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  1. Damn, just realizing that I never got any copies of the CFUTF repress and its completely sold out now. Fuuuuuuu..... I have a couple of other editions but I was excited to hear this new one. I think I just up and forgot to get it.
  2. Just re-checked an article from Rolling Stone and it confirmed what I thought was true. You had me second guessing myself but I was pretty sure no cutting was actually being done at that plant and they merely manufactured the discs.
  3. Yeah, my understanding is that they were merely a supply company who manufactured the blank lacquer discs that were used in the mastering process for cutting the LP's. I don't recall seeing anything about that company, who was one of the world's only suppliers of such material, holding any actually cut master lacquers nor master tapes/hard drives.
  4. I think this is a reference to the Universal Masters Vault fire that happened in around 2008 but wasn't reported til about 2 years ago. We lost the masters to A LOT of important music from every genre. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2008_Universal_Studios_fire
  5. Reminded me of "Messes of Men" also. It's likely some sort of reissue of Brother, Sister.
  6. Yeah, this song felt weird to me. Felt like them getting burned out on writing the song and then plopping it out after a bunch scratch tracking and rewrites. There's nothing here that feels like a moment to me. Like most songs of theirs may seem to plod along for a while but I usually find that some melody or attack or some expression of the execution of the song feels like the "feature" of the song. That thing or things that generate excitement in the listening. This song just felt a little bit unsure of itself. I'm hoping the rest is better. Nick's vocals feel like a drop in skill. There were a lot impressive, enthusiastic vocal passages on ROAFW and this vocal take seems to sprint in the opposite direction of that path.
  7. The reviews of the new single are pretty mixed across the web. I haven't had a chance to listen yet but I'm still excited. The particular descriptions of some people's complaints doesn't sound like its anything that is going to bother me but we'll see.
  8. Ordered mine about an hour ago. I can't wait to hear it.
  9. If it doesn't happen in 4 years, just assume it won't happen. At this point, I'm just going to let myself be pleasantly surprised if it ever comes about.
  10. I guess that's fair. Personally, I'm not going to hold them particularly responsible unless some hard information comes about that can really indict them on it. I still love TDAGARIM and Daisy. Never got deep into any of their other albums but still am curious about Science Fiction.
  11. To be fair, isn't it only one member that's disgraced or did they prove the rest of the band was somehow aware and/or complicit in his creepage? Also, $30 for any new single LP is idiocy. I didn't even notice the price.
  12. I just can't believe it took VMP to shake Interscope up off its ass and get this reissued. I guess I shouldn't be surprised.
  13. You can still get it for regular price on store.qotsa.com and their merchbar.com store. Sucks about the price but its still available.
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