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 Post subject: Re: The Vinyl Thread: Still Listen On Wax, Don't Use The CD
PostPosted: Thu February 28, 2019 4:16 pm 
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The UK Record Store Day list (which is usually only slightly different than the US list) is being revealed at 6PM GMT / 1PM EST today.

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Here's the RSD list for 2019 (US edition): https://s3.amazonaws.com/recordstoreday ... PUBLIC.pdf

Pretty light year for me in general, which I'm not too upset about. Newbury Comics usually does a big sale (something like 35% or 40% off) the week before RSD, so I am happy to spend my money on some first-quarter 2019 releases then and then to just spend a little on RSD.

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Here's the RSD list for 2019 (US edition): https://s3.amazonaws.com/recordstoreday ... PUBLIC.pdf

Pretty light year for me in general, which I'm not too upset about. Newbury Comics usually does a big sale (something like 35% or 40% off) the week before RSD, so I am happy to spend my money on some first-quarter 2019 releases then and then to just spend a little on RSD.


6000 PJ "easy street" records being pressed. will that make them fairly easy to find?


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Here's the RSD list for 2019 (US edition): https://s3.amazonaws.com/recordstoreday ... PUBLIC.pdf

Pretty light year for me in general, which I'm not too upset about. Newbury Comics usually does a big sale (something like 35% or 40% off) the week before RSD, so I am happy to spend my money on some first-quarter 2019 releases then and then to just spend a little on RSD.


6000 PJ "easy street" records being pressed. will that make them fairly easy to find?


I still often see most of the big-press releases that I bought last year still in records stores around here. The big exception was that live LP from The National (which I think was 4000).

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Here's the RSD list for 2019 (US edition): https://s3.amazonaws.com/recordstoreday ... PUBLIC.pdf

Pretty light year for me in general, which I'm not too upset about. Newbury Comics usually does a big sale (something like 35% or 40% off) the week before RSD, so I am happy to spend my money on some first-quarter 2019 releases then and then to just spend a little on RSD.


6000 PJ "easy street" records being pressed. will that make them fairly easy to find?


I still often see most of the big-press releases that I bought last year still in records stores around here. The big exception was that live LP from The National (which I think was 4000).


ah cool. i'm hoping 6000 will make them easier to find, but you never know with PJ records, i suppose. i'm also guessing that Easy Street themselves will get a pretty good number of them, which is where i'll probably be


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Here's the RSD list for 2019 (US edition): https://s3.amazonaws.com/recordstoreday ... PUBLIC.pdf

Pretty light year for me in general, which I'm not too upset about. Newbury Comics usually does a big sale (something like 35% or 40% off) the week before RSD, so I am happy to spend my money on some first-quarter 2019 releases then and then to just spend a little on RSD.


6000 PJ "easy street" records being pressed. will that make them fairly easy to find?


I still often see most of the big-press releases that I bought last year still in records stores around here. The big exception was that live LP from The National (which I think was 4000).


ah cool. i'm hoping 6000 will make them easier to find, but you never know with PJ records, i suppose. i'm also guessing that Easy Street themselves will get a pretty good number of them, which is where i'll probably be

hey buddy, ol' pal...

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Here's the RSD list for 2019 (US edition): https://s3.amazonaws.com/recordstoreday ... PUBLIC.pdf

Pretty light year for me in general, which I'm not too upset about. Newbury Comics usually does a big sale (something like 35% or 40% off) the week before RSD, so I am happy to spend my money on some first-quarter 2019 releases then and then to just spend a little on RSD.


6000 PJ "easy street" records being pressed. will that make them fairly easy to find?


I still often see most of the big-press releases that I bought last year still in records stores around here. The big exception was that live LP from The National (which I think was 4000).


ah cool. i'm hoping 6000 will make them easier to find, but you never know with PJ records, i suppose. i'm also guessing that Easy Street themselves will get a pretty good number of them, which is where i'll probably be

hey buddy, ol' pal...


need to call in that favor i owe you?


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bodysnatcher wrote:
E.H. Ruddock wrote:
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Here's the RSD list for 2019 (US edition): https://s3.amazonaws.com/recordstoreday ... PUBLIC.pdf

Pretty light year for me in general, which I'm not too upset about. Newbury Comics usually does a big sale (something like 35% or 40% off) the week before RSD, so I am happy to spend my money on some first-quarter 2019 releases then and then to just spend a little on RSD.


6000 PJ "easy street" records being pressed. will that make them fairly easy to find?


I still often see most of the big-press releases that I bought last year still in records stores around here. The big exception was that live LP from The National (which I think was 4000).


ah cool. i'm hoping 6000 will make them easier to find, but you never know with PJ records, i suppose. i'm also guessing that Easy Street themselves will get a pretty good number of them, which is where i'll probably be

hey buddy, ol' pal...


need to call in that favor i owe you?

lol we'll see. I think I'll be in San Diego on RSD, so I might be able to find a decent store there.

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E.H. Ruddock wrote:
bodysnatcher wrote:
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bodysnatcher wrote:
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bodysnatcher wrote:
Simple Torture wrote:
Here's the RSD list for 2019 (US edition): https://s3.amazonaws.com/recordstoreday ... PUBLIC.pdf

Pretty light year for me in general, which I'm not too upset about. Newbury Comics usually does a big sale (something like 35% or 40% off) the week before RSD, so I am happy to spend my money on some first-quarter 2019 releases then and then to just spend a little on RSD.


6000 PJ "easy street" records being pressed. will that make them fairly easy to find?


I still often see most of the big-press releases that I bought last year still in records stores around here. The big exception was that live LP from The National (which I think was 4000).


ah cool. i'm hoping 6000 will make them easier to find, but you never know with PJ records, i suppose. i'm also guessing that Easy Street themselves will get a pretty good number of them, which is where i'll probably be

hey buddy, ol' pal...


need to call in that favor i owe you?

lol we'll see. I think I'll be in San Diego on RSD, so I might be able to find a decent store there.


well keep me posted. i'm sure we'll be texting that morning. if i'm allowed to snag multiples, i'll go for it


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'Easy Street' is an RSD first release, so it should see a wider release somewhere down the road.


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'Easy Street' is an RSD first release, so it should see a wider release somewhere down the road.


There's 6000 copies. I'll be pretty easy to find even a few months out.

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'Easy Street' is an RSD first release, so it should see a wider release somewhere down the road.


There's 6000 copies. I'll be pretty easy to find even a few months out.

You better be right about this, B.


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'Easy Street' is an RSD first release, so it should see a wider release somewhere down the road.


There's 6000 copies. I'll be pretty easy to find even a few months out.

You better be right about this, B.


i have no reason to trust anything B says

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Should we make new RM t-shirts?


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Should we make new RM t-shirts?

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Should we make new RM t-shirts?

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This is LITERALLY the exact thing that I had in mind. Seriously, who wants 'em? I'd 100% pay for that shirt.


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it's better than any shirt the 10c has made in a decade


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it's better than any shirt the 10c has made in a decade

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