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Everything posted by thefavoriteplay

  1. I'd love a WIITB repress but why not Finch's Falling Into Place EP as well?
  2. Commit has been steadily kept in press on black, I bought a new copy just recently. It's just the variants that get all the hoopla.
  3. Available from Sexy Baby Records: "So Much More than a Cassettes Box Set" includes 1 copy -The Ataris "...Anywhere But Here" CS, -...Blue Skies, Broken Hearts... Next 12 Exits" CS, -The Ataris "End is Forever" CS, and -The Ataris "So Long Astoria (Demos)" with exclusive 4 pack button pack and sticker. PLUS full digital download of each album including 10 additional bonus alternative takes, covers and demo songs. The box set is $45 and limited to /100 (they also offer the cassettes individually) (It is actually cheaper to buy the box set than to buy the individual cassettes.) Also, this is the first time "End Is Forever" and the "So Long, Astoria" Demos has been put on cassette. https://www.sexybabyrecords.com/products/the-ataris-so-much-more-than-a-cassettes-box-set
  4. Brandon Boyd's (Incubus) new solo album is out now and streaming. Qrates is once again providing the vinyl for this solo album. (Qrates previously produced the 10th Anniversary vinyl of his first solo album "The Wild Trapeze.") Qrates states that this will be pressed on heavyweight vinyl and will be limited to /1000. This is currently an open preorder and the record costs $30. https://qrates.com/projects/25720-echoes-cocoons
  5. I got my copy in from the Craft webstore and the guitar cord is embossed on the front and back of the jacket. Pretty cool. I haven't had a chance to listen to it yet.
  6. I got the first, of many, variants today. The "Ghostly" variant.
  7. I understand this logic but Bleed American has been continually repressed and there must have been others. Plus I seem to keep hearing the tale that the band are notorious about keeping their discography limited. I don't know if the latter is true.
  8. I have no clue. But it is quite annoying. I tried to get all of the AFI variants but missed a few.
  9. AFI's "Bodies" that was also put out by Rise had like 15 variants as well
  10. I like how it says that this album will actually have an Mylar space bag as an outer wrap. haha
  11. How do I get the Spotify variant? I don't see it anywhere and I am looking on the PC site?
  12. I didn't see this posted nor did I see if there was a catch-all thread for Rollin Records releases. But they are releasing AFI's major label debut "Sing The Sorrow" bootleg today at 12PST. It will be on red vinyl. The cost is $39.99. Kind of steep especially since I have been reading iffy things about their sound quality. They look to be capitalising on the new AFI album "Bodies" dropping today. https://rollinrecs.com/
  13. Where is a good shop to order the UK indie exclusive? I can't find a store?
  14. Square Cat Vinyl is running a winter sale this weekend and you can get 15% off using the code "WINTER" in their webstore. I was able to save about $13 on this Elms set and get it for $80.65.
  15. I got my die-cut splatter and it is a very nice presentation but I went back and checked for a DL code and there is none. Which is really annoying because all of the past albums the DL codes were available on your invoice on the site when you paid. Now they are selling the code for $9. I just don't understand because AFI gave a code for Twisted Tongues/Escape From LA when you bought the 7" soooo? (And I know I am in the minority but I would have really liked a CD of this album (many other fans wanted it too).
  16. I would say it's good you played the original years ago so you could experience the ambiance and mood when it first came out. So, I would say definitely pick up the I + II collection to help get into the saga. The sequel is a very fun game and refines the Shenmue experience. And Sega did a great job porting the collection over with the game save carryover from Shenmue to Shenmue 2 intact. North American Shenmue fans were denied that functionality because the idiot Peter Moore made a deal for Shenmue II to appear exclusively on the Xbox in the US. Plus the collection is usually pretty cheap. Both games are also easy Platinums. And with Shenmue III, I thourohly loved the game. Yu Suzuki managed to keep the same feel and spirit of Shenmue in the third all of these years later.
  17. Brandon Boyd's debut solo album "The Wild Trapeze" is getting the vinyl treatment for the first time for its 10-year Anniversary through Qrates. This album is being pressed on "heavy black vinyl" and was initially limited to 500 copies but due to overwhelming sales, they added more to the shop so I guess this will now be /1000. The album is available for $20 with $6 shipping. https://qrates.com/projects/21301-the-wild-trapeze
  18. Motion City Soundtrack have put up copies of their latest tour-only 7" that was a VIP Bundle exclusive from their "Don't Call It A Comeback" Tour. The 7" is $20 but has a steep $8 shipping cost, so with tax it is nearly a $30 7". But proceeds are going for a good cause - Save Our Stages. https://www.niicethings.co/motioncitysoundtrack/motion-city-soundtrack-7
  19. I don't understand this release set. Is this just a repressing of the past Sonic Adventure 1 & 2 OST's from Brave Wave? I see Limited Run is partnering with Brave Wave so it must be so. I already have the colored versions of the first press though. I genuinely love these games (the Dreamcast ones).
  20. Early this morning Blaqk Audio released the first 5 tracks - the "Side A" - of their new album Beneath The Black Palms. Tracklist: Side A: 1. Consort 2. Zipper Don't Work 3. 1948 4. A Distant Light 5. Hiss Side B: 6. Burnt Babies Fear the Fire 7. Fish Bite 8. Bird Sister 9. I'm Comin' Over 10. Tired Eyes 11. It's Not Going Well Today they put up a pre-order for the full length. There appears to be 2 variants both /250 tri-color & pink, but the pink is locked behind an expensive bundle. The (signed) pink is available separately but it still is expensive @ $50 --$25 https://blaqkaudio.warnermusic.com/

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