Someone has a copy of what I'm assuming is a first pressing for $10,000 USD on Discogs
I'm not sure what the highest price paid for this album is, but I hope it's not $10k...
There are more affordable represses if anyone feels the need to buy themselves a copy
Horse And Goat is pretty tame by Trevor Brown's standards, too.
I have a copy of "Jesus Christ" by Smell & Quim. In any other context the cover would be flatly illegal in nearly every country, but because it appears to be medical in nature it somehow must squeak by censors. Keep that in mind before you decide to click that discogs link.
There is no way to kill a joke like explaining it to death, which is easily accomplished in 300 characters.
This delusional seller is asking $200 for a "rare and valuable" "BEATLES RECORD", which is obviously worth quite a bit of coin in his/her mind. The seller is not even open to negotiations. Unfortunately for his/her grandiose plans, the record being sold is just one of unaccountably many Beatles orchestral covers. BEATLES RECORD? I don't think so.
This one happens to have a median price of $2.00, so the seller is only off by a factor of 100.
I got a good laugh out of this. Good luck with the sale, sir or madam.
I played it and used Soundhound to try and identify the artist and it turns out it's by a Canadian Shoegaze band called "No Joy". It said the song was called "He Cried" so I guess it must be a test pressing of this 7" single: https://www.discogs.com/Marnie-Stern-and-No-Joy-Your-Kids-Are-Going-To-Love-This-He-Cried/release/3454522
God knows how this record by a canadian band that was pressed in Nashville, TN ended up in a London record bin but there you go. I love it when this sorta weird stuff happens, one of the best parts of vinyl.
If you get your hands on the European cassette version of Dead Kennedys' In God We Trust Inc., it has a message that states, "To the buyer: Side 2 of this cassette is completely blank for your own use."
So I went with my wife to feed her 90 year old grandmothers bird. I knew she had some vinyls laying around and today I found them. This was in there in pretty good condition. I gave it a listen. It's a 45 so its quick. Had some of JFK's speech in it and some of the flight control audio. As you can tell form the picture it is Narrated by Hugh Downs. Here is a link to the audio. And here is a link to the Discog page
This might be my favorite find yet.
To the person who instantly downvoted this after posting and before I could comment, fuck you.
Ill take a stab in point format.
Prince was a force of creativity, he was impossible to define easily because he did the unexpected.
On a personal note I am a music fan and was in the music business for many years as a buyer. I listened to and bought thousands of songs per month for many years, Prince was special, a genuine musical genius and funky as fuck, he is the tops for me.
Just go listen to some of his songs, and if you have a hard time getting into it, invite some women over, they won't.
I'm not Slug, just a huge fan.
It's on the Overcast! EP, found here. Vinyl and cassette only. Instrumental can be found on The Lucy EPs.
It's discontinued, so you'd technically wouldn't be compensating him, but it's the closest you'll get, I'm pretty sure. I'll check my collection to make sure they didn't release it on anything else.
I always thought Red Hot Chili Peppers originated this. https://www.discogs.com/Red-Hot-Chili-Peppers-Rock-Out-With-Your-Cock-Out/master/584771 (1992)
In case you weren't aware of this. The Hood Internet mashed up a few more Tobacco tracks with Aesop
Almost, but not quite: https://www.discogs.com/Grimes-Art-Angels/release/7997446 (mix & mastering by men- Tom Coyne is a heavy hitter for #1 albums). Grimes is a big exception here, she's like the Trent Reznor of 2010's art pop. She's done several interviews where she talks about how uninviting the studio environment is for women who want to exert more control over their engineering.
This is absolutely stellar, really good job! Everything that i haven't heard i want to check out, and MAN that chart is extremely aesthetically pleasing dude. wow. Great write up too. One of the best posts this sub has seen for sure! If there's one album i'd add to this chart it would be Aztec Camera's High Land High Rain under the Jangle Pop section, can't miss that one either! Also i'd note that, to me at least, i feel that 60s girl group songs had influence for indie pop melodies and twee pop especially. Though that's a bit of a stretch.
There also exists an absolutely stellar compilation by rough trade called Rough Trade Shops - Indiepop 1 that i recommend everybody check out! There's lots of "one-song wonders" on here that you can't squeeze in on an album chart like this, example: Carol Mountain by Modesty Blaise (which i'll note is maybe my favorite twee pop song of all time)
Also i'll second that this should legitimetly be side-barred. Why shouldn't posts like this be side-barred? We already get lots of questions about "where to start with indie x", and there should be more than just our sub essentials. Guides like this are much more informative and quality than simply a chart of albums. Add the shoegaze one too in the process
For my last stupid edit, Eureka is, like, the greatest album of all time. so check that out.
