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  1. https://www.sacredbonesrecords.com/collections/releases/products/sbr222-institute-readjusting-the-locks bourbon vinyl w/ screenprinted cover /250 Sacred Bones Society version on gray vinyl w/ screenprinted cover /150 the rest on black With half the band having left their native Texas for New York, Readjusting the Locks is the first Institute album written across the country. Despite the distance it sounds every bit as cohesive as if they were all still hanging out every night in the same Austin dives. The newly NYC-based Moses Brown and Arak Avakian flew to Houston in October 2018, where they joined Barry Elkanick and Adam Cahoon to demo the entirety of the new album in a single day. In December, the band got back together in Brooklyn to record with their longtime producer Ben Greenberg (Uniform). Where the previous Institute albums often wandered into the experimental, Readjusting the Locks strives to be economical, its 13 tracks clocking in at a tight 29 minutes. The band has seamlessly incorporated more ’77 rock n’ roll into their sound, some songs feeling like they could’ve been a Stiff Records single. This sound is emphasized by Greenberg’s expert production — crisp but still blown out and dirty. Lyrically, Readjusting the Locks moves away from the traditionally personal words of frontman Moses Brown. Rather than attacking the internal workings of his brain or its socialization, as on previous records, this album attempts to address the societal atmosphere in which his agita exists.
  2. Love the pressings Gunner does. Wish it was cheaper to have them shipped to the US. Makes me feel bad for all the europeans who have to deal with that from the US all the time.
  3. Selling this slipmat that came in the bundle with the screened cover. It's supposedly exclusive to the bundle so there's only 100 of them. $12 ppd or feel free to make an offer. SOLD
  4. There are 3500 copies of this already and I'm pretty sure there are less than 3500 people that want to own this on vinyl.
  5. Left I note that I ordered for me and @GradedOnACurve. Hopefully you saw that.
  6. So I got this on the cheap recently - I think like $40 w/ Exister and Light It Up. I got the starburst version, but my disc 2 (C/D) is definitely solid orange. Anyone else? Also for anyone who got the solid version is disc 2 orange?
  7. I think this is for the alternate cover. 500 total. The regular cover black is probably unlimited. That's what I was wondering. Couldn't find a picture but don't care about the tshirt enough anyway.
  8. Edit: Found the red /500 https://kingsroadmerch.com/bad-religion/view/?id=15293
  9. Don't have the box but this was my thought. Really surprised there's not a red. Also Epitaph/KRM usually does a variant they they send out a link to people who have purchased band's stuff before, but isn't linked in the store. Going to wait a bit and see if we get one.
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