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  1. -$24.98 + shipping in official Bowie store -not on Amazon yet... From the inbox: September 29, 2022 - Parlophone Records proudly announces DAVID BOWIE: DIVINE SYMMETRY, a four-CD, one Blu-ray box set and digital equivalent. The collection celebrates the 12 months leading up to the release of the album Hunky Dory in December 1971 via home demos, BBC radio sessions, and live and studio recordings. DAVID BOWIE: DIVINE SYMMETRY contains 48 previously unreleased tracks/demos and new alternative mixes of Hunky Dory tracks by original co-producer Ken Scott. Two books accompany DIVINE SYMMETRY, a 100-page hardback book featuring exclusive memorabilia and photos, alongside a 60-page replica composite of Bowie’s notebooks from the era featuring handwritten lyrics, costume drawings, recording notes, and set lists. The sleeve notes were written for the release by Bowie expert Tris Penna, along with contributions from Hunky Dory, including co-producer Ken Scott, lifelong Bowie friends Geoff MacCormack and George Underwood, singer Dana Gillespie, guitarist Mark Pritchett, Friars Aylesbury promoter David Stopps, publisher Bob Grace, and photographer Louanne Richards. 1971 was a pivotal year for Bowie. He signed a record deal with RCA, met Andy Warhol, Lou Reed, and Iggy Pop while in New York, became a father and penned the song "KOOKS" as a show of paternal pride, and played live for the first time that June with Mick Ronson, Woody Woodmansey and Trevor Bolder. This band would later be christened The Spiders From Mars and recorded the classic album, Hunky Dory. "KOOKS," recorded by Bowie and guitarist Mick Ronson for the BBC’s Sounds Of The 70s presented by Bob Harris, is now available for download and streaming. It was recorded at Kensington House, Shepherds Bush, London, Studio T1 for BBC Radio on September 21, 1971, and broadcasted on October 4, 1971. A DIVINE SYMMETRY (AN ALTERNATIVE JOURNEY THROUGH HUNKY DORY) VINYL LP Side 1 1 Changes (2021 alternative mix) (3.38) 2 Oh! You Pretty Things (BOWPROMO mix) (3.12) 3 Eight Line Poem (BOWPROMO mix) (2.52) 4 Life On Mars? (original ending version) (4.01) 5 Kooks (BOWPROMO mix) (2.53) 6 Quicksand (2021 mix – early version) (5.01) Side 2 7 Fill Your Heart (2021 alternative mix) (3.12) 8 Bombers (2021 alternative mix) (2.42) 9 Andy Warhol (original mix) 10 Song For Bob Dylan (2021 alternative mix) (4.22) 11 Queen Bitch (BOWPROMO mix) (3.16) 12 The Bewlay Brothers (2021 alternative mix) (5.26) 2, 3, 5, 9 and 11 Produced by Ken Scott (assisted by The Actor) Recorded, engineered, and mixed by Ken Scott at Trident Studios, London 1, 4, 6 – 8, 10 and 12 Produced by David Bowie and Ken Scott Recorded and engineered by Ken Scott at Trident Studios, London Mixed by Ken Scott, October/November 2021
  2. They were INCREDIBLE last night in Cleveland. I hope this leads to a more permanent reunion, and that shelved fifth record finally comes out.
  3. Weezer - SZNZ: Autumn https://transactions.sendowl.com/orders/113625166/download/f3150c6102680b2fe71726e5fa369edd Two downloads left.
  4. https://weezerwebstore.com/products/sznz-autumn-milky-clear-vinyl Password went out at midnight.
  5. This thing was so unorganized when it came to Cleveland last year, but I got a bunch of cheap records so I can't complain too much.
