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  1. The Live Anthology 7-LP box is back UP and IN STOCK at ccmusic.com. 124.48 - 20% with JUNE20 code.
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    RE: musicinveins11 = rip off artist

    This is too funny. I had never heard of this guy until just now. Google Street View shows he lives in a nice home. His garage is so full that a car can't go in and the door won't close. Also, note the empty USPS mail bin by the mailbox - he must get lots of mail! Google Street View - 613 Box Branch Circle
  3. The 'Live Anthology" box is out-of-stock at Amazon now, and prices are rising rapidly. CCmusic.com still lists this box in stock at $124 (and coupon code "JUNE20" still works to reduce price by 20%. The current code "JULY20" does not work for some reason.) EDIT: I just had a private message that said CCMusic does not list the LP as available anymore. I bought one earlier this morning and have a confirmation of the order. Sorry about that ...
  4. This 5-th record thing is just so very very cool!
  5. Mica Levi's score for 'Jackie' has gotten quite cheap: $6.06 plus shipping at Amazon through third party sellers. The music is described as "sad but gorgeous". Jackie score by Mica Levi at Amazon
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    Deadmau5 - While(1<2)

    I didn't want to start a new thread, but Deadmau5's rare 'Mau5trap 17' big 4-LP compilation / label project is available cheap in 'acceptable' condition from Amazon Warehouse. Supposedly only 200 were pressed. Price $34.16. https://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-listing/B078XXC7Z4/ref=tmm_vnl_used_olp_0?ie=UTF8&condition=used&qid=1530545593&sr=1-75
  7. The 2017 reissue of Bernard Hermann's score to 'Vertigo' is cheap now from various sellers on Amazon and elsewhere: $6.98 plus shipping. Colored vinyl too! Vertigo
  8. Marissa Nadler's new album 'For My Crimes' is up for pre-orders now. A limited edition colored vinyl version is limited to 400 it says. Info on USA pre-orders is here: https://www.sacredbonesrecords.com/products/sbr208-marissa-nadler-for-my-crimes The album was produced by LAWRENCE ROTHMAN, Justin Raisen and myself and recorded at Lawrence’s studio in Laurel Canyon. This record is the most intimate album of my career, featuring warm, up-front vocals that serve to support 11 deeply wrought songs. I played most of the instruments on this album, while Angel Olsen, Sharon Van Etten and Kristin Kontrol brought the songs to new melodic heights with their own unique takes on harmony. Cellist Janel Leppin composed transportive string-arrangements, while Mary Lattimore - Harpist added her spectral experimental harp to the mix. Eva Gardner played bass while Dana Colley, the sax player from the band Morphine, has the honor of being the only male musician on the album. This is the first album that features one of my paintings on the cover, and I hope that you, upon hearing the first song, get enveloped in the wide and expansive landscape of it.
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    Shoegaze/Dream Pop Thread

    Pre-Orders are open for the new Still Corners LP called 'Slow Air'. There do not appear to be any variants yet: http://www.stillcorners.com/product-page/slow-air-lp
  10. Amazon Warehouse is offering an 'acceptable' copy of the Chvrches LP in blue at $10.72 with free prime shipping: https://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-listing/B07B64T2SN/ref=tmm_vnl_used_olp_sr?ie=UTF8&condition=used&qid=1529328790&sr=1-10
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    Official Newbury Comics Reissue Thread

    Newbury Comics sale online: 20% off everything for two days. Free shipping over $75.00. Free Standard Shipping on all US orders over $75!
  12. L Sonoio : FINE LP/CD/Digital (DAIS120) Prior to releasing a string of influential and widely acclaimed solo records under his own name on labels such as Important and Hospital Productions, Alessandro Cortini (Nine Inch Nails) self-released two albums under the name SONOIO (“It’s Me.”) in 2010 and 2011 in limited runs. Praised for their complex and rich pop sound, strong vocal delivery and thoughtful compositions with impeccable production values, SONOIO’s “Red” and “Blue” (and the accompanying remix albums “Non Red” and “Non Blue”) made heavy use of Cortini’s expert manipulation of the Buchla synthesizer, releasing the single “Enough”, and remixing Ladytron’s “Houdini” before setting off on tour in direct support. As activity with Nine Inch Nails, the demands of touring, and his other solo endeavors began to pick up, production on the third and final SONOIO installment was delayed. In 2014 however, after years of silence, SONOIO posted the single and video for the song “Thanks For Calling” exclusively on sonoio.org and quickly reignited rumors and hope for the release of the third album. Four years have passed since then, and Dais Records is proud to announce – finally - the exclusive release of SONOIO’s third and final effort: “Fine”, and the official re-release of the single and video for “Thanks For Calling”. Fine is the first SONOIO full length to be released on vinyl, with art direction and package design by Caspar Newbolt and photography by Matt Sundin. Opening track “I Don’t Know” and the mournful follow-up “Left” set the stage for the emotional ride, with reverbed synths over an acute mid-tempo beat – accompanied by astonishingly strong vocals, which those accustomed to Cortini’s instrumental works will likely be happily shocked by. Next, the aforementioned single “Thanks For Calling” starts slow, building over 4 minutes with Cortini whispering, speaking, building strength into the gorgeously delivered line: “falling to pieces” before the track explodes into a driving anthem. The album then quite literally descends into “Pieces”, an instrumental effort that brings to mind Aphex’s Ambient Works – a submerged lullaby of electronics before re-emerging into “Vitamin D”, an energetic and pulsing track that snaps the listener to attention. A pattern of smart and intentional pacing and rhythm becomes apparent, as the listener is taken down through moody, effective dirges (“Bad Habit”, “Under The Sea”) and lifted up into a surprising guitar piece “What’s Before”. “I Don’t Know (Coda)” is the album’s effective and final track, with Cortini’s vocals muffled and echoing “I’m in the mirror, let me in….” before emerging loud and clear above a wash of howling synth* Personal, layered and complex, “Fine” achieves greatness as both a singular example of deep and inspiring pop music, and as the final album – the closing chapter in the story of SONOIO. Comes on standard black vinyl, limited editions on yellow (100 copies) and green (400 copies) vinyl, as well as digital and compact disc formats. Limited Yellow is still available as/of this post: https://www.daisrecords.com/collections/sonoio/products/sonoio-fine-lp-cd?variant=8175421587544
  13. The big 2-LP reissue of David Sylvian and Holger Czukay's 'Plight & Premonition + Flux & Mutability' is quite reasonable on Amazon.com USA right now. $17.99 including free Prime shipping. Groenland's website says the music is "digitally remastered". https://www.amazon.com/Plight-Premonition-Mutability-Holger-Sylvian/dp/B07BZB64KX
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    PO - Wild Nothing - Indigo

    Rough Trade UK (but not Rough Trade USA) is advertising a bonus instrumental CD, as well as a Rough Trade Exclusive color option: https://www.roughtrade.com/gb/music/wild-nothing-indigo
  15. Pre-Orders are open now for Olafur Arnalds' "re:member". It looks like Rough Trade will have a clear vinyl exclusive (pre-orders are up on the UK site but not yet on the USA site). https://www.roughtrade.com/gb/music/olafur-arnalds-re-member The regular USA version will be black.
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