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  1. Grimeys exclusive & signed By Amanda Shires andJason Isbell: https://www.grimeys.com/preorders/amanda-shires-the-problem
  2. I had the exact opposite experience. My shop (with 3 locations) had 3 copies of Skid Row, but zero NIBs. I got skid row easily, but still no luck on a reasonably priced NIB.
  3. Since breaking through in 2014 with his Grammy nominated Metamodern Sounds in Country Music album, Sturgill Simpson has established himself as one of the most daring and most acclaimed artists of our time. His music stretches across genres and styles, from the psychedelic soul of 2016's A Sailor’s Guide To Earth (Grammy nominated for Album of the Year and winner for Best Country Album) to the fuzzed-out rock attack of Sound & Fury in 2019. Now Simpson returns to the music of his native Kentucky with his first bluegrass project, Cuttin’ Grass - Vol. 1 (The Butcher Shoppe Sessions). The album, which he calls "a mixtape for the fans," was dreamed up while he was recovering from Coronavirus, and sees him reimagining songs from across his catalogue backed by some of Nashville's finest acoustic virtuosos. "All the songs I’ve ever written were written on one guitar, my old Martin D-28, and sung in a fashion that's probably closer to bluegrass than to anything else," Simpson explains. "I had it in my mind for a long time that someday I want to cut as many of these songs as possible in this fashion, just organic and stripped down to the raw bones of the composition. If you can’t sit down and play a song like that, it’s probably a pretty shitty song.” Standard black: https://shop.sturgillsimpson.com/product/X9LPSS05/cuttin-grass-vinyl-2-lp-set?cp=107457_108821 Green & Yellow indie variant: https://www.bullmoose.com/p/34838277/sturgill-simpson-cuttin-grass-vol-1-the-butcher-shoppe-sessions-2-lp-indie-retail-exclusive-opaque-yellow-opaque-green-vinyl
  4. I'll third that. Excellent soundtrack. Still listen to it to this day.
  5. Interesting. I don't think any of GD's records sound like Insomniac, so I can see how that could be a favorite. Dookie is their best, most consistent record without a doubt. However, my fave would be either Warning or Kerplunk.
  6. Agreed. While I can be a sucker for a good covers album, most of the choices here seem to be pretty uninspired and typical. Automatic disqualification for "Kids in America." The world doesn't need another cover of this fucking song for a very long time.
  7. My shipping shows $8.89. Either way, still too much for any Frank Turner lp and certainly not a project like this. The last Buddies release was fun, but definitely not in any way essential. Pass (or wait until some retailer puts it in a bargain bin).
  8. You know what? I think I figured it out. We're thinking about it all wrong. This isn't one LP. This is two EPs pressed on one lp for our convenience. Two sets of five pigs wrapped in one beautifully snug blanket This is one bird in hand rather than two in the bush. Plus two covers and the peace of mind that we only have to get up off our asses half of the time to flip said bird. Still...probably passing on it,
  9. This sounds cool. I love D4 and Dave Hause, but $35 shipped is pretty steep for this, imo.
  10. Hey boss, if you want to talk about new variants, I think you're in the wrong thread
  11. It might be. I just bought it within the past ten minutes and had no issue. Now that I try again, it looks like I can't add it either.
  12. My tracking never updated from label created/awaiting item. It just showed up. It went from label created to delivered. You're probably in the same boat, I'd guess.
  13. Just got this month's Patreon package and it did not disappoint. So glad I was able to get into this thing.