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  1. I have an original 1966 UK mono pressing of the Artwoods Art Gallery on Decca in Near Mint shape that I wish to trade. There is no visible ringwear on front cover, and very minor ringwear on the back cover. There is little to no wear on the seams and spine. There is some minor bending on top and bottom right corners. Very minor scuffing on the back cover and opening seam. Otherwise, the cover is close to being NM. includes original inner sleeve. Vinyl sounds great, and is a visual NM (little dusty in picture, but I've cleaned it). This is an overall great copy for its era, considering how much the 60s UK laminated sleeves peeled over the years. I am primarily looking for 70s and early 80s punk rock (77 punk, KBD era stuff)/post punk/new wave albums and singles, 60s garage rock records (albums preferred, but interested in singles as well), 70s prog, New Zealand indie records from 1979-1993 (Flying Nun, Propeller, Ripper), Nick Drake originals, and late 80s indie records (Sarah/Creation/4AD/etc.). If there was any single record I'd go for, it would be an original 1971 UK copy of Nick Drake's Bryter Layter. Here is my Discogs wantlist to give you an idea of the items that I'm looking for. There may be some items missing from the list that I may not recall, so try and message me pictures of other records of note from your collection to see if they might interest me. https://www.discogs.com/wantlist?user=ryuundo Here is a short audio sample from the record to give you an idea of its sound quality with some pictures of the record included. https://youtu.be/L5ijjDDOkD4 I'd put it at the $900-1100 range in terms of price, so we can work out an equivalency for the record.
  2. HEY VC I decided to paint my LP120 this week. While letting the black paint cure on the plinth, I decided to go ahead and cut off the built in preamp. I have to come to a problem though. I need to wire a ground from the inside out to my external preamp so bad things don't happen, BUT, here is the problem. DOES IT MATTER WHAT KIND OF GROUND WIRE I BUY??? I saw on amazon a ground wire "specifically" for a technics turntable, so does it really make a difference?? Thanks Drew
  3. Hi, I'm not sure if people here have any interest in 70s reissues, but here's one. This the debut EP by Sweden's The Moderns. This is an obscenely rare 7" from 1979 that was originally self released by the band. Original copies sell for upwards of $500 these days, if you can find one for sale. Available here: www.hoseheadrecords.bigcartel.com Listen here: www.hoseheadrecords.bandcamp.com Fully authorized reissue with full colour artwork and labels, nearly the exact same as the original. This is mod-revival for the ages. Fans of The Jam, The Chords, Pointed Sticks, The Nerves, etc take note. This 7" is most well known for the power pop staple Got To Have Pop:
  4. I've finally got around to watching the documentary "The Super Noble Brothers"( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P8AolEn8qMo ) about Tom and Andy Noble, crate diggers extraordinaire. There was a small part in the movie about Tom Noble's band called The Legendary Thousandaires(28:06 in the doc), and I can't find any information on the band whatsoever. Does anyone here happen to have any information on this band, or any idea where I could find any recordings by this group? They licensed a song to Sex in The City called "Air India", so I'm assuming that there are some recordings floating around somewhere. As a side note, for any midwest ska fans, there's a small clip from Judge Joe Brown(or one of those TV Judge shows) Where The Pacers went to court over royalties, as well as a small live clip from the band. Decent documentary for anyone interested in crate digging for soul/funk records. Thanks for the help!

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