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2 hours ago, Derek™ said:

Is the ETR record a picture disc of just Ron Jeremy’s face?  Because they’re both horrible, but it’s apples and oranges.  Plus ETR is 100% hot garbage, so that RSD sounds about par for the course.

 

And I have not seen this ICP thread you speak of, myself.

Anything is possible with ETR.  Even he must be at least slightly embarrassed because there has been no mention on ETR’s Instagram yet.

 

The ICP love was scattered all throughout the earlier pages in this thread.

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8 minutes ago, ejc625 said:

Blue sky noise is now showing as a 4/21 release date on bull moose. 

 

http://www.bullmoose.com/p/26904619/circa-survive-blue-sky-noise

I hate when a good splatter release is on black vinyl as the base color. it never comes out looking that great... hopefully I’m wrong.

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On 3/8/2018 at 9:44 AM, linksisfromcanada said:

The only thing I really want is the Casket Lottery box set, but with that limited of a run I doubt the record store I go to in Louisville will even get one. 

If it’s Guestroom, they get everything every year. Get there early tho. 

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2 hours ago, tug said:

Is it too early to let y’all know that the used will be releasing “artwork” on rsd of next year 2019 for its 10th anniversary.  

Never too early, but also irrelevant – everyone knows that RSD contains a good chunk of hot garbage that no one wants.  Looking forward to seeing no one buy that one next year.

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On 3/8/2018 at 2:05 PM, daegor said:

ICP are bad, Disturbed are bad and you should feel bad for liking them.

 

That's the difference :P

 

 

Faces as picture discs.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I'd buy that porno album if it was a picture disc of Ron Jeremy's dick.

I'd buy it if it wasn't a pic disc and wasn't put out by ETR. I actually dig 70s porn music.

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Press release on one of those jazz titles:

 

Soul Diesell II
 
Soul Diesel Vol. 2
On April 21st, Jazz Dispensary will release Soul Diesel Vol. 2 exclusively for Record Store Day’s main event on April 21st, 2018.

Soul Diesel Vol. 2 is the second installment from the Soul Diesel strain; a distinctly potent brand of smoldering soul-jazz made popular by 2016’s Record Store Day box set offering, Jazz Dispensary: Cosmic Stash.

The latest offering in the ongoing series boasts searing grooves and expansive audio remastered from the original analog tapes, pressed on smoking hot 180-gram opaque orange swirl vinyl. This limited edition RSD-exclusive release features original, psychedelic paint-marbling artwork by fine artist Danielle Garza aka Ellierex and packs a sonic punch with huge drum breaks, breakneck grooves, and rare and long-out-of-print tracks from the Prestige and Galaxy Records vaults making their return to vinyl.

Featured performers include heavy-hitters of soul-jazz: Billy Butler, Melvin Sparks, Gene Ammons, Grover Washington Jr., Merl Saunders, Bernard Purdie, Rusty Bryant, Cal Tjader, Idris Muhammad, and beyond.

Head to the official Record Store Day site to locate the nearest participating retailer.Click below to view the full tracklisting for Soul Diesel Vol. 2.
TRACKLISTING

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8 hours ago, Derek™ said:

Never too early, but also irrelevant – everyone knows that RSD contains a good chunk of hot garbage that no one wants.  Looking forward to seeing no one buy that one next year.

i didn't know that you are releasing a spoken word vinyl record of your own on RSD.

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