Tuesday, December 7, 2010
Friday, June 12, 2009
I haven't posted in this blog in a very long time. Incase anyone will ever see this, I will not be posting here again. I still read a few record blogs (http://endlessquestrecords.blogspot.com/ _ http://recordnerdyo.blogspot.com) but cannot post in my own. The reason is that for a while, everytime I tried to post something, this website wouldn't allow me to post pictures. I tried every option I could think of, and nothing would work. I even tried getting on another computer, as if that would make a difference. I'm sure some one can tell me how, but it has been too long, and I don't care enough anymore. Thanks for looking. I run a record label called thisthatrecords.
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Posted by Junk Food at 1:23 AM
Monday, January 5, 2009
These have already been posted. But I recently grabbed this on red vinyl. Decaydance Records. I believe this is /250. I have both of these records that came out on Decaydance and neither of them have inserts. So, I take it they never came with inserts? Anyone know? The No Idea versions all four have inserts, this is why I was confused.
Posted by Junk Food at 6:33 AM
I was given a few nice records as christmas presents. The first one I have listed here is: Buckeye 7". Really good band my neighbors are friends with. They run a community house and have bands do small acoustic shows every now and then. Always a good time. I saw these guys there and wasn't able to pick anything up so this is nice. Check out I Am We at: www.myspace.com/iamwecommunity.This was a present from my folks. Movielife-this time next year /750. I have the standard press of this record as well. Best band. Best record.
These are two records my best friends got me. Hot Water Music- forever and counting and Verse- aggression. Two amazing records. Thanks guys!
Posted by Junk Food at 6:08 AM
Tuesday, December 16, 2008
Death is not glamorous- Soft Clicks. I have been waiting a very long time to receive these records. I did know the pressing info for these when I bought them but now the Dead and Gone website doesn't have it listed anymore. I swear I'm getting worse at keeping up with that info. Each record came with a download card, a poster, and my favorite... the printed sleeve. To me the printed sleeve just shows how much the label cares and how much they put into a record. Not that there is anything wrong with the regular boring white dust sleeves, just... it's not as cool. First record is on a red and clear split. This is the rare one, I wanna say it was/100 something. The second is on Black vinyl and this is the standard press. I do not know the numbers on this color. Both records have the same packaging. I Pre ordered these from dead and gone, I've always been worried to order from over seas like this but with DING I had to take the chance. They're too good.
Dead and Gone records.
Posted by Junk Food at 9:33 AM
Monday, December 15, 2008
Obviously this is Dookie. Pink Vinyl, German press. I do not know the number but I'm sure its rather large. Very excited to have this. This record has Ernie on the back, In the small instance that you didn't know, green day was later sued for having him on the back so the cd version is Ernieless, ha.
Posted by Junk Food at 10:38 PM
Saturday, December 13, 2008
Great score on ebay. Still working on my Movielife collection. This has to be the best record of all time... wow, that might not be true, but still... great album. I just got this on blue vinyl too wich is out of 750. Revelation records (I believe) /900 (or 950).
Posted by Junk Food at 10:06 PM