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Title: New Vinyl Day (NVD)
Post by: flanagan0718 on July 27, 2016, 11:00:15 PM
Got some AWESOME Vinyl today!

Cave In - Creative Eclipses (the orange one)
This Will Destroy You - Young Mountain (the one with the bear)
Deftones - White Pony
Caspian -Dust and Disquiet

These should provide many hours of listening!!! Thought you guys might like this!

(https://4.bp.blogspot.com/-wLu2lo8lmaw/V5mQEsnRj4I/AAAAAAAACFU/Tlock0nx3k4TfMqPNXVnG9G_C6WFuvs7QCLcB/s1600/Photo%2BJul%2B27%252C%2B6%2B18%2B14%2BPM.jpg)

-Mike-
Title: Re: New Vinyl Day (NVD)
Post by: alanp on July 27, 2016, 11:03:27 PM
Groovy :)

I picked up a copy of Bowie's _Black Star_ a few months back, and Kraftwerk's _Radioactive_. They're starting to re-release classic albums on HQ vinyl, now.
Title: Re: New Vinyl Day (NVD)
Post by: selfdestroyer on July 28, 2016, 12:42:06 AM
GREAT selection of albums Mike.

Cody
Title: Re: New Vinyl Day (NVD)
Post by: m-Kresol on July 28, 2016, 02:02:13 AM
Dust and disquiet is an amazing album. you might have to listen to it a few times before getting all the small nouances of the tracks, but it's amazing. I love 'arcs of command'

of course "young mountain" is a classic and has a few tracks that are really nice to play along to.

my newest investments were "the earth is not a cold dead place" by explosions in the sky (they are coming to Vienna in october, totally awesome!!) and the premier album by "overhead, The Albatross". check them out if you like postrock.
Title: Re: New Vinyl Day (NVD)
Post by: Muadzin on July 28, 2016, 05:16:59 AM
Here's a question for you vinyl heads. When you get a new album do you then re-record it digitally so it will always sound crisp and new the first time you play it, or do you keep on playing them, even when the records inevitably suffer the usual cracks and pops that vinyl records always end up with? And if the latter, why wouldn't you want to re-record it digitally? Wouldn't it still sound like an analog record being played on a turntable?

These are things that I wonder about. Or am I talking digital heresy here?
Title: Re: New Vinyl Day (NVD)
Post by: m-Kresol on July 28, 2016, 05:26:52 AM
I don't know, I just like vinyls better than CDs and I hardly ever buy digital-only music. I digitalized my CDs and then basically never touched them again (my stereo doesn't have a CD player, it's at least 30 years old). The vinyls, I play regularly. I don't own a USB vinyl player, so I don't digitalize them and most often you've got a download code for the album with it.
I know, it's kind of a hipster thing atm and is not really up to date, but I still like it. Has a certain old-school vibe to it. And it gives me an excuse to build a tube HiFi amp for the vinyl player  ::)
Title: Re: New Vinyl Day (NVD)
Post by: Matmosphere on July 28, 2016, 06:45:37 AM
Perhaps a vinyl thread (favorite, worst, whatever)is in order.
Title: Re: New Vinyl Day (NVD)
Post by: flanagan0718 on July 28, 2016, 08:56:36 AM
Perhaps a vinyl thread (favorite, worst, whatever)is in order.

+1

Most new records do come with digital down load codes. So you can get a "free" copy. Maintaining records isn't as hard as it seems. With a decent brush and some distilled water your records will sound like new. There are cleaning machines but some of the better ones are over $100. Some people use the wood glue method. I want to try it on a crappy record a couple times before i try it on one of my good ones.
Personally i didn't care about vinyl until my wife got me a record player. Now I'm obsessed with it. Here is the list of records i bought in the last 6 months.

