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  1. So I mentioned this in another thread that this was being worked on back in January. https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=470279596364044&set=a.104826489576025.2965.103911536334187&type=1&theater Since Clumsy and You Are Freaking Me Out are seeing reissues and Samiam mentioned this again.... https://www.facebook.com/samiamband/posts/600839036593705 ....I figured its time to pump up this as well. I never gave this album a good chance because the production is too harsh and raw. I hope this is Banner Pilot's Resignation Day because I didn't really realize how amazing it was until they tweaked the recordings. Update 10/3/13! PO is up! Clouds in the Sky or Multi-colored splatter! http://store.noidearecords.com/collections/new-on-no-idea/products/samiam-whatever-s-got-you-down
  2. Hi all, I've been meaning to complete my Joni Mitchell collection for some time now and I was wondering, for older records, which sounded better: the original pressing or a 180g remastered reissue? I've read around that original UK pressings sound great which from my experience really depends on the condition. I've got OG presses that sound stellar when they're NM but my OG's that are scratched, naturally, sound crappier. Plus being UK-based, it's pretty easy to get my hands on an OG UK pressing. Would the remastered 180g sound better? Perhaps if it was mastered from the original analogue tapes? I know the weight has little to do with it - only adding to the durability. Just wanted to round up some VC opinions on this. Cheers!
  3. Did not see a thread for this so: Lick My Decals Off, Baby, The Spotlight Kid, Clear Spot, plus outtakes "Sun Zoom Spark 1970 to 1972, a new four-vinyl Captain Beefheart box set will be released next month. The collection brings together Lick My Decals Off, Baby from 1970 and The Spotlight Kid and Clear Spot from 1972. Everything has been newly remastered for the first time. What is perhaps of most interest is a fourth bonus disc that features plenty of outtakes; early mixes, alternates, instrumental versions – all previously unreleased. Even better, there is a choice of CD box or vinyl set." Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Sun-Zoom-Spark-Limited-Edition/dp/B00N4FAVCA
  4. I'm hoping this isn't another $50+ package, but I'll buy it either way with their track record of instantly selling out and the price tripling used. https://www.facebook...59654256&type=1
  5. http://slintbox.touchandgorecords.com/ Hand numbered limited edition of 3,138 copies. Spiderland, remastered from the original analog master tapes by Bob Weston and pressed on 180 gram vinyl Fourteen previously unreleased outtakes & demos personally selected by Slint, mastered by Bob Weston, and pressed on two 180 gram vinyl albums 104 page book with over 100 never-before-seen photos documenting Slint's entire history, as well as lyrics to the songs on Spiderland, and a forward by Will Oldham Remastered Spiderland on one CD, and the 14 bonus songs on a second CD Breadcrumb Trail, a brand new, never-before-seen, 90 minute DVD documentary about Slint and the making of Spiderland; directed by Lance Bangs Packaging concept and design by Louisville native Jeremy deVine (of Temporary Residence fame) Pre-order the Spiderland Box Set before March 8, 2014 and receive a free T-Shirt created from the recently discovered silk screen Slint used to hand print their one & only 1989 tour T-shirt. These shirts will only be available with box set pre-orders on this site. They will not be sold separately or in stores. There is a limited quantity of box sets signed by all four Slint members. These signed box sets are only available from this Touch and Go Records pre-order web page All packaging printed in the USA at Stoughton, including heavyweight, "tip-on" gatefold LP jackets All three albums pressed at RTI in the USA on 180 gram vinyl Looks like 150 bucks per box to start.
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