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  1. I actually like that Guilty song for what it is. Hair metal with pretty good melody... Something those bands generally lacked
  2. Hesitated and missed the green pinwheel. Ended up with the red pinwheel and the green smash.
  3. Man, even at 99 dollars... I flinched for a second. To be honest I don't know if I would've gone through with it.
  4. Does anyone know how many of these standard blacks were pressed?
  5. Bought the /200. The /300 looks better in the picture but I'm usually disappointed by splatters.
  6. The fact they haven't moved 100 units of this in 4 hours speaks volumes.
  7. Today's been a great day. This and the $40 dollar Ataris repress....
  8. It's alright. It's not original music, so there's not much he can really do other than interpret it respectfully. I'll pick it up because I like his voice and style, but am probably going to put this on as background music during the holidays at a low volume or something like that.
  9. https://randysrecords.com/UPC/793888431805 Night Divine is a series of hymns covered by Brian Fallon. This is a project he's been wanting to create for a long time, inspired by his time singing in the church choir as a child: “These are some of the very first sounds I remember hearing as a child. My mother used to sing these hymns everywhere she went. I felt it was time for me to join in.” He finally got the opportunity to make the intimate record during lockdown, with background vocals by his mother. The lead singer of beloved heartland-punk band The Gaslight Anthem, Brian Fallon stepped away from that sound and into a more soulful singer/songwriter territory on his third solo album, Local Honey. Produced by Grammy-award winning producer Peter Katis (The National, Frightened Rabbit, Death Cab for Cutie), the album debuted at #1 Americana/Folk Album Sales, #2 Current Rock Albums, #3 Americana/Folk Albums, and #9 LP Vinyl Sales. It was largely praised as one of his best works, with Rolling Stone saying “Local Honey is as warm and comforting as its title, full of hooks and narratives that draw you in” (Best Country & Americana Albums of 2020) and Kerrang saying “No matter what side of the genre he sets his mind to, Brian always delivers the goods” (Best Albums of 2020).
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