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About GreatGreenOne77

  • Birthday 06/06/1977

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  • Turntable
    '79 Technics SL 3200
  • Speakers
    Polk Monitor Series II 60s
  • Amplifiers
    Kenwood VR-357
  • Turntable Cartridge
    Ortofon OM 10

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  • Location
    Columbus, Ohio
  • Interests
    Vinyl... IT Life... Intelligent People

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  1. Haven't been here in years, but have followed you on Instagram since coming here in 2015. My heart goes out to you and your family right now. Having lost my father I understand the weight that carries, but all the other unfortunate events I can't even imagine being part of the equation. Please, take care of yourself and your mother any way you need to and nothing but positive energy to you.
  2. Slip, Stitch, and Pass was my first way of getting access to them because of the Jesus Just Left Chicago cover. I was just into punk, metal, and classic rock at that age, so hearing them make it sound so good got my defenses down and then I fell in love with them. Gotta jump on that RSD for sure! Rift would be my favorite
  3. My luck, it's sold out there too. Thanks for the help though. I think a friend here may be getting me one, but until I hold it, I'll be on the hunt.
  4. Anyone that can help a brother out finding a Ben Kweller at a decent price, it would be much appreciated <3
  5. I did notice a few places that sounded like the song fuzzed out a bit, but after giving them both a good cleaning I only hear the occasional pop now and those fuzzy places don't appear anymore. Being in such dry weather right now sure did make the vinyl want to cling to my cork matt! My first disc was really difficult to get out of the sleeve and had grit on it. Gentle Moon seems to have a never-ending pop that is a pressing issue and not just dirt. After getting mine cleaned up a bit it seems to sound fine other than a few hiccups here & there, but I think some of my popping is because of how dry and bad the static cling is right now because of the weather.
  6. My GOTGH was delivered today. Not a single wrinkle or ding to be found.. Happy days are here again
  7. Notice it says "Further editions of Ghosts of the Great Highway", meaning it's also available on CD...
  8. Indeed.... it's just in you when you have loved an artist for a really long time and have dedicated so much time & money to collecting their output
  9. It's probably the only one of his "newer style" albums I actually enjoy, and it still took me a good minute for it to get it's hooks into me, but it's his last really solid album in my opinion honestly. The music in his new albums is still great, just that rambling, mumbling vocal style is just too much for me to handle.
  10. I'm right there with you brother. I've been buying his material as fast as it could come up for pre order for years. My girlfriend still likes to pick on me for having like two shelves full of five & six copies of the same Koz records, but after Universal being such a let down and Jesu/SKM not living up to what I expected, I couldn't justify buying any of his new output. Still patiently waiting for Desertshore & MK to get a pressing....one day I tell myself, one day.....
  11. So true. I'd stopped buying his output after the first SKM/Jesu collaboration. His rambling is just not him and I doubt I will ever accept it, but I will wear holes in this repress for sure!
  12. When I woke up to so many responses on this thread after such a long pause, my first thought was "Did he start singing again or something?".... Very happy someone finally realized they could get more cash from us by just putting out his better material again
  13. I gotta give him credit for making me laugh with his one man, two way conversation in Philadelphia Cop.... MC Marky Mark gettin' fuckin' old on yo ass!
  14. "Mark the Rapper" is slightly funny, I must admit. The spoken word breakdowns get a bit tedious, but then again, the same can be said for his last few years output. I found myself at the end of the album before I realized it. Something in my brain finally slammed down the wedge that split this new him away from who he used to be as an artist, so I can finally laugh & slightly enjoy this one. Much more enjoyable than Universal Themes to me though. He actually makes a few good points during his random rants, but it's generally a good listen just for laughs while I'm baked as hell....

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