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  1. should've just filled out the survey... Thanks for the opportunity to skew the results toward "vinyl will live forever!"
  2. wow - props to the OP who kicked the shit out of this fire ant hill that is Vinyl Collective!
  3. From your Wants List, it sounds like you only need to go to Peaches Records on N. Peters St. They're not cheap, but that's anything you buy in the French Quarter. Another good place, besides the ones listed above, is Jim Russell's Records on Magazine. It's good to dig in some crates for a few hours, so only if you have time and an expeditioners costume. Lots of old and rare records in there. Buy some Louisiana Music while you're there... Trombone Shorty, Meters, Galactic, Wild Tchoupitoulas, Dr. John, Crowbar... just to add a few not on your list. <and make sure you eat at Mother's Kitchen at least once while you are there>
  4. i only found a mention of this inside the Black Friday RSD post so i wanted to add more information. I was looking around the nets for some offbeat xmas tunes this year and discovered this film all about collectors who search for offbeat xmas tunes all the time. How neat! Plus, it's got some interviews with some pretty interesting fellows. check it out if it's coming to your town... trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1wUIIssu9_E website: http://jinglebellrocks.vhx.tv/
  5. very cool! this soundtrack plays like a great mixtape. highly influencial.
  6. Just found it. Oh my brothers! Ordered the record too. Oh my other comrades! i don't check this site everyday - but this thread somehow slipped past me. Good. Shellac does not make music for everyone. I'm surprised this is on Page 2 already... This is a good day. Can't wait to get it in my hands.
  7. Yep - and they were rolling joints on a gatefold album cover... which is what gatefolds were made for.
  8. Hopscotch? what happened there? I heard all kinds of awful things were said on both sides of the monitors...
  9. -IronMan 3 played a christmas record in the beginning... (now it's jumped the shark!) -Billy Bob Thorton's character in FARGO showed back up as a dentist with a very nice collection of LP's that he played at a party. did y'all mention Steve Buscemi in Ghost World? that was 2001... Seymour is trying to interest a fellow collector in a record he's selling] Paul: It has a large center hole and a hair crack. Seymour: But the crack is so tight, it's completely inaudible. Paul: But a tight hair crack is just that—a crack. I don't collect cracked records. I only pay premium on mint records. Seymour, you know that. Please. [Paul walks away. Enid, who has been listening, goes up to Seymour] Enid: So, what was all that about enlarged holes and tight cracks?
  10. i remember the first time i heard the end of Shallow Ground and thought my walkman was eating my tape... but then: Great Purification started.
  11. BLIND! Purple! Ordered! not a popular thing to say but i love this album the most.
  12. That's awesome! I loved that drum track for Wrench & Numbers. What a great show> But that price on amazon? ouch.