Look at this fucking tracklist
The last song is a great one, and the whole CD is awesome as well, but goddamnit, what a waste of effort. I have deleted all those empty tracks from my copy. Oh, and that last song? There is only about 2 minutes of song there. the other 9 minutes are EVEN MORE SILENCE.
The album is not rare, it was a huge seller. The problem is most used copies I've seen in the wild are trashed. I've never seen one in good enough condition to where I would actually buy it. Most new copies I've seen have been Euro public domain trash.
I'd like to find a clean old pressing or get the AP 45 if it was still available at "normal prices".
This version appears to still be in print:
Can't comment on the quality as I've not heard it.
Btw, if you like that album, look for "Getz Au Go Go".
Chances are the genre of the CD is g-funk. I'm a veteran vinyl/music reseller and west coast g-funk has been huge in Japan right now. They are on the hunt for all the independent/underground releases right now whether it be on cassette, CD or vinyl. In general they love black music whether it be soul/rap/hip hop. Here's an example of a japanese CD shop that specalizes in G-funk/west coast rap only. These guys will pay top dollar for CDs like that, source them, buy all the deadstock from the producer/rapper/whoever they can find connected to the project and then resell them all. I myself have sold G-funk records that no one in the states would ever buy.
Here's an example of a g-funk group that is very sought after amongst the japanese. I've sold the 12 inch single that featured a few songs off that album for $150 sealed. I still have 6 more copies. I like g-funk and it's pretty meh compared to other artists I've heard. That group in particular is pretty funny because they are kids rapping over g-funk beats, one is 13 and the other is 14 if I recall.
I myself could not find any info on the CD you listed. If you have any questions, feel free to message me. I have buyers lined up and may be able to help you sell it. (And no, I don't mean selling it for you/trying to make money from you. I'll just hook you up with a potential buyer.)
They where included as an insert in the Three Dog Night album "Seven Separate Fools".
edit: discogs page with photos of the cards
Here you go - cut me in on the prize!
EDIT: And here is the actual picture disc.
The cover art of Disco General is using this photo.
I don't know if this is what you're looking for. If that's the case, don't gold please, i don't use reddit that much.
Wow you appear to be right. I just googled the lyrics and assumed the video with 5.5 million views would be accurate. I just spent the last 10 minutes trying to figure out why this video is mistitled. INOJ does not even perform on My Boo (the female vocalist is Virgo). The closest thing to an explanation I could find is that there was a Ghost Town DJ's and INOJ split that had My Boo and then an INOJ track. I guess the youtube poster was confused as to which song was by which artist.
And then I was confused by their title "INOJ - I Want To Be Your Lady Baby". I assumed that they would title it "Artist - Song" but they did "Artist - Hook Lyric". I see now in the video description they say the song is "INOJ (My Boo)". Which is still wrong, as you point out, but is closer to correct.
Anyway, I've edited my comment. Thanks!
For those who don't get the reference.
Also for those who don't get the reference:
BRUSH UP ON YOUR 1920s NOVELTY SONGS, FOOLS! THEY'RE EXCELLENT!
I recommend Songs the Bonzos Taught Us.
iam8bit's picture discs are pretty, too bad they're picture discs.
I don't have many albums in my collection that truly stand out, but some I find great-looking are Boards of Canada's Geogaddi triple LP (the triple gatefold and printed inner sleeves with all these Kodac film photos and kaleidoscopic pictures, and the etched illustration at side F), and Ulver's first three albums reissues from Century Media, very high quality heavy gatefold jackets with printed lyrics and liner notes in old Danish (translated in English on insert)... I even made a thread about one of them showcasing the packaging a few months ago.
Weird to call it "new" - it was available for free download back in 2011. But I agree top notch and more ambient than the direction he ended up taking the last few years.
Nope, it's https://www.discogs.com/DJ-Metatron-2-The-Sky-/release/8470077
Pretty pricey, but I suppose as far as "rare and expensive records" go it's not up there. I'd definitely still be pissed though.
