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IanRees last won the day on August 29 2023

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  1. I wasnt taking it as bashing, apologies if I came off as defensive, just providing some clarity from the literal person who comes up with 90% of variants for our label and orders them. The reality is that the amount that splatters, or any version of a splatter, sell higher than a solid/single color is honestly very staggering, especially in the age of social media where 50-75% of people buying vinyl are literally just buying the coolest looking variant to post on social media. I as well am not a huge fan of splatters on solids, I very rarely do them unless they are part of a half/half or in an aside.bside. Yes, new CIS, album rules. These aren't even the 2 best songs from it, in my opinion.
  2. that is correct, there was a miscommunication during set up. BBB has half, rough trade has half.
  3. 🤷‍♂️ Band specifically wanted a lot of random colors because the art was so minimal. My original suggested variants were more black, white and grey themed.
  4. when people stop buying them more than any other variant? I put hundreds of variants into production a year, not just making them up randomly.
  5. Album rips and anyone who wants to buy it is able to, whats the problem?
  6. Looking to thin out my collection a bit $20 PPD to US, will ship outside US but you have to cover shipping costs over $5 5 random 7"s or 2 random LPs
  7. The recent pressing by Hassle was just a standard licensed reissue of the original version of the album.
  8. 250 - PN1 - Blue in Half Clear / Half Beer with Heavy Orange & Yellow Splatter 400 - PN2 - Orange / Mustard Aside/Bside with heavy White and Black splatter 500 - Indie Retail - Orange with Brown Splatter 400 - UK/EU - Brown & Gold Aside/Bside 400 - Newbury - Yellow with Orange and Brown Twist 400 - Banquet - Black in Sea Blue 250 - Revolver - Half Orange / Half Yellow 250 - Rock Sound - Half Sea Blue / Half Black 300 - 24 Hundred - Orange in Yellow 250 - Band - Clear with Orange & Yellow Splatter 2000 - Various - Yellow & Orange Galaxy `'We decided to re record EOTW first and foremost to be as cool as Taylor Swift, but secondly because we wanted to be able to repress the vinyl and offer it to fans that haven’t been able to get it since the record came out." says Alan Day. He continues "It was really interesting to revisit all of the songs down to every detail, getting to kind of relive it in a way. We recorded the drums with Will Putney (who worked on the original EOTW as a engineer), did the rest by ourselves at Dans house, and then had Will work his magic on it and mix and master it. We had just worked with Will for the first time since 2010 on our new album Brain Pain, and figured it would be perfect to work with Will as he knows FYS old and new more than anyone. So give it a listen, come out to the tour, and party like it’s 2010 again."
  9. Perhaps I got overly worked up and offended, for that I apologize. In this very particular case, this is exactly how the band wanted to release the product and they have final say over anything we put out of theirs. The standard edition is still very widely available as well, but they did not want to do the bsides/acoustic songs as their own release. In regards to a $30 LP, we aren't at $30 for a single LP but we try to keep our prices as low as possible, but in a post covid world production costs have soured and unfortunately there's only so low we can go.

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