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  1. Up to sell any of these, offers only please. Send a PM! AFI The Art Of Drowning Clear Pink Against Me! White Crosses Black 3xLP Antarctigo Vespucci The Essential Antarctigo Vespucci - Volume One Gold LP with a small crack on outer lip Bad Rabbits American Love Gold w/ Red White Blue Splatter Balance And Composure Only Boundaries Clear Bayside Cult Black Bomb The Music Industry! Vacation Clear/Pink split Diamond Youth Nothing Matters Pink/White Swirl Emarosa Peach Club Black/Red/White Starburst sealed! Fall Out Boy From Under The Cork Tree Gold inside Maroon Four Year Strong Rise Or Die Trying Baby Blue w/ Grey Splatter Half Hearted Hero Defining. Refining. Clear Blue Hellogoodbye Would It Kill You? White Jeff Rosenstock Worry. Blue inside Teal Jim Gaffigan Cinco Black Signed 2xLP Koji Crooked In My Mind Yellow Less Than Jake GNV FLA Black Blue Silk Screened Cover Less Than Jake See The Light Black Make Do And Mend Part And Parcel Yellow Muse Black Holes And Revelations Black Nick Thune Folk Hero Clear Signed LP Paramore Riot! Black Pentimento I, No Longer Black/White Swirl Reel Big Fish Turn The Radio Off Green/Orange Swirl 2xLP Rozwell Kid Precious Art Yellow w/ Pink Splatter Saves The Day Through Being Cool Blue/White Split Say Anything Anarchy, My Dear Clear Red Silverstein Rescue Cream/Brown split Spill Top Ten Coke Bottle Clear Teenage Bottlerocket Stay Rad! White The Shins Oh, Inverted World Clear Blue Tokyo Police Club Champ White Touche Amore - 1000 Live Album - Pink disc, White disc The Arrogant sons of Bitches - Three Cheers - Clear blink-182 - Take Off Your Pants and Jacket - Black 180g The Wonder Years - Sister Cities - Grey/Black/White smash PUP - Morbid Stuff - Clear Yellow W/ Teal splatter Propagandhi - Failed States - Black Mustard Plug - Evildoers Beware! - Black
  2. http://reallyrecords.bigcartel.com/product/jeff-rosenstock-i-look-like-shit-pre-order Jeff's solo/demo record, on two undisclosed 'disgusting' vinyl variants. Might pick it up. Twinkle's a jam.
  3. http://deadformat.net/tradelist/AndyNewton The following is for sale: Hierophant - Great Mother: Holy Monster - Clear W/ Heavy Black Splatter -/150 (First Press) International Superheroes Of Hardcore - Takin It Ova! - Green W/ Purple Splatter -/1000 (Second Press) Mother Of Mercy - Symptoms of Existence IV - Black/White Swirl -/1000 (First Press) The Alligators - Time's Up You're Dead - Alligator Green -/500 (Second Press) The Wonder Years - The Upsides - Safety Green - /3000 (Third Press) Touche Amore/Pianos Become The Teeth - Split - Opaque Aqua Blue - /5129 (First Press) Touche Amore/The Casket Lottery - Split - Solid Pink - /1500 (Second Press) If you're interested in anything else on my tradelist, PM me and we'll talk. Off limits are the Old Gray 5", More Than Life, the UK press of PTSBBAM, the TA box set, and all the Hostage Calm items. Also up for grabs is a ticket to Bomb The Music Industry's Show Before The Last Show.
  4. I got married yesterday! To celebrate, my wife(!) and I assembled a 7-inch compilation of some of our favorite bands covering some of our favorite songs, and we gave it out as a wedding favor to all of our guests. Pressing info is 220 copies on random colored vinyl, the majority of which are in the hands of our wedding guests. (Although I do still have a few leftover...) Artwork is by Marky Hladish of MidwestLove Art & Design.
  5. hey guys, i will be heading out into the woods to a cabin on the side of a mountain without running water, electricity, or cell phone service... while i'm gone you should all go to our webstore www.asbestosrecords.bigcartel.com and save 20% by entering discount code cabinfever . So go take advantage of my absence and give me something to do when i get home! don't miss me too much while i'm gone
  6. http://bombthemusici...-the-waterworks HERE COME THE WATERWORKS… This is a weird thing to write that I don’t want to write. But it was agreed on that it would be “mean” if I didn’t… I’ve been putting it off all day, and now that the record collection is alphabetized, all mail-order is done, and my groceries are color-coded seems like I gotta do it. (EDIT: I even waited a full day before posting this. oh boy.) There’s a very very good chance this upcoming US tour is going to be our last time coming through most of these cities. We all still love each other and love playing music together. There’s no weird rifts or anything. To put it simply, the 9 - 10 months or our lives when we are not playing music are not fantastic. To put it complicatedly, those months are weird vortexes (vortices?) of time where we float in between weird jobs that further us in very little ways as human beings aside from you know, the thrill delivering ten sheets of plexi to celebrity photo shoots (glamorous!) or the satisfaction of doing sound for another Green Day cover band (very glamorous!)… it seems like it’s just time to see if there’s anything out there that can provide us with full-time joy instead of part-time joy. Keep in mind that Bomb the Music Industry! was never really supposed to be a touring band that put out records, had a steady line-up, made money off of anything, continued anywhere outside of our houses. If it weren’t for the incredibly kind, warm and VERY VERY ENTHUSIASTIC people who have come to see us over the years, we probably would have never really given a shot at touring or playing shows outside of the northeast. And as an added bonus, we’ve met like, all of our best friends scrambling around the country in a van. It’s pretty neat that if we ever feel like running away from all of our problems here in New York and flee to Montana or something, we can call up Grant and go “yo, what’s up, let me crash tonight?” And as a triple-double bonus, the last year or so we’ve made enough money off of this for it to pay a portion of our bills. Didn’t see that coming. So I guess what I’m saying is words cannot express the gratitude we have for everyone who has helped us out over the years. Big sweaty thanks to everyone. Also keep in mind that things change. I don’t want anyone to think this is some kinda hoax to get people to see us on this trip or whatever, especially if we end up coming back through your town. We are beautiful complicated fucking snowflakes that blow wherever the wind takes us and you better fucking respect that shit, maaaan. That means we get to take this back if we wanna. Million-Day Return Policy. No questions asked. Also, there’s still a bunch of things we’d like to do and we’re gonna do our best to do ‘em. Hopefully get to some weird countries we’ve never been to, things like that. I also think we’re making a hardcore record in September. Just look at this as a little heads up that this may be our last lap, and it might be a serious minute ‘til we come back to the track. And just so this isn’t all bad news for Bomb the Music Industry! listeners (and great news for people who’s friends like us, but they can’t stand us at all but their friends just like, keep putting it on and they’re like “change the record please i’m dyinnnnnnnng”) here is a new song/demo/whatever I finished up a month or two ago. It’s called “80’s Through the 50’s.” Enjoy, see ya in the weird world. — Jeff / John / Matt / Mike / Tom
  7. Jeff Rosenstock just put out a solo album thingie. It's basically a bunch of Bomb the music industry b-sides and stuff that never got released. Free for download here: http://www.quoteunquoterecords.com/qur061.htm Get it! I'm personally really enjoying it so far!
  8. Make me offers! Against Me! - Cavalier Eternal - No Idea Records - 14th press tan mix w/ UK-style center hole /175 Against Me! - High Pressure Low - Sabot Productions - 1st press orange /400 Against Me! - High Pressure Low - Sabot Productions - 1st press pink /400 Attica! 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