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troymess

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  1. Loveless deluxe was $56 shipped to the US. Thanks for the heads up.
  2. This album is on its 4th spin already for me. I rarely listen to a single album that much in one day. So great.
  3. Reply to your shipment notification email from Hello Merch and ask for your download of the Outtakes and Oddities LP and you should get it. Specify if you want FLAC or MP3.
  4. Yeah, the record is ~53 minutes long. That's over 26 minutes a side. That's going to be some tricky vinyl mastering if it's going to sound good at all.
  5. Can't wait for That Thing You Do! According to the auction, we'll get the full soundtrack on LP and the single featured in the movie on 7". Can't wait to see the art that Mondo puts together for this.
  6. The download I received had both FLAC and MP3, however the FLAC were released as 44.1 kHz, 16 bit files. They sound incredible, but I do wish he released them as 48 kHz, 24 bit files. They're worth it though considering the huge improvement made for Comfort and Magnified.
  7. They recently made the albums available for digital-only purchase: https://www.hellomerch.com/collections/failure/products/failure-1992-1996-vinyl-box-digital-bonus
  8. Magnified and Comfort are greatly improved. It sounds like a completely new production. Ken outdid himself on the new mixes. The remaster of Fantastic Planet has a little more low end and the low mids are little different, but nothing drastic. From a sonic standpoint, this was already worth the $$$. Can't wait for the physical release as well. Excited to hear the b-sides too.
  9. Ordered the box set but would LOVE to have Year of the Rabbit on vinyl.
  10. Thanks for the heads up! Too good of a deal, especially with the coupon code above.
  11. Bought from DeepDiscount and they sent me the wrong record. As soon as they exchange for the Filter record, I'll report back on the sound quality.
  12. Same. Bands have been choosing him for a reason. He's a good producer and I've enjoyed a lot of what comes out of his studio.
  13. Exactly. Someone in the TGUK camp (friends, family, label, studio engineer) should have said, "is this REALLY what you want?" I get that saturation/driven signal path gives a track some liveliness, but this is over the top and takes away from what are some decent songs.
  14. Agree. It appears whoever either mixed and/or mastered this applied way too much saturation on the mix bus or master. The high hats and cymbals are so shrill it's hard to listen to. I kept listening all the same and the songs, for the most part, are great TGUK songs. I just wish the mix/master was approached differently.
  15. I've been waiting for this for a long time. Definitely Filter at their best. I still listen to this album a LOT. Can't wait to hear it on vinyl.
  16. I'm also looking for Lost In Translation soundtrack if anyone comes across an extra. I'll throw in a few bucks for your troubles.
  17. Luckily my bank reimbursed me immediately so no money lost. I'll be buying a copy at an upcoming show.
  18. I prefer this record to their others. Instrumental progressive music suits them well.
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