Went digging through some used vinyl at Ear Candy in Missoula today. Found some crazy Pink Floyd bootleg vinyl that just got put on the shelf.
Pink Floyd - Atom Heart Mother - Goes On The Road (LP, Second Disc Only) Pink Floyd - In Celebration Of The Comet -The Coming Of Kohoutek (LP) The Beatles - Yellow Submarine (LP) Black Sabbath - Paranoid (LP) Jerry Garcia - Garcia (LP) Yo La Tengo - I Am Not Afraid of You and I Will Beat Your Ass (2x LP)
Nine Inch Nails - Pretty Hate Machine: 2010 Remaster (2x LP)
They have that!? I want that.
I got this one on Amazon. It was always on back order when I was looking for music, so I kept putting it off, and they had one left this time, so I jumped on it. Looks like they have it in stock right now actually.
Post by Horned Gramma on Apr 6, 2014 12:17:09 GMT -8
How does the remaster sound? The only problem I ever had with Pretty Hate Machine was that it kind of fell victim to early-90s production techniques and ended up sounding kind of thin (especially 'Head Like a Hole'). If they managed to make it sound as burly as Downward Spiral did just a couple of years later, that $30 price tag is well worth it.
Shit, I actually haven't had a chance to hear the LP yet. Had it shipped to my girls address 100 miles away, and didn't go grab it yet. That is still my default for shipping since I got an apartment closer to work. Safer bet for me right now.
Last Edit: Apr 6, 2014 12:28:09 GMT -8 by Cysquatch
Post by StormyPinkness on Apr 9, 2014 15:49:18 GMT -8
Haul for a sunny Spring day (all vinyl):
Avey Tare's Slasher Flicks - Enter the Slasher House
Harry Nilsson - Nilsson Schmilsson --Including a really cool poster of Harry Nilsson.
Banda Taurina Dirigida por el Maestro Ricardo Vidal - Tarde de Toros --Music to capture the feeling of bullfighting with crowd noises, oles, and applause recorded during an actual bullfight.
Research Recordings - The Search for Bridey Murphy (Experiment No. 1) --A recording of a woman under age regression hypnosis who recalls a past life. This is a real thing.
Dr. Annelis Hoyman - Rhythmic Rope Jumping --17 selections of instrumental piano music specifically designed to fit each Rhythmic Rope Jumping activity.
Sister Miriam Therese with the Medical Mission Sisters - Joy is like the Rain --"The songs belong first of all to Sister Miriam Therese. They were never really written. They were never planned. With her guitar, alone in the fields, on the hill, she simply sang her songs. They were hers until she gave them away, sharing them first with the eleven Medical Mission Sisters who sing them and now, with the world outside Philadelphia."
David Rose and His Orchestra Play The Stripper and Other Fun Songs for the Family --"This is the place! This is where the action is! This is where that wonderful hit, The Stripper, can be found - along with eleven other chuneful favorites."
Les Crane - Desiderata --This is apparently a spoken word recording of a poem called Desiderata by a former TV and radio personality named Les Crane. I would highly recommend reading the Wikipedia about him as it is really interesting. It came with a really amazing poster as well.
I don't normally delve into my weird miscellaneous record findings on here but I had the time and these are particularly interesting. I am developing a pretty good collection of strange vinyl oddities.
I really shouldn't have. They staggered the record shop opening times this morning and the first spot we hit sold out before I even got in the door so I bought all of the other records on my list. We then went down to another shop that opened at 10 AM, and the lineup was much shorter. Once I saw it, I had to by it.
Last Edit: Apr 19, 2014 14:44:01 GMT -8 by emptyfox
Pinback - S/T (Clear Vinyl) Slipknot - Vol. 3: The Subliminal Versus (2x Clear Vinyl) Disclosure - Apollo (12" Single) Oneohtrix Point Never - Commisions I Dream Theater - Illumination Theory (Picture Disc) Atmosphere - The Lake Nokomis Maxi Single (Picture Disc) Permanent Vacation - Classic 01
Not an RSD release, but saw it on the shelf, and had to grab it.
I should be saving cash for Sasquatch, but fuck it. Over the last couple of weeks:
Helms Alee - Sleepwalking Sailors (Vinyl + T-Shirt Combo) Hayden - The Closer I Get (First time vinyl limited to 500 copies) Me First and the Gimme Gimmes - Are We Not Me? We Are Diva! (Vinyl Pre-order) Bob Mould - Beauty and Ruin (Vinyl Pre-order) U2 - October (Vinyl) U2 - Rattle and Hum (Vinyl) Midnight Oil - Blue Sky Mining (Blue Vinyl) Iron Maiden - Number of the Beast (Vinyl) Ted Leo and the Pharmacists - Living with the Living (Vinyl) Ozzy Osbourne - Blizzard of Oz (Vinyl) Afghan Whigs - Do to the Beast (CD) Gord Downie & The Sadies - And the Conquering Sun (CD) Pink Mountaintops - Get Back (i-Tunes - Will pick up the vinyl at Sasquatch)
I wouldn't be surprised if you are picturing me peeling a carrot with a staple gun.