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rickker got a reaction from derby625 in PO Now: Orange 9mm - Driver* (MOV Reissue 04.05.19)
Orange 9mm - Tragic LP -> PRE-ORDER
We are VERY happy to announce the 25th anniversary re-issue of Orange 9mm´s 2nd full length album TRAGIC.
FIRST TIME EVER ON VINYL!
Total first pressing of 1.000.
This is a pre-order. This item will ship around January, 2021.
Your order will be dispatched when the item with the latest release date is available. Final products might slightly differ from mock ups.
Orange w/blue marble - LTD. to 250
Clear - LTD. to 150 (TSR label shop exclusive )
Purple w/black marble - LTD. to 200 (TSR label shop exclusive )
Red Transparent - LTD. to 250 (retail exclusive )
Clear w/red transparent & blue marble - LTD. to 150 (TSR label shop exclusive )
- LP on heavy 180 gram vinyl
- new artwork by onetricpony
- heavy 12" 2-sided insert
rickker reacted to timsimmons in The Mondo Records Thread - You think limited? Will sell fast?
Long are the days where variants were random, unless you bought 2 copies.
rickker reacted to faaip de oiad in New Taylor Swift Day at your LRS - April 23rd 2022 (RSD)
Some bloke posted this image on eBay.
rickker reacted to djghost1976 in PO Soon: New Killer Be Killed
Snagged the / 400
Btw - use code BLASTOFF10 for 10% off, but make you sign up with an email that's not already in their system.
rickker got a reaction from danyc in New Taylor Swift Day at your LRS - April 23rd 2022 (RSD)
Pretty sure that translates to 2000 total pressed (per the hype sticker) and 1350 went to US distribution.
rickker reacted to Kanellos in PO NOW: DEFTONES- Ohms (9/25)
They're up individually they don't come with the signed art card though. Kinda weird this went up only on the UK site. I'm hawking the US site encase it does. I really want the art card.
rickker reacted to jrodan in PO: Protomartyr - Ultimate Success Today
sup nerds. my internet buddy in the band just gave me the heads up that the small amount of copies the band got of the blue/red just went up. i would act fast, as i believe they did not get very many at all.
rickker reacted to BeerMonger in PO: Mr. Bungle - The Raging Wrath of the Easter Bunny
The first release from Mr. Bungle since 1999. The Raging Wrath Of The Easter Bunny Demo is a re-recording of the band's 1986 high school thrash metal demo along with songs written then, but never recorded. The record also features covers of classics by S.O.D. and Corrosion Of Conformity. This version of Mr. Bungle is original members Mike Patton, Trey Spruance and Trevor Dunn, joined by Scott Ian of Anthrax and Dave Lombardo of Slayer/Dead Cross.
1. Grizzly Adams
2. Anarchy Up Your Anus
3. Raping Your Mind
4. Hypocrites / Habla Espanol O Muere
5. Bungle Grind
8. Spreading The Thighs of Death
9. Loss For Words
10. Glutton For Punishment
11. Sudden Death
Multiple bundles and two vinyl variants available here https://blixtmerchandise.shop/mr-bungle
CD Yearbook - 5000
Cassette Webstore Exclusive - 500
2LP Translucent Ruby Red Vinyl - 6500
2LP Webstore Exclusive Clear with Black Splatter Vinyl - 1000
2LP US Webstore Bundle Exclusive Silver with Red/Black Splatter Vinyl - 1000
2LP US Retail Exclusive Clear with Blood Red Splatter Vinyl - 2000
2LP International Retail Exclusive Transparent Red Smoke Vinyl - 3500
rickker reacted to HalliDoe in PO: Kadavar - The Isolation Tapes - out Oct 23rd
US: (not online at the moment)
3-Way A-Side/B-Side Edition / 280 (sold out)
Galaxy Edition / 500
Splatter Edition / 500
Transparent Purple / 500
White / ???
rickker reacted to MCDELTAT in Daughters- S/T Repress in Semptember
There's more black/blue of ST up again.
I don't know why I wanted color copies so badly, but here we are I have 4 copies. Black of both, a Brown, and Blue/Black. I'll probably sell my ?black copies? at price. We'll see how I feel in September and my FOMO has passed.
rickker reacted to cannonfunk in Best Deal You've Ever Gotten / Best Sale You've Ever Made
I got you all beat
A couple years ago I was browsing OfferUp, when I came across a seller who was asking absolutely insane prices for her vintage 7” singles (ie - she wanted $50 for common 45’s that aren’t even worth $1). I assumed it would be a waste of time looking through her ads, but as I’ve come to learn over the past 15 years, if someone has no idea what they’re selling, they may actually underprice an item out of sheer ignorance.
A few minutes into browsing her sales, I ran across an odd looking Lynyrd Skynyrd 7”, which had the band name misspelled as “Lynard Skynard.” She was asking $40 for it. Out of curiosity, I decided to look it up on Discogs. It had sold once in 2015 for $12, but only 7 people had it... and 210 people wanted it. That’s when my spidey senses started tingling!
After doing some research, it turns out that “Lynard Skynard” was the original band name... when the group was still in high school! The 7” in question was their first recorded demo. Only a few hundred were made, and they were passed out to friends and family, and sold at their earliest hometown shows.
I decided to buy it immediately, sight unseen. Trying to contain my excitement without tipping off the seller of its value, I pleaded with her to make sure that it was well protected during shipping, and sent in a sturdy box. She agreed, and the wait began.
About 2 weeks later, I was at work when I received a notification that it had been delivered. The moment the boss yelled “Lunch Break,” I jumped into my car and sped home. Opening the mailbox, my heart absolutely sunk: She sent it in a padded envelope, with no stiffeners. “No fucking way this thing survived,” I thought, as I pulled it out. However, it still felt solid. I opened it up, and... the vinyl was in nearly perfect condition. No scratches, glossy sheen, and almost new in appearance.
Within a week, I sold it for $1,500. And yes, that’s the actual sold listing.
Not a bad $40 investment, huh?
rickker got a reaction from faaip de oiad in Best Deal You've Ever Gotten / Best Sale You've Ever Made
Years ago I was having a conversation about record collecting and a friend of mine was like: "Hey, there's a bunch of records in my mom's garage that I don't want - you can have them if you want."
So of course I was like: SURE!
I pick up this ratty cardboard box. Start looking through it... junk records, tons of empty 7" single sleeves, old band promo 8x10s, Rolling Stone magazines and then... a QOTSA Songs For The Deaf first Ipecac press and a handful of early Desert Sessions 10" from Man's Ruin.