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  1. For fans of Naked Raygun/Pegboy/Chicago punk, Wax Trax is reissuing the Strike Under EP. There's two limited edition versions on colored with a bonus 7" (one of which is sold out) and an unlimited press available. I preordered the one on red, but I wish it had the same original cover as the unlimited press. http://waxtraxchicago.bigcartel.com/products
  2. I own the Pixies and early Elvis Costello MoFi released and I'm a believer. They for sure sound better. If there was a MoFi pressing of a record I loved I would own it. Unfortunately, they haven't released many records that appeal to me.
  3. They arrived yesterday. I highly recommend ordering from Juno. They shipped fast with reasonable shipping costs. My one complaint is that they were basically shipped in a large Priority mail flat rate type sleeve with one piece of cardboard. In my experience, this seems to be a common method of shipping records out of the UK. But, hey, they arrived without as much as a dinged corner. so I can't complain too much
  4. I ordered from here. Good prices on both the records and the shipping costs.
  5. Nope. They're not in the US store and when I try to order them from the UK store it removes them from my cart.
  6. It would be nice if Merge reissued the Hubcap LP and "Last Dog and Pony Show" since Amazon UK won't ship them to me.
  7. That's pretty weird. I placed my order for both records on 4/27 and it arrived a few days later. I never received a shipping confirmation or anything, though. They just showed up.
  8. I wouldn't call the cartoon on the back an "antifascist cartoon", it's just a caricature of the Axis leaders of World War II. And maybe? Vrooooooooom...
  9. Considering the extent to which he used fascist imagery, I think it's reasonable to assume he was not being ironic.
  10. Hahaha... none. And that was a Boy Scout on the cover of "An Ideal For Living".
  11. I think I need that "Paul's Boutique" to have that record split up on two records... Hmmm...
  12. I assume that you're a fan of the Germs. Darby was known to extol the virtues of fascism. The armbands were clearly Nazi inspired. The original cover of the "Lexicon Devil" literally had Hitler on it. It seems a bit over the line that you draw at fascists, yet you're into it enough to name yourself after them. It's ironic.
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