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  1. Do we know what the fan club variant color is/was? Anyone out there that can help me get a copy of that as well?
  2. https://tenaciousd.com/news/pre-order-the-who-medley-7-now-supporting-everytown-for-gun-safety-8HGXF Pre-Order The Who Medley 7" NOW Supporting Everytown For Gun Safety Crush the link below to buy the vinyl and support Everytown For Gun Safety! Pre-order the 7" vinyl! (US Store) Pre-order the 7” vinyl (EU Store) Artwork by Dan Meth & Alec Strickland at Volt Creative
  3. https://sonicritualrecordings.com/releases/ Limited white vinyl....order it now or a man in a cardigan will push you off a building!
  4. In the "yes please" category, we have a deluxe repressing of The Walkmen's masterpiece, You and Me! https://linktr.ee/thewalkmen Double LP, black and red vinyl, in gatefold sleeve. A new deluxe edition of NYC art rock band The Walkmen's career highlight "You & Me". Originally released in 2008, this new edition is fully remastered by Chris Colbert and features a fourth side of unreleased tracks from the era recorded at Memphis legendary Sun Studio for PBS that captures the album's essential nature as a 21st century band deeply influenced by early rock and roll music. "You & Me" was the Walkmen's fourth studio album and widely considered their masterpiece, kicking off a new life for the band with standouts such as "In the New Year", "On the Water" and "I Lost You." The Sun Studio recordings showcase a massive local horn section including Ben Cauley of the Bar-Kays, the only survivor of the plane crash that took Otis Redding along with 4 other members of the Bar-Kays. 1. Donde Esta La Playa 2. Flamingos (for Colbert) 3. On the Water 4. In the New Year 5. Seven Years of Holidays (for Stretch) 6. Postcards from Tiny Islands 7. Red Moon 8. Canadian Girl 9. Four Provinces 10. Long Time Ahead of Us 11. The Blue Route 12. New Country 13. I Lost You 14. If Only It Were True 15. Louisiana (Sun Studio Version) 16. Canadian Girl (Sun Studio Version) 17. Long Time Ahead of Us (Sun Studio Version) 18. Red Moon (Sun Studio Version) 19. I Lost You (Sun Studio Version)
  5. Two variants limited to 100 each are being pressed: Gold variant: https://www.brewerytownbeats.com/product-page/g-love-love-from-philly-limited-edition-45rpm Black: https://www.brewerytownbeats.com/product-page/g-love-love-from-philly-45rpm
  6. Vinyl Preorder: https://philadelphonic.com/product/philadelphia-mississippi/ New song kicks ass. Love From Philly featuring Schooly D and Chuck Treece
  7. If I register for the fan club, can I still get access to that variant is it all gone already?
  8. So...are there only 2 variants for sale right now?
  9. https://shop.srh.com/collections/long-beach-dub-allstars?fbclid=IwAR3LN26QQsYhFd6bSBecS5viBYWwNPqHMUtO14uUUo1uePtxV-Nu_Wgwgb8 The two limited edition 7 inch vinyl releases for “Higher Dub” and “Easy Dub” are AVAILABLE NOW. We only made a few hundred copies and they will sell out fast. The Dub versions were done by Roger Rivas and both have unique art from Opie Ortiz and also include the original versions of the songs on the B side. Very Limited!!!
  10. Or...could I just keep the turntable I have with standard audio outs and use a connector to usb to plug into a soundbar? https://www.amazon.fr/Froggen-Type-RCA-adaptateur-amplificateur/dp/B08VDMZ1VM/ref=sr_1_22?__mk_fr_FR=ÅMÅŽÕÑ&crid=JJJX4X4NN6SH&keywords=phono+to+usb+connector&qid=1645401408&sprefix=phono+to+usb+connector%2Caps%2C43&sr=8-22
  11. Maybe this is a silly question, but if I just ditched by Pro-ject and bought a new turntable with a USB output, wouldn't that output plug into any soundbar with a usb input and play music through the soundbar? In the case of something like a Project Debut Recordmaster, would I still need a pre-amp?