The image is the cover of an early single, Matilda/Fitzpleasure. It's a triangle-shaped 10" vinyl record, and it came out a couple of months before An Awesome Wave.
I typically collect 78s which feature music used in Fallout, Bioshock, Mafia, LA Noire and other video games with a period setting. It helps bring the games to life.
I especially like it when video games take the time to make an in-universe record label. Bioshock 2 had promo 45s from Rapture Records with "Rise Rapture Rise" as part of the There's Something in the Sea ARG. The special editon also had an LP from Rapture Records with the score.
Wolfenstein The New Order had Neumond Recordings. In-universe, rock and roll was stamped out because of black influence so artists like The Beatles and The Beach Boys proliferated under the Nazis. The LP contains German versions of what would have been hits in English.
Starcraft II did do a picture disc for the jukebox from Joeyray's Bar.
It even came with a $20 iTunes gift card to purchase the "iTunes LP". If you don't remember that, it was supposed to be something extra that came with music downloads. This one gave a music player theme and cocktail recipes.
I did this post a while back while making the actual record bin seen in Bioshock.
Unfortunately, no. The only way I would play it is with laser turntable, but I don't own one and don't have it in close vicinity. If you want to listen to the show, it is available on 2CD released in Japan, which you can get on Discogs. This is a sample from that show.
As a person from Illinois that isn't from Chicago, their Blue Jean Committee finale had me in stitches. They even made a real Catalina Breeze vinyl record.
Sausage School, Chicago Beef, Fred's character's wholesomeness.
Yes, of course. I recommend you buy everything by these artists you can find:
Those should be plentiful and cheap everywhere in the U.S., are real "must owns" and are sure to be a big hit with your friends back home.
This is the 2014 RSD exclusive untitled pressing of Thievery Corporation's singles "Le Destin" and "Never Is The Best Day".
"Le Destin" on Youtube
"Never Is The Best Day" on Youtube
I discovered Thievery Corporation around March of this year through their seventh studio album, "Saudade". I immediately fell in love with their sound. The guest vocals from Lou Lou Ghelichkhani which are featured on several tracks on the album are absolutely gorgeous. My favorites are "Décollage", "No More Disguise", and "Firelight".
I spotted this 45 in the discount bin at my local Movie Trading Co for only a couple bucks. The cover doesn't feature a title but the album art is instantly recognizable. It is the same art found on the cover of Saudade. I couldn't believe my eyes. Saudade for 2 dollars? It was still in the plastic wrap and everything, brand new. I found it strange that there was no title until I flipped it over and realized that it wasn't Saudade, it was a record store day exclusive from 2014 and it featured two tracks that aren't found on the full length LP. I hadn't heard either of them. I was so excited.
I brought it home and listened immediately and I couldn't be happier. Both songs are wonderful, but Le Destin is quite possibly my new favorite TC song.
Here's the audio of the 'Monsters Go Disco' one that's on that list. The other two 'Monsters' records on that list are on youtube as well. Pretty funny stuff.
EDIT: the discogs listing
The famous mime and actor Marcel Marceau released an LP called The Best Of Marcel Marceau. It's 40 minutes of silence followed by applause.
I wore my first copy out and had to get a second...lol. A good dozen songs go right along with this one, plus some more traditional ones. The true legacy of Elvis for me is his gospel, it's what he poured his heart and soul into.
It's a neat bootleg I found called Lifting From the Material World. It's a double album with unreleased stuff from each of their solo careers.
It already is, a split between The Hi-Fives and The Smugglers from 1996.
One of the great grails of collectors of Thai rock. Sroeng Santi, Nam Mun Pang:
Found it in a little pile of $2 45s in Bangkok, mint condition. Had a feeling about it but couldn't confirm until I got it home to play.
Found on this compilation:
Don't see the original 45 on discogs...
I've seen his tracks on a few recent compilations, but never in the wild but for once when a Thai collector showed me his personal collection.
You'll recognize the riff from Santana, Jin-Go-Lo-Ba:
It's been an awesome few months collecting vinyl. I never thought I'd be 'one of those guys who collects vinyl', but after buying RAC's album at his show, I was hooked. I bought a Thorens 165 that a local shop replaced the parts of, and it just went from there.
I view my collection as a reflection of the albums I value most in my life, as well as a way to point to something and say 'these are the albums I like best' in a world of infinite free music a la Spotify and others. It's also so nice to listen to an album start to finish in order as the artist intended. If I didn't start collecting, I doubt I'd ever have started that experience.
