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  1. True Sadness is a patchwork quilt, both thematically and stylistically. Wherein a myriad of contrasting fabrics make perfect sense on the same plane, this album draws upon countless resources from its writers and performers. To further propel the expansive color and textural fields of the record, we are blessed to play and perform music with a group of musicians who possess not only great talent, but great interpretive ability. They are an extension of our family and their care for the work at hand (and the project at large) informs a dynamic musical contribution to any piece we proudly give our last name. Sonically, the album is as multidimensional as its makers. The same could be said of its long list of influences. So the quilt is sewn, in part, with the brightly colored threads of Queen, Sister Rosetta Tharpe, Jimmie Rodgers, Tom Petty, Nine Inch Nails, Gillian Welch, Aretha Franklin, Walt Disney, Pink Floyd, Kings of Convenience, calypso of the 1950s and country of the 1930s. Rock and roll is here, as always. There are moments of undeniable celebration and camaraderie, others of quiet and lonely exhalation. Throughout the album, we stitched together the boldest red and the calmest green, polka dots and stripes, the roughest denim and the smoothest velveteen. They came together because they are the best patterns we have and because each of us brought our own fabric to the quilting frame. We made this record as people who have made records together before — with experienced hands, appreciative hearts, renewed focus, and the knowledge of our good fortune to make music once again. On June 24th, we will share with the world this work, these songs, and a contemporary chapter of our lives. -Seth Avett The Avett Brothers PO for the Box set has been up for a while but it costs $99 here Vinyl only via Amazon here Album Trailer here Album stream via NPR here
  2. http://www.amazon.com/Four-Thieves-Gone-Robbinsville-Sessions/dp/B009INAFFA/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1349509718&sr=8-3&keywords=Avett+brothers+four+thieves Found this today. It's 31 bucks but free shipping and a ton of music. If anyone finds it elsewhere I'll update this post. November 19 release date.
  3. Hey y'all, Cleaning house of all the vinyl I never got around to listening to. I'm new to this forum, so have no feedback but my Ebay ID is browneyes1803 if you want to check out my reviews there. Free media mail shipping to continental US on all - I will ship internationally if buyer pays shipping. Taking offers and would consider trades on: Manchester Orchestra/ Grouplove/ Frightened Rabbit - "Make it to Me/Arcitect" 12" RSD Release Ask $30 OBO The Avett Brothers "Slight Figure of Speech" 7" Ask $15 OBO Nirvana "Nevermind - The Singles" 10" Box Set RSD Release Ask 75 OBO The Black Keys "Tighten Up/Howlin' For You" 10" Ask $15 OBO The Black Crowes "Say Goodnight to the Bad Guys/Remedy" 10" Picture Disc RSD Release Ask $20 OBO Jack White "Love Interruption/Machine Gun Silhouette" Ltd to 300 Tri-Color 7" Ask $280 OBO Karen Elson "Live at Third Man Records" Vault Release 12" Peach/Black Ask $60 OBO Karen Elson "Milk and Honey" RSD 7" Swirl Ask $10 OBO The White Stripes "Merry Xmas From" 7" Ask $10 OBO The White Stripes "Dead Leaves" Vault 7" Ask $30 OBO Jack White "Live at Third Man Records" Vault 12" Blue Double LP Ask $98 OBO Jack White "Blunderbuss Demos" Vault 7" Light Blue Ask $35 OBO The Kills "Live at Third Man Records" Ltd Edition Blue and Black - only available to attendees Ask $200 OBO The White Stripes "Nine Miles From the White City" Vault 12" Red and White Double LP Ask $70 OBO
  4. PRE-ORDER HERE: http://youthconspiracy.bigcartel.com/product/meridian-aging-truths-lp STREAM ALBUM HERE: http://meridianohio.bandcamp.com/ We're incredibly honored to be releasing Meridian's debut album, Aging Truths, in an extremely limited pressing of only 300 copies on random colored vinyl. The earlier you pre-order, the rarer the color you will get. If you order multiple copies, you will receive the rarest colors available at the time of your order. Meridian is the brainchild of Max Stern, best known as the vocalist/guitarist for rising Cleveland punk band Signals Midwest. Many of the songs comprising Meridian's full-length debut, Aging Truths, date back as early as 2007, when Max began playing acoustic house shows around Cleveland. These songs aren't Signals Midwest rejects, though; they draw from an entirely different set of influences, such as the Avett Brothers, Sundowner, the Mountain Goats and Frank Turner. Making the project more special is the involvement of Max's younger brother Jake, who he taught how to play guitar at a young age and contributed to the arrangements of the songs on Aging Truths. One listen to these 10 songs and you'll understand why Max Stern is one of the brightest songwriters to grace the independent punk and folk scenes in quite some time. PRESSING INFO 300 copies on random colored vinyl TRACKLISTING SIDE A 1. When I See You 2. Love & A Sense Of Belonging 3. The Catalyst 4. I Will Learn 5. What We've Built SIDE B 6. Prosthetic Hand 7. Wait, Move 8. Commuters 9. When You See Me 10. Six Blocks This is YCR-008.
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