  6. 3xLP on Amazon - $49.98 with free shipping 3xLP on TP's webstore - $49.98 + shipping 6xLP on TP's webstore - $174.98 + shipping 6xLP "uber-deluxe" edition on TP's webstore - $549.98 + shipping September 21, 2022—The long-awaited Live at the Fillmore (1997)—Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers’ first live album in 13 years—is due November 25 on Warner Records. Before starting the 20-show run at the Fillmore, Tom Petty outlined his plans in an interview with the San Francisco Chronicle: “We’re musicians and we want to play. We’ve made so many records in the past five years, I think the best thing for us to do is just go out and play and it will lead us to our next place, wherever that may be.” The shows at the Fillmore ended up being some of the most joyful, honest, inspirational and prolific experiences of the band’s career, creating a unique bond between the group and their fans. This album features more covers than originals, paying tribute to the artists and songs that shaped Petty’s love of music as he was growing up—before he became a legendary songwriter and performer in his own right. Highlights include Bob Dylan’s “Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door,” J.J. Cale’s “Crazy Mama,” The Rolling Stones’ “Time is On My Side” and more from The Kinks, Everly Brothers, Bill Withers, The Byrds, Chuck Berry and Booker T. & the M.G.’s. The collection also features special performances with The Byrds’ front man Roger McGuinn and blues legend John Lee Hooker. Other standouts include extended versions of original tracks “Mary Jane’s Last Dance” and “It’s Good To Be King.” “Playing the Fillmore in 1997 for a month was one of my favorite experiences as a musician in my whole life. The band was on fire and we changed the set list every night. The room and the crowd was spiritual... AND... we got to play with some amazing guests. I will always remember those nights with joy and inspiration.”—Mike Campbell The Fillmore was a laboratory for the band. The captivating sold out performances were such a hit, the Heartbreakers were even nicknamed the “Fillmore House Band.” At the final show, Petty noted as he took the stage: “We all feel this might be the highpoint of our time together as a group… It’s going to be hard to get us off this stage tonight.” The record will be offered in a 3 LP version simulating one of the concerts and a comprehensive box set featuring 58 songs and 14 humorous spoken word tracks that highlight Petty’s connection with his band and his fans from the stage. The shows were taped during the last six nights of the band’s historic residency. The compilation was meticulously curated by producers Ryan Ulyate and Mike Campbell and executive producers Benmont Tench, Adria Petty, Annakim Petty and Dana Petty. Live at the Fillmore (1997) will be released in various formats: 2 CD: Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers famously played 20 nights at the legendary Fillmore venue in San Francisco in 1997. 6 of the shows were professionally recorded and this release features some of the high points of the residency. The small venue allowed the band to vary their sets each night; they included re-arranged and distinctive versions of their hits, deep cuts, and many cover versions—paying tribute to the artists that Tom and the band had been influenced by. The 2 CD set includes 33 tracks, 18 of which are covers—2 hours of music. The tri-fold board package includes a 16-page booklet with previously unseen photographs. 3 LP: Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers famously played 20 nights at the legendary Fillmore venue in San Francisco in 1997. 6 of the shows were professionally recorded and this release features some of the high points of the residency. The small venue allowed the band to vary their sets each night; they included re-arranged and distinctive versions of their hits, deep cuts, and many cover versions—paying tribute to the artists that Tom and the band had been influenced by. The 3 LP set includes 33 tracks, 18 of which are covers—2 hours of music. The tri-fold sleeve includes a 4-page insert. 4 CD: Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers famously played 20 nights at the legendary Fillmore venue in San Francisco in 1997. 