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  1. From the label - " RARE FUTURES is a groove-rock band from New York City founded in 2007 by journeyman and multi-instrumentalist, Matt Fazzi, under the original moniker Happy Body Slow Brain. RARE FUTURES tips their hat to groups like Tears For Fears, Jellyfish, Mutemath, Sade, The Spinners and Soundgarden meshing heavy prog-rock groove with 80's synthesizers, a sprinkle of R&B/soul and rich creamy layers of melody and harmony. The band has self-released two full-length albums, This is Your Brain on Love (2016), Dreams of Water (2010) and two EPs, LIVE (2014) and SLEEPY EP (2012). In between releases, Fazzi has written, performed, and toured in Taking Back Sunday, RX Bandits, The Dear Hunter, Atlas Genius, Gavin Castleton Band, Envy On the Coast, NK, The Movielife, Into It. Over It., Great Big Pile Of Leaves and Facing New York (founding member). This Is Your Brain on LIVE, recorded in-studio at Rancho Recordo, is an eight-track album featuring crushing live renditions from RARE FUTURES' This is Your Brain on Love and Happy Body Slow Brain's Dreams of Water. The collection, engineered, mixed, & mastered by Marc Jacob Hudson and co-released by the band's own Cerebral Music Group and Somerville, MA based Umbrella Man Records, will bring fans of Happy Body Slow Brain into the RARE FUTURES universe." Pressing Information 250 - Clear Vinyl 250 - Silver Vinyl PURCHASE Clear Vinyl Silver Vinyl Collector's Bundle
  2. Looks like there will be an indie exclusive for the deluxe version as well - https://www.discogs.com/Circa-Survive-The-Amulet/release/12738730
  3. To the folks that are getting the black vinyl from Deep Discount - was there a hype sticker on the front that said Black Vinyl? Thinking about checking my local stores before ordering and want to make sure I'll be able to tell the difference from the splatter.
  4. agreed! Nothing but positive experiences with their stores/staff
  5. I have no 0 info to back up the claim I'm about to make - but my guess is it will be in store only for Bullmoose to start (who knows for other retailers)
  6. Looks like Bullmoose (and likely other indie stores) are getting glow in the dark mixed in with the black variants. (could this be the "blue" in their latest FB post?)https://www.bullmoose.com/p/28095180/smashing-pumpkins-shiny-and-oh-so-bright-vol-1-limited-version-1-10-randomly-mixed-glow-vinyl-w-bl-poster
  7. Indeed a black variant is coming according to BullMoose -
  8. Clear Blue w/ Blue,Yellow & Red Splatter
  9. Ordered mine from Walmart on the day they went up and received it on Thursday (8/9)
  10. Just did a track by track back to back listen and struggled to find anything audibly different in the BSN Digital Remasters (and I'd like to think I have some pretty good headphones for this kind of thing). So for anyone who has the listened to the Digital Remasters - Can anyone point me to some good timestamps that are distinct differences from the original digital release?
  11. I honestly think it will be the blue splatter one because I heard/saw various threads saying the blue one started really low in available units to buy on merchnow, and the blue clear one specifically says 1000 world wide, while the cloudy clear one does not. But that's all I'm going off of. But to your point, the price definitely lends itself to double black LPs