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  1. This is the one with Paul McCartney on toothbrush sounds, right?
  2. I often think it does, especially if a lot of copies do get recalled and replaced. It's a bit of a paradox, but I always think it's cool those rare times when, say, another band's A-Side appears as the B-side for, say, a Bowie 7" or whatever.
  3. Fun fact, Faltermeyer was the producer and synth programmer for the Pet Shop Boys's Behavior (Arguably their best album) because they hated digi-synths and wanted an analog sound. I guess analog-synth fetishism goes back to 1990.
  4. Seemingly every brick-and-mortar store in town has posted pics of copies on their Insta, with a lot of replies, who seem utterly fucking clueless about the situation. I replied to as many as I could, but their lack of awareness is pretty damn shameful given what a sales bonanza anything Carpenter + Sacred Bones is. Hope they enjoy not taking this off the shelves and having to deal with this come 2019.
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    Vaporwave Vinyl Releases

    I actually took a damp cloth to one side & scrubbed for a bit & then went to Bandcamp to consult the cassette art. Good thing the cover is well-lacquered
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    Vaporwave Vinyl Releases

    So I got my copy in. Don't freak out if you see what look like blotchy dark-grey brown streak marks all over the front and back cover; it's part of the art, not a sign your vinyl is scuffed. Personally I think it was a poor decision to keep that layer in, but my opinion doesn't matter.
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    Vaporwave Vinyl Releases

    Yeah kind of a bummer of them to surprise-release this one Part of me wants to be a Neoncity completist but at 26USD before shipping for six 3-to-5 minute long tracks is too much to ask IMO, especially with Plus100 stuff from Vaperror & CaySystemCorp to sweat about, too.
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    Vaporwave Vinyl Releases

    11 minutes in, 83 copies left and dropping. Selling a copy ever 10 second or so. EDIT: Sold Out! Couldn't let myself buy this one.
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    Sleep - "Dopesmoker", Deluxe Reissue

    I've come to think there are Sleep collectors who will buy every variant (Same with Sunn 0))) and Earth). Some might sell off a previous edition to afford the new one with little to no cost. EDIT: The hologram cover helps, too. If there any copies that went to stores and I see it, I'll probably nab it come to think of it.
  10. Was thinking about this earlier this morning. Great news; hope the OG samples are back.
  11. Well... Guess I'll have to wait another 5-10 years. Sigh. P.S. The presale code for tickets is MIXTAPE. Apparently Nov. 7th?
  12. Btw, holding out for a regular 3LP edition of the reissue is foolish or nah? I have a pretty worn out OP I'd like to flip.
  13. I'm skipping BFRSD for this if I have to (probably will). Good God, I hope my friends with presale access pull through. I'm almost considering Detroit, too. Masonic Temple is the most perfect venue in the world for that band and this album. https://pitchfork.com/news/massive-attack-detail-north-american-mezzanine-anniversary-tour/ Massive Attack Detail North American Mezzanine Anniversary Tour Their U.S. and Canada dates with Cocteau Twins’ Liz Fraser kick off in March 2019 Massive Attack’s Robert “3D” Del Naja and Grant “Daddy G” Marshall, September 2018 (Kieran Frost/Redferns) Massive Attack have detailed the North American leg of their upcoming Mezzanine anniversary tour. In honor of their 1998 LP turning 21 next year, the duo will be playing shows with Cocteau Twins’ Liz Fraser, who lent her vocals to the Mezzanine single “Teardrop.” They’ll kick off the North American leg of the trek in March with a show in Toronto. Find their itinerary below; tickets are available here. Massive Attack previously shared the dates to the European leg of the Mezzanine anniversary tour, which starts in Glasgow, Scotland in January. Massive Attack: 01-28 Glasgow, Scotland - SSE Hydro 01-28 Manchester, England - Manchester Arena 01-31 Brussels, Belgium - Palias 12 02-01 Amsterdam, Netherlands - AFAS Live 02-04 Frankfurt, Germany - Jahrhunderthalle 02-05 Munich, Germany - Zenith 02-06 Milan, Italy - Mediolanum Forum 02-08 Rome, Italy - Palalottomatica 02-09 Padua, Italy - Kioene Arena 02-11 Paris, France - Zenith 02-13 Nantes, France - Zenith de Nantes Metropole 02-14 Bordeaux, France - Bordeaux Metropole Arena 02-18 Lisbon, Portugal - Campo Pequeno 02-22 London, England - O2 Arena 02-24 Dublin, Ireland - 3Arena 03-01 Bristol, England - Steel Yard, Bristol 03-12 Toronto, Ontario - Sony Centre for the Performing Arts 03-14 Boston, MA - Boch Center Wang Theatre 03-15 New York, NY - Radio City Music Hall 03-19 Philadelphia, PA - The Met Philadelphia 03-22 Detroit, MI - Masonic Temple 03-23 Chicago, IL - The Chicago Theatre 03-28 San Francisco, CA - Bill Graham Civic Auditorium 03-29 Los Angeles, CA - Hollywood Palladium 03-30 Los Angeles, CA - Hollywood Palladium 04-02 San Diego, CA - Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre at SDSU
  14. I'm sure every chancer on Discogs who owns one of those bootlegs really loves you now. Watch them be the only Gizz wax worth anything in the aftermarket in years to come whereas if everyone just gifted them, you'd be 1 . Preaching the gospel of the band on people who would never have gave them a second chance and 2. Devaluing it for the speculators. Bradbury wept!