Nine Inch Nails - Pretty Hate Machine
Deftones - Gore (180 gram White)
Deftones - Koi No Yokan
Tool - Opiate
Poison the Well - III/III (limited 7")
Sound City Soundtrack
Senses Fail - Pull the Thorns From Your Heart (Limited Pink edition)
Funeral For A Friend - Chapter And Verse (limited Purple)

Plus some others that I can't think of... ;D
Title: Re: New Vinyl Day (NVD)
Post by: zombie_rock123 on July 28, 2016, 09:12:57 AM
Vinyl related thread seconded. This Will Destroy you are awesome live but Im yet to pick up a record. Last I got was Thrice's latest offering and cant wait to give it a listen as last I heard was Beggars
Title: Re: New Vinyl Day (NVD)
Post by: flanagan0718 on July 28, 2016, 09:16:33 AM
Vinyl related thread seconded. This Will Destroy you are awesome live but Im yet to pick up a record. Last I got was Thrice's latest offering and cant wait to give it a listen as last I heard was Beggars

Nice, I haven't been a huge fan of Thrice since Vheissu. But, talent wise, those guys are really good. Maybe I'll check out their new stuff. I still need to get a vinyl copy of Artist in the Ambulance! Such a great album.
Title: Re: New Vinyl Day (NVD)
Post by: m-Kresol on July 28, 2016, 09:22:44 AM
don't know if you heard, but Alex (drums) and Donovan (bass) actually left This will destroy you maybe two month ago. Shame, the new record was killer. The rest of the band, however, is continuing.
Title: Re: New Vinyl Day (NVD)
Post by: flanagan0718 on July 28, 2016, 09:29:37 AM
don't know if you heard, but Alex (drums) and Donovan (bass) actually left This will destroy you maybe two month ago. Shame, the new record was killer. The rest of the band, however, is continuing.

That news did destroy me!  :'( ;) That sucks. I wonder if they (the drummer and bassist) have anything else lined up? I've always wanted to be in a band like that. Hence the obsession with pedals ;D
Title: Re: New Vinyl Day (NVD)
Post by: beneharris on July 28, 2016, 09:35:31 AM
Vinyls are awesome. I just preordered Heart of Akamon by Nechochwen the other day. I'm stoked for that one to get in. The last one before that was Opeth's Deliverance and Damnation. That is a heck of an album.
Title: Re: New Vinyl Day (NVD)
Post by: flanagan0718 on July 28, 2016, 09:57:01 AM
Vinyls are awesome. I just preordered Heart of Akamon by Nechochwen the other day. I'm stoked for that one to get in. The last one before that was Opeth's Deliverance and Damnation. That is a heck of an album.

Orchid was one of my favorites for a while Opeth has some great stuff!
Title: Re: New Vinyl Day (NVD)
Post by: dan.schumaker on July 28, 2016, 10:03:46 AM
Glad to see a vinyl thread going :)  I've been into it for about 10 years now (I like to think I got into it before it got popular again  ;) )
Title: Re: New Vinyl Day (NVD)
Post by: davent on July 28, 2016, 10:47:26 AM
Second largest pressing plant in North America is opening ~20 minutes from here next month. All new equipment made in Europe.

http://exclaim.ca/music/article/vinyl_pressing_plant_set_to_open_in_burlington_ontario

dave

Title: Re: New Vinyl Day (NVD)
Post by: flanagan0718 on July 28, 2016, 11:23:03 AM
Glad to see a vinyl thread going :)  I've been into it for about 10 years now (I like to think I got into it before it got popular again  ;) )

Honestly I am such an old kermudgen at heart i had no idea it was popular. Hipsters and social media are not my forte, and i tend to stay away from them both.  ;)
Title: Re: New Vinyl Day (NVD)
Post by: alanp on July 28, 2016, 11:46:33 AM
Records are also good for old recordings as well -- I've got Handel's _Feuerwerksmusic_ (sp?) and Sibelius' _Finlandia_ on LP, as well as a few others like _Swinging Safari_.
Title: Re: New Vinyl Day (NVD)
Post by: Matmosphere on July 28, 2016, 12:12:48 PM
An old friend from high school has been doing this website with his wife for years now. I really like the concept, but since I have very little time to follow current music I don't read it often these days.

