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  1. i just talked to the guys in the band and they said that the Max Payne 3 soundtrack is coming out on vinyl later this year, they’re just waiting on Rockstar to get things finalized.
  2. I mean, if you were born in BC everything east of Nelson or Cranbrook is the east coast
  3. I'm not a massive Thrush Hermit fan, but The Day We Hit the Coast is total classic 90s Canadiana, one of my favourites. I'd def pick up the LP just for that track.
  4. When did these guys go stoner rock? I stopped listening to the around Crisis, I was just sick of Dallas taking over most of the vocals. This track sounds like Red Fang or something.
  5. I've only listened to the album once completely so far. I dug the singles, and I like the album as a whole, but it's pretty same-y throughout. I think I still like Death Magic more. As for where to start with Health? The singles. That includes the recent collabs, Euphoria off of Disco3 (which may be my favourite track), and some of their remixes (like stuff for Crystal Castles). There are a lot and they're all over the place, plus they generally have great videos. Then I'd say work backwards on actual albums, from this one to the first album, and then do Disco 3/3+/2/1. **oh yeah, I got the download code for the album last night (glad that they're finally including FLAC), and the shipping notification for the red version came today.
  6. Picked up my DIY W&S today. Haven't had a chance to play it yet, but Jonah wrote everything on the sleeve upside-down (if you go with the usual opening on the right). I know that's nothing but it's going to bug me a little every time I see it.
  7. I bought one of the DIY WS records last night and this morning it was changed to a bundle with the USB drive, guess they're almost sold out.
  8. they lost me after There is a Hell... but I'm interested to see what they did with Grimes on this album
  9. and vinyl is up on https://thehyv.shop/collections/health !
  10. Same. Unless they renamed the tracks, none of the collabs are on the track listing given. I have a feeling if they do release it it’ll prob just be digital only (I still want them to put out pt2 of DISCO3 on vinyl and FLAC). I bet if someone calls their number to ask they’ll probably say if they’re going to release those tracks.
  11. Announcement and new track/promo went up just over an hour ago, along with a tour announcement. http://www.youwillloveeachother.com The album (which is NOT the collab tracks they've been posting the last few months, which really needs it's own release) is on red vinyl or black vinyl, on cassette, and bundles with a shirt. Releases Feb 8th 2019. https://thehyv.shop/collections/health As usual, call the number to talk to the band.
  12. Saw the show last night, it was pretty great (although I wish Julien would step up the the mic. it's great hearing her belt out loud from a few feet from the mic, but the girl is a mouse and gets lost in the mix for the quiet parts). They had vinyl available when I came in but everything was $30 (CAD), even the EP. I couldn't pull the trigger on that.
  13. I totally slept on RSD this year and had no idea that Gravediggaz had a repress. Despite it being a pic disc I had to get it, placed an order with your store.
  14. Anyone check out Deadwax? Seems tailor made for me, i’m gonna go home and download it if i can find it: Directed by Graham Reznick, the sound designer for horror features like Stake Land, The House Of The Devil, and The Sacrament whose credits also include co-writing the video game Until Dawn and the Dave Bautista action-thriller Bushwick, Deadwax follows Etta (Hannah Gross from Mindhunter), a young woman with a talent for procuring rare records for rich collectors. The story takes a turn for the gruesome when Etta gets her hands on a legendary “key” record from master sound engineer Lyle M. Lytton, one of only three in existence, identified by the “strange, ominous” marks in its dead wax. After police discover that one of these records is linked to the death of another record collector, Etta sets out to unravel the mystery. It also has Ted Rami in some episodes so it should be fun. https://www.stereogum.com/2014973/killer-vinyl-record-horrow-series-deadwax/video/
  15. https://www.discogs.com/user/SNEAKORDS/collection About ~450 records (that's including 10" and 7"). I found it a pain in the ass to have two different logins for vinyl vs CD so it's all in one collection now.