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mcpherson123 last won the day on December 28 2018

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  1. mcpherson123

    Hum - Downward is Heavenward Reissue

    This release is being handled by literally ONE man who runs his own recording studio, record label and is in at least two bands all the while packing and shipping probably around 2000 or more copies of this record. It may be a while before he responds and it may be even longer before you get any notification of your order shipping.
  2. You're a prince. Thanks for the pro tip.
  3. OK. The reason I ask is because I see a shit ton of Live At Third Man LPs all over the place and am not familiar enough with their vaults or the nature of a LATM vault exclusive to have been aware that those other standard ones I saw never had a colored vault exclusive version only to have a standard version available later. Thanks for clearing that up. Looks like I have pretty much have to get this one and then be sentient enough to remember to cancel after it ships.
  4. Yeah, that clip sounds pretty good. Vocals are pretty quiet but shit. This might just be worth it. Are we sure there won't be a standard version of this like all the other LATMR releases??? Anyone???
  5. THANK YOU! I will listen to this and decide if its worth it.
  6. I vaguely remember listening to one online and thought it sounded really distorted and clipped. I don't know if it was just that one that was like that or if they all end up getting cut too hot like that.
  7. Looks like its $60 which isn't too awful. I was expecting it to be a lot more.
  8. Hmmm... I think I'm most sold on the bitching opportunity.... and the patch is a close second. But I am correct that basically every other Live At Third Man disc has had a standard release that you can buy in a record store usually, right? Another question: Don't a lot of these direct to acetate recordings sound a little ass-y?
  9. So.... there won't be a standard edition that I don't have to buy a vault in order to get like basically all the other Live At Thirdman LP's???? Someone please explain this bullshit to me.
  10. mcpherson123

    Hum - Downward is Heavenward Reissue

    The original multitracks for YPAA were recorded on DAT cassettes so you you'll never have an "all analog" pressing but if they mixed the DAT to a stereo 1/2" tape and then did the standard LP cutting you could get pretty close.
  11. Vinyl edition of new album available Spring 2040.
  12. mcpherson123

    Hum - Downward is Heavenward Reissue

    In that case Matt could go fuck himself and disappear from the face of the planet...
  13. Yeah, I just shoved both the LP and the EP into the oversized bag that came with the EP. Kind of sucks but it works.
  14. mcpherson123

    Hum - Downward is Heavenward Reissue

    This has to be emphasized. One man, who owns and operates his own analog recording studio in 2018, has retained the license to a major label flop of a record (not talking shit, they didn't do well on a mainstream level, pretty sure they never recouped on Astronaut) that he recorded 20 years ago, made a new analog mix, got it cut to lacquer and pressed to vinyl in what seems like a pretty huge quantity and is taking orders from a cult fanbase and is handling each and every order personally, on his own and the final product has been at least 3 years in the making. Now normally I would bitch at this price for this particular product but when you consider the scope of the undertaking and the lack of manpower, I can't really complain. Let's try not to lose perspective.
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