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  1. Low is touring some new tracks soon. Pretty pumped on that. (wooah first post in like 4 years! sup, dudes?)
  2. Reposting from our record store employee picks: www.facebook.com/apollonbergen Insta: @apollonplatebar 1. Anderson .Paak - Malibu "Anderson .Paak is the doctor’s orders. Easily the album I’ve spun the most this year after seeing the light during a trip home to the States this summer. Paak’s third album showcases the LA musician’s brilliance in combining vibes of 70’s funk and soul, early 90’s hip-hop, and the wild card that is his own voice and take on a genre that has grown new wings in recent years. The past few years have been Kendrick’s, the next few will be Anderson’s. In an industry driven by singles, Anderson managed to put together a double-LP that flawlessly funks and flows from first to finish, and you’re left wanting more. Luckily, he’s on such a roll that he just dropped another album with Knxwledge (Kendrick Lamar producer) under the moniker NxWorries. If you dig this, I HIGHLY recommend checking out my second pick on this list. Voice of an angel." 2. NAO – For All We Know 3. James Blake– The Colour Of Everything 4. Neurosis – Fire Within Fires 5. Ivan Ave – Helping Hands 6. BANKS – Altar 7. Meshuggah– Violent Sleep Of Reality 8. Bon Iver – 22, A Million 9. Nails – You Will Never Be One of Us 10. Kendrick Lamar – Untitled Unmastered
  3. Hometown: Duluth, MN Low - The Curtain Hits The Cast Bob Dylan - The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan Retribution Gospel Choir - 2 Bear Garden - Disco Biscuit Trampled By Turtles - Palomino Current Home: Bergen, Norway Enslaved- Frost Taake- Hordalands doedskvad Hole In The Wall- S/T Monica Heldal- Boy From The North Immortal- Battles In The North
  4. I do recall hearing that certain banks provide a similar service over here, and I guess the quickest answer to my questions would be to call them myself to figure out the parameters of what they cover. I suppose I was more-so curious as to the "documentation" aspect of insuring valuables in the eyes of insurance companies stateside or anyone with experience in the matter. Are pictures needed? Receipts? A spreadsheet? Or just the word of the insuree. "Yeah, I had like 50 Yesterday & Today butcher covers but my house burned down. Gimme money."
  5. bump out of curiousity- does anyone here have their collections insured? If so, through which bank (US) and what is their policy for documentation? As far as I know there is one bank here in Norway that provides insurance for collections of valuable items however one must document the amount paid as well as picture documentation. I haven't looked to far into it but do try my best to keep up a GoogleDocs spreadsheet including the pressing information, the amount paid as well as the year of the purchase, mainly just because I find it interesting to see how value fluctuates over time but have recently been considering insuring the collection after hearing horror stories from friends of collections lost to fire and flood. I take it most insurance companies won't accept Discogs for example as ample documentation or am I mistaken? Anyhoo, just thought I'd throw the question out there again to any who may have some experience.
  6. Not sure if already posted, but here are a few Norwegian sites with leftovers: http://bigdipper.no/publisering/RSD http://thegarden.no/vinyl/rsd-2015.html Conversion and postage will suck for out of country buyers though..
  7. Just watched Almost Famous for the first time in probably a decade. Totally forgot about this!
  8. Bought the Chet Atkins release for my pops. Dude has 70+ Chet records, but not this one. Wuhu!
  9. Definitely this year's top score for me personally. The shop I work at ordered early with wishfull thinking and much to our surprise received 10 copies Damn yesterday was fun.
  10. Flippin' out over Shrines and Black Seeds. Finally tracked down Catacombs and Annihilation last year, decently priced. GAH. NILE!
  11. Yeah I wasn't aware of how much her earlier stuff was going for either until recently. Everything up to her last album has been fetching a pretty penny.
  12. Randomly picked up a Cinema Strange 7" (obscure 90's avant garde goth group) for 3 bucks or something. Was contacted by someone on Discogs offering 150 dollars. Still the only thing I've ever sold. Others off the top of my head: Sigur Ros- Takk 30 euro Regina Spektor- Soviet Kitsch 25 us Low- Murderer 10" 15 us Smashing Pumpkins- Gish 1st press in shrink 18 us
  13. Managed to whittle down a top 10: Sun Kil Moon- Benji Wovenhand- Refractory Obdurate Seven Impale- City Of The Sun Solstafir- Otta Cynic- Kindly Bent To Free Us Yob- Clearing The Path To Ascend Pixies- Indie Cindy St. Vincent- S/T Death From Above 1979- The Physical World Spidergawd- S/T
  14. Always hated the color scheme of this for some reason.. also have no idea what the fuck I'm looking at. Not that their other covers were much better but this sure sums up the times: I guess posting this would be putting down the rest of their covers (similar style and whatnot) but I always found this one particularly repulsive. Love the album to death but ugh Last but not least.. on second thought.. it's pretty amazing.
  15. Surge somehow survived here in Norway by popular demand. It's called Urge though. Heard somewhere that Urge was the originally intended name for the drink but was deemed "too sexual" for the American market. HAH. Found that a bit contradictory to the status quo in American advertising.. Anyhoo, in all its glory: (not me pictured, just a dude super stoked about Urge) We also have Urge energy drinks that are the fuggin shiiiiiiz:
  16. 180 gram audiophile vinyl Insert First pressing of 1500 numbered copies on icy white vinyl http://www.musiconvinyl.com/catalog/original-soundtrack/fargo#.U_7tINkazCQ http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00MNVG9NQ/ref=redir_mdp_mobile?camp=1789&creative=390957&creativeASIN=B00MNVG9NQ&linkCode=as2&linkId=GJ6NVWWEMDCVRWFS&redirect=true&ref_=as_li_tl&tag=modernvinylco-20

oh my wow GIF by ESPN Deportes


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