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About smwalsh6

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    Thrift Store 7"
  • Birthday 09/18/1986

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  1. Looking for a few rare/expensive records that I’ve owned at one point and gifted to friends. Saves the Day-In Reverie RX Bandits-Progress Scott McMicken-It White Denim-Last Day of Summer Everytimeidie-Gutter Phenomenon The Format-Dog Problems The Living End-Modern Artillery I know I could find most of these on Discogs but figured I’d see if I could give my money to VC first. If you have any of these shoot me an offer, or let me know and I’ll send you an offer. Whatever works.
  2. My band just released our first record (I play drums). We’re more stoner/psych rock than metal but I thought some of you may enjoy it. https://youtu.be/hXtjMiXNx3U https://mojobozos.bandcamp.com We’re still trying to figure out pressing the lp, but we did a short run of lathe cut 7”s with audio geography for our first show that came out pretty cool.
  3. Haha maybe. It's probably more likely that the resale value isn't that high on those. I had some ML electrostats for a couple years and it took me a loooong time to sell them. I think it's just such a niche market. If you have a local dealer and can demo some Monitor Audio's I really can't reccomend it enough. Especially if you typically listen to rock. The only reason I went with the Venere 3.0's I bought over the Monitors is I listen to jazz roughly half the time and thought the Sonus Fabers were a little more well rounded, particularly in the mids.
  4. Monitor Audio Gold series. Ribbon tweeter, fantastic low end. Maybe?
  5. A full claw foot tub weighs upwards of 1000 lbs. You'll be ok.
  6. I have both and Hang Ups is waaaay better than S/T. Been a minute since I've listened to it but I remember sounding great.
  7. Hmm, I thought he added a ton haha. I think they pulled off some cool shit, almost mimicking electronic beats with real drums, and that having both drum tones so similar helped to achieve that.
  8. It's blowing my mind that people think TKOL is lifeless sounding. I think it has one of the most immediately recognizable textures of any album, like ever. And there were two drummers on it! But ya know, opinions. Didn't love the new song upon first listen, then I went home and listened to it on my main setup and that immediately changed. Crazy composition with the strings, love the subtle changes in mood from part to part, rather than standard verse/chorus/verse shit. Getting some heavy Jonny Greenwood soundtrack vibes. Stoked.
  9. This will never change unless Citizens United gets overturned.
  10. That video was great! Also, Dave is really starting to look like Jeff Lynne from ELO.
  11. I spend waaaay more money in local stores than online. Its pretty rare that I preorder online, but I'm not into variant collecting or anything like that. Most of my online purchases have been OOP titles that I'd never find in a store, and hell even that I've only done maybe 5 times. There have been a couple records I was looking for for years that could have been easily found online, but I get way more enjoyment from stumbling upon one at a store. For me, that's the fun part of the hobby, walking into a store a finding that random record you've wanted for years.