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  1. I haven't been able to find it.
  2. kramer73

    PO: Neko Case - Hell-On (6/6/18)

    I'm enjoying this. I agree it's better than the last two, and Fox Confessor was my intro to Neko, so I compare everything to that, maybe unfairly.
  3. kramer73

    Smashing Pumpkins

    I think this sounds nothing like anything from Bullet. The last Pumpkins album I enjoyed was Zeitgeist, I haven't listened to anything since. I am curious about this album though. I wonder when they'll announce it, or will they just release this single and not say anything like Alice in Chains?
  4. kramer73

    PO: Neko Case - Hell-On (6/6/18)

    My brown vinyl shipped today. I don't even see the brown vinyl available from King's Merch anymore.
  5. https://jackpotrecords.com/shop/green-river-come-on-down Green River - Come On Down (Limited Edition Pink Vinyl w/ Bonus Track) 17.99 SHIPPING NEXT WEEK Released in 1985, Green River’s “Come On Down" was a record existing in its sonic universe--out of step with its own time. Was it glam? Was it punk? Was it metal? Was it cool? We now know it was one of the building blocks of what Mark Arm would coin as "grunge", but in 1985 this record was a silent groundbreaker. It was not only the raw, sludgy, slower guitar sound that makes this band important in its place in rock history, but the members of Green River would go on to lead some of the biggest names in the genre: Mudhoney and Mother Love Bone, the latter of which also contained the roots of Pearl Jam. In 1986 they signed with Sub Pop Records and one could argue loudly that without Green River in 1984, there might be no Sub Pop Records today. Originally released on the forward-thinking Homestead Records in 1985, "Come On Down" is now being reissued for the first time on Jackpot Records. It has been mastered from the original master tapes by original producer and recording engineer Chris Hanzsek (Soundgarden, Melvins) as well as a tape transfer by Jack Endino (Nirvana, Soundgarden). The record will also include the iconic original cover artwork and a printed inner sleeve with the lyrics and a photo of the original master tape box. We're proud to announce that this record will also include a rare, unreleased bonus track. Come drink in the sludge that kick started it all. 1. Come On Down 2. New God 3. Swallow My Pride 4. Ride of Your Life 5. Corner of My Eye 6. Tunnel of Love 7. Your Own Best Friend (Demo) • One of the first Grunge records ever released • Sourced from the original 1985 Master Tapes • Includes unreleased bonus track • Mark Arm & Steve Turner from Mudhoney • Jeff Ament & Stone Gossard from Pearl Jam • Limited Edition colored vinyl • Features studio master tape box image with lyrics
  6. I think that is the regular run (although most places have run out of those as well). Correction: I'm pretty sure the regular run was "sea foam", so maybe this is a new pressing? Not sure. Is sea foam different than aqua?
  7. kramer73

    The Third Man Records Thread

    Anyone here with a vault membership who didn't but the Dinosaur Jr Blue Room Sessions? I don't have a membership but was interested in the blue vinyl.
  8. clear and black marble will be available at Target.
  9. Imagine if this was a "tour-only" exclusive.
  10. The "insiders" seem to think the live shows are limited. I feel the same way, dump the album later if it turns out to be a turd. Sidebar:. As I typed the word "turd", I hit the Spacebar and my phone listed a few suggestions of what to write next. "Ferguson" was one of these words.
  11. pencil, marker, ballpoint pen, blood? rubbing alcohol.
  12. They did this last time and we freaked out. I don't know why they do it though.