http://www.turntablekitchen.com

I remember I started buying vinyl because of how cheap it got in the late nineties. I found a copy of a Jon Spencer album I had been trying to find for $4. A few weeks later I picked up nice copies of all the Zep albums and a few Beatles ones for a couple bucks each and kept going from there. I can't imagine not having some of the T-Rex, Thin Lizzy, Devo, Chuck Berry and coutless others that I picked up because they were just a dollar or two in some dusty used bin in the back of some record store or thrift shop.  Then I realized that new albums I wanted were $13 on cd an $10 on vinyl, miss those days. No everything is ultra deluxe and expensive, which is nice in a way, but not as much fun.
Title: Re: New Vinyl Day (NVD)
Post by: flanagan0718 on July 28, 2016, 12:25:34 PM
My Grandparents recently moved and gave me 2 rubbermaid containers full of old LPs and 45s. everything from World War II stories, Arthur fiedler records, to the star wars sound track. lots of jems!

No everything is ultra deluxe and expensive, which is nice in a way, but not as much fun.

I don't know, this is pretty fun...
(http://67.media.tumblr.com/a8361ce31fb6617f18348c11f9be9835/tumblr_nv90xi6QBM1rgbom1o1_500.jpg)

and it was only $21
Title: Re: New Vinyl Day (NVD)
Post by: neandrewthal on July 28, 2016, 01:00:39 PM
I remember I started buying vinyl because of how cheap it got in the late nineties. I found a copy of a Jon Spencer album I had been trying to find for $4. A few weeks later I picked up nice copies of all the Zep albums and a few Beatles ones for a couple bucks each and kept going from there. I can't imagine not having some of the T-Rex, Thin Lizzy, Devo, Chuck Berry and coutless others that I picked up because they were just a dollar or two in some dusty used bin in the back of some record store or thrift shop.  Then I realized that new albums I wanted were $13 on cd an $10 on vinyl, miss those days. No everything is ultra deluxe and expensive, which is nice in a way, but not as much fun.

Same here except it was about 2000 and I was a 13 year old who got his money from a paper route. I would NOT start a record collection today. I'm lucky to have got the Beatles Zep and Pink Floyd classics for a buck or two a piece too. Can't beat The White Album on White Vinyl for $1. I got my best finds asking around at yard sales where the people didn't even think of putting their old vinyl out for sale.

That said I am always discover new (to me) old music that I wish I could have got while the pickings were good. Just a couple years ago I was collecting Eno and Bowie albums for $5-10 each but I am missing a few. Now they want $50 For Hunky Dory or Another Green World? Yikes. That's where new remasters come in but those are rising in price too. Those can be hit or miss, but when they hit (I upgraded my entire Depeche Mode and Smiths discographies even though I had the originals) they sound SO much better than the old cheap flimsy tinny sounding discs.

My tastes change too, which is another reason I'm not set ofr life with all my old records. I just got my first soul album the other day (I always hated soul for the longest time) and If I continue to go down that path I will regret that I didn't do it sooner. I am always meaning to get more into classical too. Maybe I should snatch up all those ones that are still in thrift stores before they are $100 each  :o
Title: Re: New Vinyl Day (NVD)
Post by: Matmosphere on July 28, 2016, 02:38:11 PM
I don't know, this is pretty fun...
(http://67.media.tumblr.com/a8361ce31fb6617f18348c11f9be9835/tumblr_nv90xi6QBM1rgbom1o1_500.jpg)

and it was only $21

Agreed, that is pretty fun! Don't get me wrong I'm happy that vinyl has made such a huge comeback, I just miss the days when I could find a copy of Revolver that cost $3 instead of $20. I will tell you one thing I'll never miss.. CD jewel cases.

This was a good way to spend five bucks. The kids love this one.

