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[09 Jan 2007|01:49pm]

modastrid
Retrosorter
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[27 Nov 2006|10:03pm]

sin_mecanica
hey im new here but
i just wanted to ask a question

does anyone here know a website or somewhere
where i can get needles for my record player?

thanks for the help.
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Amazing 45 sunburst orange vinyl!!! For sale on ebay [09 Jul 2006|07:04pm]

modastrid

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Vinyl / music magazines on offer [27 Jan 2006|09:17pm]

musicollect
SpinAuctions Music Collectibles:

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[13 Jun 2005|06:08pm]
lookinforsevens
vinyl for sale make offers paypal only
id like to sell more than one record
at a time but hit me up with offers anyways

DONT BE SO FLAKEY!

sevens
Tunes For Bears To Dance To Red Cover #332 of 500
Texas Is The Reason - S/T
Texas Is the Reason/Promise Ring - Split
Texas Is the Reason/Samuel - Split
Quixote - S/T
Quixote/Trans Migetti
Fax Arcana - Unorthadox
El Secondhand - Blood And Aphorisms
Black Morinos - S/T
Dwarf Bitch - S/T
Get Up Kids/Rocket From The Crypt - Split - Orange
Modest Mouse - Life Of Arctic Sounds
Modest Mouse - Float On
Sweep The Leg Johnny/Haymaker Riot - Split - Red


twelves
Breather Resist - Charmer - White
Breather Resist/Suicide Note - Split - Clear Green
Fugazi - S/T
Hugs - S/T - Clear - One Sided
Quixote - Protests Of The Weak
Rise Against - The Unraveling
Tragedy - S/T
The Red Aunts - Bad Motherfuckin 40 oz
The Red Aunts - Saltbox
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IT TAKES TWO, BABY-pre white stripes 2 piece bands [02 Jun 2005|10:38pm]

siciliacamera
IT TAKES TWO, BABY
Ah- A week till the release of the new white stripes albulm.Thinking it might be the perfect time to drop a couple of my ideas about 2-piece bands. I am going to talk about 5 or 10 bands that were 2-piece BEFORE the white stripes.
1-MECCA NORMAL-formed in early 80s two piece with just guitar and vocal,awsome promise you never heard nothin like this.
2-Buddy Guy and JR Wells-generally dont consider a blues duo a 2-piece in the same way as the white stripes but these two toured and actually played together as this two piece.
3-FLAT DUO JETS-Dexter Romweber and drummer. Coming from a rock and roll/rockabilly/country place. Continued on as Dexter Romweber Band for a few years,
4-HEAVENS TO BETSY-Corin Tucker. Better known as Sleater-Kinney singers earlier band. Brutal girl two-piece, really excellent stuff.Demo has gotten out there lately-also video taken by the Experience Music Project gallery in seatle has gotten out online with video of them,bikini kill and the like.
5-Godhead Silo-the male version counterpart of heavenstobetsy lounder, noisier,more testoserone. Just bass and drums, but dont dare think hip-hop or dancey.
6-HARRY PATT BAND-guitar and drums rocking southern influenced duo. Good luck finding this. Halfway inbetween the stripes and flat duo jets.
POSTWHITESTRIPES- havent heard anything interesting. Drop me a line if you have any recommentdations. Lot of A&R guys signing the next nirvana syndrome.
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[12 Apr 2005|07:36pm]

