At the Drive-In ‘Relationship of Command’. 2xLP /4000 Orange. Expensive in the stores, already much more expensive on eBay now. It’s advertised as a RSD only color, so hopefully there is another pressing coming for the many who missed out.
Botch ‘American Nervoso’. 2xLP /3000. Some copies are on green vinyl. Remixed and Remastered.
Cave In ‘Until Your Heart Stops’. 2xLP /2000. Remastered. Some copies are on orange w/ black haze.
Deftones ‘Live Vol.1’ (Selections from Adrenaline). /3000. Vinyl only release, remastered from original tapes by Bernie Grundman. First in a series of 7 live releases.
Snapcase ‘Steps’ 7”. /900 white.
Here’s hoping you got what you wanted!
- Dan // Vinyl Fury
Drowningman ‘Busy Signal at the Suicide Hotline’, 1998.
Recently remastered and reissued by Hydra Head on three colors: Black/Yellow, Clear, and Black.
One of the most underrated hardcore bands.
Finally, the fantastic debut album from Weezer (‘the blue album’) has received a worthy vinyl release. Half-speed remastered by Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab from the original master tapes, it sounds better than ever.
Wider sound stage, broader dynamic range, more defined and distinct sound of instruments. Quite simply, you hear so much MORE. It’s so uncompressed in comparison to previous masters, I actually had to turn my receiver up a couple notches higher than normal.
A limited, numbered pressing (of 5000 I believe) in a thick gatefold jacket, this is the version to have.
I don’t know exactly what keeps me from saying it sounds ‘perfect’, but it is darn close. Get it.
New Release: Kaki King ‘Glow’.
The 6th full length from this tiny, talented lady (and first to see an official vinyl pressing) marks a return to guitar-centered instrumental music.
Here’s hoping Velour Recordings considers giving some of her back catalog the wax treatment.
If you’ve never heard of King and the wonderful, impressive sounds she can make, do it now.