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  1. Prices include media mail shipping. Photos and additional details available upon request. Never hurts to make a reasonable offer. August Burns Red - Messengers - Black w/ Orange Haze 2016 Reissue w/ Alt Art - $280 August Burns Red - Found in Far Away Places - Translucent Sea Blue - $80 August Burns Red - Phantom Anthem - Milky Clear w/ Black & Olive Splatter - $75 Dead Poetic - New Medicines - Translucent Red - $175 The Devil Wears Prada - With Roots Above and Branches Below - Translucent Purple - $130 Emery ‎- The Weak's End - Translucent Light Blue "Fishbowl" Variant - $200 Emery - The Question - Translucent Cherry Red - $225 The Juliana Theory - Deadbeat Sweetheartbeat - Blue & Green Splatter 2xLP - $100 Mae - The Everglow - Rainbow Starburst "Anything" Variant 2xLP - $300 Mae ‎- Destination: Beautiful - Baby Blue/Aqua Blue Swirl with White, Sea Blue, and Electric Blue Splatter - $175 mewithoutYou - [A-->B] Life - White w/ Brown Splatter "Sugar into Tea" Variant - $75 mewithoutYou - Brother, Sister - Marble Blue - $80 mewithoutYou - It's All Crazy! It's All False! It's All a Dream! It's Alright - Mixed Marble - $80 Norma Jean - O'God the Aftermath - Translucent Gold - $180 Oh, Sleeper - When I Am God - Half Clear Half Blue - $180 Say Anything - ...Is a Real Boy - Orange in Clear 4x10" + 1x7" Box Set - $200 Underoath - Rebirth (They're Only Chasing Safety + Define the Great Line) - White 2xLP in Triple Gatefold - $160
  2. Oh man. I'm going to exercise some restraint here, but the truly tempting part is the inclusion of those fantastic demos I used to stream on repeat on PureVolume back in 2006. Wonder if any of the extra material will get a digital release.
  3. Will probably stick to black vinyl, though the iridescent blue mockup looks intriguing. New song is good but it's not quite 100% there for me, hard to put my finger on it. Also, this is driving me crazy and I feel like a bad fan, but what other MO song does the beginning sound like? The closest I can get is After the Scripture or maybe Don't Let Them See You Cry, but neither of those are quite it.
  4. Newly pressed Rotoscope 10"! Repressed Singles Collection! Repressed S/T! Repressed Eternal Blue! Rise Store: 2x Variants of Rotoscope, White Singles, Yellow S/T, 180G Black Eternal Blue Revolver: White/Banana Swirl Singles, Smoke S/T, Baby Blue Eternal Blue Newbury: Pink Singles, Maroon S/T, White Eternal Blue
  5. It's killer for sure. The bass is insane, I remember being absolutely blown away by the low end in January 1979 the first time I spun it, and I'm not a big bass person.
  6. Yes, the difference is massive. These are some of the best sounding records I own. Detail, dynamic range, and presence are all far above their 33 counterparts.
  7. Glad to have them back! New song slaps. Will definitely be passing on the garbage color mix, hope the "eco" black turns out sounding okay.
  8. I really like this album and every once in a while I go on a good little Blindside rampage, but I can't justify the price tag for the amount I think I would spin it. If this had been a $20 pressing I'd jump for sure.
  9. The Singles Volume 1 "The Strokes The Singles - Volume 01 is a 7” vinyl boxset comprised of the 10 original vinyl singles released from the band’s first three studio albums. Utilizing the original singles artwork, the boxset will include standard black 7” vinyl of "The Modern Age," "Hard To Explain," "Last Nite," and "Someday," off of Is This It (2001), "12:51," "Reptilia," and "The End Has No End" off of Room on Fire (2003), and "Juicebox," "Heart In A Cage," and "You Only Live Once" off of First Impressions of Earth (2006) with their accompanying b-sides. Ship date: February 24, 2023 $124.98" Almost excited about this, but the price is a little steep and I already have OPs of Last Nite and Juicebox, so, we'll see.
  10. Phenomenal, thank you, sounds really fantastic. I was shocked that lengthy B-side sounded so good all the way through, is that 7" a 33 or 45?
  11. Trying to decide if the nostalgia and collecting aspects for ISSWS are worth the inevitable $30 price tag. It's a good album with a lot of memories attached but I'm not sure the last time I listened to it.
  12. Got mine in today. Haven't had a chance to listen yet but the packaging is great and the sea blue color turned out nicely.
  13. Norma Jean - Deathrattle Sing for Me www.dropcards.com/vinyl J46DKQ9XQRTC
  14. "At long last the Audiophile Black versions of the Brother, Sister Collector's Edition have finally arrived. Shipments are being prepped now so please update your address if you have moved. You can do so by contacting our customer service at [email protected] We ask that you continue to be patient however as it could take several weeks to fulfill all the orders. After your package is picked by up the US Postal Service and the tracking information is initially updated you will receive an automated shipping confirmation along with your tracking information."
  15. Super pleased with how the black sounds overall. My only complaint is some IGD rears its ugly head on the last track of each side, which unfortunately mars my favorite song on the album, Cathedrals. But for the bulk of the record, clarity and dynamic range are super strong. They've come a long way since recording/pressing YM&V.
  16. Both songs are terrific, but the ending of Cathedrals is insane. These guys keep impressing me every time they release new music.
  17. I did see that in my email not long after I posted. The only thing I halfway buy from it is "complicated licensing reasons", but if that's the case then they should really just lead with that ("hey guys, sorry, we were only allowed to press X many and decided the best way to do this was FF") instead of some weird sidetrack about how people who buy vinyl online apparently don't support musicians (...?) and an accusation that anyone who doesn't understand why a release would be eternally limited to one festival doesn't want other people to have nice things. I generally like what I see of the UOV guys and I'll give them the benefit of the doubt because they probably get a lot of rude correspondence, but that answer rubbed me the wrong way.
  18. Can someone explain to me what's the point of going to all the trouble to press these records and make a nice package and inserts and whatnot, only sell them exclusively physically in one location once ever? This is taking the rarity aspect of vinyl way too far.
  19. I'd be tempted to pay VMP prices for that if it was 45, but for some reason it's not?
  20. Okay so I finally got around to listening to my first pressing and it was quite the journey. It's never spectacular, but it starts out sounding very competently pressed, surprisingly good clarity, presence, and dynamic range. There's an interesting analog tone to it that's surprising for a digitally-sourced master pressed in 2012... doesn't have the harshness of the CD rip pressings so many other albums of this era got. As you can guess, there's inner groove distortion on each side of this 89-minute behemoth (if somebody really wanted to do this right, they'd need a third disc), but the degree and length of the IGD varied pretty majorly (side A wasn't too bad, side C was rough). I did completely forget that Spay Me somehow got punted onto the end of Disc 1 for this, which is weird and a bummer because it was a victim of quite a bit of IGD. My copy does have a bit of surface noise, too, but it's only occasionally distracting. Overall, when it's good, it's actually quite good, but I'd say about 40% of the tracks are affected by IGD to some degree. I'll be curious to hear the reviews from this pressing, but I don't see it solving the biggest issue, so I'm not planning on shelling out for it.
  21. Hard to watch one of my historically favorite songwriters descend like this the past several years. I listened to the album once through today and don't foresee ever needing to revisit it.
  22. Now you just need to hope someone on here got two A/B discs.

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