in_frequency
Decided two weeks ago, after numerous cardiac events, to take my live in doctor's advice and cut caffeine out of my diet. So it's just decafe and meth for me. I'm really stating to notice the difference. P:ano put out a record for Electricity, which just might be a local record label and just might not be. I'm sure their, P:ano's, lyrics are witty and relevant and incisive and meaningful and stuff, but I never pay attention to them. Instead I get all tensed up in thinking about how much fun it seems like they are having. Two songs, the 'a' side way more, way more upbeat than I'm used to and the 'b', starting out like 'Hot Smoke & Sassafras' by The Bubble Puppy, except the feedback doesn’t turn into the howl of a guitar. It's still good though, but no, sigh, Bubble Puppy. The funny thing about robots is just how unfunny they find the Three Stooges. The other day i was watching “Micro-phonies", a black & white short from 1945. In which Curly, while fooling around in a recording studio gets mistaken for a beautiful soprano singer. Hilarity ensues, when, maybe you remember it, Moe says "why I oughta!", pulls Larry’s hair and pokes Curly in the eyes. My poor lap-bot had to be reset three times. However it gets hyper excited when I play this Tamion 12 Inch and Adult split from Ersatz Audio. So much so, I had to shut it off and have Bentley, the butler, put it in the closet. I’m really hard pressed to differentiate between these two bands.

One sounds like the other and the other sounds like the other one. Each presents itself with a catchy drum loop stolen directly from The Flying Lizards. The singers could swap off and I don't think you'd notice a decline in the quality we've come to expect. Do yourself a favor and rent Liquid Sky, the whole electroclash thing starts to come into focus. Don't be fooled! Some records don't sound better when played at the wrong speed. Case in point Wanted Dead who's White Lies release for Charged Records disproves that point. Sometimes when listening to punk 45's I wish that I could switch the speed to 78. Get in and out as quick as possible and no one gets hurt, or is the wiser. That's been my axiom for decades. This, however, is tight enough without being all d&d, fucking champs, Malmsteen anal. Sloppy enough to sound fun and fast enough to get 2 decent songs on each side. And please, I besmirch you! Don't confuse the title track White Lies with the song White Lines, it only humiliates me and you! The thing about fire is, it educates as well as entertains. You put someone's hand in it and they teach you not to o it again. But entertains you when applied to drapes.

One of the singers for Straitjacket needs to clear his throat. The Loudest Voice put out by Dead Rock Records. Let's just say a prayer for Vishnu, the 'a' side is over before it really started to grate on my last nerve. The 'b',Coffin Dodger and So Cold are pretty catchy and I wish were longer. Toe tapping, beer fueled punk rock, which makes me yearn that my replacement foot would come in the mail. The thing about art is that if you add an 'f' to the front of it you get fart and that's how people react when they catch a whiff of it, wondering who cut on, pointing at the guy wearing the barret. High concept Reynols have released Deportation Symphony to unsuspecting consumers via Riot Season. Sometime in 2003 Reynols got refused entry into the UK. Probably because Jesus is in the band (go look at a picture of them and tell me that's not Jesus!). So in the six hours of their detention, they decided then and their they were going to record the sounds of themselves playing amplified photocopies of the papers given to them by the UK immigration services.

About as exciting as listening to a six year old slam a car door for an hour. This just in, the three piece, that is Reynols have broken up. Looks to me like Jesus was called home. Through trial and error I've come to the conclusion that maple syrup and fine grain mustard while both perfectly acceptable condiments on their own, are not the tasty treat you'd expect, when mixed. Intense Detroit city garage rockers, The Dirtbombs share a split single with disco dance maker Justin Robertson AKA Lionrock. Which produces much head scratching. Both songs are good, but where they meet in the middle is as much a mystery to me as why people under 25 don't watch Murder She Wrote. The Dirtbombs contribute She Played Me Like A Booger. Which, in a weird, reminds me of "The Shaw Sleeps In Lee Harvey's Grave" by the duh! Butthole Surfers. Compare the two and let me know what you think. On the other side Mr. Justin (don't call me Justy) Robertson with, Twisted And Torn lays down this mid-80's Joe Jackson sounding pop song, that lifts the piano stabs from the song Steppin' Out. I still like it though. Conflicted iconography makes the tiny hairs on the back of my neck stand up.

