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throwgncpr last won the day on June 29

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  1. If you have an older tv/media player and can't screencast, you could always hook your laptop up to the TV via an HDMI cable
  2. ††† ruled. I would love more of that. Unlike Palms... I love ISIS and Deftones, but the combination of the two was really boring. Every time I try to revisit that album, I just get really bummed out.
  3. track up: https://www.brooklynvegan.com/sumac-release-8-minute-lead-single-the-iron-chair-off-new-album/
  4. I'm 40, and the first couple records aren't that high on the list for me. I also fucking LOVE s/t, so maybe I'm the odd man out. It's top 2 or 3.
  5. Sirens was on Revelations, which is why I assumed it hasn't been repressed already. That album was great, I'd love to have it on vinyl.
  6. This record rules. I don't yet like it as much as Idler Wheel, but it's great. Oh, and I love the dolphin noises...
  7. in. The early recordings are also up on bandcamp: https://officialzao.bandcamp.com/album/preface-early-recordings-1995-1996
  8. Same. I like the first track enough that I'll probably order this soon. June of 44 in 2020 is very welcome.
  9. yep, I had it in my cart at Thrill, and then once I saw the bandcamp option, I quickly shifted there. Cheaper shipping + FLAC = yassssssss
  10. Unfortunately, they're not. The Deep Elm releases are totally controlled by John Szuch. I'm sure Ryan (Graveface) worked with the band for the DE represses he handled, but unless the licensee extends an arm to the band, they don't have anything to do with it. I had forgotten that the last gold repress was advertised as the last.
  11. Who are "they"? I'm sure anyone could do it if they want to deal with the insane Deep Elm licensing...