Where vinyl lives

Records from more than 20 years of listening & collecting
This copy I found today at retail price on a shelf where it seemed to have been sitting unnoticed for years. Totally a keeper as I would never pay the current going rate.

This copy I found today at retail price on a shelf where it seemed to have been sitting unnoticed for years. Totally a keeper as I would never pay the current going rate.

My Chemical Romance ‎– I Brought You My Bullets, You Brought Me Your Love

1st press - clear vinyl || Eyeball Records 2009

Insect Warfare - s/t (aka. ‘Noise Grind Power Death’) || 625 Thrashcore 2009

Get Dead - Bygones 7” || Fat Wreck Chords 2014

Get Dead - Bygones 7” || Fat Wreck Chords 2014

v/a - Where is my Mind? A Tribute to the Pixies || Doghouse Records 1999
Featuring Eve 6, The Get Up Kids, Weezer, Far, Braid, Superdrag, Teen Heroes, Local H, Reel Big Fish, The Siren Six!, Nada Surf, The Promise Ring, Samiam, Weston and Sense Field.

v/a - Where is my Mind? A Tribute to the Pixies || Doghouse Records 1999

Featuring Eve 6, The Get Up Kids, Weezer, Far, Braid, Superdrag, Teen Heroes, Local H, Reel Big Fish, The Siren Six!, Nada Surf, The Promise Ring, Samiam, Weston and Sense Field.

Punch - Push/Pull

625 Thrashcore & Discos Huelga 2010

Opeth - Still Life 2xLP
/1000 black vinyl || Peaceville Records 2002

Opeth - Still Life 2xLP

/1000 black vinyl || Peaceville Records 2002

A short break from vinyl.
Today while doing some cleaning I did a pretty good find in one of the random stacked up boxes that usually aren’t accessible. These cassettes from the early to mid 90’s were highly influential in shaping my musical tastes back then.
There were far more than these, but this pile still sums it up fine. Most are bootleg tapes my dad brought back from working travels. He basically grabbed anything that looked remotely like metal, punk rock or grunge, and it usually paid off.
Many fond memories are attached to these.

A short break from vinyl.

Today while doing some cleaning I did a pretty good find in one of the random stacked up boxes that usually aren’t accessible. These cassettes from the early to mid 90’s were highly influential in shaping my musical tastes back then.

There were far more than these, but this pile still sums it up fine. Most are bootleg tapes my dad brought back from working travels. He basically grabbed anything that looked remotely like metal, punk rock or grunge, and it usually paid off.

Many fond memories are attached to these.

Discharge - Hear Nothing See Nothing Say Nothing

Clay Records 1991 red vinyl reissue.

Basement - Further Sky 7”

/500 clear vinyl || Run For Cover Records 2014

Pennywise - Unknown RoadWhite vinyl reissue || Epitaph Records 2014

Pennywise - Unknown Road

White vinyl reissue || Epitaph Records 2014

Beastie Boys - Hello Nasty 2xLP
/7500 clear orange vinyl || Grand Royal 1998

Beastie Boys - Hello Nasty 2xLP

/7500 clear orange vinyl || Grand Royal 1998

whimsicalmelancholy asked: Do you know the print counts for Never Hungover Again?

Clear - 300 copies
Yellow - 700 copies 
Black - No limitation

The Copyrights - No Knocks 7” || Fat Wreck Chords 2014

The Copyrights - No Knocks 7” || Fat Wreck Chords 2014

Elvis Costello & The Brodsky Quartet - The Juliet Letters || Warner Bros. Records 1993