Me wearing a Nike t-shirt. King Diamond singing songs about kittens. Catchy pop songs about rejection. The Features, with Buffalo Head on Fictitious Records, do just that. Happy sounding, organ driven music, that makes me wish I could experience just the type of joyus rejection they so happily sing about, instead of the usual three week suicide watch that neighbors go on after I've been dumped. Some women just can't understand the complexities and intricacies of taking care of a man who was born with his bowels outside of his body. And speaking of hip shaking, it's time I had Bentley wheel me over to the window so I can watch the afternoon birds and make excited cat noises. Hugs!


http://members.shaw.ca/electricitygroup/
http://www.ersatzaudio.com/
http://www.chargedrecords.com/
http://www.straitjacket.net/
http://www.buggedout.net
http://www.fictitiousrecords.com/
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Help!! [08 Apr 2005|12:22am]

shamrockchic214
Hi! I have a question, and I'm hoping some of you can help.

I'm looking for places that sell 45s. I'm mostly interested in more modern music (say 1995 to now). I just got a jukebox and am desperately trying to fill it up. I live in Kent, Ohio so it needs to be somewhere within an hour drive, or online. If you could give me some suggestions, I'd greatly appreciate it!

Thanks!!

Megan
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d4d lookin for writers [24 Jan 2005|04:05pm]

habakuk6
Digginfordirt.com - dirty music for dirty people is open for a few more writers!
Mail (dirtymusic@gmail.com) for details.
Thanks for your attention.
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join un-janky [01 Dec 2004|01:05am]

habakuk6
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Tower Records will be the ruin of me. [18 Oct 2004|07:47pm]

garagedream






The Ordinary Boys' single is awesome.
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The Deaprture [25 Aug 2004|05:16pm]

garagedream


Get your mitts on it if you haven't already. Like Interpol + a good rature. LOVE.
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[22 Jul 2004|04:36pm]

pain_subsided
I have this big huge stereo cabinet thingy and the only reason why i keep it is for the record player. anyways, i want to get a smaller one but i have no idea what brand or anything. i don't have a lot of money (or any for that matter) so i was wondering if anyone knows where i can get a decent one. Thanks!
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B is for Bugger [20 Jul 2004|04:07pm]
theknightbus
Helllo! I was wondering if anyone knows where i can find 7" Records of The Hives? I only have one and it's in Swedish lol. I saw on a poster that you get a FREE Vinyl when you get their new Album. I think they lied...because there wasn't one in the whole place and no one else I know has been able to get hold of one either :| I live in England btw, so American sites and ebay.com are no good for moi :/

slightly x posted
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Morrissey - "First of the gang to Die" [16 Jul 2004|08:41pm]

garagedream


"Teenage Dad on His Estate" is the best Moz b-sde since... well... the last Moz b-side. But still so good oh my God.

< / mozwhore >
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The Hives - "Walk Idiot Walk" [16 Jul 2004|08:34pm]

garagedream


Yesterday I bought the new Hives CD-Single, "Walk Idiot Walk". In my humble opinion, the best single to be released so far this year.
Then Universal calls me this morning and asks me if want to interview them. So I'm all, yeah, and they're all, let me messenger you a press package. And it had the new album in it (which is fucking fantastic) and a 7" vinyl of "W.I.W."

I am such a happy boy.
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EMBLD [11 Jul 2004|06:09pm]

garagedream


I want this.
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oh yes oh yes oh yes [11 Jul 2004|02:41pm]

attikafinch
Fiery Furnaces - Single again

Best single I've got this year, easily. What's with the shitty artwork though?



The crystal clear artwork was well buff, innit liek.

In other news, I'm still obsessed with my Hyper Kinako - don't delete my frog 7 inch...



tiiiiiiiny photo. but it's put out by purr records, who do wonderful things with bands like gravy train!!!!, hyper kinako, bearsuit, help, she can't swim, kid carpet, kaito ETC ETC ETC.

THUMPS UP GOOD WORK ETC ETC.

http://www.purr.org.uk/
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Look what I got. [10 Jul 2004|11:23pm]

garagedream


"Your Cover's Blown" might just be this summer's best song. B&S + disco = pure bliss on the dance floor. Stuart's looking a bit rough in the video though, I must say.

Also got hold of the new Ordinary Boys single, "Talk Talk Talk". Quite Green Day-ish.

I am now $16 poorer, but ever so happy.
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