6 of the shows were professionally recorded and this release features many of the high points of the residency. The small venue allowed the band to vary their sets each night; they included re-arranged and distinctive versions of their hits, deep cuts, and many cover versions—paying tribute to the artists that Tom and the band had been influenced by. The 4 CD deluxe edition includes 58 tracks, 35 of which are covers – over 4 hours of music. The 4 CDs are packaged in a box with a 32-page booklet (with previously unseen photographs), 3 custom guitar picks, a replica All Access laminate, and an embroidered patch (“The Fillmore House Band” —a term that was bestowed on The Heartbreakers during the shows at the Fillmore). 6 LP: Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers famously played 20 nights at the legendary Fillmore venue in San Francisco in 1997. 6 of the shows were professionally recorded and this release features many of the high points of the residency. The small venue allowed the band to vary their sets each night; they included re-arranged and distinctive versions of their hits, deep cuts, and many cover versions—paying tribute to the artists that Tom and the band had been influenced by. The 6 LP deluxe edition includes 58 tracks, 35 of which are covers—over 4 hours of music. The 6 LPs are packaged in a box with a 24 page (12” x 12”) booklet (with previously unseen photographs), 3 custom guitar picks, a replica All Access laminate, facsimiles of 3 set lists, a reprint of the 8-page Fan Newsletter published in 1997, and an embroidered patch (“The Fillmore House Band” —a term that was bestowed on The Heartbreakers during the shows at the Fillmore). 6 LP Uber Deluxe: Available exclusively on the Tom Petty webstore Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers famously played 20 nights at the legendary Fillmore venue in San Francisco in 1997. 6 of the shows were professionally recorded and this release features many of the high points of the residency. The small venue allowed the band to vary their sets each night; they included re-arranged and distinctive versions of their hits, deep cuts, and many cover versions—paying tribute to the artists that Tom and the band had been influenced by. The 6 LP Uber deluxe edition includes 58 tracks, 35 of which are covers—over 4 hours of music. The Uber deluxe edition is housed in an authentic hand-made custom-sized cymbal road case designed and manufactured by Made Worn in Los Angeles. The packaging also includes a replica “All Access” laminate, a reprint of the 8-page Fan Newsletter published in 1997, an embroidered patch, exclusive 7 additional replica set lists, an exclusive foil lithograph (12” x 12”), exclusive vinyl record player slip-mat, custom guitar picks in a tin, and a replica embroidered “Fillmore House Band” baseball hat—a term that was bestowed on The Heartbreakers during the shows at the Fillmore.
  7. Fuckin' FINALLY got the Laura Jane Grace 10-inch from Polyvinyl in today's mail, a literal year after I pre-ordered it. Vinyl delays rock.
  8. I saw the FB post yesterday and clicked on the link when it was only six minutes old. They were already sold out at that point.
  9. Jeep Brah and Mosh Girl are two of the greatest things the internet ever produced.
  10. I got Fight Like Apes' And The Mystery Of The Golden Medallion 15th anniversary import LP in the mail yesterday, a few weeks ahead of its intended street date. Pretty stoked on that! This band was so good but they never caught on in America.
  11. “During Covid, I was writing my debut solo LP, and mentally, I was sick of everything in quarantine. Lots of frustration had set in at home, and I figured the best way to deal with it was to write something heavy. I had no intention of writing anything for Botch, but when I was thinking of a singer to collaborate with, I thought, “Hey, I know the best hardcore singer ever to do it,” so I hit up Dave V. He was super excited and so it just kind of snowballed from there. There was never any intent or conversation about getting back together or writing. It just happened so naturally and was a great release for all of us to make it happen without any of the traditional pressure an “active” band faces.”
  12. In the before-COVID times, every time as buddy of mine in a touring band would go to Japan, I'd have them go record shopping for me. Japan is my absolute bucket-list vacation spot and honestly, it's largely because of the record stores. (And also the culture and the food and the nature etc etc etc, but man, those record stores!)
  13. I'm still kinda shocked 15 Passenger never had a variant or domestic pressing for this. Just an absolute beast of a record, and I'm so glad I imported a copy two years ago.
