cassette tape issue too *ducks*
  4. as promised! glad to finally have this one, hoping for represses of Stairway, Patience, and Phrases are soon to follow. preferably all at once
  5. i think there are a lot of erstwhile DCFC fans would say this has already been the case for a good 10-15 years already haha
  6. i'm gonna go out on a limb here and say assessing DIY bands by their (small) festival draw is akin to judging racecars by their highway mileage.
  7. loooll fair, but it's honestly more "cared," not "care." especially after that trash fire of an album. perhaps you don't know many lapsed/recovered 2000s youth group or "scene" kids, but that band was ubiquitous in both circles for close to a decade.
  8. i mean can you even base that conjecture on anecdote? or observation (for example: "looks like they've been picking up new fans from it")? i've run into a few strident defenders of the record on the internet (to be clear, not ppl who are just defending the band/the right of artists to sling crap at the wall, but who dig the album) but literally everyone i know personally in my circles (lets say like 3 dozen ppl, ages ~18-45) who have at one point been fans of the 'Oath were pretty put off by it and worse. which may skew heavy towards the dislike side, but certainly nothing to suggest 80% of ppl hearing the album liking it...
  9. this is shaping up to be the kind of album i will at least stream out of longstanding interest in the artist making it but won't dare to preorder. deeply anticlimactic/unmoving stuff for me, hoping it'll work in the album context a bit more convincingly.
  10. grabbed both tapes!! was kinda bummed to have missed the flash OLG tape run from a while back and super glad i didn't go to discogs for one haha
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