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somethingvinyl last won the day on July 30 2014

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  1. Got this last week. Nice package. Got the Xenophobe reissue and it came with a sweet Zao guitar pick. I absolutely love the way these guys are doing things with the band these days. Just wish I wouldn't have sold off my LP's and tests because I only have Liberate and the new stuff.
  2. I figured the Kofi push was old school wrastling where they push an over babyface to the point where fans think he's going to beat the heel champ and at the last moment the champ somehow squeaks out a wins. But unlike Rick Steiner vs Ric Flair at Clash of the Champions circa mid 90's (the first time I remember noticing that was a concept as a kid), I absolutely LOVED that 15-20 minutes of Bryan vs. Kofi had to work alone. That was good story telling and it was exciting. I really didn't know who was going to win, even though I suspected it would be Bryan (they customized a belt for his green character after all).
  3. somethingvinyl

    Help on how to trade

    "representative subset for extrapolation sufficient" Yes.
  4. somethingvinyl

    SOUL, FUNK, and BLUES Record Thread

    I friended Samm Culley on FB from Skull Snaps. He's pretty indignant about all the bands who sampled the record and never paid royalties, which I would be too. But it makes for funny discussions.
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    SOUL, FUNK, and BLUES Record Thread

    I try to find stuff on the cheap. Buying collections usually allows me to find stuff I want. It's pretty rare I will drop any real money on records. I sold records in Jackson, MS at the beginning of the month. Then just one week later, I sold records at our local record show called Record Raid. Did pretty well so I treated myself on this mofo. Eldridge Holmes is a NO soul guy who worked with Toussiant. This is a fucking jam where the piano rips because of that hook:
  6. Daniel Bryan is the WWE champion again and turned heel-ish? He now face Brock at Survivor Series. Not a single Brock match (save for he and AJ a year ago at SS) in the past 3 years has been that interesting. They better not squash Daniel.
  7. ^ Yeah, I hear that. I liked watching it with my kid. I don't watch Raw or SD so I don't know if this is a thing, but they had mid-match promos like 80's episodes of Superstars where the heels would be cocky and the faces would be noble. That was really funny, but kind of out of place on a PPV.
  8. Crown Jewel was a weird show.
  9. The Mean Girls LP is dope. http://shop.communityrecords.org/products/615959-meangirls-is-this-me-forever-lp
  10. somethingvinyl

    PO: MAE-Multisensory Aesthetic Experience

    Not interested in taking a gamble for $30 preorder, but cover sure is pretty.
  11. Got the seafoam and splatter. That Bike song is so good.
  12. somethingvinyl

    Copeland - IXORA - NEW LP

    ^ Well, that was just meh.
  13. somethingvinyl

    SOUL, FUNK, and BLUES Record Thread

    NO's own Tony Owens has some of the biggest songs that came out of the soul scene here in the 60's and 70's. Big horns and background singers were prominent like in this jam. His biggest charting song, though? A ballad. Go figure. This should have been huge as far as I'm concerned.
  14. somethingvinyl

    Moving to Nashville

    Hmmm..... pretty sure that's where we went too.
  15. somethingvinyl

    Moving to Nashville

    I went a couple years ago to see a lady friend. We got hot chicken (pro tip: the bread is to soak up the grease/hot sauce, don't eat it). We ate at a GREAT BBQ place but I am struggling to think of the name. The Great Escape is the best record store there for used records.
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