  12. Does anyone know of a soundbar that would not only work for my TV, but also has phono inputs for my Project Debut Carbon? I'm having a hard time finding a product that will work with both. Alternatively, I could find a new turntable that has a digital output? Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!
  13. There is also another white variant being sold exclusively from FNAC in France: https://www.fnac.com/a16666649/Red-Hot-Chili-Peppers-Unlimited-Love-Edition-Limitee-Exclusivite-Fnac-Vinyle-Blanc-Vinyle-album#omnsearchpos=1
  14. I was bored so I checked and they only have about 300 of the splatter vinyl available...probably out of 500.
  15. https://rarebirdlit.com/dark-mark-vs-skeleton-joe-limited-edition-2xlp-w-download-code/ This is a preorder for the Dark Mark vs Skeleton Joe full-length 2xLP, available in Black and limited edition Colored Splatter. Vinyl will ship as available. However, a unique download code will be emailed to all vinyl preorder customers once their preorder has been received and confirmed. After the release of their debut 12" earlier this summer, DARK MARK VS SKELETON JOE (Featuring Mark Lanegan of Screaming Trees and Joe Cardamone of The Icarus Line) are proud to announce their upcoming self-titled full-length album, releasing October 15, 2021 via Rare Bird/Kitten Robot Records on digital and streaming platforms, and the 2xLP vinyl edition (available for preorder now) will ship as available and include an immediate download code that will be emailed to vinyl customers on preorder. A project born from mutual respect, Dark Mark vs. Skeleton Joe (DMvSJ) mines electronic music and unearths an experimental sound for both of them, a sound coined "gothic death disco" by Louder Sound. A prolific artist and author, Lanegan has collaborated with a host of bands and musicians, including UNKLE, Neko Case, The Duke Spirit and Queens of the Stone Age among many others. And while he's worked many legendary acts over his career, DMvsSJ marks a new band for Lanegan, not a guest spot or featured artist. “The fact that it's not like anything either one of us have done before is what makes this so interesting for me,” explains Lanegan. “When you have done as much stuff as Joe and I, you have to constantly search for the different and challenging to keep yourself engaged.” "The project is called Dark Mark vs. Skeleton Joe because we both have assumed these alter egos over the years,” says Cardamone about the origins of the project. "The material we wanted to do together seemed to take well to the idea that our personas here are as if we’re now outcasts to our own creative selves. "I do think the death disco label we've been given could apply to portions of the material. Only half the record lives in that territory though," explains Cardamone. "There’s a lot of material that is nostalgic ambient. I always thought the record functioned on a day to night level. The hard songs are for when the sun is gone and the cuts without percussion are for the day after the primal beating." The night portion of Joe's analogy is perfectly represented in opening track "Livin Dead," which immediately starts off with eerie, blaring synths before pulsating drums and arresting vocals kick in. The track is truly hypnotic and sounds like it could be right at home in a John Carpenter (Halloween, The Thing) movie. Other tracks on the record that capture this soundscape include "No Justice," which fits in line with the goth midnight dance floor, the slow-burning "Turning In Reverse," and the chaotic "Sanctified." In contrast to the more eerie tracks and a showcase of the previously mentioned ambient nostalgia, are tracks such as the spare "Lost Animals," relying on Lanegan's vocals and minimal synth, the church organ infused "Hiraeth," and the trip-hop esque "Cold Summer." These tracks showcase the range of emotions and moods DMvSJ are able to capture on this expirmental, electronic journey. “We were originally intending to release it earlier, but with the pandemic and other things going on in the world, it just hadn't seemed appropriate," adds Lanegan. "Now, we both feel more comfortable creeping this material into the open." Dark Mark vs. Skeleton Joe is Mark Lanegan and Joe Cardamone. Their self-titled full-length album will release on October 15, 2021 via Rare Bird Recordings / Kitten Robot Records on digital and streaming platforms, and the 2xLP vinyl edition (available for preorder now) will ship as available and include an immediate download code that will be emailed to vinyl customers on preorder.
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