Thanks to everyone here for making this community so great.
Don't worry, that's the typical arrogant jaded "pro" you just experienced. S/he won't help and call you ignorant, meanwhile complaining in the same breath that the film industry is dog eat dog. Better just leave them alone, we're not all like that.
A good place to start is the CD that's mentioned in the description:
> From the CD, 'Lakmé', conducted by Alain Lombard.
There's a discography here and it looks like it's from the Netherlands.
Here's another clue with "All 3 versions." You can see that there's 3 labels and they all point to EMI (click here).
And their address:
EMI Group Ltd. (now the address for Parlophone Records Ltd.)
27 Wrights Lane
London W8 5SW
You can probably keep digging or even find out if there's a number for them if you want to do this 100% right. This is a pretty old label and your vigilant efforts at trying to obtain a valid license for the music may serve to protect you in the event that you literally can't contact anyone - but proceed with caution.
My advice is to see if you can get in touch and find out what this would cost. If you can't get a contact, come back here and explain what you tried. Maybe the subreddit can point you in a better direction.
Cheers and good luck!
Test record. Everyone should have one so they can test their cartridge alignment and their system. There are a few others out there.
I've seen that Brother's and Sisters album in like every dollar bin and Half Price Books I go into. It's a good album but there's no way you should ave ever thought of dropping $25 on it. The highest one has ever sold for on discogs is less than $10. https://www.discogs.com/sell/release/3020121?ev=rb
Depends on where you live. If you have a larger local store it may save you some on shipping. Online is prob cheaper but amazon is not a great place to get vinyl most of the time. Try discogs out, I see your record as low as a dollar for a VG+ gradded one.
Discogs is also cool cause you can create a wantlist and shop only items in it.
Not OP, but here you go. The song in the video is actually called Hulkster in Heaven, and Hulk is credited for bass and vocals.
That goose record is amazing.
The most annoying record I owned was this Tosca record:
It's an amazing album but they spread it out where sides A, B, and D were 33rpm and sides C and E are played at 45rpm. Such a pain in the ass to have to think about that when flipping the biscuit.
> The Smiths - "Please, Please, Please, Let Me Get What I Want"
The song in the film is a cover by the Dream Academy. I don't think it ever had a US release.
TTTYG unopened blue (reissue) goes for around $150-200. Discogs.com is great for selling. https://www.discogs.com/sell/release/3066877?ev=rb.
Directors cut I believe goes for like $50. https://www.discogs.com/Fall-Out-Boy-Take-This-To-Your-Grave-The-Directors-Cut/release/4088553
Now if you have FUTCT unopened vinyl, you're in for like a $500 pay day. It's nuts.
I think you are mashing him with Hiroshi Kanazu and Keiichi Suzuki, as he doesn't show up in the track notes anywhere.
Very cool. There is no sales history for that version on discogs: https://www.discogs.com/Phish-Junta/release/3273178
The reissue cassette from 1992 last sold for $5 on the discogs marketplace, but I would presume yours (the original issue) to be appreciably more valuable.
That is probably the 4-LP 45rpm remaster and probably the very last of that stock. Amazon tends to use an algorithm that will adjust the price according to scarcity and available stock. I would suggest that you try and find a local shop to get it from, since they usually won't completely screw you over on the price. That said, I know no everyone has access to a local shop, so maybe eBay would be a good place to get it from. Also, discogs is pretty awesome as well!
Googling the band name brings back pages listing their discography, and these songs are indeed on Chin Music, which was released in 2004.
Here's their discography page.
not expanding is a major thing too.
i can't remember if it was Chamillionaire or Big K.R.I.T that I heard rap about going out of state doing shows losing money for exposure.
i know K.R.I.T made most his connects in Atlanta, an upwards of 7 years until hitting it with KRIT Wuz Here. even though he reps Meridian, MS, the truth is if all he ever did was make beats and do shows in MS, then he would just be another MS rapper.
Makes me think of that rapper Boo, that has been pushing music in MS since the late 90s, and even got on with Jeezy in USDA back in the late 2000s when I actually thought Boo's career had been long gone, but even to this day he's just another guy in the background.
Also, remember KRIT got boo'd at his first NY show, but he kept at it.
Pretty sure Freddie Gibbs wouldn't be where he is now if it wasn't for meeting his manager in Los Angeles and staying in LA for years.
most big artists that rep their small towns dont even live in their said town.