(http://i.imgur.com/TmBIYxj.jpg?1)

Same here except it was about 2000 and I was a 13 year old who got his money from a paper route. I would NOT start a record collection today. I'm lucky to have got the Beatles Zep and Pink Floyd classics for a buck or two a piece too. Can't beat The White Album on White Vinyl for $1. I got my best finds asking around at yard sales where the people didn't even think of putting their old vinyl out for sale.

That said I am always discover new (to me) old music that I wish I could have got while the pickings were good. Just a couple years ago I was collecting Eno and Bowie albums for $5-10 each but I am missing a few. Now they want $50 For Hunky Dory or Another Green World? Yikes. That's where new remasters come in but those are rising in price too. Those can be hit or miss, but when they hit (I upgraded my entire Depeche Mode and Smiths discographies even though I had the originals) they sound SO much better than the old cheap flimsy tinny sounding discs.

My tastes change too, which is another reason I'm not set ofr life with all my old records. I just got my first soul album the other day (I always hated soul for the longest time) and If I continue to go down that path I will regret that I didn't do it sooner. I am always meaning to get more into classical too. Maybe I should snatch up all those ones that are still in thrift stores before they are $100 each  :o

Yeah, the late 90s to early '00s were a great time to get into because everything was so cheap. If only I knew then what I know now, I wouldn't have had to spend all that money on Stooges and Tom Waits albums.
Title: Re: New Vinyl Day (NVD)
Post by: galaxiex on July 28, 2016, 06:27:26 PM
I never got rid of my vinyl.... Still have it all.... 300+ albums.  :)
Mostly classic rock 60's and 70's but I collected into the 80's as well.
Most of it is in good to pristine condition except the album sleeves are starting to show some wear.

I digitized some of it (obscure albums) that may never be re-released.
Used a R/Shack battery powered phono pre-amp direct to my sound card from my Technics SL-QD22 turntable w/ Shure RXT6 cartridge.
Not really high end gear, but "pretty good" low-mid range stuff.
Sounds ok as digital, but the actual vinyl still sounds better (subjective opinion).  ;)

Edit; The R/Shack pre-amp is surprisingly decent.
I picked up 2 of them back in the day when they put them on sale due to the CD boom.
Have never even un-boxed the second one.
Title: Re: New Vinyl Day (NVD)
Post by: alanp on July 28, 2016, 09:26:21 PM
Dad has a high quality Pioneer table from back in the day, and my brother loaned him some new needles. He compared my NEW records, and records from his stash (Dad keeps everything pristine as much as he can), and he reckons that the modern pressings sound better than the old ones.

("Well, yeah", I tell him, "back in the day they were only intended as mass media, these days the target audience tends to be audiophiles.")
Title: Re: New Vinyl Day (NVD)
Post by: pickdropper on July 28, 2016, 09:36:32 PM
Yeah, the 90's were a great time for vinyl collecting.  I bought entire collections from people.  I got some amazing records that way (and some truly awful records).  I really need to pare down the collection, though.  I still have somewhere between 1200-1500 records.

I don't queue them up as often as I used to, but I do still have a nice turntable.  This isn't mine, but I have the same one (except my tonearm is silver instead of gold, thankfully)

(http://www.theanalogdept.com/images/spp6_pics/JDweb/101_0184web.jpg)

As others have mentioned, cleaning is paramount with records.  A really good stylus can be very beneficial as well.  The cartridge I use has a line contact stylus, which is much narrower and finer so it hits lower in the groove wall than most other carts.  This can be especially helpful for used records as it often hits below the worn areas of the groove.
Title: Re: New Vinyl Day (NVD)
Post by: flanagan0718 on July 30, 2016, 06:10:13 PM
I currently have a USB turntable. It's pretty nice and certainly gets the job done. I can see myself growing out of it pretty quick tho.


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Title: Re: New Vinyl Day (NVD)
Post by: flanagan0718 on July 30, 2016, 06:10:45 PM
I currently have a USB turntable. It's pretty nice and certainly gets the job done. I can see myself growing out of it pretty quick tho.


