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About HoneyFrosted

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  • Birthday 07/11/1988

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  1. Start. A. People. Vinyl. Hell, Mystic Thickness on tape or record would make more sense. Oh well. I love Tobacco everything but I don’t need to pick this up, I’ve managed to avoid partaking in this particular obsolete media.
  2. I realize this isn't the sales forum but anyone lurking here would be the most interested. I have some vet bills to pay and want to get rid of some vapor records. If you're interested in any of these please PM me. If not allowed then feel free to delete post. Death's Dynamic Shroud.wmv - Across The Pacific HKE - Dragon Soul James Ferraro - Human Story 3 Meltnet - Virtual Erotica Moe Shop - Moe Moe Night Tempo - Fantasy (1st press) Software - Digital-Dance Various Artists - The Future Of Funk Vol. 1 (black vinyl first press)
  3. Bundle, baby. I know it's ridiculous but perhaps some will be trading fodder.
  4. I'm sure you can just email em and see if they'll switch it. I hopped on this as soon as I saw the post on reddit but if there's multiple variants at same limit I generally pick the one closest to the album art, so it's all good with me.
  5. Try DMing him thru IG. He just made a post about making whatever copies are left available to those who missed out,. but I think it's only thru DM. Worth a shot. @redalert.records
  6. I was there on the dot for this, after the Raygun fiasco I wasn't missing this. The amount of nerd salt on social media is unbelievable. Looks like a lotta people missed out.
  7. I have been sorting through some of my foreign / rarer cassettes (finally) and putting em up on Discogs to sell, and I thought some might be interested in this tool I found. http://www.betterontape.com/index.php It's like Popsike but just for cassettes, as in it tracks past Ebay sales of items you search for. I'm surprised I haven't come across it til now. It's come in pretty handy for some of these foreign cassettes from Korea or Italy or whatever, which might not have any sales data on Discogs yet and as a result I have struggled to price. I'm wondering if anyone has been using this already and their experience, as to it's accuracy. For one small example: I have a Taiwanese press of The Cure - Kiss Me Kiss Me Kiss Me. I don't even remember where I got it. It's got a huge fold out insert with a bunch of foreign lyrics and pictures of the guys, and the cover art is unaltered - sometimes other countries shrink it down or something. According to Discogs, never been sold, 49 people want, and I'm apparently the only owner. On Better On Tape, it shows this tape being sold twice - one in July '18 for $150 (!!) and a 'little moldy' one in December '18 for $120. Using this method, I've attempted to price some of these others, old Rolling Stones, Eurythmics, japanese Beatles tapes etc. that seem to be rare. I guess I'm wondering if these results can be trusted. I don't do a lot of Ebay stuff, so I'm assuming a lot. Like, when 'number of bids' is just 1, that seems fishy, but I know the Buy It Now option is much more used so that's probably what that is, right? Also, both these sales appear to be from the same guy, given the picture showing the identical table underneath, similar layout and some of the text being word for word - however the tapes do have minor differences in the pics so I don't think this dude just relisted the same tape twice, or, I dunno... bought from himself to drive up the price. Right? Anyway I ended up listing my tape for $129, seeing if anyone will bite. That's the only data I have so I'm rolling with it. Anyone have Ebay experiences that might shed light? Maybe those who actually actively search and hunt on Ebay for this type of thing. Do people actually buy from themselves or make dubious listings just to raise the price later? I'm unfamiliar with Ebay tactics. Thanks for reading this far, and if anything else, have fun with that little tool!
  8. Yeah, not a fan of those shadow policies that suddenly come into effect. I know Paypal does that sorta thing. For newer labels just putting out first product thru Bandcamp or whatever, if they make a certain amount of money in a short time like that, they just freeze your funds until things are reviewed and accounted for, or something like that. Meaning you can't accept money for the product, and any money you have collected is unusable until they decide to free them up, so if it's a preorder (you need the money to make the thing) it just jams up the whole process for weeks or months. I suppose it's to stop shady or criminal behavior, but it looks like 95% of the time it's just a huge headache for people attempting to do legitimate business. I'm surprised Discogs, being the company it is now, doesn't have a man on deck at all times to fix these financial issues. Or like, a phone number. Especially after rolling out some shiny new payment method. I'm sure you're not the only one who's had an issue like this. Sorry bro.
  9. I constantly get those notifications that encourage me to set up my Discogs payments, going on and on about how people are more likely to buy, etc. I haven't yet out of pure laziness - now I'm glad I didn't. However, checks are pretty easy to get. I have checks solely to pay the rent, I don't use them for anything else, so one book lasts me a long time. Shouldn't take longer than a week or so to acquire them. Would they accept an online printout or something?
  10. This is literally the only time I've ever wanted a band bundle, cuz that shirt kicks ass. Really too bad.
  11. Seems good now. Grabbed em. Surprised “150 bundles” hasn’t sold out.
  12. Calm your tits Satan. Jesus. I don't have 10, even 5 vinyl savvy friends I discuss any of this with. Most peoples eyes glaze over and I can tell they don't care. He went to a place where people would definitely care. And I'm pretty sure he's gonna do it even if you don't think it'll be useful.