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1 hour ago, texan4life said:

Coheed, Danny Brown and Notorious B.I.G.-- unsure about any of them seeing that Coheed is being released outside of RSD, and B.I.G. is probably going to be $50

Bullmoose posted prices - looks like B.I.G. is around $31


http://www.bullmoose.com/c/13546/record-store-day-2017

 

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Actually found way more then I was expecting, I would love to get all these if the price is not insane. I would put the Biggie on my must get list but the way they absolutely butchered the Ready To Die release a few years ago makes me want to see other people gamble on it first.

 

Big L – Devil’s Son EP (From The Vaults) [12”] (150 Gram, limited to 3000, indie-retail exclusive)
Brother Ali – The Undisputed Truth (10 Year Anniversary Edition) [3LP] (Colored Vinyl, download, spot gloss finish, 12-page lyric & photo booklet, limited to 1500, indie-retail exclusive)
Czarface – First Weapon Drawn (A Narrated Adventure) [LP] (gatefold, 24-page comic book, limited to 2000, indie-retail exclusive)
Sublime – Badfish [12 ” EP] (first time on vinyl, 45RPM, expanded art, photos, insert, limited to 3000, indie advance exclusive)

 

 

Then a bunch of others I probably will not get unless I can find a deal on them or are surprisingly priced decent.

 

Slick Rick – The Great Adventures Of…Children’s Book [7”+CD+Book] (limited to 1400, indie-retail exclusive)
Peter Tosh – Legalize It [LP] (Pot Scented Red/Yellow/Green-Striped Colored Remastered Vinyl, limited/numbered to 2500, indie-exclusive)
Notorious BIG, The – Born Again [2LP] (Gold Colored Vinyl, limited to 5000, indie-retail exclusive)
Jason Isbell And The 400 Unit – Live From Welcome To 1979 [12”] (limited, indie-retail exclusive)
David Bowie – Cracked Actor: Live Los Angeles, ’74 [3LP] (limited to 5000, etched side, indie-retail exclusive)
Curtis Knight feat. Jimi Hendrix (some sites have this listed under Hendrix  instead of Knight) – Live At George’s Club 20 [2LP] (150 Gram, gatefold, limited to 3000, indie-retail exclusive)
Various Artists – Pineapple Express (Soundtrack) [2LP] (first time on vinyl, limited to 1000, indie-retail exclusive)
Wolfman Jack & The Wolfpack – Boogie With The Wolfman [LP] (Picture Disc, limited to 1000, indie-retail exclusive)

Actually found way more then I was expecting, I would love to get all these if the price is not insane. I would put the Biggie on my must get list but the way they absolutely butchered the Ready To Die release a few years ago makes me want to see other people gamble on it first.

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1 hour ago, Boourns said:

Once again, the UK list kills ours. Need Asobi Seksu, Elastica, Cocteau Twins, Jarvis Cocker

I agree that the UK list is generally better but if the items you're excited about are shoegaze/britpop wouldn't it make sense the UK list would be more to your liking?

 

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Zero interest in the pineapple express soundtrack and Peter Tosh at 30+ haha.. At least the Big L and Sublime is decently priced and looks like the Brother Ali is 3k instead of 1.5 so I will just wait on that as well. The good news is I probably will not be spending too much at least after seeing most of the prices now.

 

I hope anyone that buys that RTJ tote bag for 23 fucking dollars has it rip on them causing substantial flipping injuries to all the records inside.

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I really only want The Sundays, so I hope I get that one... nostalgic connection to it.

I might impulsively get some of the jazz releases like the Bill Evans or Dexter Gordon... not sure yet. 

I did want there to be less tempting options this year, so am happy about that :)

 

OTOH, yeah the Cocteau Twins releases would've been nice, but I try not to deal with the UK and shipping anymore... we'll see once the online sales show up on if it's still available/reasonable, hahah.

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My US list is a "Top Five":

Sunny Day Real Estate -- The Rising Tide Concord Bicycle 2 x LP 2500
David Bowie -- Cracked Actor (Live Los Angeles '74) Parlophone/Rhino 3 x LP 5000
The Sundays Blind -- 25th Anniversary Edition FUGITIVE LP 1500
Field Music -- Tones of Town Memphis Industries LP 650
Air -- Le Soleil Est Pres de Moi Parlophone/Rhino 12" 2000

UK list stuff that I will likely never get a hands on (I'd *kill* for that Elastica reissue):

ELASTICA : ELASTICA – LP + Flexi Disc + Fanzine

Colleen : Colleen Et Les Boîtes À Musique – LP ; Colleen : Les Ondes Silencieuses – LP ; Colleen : The Golden Morning Breaks – LP

Cocteau Twins : Four Calender Café – 2LP ; Cocteau Twins : Milk & Kisses – 2LP

Television Personalities : And Don’t The Kids Just Love It – LP ; Television Personalities : Mummy You’re Not Watching Me – LP ; Television Personalities : The Painted Word – LP ; Television Personalities : They Could Have Been Bigger Than The Beatles – LP

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1 hour ago, armadillo01 said:

Colleen : Colleen Et Les Boîtes À Musique – LP ; Colleen : Les Ondes Silencieuses – LP ; Colleen : The Golden Morning Breaks – LP

Television Personalities : They Could Have Been Bigger Than The Beatles – LP

 

I messed up this edit.... can't type outside the quote now.  I used to have Colleen on my old laptop, might need to stream and see if it's worthy to consider :) 

I saw Television Personalities listed at Bullmoose so it's hopeful that at least that one'll be around in stores for you to get, g'luck! :) 

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SDRE - Rising Tide & Space Jam will be the must haves.

 

A few titles will likely linger at the record store and will browse the rest once I'm satisfied with my priority purchases. I'll also be really bummed if I can't score SDRE. Space Jam soundtrack had some really classic tracks from back when. Super shitty that people on discogs had them going for an arm and a leg when I hear stories of dudes finding that shit in a dollar bin.

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Hopefully the complete lack of interest here in the Dark Crystal OST matches with real-world demand. With The Labyrinth getting a wide release later this year, this would make a great companion piece.

 

then again, I'm kind of a sucker for Trevor Jones soundtracks.

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