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Title: Re: New Vinyl Day (NVD)
Post by: Matmosphere on July 30, 2016, 07:18:32 PM
Yeah, the 90's were a great time for vinyl collecting.  I bought entire collections from people.  I got some amazing records that way (and some truly awful records).  I really need to pare down the collection, though.  I still have somewhere between 1200-1500 records.

I don't queue them up as often as I used to, but I do still have a nice turntable.  This isn't mine, but I have the same one (except my tonearm is silver instead of gold, thankfully)

(http://www.theanalogdept.com/images/spp6_pics/JDweb/101_0184web.jpg)

As others have mentioned, cleaning is paramount with records.  A really good stylus can be very beneficial as well.  The cartridge I use has a line contact stylus, which is much narrower and finer so it hits lower in the groove wall than most other carts.  This can be especially helpful for used records as it often hits below the worn areas of the groove.

Wow, that's a nice machine!! How heavy is that weight, looks like a beast.
Title: Re: New Vinyl Day (NVD)
Post by: pickdropper on July 30, 2016, 10:05:49 PM

Wow, that's a nice machine!! How heavy is that weight, looks like a beast.

The platter is indeed really heavy (it's a mix of acrylic and lead).  The motor is completely detached from the plinth and is also quite heavy.

The real star of the show is the Graham tonearm.  I spend more than I should've many years ago, but I have no regrets.  You can adjust tracking force and VTA with micrometer adjustments, which is much easier and more precise.  VTA can be adjusted while playing music and then you can lock it down with a set screw when you are done.  It also has side weights for dialing in azimuth.  The adjustment isn't quite are precise, but it works.  But my absolute favorite feature is that the arm wand is connected to the base via a bendix connector.  This means the arm wand can be detached and the cartridge can be installed and aligned off of the table.  It comes with its own alignment jigs that can align to either Lofgren or Baerwald standards, so you don't need to resort to the standard alignment records or jigs.

(http://www.soundscapehifi.com/images/graham2.2-005-3_LRG.jpg)

Probably more info than anybody cared about, but setting up a turntable well really helps, no matter how much the table cost.
Title: Re: New Vinyl Day (NVD)
Post by: tone seeker on July 31, 2016, 06:30:21 PM
I have a bunch of Rush albums, I  started collecting in the 90'S. That and my uncle
Gave me his record collection 15 years ago, but never played them.

 I just purchased a signed Alan Parsons Project, remastered " Turn of a Friendly Card " album, at his concert, about a month ago. Most expensive album I've bought ($75), but I have no plans on playing it!

I'm curious who know's (let alone listens to!) Alan Parsons!
He played a awesome concert! Best sounding live show, I've ever heard!
Title: Re: New Vinyl Day (NVD)
Post by: galaxiex on July 31, 2016, 06:40:15 PM
I have a bunch of Rush albums, I  started collecting in the 90'S. That and my uncle
Gave me his record collection 15 years ago, but never played them.

 I just purchased a signed Alan Parsons Project, remastered " Turn of a Friendly Card " album, at his concert, about a month ago. Most expensive album I've bought ($75), but I have no plans on playing it!

I'm curious who know's (let alone listens to!) Alan Parsons!
He played a awesome concert! Best sounding live show, I've ever heard!

I have 3 Alan Parsons albums.

Eve
Eye in the Sky
Tales of Mystery and Imagination
Title: Re: New Vinyl Day (NVD)
Post by: davent on July 31, 2016, 07:09:54 PM
I have a bunch of Rush albums, I  started collecting in the 90'S. That and my uncle
Gave me his record collection 15 years ago, but never played them.

 I just purchased a signed Alan Parsons Project, remastered " Turn of a Friendly Card " album, at his concert, about a month ago. Most expensive album I've bought ($75), but I have no plans on playing it!

I'm curious who know's (let alone listens to!) Alan Parsons!
He played a awesome concert! Best sounding live show, I've ever heard!