You want direct influence, Mercyful Fate and Slayer are all over Tormentor's demos.
As for Kat, look at the bands on this tribute album from 20 years ago and you'll have some idea of how important they were for black and death metal in Poland.
Do you like 90s G-Funk? Gospel Gangstas have you covered.
There ya go, mate!
It's a very humble collection and I still got around 30-40 albums that are typical of my region and country that I haven't found on Discogs, but you can see the majority of my full collection. Have fun!
It took under a minute to find a Near Mint copy of the Bob Seger album for $2.49. Asking $20 isn't reasonable.
I'm not trying to be hostile, I'm just letting you know how to sell vinyl. You aren't the first person to pop up here who thinks their collection is a goldmine, but you have to understand the basics of how to sell them.
First you need to grade them, then you need to identify the specific pressing, and then you need to price them appropriately via Discogs pricing history. You haven't done any of those steps.
The simple fact is that music from the 60-80's was primarily sold on vinyl, so there are literally millions of copies of these floating around. I've passed up buying the albums that you're selling when I've found them at the thrift store for $1, simply because I wouldn't be able to sell them for $5. So, yes, there is essentially an unlimited supply of them in great condition.
/r/VinylCollectors isn't a place for asking $20 and bargaining down to $5. You might want to rethink your strategy before someone more blunt than I am comments on your listings.
I’ve lurked on /r/vinyl for a long time and thought i would finally contribute rather than hiding away in the shadows. I’ve been collecting records for around 7 years or so and would say I’ve been buying/trading and selling pretty consistently in the past 3 years.
I think I’ve got about 800 or so logged on Discogs at the moment, with a few boxes strewn around the flat.
The album should explain most things!
Yeah, I think you're right. I have a copy I bought from borders books about 5 years ago and it looks just like OP's.
Edit: it's a repress, here's the discog link. I have the same copy. It says 2001 on the back but that's probably the copyright date and the reason OP is confused: https://www.discogs.com/The-Shins-Oh-Inverted-World/release/400097?utm_source=mobile&utm_medium=app&utm_campaign=iOS%20App
Take my word for it and track down the BeatDelete (RIP!) funded reissue from a few years ago. You get the correct cover art and a gatefold instead of a single sleeve. The pressing sounds really good, too.
Save Your Generation is a cover of a Jawbreaker song, which was featured on this compilation. Most other unreleased songs were demos that never made it on albums.
Carpenter Brut's trilogy in the splatter variant, first pressing, limited to 100, was sold out in like 30 minutes and is imho one of the best and most important electro releases of the last years since CB - along with Perturbator - really kicked off the Dark-/Synthwave movement.
I used to own this Dropdead album years ago (fast grindcore stuff). You play side A from the inside out. Pain in the ass to play on my dad's old automatic pioneer TT, as I would always put the tonearm too far in before I dropped it making the tonearm go back to the resting position. Also, when you hit the end on the side the needle just dropped off the side so you had to pay attention.
The Strokes-is this it. Fantastic album!
They came out around the same time period, fan of the hives at all? they're not like the strokes, but another good one.
Here is my collection: https://www.discogs.com/user/fgrunseich/collection
It was actually an order someone placed for one of my CDs. Sold BT - Ima (the 2 disc version) for $4.99, wheee
Since I'm moving to Japan on like July 29 I need to sell off most of my music collection. If there's anything you'd like I can cut you a nice deal, daddio https://www.discogs.com/seller/Chiafriend12/profile
You can check out my collection of music here. You might want to consider keeping track of your collection on Discogs.
My 45 RPM copy of Fleetwood Mac - Rumours is the one I feel sounds the best.
Other contenders: Parlophone pressing of OK Computer,
Analogue Productions Mono pressing of Pet Sounds, and John Mayer's Continuum.
Yep. And the CD, which I didn't even knew existed, is $120. It might as well be cheaper to buy each record from the original artists, but the packaging looks so cool.
If you want samples that no one has ever touched before (or listened to even), www.forgotify.com is the place! If you go to Discogs' marketplace, you can find all the music that is newly listed and you can find some good samples listed there. And www.bandcamp.com is good if you go to the newly bought part of the website.
glad I'm not the only one seeing these. just over the last few days the started popping up in my "New Releases" box and now it's full of them. all from different countries but the writing on all of them appears to be Korean.
