Rock on Chicago. Greetings Dear Listener, I wonder if the increase in Black Friday violence was equal to the decrease in sales this year. The store I normally go to for those type of records didn't get anything they ordered. Which is odd because they normally get at least one of everything. To commemorate the one year anniversary of relaunching their label, Anti-Flag has posted the entire A-F Records catalogue as "name your price" on Band Camp for a limited time.
I'm not sure when it ends but get over there and get to downloading. Eel was the band chosen for the month of November in Mind Cure's singles series. They are a very noisy bunch of people. VUM's Psychotropic Jukebox has arrived on vinyl. Holy crap, is all I have to say about that record on LP. There is a new Minutes album coming out in January. Vinyl for Roland is available for pre-order on Band Camp.
The pre-order comes with an immediate download and there are a few other EP's available for free download. I got the download this morning and was unable to listen to anything else today. Against Me! I'd go to the show if it wasn't going to be filled with screaming, drunken assholes.
I am starting to feel better about passing on the upcoming Pixies show in January. Their new bass player has already been sent packing. Something is amiss since none of the dates have been canceled so far. There is such a thing as a band overstaying its welcome. Track listing in different order. Comments: Great "Who Are You" demos. I got the impression that these were taken off of an older, pre-Dolby cassette tape, as 2 of the songs "fade out" probably where the tape was flipped.
In spite of that and some tape hiss, the sound quality is very good. Comments: Pirate 8-Track. Comments: 2 LPs, Live and 2 studio recordings. Comments: The mono "Who Sell Out" has not been re-issued and it contains several mix variations from its stereo counterpart.
Unfortunately, the mastering changes throughout the LP, and the parties that dubbed this and did a pretty good job did not re-EQ it accordingly. The "bonus" tracks seem to be dubbed from the various rarity LPs and the two Pete Townshend demos, directly from Pete's old website! The last track, "Pictures of Lily" is something that I've never heard before - it sounds like a rehearsal.
Pretty cool version and mostly instrumental. Comments: Songs mostly sourced from various CDs. It has a smoother sound and more bass than the MCA. Comments: Copies of The Who singles from various sources. Everything on it has been released elsewhere and with better sound quality.
Comments: All tracks commonly available on officially released CDs. Comments: This was a collection way ahead of its time. All the rare singles and "b" sides on a 2 LP set!
Back before the Rarities LPs and then CDs , if you weren't into tracking down all the rare singles, this was the way to find them all in one place. Great cover too! The picture disc doesn't sound as good as the regular vinyl version. Comments: A mixture of common releases, alternate versions found on other bootlegs , some mono "Who Sell Out" tracks and an odd radio broadcast B Quality.
Comments: A nice collection of rare studio outtakes, demos and BBC. The "It's Not True" demo sounds particularly good. Most of the material has been released officially, but the few unreleased tracks still make this release worthwhile. The Bizarre Mr. Comments: Dull, mono studio tracks, all of which have been released, except for this version of "I Don't Even Know Myself", which is a different take.
Basically the same LP as "Radio London". The Pete Townshend "Who Are You" session demos seem to be directly copied from that disc, but a bit of noise reduction was used to reduce the hiss and also some of the "fullness" of the sound.
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The Genesis of Slade
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