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    Quote Originally Posted by CrimsonianKing View Post
    Well they didn’t know it was on sale. The Lps with the special Black Friday prices were hidden in between the regular ones so you had to look throughly. I managed to find that one plus Depeche Mode’s Violator And Velvet Underground’s Live double LP. I left with like 10, 12 records.
    you're on a roll then with those 7 other records from the other day it's already a nice collection.

    with some buddies, we talked about buying records/cd's in the streaming era. i don't have any vinyls, and practically stopped buying cd's since i'm a tidal subscriber, but my guess is that record collectors will continue buying stuff even with a streaming subscription in their pocket. it's like the '90's all over again when cd's killed the tapes, but nothing killed the records eventually.

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    Quote Originally Posted by s4tch View Post
    you're on a roll then with those 7 other records from the other day it's already a nice collection.

    with some buddies, we talked about buying records/cd's in the streaming era. i don't have any vinyls, and practically stopped buying cd's since i'm a tidal subscriber, but my guess is that record collectors will continue buying stuff even with a streaming subscription in their pocket. it's like the '90's all over again when cd's killed the tapes, but nothing killed the records eventually.
    Oh, those are just a few... I have about 200 right now which is nothing compared to what I'd have if I had kept my old stuff. But it's ok I'm rebuilding my collection.

    Do yourself a favor, get a decent turntable (a fairly cheap Audio Technica will do the job for now) and get some records. You won't regret it! There's a reason it never went away, it dropped in popularity in the 00's but it's making a come back. CDs are pretty much worthless nowadays and it's not gonna stand the test of the time. Records on the other hand were and will always be the best alternative to digital format (in today's case streaming).

    I had 2 Tidal trials, one for each month and I liked it a lot. The price? Not so much but the idea of streaming lossless music interests me, especially when I'm not at home.
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    Quote Originally Posted by s4tch View Post
    does dai likes rock? i didn't know that.

    anyway, this is one of my most listened records:

    Coheed! Great band
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    @CrimsonianKing do you know these guys? i just saw the recommendation in a fb group, their recent record is supposed to sound great. i'll definitely listen to that, they sound like a genuine psych rock band. also, 2 drummers, that's nuts

    The gizz are good as well

    Have you heard of COG or Karnivool? Two great Aussie prog bands
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    Quote Originally Posted by CrimsonianKing View Post
    Oh, those are just a few... I have about 200 right now which is nothing compared to what I'd have if I had kept my old stuff. But it's ok I'm rebuilding my collection.

    Do yourself a favor, get a decent turntable (a fairly cheap Audio Technica will do the job for now) and get some records. You won't regret it! There's a reason it never went away, it dropped in popularity in the 00's but it's making a come back. CDs are pretty much worthless nowadays and it's not gonna stand the test of the time. Records on the other hand were and will always be the best alternative to digital format (in today's case streaming).

    I had 2 Tidal trials, one for each month and I liked it a lot. The price? Not so much but the idea of streaming lossless music interests me, especially when I'm not at home.
    analog sound has its appeal, that's for sure. but with my son around, i'd better not buy any expensive stuff for at least an other couple of years i get you, records are awesome and also keep their value pretty well. i remember when in the mid-'80s my parents bought an other record, it was like a celebration.

    tidal fees are different for each country. premium only costs 10€ (3000huf) in hungary, and it's worth every penny.

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    Have you heard of COG or Karnivool? Two great Aussie prog bands
    karnivool is a band i regularly listen to their next record is long overdue. gonna check out cog, i've heard of them but never listen to them actually. thanks for the suggestion!

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    Josh Homme kicked a female photographer in the face. What a $#@!ing douchebag.

    I was gonna see Queens of the Stone Age next year, $#@! that. Not giving that $#@! any of my money.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CrimsonianKing View Post
    Josh Homme kicked a female photographer in the face. What a $#@!ing douchebag.

    I was gonna see Queens of the Stone Age next year, $#@! that. Not giving that $#@! any of my money.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CrimsonianKing View Post
    Josh Homme kicked a female photographer in the face. What a $#@!ing douchebag.

    I was gonna see Queens of the Stone Age next year, $#@! that. Not giving that $#@! any of my money.
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    Oh wow. What a $#@!.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CrimsonianKing View Post
    Josh Homme kicked a female photographer in the face. What a $#@!ing douchebag.

    I was gonna see Queens of the Stone Age next year, $#@! that. Not giving that $#@! any of my money.
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    Wow, so rock and roll (yawn). Always thought he was a bit of a $#@! but it's a thin line with being a regular rock front man.

    At least he's not Ian Watkins.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JuveJay View Post
    At least he's not Ian Watkins.
    i didn't expect this

    btw liberation transmission was an easy 10/10 record, too bad i can't listen to it anymore.

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    It seems he also deliberately cut his own forehead and called fans “retards”.

    Hmm definitely drugs.
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    Sound of classic Rock & Roll.

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    not exactly the type of music i generally listen to, but these guys know a thing or two about hit songs:







    catchy stuff.

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    any tool/apc fans here?


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    Quote Originally Posted by s4tch View Post
    @CrimsonianKing do you know these guys? i just saw the recommendation in a fb group, their recent record is supposed to sound great. i'll definitely listen to that, they sound like a genuine psych rock band. also, 2 drummers, that's nuts

    I can't stop listening to Polygondwanaland lately. I love that album. Can't say the same for Flying Microtonal Banana and Gumboot Soup, which I just can't get into. But I'll probably end up checking out the rest of their albums.
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    Cranberries singer is dead.

    damn she was young...
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    Quote Originally Posted by CrimsonianKing View Post
    Cranberries singer is dead.

    damn she was young...
    Just read about it too.
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    Gave a listen to Stone Sour's last years album, gotta say it was better than their previous stuff. Some strange Metallica impressions going on at times, but apart from that I loved it. Always been fascinated by Corey Taylor.

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