Here's the actual first pressing cover. It came in a textured version as well. It's a drawing by Nick Mason.
Second US pressing cover from 75.
1996 reissue. The object is a realistic interpretation of the original cover.
The difference is that London and Budokan were released by Earmusic for a lower price, the $90 you mention is probably the Japanese release, $30 (even lower) is the European (or international) release. The same applies for Live in London, feel free to look at the releases list at Discogs. The only difference should be the color of the BR case (Japanese release is black, international is blue).
So.. It all comes down to whether Earmusic will release it. They'd be silly not to do it, Jonathan & co. better be bugging Koba about this day and night :)
Not all promo copies are worth anything, especially from the 70's as many were just copies sent to radio stations. Usually $8 is too much for a goodwill copy of a widely available album; promo or not.
However, this looks to actually be an exception. Looks like it goes for around $30 usually
You received this bootleg version: https://www.discogs.com/Gorillaz-Demon-Days/release/8387275
$40 is the going price for a Demon Days bootleg so you weren't necessarily ripped off... You just didn't know what you were buying (though you should have realized it given the price) or the seller was not honest about what they had. You could return it for those reasons... but definitely return it for that crack. It's probably not from the shipping because everything else looks fine which means the seller sold you a defective product. So... (1) contact seller and explain that is a bootleg and cracked and ask for a refund, (2) if seller refuses leave bad feedback and immediately contact Ebay and paypal, if you used paypal, and include your order #, description, and pictures. There is a limited window in which they can act on your information so get to it.
Both of his name is correct and he even used "Me At Loaf" too.
Check the discogs page:
He has tons of name variations, read the disc titles, some of them has his name with a space, the other ones without it.
So I personally think this is not a Mandela Effect, both of his name spelling is accepted.
the only copy with 100% of the original samples is this promo CD. i believe the original modular pressings/CDs have most of the original samples, but then after that more had to be removed again for the XL presses.
If you liked this, you might like the music on this compilation.
I picked it up a couple years ago during Record Store Day on vinyl. According to Discogs, it's also available on CD.
Written Chinese is traditionally read from right to left, though in recent times the Western left to right has been adopted.
This is also traditional Chinese as opposed to the simplified version promoted in PROC.
The characters in the parentheses are the Track Nos.
吳鶯音之歌 is basically Songs by Wu Yingyin (吳鶯音), a singer popular in the 40s.
These are a couple of her famous songs along with some of her contemporaries. (Some people may recognize Yao Lee and "Rose Rose I Love You")
This Discogs entry contains the tracks for the the CD reissue.
The ones are the record are from Side B or the second half of the CD:
花開等你採 Longing For You
醉酒 A Drinking Beauty
小倆口問答 Questions And Answers
南風 South Wind
當初見到你 When We First Met
My brother had this album anonymously dropped in his mailbox when he was the radio DJ at our local community college back in the 90's. It's long been a mystery to us, but we've loved it for years. Seeing as it's almost impossible to find any information about it online (much less an actual copy), I figured I'd upload it for preservation purposes.
According to the album's Discog entry (https://www.discogs.com/Life-Is-Meat-...), there is a seven second track called "Code" which is not present on the copy of the CD I have. Considering each CD was a CD-R that was spray prainted and had a hand-painted jewel case (seen in the still image in this video), I sometimes wonder if there's two versions of the album out there: one with the "Code" track, and one without.
Regardless, enjoy this weird little bit of experimental music history!
According to my tastes, about 98.37% of my collection is quality. Was "gifted" a bunch of my parents old records containing mostly 80s new wave stuff I had no interest in, so i sold everything I didn't want and bought stuff I did. Randomly bought a Chipmunks Christmas album as a joke with my girlfriend, as well as the story of Star Wars. From a quick glance, the rest is everything I listen to with regularity.
There are only three box sets from Muse that have vinyl in them. The older box sets for albums like Origin on Symmetry are just CD box sets.
These are the three with vinyl:
The 2nd Law
Sure there is a more expensive box st of The Resistance but I personally don't think it's worth spending an extra $200 just for an extra DVD in 5.1...
Ultimately, we're not going to know which ones your Boyfriend is missing so you'll just have to ask or check yourself.
Oh, I thought you were talking about the CD. This reissue has all different songs though (well, different versions anyway). I hope that eases the pain!
