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  1. https://www.mergerecords.com/superchunk-reissue The first 250 LP orders will receive the album on opaque orange vinyl, and all orders will include a large foldout poster of the woodcut used on the cover art, while supplies last. In addition, all pre-orders will be entered into a random drawing to win one of 25 original doodles by Laura Ballance!
  2. SALE! Get 40% off all Merge Records vinyl until Wednesday, Nov. 9th with this code act checkout: MergeSale2016 tinyurl.com/j5xy9cd
  3. Out November 4 via Merge. One of the best bands in the universe. http://www.mergerecords.com/lambchop-announce-flotus-and-share-the-hustle 2xLP or 2xLP w/ t-shirt
  4. New Album on 3LP or 2CD via Merge. Out 06.28.15 Preorder here: https://www.mergerecords.com/the-most-lamentable-tragedy
  5. Didn't see a thread about this anywhere just yet, but Merge seems to have very quietly posted a pre-order for a new box set of the 69 Love Songs releases! This has been a white whale of mine for a while - I totally slept on the original box set (didn't realize it was limited). There is a color version available for the first 1,000 pre-orders. Looks good! Especially since I've never seen a second hand copy go for less that $250... Have at it! http://www.mergerecords.com/69-love-songs-lp-reissue
  6. New Destroyer album up at Merge. Not sure of details, but it says limited edition clear vinyl (at the bottom). http://www.mergerecords.com/poison-season Bundle with extra 12" with remix: http://www.mergerecords.com/destroyer-poison-season-bundle
  7. Hi, I collect stickers and I have recently noticed that a lot of people are giving away or selling stickers and if you have some you don't want you should PM me what you have (or post here) and I'll more than likely take them off your hands. I'll gladly pay, I'm not just trying to get free stickers. Also I have easy access to a TON of merge stickers if anyone wants one in return xoxo Laura
  8. This Thursday, at SXSW, the following labels will be holding a Record Rummage Sale releasing rare and out of print goodies on vinyl (some artwork too): Sub Pop Amphetamine Reptile Third Man Records Merge I wanted to create one thread for those who might be attending to see/hear about some of the rare/limited items that will be offered. I think stl_ben is going and I'm sure we have a few other people down at SXSW or in the Austin area on the boards. The event page for it is here: https://www.facebook.com/events/214701695392606/
  9. http://www.mergerecords.com/indoor-living-reissue On February 25, Merge will release the newly remastered reissue of Superchunk’s out-of-print 1997 album Indoor Living. The second in our 2014 series of reissues in celebration of our 25th anniversary,Indoor Living will be released on CD and LP with new liner notes by Laura Ballance and producer/engineer John Plymale. The LP will be pressed on 180-gram vinyl, and both CD and LP will include a download of a live concert recorded at Duke University in 1997. Ana Marie Cox, who wrote the original SPIN review of the album, revisited the record for its reissue: Indoor Living is about domestication: The taming and training of human beings to inhabit each others’ lives, during which a certain amount of blood is spilled. But anyone can write a break-up record, anyone can color in a broken heart all black. It takes a more sophisticated eye to find the light and perfect moments that happen even when we wish they didn’t, and Indoor Living is a scrapbook of those moments. A request for mercy comes across like an in-joke (“We both know that I’ve got bad knees”) in “Watery Hands.” “European Medicine” is a lively travelog that’s by turns amusingly fatalistic (“All our wine just froze, so much for your sunny coast”) and achingly needy (“Hold my hand steady while I write / Look over my shoulder all night”). Even “The Popular Music,” the record’s angriest slice of heartache, has a protagonist that can’t quite pull off a fully punk rock tantrum: “I’m smashing not washing the china you left me to use,” but “making mosaics of scenes from the parts of my life that you left me to lose.” Angst is easy, hope is hard. Thinking you’re going to die from a broken heart is easy, knowing you won’t is hard. Adulthood is about forsaking the black and white resolutions of youth for a more complicated, and resonant, resilience: From “Burn Last Sunday,” one of the saddest lines in indie rock: “The branches you thought you’d break / Well, they just bend.” In music and with people, maturity happens when the sharp edges and jangly rhythms of angst and outrage give over to fuller conversations. Indoor Livingshows that you don’t have to lose a single joule of energy in becoming a little more self-reflective. You just have to be willing to take it all in. Indoor Living reissue track listing: 1. Unbelievable Things 2. Burn Last Sunday 3. Marquee 4. Watery Hands 5. Nu Bruises 6. Every Single Instinct 7. Song for Marion Brown 8. The Popular Music 9. Under Our Feet 10. European Medicine 11. Martinis on the Roof Bonus content: Clambakes Vol 8: We’d Like to Thank the Homecoming Committee – Live at Duke 1997 1. Younger Bums (Big Dipper cover) 2. Burn Last Sunday 3. Cast Iron 4. Watery Hands 5. Song for Marion Brown 6. Sunshine State 7. I Guess I Remembered It Wrong 8. Nu Bruises 9. Marquee 10. Shallow End 11. Driveway to Driveway 12. Hyper Enough 13. Bye Bye Kitty Cat (Mice cover) 14. Precision Auto Preorders will ship to arrive on or around the release date of February 25.