I have Tales of Mystery and Imagination of his. The receipt is in the sleeve, August 6 1974, either $4.99 or $5.47, being a gatefold it was probably 5.47, no idea what the other album was. Been a number of decades since i last heard it.

dave
Title: Re: New Vinyl Day (NVD)
Post by: neandrewthal on July 31, 2016, 11:55:58 PM
I used to have I Robot, Pyramid, Eve, The Turn of a Friendly Card and Vulture Culture. I never really got on with them and I sold them for I think $1 each. Sure, they weren`t remastered, nor signed but wow, changing times.
Title: Re: New Vinyl Day (NVD)
Post by: tone seeker on August 02, 2016, 12:53:30 PM
 In the collection of the records that my uncle gave to me, was "Tales of Mystery and Imagination". The weird thing about the record,
 is that it is made of a clear, yellow vinyl. He was not sure why, cause he did not purchase it in a record store.

 It's funny I go to these "older band" type concerts, and there is no young people! I just went to see a Yes concert, no young people
anywhere! Than again I'm 39, so I guess I have to quit thinking I'm so young ;D

Which was a good concert, except they played "Drama" (awesome album!), the second set was "Tales of Topographic Oceans", which
I had never heard. It was so boring! The Die hard fans loved it, but not one of my favorites!
Title: Re: New Vinyl Day (NVD)
Post by: flanagan0718 on August 10, 2016, 10:15:23 AM
Scored this on eBay last week for $22! It's kind of hard to come by especially for $22.

(https://4.bp.blogspot.com/-6ps1YGmnJaU/V6tSnmvx2-I/AAAAAAAACGs/ompqFVT3I9cHHrgMuLpenp3DsUiuWMVwwCLcB/s1600/Photo%2BAug%2B09%252C%2B9%2B01%2B21%2BPM.jpg)

-Mike-
Title: Re: New Vinyl Day (NVD)
Post by: flanagan0718 on June 16, 2017, 06:49:03 PM
double post...Stupid Tapatalk app  >:(
Title: Re: New Vinyl Day (NVD)
Post by: flanagan0718 on June 16, 2017, 06:49:35 PM
NECRO-POST

Just got these in this week! I'm super stoked about all of them! I'm gonna continue to post nvd stuff here if that's cool. I figure it's kind of related.

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Title: Re: New Vinyl Day (NVD)
Post by: alanp on June 16, 2017, 07:47:32 PM
Go ahead and post them :) the artwork always looks better on LP!
Title: Re: New Vinyl Day (NVD)
Post by: flanagan0718 on June 19, 2017, 07:39:01 AM
Saw these guys with a friend a while ago. He is really into them (me, not so much) so I grabbed this for him the other day.

(https://4.bp.blogspot.com/-OZ5xvD4Y-Ok/WUfTew8RFZI/AAAAAAAACeI/b1KiWnjm2d0OFOV6x117juCRlhKGCemkwCLcBGAs/s1600/Photo%2BJun%2B17%252C%2B8%2B32%2B30%2BPM.jpg)
Title: Re: New Vinyl Day (NVD)
Post by: flanagan0718 on June 27, 2017, 09:00:55 AM
Got these a month or so ago.

Protest the Hero: Pacific Myth
Senses Fail: In Your Absence
Four Year Strong: Going Down In History
Four Year Strong: S/T


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Title: Re: New Vinyl Day (NVD)
Post by: m-Kresol on June 27, 2017, 09:28:41 AM
I just got "Absolution" by Muse and also the guitar song books for their album "Drones". Great stuff
Title: Re: New Vinyl Day (NVD)
Post by: dan.schumaker on June 30, 2017, 06:47:55 AM
Here is my new vinyl from the last few weeks
Elvis Costello & Burt Bacharach - Painted From Memory
Jeff Tweedy - Together at Last
Bruce Springsteen - Hammersmith Odeon London '75

(https://s6.postimg.org/lff1b0yrl/20170627_210247_zpsyy7ggnmv.jpg)
Title: Re: New Vinyl Day (NVD)
Post by: flanagan0718 on August 02, 2017, 05:19:16 PM
Just got these today

Autographed copy of "What it is to Burn (10 years)" by Finch

And Russian Circles "Upper Ninety" single

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Title: Re: New Vinyl Day (NVD)
Post by: flanagan0718 on August 09, 2017, 05:36:20 PM
I think I am addicted to buying vinyl and pedal parts! Haha! Got these in the mail today.

