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  1. I've dreaded this day since the deadformat database stopped keeping up with new releases a few years ago. With Discogs having grown in popularity since then, I'm surprised Deadformat survived as long as it did. I started a backup collection in Google Sheets about three years ago when I grew worried Deadformat might disappear, and only a week ago started to make a Discogs collection (good timing I guess). But I'm grateful Deadformat held on because it has been my preferred destination for documenting my collection. It was there when I started, helped suck me into the vinyl collectin
  2. JETS TO BRAZIL REISSUES ARE HAPPENING!! Up for pre-order now on SRC Vinyl (that's how I found out), Epitaph will probably post theirs soon. On clear and black vinyl. https://www.srcvinyl.com/searchanise/result/?q=Jets+To+Brazil
  3. I'm guessing it is the LP collection of their various 7"s that they've been hinting at for a while.
  4. Glad I held off on getting Vol. 2. I think the new Lakeshore version will pair nicely with my OG Vol. 1.
  5. Almost positive it's the next box set of four clear 7"s.
  6. Hey Var, while you're peeking your head in here, what happened to all of the Hot Water Music releases? They disappeared from the No Idea store a while ago and also vanished from Spotify.
  7. Add me to the list of interested folks needing help with the tour press. They didn't have any at the CA dates a few weeks ago but I'd love one.
  8. I noticed this a few weeks ago and thought it was odd. Their early releases (pre-Epitaph, aside from Forever and Counting) also vanished from Spotify. My guess is the rights changed hands. Perhaps reissues are in the works? We'll see.
  9. Out of print for over 25 years, the debut LP from the legendary WARZONE is finally available again. WARZONE were a cornerstone of the NYHC scene, sharing the stage with AGNOSTIC FRONT, CRO-MAGS, MURPHY'S LAW, YOUTH OF TODAY and many more. Led by the influential and charismatic Ray "Raybeez" Barbieri, WARZONE entered the studio in 1987 and produced Don't Forget The Struggle Don't Forget The Streets which many consider their greatest release. Often imitated but never duplicated, WARZONE had a sound unique to the NYHC scene. Coupled with vocalist Raybeez' uplifting and incisive lyrics, WARZONE's
  10. Has anyone else found it odd that the album's packaging (LP and CD) doesn't feature any photos of the band? Could it be a legal issue, or just bare bones design?
  11. As I see people getting them, I'm really feeling bummed I didn't snag a signed copy. Cool for everyone who did, though!
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