More info here: https://www.discogs.com/Modest-Mouse-Night-On-The-Sun/release/2076074
It's currently $74.50 on Discogs — $20 is a steal
The Movement was a group that saw Wiley and a lot of the more established MCs as stale. Nightbus came after a lot of sends from both camps, but pretty much was seen as Wiley's victory. Most of the notable diss tracks exchanged are on Logan Sama's War Report CD. If you want just google the track names. Some lyrics (with a couple of mistakes I think) are here. That might help you get the idea.
I do! Some of my favorites, with memories from the specific place, include;
Jack White - Blunderbuss (bought at his store in Nashville, TN)
Quiet Life - The Big Green (bought at their performance in Asheville, NC)
Arcade Fire - Funeral (bought in Ottowa, ON)
Some records by Čiurlionis,a Lithuanian composer, I got during my stay in Lithuania
A whole bunch of Hungarian rock records during my stay in Hungary, including a few by Omega and Locomotiv GT
About ten Russian records I got in St. Petersburg, Russia. I was in a record store for about an hour, and the store owner talked me through a significant part of Russian rock history.
And then I have a whole bunch of records I got while travelling that have no specific link to the places I got them, but they still bring back nice memories.
Went to a barn sale with a bunch of records that I saw advertised on craigslist. Got there and found a few hundred LPs on a big dolly cart, mostly junk. But in the last half dozen or so records I flipped through was Wendell Harrison's <em>Dreams of a Love Supreme</em> and I about shit. Incredible private press soul infused spiritual jazz from Detroit.
Children of the Mushroom - August Mademoiselle/ You Can't Erase a Mirror
My Dad played rhythm guitar on this record. He was 16, and the oldest member of the group was I think 18. They were somewhat popular in the San Fernando/Conejo Valley in Los Angles for a few years, and legend was that the single briefly charted in the Austin, Texas area. My Dad has since lost his own copy, but I have seen a few for sale here and there and they go for bonkers prices. I'm hoping one day someone will be kind enough to not charge me an arm and a leg.
Yes it is very valuable.
Currently can be purchased for $2 on discogs or for $3 if one wanted to splurge for a NM copy
Also it was literally the first result in google, then just follow along to the right one
In no particular order:
Thy Catafalque - Tuno Ido Tarlat (fuck Blood Music for releasing the band's catalog in ultra-limited runs)
Bark Psychosis - Hex (both the original and the reissue are expensive as shit)
Blut Aus Nord - MoRT
Ved Buens Ende - Written in Waters original marbled purple vinyl (I already have the reissue in white, but the original looks sexy as shit, and I'm not a fan of the artwork of the remastered edition)
Avey & Panda - Spirit They're Gone... limited DMM reissue
You can play whatever but most dance music is released as singles and EPs with one track and occasionally two tracks pressed to each side. Even albums will at most have two tracks pressed on a side but come with multiple discs. For example https://www.discogs.com/Digital-Mystikz-Return-II-Space/release/2338038
There's definitely a certain appeal for strange titles that stand out (for example: oh gosh how are you supposed to type this) but especially when people use entire sentences through Google Translate as song titles they often border either on hilarity or vulgarity, and you'll have basically no idea.
I don't want to point anyone out because I don't mean this as an insult (in fact, I rather liked the song) but I could tell one song was trying to say "She Will Be Here" when it actually meant "Here My Girlfriend Will Come"
What to do when you have a free sunny Sunday morning, a new record crate and mild OCD? Put your records in vague colo(u)r order and make a gif of it, of course. My collection's a mix of records nearly everyone will know and slightly more obscure ones, mostly indie and rock from the UK but with a bit of punk, electro and hip-hop, along with quite a few OSTs. My favourites would probably be
The Strokes - Is This It, The Stone Roses - S/T, Manic Street Preachers - The Holy Bible (Picture Disc), Wolf Alice - My Love Is Cool, Radiohead - The Bends, Oasis - Definitely Maybe and David Bowie - Hunky Dory. A couple of more obscure, highly recommended albums are Benjamin Clementine - At Least For Now and The Maccabees - Marks To Prove It. I got into vinyl about a year ago, and recently upgraded from an awful all-in-one to a Rega RP1, and you really can hear the difference. The coolest and rarest releases I have are Another One by Mac deMarco, which I got signed at an instore last year, Blackstar by David Bowie on clear vinyl , which I pre-ordered back in December and the xx- Coexist box set, which isn't in the gif due to its 7" format. As well as these 12"s, I've got about 20 singles, which adds up to about 110 in total, including records stolen from my parents and aunt. The records furthest from my comfort zone would be Max Richter - From Sleep, which I bought on impulse at Rough Trade after seeing it recommended quite a lot in the UK music press, and Introducing The Hardline According to Terence Trent d'Arby, bought in Amsterdam at a flea market on my Mum's recommendation - she was working at CBS when it was released, and did quite a bit of the promotion for it. I put on a longer version, where you can see the LPs in a bit more detail at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K8FaLlo3CTw , and feel free to check out my discogs - https://www.discogs.com/user/alexhaydn/collection
Ben Sims has a few recent releases on Drumcode (recent as in 'released in the last five, six years') and he's definitely a solid producer. I also liked this release by Jel Ford and some of the Drumcode Ltd records. Other than that most of their stuff is pretty generic and forgettable imo.