Speak the Truth Even If Your Voice Shakes - Crash My Car single

The Used - Imaginary Enemy

Between The Buried And Me - Parallax II

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Title: Re: New Vinyl Day (NVD)
Post by: Matmosphere on August 09, 2017, 07:32:10 PM
This thread makes me wanna go to the record store.
Title: Re: New Vinyl Day (NVD)
Post by: flanagan0718 on August 09, 2017, 07:52:00 PM
This thread makes me wanna go to the record store.

 ;D
Title: Re: New Vinyl Day (NVD)
Post by: flanagan0718 on September 08, 2017, 06:23:55 PM
Got another batch in

(https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20170909/5d56a2301067b92e938a283f5a361ebc.jpg)

Mogwai
Russian Circles
Funeral For A Friend
The Used


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Title: Re: New Vinyl Day (NVD)
Post by: flanagan0718 on September 17, 2017, 04:44:06 PM
Four more...
Foo Fighters - Concrete and Gold
Anatomy Of A Ghost - Evanesce
This Will Destroy You / Field Studies - Split EP
Pelican - The Fire In Our Throats Will Beacon The Thaw

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Title: Re: New Vinyl Day (NVD)
Post by: flanagan0718 on September 17, 2017, 04:44:33 PM
Four more...
Foo Fighters - Concrete and Gold
Anatomy Of A Ghost - Evanesce
This Will Destroy You / Field Studies - Split EP
Pelican - The Fire In Our Throats Will Beacon The Thaw

(https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20170917/03a46ea51a81e2e0c11a3c3e085fb681.jpg)


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Title: Re: New Vinyl Day (NVD)
Post by: zombie_rock123 on October 10, 2017, 09:19:35 AM
Nice haul! How does TWDY's later stuff sound? I've only heard the first two albums but loved them all the way through. Sorry if asking for potted reviews is a bit off topic for the thread.
Title: Re: New Vinyl Day (NVD)
Post by: flanagan0718 on October 10, 2017, 10:01:05 AM
Nice haul! How does TWDY's later stuff sound? I've only heard the first two albums but loved them all the way through. Sorry if asking for potted reviews is a bit off topic for the thread.

I think anything they put out is awesome. They always seem to have a different texture to their records.
Title: Re: New Vinyl Day (NVD)
Post by: Matmosphere on December 20, 2017, 07:54:18 PM
Havenít gotten the record in the mail yet but I finally got to buy an LP Iíve been scouring the internet and record stores for about the last 15 years!

Itís a reissue, not the original, but Iím cool with that. The last copy I saw sell went for several hundred bucks. So Iím just glad to have a chance to buy it.

 I think it might be remixed too.
Title: Re: New Vinyl Day (NVD)
Post by: flanagan0718 on December 20, 2017, 10:00:07 PM
Havenít gotten the record in the mail yet but I finally got to buy an LP Iíve been scouring the internet and record stores for about the last 15 years!

Itís a reissue, not the original, but Iím cool with that. The last copy I saw sell went for several hundred bucks. So Iím just glad to have a chance to buy it.

 I think it might be remixed too.

What album is it?


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Title: Re: New Vinyl Day (NVD)
Post by: Matmosphere on December 20, 2017, 10:43:43 PM
Hahaha, Iím dumb sometimes.

Itís Bonsia Superstar by Brainiac. Twenty years ago it definitely sounded ahead of its time. Still sorta feels that way a bit.