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  1. “This VERY limited edition release was remastered-for-vinyl at 33 RPM by Blackbelt Mastering in Seattle” Hope this is the norm going forward with Tooth and Nail/Solid State Releases.
  2. Anybody know if this shipping right away? I’m assuming it would be if it’s vinyl only (for now), not sure why you’d presale it unless they need the funds to press it.
  3. New tour dates with Tigers Jaw, mostly smaller markets. https://mewithoutyou.com/pages/shows
  4. Posthumous release from Richard Swift. https://secretlycanadian.com/record/the-hex/
  5. Dixit and Codenames are really good and not too intimidating for get-togethers with family and friends, instead the likes of Apples to Apples, Scattergories, etc.
  6. Some of my favorites are: Acquire, You place tiles on a grid to build and merge hotel chains that you buy stock in. Dominion, Deck building, also about the only game I've played that's fun for 2 players even though it's designed for more. Carcassonne, Build the board as you go, claim cities, road, and fields to score victory points. The Great Dalmuti, A card game similar to Scum or President, but with awesome artwork and a unique deck structure. King of Tokyo, Dice rolling similar to Yahtzee, with custom dice and asynchronous combat. Revolution, A blind bidding game where you need to use your limited influence strategically. Shadows over Camelot, 7 Player Co-op with the option of a having an unknown traitor actively working against the rest of the players.
  7. As an almost lifelong South Dakota resident, I'm really interested to see if they get into what piqued a bunch of Georgia boy's interest about Lead and the Homestake gold mine as a concept for this album. Haven't read anything about that unless any of y'all have seen something. Also this was probably my favorite album of last year regardless of all that, after being casually aware of the band for a while and getting into Cope and Hope after those came out.
  8. The last 2 that came out within a couple months of each other certainly doesnt help. A lot of their early albums came out every other year too, I believe.
  9. Shipping from Italy isn’t a great sign either, from what I’ve heard of their post office.
  10. 1. Vheissu 2. Beggars 3. Alchemy Index 4. Major/Minor 5. The Artist in the Ambulance 6. To be Everywhere is to be Nowhere 7. The Illusion of Safety 8. Identity Crisis
  11. Obligatory, but true. James Murphy and Co. know what's up. Really liking American Dream so far. Looking forward to many more spins.
  12. That's usually been my experience with download codes that I've gotten with records before release day.
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