  14. I'm pulling this straight from the inbox, so take it for what you will... —————————————— A new study has revealed that Colorado is the US State most obsessed with vinyl records, according to Google Search data. The study, conducted by online vaping shop ProVape analysed monthly Google Search data for the term ‘vinyl s’ in 50 US states, and compared it against each state’s population to find out what states are searching for vinyl records the most. 1. Colorado With over 115.88 searches per 100,000 people and an average of 6,600 Google searches per month, Colorado is the US state most obsessed with vinyl records. 2. California Showing a staggering average of 40,500 searches per month, and 102.38 searches per 100,000 people California is the second most vinyl-obsessed state. Such a high ranking might not be too surprising for California, since Hollywood is home to some of the most famous artists and musicians from all over the world. 3. Texas Registering 92.98 Google searches per 100,000 people, and exceeding New York state for total number of searches (27,100), Texas places third in the ranking. 4. New York With an average of over 92.62 searches per 100,000 people according to the research and 18,100 total searches per month, New York is the fourth most vinyl-obsessed state. 5. Nevada Showing an average of only 2,400 monthly searches but registering an impressive 79.09 searches per 100,000 people, Nevada is the fifth most vinyl-obsessed state. A spokesperson for ProVape commented on the findings: “It is fascinating to see how many people want to purchase vinyl records nowadays. “People tend to have a feeling of nostalgia when it comes to the pre-digital era. The new millennium brought a series of digital innovations to the musical world, which are far more convenient and appealing from a user perspective, compared to the stationary vinyl record player. “However, listeners have now found a new love for vintage music, and it’s amazing that people all over the US still search vinyl records online in such vast numbers.’’ State Monthly searches for ‘vinyl s’ Population Searches per 100000 people Colorado 6,600 5,695,564 115.88 California 40,500 39,557,045 102.38 Texas 27,100 29,145,505 92.98 New York 18,100 19,542,209 92.62 Nevada 2,400 3,034,392 79.09 Massachusetts 5,400 6,902,149 78.24 North Carolina 8,100 10,383,620 78.01 Georgia 8,100 10,519,475 77.00 Arizona 5,400 7,171,646 75.30 New Jersey 6,600 8,908,520 74.09 Maryland 4,400 6,042,718 72.81 Washington 5,400 7,614,893 70.91 Oregon 2,900 4,190,713 69.20 Florida 14,800 21,670,000 68.30 Connecticut 2,400 3,572,665 67.18 Illinois 8,100 12,741,080 63.57 Virginia 5,400 8,517,685 63.40 New Mexico 1,300 2,095,428 62.04 Hawaii 880 1,420,491 61.95 Delaware 590 967,171 61.00 Utah 1,900 3,161,105 60.11 South Carolina 2,900 5,084,127 57.04 Ohio 6,600 11,689,442 56.46 Rhode Island 590 1,057,315 55.80 Kansas 1,600 2,911,505 54.95 Michigan 5,400 9,995,915 54.02 Indiana 3,600 6,691,878 53.80 Maine 720 1,338,404 53.80 Tennessee 3,600 6,770,010 53.18 New Hampshire 720 1,356,458 53.08 Nebraska 1,000 1,929,268 51.83 Minnesota 2,900 5,611,179 51.68 Pennsylvania 6,600 12,807,060 51.53 Louisiana 2,400 4,659,978 51.50 Vermont 320 626,299 51.09 Iowa 1,600 3,156,145 50.69 Idaho 880 1,754,208 50.17 Wisconsin 2,900 5,813,568 49.88 Alabama 2,400 4,887,871 49.10 Oklahoma 1,900 3,943,079 48.19 Missouri 2,900 6,126,452 47.34 Montana 480 1,062,305 45.18 Wyoming 260 577,737 45.00 South Dakota 390 882,235 44.21 Mississippi 1,300 2,963,914 43.86 Alaska 320 737,438 43.39 Arkansas 1,300 3,013,825 43.13 Kentucky 1,900 4,468,402 42.52 North Dakota 320 760,077 42.10 West Virginia 720 1,805,832 39.87
  15. A whole bonus LP of B-sides?!? Fuuuuuuck yes. I know a few of these already ("On Vacations" rips) from import CD singles back in the day. Guess I'll be buying my third copy of this...
  16. Same thing here, though I'm also using DuckDuckGo and Ghostery, and those still keep ads away even after I've whitelisted the site in ABP.
