Discussion in 'Music Forums' started by daza152, Jan 12, 2010.
Just found this thread, so some of my last purchase.
Supertramp, UK press.
I was down to one, so got another,
Budgie, UK press.
Another Scorpions (left)
AC/DC, didn't have the US version.
2010 sony legacy pressing
70's japaneese apple pressing
Lorde ~ Melodrama
Out for a while now on CD. I think the LP just came out this week. Now I have both the CD and the LP.
This, too: Flying Lotus ~ You're Dead
I picked up Tina Turner-Private Dancer, The Fixx-Calm Animals, Starland Vocal Band-S/T, Donnie Iris-Back on the streets. All for a buck each at thrift store and look to be in great condition.
I picked up some more today, Greg Kihn Band-Kihnspiracy(sealed), Kihntinued, Glen Frey-No fun aloud, Neil Young & The Shocking Pinks – Everybody's Rockin', B.O.C- Some Enchanted Evening, Joe Walsh- You Bought It - You Name It all of course from the thrift store and in great condition.
The $5.98 EP - Metallica
1A/1B, CB x 2.
Best Of Rockers 'N' Ballads - Scorpions
Promo label, translucent vinyl.
Neil Diamond ... Tap Root Manuscript. Speaker designer Andrew Jones once said that this was one of the albums that
got him interested in Audiophile recordings in his younger years.
Never could find a clean copy in my numerous record hunting trips over the years ... finally bought a nice copy off eBay.
Really enjoyed it yesterday. Wonderful sounding 1970 legacy vinyl.
A couple I picked up while on vacation in Prague during the first 10 days of April. About 99 CZK or 5 USD from Gramodesky near Laetna Park.
In great shape too. Near mint.
s/t - Flash
I can post pictures later, but I received the Baby Driver Vol. 2 Soundtrack on Thursday (it came a day early thanks to Amazon two day shipping often being one day shipping for me due to location). It is good and includes a lot of the mixes of songs used in the movie (so how they incorporated the movie sounds into the songs, most often gunshots during the gun fights, but sirens too).
Then yesterday, my dad has been looking for two albums and he suggested I go to the record store on his behalf and look. He also offered to reimburse me for an album I could get for myself, so I figured why not. I walked away with:
"Folk Songs" by the Kronos Quartet, featuring Sam Amidon, Natalie Merchant, Rhiannon Giddens, and Olivia Chaney. I recognized three of the four singers and thought it might be fun. It is a pleasant album.
"Bad as Me" by Tom Waits - I just wanted this album on vinyl as I like most of what Tom Waits does.
"Soundtrack to Night On Earth" by Tom Waits - I plan on finally watching this movie this week and so I am holding off on listening until I do so. Jim Jarmusch film about five taxi drivers in five cities around the world.
"Who Killed Amanda Palmer" by Amanda Palmer. It was pricey, but I was surprised to find it in the local shop so I picked it up. I enjoy the album and having it on vinyl is something I have wanted for awhile now.
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