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Long time no post – but the dark nights are drawing in so time catch with a successful last few months of vinyl purchases.
For the first update, I am going to show off some of the recent Music On Vinyl reissues that I have picked up over the last 6 months….
First up, and the latest addition to the collection is the Faith No More’s “The Real Thing”. Reissued on a quote spectacular green marble vinyl – it really is a nice reissue (and just to show off, I have placed it next to the original 1989 release):
Then, next up are the two Stone Temple Pilots reissues of “Core” and “Purple”. The prior has been released on clear vinyl with an etched fourth side – etched with the STP logo:
As for “Purple”, well, you have probably guessed – pressed on heavyweight purple vinyl (which is a real pain to photo with an iPhone!!):
And then, lastly (as I missed out on the Temple of the Dog reissue on Pink/Purple Vinyl) is the Mother Love Bone reissue on Black vinyl. I know, a bit boring, but it is an excellent remastering:
Now to wait for the Faith No More “King For A Day…” (Red Marble Vinyl) and Temple Of The Dog “Temple Of The Dog” (Black Vinyl Editions) to be released. 😀
Time for another RSD13 update.
Starting off with a couple of 12″s, first up being part 1 of the Deftones Live Selections From series – Adrenaline:
Next up, the Team Ghost – Terre Brûlée EP on cherry red vinyl:
Next, Built to Spill’s 2×12″ Live reissue:
Next up, Chapel Club’s super colourful 12″ picture disc sampler for the forthcoming new LP (picture is the same both sides):
Then, finally for the 12″s, is the Pulp X Soulwax single
Lastly, for this update at least, a selection of 7″s from Frank Turner (brown vinyl), Dog Is Dead, Glasvegas (white vinyl) [picture one] and The Twilight Sad, Moby/Mark Lanegan, Foals and Everything Everything (signed) [picture two]
Next up is a handful of records all off of the Last Night on Earth record label. The first great thing about this record label (other than the tunes themselves) is the artwork on the 12″ sleeves – which in my opinion make this record label instantly collectable.
Looking at the vinyl, the nicest one of the three is the Hot Chip – Flutes (Sasha Remix) – on single sides white heavyweight vinyl.