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  1. There were both blue and black editions from the first press. I'm not going to say "you dumb" to you for not knowing that.
  2. I'm interested. What are you looking for? I just posted a list here I have to offer for the Bone Thugs RSD over here: https://boards.vinylcollective.com/topic/132690-wttf-bone-thugs-n-harmony-e-1999-eternal-2xlp-rsd2019/ Some of that stuff I might be ok to trade for your Octahedron but not necessarily everything that's there. Let me know if you like anything there.
  3. You have an extra copy of this record (or just one copy that you can live without), and I must have something you want for it. A lot of what is on offer for your BTNH RSD2019 are not comparable in value individually so if there are multiple items we can bundle together in this list to mitigate the value discrepancy, I'm willing to offer a combination of multiple titles which we can negotiate. If you're looking for something from some of these artists but don't see the title on this list, ask me if I have it. I may be open to consider things I haven't added here already. I have a lot of fucking records. Check with me. Please PM ME with what you're interested in for the trade. Feel free to post in the thread also. Here are a few LP's on offer to get this: ...And You Will Know Us By The Tail Of Dead - Madonna [Merge Records, 2000] ...And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead - ...And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead [Trance Syndicate Records, 1997] ...And You Will Know Us By The Trail of Dead - Source Tags & Codes [Insterscope Records, 2002] Aesop Rock - Bazooka Tooth 3XLP Aesop Rock - Float 2XLP Aesop Rock - Labor Days 2XLP At The Drive In - In/Casino/Out (Clear Vinyl) [Fearless Records, 1998/2012] Battles - Gloss Drop 2XLP Between The Buried And Me - The Parallax: Hypersleep Dialogues (Clear Vinyl) Between The Buried And Me - The Parallax: Hypersleep Dialogues (Translucent Green Vinyl) Circa Survive - Descensus 2XLP (Black Vinyl) [Sumerian, 2014] Circa Survive - On Letting Go (Translucent Blue Vinyl)[1000] Circa Survive - Juturna (Orange/Red Marble Vinyl)[/1000] Converge - Jane Doe 2XLP (White Vinyl) [Equal Vision Records/Deathwish, Inc., 2010] [/2000] De Facto - Megaton Shotblast 2XLP Deftones - Koi No Yokan (Clear Vinyl) [Reprise Records, 2013] Deftones - Saturday Night Wrist (Clear Mint Green Vinyl) [Warner Bros./Maverick, 2006/2011] Dillinger Escape Plan w/ Mike Patton - Irony Is A Dead Scene (Cola Brown Vinyl) [Epitaph, 2010] Elder - Dead Roots Stirring 2XLP (Black Vinyl) [Meteor City/Headspin Records, 2011] Electric Wizard - Black Masses 2XLP (Purple and Silver Vinyl) [Rise Above/Metal Blade, 2010/2013] EYEHATEGOD - Confederacy of Ruined Lives (Yellow Vinyl) [Century Media/Pessimiser Records, 2000] Glassjaw - You Think You're (John Fucking Lennon) 7" ("GJ" die cut spindle hole) [will include a GJ adapter] Hella - There's No 666 In Outer Space 2XLP [Ipecac Recordings/Black Diamond, 2006] High On Fire - Luminiferous 2XLP (Red/Yellow/Blue Starburst Vinyl) [eOne, 2015] Hum - You'd Prefer An Astronaut (180 gram) [RCA/Shop Radio Cast, 1995/2013] Hum - You'd Prefer An Astronaut (Clear Vinyl) [RCA/Shop Radio Cast, 1995/2013] Hum - You'd Prefer An Astronaut (Translucent Green Vinyl) [RCA/Shop Radio Cast, 1995/2013] ISIS - Mosquito Control EP (Dark Gray Marble Vinyl) ISIS - Oceanic 2XLP ("Seaweed" Vinyl) [Robotic Empire] [/100] ISIS - Panopticon 2XLP (Grey/Silver Swirl Vinyl) Mastodon - Crack The Skye (Sealed) mewithoutYou - Brother, Sister (Half Blue/Half Purple "Moon Split" Vinyl) [Tooth & Nail/Burnt Toast Vinyl, 2006/2013] Modest Mouse - Good News For People Who Love Bad News 2XLP (Sealed) Mudvayne - The End Of All Things To Come 2XLP (Clear with Black Smoke Vinyl) [Epic/SRCVinyl, 2002/2017] OM - Pilgrimage (Black Vinyl) [Southern Lord, 2007/2014] (Sealed) Pearl Jam - Vitalogy 2XLP [Sony, 2011] Quicksand - Slip (Yellow/Green Vinyl) [Polydor/Dine Alone, 1993/2012] Rodriguez-Lopez, Omar - S/T Picture Disc RX Bandits - Progress 2XLP 45RPM [Enjoy The Ride] Sleep - The Sciences 2XLP (Translucent Green Vinyl) [Third Man Records, 2018] (Sealed) Sleep - Sleep's Holy Mountain (Full Dynamic Range Edition) (Purple Vinyl) [Earache, 1992/2016] These