Which is fine. Nothing wrong with owning a new record.
However, if you were interested in the original, there are hundreds of NM copies for sale on Discogs many under $10: https://www.discogs.com/sell/list?sort=price%2Casc&master_id=15016&ev=mb&condition=Near+Mint+%28NM+or+M-%29&format=Vinyl
I figured it out!
In 2002 Ferry was on tour in Japan. During one of the events, he was listening to a set of Japanese DJ Yoji Biomehanika, who had to play in the same club as Ferry that night. At one point, Yoji played a track, which had a beautiful riff in the middle of it. This track grabbed Ferry’s attention straight away, so he wanted to know what track that was. Ferry was standing next to somebody who worked for the Japanese recordcompany Avex, so Ferry asked him if he knew what that track was. The guy replied that it was a track by Yoji Biomehanika himself. It was the track ‘A Theme From Banginglobe’, which would see its release on Yoji’s UK based label ‘Hell House Recordings’.
During Ferry’s next visit to Japan, Yoji and Ferry had a meeting in Osaka, which is Yoji’s hometown. They both had dinner in a nice restaurant and over there they talked about each others productions. Ferry told Yoji that he really liked the melody and the riff of the ‘A Theme From Banginglobe’ track, but that it was too hard to play for him in his sets. So Ferry suggested to do a ‘System F’ remix of it. On the other hand Yoji told Ferry that he really liked the Gouryella track ‘Ligaya’ a lot, but that it was too soft for him to play in his sets. So during the dinner the idea was born that they both would remix each others track. And we all know the result…
> Very common, but the two picture sleeves and "Beatles on Apple" sleeves alone are probably worth the $30
No, not really: https://www.discogs.com/Beatles-Lady-Madonna/release/3146810
I mean, if you want to say that they are worth $2 each, ok. But this guy is freaking out. He'll probably post them on craigslist for like $500
I know it sounds incredibly cheesy given that you said DJ tools, but this song comes to mind immediately as being a great song to mix and transition from the deep hazy, discoey house I play to a punchier set:
Joy O - Big Room Tech House DJ Tool - TIP, it's not even a new track.
Something newer is the A1 from Vibe 3 from Future Times, Shanti Celeste:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fisyTTNDip8 for that electro tip
And drum workouts like this one below, perfect for giving some body to a track and transitioning to another that could use some groovy salsa underneath.
After some digging, I'm still fairly sure matan was putting out trance first man.
not that it matters because internet arguments are pointless
Pressing plants actually can! This is the one gold record I own. The pictures they have here don't really do it justice, looks more metallic in person. Same a few silver records I own.
Lately, loads of places have been calling translucent yellow 'gold' instead.
I think it's fine here! What kind of turntable are you spinning on? Also, you're going to want to keep track of your collection as it grows through Discogs. Here's my list so you can judge my music taste (+: https://www.discogs.com/user/JayKnicks/collection
different justice. they didnt form until 2003. they had some other projects such as microloisir and (also)starring but never released anything until 2003 as justice. they were graphic designers before that.
The Justice in this mix is a drum and bass producer. Here is his discogs page.
Totally add in a few of these for the 70s:
Gil Scott-Heron "The Revolution Will Not Be Televised" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QnJFhuOWgXg
Fatback - https://www.discogs.com/Fatback-King-Tim-III-Personality-Jock/release/5864918
and more https://www.discogs.com/search/?sort=year%2Casc&q=hip-hop&type=release