  17. Buncha indie rock stuff on sale at Turntable Lab already, you can save an additional 20% with the code EXTRA20: https://www.turntablelab.com/collections/vinyl-clearance-sale?goal=0_8b218d7604-a98f3001bb-28752089&mc_cid=a98f3001bb&mc_eid=5ba8f5a4fd
  18. 180-Gram Vinyl, Limited Edition Of 20,000 Amazon has it for $124.98 with free shipping. Joni Mitchell's website is the same price, plus shipping, but you get an extra art print of the cover. Joni Mitchell was at a turning point 50 years ago. After making four acclaimed albums with Reprise Records, including her 1971 masterpiece Blue, she left the label to join the brand-new Asylum Records in 1972. Over the next seven years, Mitchell would record some of the most acclaimed music of her career while changing her musical direction by adding more jazz elements into her songwriting. The evolution culminated in 1979 with Mingus, her collaboration with jazz titan Charles Mingus, and her last studio album for Asylum. Explore the beginning of that prolific era with THE ASYLUM ALBUMS (1972-1975), the next installment in the Joni Mitchell Archives series. The collection features newly remastered versions of FOR THE ROSES (1972), COURT AND SPARK (1974), the double live album MILES OF AISLES (1974), and THE HISSING OF SUMMER LAWNS (1975). All four were recently remastered by Bernie Grundman. The cover art for THE ASYLUM ALBUMS (1972-1975) features a previously unseen painting by Mitchell. The set also includes an essay by friend and fellow Canadian Neil Young. He writes: “Joni’s music is so deep and transporting. She comes right from the source. There is no mistaking it…For The Roses, Court And Spark, Miles Of Aisles, and The Hissing Of Summer Lawns…are all classics in my book. I listened to every album as it came out. The musicians she played with were always above my abilities. She had grown from folk to jazz and in between, creating a unique kind of sound that I loved to listen to over and over.” THE ASYLUM ALBUMS (1972-1975) follows Mitchell’s musical evolution over four albums as she embraced more jazz-inspired pieces and moved away from the folk and pop of her early years. It includes essential tracks like her first Top 40 hit, “You Turn Me On, I’m A Radio” and her highest-charting (#7) single “Help Me,” plus favorites like “Free Man In Paris,” “Raised On Robbery” and “In France They Kiss On Main Street.” FOR THE ROSES, which was released 50 years ago this November, was certified gold and added to the Library of Congress’ National Recording Registry in 2007. Court And Spark topped the U.S. album chart and was certified double platinum, making it the best-selling album of Mitchell’s career. It was nominated for multiple Grammy Ò Awards, including Album of the Year, and won Best Arrangement Accompanying Vocalist for “Down To You.” MILES OF AISLES is a double live album that spotlights the tour for Court And Spark. It reached #2 on the album chart and was certified gold. The Hissing Of Summer Lawns was certified gold as well, peaking at #4 on the album chart and earning a Grammy Award nomination for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance.
  19. $74.98 on Amazon with free shipping for the 3xLP. $30 on the Motorhead store for 1LP version on black/blue swirl. Tracklist Side One Iron Fist Heart of Stone I'm the Doctor Go to Hell Loser Sex and Outrage Side Two America Shut it Down Speedfreak (Don't Need) Religion Bang to Rights LP's Two & Three - Jacksons Studions Demos (Oct '81) / Live At Glasgow Apollo 18/3/1982 Side One Remember Me, I'm Gone (Demo) The Doctor (Demo) Young & Crazy (Demo) Loser (Demo) Iron Fist (Demo) Go To Hell (Demo) Side Two Iron Fist Heart of Stone Shoot You In The Back The Hammer Loser Jailbait Side Three America White Line (Don't Need) Religion Go to Hell Capricorn (Don't Let 'Em) Grind Ya Down (Where Are The) Road Crew Side Four Ace of Spades Bite The Bullet The Chase is Better Than the Catch Overkill Bomber Motörhead
  20. Don't give in! There is literally no reason this release should cost as much as it does. They're still sitting on 85% of the pressing, it's not gonna move unless they drop the price.
  21. Two weeks later and Hello Merch is still sitting on 840 copies of this /1000 release. I am officially never going to pay $43 shipped for this thing, I will wait for a sale.
  22. This is so sick. I've owned an original press of this for two decades but the artwork alone makes me want to pick a new one up.
  23. 15% Off Amoeba.com - Two Days Only Apply Promo Code At Checkout: JUL15 Valid Through Friday, July 22nd, 2022
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