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  1. That was a great price, sadly I missed that one. I did find this one though, Secret Pyramid "Embers", if you're into ambient/drone stuff. Great price at $15.14, much less than the label: https://www.amazon.ca/Embers-Vinyl-Secret-Pyramid/dp/B08J1SK797/
  2. How is Deep Discount's shipping packaging these days? Still using those flimsy mailers?
  3. New Secret Pyramid album on Geographic North sounds glorious, limited edition blue vinyl pre-order: https://secretpyramid.bandcamp.com/album/embers
  4. The invoice/fees thing is ok, but the required shipping policy will be a nightmare, especially for international shipping.
  5. This is essential punk music, will grab one once they hit stores.
  6. It's so sad that a certain group in the US has been working so hard to destroy the postal service. This really screws over small businesses and consumers.
  7. This seems right. Also, check how much it costs to ship a record to the Netherlands from the US now, you'll be surprised it isn't that much cheaper.
  8. Gotcha. FWIW, I'm pretty sure US distros may get it, and also some other EU retailers with cheaper shipping options to the US.
  9. I mean no disrespect, but $13 for shipping a record in between two countries and continents is actually a decent price for most record collectors who don't live in the USA. Sadly, not everyone has access to media mail prices.
  10. Unplugged has already been widely available on vinyl. Tacking on a few rehearsal tracks on a vinyl release isn't really essential. Think about it, they're rehearsals, they were never meant to be released. As for Paramount and the L&L, they are great performances, but unless you're a die hard fan, they're not really essential to Nirvana, like the albums are.
  11. At this point they're just rehashing the same releases, and putting out non-essential cash grabs.