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  1. I was hesitant on this album especially after the last album being pretty bland including the horrible "new song". No idea why they ever decided to write that song as well as release it as a single. It just seemed like an amateur undeveloped idea with no checks and balances as a band for what is good. The new album follows the same path with not many memorable moments at all and as said in the thread a joining of different ideas recorded as individuals and slammed together to make a song. The first record and EP were fantastic. The st was good. Band has been on the decline since with this being their worst outing
  2. https://wreck-age.com/collections/silent-majority Brooklynvegan also has an editionup
  3. Anyone get this yet? I got a ship from BV a week ago but no actual movement Seen a bunch of versions popping up on discogs
  4. Did you see anything else about other reissues from them? Essential NY label in mid 90s with Bad Trip, Die 116, Mind Over Matter, Milhouse, Stillsuit, Yuppicide but I doubt much of this has an audience in 2022. I have to look but I think the original SM was released on Exit that put out excellent releases from Indecision, Motive, Sons of Abraham and Tripface
  5. Growing up in the NYC/LI area, I must have seem Silent majority at least 20 times. This record was so important to my teen years
  6. Anyone comment on how the Frances reissue on GITD sounds?
  7. PM FOR DEAL https://www.discogs.com/seller/jglembo/profile
  8. Relapse will also be reassuring the back catalog on vinyl so time to fill in those gaps
  9. That whole trend of variant collecting and stuff never made sense. Now I do have different versions of the same album for example an original Downward Spiral, the Kevin Gray cut, the definitive reissue by Trent but they are all different sonically and one of my favorite albums. I have similiar trends with Siamese Dream, In Utereo, etc but never just the same album/press in different colors. Total waste in my mind
  10. The shipping policies should automatically update for multiple items within the same order. . Now if people place multiple orders thats a problem I signed up yesterday. Two orders today. Worked fine. Paypal took discogs and tax out and its not showing up in my billing
  11. Don't become a collector . Having 10 different albums is better than having 10 different versions of one album. Don't feel the need to buy every release by an artist just to have if you don't really like the release.
  12. Do people really not like discogs? To me its super easy to use and the wealth of information on pressings, variants, etc can not be beat. While sometimes it is hard to find the exact one those are complete one offs for me
  13. Put up a bunch more. This is most likely it for a while
  14. If they submitted it in June like they said, it is very realistic Knowing Ipecac though it probably was never done
  15. Anyone hear anything. I know they said December and that month is quickly here
  16. US- https://littlecloudrecords.com/collections/frontpage/products/the-dandy-warhols-the-black-album-us-only-pre-orders UK/EU- https://www.lo-fi-merchandise.com/collections/the-dandy-warhols Number of Tracks: 10 Vinyl Size: 12-inch Revolutions: 33rpm Vinyl Color: Black or Clear w/Black Splatter Jacket: Gatefold (Matte Finish) *SHIPPING AFTER JANUARY 1, 2022 FOR UK/EU PRE-ORDERS GO HERE FOR US T-SHIRT BUNDLE GO HERE Late January in Portland, 1996. The Dandy Warhols are hammering out the most deranged psych pop of their career in hopes of blowing the lids off their newfound suitors from Capitol Records, completely unaware that one of Oregon's biggest natural disasters was raging outside their studio walls. The notorious Willamette Valley flood of '96 chalked up over $500 million in property damage in the Pacific Northwest, but fell short of The Dandys' studio space by 2 blocks. Courtney, Peter, Zia and Eric escaped the carnage without a scratch, the perfect metaphor for the band's 3-decade-spanning journey. They survived the major label buzz, an international hit single, "the documentary", the rise and fall of brit pop, and a post-Napster music industry. What's a little water gonna do? Riding off the debut hype of 1995's Dandys Rule Ok, this new batch of songs saw a band spinning into an unknown. Bigger budgets meant bigger expectations, and The Dandy Warhols didn't want to lose their lipsticked sneer by bowing down to the powers that be. Knobs were turned into the red and chemical hors d'oeuvres were served around the clock with the intent of pushing themselves to uncharted waters. They even got a trumpet to feed back. Picture the band sending Capitol a song called Crack Cocaine Rager and just try not to smile. But we all know the story. After a brief tour with Love and Rockets to clear their heads, the label and the band both decided to hit the reset button. The demos for Boys Better and Minnesoter among other fragments and oddities ended up on the now-legendary ...The Dandy Warhols Come Down and those fabled demos collected dust until 2004 when they were released as The Black Album. The sound of these scuzzy fuzzed-out recordings began to echo through a new generation of garage rock bands who preferred a little noise in the cracks of their harmonies, and the legacy of The Black Album grew. Now, for the first time ever, the songs are getting released on vinyl. It's about damn time. Fellow Portlandians Little Cloud Records are putting out a mere 500 copies of the album on wax, 250 slabs on black vinyl and 250 on a clear and black splatter colorway. Either one will look perfect in the psych section of your record shelf. U.S. collectors can grab one from Little Cloud after the 'buy' link and U.K. folks can get it HERE from The Dandys online store.
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