Arms Are Snakes - This Is Meant To Hurt You (Grey Vinyl) (Sealed) TOOL - Ænima 2XLP (Translucent Orange Vinyl) [Unofficial, 2008-2012] Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats - Blood Lust (Translucent Blue Vinyl) [Rise Above Records/Killer Candy Records, 2011/2012] Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats - Mind Control 2XLP (Opaque Red Vinyl) [Rise Above Records/Metal Blade, 2013] Windhand - Grief's Infernal Flower 2XLP (Olive Green Vinyl) [Relapse, 2015] Windhand - Grief's Infernal Flower 2XLP (Purple/Green Merge w/ Splatter Vinyl)[Relapse, 2015] Windhand - Windhand (White with Purple Haze Vinyl) [Forcefield Records, 2012]
  4. I've since listened to the rest of that album and for my purposes it turned out that "Bloody Mary" told me everything I needed to know about how that album would be and it did not suit me at all.
  5. I don't think I've even listened to the studio recording of either of the new Baroness tracks yet. Will Yip tends to churn out albums that end up mixed and mastered thin and fake sounding but the last mwY actually kept a lot of depth and ambiance by comparison to Pale Horses. Brother, Sister on the other hand has mega depth. For me its Carnavas over Swoon. Swoon is great but not as great.
  6. Its what the labels like these days. Maybe some of the kids follow suit.
  7. That's a fair response. I basically let them go after I heard "Bloody Mary" for the record. I could see where they were going and had no interest in following. I can see now that I made the right choice for myself. The tasty fuzzed out guitars are what did it for me too, man but also their own style of songwriting and general approach to music. Even though they weren't necessarily my go to for the angsty music either it was still nice to have something that was moderately mellow with some kick and some hair on it. Even songs like "The Substitution" which is light and pleasant were just as enjoyable as the faster or more aggressive stuff because it just sounded good. I'm not trying to argue that I'm correct about subjectivity but I wanted to point out that even though I didn't need them to qualify for a particular mood they had carved out their own unique niche and made music that sounded like their own signature sound. I'm just lamenting that they've lost that in trade for sounding like your typical electronic-infused vacuum sealed garbage modern "Rock" "band." Separate quotes for emphasis.
  8. To be fair, I'm also super picky about composition. I don't know what this is supposed to be but it sounds like a mess. Different strokes I guess. Would be nice to hear rock bands stop turning into squeaky, Pro Tools-dependent sample-based radio fodder that's rigidly hammered to the grid. I'm not listening to a band with most of the last few offerings from this band. It sounds like a DAW frankenstein of generic instrument samples. Sounds flat and plasticy. Its just gross and its not just the production. Its a production that comes from a set of compositional choices. Even if any of the instrumentation was every played live on this new track, it sounds like it was beat-aligned and sample bolstered and process distressed then polished off to a perfect turd finished in lacquer. Why? Why is this music?
  9. New single is just as godawful and Imagine Dragons-y as the last two abortions of albums. This band is over after Swoon for me. Sad to see that they will likely NOT return to form.
  10. Fuck me. Didn't realize that alphabetical was their shipping order. I'm a "V" so..... that sucks.
  11. I would trade a sealed starburst Luminiferous for a black Euro Luminiferous if anyone is interested.
  12. 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.
  13. 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.
  14. 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???
  15. 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.
  16. Looks like its $60 which isn't too awful. I was expecting it to be a lot more.
  17. 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?
  18. 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.
  19. 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.
  20. Vinyl edition of new album available Spring 2040.
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