Future Bible Heroes - Memories of Love, Eternal Youth and Partygoing. (LP) Daphni - Jiaolong(LP) Ween - Shinola, Vol. 1 (LP) Primus - Sailing the Seas of Cheese (LP)
That Seas of Cheese is the newly re-mastered stereo mix. Pressed on 200g vinyl. 1000 unmarked, randomly inserted copies were pressed on cheese-yellow vinyl, and yeah we got one of those. I felt like Charlie Bucket opening that record sleeve and peeking inside for a little flash of gold. Not only that, but it is the best
[/i] sounding LP that I have ever heard. Anyone who is unconvinced of the superior sound quality of vinyl needs to come to my house so I can show them what is up. [/quote]
There were three to choose from and HG let me choose. I am glad I don't have to spend my life wondering if it was in one of the other two.
Post by Horned Gramma on Aug 2, 2013 9:51:30 GMT -8
The Legendary Pink Dots - Nemesis Online (LP) David Lynch - The Big Dream (LP)
The David Lynch record came with a cool 7" of a track Lynch did with Lykke Li; the b-side has a rad-badical etching of one of Lynch's drawing. It's not quite as cool as the super-mega-rub-your-dick-on-it-already edition that Crazy Clown Time got, but it's still pretty sweet.
Post by Horned Gramma on Sept 16, 2013 17:36:10 GMT -8
The belt sander is likely the more expensive -- later pressings of Beatles albums are generally in better condition, and therefore more expensive. You can tell by looking at the cover, though -- the original has the full Pepperland drawing on it, with the four Beatles and the Meanies and the Nowhere Man and all that. The more recent one is just a close-up of the submarine against a dark blue background.
Also my mom bought me Julianna Barwick's Nepenthe on LP last night after Julianna showed us the most direct route from a cathedral to heaven. I would highly (get it because she's an angel) recommend her current tour of churches to everyone, except since the tour is in churches I didn't find out about it until hours before showtime and now she's traveling eastward to Texas and beyond. Looking at you, Switch.
Perfect album for getting into the holiday spirit.
I've been having trouble selecting my Christmas album for this year, but I think I've found the one. Thanks.
This would be the first Christmas album I would ever recommend, the second would be Songs for Christmas. Both are 5 discs, so they make for a great listen when you have the time to chill and enjoy. You can get it in a vinyl box set, but it'll run you about $120.
Edit: You can get this album on Amazon MP3 right now for 9.99, which is pretty good for how much music you get.