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  1. The focus of this thread is more hardcore, but I thought I'd share this anyway for those into it. I guess I could start a straight up punk rock thread? I've listened to all of their releases and I'm hearing Blitz, Sham 69, US Bombs, Bonecrusher, and The Heartbreakers. Good, anti-fascist, working class/oi music. https://deathridgeboys.bandcamp.com/merch
  2. Thirdman is sold out of the Iommic version, but it may be the same indie variant. They had posters, but I passed. Europe store has posters with different colors and look much better, but Euro shipping only.
  3. Joined Vault to get this version. https://thirdmanstore.com/products/clarity-leagues-beneath-limited-edition-marble-vinyl
  4. If you're into old school punk rock (no, not from the 90's) do yourself a favor and pick up this new comp. Most of the bands have that 80's Socal vibe. https://www.hostagerecords.com/bookstore
  5. I had to add the Magnolia version to my list since it seems like they might vary a lot in how the mix comes out. That way I can see all the cool versions of this posted and then get my boring mostly blue or mostly red copy.🤪
  6. I was told she would be my new pen pal. My receipt actually says, "SASE included".😁
  7. I'm expecting there to be many variants considering what we've seen for Phoebe and Julien.
  8. Yeah, it was expensive. I hope I get the note.
  9. Matador has a deluxe https://store.matadorrecords.com/home-video Her store has a SUPER deluxe limited to 500 with the first 250 including a handwritten note. https://lucydacus.merchtable.com/music/lucy-dacus-home-video-super-deluxe-vinyl-lp Bullmoose clear /500 https://www.bullmoose.com/p/35038107/dacus-lucy-home-video-clear-vinyl-indie-exclusive-ltd-to-500 Magnolia red blue random https://magnoliarecord.store/products/lucy-dacus-home-video-nebula?utm_campaign=Dacus Preorder (QQViee)&utm_medium=email&utm_source=Active on website in the last year&_ke=eyJrbF9jb21wYW55X
  10. Stumbled upon this band and have been going through their discography. NESI has some of their stuff in stock. They sound a little like the Chinese version of Agalloch.
  11. It's great that titles from the LT series are finally getting recognized. Funny how all of these years that nobody really cared much about these titles because of the boring as fuck covers that they originally came packaged in. Says a lot. I used to pick these up for $2 to $5 all of the time. Nigeria is a great album, but I really want them to go deeper and reissue Consequence and Vertigo by Jackie Mclean or Dance with Death by Andrew Hill. Dance with Death is a bit more brass forward than piano, but Hill does some nice work. Charles Tolliver is the one who really shines on this record. I hope
  12. Fuuuuck that on a $54 shirt. That's a whole new level of stupid. I guess they are truly brain dead. I wonder how much they are charging for the split?
  13. A while back I posted about a neighbor who had shelves and shelves of mostly jazz and soul records in their two garages. Every time they would have a garage sale I would try to stop by to get them to let me look through some of them. One day they finally let me check out some in the main garage. Unfortunately I was recovering from a bad back and I didn't have my reading glasses which made it difficult. They told me they were going to have a guy come in and go through it all, even though I had been talking with them for a while about it. From what I did see there was a lot of potential and a lo
  14. If anyone has Mindforce records that they want to sell feel free to send me a message with your prices or trade wants.
  15. Didn't he also number a bunch of them 001 to fuck with collectors? Orange and pink of this pressing are now sold out.
  16. Apparently they claimed that the first 50 of the original pressing were pressed on orange, which turned out to not be true. That is why they are doing the first 50 here on orange. Seen so many great shows at Gilman, so this is a great way to keep that legendary institution going.
  17. " The Thing That Ate Floyd is an essential document of the late '80s 924 Gilman scene, with tracks by Operation Ivy, The Mr. T Experience, Neurosis, Crimpshrine, The Lookouts, Bitch Fight, Kamala & the Karnivores, No Use For A Name, Cringer, Isocrasy, Sweet Baby, Stikky, Sewer Trout, Plaid Retina, Nuisance, Steelpole Bathtub, Capitol Punish ment, and more. A few of these bands blew up in the '90s, others broke up and formed new bands who blew up in the '90s, and others just broke up, but no matter how big or small each individual band was, the impact of thi
  18. Yeah. I'm surprised the splatter is still there. Mine already shipped.
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